Activities incompatible with public duties.
Financial interests in transactions.
Assisting in transactions.
Confidential information—Improperly concealed records.
Testimony of state officers and state employees.
Employment after public service.
Limited assistance by former state officers and employees.
Conditions on appearance before state agencies or doing business with the state—Hearing—Judicial review.
Compensation for official duties or nonperformance.
Compensation for outside activities.
Limitations on gifts.
Use of persons, money, or property for private gain.
Giving, paying, loaning, etc., any thing of economic value to state employee.
Use of public resources for political campaigns.
Restrictions on mailings by legislators.
Legislative ethics board.
Authority of legislative ethics board.
Transfer of jurisdiction.
Executive ethics board.
Authority of executive ethics board.
Executive branch agencies—Ethics advisors—Ethics training.
Authority of commission on judicial conduct.
Political activities of board members.
Hearing and subpoena authority.
Enforcement of subpoena authority.
Filing complaint—Whistleblower protection—Penalty for reprisal or retaliation.
Dismissal of complaint.
Review of order.
Complaint against legislator or statewide elected official.
Referral for enforcement.
Action by boards.
Action by attorney general.
Optional hearings by administrative law judge.
Rescission of state action.
Additional investigative authority.
Compensation of ethics boards.
Communications from an employee organization or charitable organization—Distribution by state employee.
Private business activity policy—Department of fish and wildlife—Parks and recreation commission.
Information about scholarship opportunities.
Exemptions—Solicitation for state capitol historic furnishings and preservation and restoration of state legislative building.
Exemption—Solicitation to promote tourism.
Exemption—Solicitation for Washington state legacy project, state library, and archives account.
Exemption—Solicitation for Washington state flag account.
Exemption—Informational or educational meetings regarding legislative issues.
Exemption—Solicitation for legislative oral history account.
Exemption—Health profession board or commission—Professional opinions.
Solicitation for charitable activities of executive branch state employees—Limitations—Definitions.
Solicitation for the legislative international trade account—Report.
Solicitation for hosting national legislative association conference.
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Exemption—Solicitation to host conference of a national association.
Serving on board, committee, or commission not prevented.
Effective date—1994 c 154.
Construction—Chapter applicable to state registered domestic partnerships—2009 c 521.