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

MANLIFTS  (See CONVEYANCES)
MANUFACTURED HOUSING  MANUFACTURED HOUSING RSS Feed
               
Communities, managers, creation of advisory council on manufactured housing community management training: HB 1118, SB 5261, SSB 5261
Communities, managers, training and certification requirements: HB 1118, SB 5261, SSB 5261
Communities, new, siting requirements: SB 5496
Communities, protecting tenants through manufactured/mobile home landlord-tenant act modifications: HB 1566, SB 5433, ESSB 5433
Communities, rent adjustment: HB 1692, SB 5400
Communities, unoccupied mobile home lots in, utility rates and charges: HB 1746, SB 5447
Entry or removal of home, prohibiting city or county from acting due to nonconforming use: * SHB 1502, CH 158 (2011), HB 1748, SB 5446
Landlords, providing written receipts to tenants: HB 1078, SHB 1078
Landlords, providing written receipts to tenants under manufactured/mobile home landlord tenant act: * SB 5035, CH 168 (2011)
Manufactured home installation training account, revising provisions: * SHB 1502, CH 158 (2011)
Manufactured housing account, revising provisions: HB 1502, * SHB 1502, CH 158 (2011), SB 5383
Manufactured housing, office of, renaming as office of mobile/manufactured home relocation assistance: 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 landlord tenant act, conforming certain definitions with dispute resolution program: SB 5448, SSB 5448
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
Removal of home, responsibility of secured party with right to possession: HB 1749, SB 5497
MANUFACTURED/MOBILE HOME LANDLORD TENANT ACT  (See LANDLORD AND TENANT)
MANUFACTURING  MANUFACTURING RSS Feed
               (See also ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS; SALES)
Alcoa Wenatchee Works plant and its employees, recognizing: * SR 8693 (2012)
Bags, plastic carryout bags, restricting certain local ordinances and establishing requirements for stores and manufacturers: HB 2250
Batteries, manufacturers and marketers of, small rechargeable battery stewardship act: HB 2450, SHB 2450, SB 6148
Bottles, beverage bottles and cans, collection and recycling incentives and penalties for violations: SB 5778
Bottles, petroleum-based beverage bottles, prohibiting manufacture and sale if noncompostable: SB 5781
Carpet, promoting recycling through carpet stewardship organizations and programs: SB 5110, SSB 5110, SB 6341, SSB 6341
Children's products, conducting alternatives assessments: HB 1319, HB 2266, SB 5231, SSB 5231, SB 6120, SSB 6120, SB 6630
Children's products, prohibiting manufacture, sale, or distribution of TRIS-containing products: EHB 2821
Commercial airplanes and components, manufacturers of, business and occupation tax credit for hiring aerospace apprentices: HB 1682
Drug manufacturers, business and occupation tax to fund basic health plan: HB 2092
Electronic products, recycling plans for, establishing manufacturers' responsibilities through market share determinations: HB 1866, SB 5824, SSB 5824, SB 6336, SSB 6336
Explosives, licensing provisions for manufacturers, dealers, sellers, and storage: SB 5254
Generic drug manufacturers, competitive bid process as part of medicaid purchasing: HB 1397
High demand advanced manufacturing positions, business and occupation tax credit for training interns or employees for: SSB 6540
Industrial manufacturing sites, authorization in certain counties: HB 2031
Industrial/manufacturing facility construction in target urban areas, property tax exemption: HB 2772, SB 6583
Industry development organization grant program, establishment in department of commerce: SB 5808
Information technology, misappropriated and used for manufacturing and sales, unfair competition statutes: HB 1495, * SHB 1495, CH 98 (2011), SB 5449, ESSB 5449
Innovation industry grant program, establishment within innovate Washington: HB 2613
Innovation industry program, establishment within department of commerce: SHB 2613, SSB 5808, 2SSB 5808
Manufacturing innovation and modernization extension service program, repealing sunset provisions: SB 5319
Manufacturing innovation and modernization extension service program, repealing sunset provisions and changing reporting frequency: EHB 1674
Manufacturing skills certificate, business and occupation tax credit for hiring persons with or enrolled in program for: SB 6540
Marine industry, Northwest center of excellence for marine manufacturing and technology, convening: HB 2444
Mercury-containing lights, product stewardship organizations, environmental handling charges and antitrust law immunity: SB 6538, SSB 6538
Motorcycles, requiring manufacturer statement when for off-road use only: SB 5027, SSB 5027
Nonresident manufacturers, closing business and occupation tax loophole: HB 2157
Paint, architectural, producers to establish paint stewardship program: HB 2540, SB 6145, SSB 6145
Paint, copper-containing antifouling paint, phasing out use on recreational vessels: HB 1785, SHB 1785, SB 5436, * SSB 5436, CH 248 (2011)
Products, children's products, prohibiting manufacture, sale, or distribution of TRIS-containing products: EHB 2821
Products, children's products, prohibiting sale of TCEP-containing products: 2SSB 6120
Products, children's products, prohibiting sale of TRIS-containing products and conducting alternatives assessments: HB 2266, SB 6120, SSB 6120, SB 6630
Recycling beverage bottles and cans, requirements for certain manufacturers and penalties for violations: SB 5778
Sales and use tax exemption for manufacturing machinery and equipment, changing to tax deferral and requiring net benefit to state to claim: SB 6610
Sales and use tax exemption for manufacturing machinery and equipment, requiring net benefit to state to claim: SB 6497
Sharps waste, residential, requiring manufacturers to submit plans for disposal services: HB 1496, SHB 1496, SB 5632
Tax exemptions, clarifying manufacturing machinery and equipment exemption: * HB 1347, CH 23 (2011), SHB 1347, SB 5544
University of Washington, products manufactured pursuant to licensing agreement with university, business and occupation tax exemption: HB 1943, SHB 1943, SB 5732, SSB 5732, 2SSB 5732
Washington manufacturing innovation and modernization extension service program, extending termination date: SB 6368
Washington manufacturing services, revising provisions concerning: * SB 5731, CH 310 (2011)
Washington State University, products manufactured pursuant to licensing agreement with university, business and occupation tax exemption: HB 1943, SHB 1943, SB 5732, SSB 5732, 2SSB 5732
Wenatchee Works plant, recognizing: * HR 4670 (2012)
MARIJUANA  (See DRUGS; HEALTH CARE)
MARINAS  (See BOATS; BUSINESSES)
MARINE EMPLOYEES' COMMISSION  MARINE EMPLOYEES' COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Abolishing commission and transferring powers, duties, and functions to public employment relations commission: HB 1511, HB 1512, SB 5405, SSB 5405, SSB 5406, SB 5408
Merging commission with public employment relations commission as independent division: SHB 1511, HB 2079
Transferring powers, duties, and functions of commission to public employment relations commission: * 2ESSB 5742, CH 16 (2011) PV
MARRIAGE AND MARRIED PERSONS  (See DOMESTIC RELATIONS; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE)
MARTIAL ARTS  (See SPORTS)
MASSAGE PRACTITIONERS  (See BUSINESSES; HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS)
MEDICAID  (See PUBLIC ASSISTANCE)
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE  (See PUBLIC ASSISTANCE)
MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE COMMISSION  (See HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS; HEALTH, DEPARTMENT)
MEDICINE AND MEDICAL DEVICES  MEDICINE AND MEDICAL DEVICES RSS Feed
               (See also DRUGS; PHARMACIES AND PHARMACISTS)
Allergies, drug allergies, informed consent for medication administration when patient has known allergy: SB 5776
Anticancer medication, self-administered oral, requiring comparable coverage for patients receiving: * EHB 1517, CH 159 (2011)
Antineoplastic drugs, requirements for handling by health care personnel: SB 5594, * ESSB 5594, CH 39 (2011)
Antipsychotic medications, atypical, exemption from preferred drug substitution: HB 1396, SB 5229
Antipsychotic medications, atypical, preferred drug substitution exception criteria: HB 1797
Cancer drug repository program, establishment by department of health: SB 6049, SSB 6049
Cancer medication, self-administered oral anticancer medication, requiring comparable coverage for patients receiving: * EHB 1517, CH 159 (2011)
Controlled substances, definition of, changing for purposes of uniform controlled substances act: SB 5729
Controlled substances, prescription information, authorizing electronic communication of: HB 2343, SB 6212
Criminally insane, persons committed as, involuntary medication of: SB 6234
Drug manufacturers, business and occupation tax to fund basic health plan: HB 2092
Epinephrine auto-injectors, placing in schools: SB 6593
Eye glasses and hearing instruments, limited immunity for charitable organizations donating: HB 2261, * SHB 2261, CH 203 (2012)
Eyeglasses, used, immunity from liability for nonprofit corporations providing: SB 6216, SSB 6216
Generic drug manufacturers, competitive bid process as part of medicaid purchasing: HB 1397
Hazardous drugs, including antineoplastic drugs, requirements for handling by health care personnel: SB 5594, * ESSB 5594, CH 39 (2011)
Health care assistants, drug administration by, restrictions: HB 1304, * SHB 1304, CH 70 (2011), SB 5454
Marijuana, medical, cannabis dispensing and medical cannabis registry provisions: SB 5955
Marijuana, medical, cannabis production and dispensing provisions: HB 2118
Marijuana, medical, regulating through various avenues, department role: SB 6265, SSB 6265
Marijuana, medical, Washington state medical use of cannabis act provisions: HB 1100, SB 5073, SSB 5073, * E2SSB 5073, CH 181 (2011) PV
Marijuana, requesting that drug enforcement administration reclassify as schedule II drug: SJM 8017
Medical use of cannabis act, provisions: * E2SSB 5073, CH 181 (2011) PV
Medications, administration of, informed consent requirement when patient has known drug allergy: SB 5776
Mobility enhancing equipment, sold for use in motor vehicle by veteran with disabilities, sales and use tax exemption: HB 2379
Prescription drugs, donated, redistribution: HB 2228, ESHB 2228
Prescription drugs, donated, redistribution by health care facilities and participating practitioners: SB 6051
Prescription drugs, legend drug act, including pharmacists: HB 2512, SHB 2512, SB 6197, SSB 6197
Prescription drugs, monitoring program, exempting veterinarians from data submission requirements: HB 2288, SB 6105, * SSB 6105, CH 192 (2012)
Prescription drugs, monitoring program, funding with health care provider fees: HB 2142
Prescription drugs, opioid analgesic, substitution for opioid analgesic with tamper resistant technology, requirements and prohibitions: HB 2495, SB 6424
Prescription drugs, out-of-pocket expenses limit for health carriers: HB 2435, SB 6241
Prescription drugs, prohibiting creation of specialty tiers by insurers: HB 1876
Prescription drugs, through medicaid managed care, comprehensive medication management process when enrollee has five or more prescriptions: SSB 6107
Prescription drugs, through medicaid managed care, prescription review when enrollee has five or more prescriptions: SB 6107
Prescription drugs, unused, establishing program for recycling by nursing homes: SB 6048
Sharps waste, residential, requiring manufacturers to submit plans for disposal services: HB 1496, SHB 1496, SB 5632
Student medications, expanding list that school employees may administer to students: * HB 2247, CH 16 (2012), SB 6174
Unwanted drugs, disposal by pharmaceutical product stewardship program: HB 1370, HB 2006, SB 5234, SSB 5234
MEETINGS  (See OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS)
MENTAL HEALTH  MENTAL HEALTH RSS Feed
               (See also COUNSELORS AND COUNSELING; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS)
Applied behavior analysis services, provision of: HB 1629, SB 5642
Behavioral health care, integration into primary care: SB 5488
Commitments, civil, reimbursing counties for judicial services: SB 5531, * SSB 5531, CH 343 (2011)
Competency to stand trial, determining, improving forensic resource utilization for: SB 6492, * SSB 6492, CH 256 (2012)
Competency, evaluation, examination for developmental disability to take place in jail or detention facility: SB 5114, SSB 5114
Criminally insane, persons committed as, conditional release to county of origin: SB 5105, * ESSB 5105, CH 94 (2011)
Criminally insane, persons committed as, involuntary medication of: SB 6234
Defendants in criminal cases, provisions concerning pleading or being found "guilty and mentally ill": SB 5104
Detaining persons with mental disorders, role of designated mental health professionals: HB 1545
Evaluation and treatment facilities, requiring mental health professionals to provide notice of certain treatment options: SB 5187, * SSB 5187, CH 302 (2011)
Guilty and mentally ill, criminal defendants pleading or found to be: SB 5104
Health or social welfare organizations, mental health services business and occupation tax deduction: HB 1224, SB 5382
Health or social welfare organizations, mental health services business and occupation tax deduction for organizations: * 2ESHB 1224, CH 19 (2011)
Hospitals, state hospital patients, prohibiting jail refusal to book: SB 6010, ESSB 6010, * SSB 6492, CH 256 (2012)
Hospitals, state hospitals, administering antipsychotic medication without consent to individual committed as criminally insane: ESSB 6010, * SSB 6492, CH 256 (2012)
Hospitals, state hospitals, discharge reviews for persons transferred from a correctional facility: SB 5113
Hospitals, state hospitals, extending and clarifying custodial assault provisions: SB 6010, ESSB 6010
Incompetent to stand trial, offenders found to be, notification of release after dismissal of charges: SB 6261
Information, relating to mental health services, disclosure provisions: HB 2316, SHB 2316
Inpatient facilities, requiring mental health professionals to provide notice of certain treatment options: * SSB 5187, CH 302 (2011)
Involuntary treatment act, evaluations under, delaying implementation: HB 2131, SB 5987
Involuntary treatment act, evaluations under, delaying implementation and using credible witnesses: * SHB 2131, CH 6 (2011), SSB 5987
Mental disease treatment institutions, purchase of certain inpatient mental health and drug detoxification care: HB 2643
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 health professionals, employed by evaluation and treatment facilities, requiring notice of certain treatment options: SB 5187, * SSB 5187, CH 302 (2011)
Mental health professionals, employed by hospital emergency room or inpatient facility, requiring notice of certain treatment options: * SSB 5187, CH 302 (2011)
Mental health professionals, retired active license, creation of: SB 6328, * SSB 6328, CH 58 (2012)
Mental health services, adjusting amount of tax levy for: HB 2649
Mental health services, for children, evidence-based and research-based programs: * E2SHB 2536, CH 232 (2012)
Mental health services, for children, expending state funds on evidence-based programs: HB 2536, SHB 2536, SB 6205
Mental health services, property tax levy lid limits for services: SB 5567
Mental health services, repealing nonresident sales tax exemption to fund: HB 2087
Mental health treatment, programs, funding from local option sales tax to support: SB 5722, * SSB 5722, CH 347 (2011)
Mental health treatment, use of certain county sales and use taxes: HB 2357, * SHB 2357, CH 180 (2012), SB 5559
Regional support networks, establishment of new boundaries: HB 2139, * SHB 2139, CH 91 (2012)
Regional support networks, mental health services business and occupation tax deduction: HB 1224, * 2ESHB 1224, CH 19 (2011), SB 5382
Safety net, shifting property tax levies from county regular to stand-alone status: HB 1786
School districts, health and fitness education to include mental health and suicide prevention education: HB 1270
Secure community transition facilities, minimum staffing requirements: HB 1247, * SHB 1247, CH 19 (2011)
Secure community transition facilities, release of sexually violent predators to facilities: HB 1232
Suicide, assessment and treatment, education requirements for certain mental health professionals: HB 2220, HB 2366, * ESHB 2366, CH 181 (2012)
Suicide, assessment and treatment, evidence-based, secretary of health to conduct study of effect of: * ESHB 2366, CH 181 (2012)
Suicide, Matt Adler suicide assessment, treatment, and management training act of 2012: * ESHB 2366, CH 181 (2012)
Triage facilities, certification and licensure: * SHB 1170, CH 148 (2011)
Triage facilities, delivery of individuals and their assessment by facility: HB 1170, * SHB 1170, CH 148 (2011), SB 5028, SSB 5028
MENTAL HEALTH COURTS  (See COURTS)
MENTAL ILLNESS  (See MENTAL HEALTH)
MERCURY  MERCURY RSS Feed
               
Bulk mercury, regulation of: HB 2507, * SB 6131, CH 119 (2012)
Mercury-containing lights, product stewardship organizations, environmental handling charges and antitrust law immunity: SB 6538, SSB 6538
METAL  METAL RSS Feed
               (See also MINES AND MINING)
Gold and silver legal tender act of Washington state: HB 2731
Metal detectors, parks and recreation commission to open all state parks for recreational use, conditions: SB 5506
Metal wire, theft in first and second degrees: * ESHB 2570, CH 233 (2012) PV
Precious metal property, pawnbrokers and secondhand dealers who deal with, regulation: HB 1213
Precious metal property, secondhand dealers who deal with, regulation: HB 1716, * ESHB 1716, CH 289 (2011)
Scrap metal businesses, transactions involving metal property, time limit for payment: SB 5410, SSB 5410
Theft, creating task force on commercial and nonferrous metal property theft: HB 2570
METROPOLITAN PARK DISTRICTS  (See PARKS)
MIDWIVES  (See HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS)
MILITARY  MILITARY RSS Feed
               (See also VETERANS)
Afghanistan war, requesting reduction in federal military spending by ending the war: HJM 4013, SJM 8014
Civil air patrol, recognizing the Washington state wing: * HR 4662 (2012), * SR 8602 (2011)
Civil relief for service members, including reservist and national guard members: HB 1615, SHB 1615, SB 5627, * SSB 5627, CH 24 (2012)
Civil War, acknowledging war veterans and anniversary of start of war: * SR 8655 (2011)
Counter-terrorism efforts, honoring those who have given patriotic service to the United States as part of: * SR 8661 (2011)
Deployed members of military, crimes against, knowledge of victim's military status as aggravating circumstance: HB 2321
Disposition of remains, vesting of control, decedents who died while on active duty: HB 1073, * SHB 1073, CH 5 (2012), SB 5190, SSB 5190
Elms, Douglas C. United State Army veteran, honoring: * SR 8705 (2012)
Gold star license plates, removing vehicle license fees and taxes payment requirement: HB 2248
Higher education, early registration for eligible veterans and national guard members: HB 2503, SHB 2503
Higher education, priority registration for eligible veterans and national guard members: HB 2345, SB 6288
Higher education, resident student, modifying definition to include veterans residing in state when separated from service: HB 2745, SB 6544
Honor and remember flag, official state emblem of service and sacrifice by United States armed forces: HB 2208
Honor and remember flag, requesting designation of flag as an official symbol: * HJM 4004 (2011)
Inland northwest honor flight, recognizing: * HR 4620 (2011)
Interstate 5, requesting renaming as "purple heart trail": HJM 4006, SJM 8003
Intrastate mutual aid system, establishment of system and committee: HB 1585, * SHB 1585, CH 79 (2011), SB 5420, SSB 5420
Intrastate mutual aid system, extending definition of political subdivision to include water-sewer districts: HB 2178, SB 6024
Japanese-American World War II internees, eligibility for former prisoner of war license plates: SB 6467
Japanese-American World War II veterans and internees, recognizing: * HR 4627 (2011), * HR 4669 (2012)
K-12 campuses, access for occupational information, requirements: HB 1470, SHB 1470, SB 5189, SSB 5189
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
Korean War, establishing national Korean War veterans armistice day: * HB 2138, CH 11 (2012)
Licensing requirements, professions, using military training and experience to meet requirements: HB 1417, SHB 1417, * HB 1418, CH 351 (2011), SB 5307, * ESSB 5307, CH 32 (2011), SB 5308, SSB 5308
Licensing, professional, expediting process for military spouses relocating to Washington: HB 2167, SB 5969, * ESSB 5969, CH 5 (2011)
Military service award emblems for display on license plates: HB 2312, * SHB 2312, CH 69 (2012)
Nabors, Ryan, recognizing service and dedication to state veterans: * HR 4677 (2012)
National defense authorization act, condemning unlawful detention of U.S. citizens and lawful resident aliens under: HB 2759
National Guard, honoring: * HR 4655 (2012), * SR 8674 (2012)
National guard, offenses against members and families, adding to list of aggravating circumstances for certain crimes: HB 2548
National guard, rights when member is a higher education student: HB 1221, SB 6164
Navy day, observing: * HR 4648 (2011), * HR 4672 (2012)
Offenses against military members and families, adding to list of aggravating circumstances for certain crimes: HB 2548
Parents with military duties, dissolution of marriage, residential provisions for children: EHB 1050
Reagan, Michael, and the Fallen Heroes Project, honoring: * SR 8651 (2011)
Search and rescue, aerial, transferring to department: SB 6430
Second Stryker Brigade, honoring: * HR 4687 (2012)
Spouses or domestic partners, occupational licensing, placing in inactive status: HB 2524, * SB 6290, CH 45 (2012)
Spouses, expediting professional licensing process when relocating to Washington: HB 2167, SB 5969, * ESSB 5969, CH 5 (2011)
Students, higher education, rights when a member of national guard or other military reserve component: HB 1221, SB 6164
Veterans of United States military service, honoring: * SR 8680 (2012)
Vietnam veterans, honoring: * HR 4645 (2011)
Voting, service and overseas voters, by electronic means: * HB 1000, CH 348 (2011) PV
Voting, service and overseas voters, facilitating voting: * HB 1000, CH 348 (2011) PV, HB 1080, SHB 1080, SB 5171, * 2ESSB 5171, CH 349 (2011)
Washington National Guard, honoring: * HR 4611 (2011), * SR 8614 (2011)
Washington state guard, extending service age: HB 2181, * SHB 2181, CH 12 (2012), SB 6352
Washington state liberty preservation act: HB 2759
MILITARY DEPARTMENT  (See MILITARY)
MINES AND MINING  MINES AND MINING RSS Feed
               (See also METAL)
Geothermal resources, development of and conforming federal and state statutes: SB 6285, SSB 6285
Minerals, creating a local mineral severance tax: HB 1573, SB 5450
Ocean beach small-scale prospecting and mining, exemption from certain hydraulic project requirements: SB 6132
MINORITIES  (See AFRICAN-AMERICANS; ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS, COMMISSION; DISCRIMINATION; HISPANIC AFFAIRS, COMMISSION; MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE)
MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE  MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE RSS Feed
               
Civil rights, office of, transfer of employees to office of civil rights: HB 1958, SB 5557
MOBILE HOMES  MOBILE HOMES RSS Feed
               
Communities, protecting tenants through manufactured/mobile home landlord-tenant act modifications: HB 1566, SB 5433, ESSB 5433
Communities, rent adjustment: HB 1692, SB 5400
Entry or removal of home, prohibiting city or county from acting due to nonconforming use: * SHB 1502, CH 158 (2011), HB 1748, SB 5446
Landlords, providing written receipts to tenants: HB 1078, SHB 1078
Landlords, providing written receipts to tenants under manufactured/mobile home landlord tenant act: * SB 5035, CH 168 (2011)
Leased land with mobile home, adding to qualifications for senior, disabled, and veteran property tax exemption: HB 1843
Manufactured home installation training account, revising provisions: * SHB 1502, CH 158 (2011)
Manufactured housing account, revising provisions: HB 1502, * SHB 1502, CH 158 (2011), SB 5383
Manufactured housing, office of, renaming as office of mobile/manufactured home relocation assistance: 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 landlord tenant act, conforming certain definitions with dispute resolution program: SB 5448, SSB 5448
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 home lots in manufactured home communities, unoccupied, utility rates and charges: HB 1746, SB 5447
Mobile homes and park model trailers, ownership taken by park landlord, responsibility for taxes: HB 2183
Parks, new, siting requirements: SB 5496
Removal of home, responsibility of secured party with right to possession: HB 1749, SB 5497
Trailers, park model, responsibility for taxes when ownership taken by park landlord: HB 2183
MONEY  MONEY RSS Feed
               
Gold and silver legal tender act of Washington state: HB 2731
MOORAGE FACILITIES  (See BOATS; BUSINESSES)
MORTGAGES AND MORTGAGE BROKERS  MORTGAGES AND MORTGAGE BROKERS RSS Feed
               (See also REAL ESTATE AND REAL PROPERTY)
Alternative mortgage financing based on shared appreciation, creation: HB 1558
Business and occupation tax, first mortgage interest to certain banks, limiting deduction: HB 2157, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Flood insurance, restricting mortgage lender requirement that homeowner purchase flood insurance: HB 1342
Foreclosures, amending foreclosure fairness act: HB 2421, SHB 2421, SB 6364, SSB 6364
Foreclosures, lien holder requirements for certain foreclosure sales: SB 5590, * SSB 5590, CH 364 (2011)
Mortgage lending fraud prosecution account, expiration dates for account and funding source: * HB 1191, CH 129 (2011), SB 5075
Nondepository institutions making loans, modernizing statutes concerning and streamlining enforcement authorities of: HB 2255, * SHB 2255, CH 17 (2012), SB 6173, SSB 6173
Residential mortgage loan servicers, expanding definition and revising requirements: SB 5810
Short sale sellers, protecting from payment of forgiven home loan debt: HB 2718, SB 6337, SSB 6337
MOTION PICTURES  (See COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT)
MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX  (See TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL)
MOTOR VEHICLES  MOTOR VEHICLES RSS Feed
               (See also DRIVERS AND DRIVERS' LICENSES; PARKING; TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL; TRAFFIC; TRAFFIC OFFENSES)
Air conditioning equipment, refrigerant restrictions: HB 1135, * SHB 1135, CH 224 (2011)
All-terrain vehicles, conditions for use on public roadways: HB 1203, HB 1619, SB 5366, ESSB 5366, E2SSB 5366
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
Antifreeze and engine coolant, installers for compensation, extending denatonium benzoate requirement to include: HB 2272
Antifreeze and engine coolant, motor vehicles containing, exemption from denatonium benzoate requirement for sales of: SHB 2272
Auto recycling carriers, exemption from maximum length provisions for certain carriers: * SSB 6138, CH 79 (2012)
C. Speck Motors, honoring: * SR 8699 (2012)
Car washes, charitable, improving water quality and prescribing penalty for violations: SB 5777
Cattle, certain vehicles transporting, stopping at port of entry upon entering state through certain counties: * ESHB 1922, CH 242 (2011)
Certificates of title, charging application fee: ESSB 6455
Certificates of title, increasing certain fees: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012)
Certificates of title, owner name and address, release to homeowners' association: HB 1281, SB 5701
Certificates of title, street rod and custom vehicles: SB 5585, * ESSB 5585, CH 114 (2011)
Chop shops, operation of, class B felony: HB 2322
Collecting and restoring vehicles, prohibiting zoning or other controls that prohibit collecting and restoring: SB 5586
Combinations of vehicles, operation of, lawful operation provisions: * HB 1358, CH 230 (2011), HB 1941, SB 5260, SB 5415
Commercial vehicle drivers, marking of projecting loads for visibility: HB 2736, SHB 2736, SB 6534
Commercial vehicle drivers, revising penalties for out-of-service order violations: SB 5686
Commercial vehicle drivers, texting as traffic infraction: HB 2736, SHB 2736, SB 6534
Commercial vehicles, lawful operation for commercial license holders to include up to two trailers: SB 5415
Commercial vehicles, operated by motor carrier with revoked registration, confiscation of license plates by law enforcement: * HB 2459, CH 70 (2012), SB 6206
Commercial vehicles, to be prohibited from using express lanes during peak hours: SB 5130
Custom vehicles, various provisions, including certificates of title: SB 5585, * ESSB 5585, CH 114 (2011)
Dealers, certain small counties, engaging in dealer activity without a license: SB 6569
Dealers, increasing certain license fees: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012), ESSB 6455
Dealers, vehicle documentary service charge, changing expiration date of current allowable charge: HB 2257, * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012), SB 6055
Dealers, vehicle documentary service charge, increasing amount of charge: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012), ESSB 6455
Drayage truck operators, extending employment protections by defining as statutory employees: HB 2395, SHB 2395, SB 6461
Electric vehicles, battery charging facilities for, barring the utilities and transportation commission from regulating: HB 1571, * SHB 1571, CH 28 (2011), SB 5440, SSB 5440
Electric vehicles, certain hybrid plug-in vehicles, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1758
Electric vehicles, charging stations for, requirements: SB 6380
Electric vehicles, imposition of additional fee for vehicle registration: SB 5251, 2ESSB 5251, 2SSB 5251
Electric vehicles, plug-in, high occupancy vehicle lane use: HB 2106
Electric vehicles, roadway impact fee to be paid with licensing application: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012), SB 6455
Emission standards, exempting vehicles purchased by police, sheriff, state patrol, or fire district: HB 2609
Emission standards, failure to comply with, payment of air pollution offset fee in certain cases: SB 6539, SSB 6539
Estimates for automotive repairs, removing written estimate requirement in certain cases: SB 6005, * SSB 6005, CH 27 (2012)
Farm vehicles, clarifying definition to include certain vehicles using dyed, off-road diesel fuel: SB 5026
Farm vehicles, clarifying definition to include vehicles transporting agricultural products to or from farms: SB 6423, * SSB 6423, CH 130 (2012)
Fees for vehicle title, registration, and permitting services, provisions: SB 6111
Fees for vehicles, adjustments for transportation services cost recovery: HB 2053, ESHB 2053, SB 5925
Fees for vehicles, making voluntary state parks donation when paying fees: * E2SHB 2373, CH 261 (2012), SB 6184
Firearms and ammunition, transporting and storing in privately owned vehicles: HB 2137
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)
Four-wheel all-terrain vehicles, conditions for use on public roadways: HB 1203, SB 5366, E2SSB 5366
Fuel economy programs, legislative authorization after impact assessment: HB 1948
Golf cart zones, local government authority to adjust operational and equipment requirements: SB 6453, SSB 6453
Hailey's law, twelve-hour impound hold for driving under the influence: * E2SSB 5000, CH 167 (2011)
Headlights, requiring use when windshield wipers in use: HB 2182, SB 5670
Hobby vehicles, prohibiting zoning or other controls that prohibit restoration: SSB 5586, 2SSB 5586
Homeowners' associations, release of vehicle owner's name and address to association: HB 1281, SB 5701
Hybrid electric vehicles, certain plug-in vehicles, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1758
Impoundment, allowing tow truck operators to pass toll and ferry fare costs to registered vehicle owner: * HB 2274, CH 18 (2012), SB 6160
Impoundment, allowing tow truck operators to reimpound vehicle redeemed or purchased at auction: HB 2275
Impoundment, driving under the influence, twelve-hour impound hold: HB 1017, SHB 1017, 2SHB 1017, SB 5000, SSB 5000, * E2SSB 5000, CH 167 (2011)
Impoundment, farm vehicles, prohibiting under certain conditions: SB 5570
Impoundment, fifteen-day storage limit on liens for impounded vehicles, application: * HB 1215, CH 65 (2011)
Impoundment, redeeming vehicle, requiring proof of liability insurance or financial responsibility: HB 1857
Impoundment, vehicles impounded for evidentiary purposes, processing and redeeming: HB 2273
Inspection and weight measurement, requiring certain vehicles transporting cattle to stop at weigh stations: HB 1922
Insurance for personal vehicle sharing programs, requirements: HB 2384, * ESHB 2384, CH 108 (2012), SB 6426, SSB 6426
Insurance, authorizing mileage-based policies: HB 2445
Insurance, authorizing usage-based policies: HB 2361, ESB 5730
Insurance, usage or mileage-based products, certain information to be exempt from public inspection: HB 2361, SSB 5730
Insurance, usage-based products, certain information to be exempt from public inspection: * ESHB 2361, CH 222 (2012), E2SSB 5730
Intermodal container chassis, safe transport and fair treatment, legislative intent concerning: SHB 2527
Intermodal container chassis, violations on, assessing infraction or penalty against intermodal equipment provider: HB 2527, SB 6487
LeMay Car Museum, honoring: * SR 8702 (2012)
Length of vehicles, increasing maximum length: HB 2430, SHB 2430, SB 6138
Length of vehicles, maximum length, exemption for certain auto recycling carriers: * SSB 6138, CH 79 (2012)
License plates, fees, adding additional fees in certain cases: HB 2269, * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012), ESSB 6455
License plates, military service award emblems: HB 2312, * SHB 2312, CH 69 (2012)
License plates, number of plates, front plate not required in certain cases: HB 1219, SB 5560, SB 6471
License plates, replacement fees, deposit in special safety corridor account: SB 6435
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: * SHB 1328, CH 332 (2011), 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
Luxury tax on expensive passenger motor vehicles, imposing: HB 2157
Motor voter registration, simplifying: HB 2203, SB 6129
Motorcycles, adding motorcycles to certain parking, high occupancy lane, and limited access facility provisions: SSB 6304
Motorcycles, adding motorcycles to certain parking, high occupancy lane, limited access facility, and tolling provisions: SB 6304
Motorcycles, availability of certain special motor vehicle license plates: * SHB 1328, CH 332 (2011), SB 5063, SSB 5063
Motorcycles, celebrating motorcycle safety awareness month: * HR 4612 (2011), * HR 4673 (2012)
Motorcycles, clarifying and adding definitions: SB 6062
Motorcycles, motorcycle safety education advisory board, frequency of meetings: HB 1833
Motorcycles, motorcycle safety education advisory board, provisions: SB 5578, SSB 5578
Motorcycles, off-road, authorizing limited use on highways: HB 1533
Motorcycles, off-road, authorizing use on roads and highways: SB 5800, * SSB 5800, CH 121 (2011)
Motorcycles, profiling by law enforcement, defining and addressing: HB 1333, SHB 1333, * ESB 5242, CH 49 (2011)
Motorcycles, removing certain helmet use requirements: HB 1984, SB 6308
Motorcycles, requiring manufacturer statement when for off-road use only: SB 5027, SSB 5027
Motorcycles, stopping and proceeding through traffic control signals: HB 1527
Motorcycles, suspension of certain statutory provisions when in parades or public demonstrations: HB 1328, * SHB 1328, CH 332 (2011), SB 5185, SSB 5185
Motorcycles, theft of, criminalizing possession of motorcycle theft tools: HB 1542, SHB 1542
Motorsports, creating public speedway authority for professional motorsports entertainment and family recreation facility: SB 5856
Off-road vehicles, operation on streets and highways, regulation by political subdivisions: HB 1578
Off-road vehicles, roads and highways for use by, designation by county: SB 5166
Off-road vehicles, standardizing regulation statewide: SB 5845
Overweight vehicles, designating state route number 97 as heavy haul industrial corridor: * SB 5589, CH 115 (2011)
Owner information, requests by attorneys and private investigators, notice requirements: HB 2342, SB 6075, SSB 6075
Personal vehicle sharing programs, insurance for, requirements: HB 2384, * ESHB 2384, CH 108 (2012), SB 6426, SSB 6426
Registration and title provisions, 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, implementing two-year registration for certain vehicles: HB 1859
Registration, mail-in renewals, processing: HB 1991
Registration, provisions concerning renewal notice fees and means of payment: SB 5727
Registration, requiring proof of insurance: HB 1579
Registration, sending notice of outstanding violations, civil penalties, and infractions before expiration date: SB 5716
Repairs, by automotive repair facilities, customer consent for nonoriginal equipment manufacturer crash parts use: HB 1690
Repairs, by automotive repair facilities, removing written estimate requirement in certain cases: SB 6005, * SSB 6005, CH 27 (2012)
School buses, allowing advertising and educational material on buses: SB 5220
Snowmobiles, lawful carry of loaded firearms: HB 1400
State agency motor vehicle acquisition and use costs, reducing: SB 6607, ESSB 6607
Stolen vehicles or major vehicle parts, trafficking in, statute of limitations: * SHB 2354, CH 105 (2012), SSB 6143
Street rod vehicles, various provisions, including certificates of title: SB 5585, * ESSB 5585, CH 114 (2011)
Studded tires, collecting fee for each new tire sold: SB 6032
Taxation and fees, imposing to provide local funding options for public transportation: HB 2016, SB 5874
Television viewers in motor vehicles, traffic infraction provisions: HB 1103, * SHB 1103, CH 368 (2011)
Theft, Washington auto theft prevention authority, transferring to attorney general's office: HB 2573
Tires, use of alternative traction devices in certain conditions: HB 2355, SHB 2355, SB 6112, * SSB 6112, CH 75 (2012)
Tires, with studs or pinned for studs, fee on sale of each: SB 6455
Title and registration advisory committee, creation: HB 1368
Titles, quick title for vehicles and vessels: HB 1046, * SHB 1046, CH 326 (2011), SB 5038, SSB 5038
Towing vehicles, vehicle combination requirements: HB 1941
Two or four-wheel all-terrain vehicles, conditions for use on public roadways: ESSB 5366
Unregistered motor vehicles, operation on public highways with trip permit: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012)
Vehicle documentary service charge, changing expiration date of current allowable charge: HB 2257, * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012), SB 6055
Vehicle fees, adjustments for transportation services cost recovery: HB 2053, ESHB 2053, SB 5925
Vehicle prowling, second degree, class C felony in certain cases: SB 5154, ESSB 5154
Vehicular assault, sentences: HB 1646, HB 2216, SHB 2216, SB 6052
Vehicular homicide, sentences: HB 1555, HB 1646, HB 2216, SHB 2216, * 2SHB 2216, CH 162 (2012), SB 6052
Yellow dot program for motor vehicles, implementing: HB 2280
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Music Matters special license plates, issuance: HB 1329, * SHB 1329, CH 229 (2011), SB 5724
Olympia Symphony Orchestra, recognizing: * HR 4671 (2012), * SR 8692 (2012)