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LABOR  LABOR RSS Feed
               (See also APPRENTICES AND APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS; EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; LABOR AND INDUSTRIES, DEPARTMENT; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; WAGES AND HOURS; WORKERS' COMPENSATION)
Airports, service contractors at, protecting contractor employee rights through labor peace agreements and other requirements: HB 1832, ESHB 1832
Bullying in the workplace, subjecting employee to abusive work environment to be unfair practice: HB 1928, SB 5789
Complaints, minimum wage or overtime compensation, employer good faith defense against liability or penalty: HB 1532, SB 5840
Conveyance work industry, protection for whistleblowers: SB 5412, * SSB 5412, CH 54 (2012)
Drayage truck operators, extending employment protections by defining as statutory employees: HB 2395, SHB 2395, SB 6461
Electronic verification of employment authorization, requirement that employer use system to be prohibited: HB 2568, SHB 2568
Employment status discrimination, adding to list of unfair labor practices: SB 6228, SSB 6228
Family and medical leave, modifying family leave insurance program: SB 6570
Family leave insurance program, delaying implementation: HB 1120, SB 5091, * ESSB 5091, CH 25 (2011)
Family leave insurance program, elimination: HB 1189
Family leave insurance program, repealing family and medical leave insurance act: SB 5276
Family leave, violations by employer, enforcement by department of labor and industries: HB 1828, SHB 1828, SB 5263, SSB 5263
Farm internship pilot project, establishment: SB 6392, ESSB 6392
Harassment in workplace, protection orders, restraining unlawful harassment affecting the workplace: HB 1591, SB 5552
Higher education institution police officers, using interest arbitration panels to settle labor disputes: HB 1736, SHB 1736, SB 5606
Hospital workers, uninterrupted meals and rest breaks: SB 6309, SSB 6309
Industrial safety and health act, increasing protections for employees under: HB 2412
Industrial safety and health act, violations under, abatement: HB 1676, ESHB 1676, SB 5068, * ESSB 5068, CH 91 (2011)
Labor guilds, associations, and organizations, employees of, PERS plan 1 membership: HB 1956, SB 5833
Labor organizations, membership or nonmembership requirement by employer prohibited: SB 5347
Labor organizations, wage deductions for political purposes, allowing employees to choose to authorize: SB 6627
Language access provider services, for department of labor and industries medical appointments, collective bargaining rights: HB 2830, SB 6634
Language access providers, definition for collective bargaining purposes: HB 2711, HB 2830, SB 6634
Language access providers, governor as public employer of, revising various provisions: HB 2701
Leave from employment, participation in child's educational activities, requirement: HB 1164, SHB 1164
Leave from employment, sick and safe leave, establishing minimum standards: HB 2508, SB 6229
Minor work permits for employers, submission of master applications: SB 5743
Noncompetition agreements for broadcasting industry employees, when void and unenforceable: SB 6504
Police officers for universities and The Evergreen State College, collective bargaining provisions: SSB 5606
Public transportation governing bodies, nonvoting labor member, meeting attendance by: HB 2553, ESHB 2553
Railroad cranes and crane operators, revising safety regulations: SB 5760
Retaliation, protecting employees from, for conduct promoting public policy: SB 6072
Safety in the workplace, establishing blueprint for safety program: * EHB 2509 (2012) V
Service animals, interfering with, provisions and definition of service animal: HB 1727, HB 1728, * SHB 1728, CH 237 (2011), SB 5680
Social networking accounts and profiles, access to, prohibiting requirement that employees provide to employers: SB 6637
Unemployment tax, requesting that U.S. department of labor provide state with tax relief equal to other states': * SJM 8008 (2011)
Unions, public sector, protecting employee rights through union financial disclosure: HB 2525
Work permits, for employers of minors, submission of master applications: SB 5743
Workers' memorial day, honoring: * SR 8650 (2011)
LABOR AND INDUSTRIES, DEPARTMENT  LABOR AND INDUSTRIES, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               
Apprenticeship programs, department role in conforming programs with federal labor standards: HB 1059, SHB 1059, * SB 5584, CH 308 (2011)
Contractors, electrical or telecommunications installations, assessment by department of one penalty for a single violation: SB 5720
Contractors, infraction appeals, streamlining process: HB 1055, * ESHB 1055, CH 15 (2011), SB 5066, SSB 5066
Contractors, misclassification of workers as independent contractors, violations and penalties: HB 1701, 2ESHB 1701, SB 5599
Contractors, public works, prevailing wage records requests by department: HB 1058, SHB 1058, SB 5070, * SSB 5070, CH 92 (2011)
Conveyance work industry, protection for whistleblowers: SB 5412, * SSB 5412, CH 54 (2012)
Cranes, task force on construction crane safety, creation: SB 5562
Crime victim's compensation program, transferring to attorney general's office: HB 2573
Crime victims' compensation program, modifying benefit application provisions: HB 2807
Family leave, violations by employer, enforcement by department: HB 1828, SHB 1828, SB 5263, SSB 5263
Farm internship pilot project, establishment: SB 6392, ESSB 6392
Farm labor contractor licensing program, creation of farm labor account: HB 1057, SB 5069
Farm labor contractor licensing program, creation of farm labor contractor account: * SHB 1057, CH 158 (2012), SSB 5069
Industrial safety and health act, violations under, role of director in abatement: HB 1676, ESHB 1676, SB 5068, * ESSB 5068, CH 91 (2011)
Language access provider services, for department medical appointments, collective bargaining rights: HB 2830, SB 6634
Language access providers, definition for collective bargaining purposes: HB 2830, SB 6634
Leave from employment, sick and safe leave, establishing minimum standards: HB 2508, SB 6229
Licensing, professional, expediting process for military spouses relocating to Washington: HB 2167, SB 5969, * ESSB 5969, CH 5 (2011)
Mailing notices from department, changing certified and registered mail requirements: HB 1056, HB 1677, SB 5067, * SSB 5067, CH 301 (2011)
Middle class jobs act, department role in provisions: HB 1601, SHB 1601
Middle-income bracket, agencies to coordinate efforts to improve services and move households up to middle-income bracket: HB 1601, SHB 1601, HB 2171
Military spouses, expediting professional licensing process when relocating to Washington: HB 2167, SB 5969, * ESSB 5969, CH 5 (2011)
Minimum wage, department rate calculations to reflect changes in consumer prices: HB 1531, HB 1597, SB 5839
Occupational safety and health program, improvement plans and performance measures: HB 2107
Planning processes, agencies to coordinate efforts to improve services and move households up to middle-income bracket or higher: HB 2171
Plumbing contractors, provisions: SB 6476, SSB 6476
Prevailing wages, public works, basing on industrial statistician's previous written determination: SB 6480, SSB 6480
Prevailing wages, public works, contractor records requests by department of labor and industries: HB 1058, SHB 1058, SB 5070, * SSB 5070, CH 92 (2011)
Prevailing wages, public works, filing of prevailing wage forms: SB 5746, SSB 5746
Safety in the workplace, establishing blueprint for safety program, department role: * EHB 2509 (2012) V
Training wage, department establishment of procedures allowing employers to pay for specified period: HB 1258
Washington stay-at-work account, creation by department: * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011), ESB 5566
Washington stay-at-work program, creation: * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011)
Work permits, for employers of minors, submission of master applications to department: SB 5743
Workers' compensation system, various changes and additions: * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011)
Workers' compensation, administrative efficiencies for program: HB 1725, * ESHB 1725, CH 290 (2011), SB 5582, SSB 5582
Workers' compensation, assistance for employees of self-insured employers entering into structured settlement agreements: SB 6505
Workers' compensation, authorizing structured settlements: * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011)
Workers' compensation, authorizing voluntary settlement agreements: HB 2108, HB 2109
Workers' compensation, authorizing voluntary settlements of occupational disease claims: HB 1872
Workers' compensation, calculation of benefits, adding certainty and simplifying: HB 1964
Workers' compensation, causes of action by injured workers, eliminating restrictions: HB 2105
Workers' compensation, claims, allowing worker to designate a primary language for communicating about: HB 2622, SHB 2622
Workers' compensation, claims, performance audit of claims management system: HB 2116, * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011)
Workers' compensation, claims, provisions concerning claim files and documentation: HB 2431, SHB 2431, SB 6302, SSB 6302
Workers' compensation, claims, retrospective rating plan employer and group claims management authority: HB 1487, ESHB 1487, SB 5461
Workers' compensation, claims, self-insured employer record and benefit payment requirements: HB 1831
Workers' compensation, clarifying occupational disease claims and authorizing voluntary settlements: HB 1872
Workers' compensation, commemorating Washington's workers' compensation system's 100th anniversary: * SR 8645 (2011)
Workers' compensation, compensation and death benefits, freezing and delaying cost-of-living adjustments: * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011)
Workers' compensation, compensation and death benefits, freezing cost-of-living increases: HB 2025
Workers' compensation, department to adjust rates annually: SB 5277
Workers' compensation, department to contract for independent study of return-to-work provisions: HB 2108, HB 2109
Workers' compensation, department to maintain copies of structured settlement agreements: * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011)
Workers' compensation, department to maintain copies of voluntary settlement agreements: SB 5280
Workers' compensation, exempting franchisees from definition of worker for workers' compensation purposes: SB 6506
Workers' compensation, improvement plans and performance measures, implementation by department: HB 2107
Workers' compensation, industrial insurance rainy day account, creation: HB 2026, ESHB 2026
Workers' compensation, industrial insurance rainy day fund, creation: * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011)
Workers' compensation, information to be included in rate notices: HB 1994, * SB 5278, CH 175 (2011)
Workers' compensation, injured workers, good faith and fair dealing by employer, department, and certain others: HB 2114
Workers' compensation, mailing of notices or orders by department: HB 1725, * ESHB 1725, CH 290 (2011), SB 5582, SSB 5582
Workers' compensation, mandatory industrial insurance coverage for various for hire vehicle business operations: SB 5498, SSB 5498
Workers' compensation, negotiations for self-insured claims, developing informational document for use during: SB 6415
Workers' compensation, permanent partial disability, revising certain provisions: HB 2023, * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011)
Workers' compensation, premiums and other costs, prohibiting deduction from wages and earnings: HB 2104
Workers' compensation, recommendations of vocational rehabilitation subcommittee: * HB 1726, CH 291 (2011), SB 5583
Workers' compensation, reducing long-term disability and workers' compensation system costs: HB 1686, HB 1868, HB 1910, * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011), ESB 5566
Workers' compensation, safety and health investment projects, authorizing funding to reduce future costs: HB 1686, HB 1868, HB 1910, * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011)
Workers' compensation, stay-at-work program, creation: * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011)
Workers' compensation, studies of, department to contract for occupational disease claim study: * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011)
Workers' compensation, studies of, department to contract for three independent studies: ESB 5566
Workers' compensation, using occupational health best practices through provider network and health and education centers: HB 1869, ESHB 1869, SB 5801, * SSB 5801, CH 6 (2011)
Workers' compensation, voluntary settlement agreements and return-to-work subsidy program: HB 2108, HB 2109
LAKES AND RESERVOIRS  LAKES AND RESERVOIRS RSS Feed
               
Capitol Lake, comanagement as a lake environment by state capitol committee and certain Indian tribes: SHB 1938
Capitol Lake, management as a lake environment by state capitol committee: HB 1938
Docks, "substantial development" exceptions, amending fair market value limit for certain docks: EHB 2417
Harrison and Ross lakes, providing new water supplies and storage to Western Washington, studying feasibility with British Columbia: SB 6163, SSB 6163
Lake Tapps water supply, watershed management partnership, eminent domain authority: HB 1014, * SB 5241, CH 97 (2011)
Lake Washington, improving recreational fishing opportunities: * HB 1698, CH 266 (2011), SB 5291
Sediment removal by citizen volunteers, streamlining hydraulic project approval: SB 6006
State environmental policy act, expanding environmental checklist by adding downstream or down-gradient impacts to waters: HB 2710
Sullivan Lake, use of available waters to supply or offset out-of-stream water uses in certain counties: ESB 5647
LAND USE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT  LAND USE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT RSS Feed
               (See also COUNTIES; FOREST LAND; GROWTH MANAGEMENT; PLANNING COMMISSIONS; SHORELINES AND SHORELINE MANAGEMENT)
Brownfield properties, cleanup and reuse, providing state resources and oversight authority for local governments: SB 6211, SSB 6211, E2SSB 6211
Development regulations, department of commerce authority to approve, provisions: HB 2544
Environmental analysis and review, integrating with comprehensive and subarea plans and development regulations: HB 2694
Hearing examiners, use and governance in certain cases: HB 2201, SHB 2201
Industrial development sites, exempting from compliance with growth management statutes and the state environmental policy act: HB 2403
Industrial manufacturing sites, authorization in certain counties: HB 2031
Land use planning for jobs legislative task force, establishment: HB 1428
Land, agricultural, moratorium on amendment or adoption of development regulations: HB 1777
Permits for land use, quasi-judicial process, using hearing examiners: HB 2201, SHB 2201
Permits for land use, quasi-judicial process, using hearing examiners or planning officials: SB 5013
Private property, local government required actions on, list of actions requiring compensation: HB 2552
Rural conservation development demonstration plan, creating using transfer of development rights: HB 1622, SB 5425
State environmental policy act, environmental impact statements and planned actions: HB 2696
State environmental policy act, instituting categorical exemptions for certain nonproject actions: HB 2695
State environmental policy act, local government agencies to share lead agency responsibilities in certain cases: ESHB 1265
State environmental policy act, modifying categorical exemptions for development: HB 1713, SB 5657
State lands, management of lands and resources by agencies to be coordinated with local governments: HB 1110
Urban growth areas, establishing certainty about urbanizing of land: SB 6190
Urban growth areas, unincorporated, property tax exemption for new and rehabilitated multiple-unit dwellings: HB 2489, SB 6277, * SSB 6277, CH 194 (2012)
Working waterfront redevelopment jobs act: SB 6170, ESSB 6170
LANDLORD AND TENANT  LANDLORD AND TENANT RSS Feed
               
Applicants, prohibiting landlord refusal to renew or enter into rental agreement based on certain civil case court records: SSB 6321
Applicants, sealing certain civil court records to protect housing opportunities: HB 2564, SB 6321
Carbon monoxide alarms, landlord and tenant obligations: HB 2554, SHB 2554, SB 6324
Fair tenant screening act, modifying tenant screening statutes: * SSB 6315, CH 41 (2012)
Gangs, criminal street gang activity at rental properties, law enforcement agency provisions: HB 2632, SB 6483
Human trafficking, at rental properties, law enforcement agency provisions: HB 2632, SB 6483
Intermediate tenancies, for supportive living programs, provisions concerning persons with criminal backgrounds or substance abuse issues: HB 1894
Manufactured housing communities, manager training and certification requirements: HB 1118, SB 5261, SSB 5261
Manufactured/mobile home communities, landlord community sale notice requirement: HB 1502, * SHB 1502, CH 158 (2011), SB 5383
Manufactured/mobile home communities, modifying definition of recreational vehicle: HB 2194, * SHB 2194, CH 213 (2012)
Manufactured/mobile home communities, protecting tenants through manufactured/mobile home landlord-tenant act modifications: HB 1566, SB 5433, ESSB 5433
Manufactured/mobile home communities, rent adjustment: HB 1692, SB 5400
Manufactured/mobile home landlord tenant act, conforming certain definitions with dispute resolution program: SB 5448, SSB 5448
Manufactured/mobile home landlord tenant act, landlords to provide written receipts to tenants: HB 1078, SHB 1078, * SB 5035, CH 168 (2011)
Manufactured/mobile home landlord tenant act, modifying certain provisions: HB 2194, * SHB 2194, CH 213 (2012)
Manufactured/mobile home park rental review board, establishment by department of commerce: HB 1692, SB 5400
Mobile homes and park model trailers, ownership taken by park landlord, responsibility for taxes: HB 2183
Residential landlord-tenant act, modifying provisions: HB 1266, * SHB 1266, CH 132 (2011)
Residential landlord-tenant act, modifying tenant screening provisions: HB 1526, HB 2642, SB 5826, SB 6315, * SSB 6315, CH 41 (2012)
Screening of tenants, convening stakeholder work group on: * SSB 6315, CH 41 (2012)
Screening of tenants, ensuring fairness for tenants during screening process: HB 2642, SB 6315, * SSB 6315, CH 41 (2012)
Security deposits, residential, deposit of trust account interest in affordable housing for all account: SB 5050
Tenant screening services, excluding qualified victim protection records from report to landlord: HB 1526
Trespass in first degree, criminal, at rental properties, protections for tenants: HB 2632, SB 6483
Utility services, residential multiunit buildings, requirements for billing tenants for utilities separately from rent: HB 1778
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS  LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS RSS Feed
               (See also RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; SHERIFFS AND POLICE CHIEFS, WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF)
Agencies, law enforcement, conducting inquest for member who died while in performance of duties: SB 5270
Bloodborne pathogen testing, orders for testing for, disclosure of results to certain requestors: * HB 1454, CH 232 (2011)
Blue alert system, implementation as quick response to injuring or killing of law enforcement officers: HB 1820, * ESHB 1820, CH 37 (2012)
Chemical dependency, helping persons with, improving collaboration between providers, service delivery, law enforcement, and criminal justice agencies: SB 5452, * SSB 5452, CH 305 (2011)
Commercial sexual exploitation of children, investigating, use of informants who are alleged victims: HB 1874, * SHB 1874, CH 241 (2011), SB 5545, SSB 5545
Commercial vehicles, operated by motor carrier with revoked registration, confiscation of license plates: * HB 2459, CH 70 (2012), SB 6206
Criminal justice agencies, employees and workers, exemption of address in voter registration records from public disclosure: SB 5007
Cumming, sheriff William, honoring: * SR 8629 (2011)
Detained persons, determination of immigration status before release: HB 1892
DNA identification system, collection of samples from adults arrested for a ranked felony or gross misdemeanor violation of an order: HB 2588, SHB 2588, SB 6478
DNA identification system, collection of samples from adults arrested for a violent offense or sex offense: HB 1369, SHB 1369, SB 5240
DNA identification system, collection of samples from sex and kidnapping offenders: SB 6437
DNA identification system, collection of samples from unlawful aliens: SB 6437
DNA identification system, offender payment of fee to help offset costs for collection of samples: HB 1153, SHB 1153, * 2SHB 1153, CH 125 (2011)
Dogs, police dogs, adding civil penalties for harming or killing and removing liability for dog bites: HB 2191, * SHB 2191, CH 94 (2012)
Drivers' licenses and identicards, biometric matching system program for identity verification, use by enforcement agencies: HB 1714
Drug testing, mandatory, for law enforcement employees: HB 2628
Drugs, use of illegal drugs by law enforcement employees, suspension by department: HB 2627
Emergency service personnel, requirements for reporting to law enforcement: SB 5671, SSB 5671
Endangered persons, missing, adding to missing children clearinghouse: HB 2477, ESB 6162
Enhanced intelligence act, restricting collection of protected information about individuals or groups by law enforcement agencies: SB 5048
Firearm restrictions, partial exemption for community corrections officers under certain conditions: * ESHB 1041, CH 221 (2011)
Firearm restrictions, partial exemption for correctional personnel completing firearms training: HB 1041, SB 5031
Firearm restrictions, partial exemption for correctional personnel under certain conditions: * ESHB 1041, CH 221 (2011)
Firearm safety devices and gun safes, use or issuance by government agencies and agents, standards and related provisions: HB 1729, SB 5697, ESSB 5697
Fish and wildlife law enforcement bureau, vehicles owned by, exempting from state motor vehicle transportation service: HB 2577, SB 6316
Fish and wildlife officers, enforcement, citing skier for skiing in area closed to skiing: HB 1484, SB 5186
Fish and wildlife officers, enforcement, transfer of fish and wildlife enforcement to state patrol: SB 5249
Fish and wildlife officers, enforcement, transferring service credit from PERS to LEOFF: HB 2418, * SB 6134, CH 248 (2012)
Fish and wildlife officers, enforcement, various provisions: HB 1282, SHB 1282, SB 5201, SSB 5201
Fish and wildlife, enforcement by department of, revising provisions concerning fish and wildlife violations: HB 2364, SB 6135, * SSB 6135, CH 176 (2012)
Force, policies for use of, task force to review justice department's investigation of Seattle police department: HB 2630
Force, use of, state or local agencies prohibited from adopting federal nonstatutory policies or practices: HB 2629
Gangs, criminal street gang activity at rental properties, law enforcement agency provisions: HB 2632, SB 6483
Gangs, locally or regionally maintained gang data bases, exemption from public inspection and copying: 2SSB 5049
Harassment, of criminal justice participants, definition to include law enforcement: HB 1206, SHB 1206, * E2SHB 1206, CH 64 (2011) PV
Higher education institution police officers, using interest arbitration panels to settle labor disputes: HB 1736, SHB 1736, SB 5606
Hospital personnel, requirements for reporting to law enforcement: SB 5671, SSB 5671
Human trafficking, at rental properties, law enforcement agency provisions: HB 2632, SB 6483
Impoundment of motor vehicles by law enforcement for evidentiary purposes, requirements for processing and redeeming: HB 2273
Intermodal container chassis, violations on, assessing infraction or penalty against intermodal equipment provider: HB 2527, SB 6487
Intimidation of a law enforcement officer by a criminal gang member, criminalizing: HB 1913
Knives, spring blade, clarifying definition and restricting application of prohibitions: HB 2347, * ESHB 2347, CH 179 (2012)
Knives, switchblade, clarifying definition and restricting application of prohibitions: SB 6179, SSB 6179
Lawful presence in United States, determination of status of detained persons before release: HB 1892
Liability provisions for agencies, officers, agents, and employees: HB 1580
Marijuana, medical, cannabis dispensing and medical cannabis registry provisions relevant to law enforcement: SB 5955
Marijuana, medical, cannabis production and dispensing provisions relevant to law enforcement: HB 2118
Marijuana, medical, Washington state medical use of cannabis act provisions: HB 1100, SB 5073, SSB 5073, * E2SSB 5073, CH 181 (2011) PV
Mental health disorders, helping persons with, improving collaboration between providers, service delivery, law enforcement, and criminal justice agencies: SB 5452, * SSB 5452, CH 305 (2011)
Mental illness triage facilities, delivery of individuals to facilities by law enforcement officers: HB 1170, * SHB 1170, CH 148 (2011), SB 5028, SSB 5028
Missing children clearinghouse, adding endangered persons: HB 2477, ESB 6162
Missing persons web site, transferring to attorney general's office: HB 2573
Motorcycle profiling, defining and addressing: HB 1333, SHB 1333, * ESB 5242, CH 49 (2011)
Natural resource agency enforcement personnel, discontinuing employment and replacing with local policing agencies or state patrol: SB 5805
Natural resources investigators, general law enforcement authority: HB 2472, SB 6225
Park rangers, vesting with police powers by parks and recreation commission: HB 1321
Peace officers, background investigations as a condition of employment: HB 1567, * SHB 1567, CH 234 (2011), SB 5435
Police dogs, adding civil penalties for harming or killing and removing liability for dog bites: HB 2191, * SHB 2191, CH 94 (2012)
Police officers for universities and The Evergreen State College, collective bargaining provisions: SSB 5606
Police officers, local, use of unmarked vehicles on private property: HB 2113
Police services, for state highway routes and public safety services, interagency agreements: HB 1411, SB 5255
Protected information, individuals or groups, enhanced intelligence act to restrict collection by law enforcement agencies: SB 5048
Radulescu, Trooper Tony V., honoring: * HR 4681 (2012), * SR 8700 (2012)
Regional public safety authorities, establishment and functioning, including tax levies and benefit charges: HB 1230, SB 5155
Reserve officers, background investigations as a condition of employment: HB 1567, * SHB 1567, CH 234 (2011), SB 5435
Restraints, use on juveniles in court, developing informational packet on requirements: HB 2298, SHB 2298, SB 6333
Scrap metal businesses, transactions involving metal property, submission of records and declarations to law enforcement: SB 6425
Seattle police department, use of force policies, creating task force to review justice department's investigation of: HB 2630
Security alarm systems, ordinances and programs, property owner access to associated information collected by law enforcement agencies: SB 5244
Security alarm systems, programs, property owner access to associated information collected by law enforcement agencies: SSB 5244, 2SSB 5244
Security alarm systems, programs, property owner access to personally identifying information collected by law enforcement agencies: * EHB 1234, CH 88 (2012)
Sheriff's office, use of unmarked vehicles on private property: HB 2113
Sheriffs, citing skier for skiing in area closed to skiing: HB 1484, SB 5186
Sobriety checkpoints, authorizing administrative sobriety checkpoint programs: HB 1912
State patrol, addressing motorcycle profiling in law enforcement training: SHB 1333
State patrol, background checks of peer counselors with access to children or vulnerable adults: SB 5681, SSB 5681
State patrol, central registry of sex offenders, removal of names of certain sex and kidnapping offenders: HB 1097
State patrol, conviction records dissemination: * ESB 6296, CH 125 (2012)
State patrol, criminal identification system for emergency shelter and transitional housing entities: SB 6167, * SSB 6167, CH 44 (2012)
State patrol, funding for, adjustments to fees for drivers and motor vehicles to provide: HB 2053, ESHB 2053, SB 5925
State patrol, interagency agreements with department of transportation for police services, overtime compensation: HB 1411, SB 5255
State patrol, transfer of fish and wildlife enforcement to state patrol: SB 5249
Traffic fines, creating civil collection process for unpaid fines, removing law enforcement intervention: HB 2680, SB 6284, SSB 6284, * E2SSB 6284, CH 82 (2012)
Training costs, reimbursing criminal justice training commission for certain costs: HB 2134, HB 2801
Transportation facilities, intrusive searches by public officials, citizen complaints and statutory prohibitions: SB 6432
Vacation crime watch programs, property owner access to associated information collected by law enforcement agencies: SB 5244, SSB 5244, 2SSB 5244
Vacation crime watch programs, property owner access to personally identifying information collected by law enforcement agencies: * EHB 1234, CH 88 (2012)
Vehicle emission standards, exempting vehicles purchased by police, sheriff, state patrol, or fire district: HB 2609
Vehicles, unmarked, use on private property by local police department or sheriff's office: HB 2113
Video and audio recording by officers, adding cameras worn by officers to provisions: SB 6066
Workers' compensation, death from heart attack or stroke in line of duty, presumption of occupational disease: SB 5212
Workers' compensation, death from heart problems or stroke in line of duty, presumption of occupational disease: HB 1445, SHB 1445, SB 5354
Workers' compensation, heart problems or stroke in line of duty, presumption of occupational disease: SSB 5354
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS' AND FIREFIGHTERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM (LEOFF)  (See RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
LAWYERS  (See ATTORNEYS)
LEAD  LEAD RSS Feed
               
Ammunition, lead-containing, restricting authority of fish and wildlife commission to prohibit use or possession of: SB 6209
Fishing products, prohibiting sale and purchase of certain lead fishing products: HB 2241
LEASEHOLD EXCISE TAX  (See TAXES - LEASEHOLD EXCISE TAX)
LEGISLATIVE AUDIT AND REVIEW COMMITTEE, JOINT  LEGISLATIVE AUDIT AND REVIEW COMMITTEE, JOINT RSS Feed
               
Budget outlook process, committee duties in connection with: HB 2827
Commitments, civil, committee assessment of costs of providing judicial services: * SSB 5531, CH 343 (2011)
Community residential service businesses, tax on, committee review: HB 1337, SHB 1337, HB 2150, SHB 2150, SB 5465, SSB 5465
Ethics and integrity in state government, plans for improving, committee to audit ethics boards: HB 1763, HB 2796
Lodging tax, tourism promotion, removing joint committee reporting requirement: SB 6446, SSB 6446
School district reorganization, joint committee review of comprehensive plan: HB 1325
School employees, health benefits, committee role in reporting on K-12 benefits modification process: * ESSB 5940, CH 3 (2012)
Tax preferences, adding a rate of return measure to committee's duties: HB 2531
Tax preferences, committee review according to schedule developed by citizen commission: HB 1286, * SB 5044, CH 335 (2011), SB 5857
Tax preferences, enacted for economic development purposes, demonstrating beneficial impact: * SB 5044, CH 335 (2011)
Tax preferences, implementing recommendations related to review process conducted by the joint committee: HB 2094
Tax preferences, repealing various: HB 2762, SHB 2762
Tax preferences, review by committee: HB 2753
Workers' compensation, committee to contract for independent study of voluntary settlement agreements: HB 2108, HB 2109
Workers' compensation, performance audit of claims management system by committee: HB 2116, * EHB 2123, CH 37 (2011)
Workers' compensation, retrospective rating plan employer and group claims management, committee to study: ESHB 1487
LEGISLATIVE ETHICS BOARD  LEGISLATIVE ETHICS BOARD RSS Feed
               
Enforcement responsibility, replacing board with public disclosure commission: HB 2402
Ethics and integrity in state government, plans for improving, including role and auditing of board: HB 1763, HB 2796
LEGISLATIVE EVALUATION AND ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAM  LEGISLATIVE EVALUATION AND ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAM RSS Feed
               
Data collection, transfer of functions from higher education coordinating board to program: HB 1816
LEGISLATIVE SELECT COMMITTEE ON HEALTH REFORM IMPLEMENTATION, JOINT  LEGISLATIVE SELECT COMMITTEE ON HEALTH REFORM IMPLEMENTATION, JOINT RSS Feed
               
Continuing work of committee by changing expiration date: HCR 4404, * ESHCR 4404 (2011), SB 5508, SSB 5508
LEGISLATURE  LEGISLATURE RSS Feed
               (See also LEGISLATIVE AUDIT AND REVIEW COMMITTEE, JOINT; REDISTRICTING COMMISSION; STATE GOVERNMENT; TITLE ONLY BILLS)
38th district senator, election results: SR 8601
Agreements between federal government and state agencies, agencies to report to legislature: HB 1947
Appropriations legislation, public and legislative review period for omnibus appropriations bills: HB 1344, HJR 4205, SB 5419
Baccalaureate funding formula, establishing joint select legislative task force on formula: * E2SHB 1795, CH 10 (2011) PV
Balanced budget, requiring balanced current and ensuing fiscal biennium budgets and preparation of budget outlook for budgets: SB 6636, * SSB 6636, CH 8 (2012)
Basic education expenditures, prioritization, appropriations to be made in legislation separate from omnibus appropriations acts: HB 1415, HJR 4210
Basic education funding joint legislative work group, establishing: SB 6618
Bills, cutoff dates: * HCR 4402 (2011), * HCR 4408 (2012)
Bills, emergency clauses, constitutional amendment to restrict use: HJR 4200
Bills, resolutions, and memorials from 2011 and 2012 regular and special sessions, reintroduction for 2012 second special session: * HCR 4412 (2012), SCR 8414
Bills, resolutions, and memorials from 2011 regular and first special sessions, reintroduction for 2011 second special session: * HCR 4406 (2011)
Bills, resolutions, and memorials from 2011 regular and special sessions and 2012 regular session, reintroduction for 2012 first special session: * HCR 4411 (2012)
Bills, resolutions, and memorials from 2011 regular and special sessions, reintroduction for 2012 regular session: * SCR 8408 (2012)
Bills, resolutions, and memorials from 2011 regular session, reintroduction for 2011 first special session: * HCR 4405 (2011)
Bills, resolutions, and memorials, returning to house of origin: * HCR 4413 (2012), * SCR 8402 (2011), * SCR 8403 (2011), * SCR 8406 (2011), * SCR 8410 (2012), * SCR 8412 (2012)
British Columbia legislative intern program, interns and facilitators in, honoring: * SR 8672 (2012)
British Columbia parliamentary internship participants, honoring: * HR 4642 (2011), * HR 4659 (2012), * SR 8639 (2011)
Budget, returning greater control to legislature by eliminating collective bargaining for state employees: SB 5349
Budgets, four-year balanced budgets, constitutional amendment to require: ESJR 8222
Budgets, operating, requiring six-year budget outlook tied to existing revenues: HB 2607, SHB 2607
Budgets, operating, setting aside reserve amounts, requirements: HB 2562
Budgets, requiring balanced current fiscal biennium budget and updated budget outlook for budgets: HB 2827
Budgets, six-year balanced budgets, submitting to the people as a referendum to require: SB 6596
Compacts and compact amendments, role of legislature: HB 2046
Constitutional authority, federal or state, requiring citation with all bills, acts, ordinances, resolutions, and rules: HB 1951
Deceased former members, joint session to honor: * SCR 8400 (2011)
Dissolving and reorganizing of counties, legislative authority: HJR 4214
Districts, legislative and congressional, redistricting plan: * EHCR 4409 (2012), SB 6587, SJR 8227, SCR 8409
Elected and appointed officials, allowing salary reductions: HJR 4204, SJR 8209
Elected and appointed officials, salary reduction when public employee salaries are reduced: SJR 8202, SSJR 8202, SJR 8203
Elected officials, salary reduction when state employee salaries are reduced: HB 1115, HJR 4201
Employees of legislative branch, collective bargaining rights: HB 2041
Employees of state legislative branch, implementing three percent salary reduction: SB 5860, * ESSB 5860, CH 39 (2011)
Enforcement actions by state agencies, moneys received from, requiring legislative appropriation for expenditure: HB 2784
Ethics and integrity in state government, plans for improving: HB 1763, HB 2796
Ethics, legislator newsletters and similar printed material, exempting from legislative resources use prohibition: SB 5417, SSB 5417, 2SSB 5417
Ethics, personal use of state-provided electronic devices: SB 5040
Fees, designation for highway purposes, constitutional amendment to require two-thirds majority to modify: SHJR 4228
Fiscal notes, estimate of impact of expenditure reductions and increases to be included: HB 2084, SB 5872
Fiscal notes, pilot project to involve official of financial management and department of revenue: SB 5411
Fiscal notes, process for legislation uniquely affecting school districts: * EHB 1703, CH 140 (2011)
Fiscal notes, requirements: HB 1067
Fuel economy programs, legislative authorization after impact assessment: HB 1948
Greenhouse gas emissions reduction programs, legislative authorization after impact assessment: HB 1948
Haag, Janet, recognizing: * SR 8659 (2011)
Higher education access for students with disabilities, improving, creating legislative task force on: SB 6267
Higher education committee, joint, creation: * E2SHB 2483, CH 229 (2012) PV, SSB 6232, E2SSB 6232, SB 6269, SSB 6269
Higher education reform, legislative task force on, establishment: HB 2833
House interim business, conducting: * HR 4649 (2011), * HR 4689 (2012)
House of representatives, completion of quality award assessment, requirements: HB 2796, SB 6594
House rules, permanent: * HR 4610 (2011)
House rules, standing committees, increasing number of members serving on environment and higher education committees: * HR 4650 (2012)
House rules, temporary: * HR 4600 (2011)
House, election of members, provisions concerning house districts: HB 1092
Joint legislative select committee on health reform implementation, continuing work of committee: HCR 4404, * ESHCR 4404 (2011), SB 5508, SSB 5508
Joint legislative task force on juvenile record sealing, establishment: * SHB 1793, CH 333 (2011)
Joint legislative task force on nuclear energy, establishment: HB 1513, SB 5564
Joint rules, adoption: * HCR 4403 (2011)
Joint select committee on education finance and accountability, establishment: HB 2818
Joint select committee on pesticide drift exposure, establishment: 2SHB 2413
Joint select legislative task force on public interest degrees, establishment: HB 1954
Joint sessions: * HCR 4401 (2011), * HCR 4407 (2012)
Joint task force on education funding, establishment: * HB 2824, CH 10 (2012)
Junior taxing districts, joint select committee on, establishment: EHB 2602
K-12 appropriations, requiring enacting into law before action on other omnibus appropriations legislation: HB 2533, HB 2780
Kenney, Phyllis Gutiérrez, representative, honoring: * HR 4685 (2012)
Land use planning for jobs legislative task force, establishment: HB 1428
Legislative support services, office of, creation: * HB 2705, CH 113 (2012), SB 6509
Mailings by legislators, expenditure limits, revising basis for determining: SB 6031
Maternal health care task force, legislative, establishment: HB 1562
Omnibus appropriations bills, disclosing long-term fiscal impacts of budget proposals: SB 5930
Omnibus appropriations bills, prohibiting substantive law provisions: HJR 4206
Omnibus appropriations bills, public and legislative review period: HB 1344, HJR 4205, SB 5419
Omnibus appropriations bills, restricting amounts that can be appropriated: HB 1426
Omnibus appropriations bills, restricting omnibus operating appropriations proposals: HJR 4207
Operating budgets, prohibiting unsustainable operating budgets and requiring four-year budget outlooks: HB 1471
Oral history activities, transfer of power, duties, and functions to department of heritage, arts, and culture: HB 2033
Organized, notification of governor: * HCR 4400 (2011), * SCR 8407 (2012)
Petroleum, joint legislative task force on a Washington strategic petroleum reserve, establishment: HB 2707
Preferences, legislative intent, review, and expiration provisions: HB 2753
Records, legislative, exception from state archivist authority: SB 6522, SB 6588
Representative Bill Hinkle, honoring: * HR 4682 (2012)
Representative Fred Finn, honoring: * HR 4680 (2012)
Representative Mary Lou Dickerson, honoring: * HR 4686 (2012)
Rosmond, Polly, honoring: * SR 8607 (2011)
School funding, establishing joint select committee on article IX litigation to address: * HCR 4410 (2012)
Senate interim business, conducting: * SR 8706 (2012)
Senate rules, permanent: * ESR 8604 (2011)
Senate rules, permanent, amending: * SR 8611 (2011), * SR 8666 (2012)
Senator Hayner, Jeannette, honoring: * SR 8615 (2011)
Senator McCaslin, Bob, honoring: * SR 8600 (2011)
Senator Prentice, Margarita, honoring: * SR 8625 (2011)
Senator White, Scott, honoring: * SR 8665 (2012)
Senators, United States, requesting that Congress amend seventeenth amendment concerning senatorial selection process: SJM 8013
Sessions, annual regular, starting time: HB 1207
Sessions, limiting regular sessions to ninety days in odd-numbered years: HJR 4218
Sessions, providing ten-day adjournment period after cutoff to consider bills in house of origin: SJR 8211
Sine Die, first special session: * SCR 8404 (2011), * SCR 8413 (2012)
Sine Die, regular session: * SCR 8401 (2011), * SCR 8411 (2012)
Sine Die, second special session: * HCR 4414 (2012), * SCR 8405 (2011)
Skilled nursing facility safety net trust fund, restrictions on legislative action: HB 2727
Special session, reintroduction of bills, memorials, and resolutions for 2011 first special session: * HCR 4405 (2011)
Special session, reintroduction of bills, memorials, and resolutions for 2011 second special session: * HCR 4406 (2011)
Special session, reintroduction of bills, memorials, and resolutions for 2012 first special session: * HCR 4411 (2012)
Special session, reintroduction of bills, memorials, and resolutions for 2012 second special session: * HCR 4412 (2012), SCR 8414
Standing committees, house, increasing number of members serving on environment and higher education committees: * HR 4650 (2012)
Standing committees, senate, changing names: * SR 8662 (2011)
Student achievement, joint select legislative committee on, establishment: HB 2483, SHB 2483, SB 6232
Tax increase legislation, expiration date requirement for new tax increases: SJR 8217
Tax increase legislation, modifying definition of "raises taxes" to exclude modifications of preferences: SB 5944
Tax increase legislation, requiring three-fifths majority to impose tax increase: HJR 4208
Tax increase legislation, two-thirds majority vote requirement for approval: HJR 4212, HJR 4213
Tax or fee bills, public and legislative review period: SB 5419
Tax preferences, proposed, requiring expiration date and statement of legislative intent: SB 6088, SSB 6088
Tax preferences, proposed, requiring net benefit to state: SB 6496
Tax preferences, proposed, requiring statement of legislative intent: SHB 2762, HB 2774
Vacancies, filling, constitutional amendment to require legislative district committee to make nominations: HJR 4223
Vacancies, filling, shifting nominating authority to party's legislative district committee: HJR 4222
LIBRARIES, PUBLIC  LIBRARIES, PUBLIC RSS Feed
               
Goldendale Community Library, honoring in its 100th year of service: * SR 8682 (2012)
Online learning, libraries' role in encouraging K-12 students to use during school year breaks: HB 2634
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Heritage, arts, and culture, department of, transfer of state library to department: HB 2033
Research requests, cost recovery when requester is not a Washington resident: HB 2222, SB 6047, SSB 6047
University of Washington, transfer of library from secretary of state to: HB 2398
LICENSE PLATES  (See LICENSING, DEPARTMENT; MOTOR VEHICLES)
LICENSING, DEPARTMENT  LICENSING, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also BOATS; DRIVERS AND DRIVERS' LICENSES)
Advertisements, relating to licensing services, allowing in publications and on web site of department: HB 2027
Appraisal management companies, increasing minimal penal sum of surety bond: HB 2566, SB 6306
Bail bond agents, licensure: SB 5056, SSB 5056
Biometric matching system program, identity verification, use by enforcement agencies: HB 1714
Body art, body piercing, and tattooing, licensing provisions: HB 1256, ESHB 1256, SB 5074, SSB 5074
Business and professional licensing, surcharges, funding state work-study program through: SB 6447
Business licensing, including local, simplifying: HB 2490, SB 6176
Chauffeur license issuance, department to convene internal work group regarding: SB 5502, * SSB 5502, CH 374 (2011)
Cosmetology, barbering, manicuring, and esthetics, department to adopt rules for online training: HB 2242
Court reporting, court reporter and court reporter firm licensing provisions: HB 1205, SHB 1205
Court reporting, firms and agencies, licensing: SB 5052
Drivers' licenses, examinations and renewals, department role in alternatives to using drivers' licensing offices: * ESHB 1635, CH 370 (2011)
Driving records, abstracts of, contractual arrangements with an employer for review of existing employees' records: HB 1504, SB 5246, * SSB 5246, CH 73 (2012)
Driving records, abstracts of, furnishing an employer with abstracts of existing employees' records: SHB 1504
Driving records, abstracts of, increasing fee for furnishing: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012), ESSB 6455
Electric vehicles, imposition of additional fee for vehicle registration: SB 5251, 2ESSB 5251, 2SSB 5251
Electronic benefit cards for public assistance, restriction of use, suspension of licenses by department for noncompliance: SB 5921, * ESSB 5921, CH 42 (2011) PV
Employment agencies, regulation of: HB 2693
Engineers, registration renewal, department administration of continuing professional development requirements: EHB 1900
Facial recognition matching system for drivers' licenses, permits, and identicards, implementation by department: HB 2433, SHB 2433, SB 6150, * ESSB 6150, CH 80 (2012)
Fees for drivers and motor vehicles, adjustments for transportation services cost recovery: HB 2053, ESHB 2053, SB 5925
Habitual traffic offenders, removing certified mail requirement for sending notifications to: SB 6349
Hair designers, creating hair design license: HB 1085, SHB 1085
Historic vessels, collecting of, definition and registration decal provisions: SB 5134
Identification, state-issued, applicants to show proof of citizenship or lawful presence in U.S.: HB 1459, HB 1577, SB 5333, SB 5335, SB 5407, SSB 5407, SB 6433
Identification, state-issued, various provisions: SB 5407, SSB 5407
Interior design, designers and firms, registration: HB 1788
Interior design, state board for registered interior designers, creation: HB 1788
License plates, fees, adding additional fees in certain cases: HB 2269, * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012), ESSB 6455
License plates, number of plates, furnishing only rear plate in certain cases: HB 1219, SB 5560, SB 6471
License plates, replacement fees, deposit in special safety corridor account: SB 6435
License plates, replacement fees, four-wheel all-terrain vehicles: E2SSB 5366
License plates, replacement, aligning fees with actual costs: HB 1541
License plates, replacement, charging periodic replacement fee: HB 2775, SB 6585
License plates, replacement, eliminating periodic replacement requirement: SB 5106, SB 5414
License plates, replacement, modifying periodic replacement requirement: HB 1540
License plates, replacement, restricting replacement to plates whose functional lifetime has been exceeded: HB 1655
License plates, special year tab for persons with disabilities: HB 2387, HB 2574, * SHB 2574, CH 71 (2012)
License plates, special, "In God We Trust" plates: HB 1514
License plates, special, "music matters" plates: HB 1329, * SHB 1329, CH 229 (2011), SB 5724
License plates, special, 4-H plates: HB 2299, * SHB 2299, CH 65 (2012), SB 6034, SSB 6034
License plates, special, availability for motorcycles of certain plates: SB 5063, SSB 5063
License plates, special, collector vehicle plate provisions: * SHB 1933, CH 243 (2011)
License plates, special, former prisoner of war plates, Japanese-American World War II internee eligibility for: SB 6467
License plates, special, gold star plates, removing vehicle license fees and taxes payment requirement: HB 2248
License plates, special, horseless carriage and collector vehicle plate provisions: HB 1134, HB 1933
License plates, special, national rifle association: HB 2202, SB 6123, SSB 6123
License plates, special, official state flower: * SHB 2299, CH 65 (2012), SB 5990, ESSB 5990
License plates, special, requiring for persons convicted of certain DUI-related offenses: HB 1955
License plates, special, volunteer firefighter plates: HB 1136, * SHB 1136, CH 225 (2011)
License plates, state, requiring Indian tribal members to display state plates in certain cases: HB 2004
Licensing, professional, expediting process for military spouses relocating to Washington: HB 2167, SB 5969, * ESSB 5969, CH 5 (2011)
Locksmiths, licensing: SB 5177
Master applications for licenses, application fees: HB 1791
Master license service program, transferring to department of revenue: HB 2017, * SHB 2017, CH 298 (2011), SB 5911, SSB 5911
Military spouses, expediting professional licensing process when relocating to Washington: HB 2167, SB 5969, * ESSB 5969, CH 5 (2011)
Motor vehicle subagencies, expanding services to include drivers' licenses, identicards, and driving record abstracts: SB 5704
Motor vehicles, certificates of title, charging application fee: ESSB 6455
Motor vehicles, certificates of title, increasing certain fees: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012)
Motor vehicles, certificates of title, quick title: HB 1046, * SHB 1046, CH 326 (2011), SB 5038, SSB 5038
Motor vehicles, certificates of title, release of owner and name address to homeowners' association: HB 1281, SB 5701
Motor vehicles, electric, imposition of additional fee for vehicle registration: SB 5251, 2ESSB 5251, 2SSB 5251
Motor vehicles, electric, roadway impact fee to be paid with licensing application: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012), SB 6455
Motor vehicles, fees for, adjustments for transportation services cost recovery: HB 2053, ESHB 2053, SB 5925
Motor vehicles, for hire vehicles and for hire vehicle operators, provisions: HB 1367, * ESHB 1367, CH 190 (2011), SB 5498, SSB 5498, SB 5502, * SSB 5502, CH 374 (2011)
Motor vehicles, four-wheel all-terrain, annual vehicle license fee: E2SSB 5366
Motor vehicles, license fees for, making voluntary state parks donation when paying fees: * E2SHB 2373, CH 261 (2012), SB 6184
Motor vehicles, license plates, furnishing only rear plate in certain cases: HB 1219, SB 6471
Motor vehicles, registration and title provisions, reconciling changes made in 2010 legislative sessions: * ESB 5061, CH 171 (2011)
Motor vehicles, registration and title provisions, technical amendments and reconciling of changes made in 2010 and 2011 legislative sessions: SB 6479, SSB 6479
Motor vehicles, registration, implementing two-year registration for certain vehicles: HB 1859
Motor vehicles, registration, processing mail-in renewals: HB 1991
Motor vehicles, registration, provisions concerning renewal notice fees and means of payment: SB 5727
Motor vehicles, registration, requiring proof of insurance: HB 1579
Motor vehicles, special license plates, availability for motorcycles of certain plates: SB 5063, SSB 5063
Motor vehicles, street rod and custom vehicles, certificates of titles: SB 5585, * ESSB 5585, CH 114 (2011)
Motor vehicles, two or four-wheel all-terrain, annual vehicle license fee: ESSB 5366
Motor vehicles, unregistered, operation on public highways with trip permit: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012)
Motor vehicles, yellow dot program, implementing: HB 2280
Moving violation, department and others to define: SSB 6284, * E2SSB 6284, CH 82 (2012)
Off-road vehicle moneys, modifying distribution provisions: HB 1539
Registration and title provisions for motor vehicles and vessels, reconciling changes made in 2010 legislative sessions: * ESB 5061, CH 171 (2011)
Registration and title provisions, technical amendments and reconciling of changes made in 2010 and 2011 legislative sessions: SB 6479, SSB 6479
Registration, off-road motorcycles for on-road use: SB 5800, * SSB 5800, CH 121 (2011)
Revocation of driver's license, mailing notices to habitual traffic offenders by first-class mail: HB 2400
Security guards, private, department to create training manual and required curriculum: HB 1767
Security guards, private, licensing: HB 1767
Sellers of travel, transaction of business by, modifying provisions: HB 1316, SHB 1316
Snowmobiles, certificates of title: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012)
Soil scientists and wetland scientists, certification and creation of board: HB 1313, SHB 1313, SB 5225
Sports, events, licensing and unprofessional conduct provisions for boxing, martial arts, and wrestling: HB 1062, SHB 1062
Title and registration activities, meeting between department, county auditors, and subagents concerning: SB 5659
Title and registration advisory committee, creation: HB 1368
Towing businesses and employees, criminal background check requirements and private impound rates: ESHB 2372
Towing businesses, fees for tow truck operator registration: HB 2372
Uniform commercial code, amending various articles: HB 2197, * ESHB 2197, CH 214 (2012)
Uniform commercial code, article 9A, revising provisions on secured transactions: HB 1492, * ESHB 1492, CH 74 (2011)
Vessels, certificates of title, charging fee for duplicate: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012)
Vessels, certificates of title, quick title: HB 1046, * SHB 1046, CH 326 (2011), SB 5038, SSB 5038
Vessels, collecting of historic vessels, definition and registration decal provisions: SB 5134
Vessels, nonresident permitting provisions: HB 1904, HB 1944, SB 5372, SB 6248
Vessels, registration and title provisions, reconciling changes made in 2010 legislative sessions: * ESB 5061, CH 171 (2011)
Vessels, registration and title provisions, technical amendments and reconciling of changes made in 2010 and 2011 legislative sessions: SB 6479, SSB 6479
Vessels, registration, processing mail-in renewals: HB 1991
Vessels, revising certain permitting provisions: HB 1944, SB 5372
Vessels, title and registration fees, partially suspending collection of derelict vessel and invasive species removal fee: HB 1395, SB 5036, * SSB 5036, CH 169 (2011)
Veteran designation on driver's license or identicard, department role: HB 2378
Wastewater treatment, designers of on-site systems, licensing provisions: HB 1061, * SHB 1061, CH 256 (2011), SB 5286, SSB 5286
Wetland scientists and soil scientists, certification and creation of board: HB 1313, SHB 1313, SB 5225
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, OFFICE  LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, OFFICE RSS Feed
               
Archaeology and historic preservation, department of, abolishing and transferring powers, duties, and functions to office: SB 5835
LIFE SCIENCES DISCOVERY FUND  LIFE SCIENCES DISCOVERY FUND RSS Feed
               
Life sciences discovery fund, deposit of revenues by legislature: HB 2072
LIGHTING  LIGHTING RSS Feed
               
Mercury-containing lights, product stewardship organizations, environmental handling charges and antitrust law immunity: SB 6538, SSB 6538
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD  LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD RSS Feed
               
Abolishing board and transferring powers and duties to gaming and liquor control commission: HB 2686
Airports, lounges, VIP airport lounge liquor license: SB 5156, * SSB 5156, CH 325 (2011)
Alcohol beverage control, office of, transferring all powers and duties of liquor control board to: HB 2723
Beer and wine tasting, board to establish pilot project for farmers markets: HB 1172, * SHB 1172, CH 62 (2011), SB 5029, SSB 5029
Beer and/or wine specialty shops, board authority to allow sales of beer in sanitary containers: SB 5711
Beer, retail sales, theater license: EHB 2558, SB 6366
Beer, tasting, changing criteria for beer and wine tasting endorsement for grocery stores: SB 6475, SSB 6475, ESSB 6477
Cannabis, eliminating penalties for possession and consumption: HB 1550, SB 5598
Cigar lounges, special license endorsements for tobacco products retailer licensees: HB 1683, SHB 1683, SB 5542, ESSB 5542, ESB 6623
Closure of all state liquor stores, process and timeline: SB 5933
Craft distilleries, adoption of rules to allow sales of own spirits by distilleries at farmers markets: SB 5650, SSB 5650
Craft distilleries, exemption from certain spirits retail license issuance fees: * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Distribution, liquor, leasing state distribution and warehousing facilities and operations: * ESSB 5942, CH 45 (2011)
Distribution, privatizing of distribution and retail of liquor: SB 5111, SB 5933, SB 5953
Distribution, spirits, leasing state distribution and warehousing facilities and operations: SB 5942
Electronic benefit cards for public assistance, restriction of use, suspension of contracts by board for noncompliance: SB 5921, * ESSB 5921, CH 42 (2011) PV
Gambling and liquor commission, consolidating board and gambling commission to form: SB 6554
Grocery stores, changing criteria for beer and wine tasting endorsement for: SB 6475, SSB 6475, ESSB 6477
Grocery stores, colocation of contract liquor stores in, pilot project: HB 2043, SB 5917
Grocery stores, with liquor license, board authority to allow sales of beer in sanitary container brought by purchaser: SB 5710
Licensees, generally, modifying certain conditions and restrictions: * HB 1465, CH 195 (2011)
Licenses, craft wineries, establishment of license: SB 5257
Licenses, creating senior center liquor license: HB 2249, SB 6076, ESSB 6477
Licenses, endorsements, sales of beer from tap to sanitary container on premises: HB 1244, SB 5302, SB 5710, SB 5711
Licenses, fees: HB 2014
Licenses, issuance to businesses located near schools, distance requirements: SB 5285
Licenses, objections to, role of local legislative authorities: HB 2179
Licenses, prohibiting delinquent taxpayers from renewing liquor license: HB 2154
Licenses, provisions: * SSB 5788, CH 119 (2011) PV
Licenses, provisions of omnibus liquor act: SB 5788
Licenses, spirits distributor licensees to pay license issuance fee to fund chemical dependency treatment: SB 6578
Licenses, spirits retail, prohibiting issuance to membership organizations: HB 2426
Licenses, spirits, beer, and wine private club license, endorsements for certain nonclub events: SB 5827
Licenses, theater license, sales of beer and wine: EHB 2558, SB 6366
Liquor, distribution and warehousing, leasing state facilities and operations: * ESSB 5942, CH 45 (2011)
Liquor, manufacturers, creating joint tasting locations, licensing requirements: HB 2626
Liquor-related products, selling in state and contract liquor stores: HB 2043
Liquor-related products, selling in state liquor stores: HB 1529, HB 2038, SB 5916
Marijuana producers, processors, and retailers, department to license and regulate: SI 502, HI 502
Marijuana, dedicated marijuana fund, disbursements from fund by board: SI 502, HI 502
Marijuana, eliminating penalties for possession and consumption: HB 1550, SB 5598
Payments to board, methods of payment for purposes of alcoholic beverage control statutes: HB 1372, SB 5258
Permits, special, issuance in certain cases to vendors that manufacture liquor mixers: HB 1244, SB 5302
Permits, spirits shipper permits for shipping directly to consumer: HB 2425
Retail sales, colocation of contract liquor stores in grocery stores, pilot project: HB 2043, SB 5917
Retail sales, penalties for retail licensees cited by board for selling alcohol to a person under twenty-one: SB 5219
Retail sales, privatizing of retail and distribution of liquor: SB 5111, SB 5933, SB 5953
Retail sales, provisions: * SSB 5788, CH 119 (2011) PV
Retail sales, provisions of omnibus liquor act: SB 5788
Retail sales, role of board in converting state's retail liquor sales to full contract liquor store system: HB 1116
Revenue, department of, transferring certain tax collection and other functions from board to: SB 6554
Spirits sampling, pilot project to allow in state liquor and contract stores: HB 1202, * ESHB 1202, CH 186 (2011), SB 5150, SSB 5150
Spirits, converting to private licensee system of spirits retailing and distribution: SB 5933
Spirits, distribution and warehousing, leasing state facilities and operations: SB 5942
Spirits, retail licenses, prohibiting issuance to membership organizations: HB 2426
Spirits, sampling in former contract liquor stores: HB 2706, SB 6477, ESSB 6477
Spirits, shipping directly to consumer, permit requirements for spirits shippers: HB 2425
Tobacco products, noncigarette, sales restrictions and prohibitions, violations and penalties: HB 1246, SHB 1246, SB 5380
Tobacconist shops, retail, special license endorsements for tobacco products retailer licensees: HB 1683, SHB 1683, SB 5542, ESSB 5542, ESB 6623
Violations, selling alcohol to a person under twenty-one, violations for retail licensees cited by board: SB 5219
Wine, agents, provisions: * SSB 5788, CH 119 (2011) PV
Wine, agents, provisions of omnibus liquor act: SB 5788
Wine, domestic wineries, licensing: HB 1641
Wine, reform of distribution laws: SB 5933
Wine, retail sales, theater license: EHB 2558, SB 6366
Wine, shipping of, provisions concerning licenses, licensees, and taxation: HB 1482, SB 5256
Wine, small wineries, requirements for tax payments and reporting to board: HB 1373, * SB 5259, CH 20 (2012)
Wine, tasting, changing criteria for beer and wine tasting endorsement for grocery stores: SB 6475, SSB 6475, ESSB 6477
LITTERING  (See PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY)
LIVESTOCK  LIVESTOCK RSS Feed
               (See also ANIMALS)
Care standards, minimal: HB 2674
Carnivores, large wild, commercial livestock injury or loss due to: HB 2365, SHB 2365, E2SHB 2365, SB 6139
Cattle, certain vehicles transporting, stopping at port of entry upon entering state through certain counties: * ESHB 1922, CH 242 (2011)
Cattle, certain vehicles transporting, stopping at weigh station for inspection and weight measurement: HB 1922
Cruelty to animals, prevention and penalties: HB 1147, SB 5065, * SSB 5065, CH 172 (2011)
Damage to commercial livestock by wildlife, payment of claims for compensation: HB 2351, HB 2365, SHB 2365, E2SHB 2365, SB 6139
Diseases, traceability of animal diseases, identification device fees to fund services and program support: * SHB 1538, CH 204 (2011) PV, SB 5759
Diseases, traceability of animal diseases, provisions including fees and account: * SHB 1538, CH 204 (2011) PV
Health inspections, requirements, including violations and penalties: HB 1538, * SHB 1538, CH 204 (2011) PV, SB 5235, SSB 5235
Horses, brand inspection, eliminating requirements: HB 1093
Horses, brand inspection, revising requirements: HB 1439
Identification devices and methods, payment of fee to department of agriculture when supplied: * SHB 1538, CH 204 (2011) PV, SB 5759
Inspections, exemption, certain sales of unbranded dairy breeding cattle: SB 6484
Inspections, fees and fee exemptions: SB 6484
Killing or harming with malice when livestock belongs to another person, criminal and civil provisions: HB 1243, * SHB 1243, CH 67 (2011)
Livestock operations, process for achieving water quality objectives, violations and penalties: SSB 5723
Manure, anaerobic digesters, granting extended sulfur emissions compliance period to certain electric generating projects powered by biogas from: * 2SSB 5343, CH 238 (2012)
Manure, anaerobic digesters, new source construction notice requirement exemption: SB 5343, SSB 5343
Manure, anaerobic digesters, permitting process under clean air act: HB 1070, SB 5571
Manure, defining as agricultural product for purposes of commercial driver licensing: HB 1966, * SHB 1966, CH 142 (2011)
Meat inspection program, establishment: HB 1200, SHB 1200, 2SHB 1200
Nutrient management, provisions concerning investigations and corrective actions: SB 5723
Records, livestock information related to animal disease traceability and importation, disclosure exemptions: * HB 2456, CH 168 (2012), SB 6087
Water pollution control regulations, violations, providing voluntary compliance assistance before issuing notice for lands with livestock: HB 1152
Water, department of ecology to convene stock water working group: SB 6200
Wolves, gray, affirmative defense for unlawful taking of endangered fish or wildlife in certain cases of gray wolf attacking livestock: SB 6137
Wolves, gray, allowing killing of gray wolf when livestock being attacked: E2SHB 2365, SSB 6137
LOANS  LOANS RSS Feed
               (See also MORTGAGES AND MORTGAGE BROKERS)
Business and occupation tax, deduction of interest on loans secured by mortgages or deeds of trust, narrowing deduction for banking and other financial businesses: HB 2794
Consumer loan act, certain housing loans for low-income borrowers and housing, not subject to consumer loan act: HB 1405, SHB 1405, * 2SHB 1405, CH 191 (2011), SB 5303, SSB 5303
Escrow, expanding definition: HB 1940
Escrow, expanding definition for licensing purposes: HB 2256, SB 6235, SSB 6235
Investment trust, creation of Washington investment trust, including loaning provisions: HB 1320, HB 2434, SB 5238, SB 6310
Nondepository institutions making loans, modernizing statutes concerning and streamlining enforcement authorities of: HB 2255, * SHB 2255, CH 17 (2012), SB 6173, SSB 6173
Small business loan or loan guarantee program, department of commerce to offer: HB 1165
Small loans, borrowing, reducing borrower twelve-month loan limit: HB 2151
Small loans, borrowing, removing borrower twelve-month loan limit: HB 1678, SB 5547
Small loans, borrowing, removing borrower twelve-month loan limit while imposing maximum interest rate: HB 1810
Small loans, making small loans, license and endorsement requirements: HB 1195, SB 5601
Small loans, making small loans, restrictions and enforcement: HB 1644, SB 5600
Small loans, making unlicensed loans, increasing criminal penalty: HB 1805
Small loans, maximum interest rate: HB 1918, HB 2151, SB 5602
Small loans, small loan lead generation, licensing requirements, violations, and penalties: HB 1838, SHB 1838, SSB 5600
LOBBYING AND LOBBYISTS  (See PUBLIC DISCLOSURE; STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS)
LOCAL GOVERNMENT  LOCAL GOVERNMENT RSS Feed
               (See also CITIES AND TOWNS; COUNTIES; EMINENT DOMAIN; OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS; RECORDS; SHORELINES AND SHORELINE MANAGEMENT)
Administrative costs, nontax, comprehensive statutory revisions for reducing: HB 2641, SHB 2641, HB 2801, SB 6372
Alternative fuel vehicles, delaying requirements for state agencies and local governments: HB 1781, SHB 1781
Alternative fuel vehicles, exempting local governments from requirements: HB 1141
Bonds issued by local governments, authorization of issuance and payment of principal and interest: * EHB 1730, CH 210 (2011), SB 5695, SSB 5695
Capital construction assistance, authorizing bonds to fund for local governments: HB 2793, SHB 2793
Child care centers, in publicly owned buildings, unified licensing requirements: HB 1776
Child care centers, in publicly owned or operated buildings, unified licensing requirements: SHB 1776
Code enforcement officers, assault of officer in the third degree: HB 1047
Contracts and contractors, concurrent federal and state court jurisdiction over various actions: HB 1834, SB 5663
Courts, fees, extending certain surcharges to fund judicial branch agencies: HB 2081
Courts, fees, imposition and use of certain surcharges for judicial branch funding: * SB 5941, CH 44 (2011)
Criminal justice agencies, employees and workers, exemption of address in voter registration records from public disclosure: SB 5007
Digital copy machines, proper handling and disposal provisions: HB 1216
Economic policy, state agency and local government rule making to consider economic impact: * SB 5500, CH 249 (2011)
Elected and appointed officials, state, county, and municipal, allowing salary reductions: HJR 4204, SJR 8209
Elected and appointed officials, state, county, and municipal, salary reduction when public employee salaries are reduced: SJR 8202, SSJR 8202, SJR 8203
Electronic transactions, uniform electronic transactions act: SB 6069
Employees, eligibility for employment of, verification requirement: HB 1264
False claims against the government, procedures and responsibilities for civil actions for commission of wrongful act: SB 5379
False claims against the government, Washington state false claims act: SB 5310, SSB 5310
Financial audits of local governments, state auditor to interpret questions of law based on attorney general's opinion: SB 6017, SSB 6017
Fire hydrant services, requirements for water-sewer districts, cities, and towns: HB 2591, SB 6469
Fire sprinkler systems, prohibiting local governments from requiring in agricultural structures: HB 1155
Firearm safety devices and gun safes, use or issuance by government agencies and agents, standards and related provisions: HB 1729, SB 5697, ESSB 5697
Fuel usage, adding use of compressed natural gas to requirements: HB 2545
Fuel usage, adding use of compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, and propane to requirements: * ESHB 2545, CH 171 (2012)
Golf cart zones, authority to adjust operational and equipment requirements: SB 6453, SSB 6453
Health care insurance, retired local government employees: HB 1693, SB 5565
Hospital benefit zones, modification of boundaries by local government: HB 1659, SB 5525
Hospital benefit zones, zone financing for public improvements, modification of improvements by local government: * SSB 5525, CH 363 (2011)
Impact fees, crediting certain public facilities against fees: SB 5131, SSB 5131
Information services, department of, authority to provide services to public agencies: HB 1122, SHB 1122, SB 5009
Infrastructure, establishing task force concerning financing of public works infrastructure, student loans, and economic development: HB 2040, SHB 2040
Infrastructure, revising provisions concerning state assistance for local government infrastructure projects: HB 1915, HB 2040, SHB 2040, SB 5745
Joint municipal utility services act: HB 1332, * ESHB 1332, CH 258 (2011), SB 5198, SSB 5198
Judicial branch agencies, funding through extension of certain fee surcharges: HB 2081
Judicial branch agencies, funding through imposition and use of certain surcharges: * SB 5941, CH 44 (2011)
Liability, provisions governing various governmental agencies and entities and their officers, agents, employees, and volunteers: ESSB 5605
Liquor licenses, objections to, role of local legislative authorities: HB 2179
Local infrastructure financing tool program, applications for competitive project awards: HB 2785
Municipal officers, when candidates in elections, prohibiting appearance in public service announcements: HB 2174
National defense authorization act, condemning unlawful detention of U.S. citizens and lawful resident aliens under: HB 2759
Parking taxes, authority to impose on all nonresidential parking: SB 5910
Passengers in government or private employer's vehicle, unauthorized, limiting employer liability: HB 1719, * SHB 1719, CH 82 (2011)
Permit agencies, multiagency permitting teams and cost-reimbursement agreements: SB 6023, SSB 6023, E2SSB 6023
Private property, required actions on, list of actions requiring compensation: HB 2552
Public facilities, crediting certain facilities against impact fees: SB 5131, SSB 5131
Public notice requirements for cities and counties, various, authorizing use of summary form for publication: HB 2801
Public notice requirements for cities and towns, various, authorizing use of summary form for publication: HB 2641, SHB 2641, SB 6372
Public officials, legal defense funds of, legal defense funds act: SB 6056, SSB 6056
Public works projects, local government, financing through state-local contingent loan agreements: SHB 1915, HB 2040, SHB 2040
Regulatory and statutory requirements for cities and counties, delaying or modifying certain requirements to provide fiscal relief: HB 1478, * ESHB 1478, CH 353 (2011), SB 5360, SSB 5360, 2SSB 5360
Revenues for distribution, local government, including various account provisions: HB 2801
Salaries of local government employees, determining average final salary for pension purposes: HB 2018, SB 5882
Self-insurance programs, local government, state risk manager to have regulatory authority: HB 1670, SHB 1670, SB 5387, SSB 5387
Shoreline management act, avoiding duplicative review, local government role: SB 6329
Small businesses, violations, extending time period for correction without penalty: * HB 1150, CH 18 (2011)
Solar energy systems, incentives for participation in renewable energy investment cost recovery program: HB 1144, SHB 1144, 2E2SHB 1144
State environmental policy act, authorizing measures to prevent damage to health or environment without full scientific certainty: SB 6369
State environmental policy act, environmental impact statements and planned actions: HB 2696
State environmental policy act, instituting categorical exemptions for certain nonproject actions: HB 2695
State environmental policy act, local government agencies to share lead agency responsibilities in certain cases: ESHB 1265
State environmental policy act, modernizing categorical exemption and other provisions: HB 2253, SHB 2253, E2SHB 2253, SB 6130, SSB 6130
State environmental policy act, streamlining process through exemptions from certain requirements: HB 1952, SHB 1952, E2SHB 1952
State lands, management of lands and resources by agencies to be coordinated with local governments: HB 1110
Surplus real property, governmental, using for affordable housing: HB 1462, SHB 1462, SB 5214, SSB 5214
Tortious conduct by local government, claims for damages, expanding application to include health care injuries: HB 2307, SB 6187, * SSB 6187, CH 250 (2012)
Utility services, creating joint municipal utility services authorities: HB 1332, * ESHB 1332, CH 258 (2011), SB 5198, SSB 5198
Violations, small businesses, extending period for correction without penalty: * HB 1150, CH 18 (2011)
Washington state liberty preservation act: HB 2759
Workforce housing, arts and preservation, tourism, convention and trade center, and community development, funding through special MLK fund: ESB 5958, SB 5961
Wrongful acts against governmental entities, procedures and responsibilities for civil actions: SB 5379
LOCAL OPTION TRANSPORTATION TAXES  (See TAXES - LOCAL OPTION TRANSPORTATION)
LOCKSMITHS  (See BUSINESSES; PROFESSIONS)
LODGING TAX  (See TAXES - LODGING TAX)
LONG-TERM CARE  LONG-TERM CARE RSS Feed
               
Adult family home quality assurance panel, department of social and health services to convene: * ESHB 1277, CH 3 (2011)
Assisted living, changing the term "boarding homes" to "assisted living facilities": HB 2056, * SHB 2056, CH 10 (2012)
Boarding homes, changing term to "assisted living facilities": HB 2056, * SHB 2056, CH 10 (2012)
Facilities, deaths caused by health case-associated infections, requiring reports to department of social and health services: SB 5818
Funds of residents, protection: * ESHB 1277, CH 3 (2011)
Guardians, professional and lay, publishing guardian information on web sites: SB 5740, ESSB 5740
Home care workers, health care benefits for certain workers, funding through omnibus operating appropriations act: SHB 2073
Home care workers, health care benefits for, contribution rate payment requirements: HB 2073
Initiative 1163, concerning long-term care, deferring effective date: SB 6022
Licensing, fees: HB 1277, * ESHB 1277, CH 3 (2011), SB 5092, SSB 5092, 2SSB 5092
Medicaid personal care services program, modifying: SB 6609
Nursing facilities, department of social and health services to convene work group to incentivize facilities to reduce licensed beds: E2SHB 1901, * ESSB 5708, CH 366 (2011)
Postacute care program certification standards, department of social and health services to adopt: HB 1901, SHB 1901, SB 5708
Property tax exemption, nonprofit homes for sick or infirm, community benefit report requirement: HB 2094
Registered sex or kidnapping offenders, notice to adult family home or boarding home: SB 5102
Residents, waivers of rights, adding provision concerning vulnerable adults statute: SB 5047, SSB 5047
Services, achieving cost efficiencies through long-term care service delivery reshaping: HB 1901, SHB 1901, E2SHB 1901, SB 5708, * ESSB 5708, CH 366 (2011)
Sex offenders, sex offender policy board to review housing options for aging and certain other offenders: SSB 5102
Vulnerable adults, protecting through changes to adult family home and long-term care provisions: HB 1277, * ESHB 1277, CH 3 (2011), SB 5092, SSB 5092, 2SSB 5092
Workers, long-term care, requirements for certification, background checks, and training: HB 1548, * ESHB 1548, CH 31 (2011), SB 5473
Workers, long-term care, requirements for certification, background checks, training and enforcement: HB 2314, * ESHB 2314, CH 164 (2012)
LONG-TERM CARE OMBUDSMAN, OFFICE OF STATE  LONG-TERM CARE OMBUDSMAN, OFFICE OF STATE RSS Feed
               
Guardians, professional and lay, publishing guardian information on ombudsman web site: SB 5740, ESSB 5740
LOTTERY COMMISSION  (See LOTTERY, STATE)
LOTTERY, STATE  LOTTERY, STATE RSS Feed
               
Abolishing commission and transferring powers and duties to gaming and liquor control commission: HB 2686
Bonds, lottery revenue bonds, authorization for education construction funding: HB 2792, SHB 2792
Loveland, Valoria, honoring: * SR 8610 (2011)
Raffle to fund veterans innovation program, authorization: HB 1975, * SB 5806, CH 352 (2011)
Raffle, veteran's raffle to be offered by lottery: * SB 6059, CH 43 (2012)
Scratch ticket devices, electronic, authorization for house-banked card room licensees and regulation by commission: HB 2786, SB 6601
Scratch ticket games, electronic, creation and lottery commission regulation for nontribal gambling establishments: HB 2044, SB 5918
Student child care in higher education account, deposit of certain lottery moneys: SB 5795, SSB 5795
Unclaimed prize money, directing to general fund: SB 6379
Web site of state lottery, authority to sell internet advertisements to increase revenue: HB 1288
LOW-INCOME PERSONS  LOW-INCOME PERSONS RSS Feed
               (See also HOMELESS PERSONS; HOMES AND HOUSING)
Disability lifeline program, reforms to include creation of new disability lifeline programs: HB 2082
Disability lifeline program, termination, new programs to be created: * ESHB 2082, CH 36 (2011)
Emergency shelter and transitional housing entities, criminal identification system for: SB 6167, * SSB 6167, CH 44 (2012)
Essential needs and housing support program, establishment: * ESHB 2082, CH 36 (2011)
Housing for low-income persons, development of, using surplus governmental real property: HB 1462, SHB 1462, SB 5214, SSB 5214
Housing for low-income persons, exemption from impact fees: * EHB 1398, CH 200 (2012), SB 5524
Housing for low-income persons, providing very low-income and homeless housing assistance: HB 2048, * ESHB 2048, CH 90 (2012), SB 5952, SSB 5952
Housing for low-income persons, resources for, allocation of vouchers: SSB 5283
Housing for low-income persons, resources for, cost-saving measures and allocation of vouchers: HB 1661, SB 5283
Housing for low-income persons, surcharge for very low-income housing assistance: HB 1768
Human trafficking, victims and their families, using existing funding to provide housing: * SB 5482, CH 110 (2011)
Loans for housing, low-income borrowers, loans made under certain programs not subject to consumer loan act: HB 1405, SHB 1405, * 2SHB 1405, CH 191 (2011), SB 5303, SSB 5303
Property tax, deduction for social security act disability benefits and medigap or medicare supplement insurance premiums: HB 1942
Property tax, terminating low-income property tax deferral program: SB 5587, SSB 5587
Students, low-income, increasing educational opportunities for: HB 2470
Transportation benefit districts, optional rebate program for low-income individuals: * ESB 6215, CH 152 (2012)
Water and sewer bills, public utility district authority to request contributions to help low-income customers with payment: HB 1572, * ESHB 1572, CH 29 (2011), SB 5362