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

BACKGROUND CHECKS  (See FIREARMS)
BAGS  (See SALES; SOLID WASTE)
BAIL AND BAIL BONDS  BAIL AND BAIL BONDS RSS Feed
               
Agents, general power of attorney in bail bond contracts: * HB 1022, CH 73 (2016)
Forfeitures, limited exoneration when extradition declined: HB 1312, SHB 1312
Surety treatment bonds, authorizing use by therapeutic or specialty courts: SB 6556
Surety's bond, surrender of person: HB 2462, SB 6403
BANKS AND BANKING  (See FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS; FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, DEPARTMENT)
BARBERING  (See PROFESSIONS)
BEEF COMMISSION  (See AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT)
BEER AND BREWERIES  (See ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES)
BEES  (See AGRICULTURE)
BEES AND BEEKEEPERS  (See AGRICULTURE; TAX PREFERENCES - EXEMPTIONS, CREDITS, DEDUCTIONS, DEFERRALS, ETC.)
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH  (See ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE; MENTAL HEALTH)
BEVERAGES AND BEVERAGE CONTAINERS  (See ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS; SALES)
BICYCLES  BICYCLES RSS Feed
               
Intersections, stopping and proceeding through red light, allowing, conditions: SB 5438, * SSB 5438, CH 32 (2015)
Outdoor recreation, bicycling as, for purposes of landowner liability provisions: SB 6384
BIOMETRIC IDENTIFIERS  (See IDENTIFICATION)
BIRDS  (See AGRICULTURE; HUNTING; WILDLIFE)
BIRTH CONTROL  (See HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC; WOMEN)
BLIND  BLIND RSS Feed
               (See also BLIND, STATE SCHOOL FOR THE; DISABILITIES, PERSONS WITH)
Nonprofit agencies for the blind, procurement from, by public agencies: * HB 2398, CH 40 (2016)
BLIND, STATE SCHOOL FOR THE  BLIND, STATE SCHOOL FOR THE RSS Feed
               (See also BLIND)
Teachers and staff, raising base salaries for, allocations: HB 2472, SB 6241
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS  (See STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS)
BOATS AND BOATING  BOATS AND BOATING RSS Feed
               (See also COMMERCIAL VESSELS AND SHIPPING)
Adventuress, historic schooner, as on-the-water education platform, honoring: * SR 8732 (2016)
Derelict vessel prevention programs, funding from derelict vessel removal account: HB 1256
Floating homes and on-water residences, sale by real estate broker: * HB 1309, CH 133 (2015)
Marinas, public, city aquatic lands management agreement for operation of: HB 1306
Moorage facilities, city- or county-owned, use fee imposition and liability immunity: SB 5022, SSB 5022
Moorage facilities, in island counties, using county road fund moneys for: * EHB 1868, CH 223 (2015)
Moorage facilities, insurance requirement for mooring at, exemption for legacy commercial ocean vessels: HB 1435
Moorage facilities, use charges imposition and liability immunity: HB 1292
Owner information, disclosure, when: * EHB 1409, CH 80 (2016), SB 5397, SSB 5397
Permits, nonresident entity-owned vessels, state waters permit and sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1681, SB 5878, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Recreational vessels, large, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2456, SB 5762
Vessel registration, exemption, low-wattage-propulsion-machinery vessels, when: SB 6120, * SSB 6120, CH 114 (2016)
Vessel registration, service fee, provisions: HB 2159, ESB 5416, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Vessel reports of sale, after filing, department of licensing duties: * EHB 2190, CH 148 (2015)
Vessel titles, quick title service fee paid to subagent, apportionment: * SHB 1157, CH 1 (2015), SSB 5025
BOILERS AND UNFIRED PRESSURE VESSELS  BOILERS AND UNFIRED PRESSURE VESSELS RSS Feed
               
Energy assessments for boilers and process heaters, when: HB 1095, SHB 1095, * E2SHB 1095, CH 19 (2015)
Miniature hobby boilers, exemption from certain requirements: SB 5234, SSB 5234
BONDS  BONDS RSS Feed
               (See also BAIL AND BAIL BONDS)
Bond authorization statutes, inactive or obsolete: * EHB 1859, CH 4 (2015), SB 5723
Bonds, state and local government authority to invest in: HB 1462, SB 5390
Debt, state, calculation of working debt, working debt service, and new bond appropriations limits: SB 5981, SSB 5981
General obligation bonds, as part of designated disaster area public works financing: HB 2551, SB 6316, SSB 6316, 2SSB 6316
General obligation bonds, for certain higher education capital projects, decodifying statutes: * HB 1961, CH 55 (2015), SB 5977
General obligation bonds, for flood risk reduction and habitat restoration project financing: HB 2614
General obligation bonds, for school facilities to support all-day kindergarten and K-3 class size reduction: SB 6080
General obligation bonds, in connection with state land improvement financing area creation: * HB 2842, CH 192 (2016), SB 6580
General obligation bonds, proceeds for capital and operating budget projects: HB 1166, * ESHB 1166, CH 37 (2015), SB 5095
General obligation bonds, proceeds for transportation budget projects: HB 1298, SHB 1298, SB 5361, SB 5989, * ESSB 5989, CH 45 (2015)
Investment authority and options of public entities, modifying provisions: HB 2936, SHB 2936, * ESB 6349, CH 152 (2016), SB 6596
Passenger-only ferry service districts, general obligation and revenue bonds: HB 1221, SHB 1221, HB 1300, SB 5242, SB 5358, SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Private activity bonds, allocation of, for housing and student loans: HB 2585, SHB 2585, SB 6342, * SSB 6342, CH 18 (2016) V, SB 6682
School district bonds, requiring simple majority to authorize: HB 1941, HJR 4210
Tacoma Narrows bridge, construction bond obligations, civil penalty revenue use for: HB 2141
Transportation purposes, bonds issued for, disallowing payment of taxes with proceeds: HB 1358
BORDER AREA MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL AND SPECIAL TAXES  (See TAXES - BORDER AREA MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL AND SPECIAL FUEL)
BRIDGES  (See ROADS AND HIGHWAYS)
BUDGETS  BUDGETS RSS Feed
               (See also ECONOMIC AND REVENUE FORECAST COUNCIL)
Adoption of any biennial budget after regular session, legislator campaign contributions when: SB 6137
Balanced budget requirements, constitutional amendment to reject initiatives when not complying with: HJR 4204, SJR 8201
Balanced budget, constitutional amendments to require: HJR 4209, SJR 8213
Balanced budget, operating, including certain school levies in four-year outlook "projected maintenance level": HB 3006
Balanced budget, operating, use of certain deposits to budget stabilization account for purposes of: HB 2995
Balanced budget, requirement for, removing basic education enhancements exception to: HB 2219
Budgets, certain amendments to, sixty percent vote of senate, when: * ESR 8658 (2015)
Capital budget, major facility projects funded by, nonprofit corporation exemption from LEED standards for: HB 1827
Capital budget, restoring resources by increasing deposits to certain accounts: HB 1992
Capital budget, restoring resources by reducing deposits to education legacy trust account: HB 1661, HB 1992
Capital purposes, constitutional amendment requiring debt proceeds be spent only for capital purposes: HJR 4209
Capital, 2015-2017: SB 5097
Capital, 2015-2017 and supplemental 2015: * 2EHB 1115, CH 3 (2015) PV
Capital, biennial requests by agencies, document for projects, modifying requirements: HB 1532, SB 5562
Capital, emergency drought response appropriations for 2015 supplemental and 2015-2017 budgets: SB 6125
Capital, emergency drought response appropriations for capital projects: ESSB 6125
Capital, general obligation bond proceeds for capital projects: HB 1166, * ESHB 1166, CH 37 (2015), SB 5095
Capital, one-month continuity of government appropriations: SSB 6051
Capital, supplemental 2015 and capital 2015-2017: * 2EHB 1115, CH 3 (2015) PV
Capital, supplemental, 2015: HB 1116, SB 5096
Capital, supplemental, 2016: HB 2380, * ESHB 2380, CH 35 (2016) PV, SB 6201, ESSB 6201
Carbon pollution market and competitiveness certificate programs, creation and appropriations: SB 6121
Continuity of government budget appropriations, one-month: SSB 6051
Education, K-12 appropriations, basic education funding to be determined in omnibus appropriations act: SB 6079
Education, K-12 appropriations, passing as separate legislation by specified dates: HB 1001
Expenditures by state, repealing state expenditure limit: HB 2218
Expenditures by state, suspending state expenditure limit to amply fund basic education: * EHB 2267, CH 29 (2015)
Fee increases, simple majority vote by legislature, prohibiting approval in omnibus appropriations act: SB 6604
Fiscal analysis, nonpartisan agency for, work group to consider establishing: HB 1643, SB 5667
Forecasts, economic and revenue, on same date during all legislative sessions: HB 1477, SB 5064
Governor, budget submittal, K-12 basic education: HB 1001
Governor, operating budget documents, baseline revenue estimate and impact of current tax preferences: HB 2666
Jones, Steve, senior budget counsel, senate ways and means committee, honoring: * SR 8736 (2016)
One-month continuity of government budget appropriations, operating and capital: SSB 6051
Operating, 2015-2017: HB 1106, SB 5077
Operating, 2015-2017 and supplemental 2015: ESHB 1106, 2SHB 1106, ESSB 5077, SSB 6050, * ESSB 6052, CH 4 (2015) PV
Operating, biennial requests by agencies, proposed information technology expenditures, requirements: HB 2125
Operating, general obligation bond proceeds for projects: HB 1166, * ESHB 1166, CH 37 (2015), SB 5095
Operating, medicaid family planning stand-alone coverage, impact on allotments for health care authority: HB 2285
Operating, omnibus appropriations act, basic education funding to be determined in: SB 6079
Operating, omnibus appropriations act, to include tax expenditure budget: HB 1239, SB 5492
Operating, one-month continuity of government appropriations: SSB 6051
Operating, supplemental 2015: HB 1105, * SHB 1105, CH 3 (2015), SB 5076
Operating, supplemental 2015 and operating 2015-2017: ESHB 1106, 2SHB 1106, ESSB 5077, SSB 6050, * ESSB 6052, CH 4 (2015) PV
Operating, supplemental 2016: HB 2376, * 2ESHB 2376, CH 36 (2016) PV, SB 6246, ESSB 6246
Preferences, generally, repealing all existing and expiring all new, unless individually appropriated for: HB 2665
Revenue growth, extraordinary, transferring from budget stabilization account to general fund: HB 2223, HB 2268, * EHB 2286, CH 2 (2015)
Review of agency requests and governor's proposal using zero-based budget review process: HB 2656, SB 6423
State budget outlook work group, outlook prepared by, requirements: SB 5279
Transportation, 2015-2017: HB 1299, SB 5360
Transportation, 2015-2017 and supplemental 2013-2015: * 2ESHB 1299, CH 10 (2015) PV
Transportation, additive budget, 2015-2017: SB 5988, * 2ESSB 5988, CH 43 (2015) PV
Transportation, coordinating authorization of 1063 block replacement project with budget: SB 5886
Transportation, general obligation bond proceeds for projects: HB 1298, SHB 1298, SB 5361, SB 5989, * ESSB 5989, CH 45 (2015)
Transportation, supplemental 2013-2015: HB 1297, SB 5359
Transportation, supplemental 2013-2015 and transportation 2015-2017: * 2ESHB 1299, CH 10 (2015) PV
Transportation, supplemental 2015-2017: HB 2524, * ESHB 2524, CH 14 (2016) PV, SB 6307, SSB 6307
BUILDING CODE COUNCIL  BUILDING CODE COUNCIL RSS Feed
               
Above-ground used oil collection tanks, transferring duties to council: HB 1310, SB 5271
Building code, substantial amendments to, six-year time frame: SB 5185
Council members, modifying provisions: HB 2841, SHB 2841, SB 6525, ESSB 6525
Council, administration and operations of, legislative task force on, establishing: HB 2841, SHB 2841, SB 6525, ESSB 6525
Efficiency, standards for toilets, water closets, and urinals, council adoption: HB 2430, ESHB 2430
Energy code, adoption and amendment of, council role in procedures for: HB 1289, SB 5804, ESSB 5804
Energy code, counties in climate zones, prohibiting changes by council: * HB 1011, CH 11 (2015)
Energy code, substantial amendments to, six-year time frame: SB 5185
Plumbing code, international, adoption of: HB 2508, SB 6226
Smoke detection devices, transferring certain duties from state patrol to council: HB 1310, SB 5271
Wildland urban interface code, international, council adoption by reference: HB 2303, SHB 2303
BUILDING CODES AND PERMITS  BUILDING CODES AND PERMITS RSS Feed
               
Alternatives to certain state building code requirements, county and city authority to adopt, when: HB 2932
Building code, exemption for innovative housing, when: HB 2676
Building code, substantial amendments to, six-year time frame: SB 5185
Buildings, four or more stories high, application of code to: * SB 5139, CH 226 (2015)
Code officials, apprenticeship and training program: HB 1387, SB 5882
Efficiency, standards for toilets, water closets, and urinals, including adoption: HB 2430, ESHB 2430
Electrical code, exemptions for certain work, when: HB 1609, SB 5846, SSB 5846
Energy code, adoption and amendment of, procedures for: HB 1289, SB 5804, ESSB 5804
Energy code, counties in climate zones, changes of, prohibitions: * HB 1011, CH 11 (2015)
Energy code, substantial amendments to, six-year time frame: SB 5185
Energy, buildings' use of, energy benchmarking program provisions: HB 1278, SHB 1278, 2SHB 1278
Lumber grading and stamping requirements, building code enforcement official waiver of: HB 1153
Permits, applications for, collecting information concerning unregistered contractors not paying taxes: SHB 2269, SB 6138
Permits, residential and nonresidential buildings, fees and surcharge for deposit in building code council account: SB 6525
Permits, residential and nonresidential buildings, fees for deposit in building code council account: HB 1234, SHB 1234, SB 5183
Permits, single-family residential construction, impact fees, deferred collection of, when: * ESB 5923, CH 241 (2015)
Permits, temporary surcharge, imposing and depositing into building code council account: HB 2841, SHB 2841
Plumbing code, exemptions for certain work, when: HB 1609, SB 5846, SSB 5846
Plumbing code, international, adoption of: HB 2508, SB 6226
Residential buildings, single-family, minimum dimensions of habitable spaces: EHB 1123
Vested rights doctrine, preserving common law interpretation and application: HB 1394, HB 2062, ESB 5921
Water reliance, proof of, for building permit recipients, application process for: SB 6584
Water supply, risk assessment of possible impacts to, as part of building permit application, when: SB 6012
Wildland urban interface code, international, adoption: HB 2303, SHB 2303, SHB 2579
Wildland urban interface code, international, incentivizing adoption by high wildfire risk counties: SB 6632, SSB 6632
BUILDINGS, STATE  BUILDINGS, STATE RSS Feed
               (See also CAPITOL CAMPUS, STATE)
Art, for public buildings, eliminating purchases with public building construction appropriations: SB 5190
BURNING  (See AIR QUALITY AND POLLUTION)
BUSES  (See MOTOR VEHICLES; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS; TRANSPORTATION)
BUSINESS AND OCCUPATION TAX  (See TAXES - BUSINESS AND OCCUPATION)
BUSINESSES  BUSINESSES RSS Feed
               (See also ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT; CORPORATIONS; DISCRIMINATION; ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS; HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS; INDIANS; LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES; MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE; PARTNERSHIPS; TAX PREFERENCES - EXEMPTIONS, CREDITS, DEDUCTIONS, DEFERRALS, ETC.; TOWING AND TOW TRUCKS; WAGES AND HOURS)
Adult entertainment establishments, sexually oriented live, admission fee: HB 2530, SHB 2530, SB 6484
Amusement services, simplifying taxation: * HB 1550, CH 169 (2015)
Asphalt production facilities, notice of construction order of approval, updated: HB 2385
Assistance programs and services, consolidating through creation of office for regulatory innovation and assistance: SB 6669, SSB 6669
Auto malls, directional signs on state highways, authorizing DOT installation, when: HB 2555, SB 6468
Automotive dealers and repair facilities, records in electronic form, retaining: HB 2512, SB 6326, * SSB 6326, CH 16 (2016) V
Beekeepers, tax preferences: SB 5017, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Biometric identifiers, attaining and using for commercial purposes and disclosing, requirements, prohibitions, and actions: HB 1094, 2ESHB 1094
Canine kenneling and boarding facilities, on land zoned for agriculture: HB 2735
Car rental and sharing companies, discover pass bulk sales to and agency partnerships with: SB 6140
Car rental businesses, vehicle license cost recovery fee charged by: * HB 2322, CH 18 (2016)
Car rental businesses, violations applicable to rental cars, renter responsibility, when: * SB 5100, CH 189 (2015)
Charter party and excursion service carriers, regulation of, various provisions: HB 1882, SHB 1882, SB 5362, * SSB 5362, CH 233 (2015)
Cigar lounge or retail tobacconist shop, retail license endorsement for, requirements: HB 1296, SHB 1296, SB 5917
Collection agencies, account level documentation, agency personal review of, requirements: SB 6649
Collection agencies, credit card payment transaction fees: SHB 1054, SSB 5222
Collection agencies, debt collection legal actions, service of summons and complaint, when: SB 6628
Collection agencies, electronic payment transaction fees: HB 1054, SB 5222
Collection agencies, medical liens, authority for use and requirements: HB 1503, * SHB 1503, CH 201 (2015)
Collection agencies, recouping local homeless housing and assistance document-recording surcharge, when: HB 1649, SB 5536
Commercial transportation services providers, regulating of: ESHB 2131, * HB 2516, CH 21 (2016), HB 2733, * ESSB 5550, CH 236 (2015), SB 6444
Computer data centers, eligible server equipment installed in, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2011, SB 5827, SSB 5827, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Consumer reporting agencies, consumer credit report security freeze, requesting: HB 2859, * SHB 2859, CH 135 (2016)
Consumer reporting agencies, prohibiting eviction records in reports, when: HB 1460, SB 5376, SSB 5376
Contracts, entered into and canceled over internet: HB 1099
Cottage food operations, adding certain candies to list of foods: * HB 1622, CH 203 (2015)
Cottage food operations, maximum sales limit for permit: HB 1742, * SB 5603, CH 196 (2015)
Cottage food operations, tetrahydrocannabinol concentration in product ingredients: * HB 1622, CH 203 (2015)
Credit reports, consumer security freeze, requesting: HB 2859, * SHB 2859, CH 135 (2016)
Credit reports, prohibiting eviction records in, when: HB 1460, SB 5376, SSB 5376
Crowdfunding donations, via online fundraising portal, tax exemptions for rewards received for: HB 2655, SHB 2655
Data, sale of smart metering system data, tax on persons receiving income from: HB 2119
Debt adjusting services, various provisions: HB 1283, * SHB 1283, CH 167 (2015), HB 1488, HB 1489, HB 1490, SB 5485, SSB 5485
Debt management services, regulating: HB 1489
Debt settlement services, licensure of providers: ESSB 5321
Debt settlement services, registration of providers: HB 1398, SB 5321
Disadvantaged business enterprise advisory committee, creating within transportation commission: SB 6180
Economic gardening pilot project, creating within department of commerce: * ESB 6100, CH 212 (2016)
Electronic signatures and records, broader use of, authorizing: HB 1920, SHB 1920, SB 5810, * ESSB 5810, CH 72 (2015)
Employment agencies or directories, repealing most provisions and prohibiting prospective employee fee: SB 6522
Employment agencies, repealing employment agency act: SB 5007
Equine boarding facilities, on land zoned for agriculture: HB 2735
Exchange facilitators and facilitator companies, regulation of: HB 2916
Excursion service and charter party carriers, regulation of, various provisions: HB 1882, SHB 1882, SB 5362, * SSB 5362, CH 233 (2015)
Farmers markets, sales by wineries, microbreweries, or craft distilleries: SB 5353, SSB 5353
Farmers markets, serving spirits samples, endorsement for: HB 1976
Farmers markets, spirits sales by distilleries and craft distilleries: HB 1976, SHB 1976, SB 5353, SSB 5353, * E2SSB 5353, CH 194 (2015)
Farmers markets, wine and beer samples at, wineries and microbreweries offering: HB 2641, SB 6390
Fast-food establishments, noncompetition agreements, voiding: HB 2406
Financial information of consumers, data breach notification by businesses: HB 1078, * ESHB 1078, CH 64 (2015), SB 5047
Fire suppression resource contractors, use by DNR: HB 1509
Firearms, transportation or storage in private vehicle, lawful, business policy prohibiting, to be unlawful: HB 2951
Fishing guides, commercial license for, when employer-purchased: * HB 1232, CH 103 (2015)
Fishing guides, food and game fish guide and salmon and nonsalmon charter boat operator combination license, creating: * SSB 5824, CH 97 (2015) PV
Fishing guides, food or game fish or chartering, licensing requirements and violations: SB 5824, * SSB 5824, CH 97 (2015) PV
Floral or ornamental products businesses, misrepresenting geographic location: * EHB 1422, CH 168 (2015)
Floral products businesses, misrepresenting geographic location on web site: SB 5224
Food establishments, college on-campus, student use of electronic benefit transfer cards at: HB 1820, SB 5794
Food processing, B&O tax preferences, extending expiration dates: HB 1823, SB 5698, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Food service, time-temperature standards, Asian rice-based noodles and Korean rice cakes: HB 2744, * SB 6398, CH 20 (2016) V
Food trucks, beer and/or wine license for: HB 1108
For hire vehicles, persons owning or leasing, industrial insurance provisions: HB 1821, SB 5710
For hire vehicles, surety bonds and liability insurance, state regulatory preemption: HB 2733
Government, business interactions with, one-stop integrated system for: SB 6222
Grocery stores, on-tap cider and beer sales, endorsement for certain licensees, conditions: HB 1198, SHB 1198, SB 5280, * SSB 5280, CH 192 (2015)
Income share agreements, with higher education students, origination regulation and originator licensing: HB 1923, SHB 1923
Internet companies, including security and cloud, sales to gaming companies outside the state: HB 2723
Investment income B&O tax deduction for certain businesses, eliminating: HB 1483
Investment management services, international, preferential B&O tax rate for, eliminating: HB 2996
Legal service contractors and plans, regulation of: HB 1177, SB 5412
Licensing, business licensing service, disclosure of information for commercial purposes, prohibiting: SB 6438, SSB 6438
Licensing, local business tax and licensing simplification task force, establishing: * EHB 2959, CH 55 (2016)
Life alert services, contact information for subscribers, providing to first responders: SB 5346
Limousine operators owning or leasing vehicle, industrial insurance provisions: HB 1821, SB 5710
Locksmith services, regulation of: HB 1064, SHB 1064, SB 5296, * SSB 5296, CH 28 (2015)
Log transportation businesses, public utility tax credit, when: SB 6121
Marijuana, businesses, product traceability and operations information disclosure exemption, when: HB 2584, * SHB 2584, CH 178 (2016), ESB 6207
Marijuana, common carrier transportation of, rules for licensing: HB 1776, SHB 2136, * 2E2SHB 2136, CH 4 (2015), HB 2162, SB 5051, SSB 5051, SB 6136
Marijuana, comprehensive marijuana market reform, regulation and taxation: SHB 2136, * 2E2SHB 2136, CH 4 (2015), SB 6136
Marijuana, delivery, retailer license endorsement pilot program: HB 2368, SHB 2368
Marijuana, legal market for, facilitating through youth protection, crime reduction, and collateral education funding act: HB 2998
Marijuana, licensing of businesses, entities holding certificate of authority: HB 2364, SHB 2364, 2SHB 2364
Marijuana, marijuana clubs, legalizing, when: SB 6375
Marijuana, marijuana clubs, prohibition: * 2E2SHB 2136, CH 4 (2015), SB 6136
Marijuana, marijuana lounges, retailer's license endorsement for: HB 2693
Marijuana, plants, sale by licensed producers to cooperatives: * HB 2520, CH 170 (2016), SB 6304
Marijuana, producers and processors, personal services and promotional items for retailers: HB 2802, SHB 2802, SB 6341, * SSB 6341, CH 17 (2016) V
Marijuana, recreational businesses, creating Washington publicly owned trust as sole depository for: SB 5971
Marijuana, recreational businesses, excise tax and revenues, provisions: HB 1412, HB 1414, HB 2008, SHB 2136, * 2E2SHB 2136, CH 4 (2015), HB 2162, SB 5417, SSB 5417, SB 6136
Marijuana, recreational businesses, marijuana tax reform: HB 2008
Marijuana, recreational businesses, minors entering or being served by retailers, crimes related to: HB 2522, SB 6302
Marijuana, recreational businesses, miscellaneous provisions: HB 2008, SHB 2136, * 2E2SHB 2136, CH 4 (2015), HB 2162, SB 5417, SSB 5417, SB 6136
Marijuana, recreational businesses, prohibiting, process and conditions: HB 1412, HB 1438, SHB 1438, HB 2162
Marijuana, recreational businesses, retail outlet unsellable marijuana disposal: * HB 2521, CH 171 (2016), SB 6303
Marijuana, recreational businesses, retailer authority to sell marijuana merchandise: HB 2365
Marijuana, recreational businesses, siting of: HB 1335, HB 1411, HB 1413, HB 1907, SHB 2136, * 2E2SHB 2136, CH 4 (2015), HB 2162, SB 5417, SSB 5417, SB 5450, SB 5572, SB 6136
Marijuana, recreational businesses, vending machines or drive through, prohibition: * 2E2SHB 2136, CH 4 (2015), SB 5903, SB 6136
Marijuana, regulation of, state preemption of production, processing, and retail sale regulation: HB 2998
Marijuana, research facilities, siting of: * 2E2SHB 2136, CH 4 (2015), SB 5572, SB 6136
Marijuana, retail sale, excise taxation, decreasing rate of: HB 2998
Marijuana, retailers with medical endorsement, plant and seed sales to: HB 2696
Marijuana, state cannabis industry and economic development committee, establishing: SB 5858
Meat facilities, custom, annual custom meat license for: HB 1522
Medical businesses, medical liens, authority for use and requirements: HB 1503, * SHB 1503, CH 201 (2015)
Monitoring agencies, for electronic home detention monitoring, requirements: SB 5766, SSB 5766
Monitoring agencies, for electronic monitoring of criminal offenders, requirements: * EHB 1943, CH 287 (2015)
Movers, local rural license, creating: SB 5669
Music licensing agencies, regulating: HB 1763, SHB 1763, * E2SHB 1763, CH 38 (2016)
Music, performing rights societies, regulating: * E2SHB 1763, CH 38 (2016)
Networking services, excluding providers from gambling information transmissions prohibitions, when: SB 6566
New businesses, B&O tax credit: SB 5339
New businesses, B&O tax deferral: SSB 5339
Noncompetition agreements, voiding, when: HB 1577, HB 1926, HB 2406, HB 2931, SB 6625
Opportunity, certificates of restoration of, comprehensive provisions: HB 1553, * 2ESHB 1553, CH 81 (2016)
Organizations, uniform business organizations code--general provisions, creating: * SB 5387, CH 176 (2015)
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Mike Kluse, recognizing and honoring: * SR 8615 (2015)
Parking businesses, commercial, parking charges imposed by, conditions: EHB 1443
Parking businesses, commercial, passenger-only ferry district parking tax on: HB 1221, SHB 1221, HB 1300, SB 5242, SB 5358, SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Parking, nonresidential facilities, local legislative authority imposition of tax on provision of: HB 2186
Patents, bad faith assertions of infringement, prohibitions and actions: HB 1092, SHB 1092, SB 5059, * SSB 5059, CH 108 (2015)
Pawnbrokers, fees and interest rates: HB 1176, * ESB 5616, CH 294 (2015)
Personal emergency response services, contact information for subscribers, providing to first responders: * ESSB 5346, CH 30 (2015)
Physical fitness services, simplifying taxation: * HB 1550, CH 169 (2015)
Professional service corporations, outstanding shares holders' eligibility to be director, officer, or shareholder: SB 6411, SSB 6411
Protection product guarantee providers, registration and regulation provisions: HB 2355, ESHB 2355, SB 6309, * ESSB 6309, CH 224 (2016)
Radio and television broadcasting, B&O tax provisions, modifying: HB 1689, SHB 1689, HB 1796, SB 5641
Recreation services, simplifying taxation: * HB 1550, CH 169 (2015)
Regulatory and business requirements, developing business assistance materials concerning: SB 6221, SB 6669, SSB 6669
Regulatory innovation and assistance, office, creating: SB 6223, SSB 6223, SB 6669, SSB 6669
Remote sellers, nexus within state, when deemed to have for certain sales and B&O tax purposes: HB 1678, SHB 1678, SHB 2269, SB 5541, SSB 5541, * ESSB 6138, CH 5 (2015)
Resorts, master planned, forest practices applications for timber harvesting within: HB 2308
Restaurants, Mexico Lindo Restaurant, recognizing Roberto Gonzalez in connection with: * SR 8660 (2015)
Restaurants, pilot program for youth interns: HB 1446
Restaurants, preferential spirits and wine pricing for, authorizing, conditions: HB 2577, SB 6324
Retail and service businesses, employees working on Thanksgiving day, employer and wage requirements: HB 1694
Retail stores, customer identification information, prohibiting copying during transaction, when: HB 1212, SHB 1212
Sawmills and planing mills, B&O tax credit, when: SB 6121
School service providers, via online service or site or mobile application, requirements: HB 1495, ESHB 1495, * ESB 5419, CH 277 (2015)
Service contract providers, registration and regulation provisions: HB 2355, ESHB 2355, SB 6309, * ESSB 6309, CH 224 (2016)
Signature gatherers, entities that compensate, disclosure requirements: HB 1463, SB 5375
Small businesses, B&O tax deferral program for: HB 1861
Small businesses, former association health plan and certain current coverage, B&O tax credit for cost difference: HB 2118
Small businesses, microbusiness, minibusiness, and small business enhancement program, establishing: SHB 2050
Small businesses, modifying excise tax filing threshold: SB 5043, SSB 5043
Small businesses, small business enhancement program, creating: HB 2050
Small businesses, task force on state and local regulations that affect small businesses with fifty or fewer employees, establishing: SB 6033, SSB 6033
Small businesses, Washington small business retirement marketplace, creating: HB 2109, SHB 2109, SB 5826, * ESSB 5826, CH 296 (2015)
Small, small business tax credit, increasing: SB 6216
Sole proprietor businesses, health care issuer acceptance of payment from, second-party payment process, conditions: SHB 2904
Storage facilities, self-service, personal property lien notices: HB 1043, * SHB 1043, CH 13 (2015), HB 2305, SB 5009, SSB 5009, * SB 6148, CH 6 (2016) V
Subscriptions, product, means of cancellation of product subscriptions, requiring parity: SB 5530
Tax relief and exemption for certain businesses, providing living wage through new rates and: SB 6029
Taxicab companies, surety bonds and liability insurance, state regulatory preemption: HB 2733
Taxicab operators owning or leasing vehicle, industrial insurance provisions: HB 1821, SB 5710
Television and radio broadcasting, B&O tax provisions, modifying: HB 1689, SHB 1689, HB 1796, SB 5641
Ticket brokers and resellers, online, disclosure requirements: HB 1494, SB 5580
Ticket sellers, internet web sites of, selling software to interfere with: HB 2699
Ticket sellers, internet web sites of, using or selling software to interfere with: * EHB 1091, CH 129 (2015)
Ticket sellers, internet web sites of, using software to interfere with: SB 5456
Transportation network companies, regulating of: SB 5550
Transportation services providers, commercial, regulating of: ESHB 2131, HB 2733, * ESSB 5550, CH 236 (2015), SB 6444
Travel agents, preferential B&O tax rate, eliminating: HB 2224, HB 2996
Veteran-owned businesses, maximum participation in state procurement contracts, provisions: SB 6034
Veterans, businesses hiring, tax credits for: HB 1241, SB 5042, SSB 5042, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Veterans, businesses prioritizing employment of, commending: * SR 8680 (2015)
Veterans, hiring, campaign to increase, including database of participants: HB 2040, SHB 2040, * 2SHB 2040, CH 57 (2015)
Violations by business, agency to allow time for correcting violations: HB 1371