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Calendar Types

Regular Calendar (Senate)
List of general bills to be heard on the Floor for the day
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List of general bills to be heard on the Floor for the day
Dispute Calendar (Senate)
List of bills in which the chambers don’t agree
Concurrence Calendar (Senate)
List of bills in which the chambers agree
Concurrence/Dispute Calendar (House)
Combined lists of bills in which the chambers either agree or don’t agree
Conference Calendar (House/Senate)
When House/Senate can’t come to an agreement a conference committee is created to resolve the issue. This calendar contains the bills considered by the Conference Committee.
Gubernatorial Calendar (Senate)
List of gubernatorial appointments
Suspension Calendar (House)
List of bills which will have little or no debate and if there are amendments, they are small and technical.
Consent Calendar (Senate)
List of bills which will have little or no debate and if there are amendments, they are small and technical.
Order of Consideration (House/Senate)
List of bills shown in the order that they are considered on the House/Senate floor

Flag Abbreviations and Other Symbols

Flag Abbreviations and Other Symbols
Abbreviation Description
a Amended
$ Appropriations bill
f State fiscal note
d Department sponsor
e Governor sponsor
b Joint Legislative Audit & Review Committee (JLARC) sponsor
o Other sponsor
# Local fiscal note
c Companion bill
A (next to bill #) Floor amendment
C (next to bill #) Committee amendment

Calendar and Chamber Activity categories in the FAR

Calendar and Chamber Activity categories in the FAR
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Date that a bill was added to the Floor Activity Report
Special notations about a bill (see legend)
Applicable reading of the bill:
1st reading: Bill Introduction
2nd reading: Floor discussion
3rd reading: Floor vote on final passage
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Description of the bill
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In the Senate, this refers to which page in the printed calendar the bill report appears.
Floor Action
How the chamber voted on the bill—click the link to view the roll call
Action Date
Date roll call was taken on the bill
Committee Info
Abbreviated actions taken by a committee e.g., CB DPS11 means that a substitute of the bill (DPS) was passed by eleven members of the Capital Budget (CB) committee
Go to Help with Abbreviations to view descriptions of other legislative acronyms, such as committees, sponsors, and bill versions.
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The 2018 Regular Session of the 65th Legislature | February 22, 2018 | 46th day
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CO* Note Vote Amd Bill No. Flag Rdg Description Chair/Sponsor Page Floor Action Action Date
1VoteSB 60892ndState gen. obligation bondsRolfes/Frockt3
2VoteASB 5155f 2ndK-2 suspension and expulsionWellman/Billig5
3VoteSB 51812ndLong-term care/monitoringCleveland/Bailey8
4VoteAESB 5731f 2ndHigh school equiv. testsRanker/Chase948-0-0-12/14
5VoteSSB 56343rdRetail theft/aggregationPedersen/Padden10
6VoteSB 59402ndHanford/occupational diseaseKeiser/Keiser12
7VoteAHCR 44132ndSexual harassment task forceTarleton,Fitzgibbon0
8VoteSB 61912ndPresidential elector oathHunt/Kuderer15
9VoteSB 5492f c2ndResponsible bidder criteriaKeiser/Conway17
10VoteSSB 5443f 3rdFiscal notesRolfes/Brown19
11VoteSB 5140f # 2ndEqual pay and opportunitiesKeiser/Cleveland21
12VoteSB 6181c2ndHunting & fishing/veteransVan De Wege/Bailey25
13VoteSB 6406f 2ndI-200 repealHunt/Chase27
14VoteASB 5744f 2ndMail order Rx drug coverageCleveland/Kuderer30
15VoteSB 6234f c2ndCarrier network companiesCarlyle/Palumbo31
16VoteASB 6296f c2ndDeduction of union duesKeiser/Saldaña34
17VoteSB 6354f # 2ndFerry capital improve. fundsHobbs/Ericksen3546-2-0-12/14
18VoteSB 5667f 2ndOff-duty employee conductKeiser/Kuderer37
19VoteSB 5182f # 2ndAffordable housing optionsDarneille/Fain39
20VoteSSB 5725# 3rdPublic facilities mitigationTakko/Hasegawa44
21VoteSB 6293f # 2ndDeferred prosec./nonpaymentHobbs/Wilson46
22VoteASB 6387c2ndChild interview recordingsDarneille/Cleveland48
23VoteSB 5249f # 2ndDamages for wage theftKeiser/Keiser51
24VoteSB 5586f 2ndRx drug cost transparencyCleveland/Ranker52
25VoteA2SHB 1506f 2ndWorkplaces/gender pay equityKeiser/LAWS(Senn)58
26VoteSB 5614f # 3rdDiversion agreementsDarneille/Darneille61
27VoteASB 5955f # 2ndMVET collectionHobbs/Kuderer63
28VoteSB 6025f # 2ndTherapeutic courtsPedersen/Dhingra68
29VoteAE2SSB 6162f c2ndDyslexiaWellman/Zeiger7048-0-0-12/14
30VoteSB 6184f c2ndCivil service/part-time emplKeiser/Wellman75
31VoteAESSB 6241f c2ndSchool employees' benefitsRolfes/Hobbs7741-7-0-12/14
32VoteSB 6297f # 2ndIncomp. for trial/firearmsPedersen/Dhingra80
33VoteAE2SSB 6386f c2ndAg. fair funding/sales taxesVan De Wege/Warnick8348-0-0-12/14
34VoteASB 6573f 2ndManaged care/psyc. treatmentDarneille/O'Ban85
35VoteSB 5387f c2ndHydrolysis of human remainsKeiser/Pedersen89
36VoteAESB 5935f # Broadband & telecomm serviceCarlyle/Sheldon9145-3-0-12/14
37VoteSB 59672nd529 college savings programsRanker/Wilson99
38VoteSB 65262ndNoncompetition agreementsKeiser/Conway100
39VoteSSB 6340f c2ndPERS/TRS 1 benefit increaseRolfes/Conway10248-0-0-12/14
40VoteSB 6460f c2ndSchool libraries and ITWellman/Fain104
41VoteSSB 54533rdSchool construction grantsRolfes/Honeyford106
42VoteASB 6424f c2ndElectric & nat gas companiesCarlyle/Carlyle107
43VoteSB 5399f # 3rdBackground checksDarneille/O'Ban111
44VoteASB 6006Governor's emergency powersHunt/Zeiger113
45VoteSB 6111f c2ndVulnerable adults/"willful"Darneille/Wilson116
46VoteSB 63602ndSpecial ed. transition planDarneille/O'Ban117
47VoteSB 6041f c2ndCivil legal aidPedersen/Pedersen122
48VoteAESSB 5038f 3rdIncentivized evidence discl.Pedersen/Padden125
49VoteSB 50942ndBreed-based dog regulationsTakko/Palumbo127
50VoteASB 59192ndInternet consumer privacyCarlyle/Ranker129
51VoteAE2SSB 6029f 2ndStudent loan bill of rightsRanker/Liias132
52VoteSB 6396f c2ndPerfluorinated chemicalsVan De Wege/Wellman138
53VoteSB 6527f # 2ndTax and licensing lawsRolfes/Schoesler142
54VoteSSB 6531f c2ndSchool constructionRolfes/Pedersen144
55VoteASB 5743f c2ndWISHA penaltiesKeiser/Conway147
56VoteSSB 6132f c2nd2nd grd reading assessmentsWellman/Wellman14947-0-0-22/14
57VoteSB 6284c2ndFire districts/annex & mergeTakko/Takko151
58VoteAE2SSB 6362f # c2ndBasic educationWellman/Wellman15325-22-0-22/14
59VoteSB 6366f # 2ndCoroners/subpoena authorityPedersen/Padden163
60Vote2SSB 6410f # 2ndSchool safetyWellman/Padden16548-0-0-12/14
61VoteSB 6443f c2ndJoint self-insurance prgs.Mullet/Fortunato168
62VoteSB 6511f 2ndCommunity custody violationsDarneille/Darneille169
63VoteAESSB 6548f # 2ndFire service administrationHunt/Palumbo17148-0-0-12/14
64VoteAE2SSB 6268f 2ndOrca protectionVan De Wege/Ranker17427-21-0-12/14
65VoteSB 6107f 2ndElectric motorcycle feesHobbs/Rolfes177
66VoteASB 6150f # c2ndOpioid use disorderCleveland/Cleveland178
67VoteSSB 63132ndSexual harassment complaintsKeiser/Keiser182
68VoteSB 61212ndHigher ed. sitingTakko/Honeyford184
69VoteSB 6112f c2ndAdult family home evacuationCleveland/Bailey186
70VoteSB 6237f c2ndPersonal needs allowanceRolfes/Keiser188
71VoteSSB 6283f # c2ndFire service mobilizationHunt/Takko190
72VoteASB 6346f 2ndSnack bar license/wine saleKeiser/Takko192
73VoteSSB 6124f # 2ndCommitment hearings by videoDarneille/Dhingra194
74VoteASB 5689f # c2ndImmigrants in the workplaceKeiser/Wellman196
75VoteSB 6468f # 2ndBehavioral health facilitiesRolfes/Braun203
76VoteASB 6052f 2ndDeath penalty eliminationPedersen/Walsh20526-22-0-12/14
77VoteSB 5575f 2ndContracted highway workersRolfes/Palumbo209
78VoteSB 57692ndCoroner inquest proceduresPedersen/Padden210
79VoteAESB 5917f 2ndInternat. exam credit policyRanker/Mullet212
80VoteSB 6204c2ndMosquito control districtsTakko/Cleveland214
81VoteASB 6253f # 2ndRenewable energy standardCarlyle/Ranker216
82VoteSB 6314f # c2ndSenior & disabled prop taxesTakko/Dhingra221
83VoteASB 64142ndPublic trans benefit areasHobbs/Billig223
84VoteSB 6457f c2ndReal estate appraiser actnsKeiser/Conway225
85VoteSB 6484f # 2ndNuisance abatementMullet/Mullet227
* CO = Calendar Order. This is the order in which bills were put onto the calendar from the Rules Committee
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