Topical Index

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               (See also BUSINESSES; HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS; LICENSING, DEPARTMENT)
Architects, engineered plans by, building permit application submitted with, deeming complete: SB 5243
Architects, landscape, engineered plans by, building permit application submitted with, deeming complete: SB 5243
Architectural and engineering services, public contracts for, to include small firms, when: SB 5458
Engineering and architectural services, public contracts for, to include small firms, when: SB 5458
Engineers, professional, practice of surveying by, provisions concerning: SB 5224
Engineers, professional, state-funded road projects, firm payments on subcontracts to separate firm, B&O tax deduction: HB 1522
Interpreters, for courts, for deaf/hard of hearing persons and/or persons with limited English proficiency: SB 5255
Landscape architects, engineered plans by, building permit application submitted with, deeming complete: SB 5243
Legal service contractors and plans, exclusion from insurers/insurance and inapplicability to certain arrangements: HB 1545
Licenses, applicants for, when new Washington residents, expediting, procedures for: HB 1401
Licenses, created for professions, DOL to review to recommend termination/continuation/modification of: HB 1403
Licenses, creating to regulate a profession, restricting via public interest protection and least restrictive alternative: HB 1402
Licensing authorities, determination of a criminal conviction's relevance to credential sought: * HB 1399, CH 194 (2021)
Licensing, vaccination as condition for, law/rule/order requiring, prohibitions and exemption: HB 1065
Licensure, competency-based assessment for, as alternative to educational/fee/training requirements: HB 1400
Licensure, person with criminal conviction seeking, determination of conviction's relevance, procedures: * HB 1399, CH 194 (2021)
Surveyors, land, state surveyor, appointment of: SB 5224
Surveyors, land, various provisions concerning: SB 5224
Vaccination, law/rule/order requiring receipt as licensure condition, prohibitions and exemption: HB 1065