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HB 2545 - 2015-16

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Reducing public health threats that particularly impact highly exposed populations, including children and firefighters, by establishing a process for the department of health to restrict the use of toxic flame retardant chemicals in certain types of consumer products.

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History of the Bill

as of Monday, February 8, 2016 1:28 PM

 Sponsors:Representatives Van De Wege, Taylor, DeBolt, Cody, Rodne, Kochmar, Stambaugh, Riccelli, Johnson, Jinkins, Kagi, Harris, Smith, Stokesbary, Caldier, Zeiger, Tharinger, Hickel, Fitzgibbon, Muri, Reykdal, Frame, Rossetti, S. Hunt, Hudgins, McBride, Ormsby, Appleton, Walkinshaw, Senn, Ryu, Gregerson, Sells, Harmsworth, Tarleton, Pollet, Bergquist, Stanford, Scott
 Companion Bill:SB 6440
  Jan 14 First reading, referred to Health Care & Wellness (Not Officially read and referred until adoption of Introduction report). (View Original Bill)
  Jan 27 Public hearing in the House Committee on Health Care & Wellness at 1:30 PM. (Committee Materials)
  Feb 2 Executive action scheduled, but the motion to report the bill out of the House Committee on Health Care & Wellness at 8:00 AM failed. (Committee Materials)
  Feb 3 Executive action taken in the House Committee on Health Care & Wellness at 1:30 PM. (Committee Materials)
   HCW - Majority; 1st substitute bill be substituted, do pass. (View 1st Substitute) (Majority Report)
   Minority; do not pass. (Minority Report)
   Minority; without recommendation. (Minority Report)
  Feb 5 Referred to Appropriations.
  Feb 8 Scheduled for public hearing in the House Committee on Appropriations at 1:30 PM. (Subject to change) (Committee Materials)

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House Bill Analysis 2016
House Bill Report

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