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Calendar Types

Regular Calendar (Senate)
List of general bills to be heard on the Floor for the day
Floor Calendar (House)
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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Previous Calendars
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This is the order in which bills were put onto the calendar from the Rules Committee
Added to List
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
Chair=Chair of the committee to which the bill is introduced; Sponsor=Prime sponsor of bill
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
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CO* Note Vote Amd Bill No. Flag Rdg Description Chair/Sponsor Page Floor Action Action Date
1VoteASB 59192ndInternet consumer privacyCarlyle/Ranker2
2VoteSB 6511f 2ndCommunity custody violationsDarneille/Darneille5
3VoteAE2SSB 62683rdOrca protectionVan De Wege/Ranker727-21-0-14/19
4VoteSB 6468f # 2ndBehavioral health facilitiesRolfes/Braun10
5VoteSB 6174f c2ndBudget stabilization accountRolfes/Rolfes13
6VoteAHB 1437f 2ndBoard of regents/facultyRanker/Pollet,Stambaugh14
7VoteHB 1640c2ndAdvance directivesPedersen/Graves,Jinkins16
8VoteHB 1835f 2ndCampaign finance/inflationHunt/Dolan,Jinkins18
9VoteCHB 2007f 2ndWomen's suffrage centennialHunt/Kagi,Appleton20
10VoteCHB 2894f c2ndCert of need/ambulatory facsCleveland/Schmick,Cody23
11VoteHB 12212ndMarriages/lim. juris. courtsPedersen/Rodne,Goodman25
12VoteC2SHB 12802ndReferred and diverted youthDarneille/APP(Kagi)27
13VoteC2SHB 1541f 2ndRx drug cost transparencyCleveland/APP(Robinson)31
14VoteA CHB 1715f # 2ndHealth care employeesKeiser/Riccelli,Gregerson36
15VoteA CEHB 1828f c2ndState facilities useHunt/Irwin,Hudgins41
16VoteSHB 2001f 2ndIn-state broadcasters, taxesRolfes/FIN (Nealey)43
17VoteHB 2374f # 2ndUnclaimed property/museumsPedersen/Hayes,Goodman45
18VoteESHB 24722ndMarijuana purchase termsKeiser/COG(Vick)46
19VoteCESHB 23622ndBusiness entities/crimePedersen/PS(Pellicciotti)48
20VoteASHB 28182ndReligious coordinator appt.Hunt/SEIT(Frame)50
21VoteCESHB 1155f # 2ndSex offenses/statute of lim.Pedersen/PS(Griffey)51
22VoteAEHB 2509f # 2ndMandatory reporting of abuseDarneille/Hayes,Smith54
23VoteAEHB 2259f c2ndState auditorHunt/Dolan,Doglio57
24VoteASHB 24582ndAbbreviated death cert.Cleveland/HCW(Hayes)59
25VoteASB 6189f c2ndDriving w/ suspended licensePedersen/Fain60
26VoteEHB 2906f # 2ndSurviving spouse/property txRolfes/McDonald,Johnson66
27VoteCE3SHB 1144f 2ndGreenhouse gas emissionsCarlyle/APP(Fitzgibbon)68
28VoteESHB 1233f 2ndDistributed energyCarlyle/TED(Morris)71
29VoteHB 1606# 2ndTBD fees & charges/hearingsTakko/Pike,Tarleton73
30VoteCE4SHB 18272ndEducator workforce supplyWellman/APP(Santos)75
31VoteA2SHB 19872ndAffordable housing/religiousDarneille/CDHT(McBride)82
32VoteSHB 22912ndMassage therapists/photoCleveland/HCW(Kraft)83
33VoteA CESHB 2489f # 2ndOpioid use disorderCleveland/HCW(Cody)85
34VoteHB 25672ndElection materials/namesHunt/Shea,Hudgins90
35VoteHB 2641f 2ndExpert volunteers in CTEWellman/McCaslin,Hargrove92
36VoteHB 26942ndCounty treasurer contractingTakko/Volz,Griffey93
37VoteHB 2821f 2ndL&I/inspection duty delegat.Keiser/McCabe,Manweller94
38VoteA CESHB 2839f 2ndElectric & nat gas companiesCarlyle/TED(Morris)96
39VoteHB 29612ndElection year email updatesHunt/Kraft,Hudgins99
40VoteASB 62812ndPositive achievement timeDarneille/Darneille101
41VoteA C3SHB 1357f 2ndTribal-state relationsHunt/CDHT(Sawyer)103
42VoteCHB 2266f 2ndDriver training curriculumWellman/Hayes,Kilduff105
43VoteA CE2SHB 1851f 2ndGovernment contractingHunt/SEIT(Dolan)107
44VoteESHB 1196f # 2ndSmall claims court judgmentsPedersen/JUDI(Goodman)111
45VoteCEHB 2332f c2ndGambling addictionKeiser/Sawyer,Condotta114
46VoteESHB 24202ndOn-site sewage systemsCarlyle/ENVI(Hargrove)116
47VoteHB 2642f 2ndDCYF/written determinationWellman/McCaslin,Pettigrew118
48VoteCHB 2343f c2ndVulnerable adults/"willful"Darneille/Valdez,Harris119
49VoteSHB 1063f 2ndTribes, fuel tax agreementsHobbs/CDHT(Morris)121
50VoteSHB 1559f 2ndUniformed personnel arbitratKeiser/APP(Goodman)123
51VoteA CSHB 1782f 2ndDental laboratoriesCleveland/HCW(Stonier)125
52VoteESHB 1884f 2ndMobile home park tenantsMullet/CDHT(Ryu)128
53VoteSHB 22882ndHistory day programWellman/ED (Kagi)130
54VoteEHB 2309f c2ndService contract providersMullet/Kirby,Vick132
55VoteCSHB 2320f # 2ndNatural disaster mitigationMullet/CDHT(Reeves)133
56VoteCHB 2344f c2ndAdult family home evacuationCleveland/Tharinger,Harris136
57VoteSHB 2415f # 2ndFirst informer broadcastersHunt/PS(Chapman)137
58VoteHB 2445f 2ndHEALWA/veterinariansCleveland/Macri,Graves139
59VoteHB 2457f # 2ndDomestic violence timelinesPedersen/Goodman,Klippert140
60VoteCESHB 25412ndPatients/informed consentPedersen/JUDI(Kilduff)142
61VoteA C2SHB 25722ndSub. use disorder coverageDarneille/APP(Cody)145
62VoteHB 2628# c2ndMetro. park district comm'rsTakko/Fey,Stambaugh149
63VoteCSHB 2647f 2ndSpecial district campaignsHunt/SEIT(Wylie)150
64VoteSHB 27782ndSexual harassment claim infoHunt/SEIT(Jinkins)152
65VoteSHB 28092ndCapital budget/public artRolfes/CB (Tharinger)153
66VoteSHB 28332ndLife sciences discovery fundCleveland/APP(Morris)155
67VoteSHB 2975f 2ndSnow bikesHobbs/TR (McCabe)157
68VoteHJM 40142ndBiocharVan De Wege/Shea,Fitzgibbon159
69VoteCSHB 1151f 2ndMarijuana business/residencyKeiser/COG(Wylie)160
70VoteCE2SHB 2718f # 2ndCivil forfeiture proceedingsPedersen/APP(Shea)163
71VoteASB 6620f # c2ndSchool securityRolfes/Frockt167
72VoteASHB 1154f # 2ndFishing & seafood processingVan De Wege/FIN (Tarleton)174
73VoteA CESHB 23272ndAppliance efficiencyCarlyle/TED(Morris)177
74VoteASB 6080f # 2ndTransp. electrificationCarlyle/Palumbo179
75VoteSB 6536f 2ndVehicle assist./sales taxRolfes/Fain182
76VoteA CESHB 24372ndAffordable housing/sales taxRolfes/FIN (Robinson)184
77VoteA CEHB 2444f 2ndLow-income housing/REETRolfes/Slatter,Robinson18648-1-0-03/8
78VoteAESHB 1792f 2ndResidntl services & supportsRolfes/APP(Kagi)188
1VoteSI 940f Law enforcementPedersen1
(Sup 1)
2Vote2SHB 2269Adaptive automotive equip txRolfes/FIN (Kilduff)6
(Sup 1)
3VoteAESHB 3003Law enforcementPedersen/PS(Goodman)8
(Sup 1)
* CO = Calendar Order. This is the order in which bills were put onto the calendar from the Rules Committee
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