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HB 2661 - 2005-06

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Expanding the jurisdiction of the human rights commission.

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History of the Bill

as of Tuesday, October 21, 2014 1:49 AM

 Sponsors:Representatives Murray, Hankins, Pettigrew, Jarrett, McDermott, Grant, Lovick, Haigh, Moeller, Shabro, Santos, Kessler, Upthegrove, Tom, Hunter, Hasegawa, Walsh, Fromhold, Springer, Appleton, McCoy, Chase, Hudgins, Kenney, Lantz, Hunt, Darneille, Quall, Takko, Sommers, Williams, Sells, Green, Schual-Berke, Simpson, Clibborn, Conway, Linville, Cody, Kagi, B. Sullivan, McIntire, Dickerson, Miloscia, Roberts, Ormsby
 
 2006 REGULAR SESSION
  Jan 11 First reading, referred to State Government Operations & Accountability. (View Original Bill)
  Jan 18 Executive action taken in the House Committee on State Government Operations & Accountability at 1:30 PM. (Committee Materials)
   SGOA - Executive action taken by committee.
   SGOA - Majority; 1st substitute bill be substituted, do pass. (View 1st Substitute) (Majority Report)
  Jan 19 Placed on second reading.
  Jan 20 1st substitute bill substituted (SGOA 06). (View 1st Substitute)
   Floor amendment(s) adopted.
   Rules suspended. Placed on Third Reading.
   Third reading, passed; yeas, 60; nays, 37; absent, 0; excused, 1. (View Roll Calls) (View 1st Engrossed)
 IN THE SENATE
  Jan 23 First reading, referred to Financial Institutions, Housing & Consumer Protection.
  Jan 24 Public hearing, executive action taken in the Senate Committee on Financial Institutions, and Housing & Consumer Protection at 3:30 PM.
  Jan 25 FHC - Majority; do pass with amendment(s). (Majority Report)
   Minority; do not pass. (Minority Report)
   Passed to Rules Committee for second reading.
   Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
   Committee amendment adopted with no other amendments.
  Jan 26 Held on third reading.
  Jan 27 Third reading, passed; yeas, 25; nays, 23; absent, 0; excused, 1. (View Roll Calls)
 IN THE HOUSE
   House concurred in Senate amendments.
   Passed final passage; yeas, 61; nays, 37; absent, 0; excused, 0. (View Roll Calls)
   Speaker signed.
 IN THE SENATE
   President signed.
 OTHER THAN LEGISLATIVE ACTION
   Delivered to Governor. (View Bill as Passed Legislature)
  Jan 31 Governor signed.
  Feb 3 Chapter 4, 2006 Laws. (View Session Law)
   Effective date 6/7/2006.

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Available Documents
Bill DocumentsBill DigestsBill Reports
Original Bill
Substitute Bill (SGOA 06)
Engrossed Substitute
Bill as Passed Legislature
Session Law
 
Bill Digest
Substitute Bill Digest
 
House Bill Analysis
House Bill Report
Substitute House Bill Report
Substitute Senate Bill Report
Final Bill Report
 
Amendments  
Amendment NameNumSponsorTypeDescriptionAction
2661-S AMH AHER LEAT 009649AhernFloorPg 4 Ln 23FAILED 01/20/2006
2661-S AMH HAIG ADAM 059653HaighFloorPg 1 Ln 1ADOPTED 01/20/2006
2661-S AMH JARR LEAT 008650JarrettFloorPg 4 Ln 23FAILED 01/20/2006
2661-S AMH SCHI LEAT 014648SchindlerFloorPg 4 Ln 21FAILED 01/20/2006
2661-S AMH SERB LEAT 007652SerbenFloorPg 19 Ln 22FAILED 01/20/2006
2661-S AMH TALC LEAT 013651TalcottFloorPg 19 Ln 22ADOPTED AS AMENDED 01/20/2006
2661-S.E AMS BENT S4707.125BentonFloorPg 7 Ln 16NOT ADOPTED 01/25/2006
2661-S.E AMS BENT S4708.124BentonFloorPg 1 Ln 12NOT ADOPTED 01/25/2006
2661-S.E AMS SWEC S4623.123SweckerFloorPg 19 Ln 22NOT ADOPTED 01/25/2006
2661-S.E AMS FHC S4650.1FHCCmteStrikerADOPTED 01/27/2006
2661-S.E AMS STEV GORR 03520StevensFloorPg 6 Ln 6WITHDRAWN 01/27/2006
2661-S.E AMS STEV GORR 03621StevensFloorPg 6 Ln 20NOT ADOPTED 01/27/2006
2661-S.E AMS SWEC DAVI 01722SweckerFloorPg 19 Ln 13NOT ADOPTED 01/27/2006

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Available Videos (Video links take you to the TVW website)
Live video is available at the stated time. Archived video becomes available approximately two hours after the close of the hearing or floor session.
Jan 18, 2006 House State Government Operations & Accountability at 1:30 PM
Jan 24, 2006 Senate Financial Institutions, Housing & Consumer Protection at 3:30 PM