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Bills that have passed the Legislature are shown in bold text with an * preceding them.

ABORTION  ABORTION RSS Feed
               
Health coverage, voluntary termination of pregnancy, requirements and right of objection: EHB 1044, HB 2148, SB 5009, SB 5576, SB 5798, SB 6359
Hospital ability to provide abortion services, certificate of need review determination: SB 5586
Parental notification, requirements: HB 1257, SB 5156, SSB 5156
ACCOUNTABILITY AND PERFORMANCE, OFFICE  (See GOVERNOR)
ACCOUNTANCY, BOARD  ACCOUNTANCY, BOARD RSS Feed
               
Business license center, participation by board: HB 1403, * ESHB 1403, CH 111 (2013), SB 5680, SSB 5680, E2SSB 5680
ACCOUNTS  (See PUBLIC FUNDS AND ACCOUNTS)
ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS  ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS, OFFICE; ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; CIVIL PROCEDURE; CONSTITUTION, STATE; ESTATES, TRUSTS, AND PROBATE; POWER OF ATTORNEY; VICTIMS OF CRIMES)
Abandoned or derelict vessels, decisions or actions concerning: HB 1245, * ESHB 1245, CH 291 (2013), SB 5663, ESSB 5663
Actions against county, movement of venue when defendant resides in county bringing the action: HB 2602, SB 6384
Arbitration proceedings, against debtors by debt buyers: HB 1069, HB 1822
Arbitration proceedings, applicability of statutes of limitation: * HB 1065, CH 92 (2013)
Arbitration proceedings, requiring in certain disputes concerning telecommunications: HB 2175
Arbitration, commercial, international commercial arbitration act: HB 2169
Child passenger restraints in vehicles, failure to comply with requirements, admissibility in civil action: HB 1696, SB 5574
Collaborative law, uniform collaborative law act: HB 1116, * SHB 1116, CH 119 (2013)
Computer spyware, actions concerning unlawful use of: HB 2055, SB 5985
Consumer protection, actions brought by attorney general: HB 2055, SB 5985
Debt buyers, actions against debtors, licensing requirement: * SHB 1822, CH 148 (2013)
Debt buyers, actions and arbitration proceedings against debtors and debt buyers: HB 1069, HB 1822
Defamation, uniform correction or clarification of defamation act: HB 1406, * ESB 5236, CH 294 (2013)
Foreign laws, prohibiting enforcement to avoid violating constitutional rights: HB 1392, SB 6118
Habeas corpus, fees for service of writ for return of child, waiving by sheriff: HB 1119
Health care injuries, actions based on provider negligence, removing intention to commence notice requirement: * HB 1533, CH 82 (2013)
Health care peer review committees, information and records created for: * ESB 5666, CH 301 (2013)
Health care provider peer review bodies, provider lawsuits for actions taken by, limitations on remedies: HB 1436, SB 5550
Health care quality assurance committees, information and records created for: * ESB 5666, CH 301 (2013)
Health care quality improvement programs and committees, information and records created for: * ESB 5666, CH 301 (2013)
No-contact stalking orders, provisions: * ESHB 1383, CH 84 (2013), SSB 5452
Primitive roads, actions for damages arising from vehicular traffic on, removing certain factors from consideration in: * SB 6219, CH 205 (2014)
Product liability actions, provisions applicable to firearms and ammunition manufacturers, adding further limits to: HB 2020
Protection orders, Jennifer Paulson stalking protection order act: * ESHB 1383, CH 84 (2013)
Protection orders, sexual assault, provisions: HB 1307, * SHB 1307, CH 74 (2013), SB 5175
Protection orders, stalking protection order act: HB 1383, SB 5452
Protection orders, stalking protection orders, provisions: * ESHB 1383, CH 84 (2013), SSB 5452
Real property, actions for damage to property, deadline for commencing: HB 2120, SHB 2120, SB 5031, SSB 5031
Safety belts, failure to comply with requirements, admissibility in civil action: HB 1696, SB 5574
Sport shooting ranges, nuisance actions against owner or operator, limiting: HB 1184, SB 6198
State officers, legal actions or proceedings on behalf of, not requiring attorney general to institute or prosecute when related to fiscal appropriation level or sufficiency: HB 2024
Subpoenas, investigative, state auditor application to superior court: HB 1451, * SB 5446, CH 50 (2013)
Superior court judges, actions or proceedings on behalf of, attorney general not required to institute or prosecute: ESB 5860
Superior court judges, actions or proceedings on behalf of, provisions concerning attorneys' fees and costs and arbitration requirements: ESB 5860
Uniform collaborative law act: HB 1116, * SHB 1116, CH 119 (2013)
Youth shelter or program, right of action due to noncompliance with reporting requirements: HB 1250, * SB 5147, CH 4 (2013)
ACTUARY, OFFICE OF STATE  ACTUARY, OFFICE OF STATE RSS Feed
               
PSERS, changes in covered employers and members of, state actuary role in studying: EHB 1923
ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS, OFFICE  ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS, OFFICE RSS Feed
               
Adjudicative proceedings, service, to include electronic hearing notice and order distribution: * EHB 1400, CH 110 (2013)
Child support, residential schedule adjustment for support obligation determinations, office to develop worksheet for calculating: HB 1694
Health agency disciplining authorities, mandatory use of administrative law judges from office: HB 1381
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS  ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS RSS Feed
               
Firearms, surrender in connection with certain protection or related orders, office role: * ESHB 1840, CH 111 (2014)
Guardians, professional and lay, publication of information concerning guardians by administrator: HB 1816, SB 5694
Juvenile court files, official, bulk distribution through judicial information system records of the administrative office: SB 6403
Juvenile firearms crimes, evidence- and research-based interventions, office to collect and analyze data regarding: SHB 1096
Superior court judges, actions or proceedings on behalf of, provisions concerning attorneys' fees and costs, role of administrator: ESB 5860
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE  ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE RSS Feed
               
Adjudicative proceedings, service, to include electronic hearing notice and order distribution: * EHB 1400, CH 110 (2013)
Adjudicatory proceedings, by health agency disciplining authorities or secretary of health, delegation of authority to presiding officer: * ESHB 1381, CH 109 (2013)
Adjudicatory proceedings, by health agency disciplining authorities, using office of administrative hearings: HB 1381
Constitutional authority, federal or state, requiring citation in legislation and rules: HB 1163
Federal funding programs requiring changes in state law or rules, reporting concerning: SB 6512
Federal funding programs requiring changes in state law, reporting concerning: ESSB 6512
Regulatory assistance, bill of rights for businesses and others subject to state agency action: HB 2623
Rule making, concerning health care insurance, requiring notice by insurance commissioner: * ESB 6458 (2014) V
Rule making, emergency, use by public disclosure commission in certain cases: HB 1377, SHB 1377, SB 5257
Rule making, health care disciplining authorities to use process when changing or interpreting scope of practice: HB 2338, HB 2742
Rule making, health care disciplining authorities to use process when interpreting scope of practice: SHB 2742
Rule making, legislature to provide specific grants of legislative authority through legislation: HB 1163
Rule making, moratorium, exceptions: HB 1163, HB 1478, SB 5819
Rule making, prohibiting required participation in a health care system: HB 1168
Rule making, regulating of greenhouse gas emissions, prohibiting without legislative authorization: HB 1169
Rule making, regulatory fairness act of 2013: HB 1162
Rule making, regulatory freedom and accountability act: HB 1163
Rule making, requiring citation of constitutional authority in rules: HB 1163
Rule making, requiring legislative approval of certain rules: HJR 4204
Rule making, significant legislative rules, requirement that governor sign: SB 5641
Rule making, specified economic impact notification by agency and enactment into law by legislature: HB 1162, HB 1163
Rules, review of, certain agencies to conduct for streamlining purposes: HB 1591, SHB 1591, SB 5679, * SSB 5679, CH 30 (2013)
Rules, review of, increasing responsibilities of joint administrative rules review committee: HB 2293
Scientific literature, peer-reviewed, use by department of ecology: * HB 1113, CH 69 (2013), HB 2262, * SHB 2262, CH 22 (2014)
Scientific literature, peer-reviewed, use by department of fish and wildlife: * HB 1112, CH 68 (2013), HB 2261, * SHB 2261, CH 21 (2014)
ADMINISTRATIVE RULES REVIEW COMMITTEE, JOINT  (See LEGISLATURE)
ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE COURTS  (See ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS)
ADOPTION  ADOPTION RSS Feed
               
Birth certificates, provisions concerning adopted persons and birth parents: HB 1525, * SHB 1525, CH 321 (2013), SB 5118, ESSB 5118
Data card, modifying provisions: SB 6245
Improvements to adoption process, implementing: HB 1675, 2ESHB 1675
Parental fitness for adopting, basing determination on religious or philosophical beliefs about child discipline, prohibiting: 2ESHB 1675
ADULT FAMILY HOMES  (See LONG-TERM CARE)
ADVANCED COLLEGE TUITION PAYMENT (GET) PROGRAM  ADVANCED COLLEGE TUITION PAYMENT (GET) PROGRAM RSS Feed
               
Differential tuition increases, restricting to avoid tuition unit payout value increases for program: SB 5835, SSB 5835
ADVERTISING  ADVERTISING RSS Feed
               (See also CAMPAIGNS; PUBLIC DISCLOSURE COMMISSION)
Contractor vehicles, advertising on, to include contractor registration number: HB 2652
Health care professionals, training and qualifications, requiring accurate presentation in advertisements and communications: HB 1586, SB 5492
Lottery, state, selling internet advertisements for display on lottery web site: HB 2279, SHB 2279, SB 6202
Sex trafficking crimes, use of internet advertisement to facilitate, establishing enhanced penalty: * SB 5488, CH 9 (2013)
Signs, outdoor advertising along highways, adding permit fee, modifying label requirement, and repealing certain prohibitions: HB 1767, SHB 1767, SB 5761, * SSB 5761, CH 312 (2013)
Signs, outdoor advertising along highways, operating certain signs without permit or without paying permit fee, penalty: SHB 1767
Signs, static digital outdoor advertising signs, allowing cities and towns to place along state highways: HB 1408, SB 5304
AERONAUTICS  AERONAUTICS RSS Feed
               
Aerospace industry, appropriations for permitting and training: * EHB 2088, CH 1 (2013), SB 5953
Aerospace industry, supporting and expanding through multiple strategies: SB 5926
Aerospace industry, supporting through tax preference extensions and an expanded sales and use tax exemption: HB 2089, SHB 2089, SB 5952, * ESSB 5952, CH 2 (2013)
Aerospace products, sale in import commerce, tax exemptions for, narrowing to provide basic education and higher education funding: HB 2038, ESHB 2038
Aerospace technology innovation, joint center for, extending by amending sunset termination and repeal provisions: * SHB 1866, CH 24 (2013)
Aerospace technology innovation, joint center for, extending by repealing sunset termination and repeal provisions: HB 1866, SB 5784
Aircraft systems, public unmanned, establishing standards, protecting citizens, and reducing liability: HB 1771, SHB 1771, SB 5782, SB 6172, SSB 6172
Aircraft systems, public unmanned, using for firefighting and fire prevention purposes: SSB 6172
Aircraft, registration of, exemption from requirements for aircraft owned by nonresident and registered in another state, conditions: HB 1707, SB 5622, * ESSB 5882, CH 13 (2013)
Aircraft, registration of, exemption from requirements for aircraft owned by nonresident, conditions: SHB 1707
Airplanes, modifying sales tax provisions: SB 5041
Airports, certain smaller airports, repealing property tax exemption: SB 5041
Airports, Portland International Airport, USO welcome center in, congratulating USO: * HR 4647 (2013)
Airports, public and private parking facilities, rate requirements: EHB 1483
Airports, state grants to, funding with aircraft excise tax revenues: ESB 5430
Alcohol, blood and breath alcohol content, lowering limits for vehicle, vessel, and aircraft operation or physical control: SB 5932
Civil air patrol, recognizing the Washington state wing: * SR 8621 (2013), * SR 8682 (2014)
Commercial airplane maintenance repair operators, involvement in new building construction, sales and use tax exemptions: SB 6452, SSB 6452
Commercial airplane, amending definition to extend certain tax preferences to additional aircraft: HB 2203, HB 2693, SHB 2693, SB 6545, SSB 6545
Fuel, sustainable aviation biofuels work group, convening: * E2SSB 6518, CH 174 (2014)
Guyed towers, visibility requirements for aeronautic safety: HB 2241, SHB 2241, SB 5000, SB 6054, * SSB 6054, CH 134 (2014)
Unmanned aircraft, prohibitions: HB 2178, SHB 2178
AEROSPACE INDUSTRY  (See AERONAUTICS)
AFRICAN-AMERICANS  AFRICAN-AMERICANS RSS Feed
               
Black history month, recognizing: * HR 4686 (2014)
Bush, George Washington, honoring: * HR 4686 (2014)
Child welfare system, advisory committee on disproportionate representation of children of color in, membership rules: HB 2665, SHB 2665, SB 6429
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., honoring: * HR 4603 (2013), * HR 4661 (2014), * SR 8604 (2013), * SR 8669 (2014)
Initiative 200, studying impact on minorities in contracting and higher education: SB 6556
Racial disproportionality, publishing sentencing information concerning: SB 6257
Students of color, partnership pilot project for increasing enrollment in running start program: HB 1526, SHB 1526, E2SHB 1526
Students of color, running start participation plans and program analysis to increase enrollment: HB 2396
AGRICULTURE  AGRICULTURE RSS Feed
               (See also AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT; COMPOSTING; FARMS; FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS; LIVESTOCK; PEST CONTROL AND PESTICIDES)
Agricultural activities, critical areas used for, extending voluntary stewardship program county regulations review date: HB 2187, SHB 2187
Agricultural labor skills and safety grant program, department to create and administer: HB 1072, SHB 1072, 2SHB 1072
Agricultural producers and state regulatory agencies, conservation commission to initiate state forum to improve understanding and working relationships: SB 5766, SSB 5766
Animal health and food safety programs, fee increases for: HB 2748, ESHB 2748, HB 2749
Apiarists, immunity from civil liability, conditions and limitations: SB 5696, SSB 5696
Apiarists, taxation, including exemptions: HB 1558, SHB 1558, SB 5453, * ESSB 5882, CH 13 (2013), SB 6366, SB 6402, SSB 6402, 2SSB 6402
Apple blossom festival, celebrating, and honoring apple blossom festival court: * SR 8653 (2013), * SR 8690 (2014)
Beekeeping and beekeepers, apiarists, immunity from civil liability, conditions and limitations: SB 5696, SSB 5696
Beekeeping and beekeepers, honey bee work group, creation: SHB 1558, * ESSB 5882, CH 13 (2013)
Beekeeping and beekeepers, taxation, including exemptions: HB 1558, SHB 1558, SB 5453, * ESSB 5882, CH 13 (2013), SB 6366, SB 6402, SSB 6402, 2SSB 6402
Business and occupation tax exemptions, agricultural products, income limits: SB 5041
Cook, Dr. R. James, celebrating the career of: * SR 8677 (2014)
Cowboy, national day of the, celebrating: * HR 4644 (2013), * HR 4690 (2014), * SR 8642 (2013), * SR 8696 (2014)
Crop protection products, agricultural, hazardous substance tax exemption, conditions: HB 2469, SB 6157
Daffodils, celebrating daffodil festival: * HR 4635 (2013), * HR 4695 (2014), * SR 8637 (2013), * SR 8703 (2014)
Employees, establishment of farm internship pilot project: SB 5123, * SSB 5123, CH 131 (2014)
Employees, vanpool programs for, allowing nonprofits and certain transit providers to provide: HB 2604, SHB 2604
Fairs, central Washington state fair, designating as official state fair: HB 2622
Fairs, liquor license and craft distillery spirits endorsement for: HB 2154, SHB 2154
Fairs, nonprofit fair associations, modifying property tax exemption provisions: HB 1550, SB 5078, SSB 5078, * E2SSB 5078, CH 212 (2013)
Fairs, Washington state fair in Puyallup, recognizing: * SR 8711 (2014)
Fairs, youth opportunities involving, dedicated revenue to support: HB 1398, SB 5672, SB 5791, SSB 5791, SB 5813
Farm and agricultural land, current use taxation, removal of or withdrawal from classification, modifying interest rate charge on additional tax: SB 5776, SSB 5776
Farm internship pilot project, establishment: SB 5123, * SSB 5123, CH 131 (2014)
Farm vehicles, owned by certain farmers, exemption from department of transportation number requirements: SSB 6280
Fertilizers, turf, excluding exceptional quality biosolids from definition: HB 1314, SHB 1314, SB 5322
Fire sprinkler systems, in agricultural structures, prohibiting mandatory installation: HB 1390
Food safety and animal health programs, fee increases for: HB 2748, ESHB 2748, HB 2749
Food safety program, fee categories, sub-work group to review: ESHB 2748
Fruit and vegetable district fund, extending expiration dates for transfers to: HB 1889, * SHB 1889, CH 46 (2013)
Greenhouses, propane or natural gas used to heat, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1722
Hemp, as commercial feed component, studying: HB 2405
Hemp, industrial production of: HB 1888, SHB 1888, 2SHB 1888, SB 5954, SB 6214, SSB 6214, 2SSB 6214
Hemp, industrial production of, conducting study of feasibility and desirability of: SB 5222, SSB 5222, SB 6214, SSB 6214, 2SSB 6214
Hemp, industrial, clarifying marijuana and THC concentration definitions to clearly exclude: HB 2767
Hops, harvesting equipment, eligibility for sales tax exemption: HB 2597
Horticulture, land used for commercial, current use property tax program: HB 2493, SHB 2493, * E2SHB 2493, CH 125 (2014), SB 6286, ESSB 6286
Land, agricultural, of long-term commercial significance, allowing certain compatible uses while prohibiting mitigation project siting: SB 5276
Land, agricultural, preserving through sediment management demonstration projects: ESB 6549
Land, agricultural, promoting rural area marijuana production operations on unenclosed outdoor agricultural lands: HB 1991
Land, agricultural, returning underproducing land back to production: HB 1188, SHB 1188
Land, agricultural, small farms within current use farm and agricultural lands property tax program: HB 1437, SHB 1437, E2SHB 1437, SB 5327
Land, agricultural, small farms within current use property tax program: 3SHB 1437
Land, farm and agricultural land, conducting study to improve current use program and consider small farms: ESHB 2306
Land, farm and agricultural land, current use property tax program: HB 2306, HB 2493, SHB 2493, * E2SHB 2493, CH 125 (2014), SB 6155, SB 6286, ESSB 6286
Land, farm and agricultural land, penalty for removing land from current use property tax classification as, allowing prepayment: HB 2584, SHB 2584
Lilac, Spokane lilac festival, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4642 (2013), * SR 8646 (2013)
Marijuana, definitions, clarifying to clearly exclude industrial hemp: HB 2767
Marijuana, environmental impacts of various means of producing, liquor control board to consult with department of ecology to examine: HB 1992
Marijuana, production and producers, exemption from certain agricultural statutes: * SB 6505, CH 140 (2014)
Marijuana, regulating licensing of producers, preferring and incentivizing rural area production operations on unenclosed outdoor agricultural lands: HB 1991
Milwaukee Road corridor, allowing motor vehicle access for certain lessees, concessionaires, and agricultural users: HB 1939
Mint growers and processors, tax exemptions: SB 5862, * ESSB 5882, CH 13 (2013)
Research, funding agricultural production research through property taxation of marijuana-related trademarks, trade names, brand names, patents, and copyrights: HB 1976
Sedro-Woolley High School nursery/landscaping team, congratulating: * SR 8685 (2014)
Tulips, recognizing Skagit Valley tulip festival: * SR 8654 (2013)
Tulips, Skagit Valley tulip festival, celebrating 30th annual: * HR 4631 (2013)
Water quality regulation, at state level, protecting agricultural activities from over-regulation: SB 6087
AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT  AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               
Animal disease traceability program, electronic reporting of intrastate livestock ownership transfers: HB 2625
Animal health and food safety programs, fee increases for: HB 2748, ESHB 2748, HB 2749
Applications submitted to department, requiring prompt action: HB 1163, HB 1236, SB 5821
Beekeeping, honey bee work group, department to convene: * ESSB 5882, CH 13 (2013)
Commodity boards, appointment of nonvoting advisory members, authorizing: * HB 1770, CH 40 (2013)
Cottage food operations, increasing annual gross sales limit for maintaining permit: SHB 1135
Cottage food operations, maximum annual gross sales limit for maintaining permit, department authority to increase: SB 6047
Cottage food operations, repealing annual gross sales limit for maintaining permit: HB 1135
Dairies, inspection program assessment on milk, extending expiration date: HB 2354, SB 6079
Dairy cattle, issuance of "green tag" to be placed at certain time on bull calves and free martins, department role: SB 5767, * SSB 5767, CH 313 (2013)
Department of agriculture, celebrating one hundredth anniversary: * HR 4627 (2013), * SR 8630 (2013)
Diseases, control and traceability activities, electronic reporting of intrastate livestock ownership transfers, department role: HB 2625
Diseases, control and traceability activities, recovery of department of agriculture data entry costs in connection with: HB 1886, * SHB 1886, CH 45 (2013)
Environmental justice, department efforts concerning disproportionately adverse health and environmental impacts on low-income and minority populations: HB 1434
Food distributors, pass-through wholesale, department to issue license to sellers of prepackaged food delivered directly to consumers: SHB 1827
Food safety and animal health programs, fee increases for: HB 2748, ESHB 2748, HB 2749
Food safety program, fee categories, department to convene sub-work group to review: ESHB 2748
Food sellers, direct seller license, prepackaged food delivered directly to consumers: * ESSB 6388, CH 98 (2014)
Hemp, as commercial feed component, department to study: HB 2405
Hemp, industrial production of, department role: HB 1888, SHB 1888, 2SHB 1888, SB 5954, SB 6214, SSB 6214
Inspections, exemptions, certain sales of unbranded dairy breed bull calves and free martins: SB 5767, * SSB 5767, CH 313 (2013)
Natural resources management, streamlining through agency independence, department administrative authority: HB 1384
Permitting decisions, enhancing transparency and predictability of process: HB 2192, SHB 2192, * E2SHB 2192, CH 68 (2014), SB 6045
Pet food, distributors and responsible buyers, paying companion animal spay/neuter fee: HB 1229, SB 5202, SSB 5202
Sediment from rivers, management strategies, demonstration projects to test, department role: ESB 6549
Sheep, ovine blood, alternative to rendering plant disposal under certain conditions, department role : HB 2716
Underproducing agricultural land, returning to production, department to consult with Washington State University: SHB 1188
Underproducing agricultural land, returning to production, department to work with Washington State University Mount Vernon center: HB 1188
AIDS  (See HEALTH CARE; PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY)
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL AUTHORITIES  (See CLEAN AIR AGENCIES)
AIR QUALITY AND POLLUTION  AIR QUALITY AND POLLUTION RSS Feed
               (See also CLEAN AIR AGENCIES; CLIMATE; ENVIRONMENT)
Climate legislative and executive work group, creation: HB 1915, SHB 1915, SB 5802, SSB 5802, * E2SSB 5802, CH 6 (2013)
Diesel fuel, diesel idle reduction account and loan and grant program, creating: HB 2569
Diesel fuel, diesel idle reduction account and loan program, creating: SHB 2569, * E2SHB 2569, CH 74 (2014)
Emergency engines or backup generators, compliance with emissions requirements, standards for: SB 5796, SSB 5796
Fossil fuel carbon pollution tax, levying and imposing for basic education funding: HB 2803
Greenhouse gas emissions and particulate matter, state ferries, reporting requirements: SB 6377
Greenhouse gas emissions, governor to contract with independent organization for evaluation of emissions reduction approaches: HB 1915, SHB 1915, SB 5802
Greenhouse gas emissions, harmonizing reporting requirements with federal requirements: SB 5321
Greenhouse gas emissions, office of financial management to contract with independent organization for evaluation of emissions reduction approaches: SSB 5802, * E2SSB 5802, CH 6 (2013)
Greenhouse gas emissions, reducing through land use and transportation requirement modifications: HB 2804
Greenhouse gas emissions, registration or reporting fee, capping amount of: SB 6264
Greenhouse gas emissions, reporting fee, capping amount of: SSB 6264
Greenhouse gas emissions, state agency rules regulating, prohibiting without legislative authorization: HB 1169
Highly impacted communities, including community organizations in permit issuance and clean-up plan adoption: HB 1434
Highly impacted communities, permit violation enforcement actions, settlement provisions: HB 2312, SHB 2312, SB 6417
Solid fuel burning devices, bans on use, narrowing geographic scope in nonattainment areas: HB 1918
Transportation system policy goals, including air quality improvement to promote health improvement: HB 1233, SHB 1233
AIRCRAFT  (See AERONAUTICS)
AIRCRAFT EXCISE TAX  (See TAXES - AIRCRAFT EXCISE TAX)
AIRCRAFT FUEL TAX  (See TAXES - AIRCRAFT FUEL TAX)
AIRLINES AND AIRPORTS  (See AERONAUTICS)
ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE  ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE RSS Feed
               (See also TRAFFIC OFFENSES)
Alcohol poisoning, involving person under age 21, limited immunity when seeking medical assistance: * HB 1404, CH 112 (2013)
Alcohol, blood and breath alcohol content, lowering limits for vehicle, vessel, and aircraft operation or physical control: SB 5932
Alcohol, crime-related use or possession prohibitions, role in general sentencing provisions: HB 2206, SB 5966, SSB 5966
Beer, breweries and microbreweries, identification of brewery on private labels: * HB 1351, CH 107 (2013), SB 5303
Behavioral health services, combined mental health and chemical dependency services, state purchasing of: HB 2639, SHB 2639, E2SHB 2639, SB 6312, SSB 6312, * 2SSB 6312, CH 225 (2014)
Cannabis products, crime-related use or possession prohibitions, role in general sentencing provisions: HB 2206, SB 5966, SSB 5966
Chemical dependency disorders, including when co-occurring with mental health disorders, funding intensive community interventions: SB 6481, SSB 6481
Chemical dependency diversions, Snohomish county pilot program to study: * 2SHB 2627, CH 128 (2014)
Chemical dependency professionals and trainees, treatment of patients outside chemical dependency programs: HB 2378, SHB 2378, SB 6140
Chemical dependency services, adult, evidence- and research-based and promising practices: HB 1522, SHB 1522, E2SHB 1522, SB 5234, SB 5732, SSB 5732, * 2SSB 5732, CH 338 (2013)
Chemical dependency services, combined with mental health services, state purchasing of behavioral health services: HB 2639, SHB 2639, E2SHB 2639, SB 6312, SSB 6312, * 2SSB 6312, CH 225 (2014)
Chemical dependency, arrest of individual suffering from, police officer options: HB 2627, SHB 2627, * 2SHB 2627, CH 128 (2014), SB 6345, SSB 6345
Chemical dependency, diversions pilot program, establishment in Snohomish county: SSB 6345
Controlled substances, crime-related use or possession prohibitions, role in general sentencing provisions: HB 2206, SB 5966, SSB 5966
Crisis responders, when certain persons present substantial likelihood of serious harm or danger, standards for detention: HB 1963, SB 6142
Drug courts, authority to establish, expanding to include all jurisdictions: * SB 5797, CH 257 (2013)
Drug courts, authority to merge with DUI and mental health courts, expanding to include all jurisdictions: * SB 5797, CH 257 (2013)
Drug courts, definition of, including family treatment courts in: HB 1834
Drug testing, for certain recipients of temporary assistance for needy families: HB 1190, SB 5585
Family treatment courts, including in definition of drug courts: HB 1834
Fetal alcohol exposure, requiring posting of warning signs on premises serving alcohol: HB 2737
Fetal alcohol exposure, work group to address: HB 2737
Hospitals, when certain persons present substantial likelihood of serious harm or danger, standards for detention: HB 1963, SB 6142
Juveniles, chemical dependency treatment assessments or screenings, admissibility: * HB 1724, CH 110 (2014), SB 6261, SB 6492
Liquor excise tax, wholesale and retail sales, imposing to fund alcohol and drug treatment: SB 5949
Marijuana, crime-related cannabis product use or possession prohibitions, role in general sentencing provisions: HB 2206, SB 5966, SSB 5966
Marijuana, misdemeanor offenses, vacating of, conditions and exceptions: HB 1661, SHB 1661
Mental health disorders, co-occurring with chemical dependency, authorizing services rule compliance waiver renewal for certain mental health agencies: * ESSB 5681, CH 303 (2013)
Mental health disorders, co-occurring with chemical dependency, developing integrated rule for treatment by an agency: HB 1930, SB 5681
Service coordination organizations and contracting entities, for alcohol and drug addiction services, establishing accountability measures: * ESHB 1519, CH 320 (2013)
Service coordination organizations, for alcohol and drug addiction services, establishing accountability measures: HB 1519
Substance abuse treatment, parental rights when participating in treatment: HB 1284, SB 5460
Wine, wineries, identification of winery on private labels: * HB 1351, CH 107 (2013), SB 5303
Worker's compensation benefits, limiting for liquor- or alcohol-caused injuries or diseases: HB 2295
Youth in need, improving school districts' capacity to respond through training and planning: * ESHB 1336, CH 197 (2013), SSB 5365
Youth, troubled, improving school districts' capacity to respond through training and planning: HB 1336, SB 5365
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES RSS Feed
               (See also LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD; TRAFFIC OFFENSES)
Alcohol, crime-related use or possession prohibitions, role in general sentencing provisions: HB 2206, SB 5966, SSB 5966
Auction buyers of former state stores, applying for refund of successful bid and selling inventory to spirits retail license holders, authorizing: HB 2026
Auction buyers of former state stores, exempting from spirits retail license issuance fee: HB 2019, * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Beer, additional tax on beer and strong beer, using certain revenues in connection with health security trust: HB 1085, SB 5224
Beer, additional tax on beer and strong beer, using revenues for education funding: HB 1122, HB 2038, SB 5039, SB 5738
Beer, additional tax on beer and strong beer, using revenues for impaired driving safety and enforcement: SB 5915, SB 5917, SB 5929, SB 5930
Beer, beer and wine theater license: HB 1001, * SHB 1001, CH 219 (2013), SB 5111
Beer, caterer's license to sell, creating: HB 2680, * ESHB 2680, CH 29 (2014)
Beer, day spas offering to customers, creating day spa permit for: SB 5045, * ESSB 5045, CH 199 (2014)
Beer, growlers of, sales of: HB 2327, SB 6334
Beer, in purchaser's container, sales by grocery store licensees: HB 2371, SHB 2371, SB 6136
Beer, sampling and serving, qualifying farmers markets, modifying definition: * SB 6514, CH 105 (2014)
Beer, sampling at specialty shops: HB 1022
Beer, sampling, conducted by microbreweries at farmers markets, allowing: * SB 5674, CH 238 (2013)
Beer, tasting, changing criteria for beer and wine tasting endorsement for grocery stores: HB 1422, * SHB 1422 (2013) V, SB 5517, * SSB 5517, CH 52 (2013)
Beer, tasting, permit to allow community and technical college students at least age 18 to taste beer and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: * SSB 5774, CH 59 (2013)
Beer, tasting, permit to allow postsecondary students under age 21 to taste beer and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 5774
Beer, tasting, permit to allow state or regional university students at least age 18 to taste beer and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 6386
Beer, wine, beer, and spirits theater licenses: * ESB 5607, CH 237 (2013)
Cider, sales by certain retail beer sales licensees: HB 1008, SB 6442, * SSB 6442, CH 54 (2014)
Contract liquor store managers, certain former, exempting from spirits retail license issuance fee: HB 2019, * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Contract liquor stores, certain former, exempting from spirits retail license issuance fee: HB 1962
Contract liquor stores, owners of former, payment of spirits retail license issuance fees: SSB 6237
Contract or state liquor stores, certain former, exempting from spirits retail license issuance fee: 2SHB 1161
Contract or state liquor stores, certain former, payment of retail license issuance fee: HB 2490
Contract or state liquor stores, certain former, selling spirits retail license to third party or relocating store: SB 6238
Craft distillery customers, spirits sales, increasing allowable per day volume per customer: * HB 1149, CH 98 (2013)
Craft distillery products, license endorsement for sales by beer and/or wine specialty shop: HB 1133, SB 5731, ESSB 5731
Culinary arts training educational institutions, culinary class restaurant wine specialty license and special event endorsement, creating: HB 1805
Culinary class specialty license, creating: SHB 1805
Culinary or alcohol-related classes, community or technical college, permit to allow students at least age 18 to taste alcoholic beverages in: * SSB 5774, CH 59 (2013)
Culinary or alcohol-related classes, postsecondary, permit to allow students under age 21 to taste alcoholic beverages in: SB 5774
Culinary or alcohol-related classes, state or regional university, permit to allow students at least age 18 to taste alcoholic beverages in: SB 6386
Day spas, offering of wine or beer to customers, creating day spa permit for: SB 5045, * ESSB 5045, CH 199 (2014)
Distilleries, craft, spirits endorsement for sales at fairs: HB 2154, SHB 2154
Distilleries, spirits for off-premises consumption or on-premises sampling: HB 2364, SHB 2364, SB 6226, * SSB 6226, CH 92 (2014)
Distillery products, certain distilleries, license endorsement for sale by beer and/or wine specialty shop: ESSB 5731
Distributors, spirits, modifying license issuance fee and surcharge provisions: HB 2019
Distributors, spirits, modifying license issuance fee provisions: * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Fairs, liquor license and craft distillery spirits endorsement for: HB 2154, SHB 2154
Fetal alcohol exposure, work group to address: HB 2737
Grocery stores, changing criteria for beer and wine tasting endorsement: HB 1422, * SHB 1422 (2013) V, SB 5517, * SSB 5517, CH 52 (2013)
Grocery stores, wine and beer licensees, sales of beer in purchaser's container: HB 2371, SHB 2371, SB 6136
Growlers of cider, sales by certain retail beer sales licensees: HB 1008, SB 6442, * SSB 6442, CH 54 (2014)
Growlers of wine or beer, sales of: HB 2327, SB 6334
Growlers of wine, sales by certain retail sales licensees: HB 1742
Growlers of wine, sales of own wine by licensed domestic wineries: * SHB 1742, CH 27 (2014), SSB 6334
Health security trust, using certain beer and spirits tax revenues for health care services and maintenance of trust: HB 1085, SB 5224
Licensees, grocery stores, sales of beer in purchaser's container: HB 2371, SHB 2371, SB 6136
Licensees, serving alcohol for on-premises consumption, requiring fetal alcohol exposure warning signs: HB 2737
Licenses and permits, retail, obtaining by persons convicted of automated sales suppression device or phantom ware use, prohibitions: SB 6543
Licenses and permits, streamlining and simplifying, work group to make recommendations: SB 6222
Licenses, beer and/or wine specialty shop, endorsement to sell craft distillery products: SB 5731
Licenses, beer and/or wine specialty shop, endorsement to sell products of craft distilleries and certain other distilleries: ESSB 5731
Licenses, beer and/or wine specialty shops, endorsement to sell craft distillery products: HB 1133
Licenses, caterer's license to sell beer, spirits, and wine, creating: HB 2680, * ESHB 2680, CH 29 (2014)
Licenses, culinary class restaurant wine specialty license and special event endorsement, creating: HB 1805
Licenses, culinary class specialty license, creating: SHB 1805
Licenses, liquor license for fairs: HB 2154, SHB 2154
Licenses, multiple for single location, allowing: HB 1711, SHB 1711, HB 2355, SB 5628, SB 6335
Licenses, nonprofit arts organization, expanding definition of eligible organizations: SB 6316
Licenses, renewals, increasing excise tax revenues with: HB 1503, SB 5285
Licenses, senior center license: HB 1063, * SB 5310, CH 78 (2014)
Licenses, snack bar beer retailer's license, adding sales of wine by the glass to: HB 2302, SB 6148
Licenses, special occasion, selling wine in original container for on-premises consumption: SB 6131, SSB 6131
Licenses, spirits distributors, modifying license issuance fee and surcharge provisions: HB 2019
Licenses, spirits distributors, modifying license issuance fee provisions: * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Licenses, spirits retail license, eliminating issuance fee: HB 1282
Licenses, spirits retail license, excluding certain licensees selling spirits for later resale from license issuance fee: HB 2172, ESB 6220
Licenses, spirits retail license, exempting certain former contract liquor stores from issuance fee: HB 1962
Licenses, spirits retail license, former contract or state liquor store owner or holder selling license to third party or relocating store: SB 6238
Licenses, spirits retail license, payment of issuance fees: HB 2412, SHB 2412, HB 2435, SB 6237, SSB 6237
Licenses, spirits retail licensees, issuance fee exemption for former contract liquor store managers and state store auction buyers with respect to certain sales: HB 2019, * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Licenses, spirits, craft distillery endorsement for sales at fairs: HB 2154, SHB 2154
Licenses, theater, beer, wine, and spirits sales: * ESB 5607, CH 237 (2013)
Licenses, theaters, beer and wine sales: HB 1001, * SHB 1001, CH 219 (2013), SB 5111
Licenses, various, miscellaneous changes: HB 2305, SB 6159
Liquor excise tax, wholesale and retail sales, imposing to fund alcohol and drug treatment: SB 5949
Liquor excise taxes, deposit in liquor excise tax fund and transfer to impaired driving safety account: SB 5917, SB 5929
Liquor excise taxes, deposit in liquor excise tax fund and transfer to liquor revolving fund, modifying provisions: HB 1368, SB 5703
Liquor excise taxes, deposit in liquor excise tax fund, increasing sales tax sum for: HB 2784, SB 6564
Liquor excise taxes, increasing revenue with liquor license renewals: HB 1503, SB 5285
Liquor revolving fund, distribution of revenues: HB 1368, HB 2067, HB 2314, SB 5703, SB 6361
Malt beverages, wholesale distributors and suppliers, removing spirits from provisions: HB 1411
Permits, special, to allow college and vocational students under age 21 to taste wine in viticulture and enology classes: SHB 1459
Permits, special, to allow community or technical college students at least age 18 to taste alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: * SSB 5774, CH 59 (2013)
Permits, special, to allow postsecondary students under age 21 to taste alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 5774
Permits, special, to allow state or regional university students at least age 18 to taste alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 6386
Purchases of liquor, confidentiality of liquor control board records of, repealing statute: HB 2764
Regulation of alcoholic beverages, miscellaneous changes: HB 2305, SB 6159
Sales of liquor, prohibiting if customer has marker on identicard indicating restriction of driving privileges due to driving under the influence: SB 5915, SB 5917
Self-checkout for liquor sales, prohibiting certain machines: HB 1009, SB 5261
Self-checkout for liquor sales, requiring machines that halt transaction during purchaser age verification: * SHB 1009, CH 89 (2013)
Selling price, advertised, to include liquor taxes: HB 1066
Spirits, caterer's license to sell, creating: HB 2680, * ESHB 2680, CH 29 (2014)
Spirits, distilleries, for off-premises consumption or on-premises sampling: HB 2364, SHB 2364, SB 6226, * SSB 6226, CH 92 (2014)
Spirits, distributors, modifying license issuance fee and surcharge provisions: HB 2019
Spirits, distributors, modifying license issuance fee provisions: * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Spirits, group purchases by retail licensees in certain cases: HB 1281, HB 2019
Spirits, removing from malt beverage wholesale distributors and suppliers provisions: HB 1411
Spirits, retail licensees, former contract or state liquor store owner or holder selling license to third party or relocating store: SB 6238
Spirits, retail licensees, license issuance fee exemption for former contract liquor store managers and state store auction buyers with respect to certain sales: HB 2019, * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Spirits, retail sales for later resale, excluding from "spirits sales revenues under the license": HB 1161, SB 5644
Spirits, retail sales for later resale, excluding from retail license issuance fee but requiring distributor license fee: SHB 1161, 2SHB 1161, 3SHB 1161
Spirits, retail sales for later resale, excluding from retail license issuance fee in certain cases: HB 2172, ESB 6220
Spirits, retailers, disabling point-of-sale machines' ability to accept public assistance electronic benefit cards: SB 5279
Spirits, retailers, prohibited from accepting public assistance electronic benefit cards for purchase of spirits: ESSB 5279
Spirits, retailers, theft from, liquor control board regulatory authority to reduce: HB 2155, * ESHB 2155, CH 63 (2014)
Spirits, sale and distribution, streamlining collection of taxes, fees, and reports: * HB 1124, CH 95 (2013), SB 5238
Spirits, sales at fairs, endorsement for craft distilleries: HB 2154, SHB 2154
Spirits, sales tax, additional tax on certain sales by distributors to restaurant retailers: HB 2019
Spirits, sales tax, comprehensive reduction: SB 6547
Spirits, sampling, limited on-premise sampling provided by certain spirits retail license holders: HB 1332, SHB 1332, SB 5396, * SSB 5396, CH 234 (2013)
Spirits, tasting, permit to allow community or technical college students at least age 18 to taste spirits and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: * SSB 5774, CH 59 (2013)
Spirits, tasting, permit to allow postsecondary students under age 21 to taste spirits and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 5774
Spirits, tasting, permit to allow state or regional university students at least age 18 to taste spirits and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 6386
Spirits, using certain spirits tax revenues in connection with health security trust: HB 1085, SB 5224
Spirits, wine, beer, and spirits theater licenses: * ESB 5607, CH 237 (2013)
Wine, adding sales of wine by the glass to snack bar beer retailer's license: HB 2302, SB 6148
Wine, beer and wine theater license: HB 1001, * SHB 1001, CH 219 (2013), SB 5111
Wine, beer, wine, and spirits theater licenses: * ESB 5607, CH 237 (2013)
Wine, caterer's license to sell, creating: HB 2680, * ESHB 2680, CH 29 (2014)
Wine, day spas offering to customers, creating day spa permit for: SB 5045, * ESSB 5045, CH 199 (2014)
Wine, group purchases by retail licensees in certain cases: HB 1281, HB 2019
Wine, growlers of, sales of: HB 1742, * SHB 1742, CH 27 (2014), HB 2327, SB 6334, SSB 6334
Wine, in original container for on-premises consumption, sales by special occasion licensees: SB 6131, SSB 6131
Wine, licensed domestic wineries, sales of own wine in kegs or sanitary containers: * SHB 1742, CH 27 (2014)
Wine, sales by certain retail beer sales licensees: HB 1742
Wine, sales, culinary class restaurant wine specialty license and special event endorsement, creating: HB 1805
Wine, sales, culinary class specialty license, creating: SHB 1805
Wine, sampling and serving, qualifying farmers markets, modifying definition: * SB 6514, CH 105 (2014)
Wine, sampling at specialty shops: HB 1022
Wine, sampling, conducted by wineries at farmers markets, allowing: * SB 5674, CH 238 (2013)
Wine, tasting, allowing college and vocational students under age 21 to taste wine in viticulture and enology classes: HB 1459
Wine, tasting, changing criteria for beer and wine tasting endorsement for grocery stores: HB 1422, * SHB 1422 (2013) V, SB 5517, * SSB 5517, CH 52 (2013)
Wine, tasting, permit to allow college and vocational students under age 21 to taste wine in viticulture and enology classes: SHB 1459
Wine, tasting, permit to allow community or technical college students at least age 18 to taste wine and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: * SSB 5774, CH 59 (2013)
Wine, tasting, permit to allow postsecondary students under age 21 to taste wine and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 5774
Wine, tasting, permit to allow state or regional university students at least age 18 to taste wine and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 6386
AMBULANCES  (See DRIVERS AND DRIVERS' LICENSES; EMERGENCY SERVICES; MOTOR VEHICLES)
AMUSEMENT MACHINES  (See ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS)
ANIMALS  ANIMALS RSS Feed
               (See also LIVESTOCK; OFFICIAL STATE DESIGNATION; WILDLIFE)
Abuse, criminal animal abuse offenders, requiring registration: HB 1786
Animal disease traceability program, electronic reporting of intrastate livestock ownership transfers: HB 2625
Attacks by aggressive violent animals, right of self-defense: HB 2664
Cats, feral and free-roaming, spaying and neutering program: HB 1229, SB 5202, SSB 5202
Companion animals, low-income owner assistance through companion animal safety, population control, and spay/neuter assistance program: HB 1229, SB 5202, SSB 5202
Cruelty to animals, animal fighting, to include causing minor to commit, class C felony: HB 1202, SHB 1202, SB 5204
Cruelty to animals, failure to provide care, civil infraction: HB 1202, SB 5204
Cruelty to animals, killing or harming another person's animals with malice, class C felony: HB 1202, SHB 1202, SB 5204
Cruelty to animals, pet animals, taking or killing, etc., modifying provisions: HB 1202, SHB 1202, SB 5204
Cruelty to animals, prohibiting sale or auction of animals on public property: HB 1201, SB 5203
Cruelty to animals, requiring registration of criminal animal abuse offenders: HB 1786
Cruelty to animals, second degree, modifying provisions: HB 1202, SHB 1202, SB 5204
Cruelty to animals, unsafe confinement in vehicle or enclosed space, authority to enter vehicle or space: HB 1202, SHB 1202, SB 5204
Cruelty to animals, unsafe confinement in vehicle or enclosed space, civil infraction: HB 1202, SHB 1202, SB 5204
Cruelty to animals, veterinarian liability protections when reporting: HB 1186, * SB 5102, CH 245 (2013)
Diseases, control and traceability activities, electronic reporting of intrastate livestock ownership transfers: HB 2625
Diseases, control and traceability activities, recovery of department of agriculture data entry costs in connection with: HB 1886, * SHB 1886, CH 45 (2013)
Dog guides, with reckless disregard causing harm to, class C felony: HB 1830
Dogs, breed-based regulations, preventing: HB 2117
Pet food, distributors and responsible buyers, paying companion animal spay/neuter fee: HB 1229, SB 5202, SSB 5202
Search and rescue dogs, on-duty, with reckless disregard causing harm to, class C felony: HB 1830
Service animals, unfair practices related to: HB 1024, SHB 1024, 2SHB 1024, SB 5645
Service animals, with reckless disregard causing harm to, class C felony: HB 1830
ANNEXATION  (See CITIES AND TOWNS; COUNTIES; GROWTH MANAGEMENT)
APARTMENTS  (See HOMES AND HOUSING)
APPLIANCES  (See ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS)
APPRENTICES AND APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS  APPRENTICES AND APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS RSS Feed
               (See also CONTRACTORS; PUBLIC WORKS)
Apprenticeship and training council, transportation workforce development, increasing funding and recruiting women and persons of color: HB 1922
Apprenticeship and training council, transportation workforce development, increasing funding and recruiting women, veterans, and persons of color: ESHB 1922
Apprenticeship utilization advisory committee, repealing: SB 6186, SSB 6186
Building code officials apprenticeship program, funding through building permit fee: HB 2214, SHB 2214, SB 5074, SB 6018
Business and occupation tax credit, for employers participating in Washington apprenticeship program: SB 6182, SSB 6182
Cosmetology, barbering, manicuring, and esthetics, rules for online learning, including approved apprenticeship programs: SB 5779, SB 5996, SSB 5996
Electrician certificate of competency, journey level or residential specialty, apprenticeship program requirement: ESHB 2500
Electrician certificate of competency, journeyman or residential specialty, apprenticeship program requirement: HB 2500
Higher education apprenticeships, earnings and employment data for those completing, web site publication of: HB 2443
Manufacturing, advanced, employers training apprentices and others in high-demand positions, business and occupation tax credit: SB 5249
Subsidized public works, apprentice utilization requirements for: HB 1023, SHB 1023, SB 5393
Tax preferences, apprentice utilization when contract parties are recipients: HB 1023, SHB 1023, SB 5393
APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING COUNCIL  (See APPRENTICES AND APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS)
AQUARIUMS  (See ZOOS AND AQUARIUMS)
AQUATIC LANDS  (See PUBLIC LANDS)
ARBITRATION  (See ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS)
ARCHAEOLOGY  ARCHAEOLOGY RSS Feed
               (See also ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION, DEPARTMENT)
Archaeological objects, forest practices application denials due to presence of, restrictions and procedures: HB 1223
Archaeological resources and traditional cultural places, certain information concerning, exemption from public disclosure: HB 2724, * SHB 2724, CH 165 (2014), SB 6480
Cultural resources of Washington state, protecting: SHB 2709
Cultural resources of Washington state, protecting, relationship to state environmental policy act: HB 1809, HB 2709
Project permit applications, notification of determination to include department: SHB 2709
ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION, DEPARTMENT  ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also ARCHAEOLOGY)
Archaeological resources and traditional cultural places, certain information concerning, exemption from public disclosure: HB 2724, * SHB 2724, CH 165 (2014), SB 6480
Business license center, participation by department: HB 1403, * ESHB 1403, CH 111 (2013), SB 5680, SSB 5680, E2SSB 5680
Cultural resources of Washington state, protecting, relationship to state environmental policy act: HB 1809
Forest practices applications, department role when archaeological object present: HB 1223
Permitting decisions, enhancing transparency and predictability of process: HB 2192, SHB 2192, * E2SHB 2192, CH 68 (2014), SB 6045
ARCHIVIST, STATE  (See RECORDS; STATE GOVERNMENT)
ART AND ARTWORKS  ART AND ARTWORKS RSS Feed
               (See also ARTS COMMISSION)
Artistic heritage, along with state's ethnic, cultural, and natural heritage, parks and recreation commission to increase appreciation of: SHB 1935, SB 5897
Contemporary works of art, along with state's ethnic and cultural heritage, parks and recreation commission to increase appreciation of: HB 1530, SHB 1530, SB 5653
Cultural access programs, creating to fund cultural organizations: HB 2212
Cultural access programs, creation by cultural access authorities in order to fund cultural organizations: SB 6151
Moore, Ben, commending: * SR 8720 (2014)
Public buildings, eliminating construction appropriations artwork purchase requirement: SB 5018
School plant facilities, allocating artwork funds for instructional equipment and technology: HB 1054, SB 5581
School plant facilities, construction funds for artworks, suspending expenditure for art: SB 5120
Teachers, certification standards, expanding STEM requirements to include the arts (STEAM): SB 5909
Transportation funds, using for artworks and artistic designs, prohibition: HB 2092
ARTS COMMISSION  ARTS COMMISSION RSS Feed
               (See also ART AND ARTWORKS)
Artworks for public buildings, repealing certain statutes concerning commission purchasing: SB 5018
Artworks for school and college buildings, suspending expenditure of construction funds for art: SB 5120
Artworks for school plant facilities, allocating funds for instructional equipment and technology: HB 1054, SB 5581
ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS, COMMISSION  ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS, COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Rule making by commission, specific grant of legislative authority, requirement: HB 1163
ASSAULT  (See CRIMES; SENTENCING)
ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES  (See LONG-TERM CARE)
ATHLETIC FACILITIES  (See SPORTS)
ATTORNEY GENERAL  ATTORNEY GENERAL RSS Feed
               
Assistant attorneys general, collective bargaining for: HB 2274
Commercial information, filed with attorney general, public records exemption: * SB 6141, CH 170 (2014)
Computer spyware, actions concerning unlawful use of, awarding costs and attorneys' fees when action brought by attorney general: HB 2055, SB 5985
Consumer protection, actions brought by attorney general, awarding of attorneys' fees to attorney general when prevailing party: HB 2055, SB 5985
Democratic participation principles, attorney general to implement training programs for public officials and employees: HB 1198, SHB 1198
Driving under the influence, creating statewide 24/7 sobriety program and 24/7 sobriety account, role of attorney general's office: HB 2030, SB 5912
Environmental law violations, involving hazardous waste or fish and wildlife enforcement code, attorney general authority and power: HB 1655
Federal property, condemnation by state and sale for private forestry uses, attorney general role: HB 1111
Indian tribal hunting rights, office of attorney general to prepare module on rights for use in connection with enforcement: ESHB 1496
Manufactured/mobile home dispute resolution program, administration under program of manufactured housing community manager training by attorney general: SHB 1590
Open public meetings, training concerning, attorney general role: HB 1714
Service members civil relief, expanding protections, attorney general role: HB 2171, * SHB 2171, CH 65 (2014), SB 5989
Solid waste collection companies, commercial information filed with commission, exemption from disclosure: HB 1697, SHB 1697
State officers, legal actions or proceedings on behalf of, not requiring attorney general to institute or prosecute when related to fiscal appropriation level or sufficiency: HB 2024
Superior court judges, actions or proceedings on behalf of, attorney general not required to institute or prosecute: ESB 5860
Superior court judges, actions or proceedings on behalf of, provisions concerning attorneys' fees and costs and arbitration requirements: ESB 5860
ATTORNEYS  ATTORNEYS RSS Feed
               
Bar association, developing sliding fee schedule for fees and costs to accommodate indigent clients: SB 5845
Bar association, fees for judicial members, prohibiting charging of: SB 6012
Bar association, repealing and recodifying state bar act: HB 1335
Campaigns, certain attorney legal services for, removing from definitions of "contributions" and "expenditures": HB 2222
Debt collection by attorneys, amending collection agency act: HB 1031
Deeds of trust, reconveyances, involvement in: HB 1435, * SHB 1435, CH 114 (2013)
Dependency proceedings, appointing an attorney for a child: HB 1285, SHB 1285, 2SHB 1285, SB 5461, SSB 5461, SB 6126, SSB 6126, * E2SSB 6126, CH 108 (2014)
Dependency proceedings, automatic legal representation of child, studying effect of: SB 6126
Indigent clients, attorneys to accommodate through sliding fee schedule and legal requirements: SB 5845
Indigent clients, professional compensation parity act: SB 5845
Legal service contractors, regulation of: HB 2691, SHB 2691
Legal service organizations, to cover legal expenses, regulation and registration of: HB 2287
Motor vehicle owner information, requests by attorneys, notice requirements: HB 1308, SB 5182, * SSB 5182, CH 232 (2013)
Practice of law, requiring that all regulatory and other functions reside in supreme court: HJR 4205
Prosecuting attorneys, disposition of criminal cases, criminal history record information compliance audits to research: HB 1531, * SB 5466, CH 62 (2013)
Prosecuting attorneys, service of petition for release by criminally insane upon: SB 5617
Right to counsel, commemorating 50th anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright: * HR 4638 (2013), * SR 8638 (2013)
Sexually violent predators in secure facilities, attorneys representing, exemption from certain prohibitions against introducing contraband: * SHB 1836, CH 43 (2013), SSB 5404
Trustees for deeds of trust, including attorneys, requiring registration of: SB 5840
Workers' compensation claims, appeals, fixing of attorney's fees: HB 1354
AUDIOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGISTS  (See HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS)
AVIATION  (See AERONAUTICS)