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

FAMILY LIFE  (See DOMESTIC RELATIONS)
FARMS AND FARMING  FARMS AND FARMING RSS Feed
               (See also AGRICULTURE; FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS; LIVESTOCK)
Berry growing operations, commercial, outdoor burning of pruning waste: SB 6178
Cowboy, national day of the, recognizing as state legal holiday: SB 5540
Dairy farms, discharging to groundwater, general permit issuance and program for: HB 2840, SB 6568, SSB 6568
Dairy farms, nutrients produced by, dairy products commission duties: * HB 2634, CH 101 (2016), SB 6343
Dairy farms, safety and health standards and employee training, including violations: HB 2484, SHB 2484
Dairy workers, Washington's, honoring: * SR 8694 (2016)
Dropout prevention through farm engagement pilot project, establishing: HB 1568
Employees, farm internship pilot project, adding additional counties and expiration date: HB 2600, SB 5937
Farm-to-school program, appropriating funds for: SB 6039
Farmers and ranchers special license plates, creating: HB 2017, * SHB 2017, CH 36 (2016)
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
Farmlands, preservation, using certain account funds for riparian purposes: HB 2352
Personal property of farmer, removing auction farm location restriction for tax exemptions: HB 2571
Small farm direct marketing assistance program, appropriating funds for: SB 6039
FERRIES  FERRIES RSS Feed
               (See also LABOR; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES)
Advisory committees, Vashon island committee, appointment of members: * EHB 2745, CH 25 (2016)
Construction of ferry vessels, capital vessel replacement account, certain vehicle-related fees deposited in: HB 2739, HB 2762, SB 6373
Construction of ferry vessels, design-build purchasing and other requirements: SB 5992, * 2ESSB 5992, CH 14 (2015)
Construction of ferry vessels, design-build, bidding requirements: HB 2240
Construction of ferry vessels, new for certain routes, repealing provision: HB 2240
County ferry districts, in portion of county, creation and vessel replacement surcharge: HB 2344, SHB 2344
County-owned ferry systems, deficit reimbursement agreements with: HB 1318, * SB 5307, CH 230 (2015)
Employees, ferry, collective bargaining agreements, digital copy submission: ESB 5854
Employees, ferry, collective bargaining for certain contracts by employee organizations and certain persons: HB 2078
Employees, ferry, collective bargaining to be considered as open public meetings: HB 2829, SB 6126, SSB 6126
Employees, ferry, collective bargaining to be open public meetings: HB 2490, SSB 5329
Employees, ferry, collective bargaining unit representatives, periodic certification elections: SSB 6410
Natural gas, liquefied, use in ferry system, requirements: SB 5426
Passenger-only ferry service districts, creating and funding: HB 1221, SHB 1221, HB 1300, SB 5242, SB 5358, SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Regional transportation planning organizations, counties with ferry terminals forming: * HB 2815, CH 27 (2016)
Transportation projects and activities, shoreline management act local review exemption for DOT: HB 1850, SHB 1850, E2SHB 1850
Vessels and terminals, flags flown on, limiting: HB 2702
Vessels and terminals, permissible work by state forces on, monetary threshold: HB 1844, * ESHB 1844, CH 282 (2015)
FILMS  (See MOTION PICTURES)
FINANCE COMMITTEE, STATE  FINANCE COMMITTEE, STATE RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; BONDS)
Fiscal agents, state, designation, appointment, and duties of, committee role: * HB 2741, CH 105 (2016), SB 6397
Public deposit protection commission, public depositaries: HB 2640, SHB 2640
Public deposit protection commission, public depositaries and deposits: * ESB 6349, CH 152 (2016)
FINANCIAL AID  (See COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES; STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, OFFICE OF)
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS  FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS RSS Feed
               (See also CHECKS AND CHECK CASHING; CREDIT UNIONS; FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, DEPARTMENT; LOANS; MORTGAGES AND MORTGAGE BROKERS; SECURITIES)
Banking records, personal, restricting special inquiry judge subpoena power: HB 2570
Banking, requesting that Congress reinstate commercial and investment functions separation: SJM 8005
Banks, community, narrowing real estate loan interest income B&O tax deduction to include only: HB 2991
Banks, qualifying, expanding first mortgage interest B&O tax deduction for: HB 1543, SB 5475
Check cashing, payor payment when payee has no account at institution, requiring without fee: SB 5612
Depositaries and deposits, public, modifying provisions: * ESB 6349, CH 152 (2016)
Depositaries, public, modifying provisions: HB 2640, SHB 2640
Financial information, disclosure: HB 1980, * ESHB 1980, CH 224 (2015) PV, SB 6020
Firms, investment or loan interest of, reporting code for and taxes from, depositing in education legacy trust account: HB 2201
Fiscal agents, state, designation, appointment, and duties of: * HB 2741, CH 105 (2016), SB 6397
International banking facilities, B&O tax exemption for, repealing: HB 2993
Investment management services, international, preferential B&O tax rate for, eliminating: HB 2996
Investment trust, Washington, creating: HB 2967, SB 5553
Linked deposit program, general rule-making authority for: HB 1415, SB 5255
Linked deposit program, simplifying rule-making for: SB 5341
Linked deposit program, specific rule-making authority for: SHB 1415, SSB 5255
Overdraft fees, continuous beyond initial fee, prohibiting: SB 5611
Payroll cards, restricting fees for use, requirements for issuing institutions: HB 2505, SHB 2505
Public bank, Washington state, creating for public school construction and repair: SB 6093
Publicly owned trust, Washington, creating: SB 5971
Student loan servicers, licensing and regulation of: SB 6610
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, DEPARTMENT  FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS)
Consumer loans, origination fee for nonreal estate loans, department to monitor impact of removing: HB 2103
Credit unions, department's regulatory enforcement powers, updating: HB 1062, * SB 5300, CH 114 (2015)
Crowdfunding, short-form registration statement for small securities offerings, department to adopt: SB 5683
Debt settlement services act, licensure of providers, department role: ESSB 5321
Debt settlement services act, registration of providers, department role: HB 1398, SB 5321
Exchange facilitators and facilitator companies, regulation of, department role: HB 2916
Income share agreements, with higher education students, originator regulation and licensing, department role: HB 1923, SHB 1923
Mortgage lending, residential, department regulation of: HB 1048, SHB 1048, SB 5299, * SSB 5299, CH 229 (2015)
Securities act of Washington, technical department regulatory changes: HB 2316, SHB 2316, SB 6283, * SSB 6283, CH 61 (2016)
Small business retirement marketplace, role of department: HB 2109, SHB 2109, SB 5826, * ESSB 5826, CH 296 (2015)
Student loan servicers, licensing and regulation of, department role: SB 6610
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE RSS Feed
               (See also PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; SENTENCING GUIDELINES COMMISSION)
Bistate megaproject, action by office when not fully funded: HB 1406, SB 5116
Boards and commissions, state, gender composition report for, OFM duties: SB 6517
Central services model, work group for reviewing and updating, OFM to convene: * E2SSB 5315, CH 1 (2015)
Chief information officer, office of, transferring duties in OFM to CTSA: HB 1391, SHB 1391, 2SHB 1391, SB 5315, SSB 5315, * E2SSB 5315, CH 1 (2015)
Cities and towns, notice and review processes for annexations, etc., role of office: HB 1250, SHB 1250, SB 5138, SSB 5138
Distributed energy, smart plan for the smart grid study, OFM role: SHB 1912
Education data center, duties in connection with college affordability program: * 2ESSB 5954, CH 36 (2015), SSB 6059
Education data center, four-year institutions performance funding incentive system, establishing, center role: HB 2692
Education data center, posting higher education department-level budgets on data dashboard: HB 1400
Education data center, posting higher education institutions' expenditures on data dashboard: SHB 1400
Fee increases in bills, ten-year cost projections by office, removing requirement for: SB 6186
Fiscal analysis, nonpartisan agency for, work group to consider establishing, office role: HB 1643, SB 5667
Fiscal analysis, objective and impartial, work group to explore establishing nonpartisan agency for, office role: HB 2830, 2ESSB 5915
Fiscal impact statements for ballot measures, office to prepare: HB 1228
Fiscal impact, dynamic fiscal impact statements, instituting, office role: HB 2830, SB 5915, 2ESSB 5915
Fiscal notes for initiatives, office to prepare: HB 1229
Fiscal notes, for legislation concerned with certain issues and fiscal impacts, office role: HB 1643, SB 5667
Fiscal notes, various provisions: HB 2830, SB 5915, 2ESSB 5915
Health care claims database, statewide all-payer, modifying office responsibilities: HB 1437
Health care coverage, affordability and availability for Washington residents, OFM role in studying: HB 1669, SHB 1669, SB 5625
Human resources, DES powers and duties pertaining to, transferring to OFM: * E2SSB 5315, CH 1 (2015)
Legislative fiscal committees, reporting on state agencies' performance to, office duties: SB 5278
Natural resource-related agencies, grant or loan award to federal agency, requirements, OFM role: HB 2480, SHB 2480
Prescription drugs, state agency purchasing and reimbursement guidelines, OFM reporting duties: SB 6593
Psychiatric hospitals, state, increasing function of, OFM role: SHB 2453, E2SHB 2453, * ESSB 6656, CH 37 (2016) PV
Regulatory assistance, office of, renaming as office for regulatory innovation and assistance and adding duties: SSB 6223
Regulatory assistance, office of, renaming as office of regulatory innovation and assistance and adding duties: SB 6223
Regulatory assistance, office of, replacing with office for regulatory innovation and assistance: SB 6669, SSB 6669
Responsibilities of office, nonsubstantive updates and realignments in statutes: HB 1803, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Social service programs, public-private financing through pay-for-success contracts, office role: HB 1501, SHB 1501
State patrol, joint transportation committee study recommendations, studying implementation, OFM role: HB 2872, SHB 2872, * E2SHB 2872, CH 28 (2016)
State patrol, recruiting and retaining commissioned officers, OFM role: HB 2872, SHB 2872, * E2SHB 2872, CH 28 (2016)
Statewide all-payer health care claims database, modifying provisions, OFM role: HB 2363, SB 5084, * ESSB 5084, CH 246 (2015)
Transportation system, state, performance oversight, OFM role: HB 2973, SHB 2973, * SB 6614, CH 35 (2016)
Transportation-related duties, transferring certain duties from OFM to DOT: * E2SSB 5315, CH 1 (2015)
Web site for state compensation and benefits information, when, office role: SSB 5081
Web sites for collective bargaining agreements and state facilities, office role: SB 5081, SSB 5081
Web sites for collective bargaining agreements, office role: SB 6126, SSB 6126
FIRE MARSHAL  (See FIRE PROTECTION)
FIRE PROTECTION  FIRE PROTECTION RSS Feed
               (See also FIREFIGHTERS; NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT)
Alternative fuel source placards, provisions: HB 1310, SB 5271
Burning, forest resiliency burning permits, issuance and requirements: HB 2928
Burning, forest resiliency burning pilot project, DNR to conduct: * ESHB 2928, CH 110 (2016), SSB 6657
Burning, outdoor, restricting as fire prevention measure: HB 2310
Burning, permits for, narrowing grounds for refusing or revoking use of: SB 6511, SSB 6511, SSB 6657
Burning, prescribed burn managers, certification program for, creating: SB 6502, SSB 6502, SB 6511, SSB 6511, SB 6632, SSB 6632, SSB 6657
Burning, prescribed, for silvicultural forest land purposes, updating smoke management plan for: SB 6510, SSB 6510, SB 6632, SSB 6632, SSB 6657
Burning, prescribed, multilingual notices for: SSB 6657
Dispatch operators for fire services, classifying as uniformed personnel for arbitration purposes: HB 1122
Fire investigators, public employee, occupational diseases, presumptions for workers' compensation: HB 1603, HB 2806, SB 6520
Fire marshal Robert W. Marshall, honoring: * SR 8640 (2015)
Fire marshal, prefire mitigation plan, role in adopting: HB 2579, SHB 2579
Fire protection contractor license fund, limiting uses of: HB 2625, SB 6385
Fire protection districts, annexation by approval of voters in adjacent city or town to be annexed: HB 2732, SB 6451
Fire protection districts, annexations and mergers within "reasonable proximity," and other provisions: SB 6635
Fire protection districts, benefit charges: HB 1605, SHB 1605, E2SHB 1605
Fire protection districts, biennial budget authority: HB 1313, * SHB 1313, CH 40 (2015), SB 5182
Fire protection districts, board of fire commissioners for, authority to change electoral system for, when: HB 1745, ESHB 1745, E2SHB 1745, SB 5668
Fire protection districts, employees volunteering for or employed by other district: SB 6250
Fire protection districts, formation, alternative to petition method of: HB 2708, ESHB 2708, SB 6387, SSB 6387
Fire protection districts, formation, including ambulance service, authority for, when: SSB 6387
Fire service mobilization plan, mobilizing risk resources in keeping with: * HB 1389, CH 181 (2015), SB 5181, SSB 6657
Fire sprinkler systems, contractors, credentialing for design and installation: HB 1291
Fire sprinkler systems, multipurpose residential, water-sewer district prohibitions, prohibiting: HB 2503, SHB 2503, SB 6284, * SSB 6284, CH 14 (2016) V
Firefighters, basic training and testing, delivery of: HB 1382, * SHB 1382, CH 43 (2015), SB 5455, SSB 5455
Firefighters, wildland, honoring: * HR 4674 (2016)
Fireworks, regulation of, scope of local and state authority for: HB 1702, SHB 1702, HB 2348, SHB 2348, SB 5914
Fireworks, sale of, prohibiting during certain period: HB 2310
Flame retardants, in children's products and upholstered furniture, limiting: HB 1174, SHB 1174, E2SHB 1174, HB 2545, * ESHB 2545, CH 176 (2016), SB 5056, SSB 5056, 2SSB 5056, SB 5684, SB 6131, SSB 6131, SB 6440, SSB 6440
Flamethrowing devices, permits for, issuance, renewal, and director of fire protection duties: HB 2387, SHB 2387
Forest fire suppression, 2015, budget stabilization account appropriations for: * ESHB 2988, CH 34 (2016)
Forest fire suppression, budget stabilization account appropriations for costs: SB 6504
Forest fire suppression, DNR to protect forest land and certain nonforested unimproved land: SB 6347
Forest fire suppression, fire equipment for local fire districts and personal protective gear for volunteers: SSB 6657
Forest fire suppression, fire suppression resource contractors, use by DNR: HB 1509
Forest fire suppression, funds for, authority to transfer to Clarke-McNary fund, repealing: HB 2976
Forest fire suppression, land parcel assessments for: SB 6347, SB 6502, SSB 6502, SB 6632
Forest fire suppression, local assets for, utilization of, DNR role: HB 2093, * ESHB 2093, CH 182 (2015)
Forest fire suppression, local fire suppression funding for: HB 2596, SHB 2596, SSB 6657
Forest fire suppression, local wildland fire liaison, appointment of: HB 2093, * ESHB 2093, CH 182 (2015)
Forest fire suppression, local wildland fire liaison, role in local fire suppression funding: HB 2596, SHB 2596
Forest fire suppression, local wildland fire severity account, creating: SSB 6632, SSB 6657
Forest fire suppression, mobilization of resources for, DNR to identify vulnerable forests and treat them: SB 6511, SSB 6511, SSB 6657
Forest fire suppression, prepositioning of fire management assets during severity conditions: SSB 6632, SSB 6657
Forest fire suppression, qualified wildland fire suppression volunteers, DNR responsibilities: SB 6489, SSB 6489
Forest fire suppression, use of fire retardants, foams, and gels, DNR to report concerning: SB 6490
Forest fire suppression, water storage containers and hoses for fire-prone communities: SSB 6632
Forest fire suppression, wildfires near homes and improvements, DNR discretionary authority to act: SB 6347
Forest fire suppression, wildland fire advisory committee, appointment of: HB 2093, * ESHB 2093, CH 182 (2015)
Forest fires, initial suppression, using nearest firefighters and resources: HB 1677
Global positioning system technology, protecting wildland firefighters using: HB 2924
High occupancy vehicle lanes, use by fire department vehicles, when: HB 2569
Landowners, fire protection for, certain suppression methods authorized: HB 1237
Livestock owners, public lands access for livestock care during fire suppression: HB 2925, * ESHB 2925, CH 109 (2016)
Local forest fire protection division, county authority to create a: HB 1508, SB 6632
Municipal fire departments, employees volunteering for or employed by other department: SB 6250
Oil spill and hazardous materials response, grants to support firefighting in aid of: SB 5057, SSB 5057, E2SSB 5057
Regional fire protection service authorities, benefit charges: HB 1605, SHB 1605, E2SHB 1605
Regional fire protection service authorities, biennial budget authority: HB 1313, * SHB 1313, CH 40 (2015), SB 5182
Regional fire protection service authorities, formation and benefit charges: HB 2510, SB 6348
Regional fire protection service authorities, formation, duties, benefit charge, tax levies: HB 1368, SHB 1368, E2SHB 1368, HB 2321, SB 5906, SSB 5906, SB 6204
Regional fire protection service authorities, within boundaries of regional city, establishing: HB 1606, SHB 1606, SB 5537
Smoke alarms, battery-powered, replacing battery with long-life battery: HB 1824
Smoke detection devices, transferring certain duties from state patrol to building code council: HB 1310, SB 5271
Vehicles, firefighting apparatus, length and weight limits: * HB 1222, CH 16 (2015), SB 5457
Wildfire behavior forecasting, BS degree program in, CWU to develop: SB 6502, SSB 6502
Wildfire professionals, management certification course for, CWU to develop: SB 6502, SSB 6502
Wildfires, 20-year wildfire prevention strategic plan to aid forests in poor health: SB 6511, SSB 6511, SB 6632, SSB 6632, SSB 6657
Wildfires, catastrophic, persons affected by, sales and use tax exemptions: SB 6009
Wildfires, Chelan and Okanogan counties, expenditures for recovery: HB 1125
Wildfires, citizen entering land to initiate control measures, legal immunity, when: HB 1699, HB 2093, * ESHB 2093, CH 182 (2015)
Wildfires, command personnel and aerial resources for wildland fire suppression: SSB 6657
Wildfires, DNR and federal land management partner wildfire management agreements: SSB 6632, SSB 6657
Wildfires, in 2014 or 2015, as qualifying disasters for sake of designated disaster areas financing: 2SSB 6316
Wildfires, joint firefighter training by DNR and national guard: SSB 6657
Wildfires, local fire suppression funding: HB 2596, SHB 2596, SSB 6657
Wildfires, prefire mitigation, statewide plan and international code adoptions, with grant program: HB 2579, SHB 2579
Wildfires, protecting structures from, public educational materials about foams, gels, and other products for: SSB 6657
Wildfires, suppression protocol and deliverables analysis, DNR to conduct: HB 2070
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICTS  (See FIRE PROTECTION)
FIREARMS  FIREARMS RSS Feed
               (See also HUNTING; SENTENCING)
Access to firearms, by person involuntarily committed, preventing, when: HB 2603, HB 2893, SB 5643
Ammunition, large capacity magazines for, banning of, when: HB 2354
Ammunition, statewide fee upon retail sale, for public safety funding: HB 2374
Assault weapons, banning of, when: HB 2354
Background checks for sales and transfers, repealing Initiative 594: HB 1886
Background checks for sales and transfers, repealing provisions from Initiative 594: HB 1245
Background checks, before delivery by dealer, decreasing maximum period for: HB 1521
Background checks, exemption for certain firearm transfers involving private security guards: HB 1506, SB 5579, SSB 5579
Background checks, exemption for certain transfers while conducting nonprofit fund-raising activities: SB 6158
Background checks, exemption for transfer to museum or historical society for temporary exhibition: HB 1533
Background checks, exemption for transfers involving persons in armed forces, law enforcement, and corrections, when: SB 5615
Background checks, exemption for transfers involving various persons not otherwise disqualified from firearm possession: HB 2164
Civil rights, public official denial of firearms civil rights, gross misdemeanor, civil and criminal actions for violations: HB 2975
Civil rights, restoration, vacated domestic violence records, use in later prosecution, prohibiting, exceptions: SB 5831
Deadly weapon sentencing enhancements, provisions: SB 5835
Deliveries, by dealer to law enforcement officer, requirements: HB 1535, SB 5476, SB 5539
Emergency, lawful firearm possession during state of, protecting constitutional right: HB 2202, HB 2553
Felony offenses, convicted felony firearm offender registration, requiring: HB 2410, * SHB 2410, CH 94 (2016)
Forfeited firearms, disposition, destruction only when illegal: HB 2372
Imitation firearm manufacturing requirement act, requiring nondeceptive coloration for legal possession: HB 1692
Insurance, firearms liability coverage, requiring for lawful purchase: HB 2836
Juvenile offenses while armed, modifying provisions: HB 2906, * ESHB 2906, CH 136 (2016), SB 6529, SSB 6529
Manufacturers of ammunition, parts, or accessories, multiple tax preferences for: HB 1442
National rifle association, special license plates, creating: HB 2514, SB 6015, SSB 6015
Pistols, concealed pistol license, authorizing when applicant at least 18 years old: HB 2088
Pistols, concealed pistol license, authorizing when applicant at least 18 years old, reciprocity provisions: HB 2089
Pistols, concealed pistol license, renewal notice requirements: HB 1191, SHB 1191, SB 6267, SSB 6267
Pistols, concealed, licensee bringing into another's home, prohibited without permission: HB 2738
Pistols, concealed, licensee carrying on higher education campus, authorizing, requirements and violations: HB 2867
Pistols, on higher education campuses, offenses involving: HB 2867
Pistols, personalized handguns, purchase application identification as and sales and use tax exemptions for: HB 2653
Pistols, purchase applications and transfer records, prohibiting retention and eliminating from databases: HB 1193
Possessing, brandishing, or discharging firearm, sentencing enhancements for, while committing a crime: HB 2975
Privately owned firearms, return to owner by law enforcement agency: HB 1731, SHB 1731, SB 5381, * SSB 5381, CH 130 (2015)
Protection orders, emergency extreme risk and extreme risk, preventing firearm or dangerous weapon possession, when: SHB 1857
Protection orders, emergency extreme risk and extreme risk, preventing firearm possession, when: HB 2461, SB 6352
Protective orders, emergency extreme risk and extreme risk, preventing firearm possession, when: HB 1857, SB 5727
Public places, firearms in, regulation by certain local authorities: HB 2460, SB 6351
Rifles, short-barreled, exemption from prohibitions, when: HB 1722, HB 2481, SB 6165, * SSB 6165, CH 214 (2016)
Right to possess, loss by person acquitted by reason of insanity, notification: HB 2405, * SHB 2405, CH 93 (2016), SB 5658
Safety, high school firearm safety and hunter education elective course: HB 2325, SB 6515
Safety, products, for safe storage, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2031
Schools, firearms at, exemptions from prohibition, when: HB 1433, SB 5500
Security guards, private, firearm transfers, background check exemption: HB 1506, SB 5579, SSB 5579
Self-defense, holding reasonable fear of imminent peril, when appropriate, criminal and civil immunity: HB 2712, SB 6487
Self-defense, right of, against attack by aggressive and violent animal: HB 1474
Self-defense, using defensive or even deadly force, when: HB 1324
Shooting, target-shooting facilities, via innovative zoning of agricultural lands: HB 2814
Storage of firearms, unsafe, child endangerment due to, dealer warning when selling storage and safety items: HB 1747, SB 5789, SB 6310
Storage of firearms, unsafe, child endangerment due to, first and second degree, when: HB 1747, SB 5789, SB 6310
Storage or transportation in private vehicle, lawful, business or employer policy prohibiting, to be unlawful: HB 2951
Suicide awareness, prevention information, adding to firearms safety pamphlet: HB 2793, SHB 2793, * E2SHB 2793, CH 90 (2016) PV, SB 6603
Suicide awareness, safe homes project to provide dealer or range participation tax credit: SHB 2793
Suicide awareness, safe homes project to provide dealer participation tax credit: HB 2793, SB 6603
Toy gun manufacturing requirement act, requiring nondeceptive coloration for legal possession: HB 1594
FIREFIGHTERS  FIREFIGHTERS RSS Feed
               (See also FIRE PROTECTION; RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
Global positioning system technology, protecting wildland firefighters using: HB 2924
Hazardous exposures, mandatory reporting for workers' compensation purposes: HB 2805, SHB 2805
Hiring and continuing employment, lawful permanent residents, extending eligibility to: HB 2543, SB 6319, SSB 6319
Killed in line of duty, honoring with creation of firefighter memorial special license plates: HB 2709, SB 6416
Killed in line of duty, honoring with creation of firefighter memorial special license plates, adding definition for: SB 6674
Occupational disease, cancers and other occupationally related diseases, expanding list: HB 2806, SB 6520
Occupational disease, reporting requirement, work group to discuss: HB 1604, * SHB 1604, CH 139 (2015)
Training, joint, by DNR and national guard for wildland fire suppression: SSB 6657
Wildland firefighters, honoring: * HR 4674 (2016)
FIREWORKS  (See FIRE PROTECTION; HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC; SALES)
FISCAL NOTES  (See FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE; LEGISLATURE)
FISH  FISH RSS Feed
               (See also FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT; FISHING; RIVERS; TAXES - ENHANCED FOOD FISH)
Barriers to fish passage, removal activities, compensatory mitigation: SB 5996, * 2ESSB 5996, CH 17 (2015) PV
Barriers to fish passage, removal, environmental legacy stewardship account funding: SB 5991, ESSB 5991
Enhanced food fish, tax on, depositing revenues in state wildlife account: HB 1563, HB 1948, SB 5531
Fish and wildlife advisory commission, advisory role of: SB 5817
Fish and wildlife habitat conservation areas, as critical areas, excluding drainage ditches from: SB 6168
Fish runs, river and sediment management demonstration projects for enhancing: SB 5347, ESSB 5347
Forage fish, surveying: HB 1152, SHB 1152, SB 5166, * SSB 5166, CH 191 (2015)
Forage fish, surveying, hydraulic project applicant habitat survey option: HB 1434
Heirman, Bob, honoring for his fish recovery efforts in Snohomish county: * SR 8621 (2015)
Puget Sound, hatchery and genetic management plans, request concerning NOAA fisheries' review of: SJM 8007, SSJM 8007
Salmon and steelhead, reintroduction above Grand Coulee and Chief Joseph dams, requesting federal action: HJM 4014
Salmon, habitat project lists for funding, salmon recovery funding board reporting: * EHB 2883, CH 197 (2016)
Salmon, hatcheries, hatchery management department-partner agreements, partner eligibility: SB 6414
Salmon, hatcheries, issuance of permits to aquaculture associations for: HB 1270, SHB 1270
Salmon, recovery project funds, limiting funds awards for, when: SB 5551
Sand lance, provisions concerning: HB 1152, SHB 1152, SB 5166, * SSB 5166, CH 191 (2015)
Smelt, provisions concerning: HB 1152, SHB 1152, 2SHB 1152, SB 5166, * SSB 5166, CH 191 (2015)
Spawning beds, in rivers and streams, activities that harm or disturb, prohibiting: SB 5739
Species status, listing of, changing: HB 1225
Steelhead, conservation, Washington's fish collection special license plates to fund: HB 2422, * SB 6200, CH 30 (2016)
FISH AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION  FISH AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; FISH; FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT; FISHING; HUNTING; WILDLIFE)
Cougar control pilot program, using dangerous wildlife task teams, commission role: SB 5940
Damage to livestock and crops, compensation claims, prohibiting DFW management actions until paid, commission role: SB 5712
Endangered species recovery, commission changing of listing status on regional basis: HB 1225
Indian tribal treaties and rights, commission and governor roles: HB 2056
Land acquisition, by commission, prohibiting until education fully funded: HB 2215
Mammals, terrestrial, listing status for species, commission authority to change: HB 1199, SB 5583, SSB 5583
Membership of commission, modifying: SB 5818
Mineral prospecting and mining advisory committee, commission to establish: SB 5705, SSB 5705
Recreational fishing opportunity, prioritizing, commission role: HB 1660, SB 5844
Renaming as fish and wildlife advisory commission and transferring duties to DFW: SB 5817
Rule making, requiring APA adoption, WAC codification, and legislative ratification: HB 1200, SB 5372
Species status, listing of, commission changing of, requirements and options: HB 1225
Wolves, gray wolf conservation and management plan, requesting commission revisiting of: HJM 4002
Wolves, gray, partial delisting by commission as endangered, threatened, or sensitive species, when: SB 5938
FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT  FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; DISCOVER PASS; FISH; FISHING; HUNTING; PUBLIC LANDS; STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS; WILDLIFE)
Administration of DFW, resource management flexibility and cost savings: HB 1118, SHB 1118, 2SHB 1118, 3SHB 1118
Anderson, Phil, director of DFW, honoring: * SR 8611 (2015)
Applications and permits, requiring consistent and prompt DFW decision making: SB 5197, SSB 5197
Cougar control pilot program, using dangerous wildlife task teams, DFW to establish: SB 5940
Damage to livestock and crops, compensation claim damage assessor costs, DFW responsibility: SB 6450
Damage to livestock and crops, compensation claims, prohibiting management actions until paid: SB 5712
Damage to livestock and crops, permitting public hunting as preventive measure, prohibiting DFW from requiring: HB 2870
Duties of DFW, transfer of fish and wildlife commission duties to DFW: SB 5817
Elk, updated North Cascade herd plan, legislative review after DFW approval: SB 6199
Enforcement actions, against tribal hunters, limiting, when: HB 1261
Enforcement officers, commissioned, collective bargaining by coalition of exclusive representatives: SSB 5763
Enforcement officers, commissioned, interest arbitration for: HB 1964, SB 5763
Enforcement, technical changes to clarify laws involving: * SB 6400, CH 64 (2016)
Federal agencies, grant or loan from department, requirements: HB 2480, SHB 2480
Firearms safety and laws pamphlet, DFW to add suicide awareness information: HB 2793, SHB 2793, * E2SHB 2793, CH 90 (2016) PV, SB 6603
Fish and wildlife advisory commission, renaming fish and wildlife commission as: SB 5817
Fish habitat enhancement projects, hydraulic project application fee exemption: HB 1032
Fish passage barriers, removal activities, compensatory mitigation, DFW role: * 2ESSB 5996, CH 17 (2015) PV
Fishing line or monofilament recycling pilot program, establishment by DFW: SB 5356
Forage fish, surveying, DFW role: HB 1152, SHB 1152, SB 5166, * SSB 5166, CH 191 (2015)
Forest fire suppression, 2015, budget stabilization account appropriations for: * ESHB 2988, CH 34 (2016)
Hunter education program, including safe firearms handling, DFW role: HB 1119
Hunting in certain state parks, authorizing for feasibility pilot project, DFW role: SHB 1346
Hydraulic permits and projects, application fee exemption, when: HB 1032
Hydraulic permits and projects, definition of "hydraulic project," revising: SB 6287
Hydraulic permits and projects, emergency for highway projects, DFW deadline: SB 5855
Hydraulic permits and projects, forage fish protection conditions and habitat survey option: HB 1434
Hydraulic permits and projects, involving watershed management actions by watershed improvement districts, process: HB 2616, SB 6175
Hydraulic permits and projects, mineral prospecting and mining advisory committee, establishing: SB 5705, SSB 5705
Hydraulic permits and projects, permit fee exemption for emergency permits, when: SB 5204
Hydraulic permits and projects, SEPA review exemption, when: HB 2013
Hydropower licensing, relicensing, and license implementation program, DFW role: * SHB 1130, CH 75 (2016)
Land acquisition, from nonprofit nature conservancy, funds application requirements: SB 6392
Land acquisition, same-county DFW land sale requirement for: HB 2092, SB 5872
Land use actions by DFW, significant, empirical science use: HB 1963, SB 5622, SSB 5622
Lands acquired, best available land management techniques, DFW use: HB 1589
Lands, DFW-managed, payments to counties in lieu of property taxes: HB 2891, SB 5750
Lands, DFW-managed, water rights inventory and lease: HB 1000, SHB 1000
Lands, DFW-owned or managed, private landowner access for fire suppression methods: HB 1237
Lands, DFW-purchased, water rights inventory and transfer: SB 5016
Lands, private, encouraging hunting access while mitigating impacts, DFW role: HB 1033
Licenses, commercial, fishing guide licenses when employer-purchased: * HB 1232, CH 103 (2015)
Licenses, food and game fish guide and salmon and nonsalmon charter boat operator combination license, creating: * SSB 5824, CH 97 (2015) PV
Licenses, food or game fish or chartering guides, requirements and violations, DFW role: SB 5824, * SSB 5824, CH 97 (2015) PV
Licenses, hunting, for national guard members at no cost, when: HB 1351
Licenses, hunting, for state and national guard members at no cost, when: * ESHB 1351, CH 78 (2016)
Licenses, recreational, certain fees for, lowering: HB 2227, SB 6112
Licenses, recreational, requiring for smelt: HB 1152, SHB 1152, 2SHB 1152, SB 5166
Licenses, state "resident" for purposes of, reducing required residency period: HB 2526
Mineral prospecting, motorized, effects on native fish and habitat, studying, DFW role: HB 1162, HB 2467, SB 6630
Mineral prospecting, recreational motorized, licensing of, DFW role: HB 2467, SB 6630
Permits, black bear bait station permit, issuance, when: HB 1838, SHB 1838
Permits, group fishing permit for at-risk youth programs: * SB 5881, CH 98 (2015)
Permits, migratory bird hunting, assessing fees and migratory game bird program needs: SSB 6308
Permits, migratory bird hunting, DFW's use of fees from sale of, state auditor to audit: SSB 6308
Permits, migratory bird hunting, modifying fee and funding migratory game bird program with: SB 6308
Permits, migratory birds, using revenues to fund nonwaterfowl migratory bird projects: SB 5380, SSB 5380
Recreational fishing opportunity, prioritizing, DFW role: HB 1660, SB 5844
Rule making and policies, DFW, abrogation by governor or legislature: HB 1200, SB 5372
Rule making and policies, DFW, APA adoption, WAC codification, and legislative ratification: HB 1200, SB 5372
Salmon, hatcheries, DFW issuance of permits to aquaculture associations for: HB 1270, SHB 1270
Salmon, hatcheries, hatchery management department-partner agreements, partner eligibility: SB 6414
Spawning beds, in rivers and streams, activities that harm or disturb, prohibition, DFW role: SB 5739
Stamp, annual migratory bird, design provisions: SB 5380, SSB 5380
Trespass, notice against, "posting in a conspicuous manner," DFW role: * SSB 6117 (2016) V
Wolves, conservation and management plan, DFW to amend: HB 1792, HB 2107, SHB 2107, SB 5960, SSB 5960, SB 5962
Wolves, DFW managing of wolf-livestock interactions with lethal means, when: HB 1791, SB 5963
Wolves, recovery of, pilot project to explore active options, DFW role: HB 1224
Wolves, recovery of, studying impact on wild ungulate populations, DFW role: HB 1676, SHB 1676
Work groups etc., established by DFW director, governmental and nongovernmental participants: HB 2446
FISHING  FISHING RSS Feed
               (See also FISH; FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT; RIVERS; TAXES - ENHANCED FOOD FISH)
At-risk youth, programs for, group fishing permit for: * SB 5881, CH 98 (2015)
Columbia river recreational salmon and steelhead endorsement program, changing pilot stamp program to: * SB 6274, CH 223 (2016)
Columbia river salmon and steelhead recreational anglers board, project proposal submission process: * SB 6274, CH 223 (2016)
Commercial licenses, anadromous surcharge and crewmember license, creating: HB 1563, SB 5531, SB 5632
Commercial licenses, anadromous surcharge, creating: HB 1948
Commercial licenses, fishing guide licenses, when employer-purchased: * HB 1232, CH 103 (2015)
Commercial, secondary fish receiver's failure to account for commercial harvest: HB 2636, * SB 6401, CH 21 (2016) V
Fish and wildlife advisory commission, advisory role of: SB 5817
Fishing fleets, recapitalization program, B&O tax preference to aid competition for funds: HB 2182, SHB 2182, 2SHB 2182
Fishing line or monofilament recycling pilot program, establishment: SB 5356
Guides, food and game fish guide and salmon and nonsalmon charter boat operator combination license, creating: * SSB 5824, CH 97 (2015) PV
Guides, food and game fish, replacing licensure with Washington effective licensing port registration: HB 2622
Guides, food or game fish or chartering, licensing requirements and violations: SB 5824, * SSB 5824, CH 97 (2015) PV
Guides, unlawfully engaging in fishing guide activity: HB 1341, * SB 5464, CH 90 (2015)
Heirman, Bob, honoring for his fish recovery efforts in Snohomish county: * SR 8621 (2015)
Indian fishing rights, honoring Billy Frank Jr.: * SR 8659 (2015)
Indian tribal treaties and rights, fish and wildlife commission and governor roles: HB 2056
Licenses, state "resident" for purposes of, reducing required residency period: HB 2526
Recreational fishing opportunity, prioritizing to expand sports fishing tourism industry: HB 1660, SB 5844
Recreational fishing, unlawful, clarifying definition of "wild salmon": * SB 6400, CH 64 (2016)
Recreational license, smelt, requirement: HB 1152, SHB 1152, 2SHB 1152, SB 5166
Recreational licenses, certain fees for, increasing: SB 5632
Recreational licenses, certain fees for, lowering: HB 2227, SB 6112
Shellfish, unlawful trafficking in second degree: * HB 1641, CH 141 (2015)
Shellfishing licenses, biotoxin testing and monitoring surcharge, increasing, when: * HB 1620, CH 254 (2015), SB 5716
Steelhead, conservation, Washington's fish collection special license plates to fund: HB 2422, * SB 6200, CH 30 (2016)
Washington state commercial fishing fleet, 2015 blessing of the fleet: * HR 4623 (2015), * SR 8636 (2015)
Washington state commercial fishing fleet, 2016 blessing of the fleet: * HR 4657 (2016)
FISHING, COMMERCIAL  (See FISHING)
FISHING, RECREATIONAL  (See FISHING)
FLAME RETARDANTS  (See FIRE PROTECTION; HAZARDOUS MATERIALS; HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC)
FLOOD CONTROL  FLOOD CONTROL RSS Feed
               
Applications and permits, requiring consistent and prompt agency decision making: SB 5197, SSB 5197
Chehalis basin, establishing office of and creating account: * HB 2856, CH 194 (2016)
Flood control zone districts, levies imposed by, exempting from certain property tax levy limitations: * HB 1940, CH 170 (2015) PV, SHB 1940, SB 5799, SSB 5799
Flood control zone districts, supervisor per diem compensation: HB 1088, * SHB 1088, CH 165 (2015)
Flood risk reduction and habitat restoration, office of, and grants, bonds, and accounts for projects: HB 2614
Infrastructure projects, for flood control, grant program: SB 5628
Rivers, river and sediment management demonstration projects, multi-agency effort to construct: SB 5347, ESSB 5347
FLOOD CONTROL ZONE DISTRICTS  (See FLOOD CONTROL)
FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS  FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS RSS Feed
               (See also AGRICULTURE; ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES)
Allergen information, posting at public schools: HB 1562, SHB 1562, 2SHB 1562
Beverages, sugar-sweetened, warnings concerning excessive consumption: HB 2798
Biosolids and sludge, approved beneficial food and fertilizer uses, for-sale labeling requirements: HB 2386
Bisphenol A, in food and food and beverage packaging and containers, restrictions: HB 1984
Cinnamon, labeling when containing cassia cinnamon: HB 2351
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)
Cultural foods, Asian rice-based noodles and Korean rice cakes, time-temperature standards: HB 2744, * SB 6398, CH 20 (2016) V
Dairy day at the legislature, celebrating: * HR 4605 (2015), * SR 8608 (2015), * SR 8694 (2016)
Dairy products, B&O tax exemption for manufacturers, extending expiration date: * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Food and food ingredients, sales tax exemption for, to include food to be cooked by consumer: HB 1530, SB 5861
Food bank, ACRS, contributions of Sam Mitsui and Herbert Tsuchiya, honoring: * HR 4644 (2015), * SR 8686 (2015)
Food bank, Auburn, recognizing Debbie Christian for her work with: * SR 8673 (2015)
Food drive day, letter carriers' "stamp out hunger" food drive, supporting: * HR 4627 (2015), * HR 4676 (2016), * SR 8629 (2015), * SR 8723 (2016)
Food industry, port operations for, requesting assistance to minimize negative impacts: HJM 4005
Food policy forum, Washington, establishing: HB 1685, ESHB 1685
Food processing, B&O tax preferences, extending expiration dates: HB 1823, SB 5698, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Food safety and animal health program, certain fee increases: HB 2128, * ESHB 2128, CH 27 (2015)
Food system, state, study of, to include goal for expansion of capacity: ESHB 1685
Fruit and vegetables, fresh, B&O tax exemption for manufacturers, extending expiration date: * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Human sewage, food and food products grown in, labeling requirements: HB 1985
Local food system, economic development of, studying: HB 1710, SHB 1710
Meat facilities, custom, annual custom meat license for: HB 1522
Milk, dairy inspection program assessment on, expiration date: HB 1269, * SB 5015, CH 5 (2015)
Milk, processing of, certain fee increases: HB 2128, * ESHB 2128, CH 27 (2015)
Nursing homes, sodium content of meals, identifying for residents: HB 1507
Phthalates, in food and food and beverage packaging and containers, restrictions: HB 1984
Processing, certain fee increases: HB 2128, * ESHB 2128, CH 27 (2015)
Schools, food procurement by, farm-to-school program, appropriating funds for: SB 6039
Seafood industry, fishing fleet recapitalization program, B&O tax preference to aid competition for funds: HB 2182, SHB 2182, 2SHB 2182
Seafood products, B&O tax exemption for manufacturers, extending expiration date: * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Vegetables and fruit, fresh, B&O tax exemption for manufacturers, extending expiration date: * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
FOOD ASSISTANCE  (See PUBLIC ASSISTANCE)
FOOD BANKS  (See FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS)
FOR HIRE VEHICLES  (See TRANSPORTATION)
FOREST LAND  FOREST LAND RSS Feed
               (See also FIRE PROTECTION; FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS)
Federal forest lands, counties with, discontinuing basic education allocation reduction in: HB 2295, SB 6292
Public forest land, estimate of availability for timber harvesting, revising deadline for: SB 6438, SSB 6438
Public forest land, public landowner road maintenance or abandonment, recreational access requirements: HB 2695, SHB 2695
Resiliency burning, forest resiliency burning pilot project, DNR to conduct: * ESHB 2928, CH 110 (2016)
Resiliency burning, permits for, issuance and requirements: HB 2928
Tribal cultural resources, protection in context of forest land practices: HB 2658, SHB 2658, SB 6362
Washington forests in poor health condition, 20-year wildfire prevention strategic plan to aid: SB 6511, SSB 6511, SB 6632, SSB 6632, SSB 6657
Working forest conservation easement program, establishing: SB 6121
Working forests and local mills support program, implementing: SB 6121
FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS  FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS RSS Feed
               (See also FIRE PROTECTION; FOREST PRODUCTS COMMISSION)
Adaptive management program, initiating, when timber harvest in proximity to non-fish bearing stream: HB 2126
AgForestry Foundation president Dave Roseleip, congratulating: * SR 8667 (2015)
Cross-laminated timber products, structures for manufacturing, tax exemptions in connection with: SB 6025
Log transportation businesses, public utility tax credit, when: SB 6121
Log transportation businesses, reduced public utility tax rate for: SB 5257, SSB 5257, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Lumber grading and stamping requirements, building code enforcement official waiver of: HB 1153
Lumber grading, native, training program and licensing for: HB 1153
Lumber, cross-laminated timber, promoting manufacture and use through tax preferences: HB 2857, SHB 2857
Research and innovations, forestry production, life sciences discovery fund authority mission to include: HB 1670
Sawmills and planing mills, B&O tax credit, when: SB 6121
Silviculture, prescribed forest land burning for, updating smoke management plan to regulate: SB 6510, SSB 6510, SB 6632, SSB 6632, SSB 6657
Slopes, potentially unstable, regulating forest practices to decrease risk from: HB 2828, SB 6280
State tree special license plates, creating: HB 1430, SHB 1430
Stream-typing system in forest practices rules, evaluation of: HB 2126
Thinning, to aid forest health and fire prevention: SB 6511, SSB 6511, SSB 6657
Thinning, to manage forests for favorable or enhanced stream flows, optional compensation for: HB 2071
Timber harvest excise tax agreements, with Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation: HB 1540, SHB 1540, SB 5472
Timber harvesting, commercial, within master planned resorts, applications for: HB 2308
Timber harvesting, timber-felling equipment for, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2251
Timber industry, port operations for, requesting assistance to minimize negative impacts: HJM 4005
Tribal cultural resources, protection in context of forest land practices: HB 2658, SHB 2658, SB 6362
Working forests and local mills support program, implementing: SB 6121
FOREST PRACTICES BOARD  FOREST PRACTICES BOARD RSS Feed
               
Adaptive management program, initiating, when timber harvest in proximity to non-fish bearing stream: HB 2126
Slopes, potentially unstable, rule changes to decrease risk from, board authority: HB 2828, SB 6280
Stream-typing system in forest practices rules, evaluation of, board role: HB 2126
FOREST PRODUCTS COMMISSION  FOREST PRODUCTS COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Assessments, exception to legislative simple majority approval requirement, repealing: SB 6186
FOSTER CARE  FOSTER CARE RSS Feed
               
Antipsychotic medications, children in foster care, second opinion review requirement: * SHB 1879, CH 283 (2015), HB 1932, SHB 1932
Child-placing agencies, streamlining foster care parent application process for: SB 6229, SSB 6229
Dependency proceedings, foster parents, right to be heard and reporting by: HB 2591, * ESHB 2591, CH 180 (2016)
Educational coordination program for foster youth, modifying: HB 1999, SHB 1999, 2SHB 1999, 3SHB 1999, * 4SHB 1999, CH 71 (2016)
Educational outcomes, foster youth in K-12 and higher education, improvement strategies: HB 1999, SHB 1999, 2SHB 1999, 3SHB 1999, * 4SHB 1999, CH 71 (2016)
Extended foster care services, modifying provisions: HB 1735, SHB 1735, 2SHB 1735, SB 5740, * SSB 5740, CH 240 (2015)
Homeless youth in crisis residential centers or HOPE centers, records disclosure for foster care purposes: HB 2834, ESHB 2834
Homeless youth prevention and protection act of 2015, implementation, modifications for: HB 2834, ESHB 2834
Influenza immunizations, foster home lack of proof of, denial of license due to, prohibiting: HB 2108
Long-term foster care, as permanency planning hearing goal, required findings and procedures: HB 1970, * SB 5692, CH 270 (2015)
Managed health and behavioral health care, integrated, for foster children receiving medical assistance: HB 1879, * SHB 1879, CH 283 (2015)
Parents, foster care parent application process, streamlining for child-placing agencies: SB 6229, SSB 6229
Permanency planning hearings, certain good cause exceptions, removing expiration of: * HB 2140, CH 257 (2015)
Supplemental education transition program for foster youth, modifying: HB 1999, SHB 1999, 2SHB 1999, 3SHB 1999, * 4SHB 1999, CH 71 (2016)
FREIGHT MOBILITY STRATEGIC INVESTMENT BOARD  FREIGHT MOBILITY STRATEGIC INVESTMENT BOARD RSS Feed
               
Freight investment plan, state, board to develop: HB 2923
Freight mobility plan, as part of statewide multimodal transportation plan, development of, board role: HB 2923
Projects, board removal from funds allocation consideration: * HB 2599, CH 23 (2016), SB 6428
State rail plan, preparation of, board role: HB 2923
FUELS  FUELS RSS Feed
               (See also HEATING; OIL AND GAS; POLLUTION LIABILITY INSURANCE AGENCY; TAX PREFERENCES - EXEMPTIONS, CREDITS, DEDUCTIONS, DEFERRALS, ETC.; TAXES - BORDER AREA MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL AND SPECIAL FUEL; TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX; TAXES - SPECIAL FUEL TAX)
Alternative fuel commercial use vehicles, tax credits: SHB 1396, HB 2761, HB 2884, * SHB 2884, CH 29 (2016), * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Alternative fuel commercial use vehicles, tax exemptions and credits: HB 1396, SB 5325
Alternative fuel motorcycles, sales and use tax exemptions: SB 5357
Alternative fuel source placard provisions. modifying: HB 1310, SB 5271
Alternative fuel vehicles, sales and use tax exemption, extending: HB 1925, HB 2087, SHB 2087, SB 5333, SSB 5333, SB 5445
Alternative fuel vehicles, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2613, HB 2778, * 2ESHB 2778, CH 32 (2016)
Alternative fuel vehicles, sales and use tax exemptions, extending and modifying: * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Alternative fuel vehicles, sales and use tax incentives: HB 1300, SB 5358
Biodiesel and E85 motor fuel, tax incentives, extending expiration dates: HB 1758, SHB 1758, SB 5700
Biodiesel, state agencies using, reporting requirement for, eliminating: * EHB 2883, CH 197 (2016)
Biofuel, tax incentives, extending expiration dates: HB 1758, SHB 1758, SB 5700
Carbon content of fuels, agency regulations regarding, express legislative authorization for: HB 1881
Extracted fuel, use tax exemption for, narrowing: HB 2224, SHB 2269, HB 2479, HB 2990
Fossil fuel carbon pollution tax, imposing: SB 6306
Fossil fuels carbon pollution tax, I-732: SI 732, HI 732
Fossil fuels carbon pollution tax, I-732, "2016 act" to be on ballot as alternative: HB 2777, SB 6381
Fossil fuels industries and labor sectors they support, requesting federal support for: HJM 4011
Fuel mix calculation and reporting, by electric utilities, requirements for information for customers: HB 2892, SB 6533, SSB 6533
Fuel mix disclosure, by electric utilities, repealing certain reporting requirements: HB 2827
Gas, natural or manufactured, sales to silicon smelters, public utility, sales, and use tax credits and exemptions: HB 2977, SHB 2977, SB 6684
Gasoline vapor control systems, stage II, analysis of requirements: HB 1891, SHB 1891, SB 5330
Methanol, manufactured in part from natural gas, machinery and equipment tax exemptions for, eliminating: HB 2982, SB 6650
Natural gas engines, in combined heat and power systems, emission limits and permits: HB 1095, SHB 1095, * E2SHB 1095, CH 19 (2015)
Natural gas, compressed or liquefied, manufactured by municipality for municipal vehicles, B&O tax exemption: SHB 1966
Natural gas, compressed or liquefied, manufactured by transit agency for public transit, B&O tax exemption: HB 1966
Natural gas, liquefied, use in ferry system, requirements: SB 5426
Natural gas, renewable, production and distribution by public utility districts: * ESB 5424, CH 31 (2015)
Natural gas, renewable, production by public utility districts: EHB 1998
Petroleum, underground storage tanks, establishing revolving loan and grant program: HB 2357, * SHB 2357, CH 161 (2016), SB 6187, SSB 6187, 2SSB 6187
Taxes, motor vehicle fuel tax, additional and cumulative tax rate: SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Taxes, motor vehicle fuel tax, increasing nonhighway fuel tax refunds: SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
FUNDS AND ACCOUNTS  (See PUBLIC FUNDS AND ACCOUNTS)
FUNERAL AND CEMETERY BOARD  FUNERAL AND CEMETERY BOARD RSS Feed
               
Cemeteries, abandoned, modifying definition and allowing burials in, board role: HB 3004