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

MAIN STREET PROGRAM  (See ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION, DEPARTMENT)
MANICURISTS  (See PROFESSIONS)
MANUFACTURED HOUSING AND MOBILE HOMES  MANUFACTURED HOUSING AND MOBILE HOMES RSS Feed
               
Communities, closure or conversion, minimum period for notifying tenants: HB 1514, ESHB 1514, SB 5520
Communities, landlord duties and obligations: HB 1798, SHB 1798, SB 5627
Communities, manufactured housing and mobile homes, outside urban growth areas: HB 2518
Communities, manufactured housing, closure or conversion, relocation assistance: ESHB 1884
Communities, manufactured housing, outside urban growth areas: HB 1846, SB 5615
Communities, mobile home parks, closure or conversion, relocation assistance: HB 1884, ESHB 1884, SB 5678
Communities, preserving in event of voluntary sale of, requirements: HB 1798, SHB 1798, SB 5627
Communities, sale of, exemption for, when, extending: HB 1798, SHB 1798, SB 5627, SSB 5627
Disabilities, persons retired due to, leasing in community/park, property tax exemption: HB 2917
Disabilities, persons retired due to, owning home in community/park, property tax exemption: HB 2935
Fees, deposit into construction registration inspection account: * HB 1716, CH 11 (2017)
Installation, infractions, monetary penalties for: * HB 1329, CH 10 (2017), SB 5341
Manufactured/mobile homes and park model trailers, foreclosure or distraint sales: HB 2537, SB 6183, SSB 6183
Manufactured/mobile homes and park model trailers, property tax exemption, when: HB 1998
Mobile home lots, additional charges, landlord verification for tenant: HB 1822
Rental agreements, renewal and nonrenewal of, requirements: HB 1720
Rental assistance program, mobile home/manufactured housing, for low-income tenants: HB 2918, SHB 2918
Senior citizens leasing in community/park, property tax exemption: HB 2917
Senior citizens owning home in community/park, property tax exemption: HB 2935
Subdivisions, manufactured housing or mobile homes, outside urban growth areas: HB 2518
Trailers, park model, pre-1976, property tax exemption: HB 1998
Trailers, park model, siting on private residential land, prohibiting restricting of: HB 2939
Veterans, total disability, leasing in community/park, property tax exemption: HB 2917
Veterans, total disability, owning home in community/park, property tax exemption: HB 2935
MANUFACTURING  (See MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY; TAX PREFERENCES - EXEMPTIONS, CREDITS, DEDUCTIONS, DEFERRALS, ETC.; TAXES - BUSINESS AND OCCUPATION)
MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY  MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY RSS Feed
               (See also AERONAUTICS; COMPUTERS; ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS; ENERGY; MOTOR VEHICLES; TAX PREFERENCES - EXEMPTIONS, CREDITS, DEDUCTIONS, DEFERRALS, ETC.)
Audio switch and bluetooth technologies, information with hearing instrument receipt: HB 2856
Autonomous vehicle technology policy, joint select committee on, establishing: HCR 4414
Autonomous vehicles, on-road testing pilot project, report on conducting: HB 2971
Autonomous vehicles, operation on public roads for testing purposes: HB 2131
Bicycles, electric assisted, manufacturer requirements: HB 2782, SB 6434
Bluetooth and audio switch technologies, information with hearing instrument receipt: HB 2856
Building materials, sustainable, incentive program grants for manufacturers: HB 2631
Controlled substances, drug-free zone perimeters, widening, when: HB 2794
Electronic products manufacturers, children's or consumer, high priority chemicals: HB 1596, HB 2632
Firefighting foam, class B, with PFAS chemicals, manufacturer prohibitions: HB 2793, SB 6413, ESSB 6413
Food packaging, with PFAS chemicals, prohibiting, manufacturer compliance: HB 1744, HB 2658, SB 6396
Health sciences and services authorities, designation as, application deadline: HB 1922
High-technology businesses, R&D by certain manufacturers, tax credit and deferral: HB 1894, SHB 1894, SB 5630, SB 6411
High-technology businesses, research and development by, tax preferences: HB 1894, SHB 1894, SB 5630, SB 6411
Industrial/manufacturing facilities, in targeted county areas, property tax exemption: SB 5204
Manufacturing and production occupations, investing deferred sales tax in training for: SB 6481
Manufacturing facilities, sales tax deferral on construction/expenditure costs of: SB 6481
Motorcycle helmets, rider liability for manufacturer compliance failure, removing: HB 1650
Narcotics, schedule II or III oral, graded dosage packs, manufacturer requirements: HB 2586
Nuclear energy, small modular reactors, B&O tax exemption for manufacturers: SB 5475, SSB 5475, 2SSB 5475
Paint, architectural, producer role in architectural paint recovery program: HB 1376, SHB 1376, SB 5419
Paints/coatings for boats, copper-containing antifouling, prohibitions: HB 2634, SHB 2634, SB 6333, SSB 6333
Prescription drugs, unwanted, manufacturer-operated take-back program: HB 1047, ESHB 1047
Projects of statewide significance, tax credit for investments in: SB 6538
Robotics, Kettle Falls canine crusaders FIRST robotics team and Naomi Edwards, recognizing: SR 8695
Rural manufacturers, various, B&O tax rate relief for: HB 2947, HB 2992, SB 6596
Semiconductor materials, gas and chemicals for producing, sales tax exemption: SB 5260
Semiconductor materials, gas and chemicals for producing, sales/use exemptions: SSB 5260, SB 5916, SSB 5916, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Semiconductor materials, manufacturing of, various tax preferences, contingency: * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Semiconductor materials, manufacturing/processing of, B&O tax preferential rate: SB 5916, SSB 5916, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Semiconductor microchips, manufacturing of, B&O tax exemption, contingency: * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Solar energy photovoltaic cells, silicon smelters' role, tax preferences related to: HB 1403, SHB 1403, SB 5515, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Solar energy silicon manufacturing and wholesaling, preferential B&O tax rate: SB 5260, SSB 5260, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Spacecraft, R&D by manufacturers, tax credit and deferral, when: HB 1894, SHB 1894, SB 5630, SB 6411
MAPS AND MAPPING  MAPS AND MAPPING RSS Feed
               
Monument coordinates, to conform with Washington plane coordinate system: HB 2973
Monumentation of marks, national spatial reference system relation to: HB 2973
Surveyor, state, chief surveyor of DNR to be: HB 2973
Surveys and maps, official agency for, advisory board associated with, membership: HB 2973
Washington plane coordinate system, revising coordinate system and renaming as: HB 2391
MARIJUANA  (See BUSINESSES; DRUGS; HEALTH CARE)
MARINAS  (See BOATS AND BOATING; PUBLIC LANDS)
MARINE WATERS, STATE  MARINE WATERS, STATE RSS Feed
               (See also BOATS AND BOATING; COMMERCIAL VESSELS AND SHIPPING; OCEAN WATERS AND RESOURCES; OIL AND GAS; PILOTAGE COMMISSIONERS, BOARD; PUBLIC LANDS; PUGET SOUND PARTNERSHIP; SHORELINES AND SHORELINE MANAGEMENT)
Aquaculture, Atlantic salmon escapement, impact on native salmon, studying: SSB 6086
Aquaculture, Atlantic salmon, B&O taxation of: HB 2984
Aquaculture, Atlantic salmon, cultivation in state waters, prohibiting: HB 2260
Aquaculture, commercial marine net pen, state guidance: EHB 2957, SHB 2957, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, analysis of: HB 2418
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, facility construction and leases, delaying: HB 2418
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, facility inspections: HB 2418, EHB 2957, SHB 2957
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, leases, permits, and authorizations, prohibitions: EHB 2957, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, single-sex requirement: HB 2956
Aquatic reserves, Cherry Point, order enlarging, rescinding: SB 5171
Aquatic reserves, DNR establishment or enlargement, requiring legislation: SB 5171
Emergency response towing vessel and system, establishing: SB 6267
Harbors, harbor maintenance tax, federal, requesting that Congress reform: EHJM 4012, ESJM 8008
Hiram M. Chittenden locks in Ballard, centennial of, celebrating: * HR 4638 (2017)
Hood Canal, aquatic rehabilitation program, bond proceeds for: HB 1080, SHB 1080, * E2SHB 1080, CH 3 (2018), HB 2394, SB 5090, SSB 5090, SB 6089, SSB 6089, SB 6094
Invasive species, aquatic, comprehensive approach for managing: HB 1429, SHB 1429, SB 5303, * ESSB 5303, CH 17 (2017)
Orcas, recovery strategies, improving coordination of, convening meeting for: SB 6268
Orcas, southern resident orca whales, lawful speed when near: SB 6268
Orcas, southern resident population, recovery of: HB 2417
Orcas, southern resident population, research and management actions, identifying: SB 6268
Orcas, unlawful orca captivity, misdemeanor: SB 6099
Puget Sound region, maritime shipbuilding/ship repair prevailing wage rate for: HB 2742, SHB 2742, SB 6326
Puget Sound, hatchery and genetic management plans, NOAA fisheries review of: SJM 8009
Puget Sound, nearshore areas, toxic substance removal, report on: SB 6422
Puget Sound, rehabilitation of, bond proceeds for: HB 1080, SHB 1080, SB 5090, SSB 5090
Puget Sound, water quality protection, action agenda updates, frequency of: HB 1121, * SHB 1121, CH 54 (2017)
Salmon, Atlantic, 2017 escapement, impact on native salmon, studying: SSB 6086
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture facility construction and leases, delaying: HB 2418
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture facility inspections: HB 2418, EHB 2957, SHB 2957
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture leases, permits, and authorizations, prohibitions: EHB 2957, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, analysis of: HB 2418
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, B&O taxation of: HB 2984
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, commercial marine net pen, state guidance: EHB 2957, SHB 2957, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, single-sex requirement: HB 2956
Salmon, Atlantic, cultivation in state waters, prohibiting: HB 2260
Salmon, Atlantic, taxation as enhanced food fish when possessed commercially: HB 2984
Vessel traffic and safety, in certain marine waters, report of: SB 6269, SSB 6269
Waterways, cross-boundary, Salish Sea shared waters forum, establishing: SB 6269, SSB 6269
MARRIAGE AND MARRIED PERSONS  MARRIAGE AND MARRIED PERSONS RSS Feed
               (See also DOMESTIC RELATIONS; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE; MILITARY)
Age, minimum for contracting a marriage: HB 2376
Dissolution and separation, marital partners rights/responsibilities handbook: HB 2246
Dissolution and separation, parenting plans and additional provisions: HB 1554, HB 2246, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Dissolution proceedings and dependency, legal representation for parents, when: * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Employer gifts to employees based on marital status, allowing, when: HB 1947
Solemnizing of marriages and license issuance by county auditors: HB 2314
Solemnizing of marriages by commissioners of courts of limited jurisdiction: HB 1221
Solemnizing of marriages by state and local elected officials: HB 2385
Solemnizing of marriages by tribal court judges, authority: * HB 1091, CH 130 (2017)
Union of one man and one woman, religious beliefs and conscience concerning: HB 1178
MARTIAL ARTS  (See SPORTS AND RECREATION)
MASSAGE THERAPY  (See HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS)
MATERIALS MANAGEMENT AND FINANCING AUTHORITY, WASHINGTON  MATERIALS MANAGEMENT AND FINANCING AUTHORITY, WASHINGTON RSS Feed
               
Electronic products, electronic waste recycling program, authority role: HB 1226, HB 1824, ESHB 1824, SB 5136
MEDICAID  (See HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY; PUBLIC ASSISTANCE)
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE  (See HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY; PUBLIC ASSISTANCE)
MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE COMMISSION  (See HEALTH, DEPARTMENT)
MEDICATIONS  (See DRUGS; PHARMACIES AND PHARMACISTS)
MEETINGS  (See OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS)
MENTAL HEALTH  MENTAL HEALTH RSS Feed
               (See also ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE; COUNSELORS AND COUNSELING; PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHIATRISTS; PSYCHOLOGISTS)
ARNPs and physician assistants, psychiatric, role of: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Assisted outpatient mental health treatment, renaming: SB 6491
Behavioral health and suicide prevention, agricultural workers, pilot program, establishing: HB 2671
Behavioral health and suicide prevention, agricultural workers, task force on, convening: HB 2671
Behavioral health authority, designation of state, transfer to HCA, work group for: SSB 5259
Behavioral health authority, designation of state, transferring to health care authority: HB 1388, 2ESHB 1388, SB 5259, SSB 5259
Behavioral health care, integrating into foster child managed health care plan: HB 2530, SB 6436
Behavioral health licensees, fraudulent license transfers by, prohibiting: SB 5705, * SSB 5705, CH 330 (2017)
Behavioral health licensees, violations reduction by DSHS, prohibiting, when: SB 5705, * SSB 5705, CH 330 (2017)
Behavioral health organizations, serving homeless, developing strategies for: SB 5903
Behavioral health services, assisted outpatient behavioral health treatment: SB 6491
Behavioral health services, audits, HCA and DSHS requirements, modifying: * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Behavioral health services, community, behavioral health bonds for: SB 6468
Behavioral health services, DSHS documentation requirements, DSHS to review: SHB 1819, * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Behavioral health services, DSHS policies for providers and related staff, review of: SB 6496
Behavioral health services, fully integrated managed health care system: HB 2779, SHB 2779, SB 6485, SSB 6485
Behavioral health services, HCA documentation requirements, HCA to review: * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Behavioral health services, mental health field response team grant program: HB 2892, SSB 5970, 2SSB 5970
Behavioral health services, payment codes and reimbursement: SB 5779, * SSB 5779, CH 226 (2017) PV
Behavioral health services, physical health integration, work group on: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Behavioral health services, primary care settings, bidirectional integration model: * SSB 5779, CH 226 (2017) PV
Behavioral health services, primary care settings, integration model: SB 5779
Behavioral health services, provision of, reducing inefficiencies and duplications: HB 1819
Behavioral health services, provision of, reducing inefficiencies/duplications: SB 5749, SSB 5749, 2SSB 5749
Behavioral health services, substance use disorder treatment, prior authorization: HB 2572
Behavioral health services, whole-person care that includes: * SSB 5779, CH 226 (2017) PV
Behavioral health system, managed care, community facilities, outpatient treatment: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Behavioral health system, reforming provision of long-term psychiatric care: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Behavioral health, certain DSHS functions, transferring to department of health: HB 1388, 2ESHB 1388, SB 5259, SSB 5259
Caregivers, for nursing home patients with behavioral health needs, curricula for: HB 1548, * ESHB 1548, CH 200 (2017)
Caregivers, for persons with severe mental illness, respite services pilot projects: HB 1197
Caregivers, geriatric behavioral health workers, provisions concerning: * ESHB 1548, CH 200 (2017)
Child care, behavioral concerns consultation program: HB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Children's behavioral rehabilitation services rates: HB 2800, SB 6013
Children's mental and behavioral health disorders, access line via DSHS: HB 1713, SB 5763
Children's mental health services, facilitating referrals to, program for: HB 2451, SHB 2451, SB 6452
Children's mental health services, managed care and tribal organizations, medicaid: SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), * SSB 5779, CH 226 (2017) PV
Children's mental health services, managed care systems, through medicaid: HB 1713, SB 5763, SSB 5763
Children's mental health services, minor-requested, parental notification: SB 5709
Children's mental health services, parent-initiated, role of parent: SB 5706, SSB 5706
Children's mental health work group, establishing: HB 2779, SHB 2779, SB 6485, SSB 6485
Children's mental health work group, recommendations of, implementing: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), HB 1819, SHB 1819, * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017), SB 5749, SSB 5749, 2SSB 5749, SB 5763, SSB 5763
Clubhouses, expanding availability of: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Code 4 Northwest crisis service, Steve Redmond, honoring: * HR 4628 (2017)
College students, mental health counseling and services for, evaluating: HB 1651, SHB 1651
Commitment, involuntary, additional treatment for criminally insane, petition: HB 2289, SHB 2289
Commitment, involuntary, additional treatment, petition for: * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017)
Commitment, involuntary, conducting court hearings by video: SB 6124, SSB 6124
Commitment, involuntary, decision not to detain, petition for review of: HB 1162, SB 5103, SB 5106, * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017), ESSB 5894
Commitment, involuntary, detained then released, firearm possession prohibition: SB 5441, SSB 5441
Commitment, involuntary, detention evaluation in emergency room: SB 5106, * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017)
Commitment, involuntary, detention standards: HB 1259
Commitment, involuntary, diversion of veterans from: HB 2958
Commitment, involuntary, for long-term treatment, community hospital/facility role: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Commitment, involuntary, for long-term treatment, discharge planning: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Commitment, involuntary, for long-term treatment, via managed care: SB 6573
Commitment, involuntary, less-restrictive alternative or conditional release orders: HB 1069, SB 5106, * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017)
Community behavioral health services act, renaming previous act as: HB 2489, SB 6150, SSB 6150, 2SSB 6150
Community behavioral health services, capital improvements for, bonds to fund: SB 6468
Community mental health services act, renaming: HB 2489, SB 6150, SSB 6150, 2SSB 6150
Competency evaluations, professionals available to conduct, survey and contact list: SB 6497
Conversion therapy, practicing on minor, as provider unprofessional conduct, when: HB 2753, SB 5722
Counselors, mental health, vulnerable student access in every school to: SB 6618
Criminal offenders, behavioral health issues, diversion center pilot project: HB 2287, SHB 2287, SB 6060
Criminally insane, commitment changes, public safety review panel review: HB 2289, SHB 2289
Criminally insane, public safety review panel authority: HB 1355, SHB 1355, SB 5278
Criminally insane, release of, notification of law enforcement: HB 2289, SHB 2289
Criminally insane, release of, notification requirements: SB 6466
Crisis Clinic, executive director Kathleen Southwick, honoring: * SR 8636 (2017)
Crisis intervention response team pilot project, creating: HB 2234, SB 5970
Crisis walk-in centers, implementing: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Depression screening, for children of certain ages, through medicaid: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Depression screening, for maternal depression, through medicaid: SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017)
Depression, partnership access line for moms and kids program: SHB 2451, SB 6452
Depression, pregnant women and new mothers, diagnosis/treatment program: HB 2451, SHB 2451, SB 6452
Designated crisis responders, role of: SB 5106, * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017), SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Eating disorders, children and youth, treatment data: HB 2779, SHB 2779, SB 6485, SSB 6485
Evidence, admissibility of mental health, in certain discrimination claims: SB 5566
Evidence, mental health in certain discrimination claims, when at issue: SB 6027
Funding for mental health, using certain funds to supplant existing funding, when: HB 2006, SHB 2006, E2SHB 2006
Funding for mental health, using certain local sales/use tax revenue for: HB 2799
Higher education, suicide prevention and behavioral health, approaches: HB 1379, SHB 1379, HB 2513, SB 6514, SSB 6514
Hospitals, adding psychiatric beds, certificate of need exemption for, when: HB 1547, * ESHB 1547, CH 199 (2017), SB 5446
Hospitals, institutionalized patient nursing care providers, PSERS membership: HB 1558, SHB 1558
Hospitals, state, commitment after violent felony and subsequent release: SB 6466
Hospitals, state, coordinated quality improvement programs: SB 5512, SSB 5512
Hospitals, state, long-term forensic patients at, reentry community safety program for: SB 6466
Hospitals, state, placing under licensing authority of department of health: SB 5512, SSB 5512
Hospitals, state, psychiatric ARNP and physician assistant use at: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Hospitals, state, psychiatric ARNP residency program plan for: SB 5894
Hospitals, state, psychiatric ARNP training program plan for: ESSB 5894
Hospitals, state, psychiatric hospital managed care risk model for, creating: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Hospitals, state, public safety and community policing services: HB 1370, SB 5159
Hospitals, state, reimbursement using quarterly average census data: HB 1996, * SB 5595, CH 222 (2017)
Hospitals, state, release of criminally insane person, notification requirements: SB 6466
Hospitals, state, shifting long-term placements to community hospitals, when: HB 1546, HB 2067, 2EHB 2107, SB 5434, SSB 5434, SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Hospitals, state, shifting long-term placements to evaluation/treatment centers: 2EHB 2107
Hospitals, state, shifting long-term treatment to community services via managed care: SB 6573
Incompetent persons, health care informed consent for: HB 2541
Incompetent to stand trial, for violent felony, forensic commitment and release of: SB 6466
Incompetent to stand trial, violent act history, firearm possession, barring from: SB 6297, SSB 6297
Insanity, not guilty by reason of, commitment changes, review or intervention: HB 2289, SHB 2289
Law enforcement agencies, mental health field response team grant program: HB 2892, SSB 5970, 2SSB 5970
Law enforcement officer mental health training, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
Legal financial obligations, mentally ill offender's failure to pay: HB 1093, HB 1783, SHB 1783, E2SHB 1783
Medications, step therapy, mandatory, restricting use of: SB 5782, SSB 5782
Mental health counselors, vulnerable student access in every school to: SB 6618
Mental health field response teams, law enforcement, using mental health professionals: HB 2892, SSB 5970, 2SSB 5970
Murder, of family member, person threatening, mental health evaluation/treatment: HB 1972
Occupation disease claims, for mental conditions/disabilities, by LEOFF members: SHB 1655
Personal needs allowance, medicaid services, increasing: HB 1772, * SB 5118, CH 270 (2017)
Post-traumatic stress injury, education about, recognizing importance of: SR 8713
Posttraumatic stress disorder, occupational disease presumption, when: HB 1655
Professionals, mental health, substance use disorder civil commitment evaluations: HB 1753, ESHB 1753, SB 5580
Records, mental health services, use and disclosure, when: HB 1413, SHB 1413, SB 5435, * SSB 5435, CH 325 (2017)
School counselors, psychologists, and social workers, task force on, convening: HB 1377, SHB 1377, 2SHB 1377
Sexually exploited youth, commercially, mental health treatment for: HB 2857
Store and forward technology, services for children, through medicaid: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Students, distress and suicide prevention training modules for school staff: HB 2496, SB 6141
Students, distress response plan, to include abuse hotline policy in: HB 1563
Students, mental health needs, roles of OSPI and ESD's: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Students, mental health needs, school mental health professional collaboration time: HB 1377, SHB 1377, 2SHB 1377
Students, psychotropic medications or screening, school requiring, prohibiting: HB 1788, SB 5448
Students, regional mental health coordinators for educational service districts: HB 2496, SB 6141
Students, social-emotional learning, staff to support, funds allocation for: HB 1621
Suicide awareness, suicide-safer homes project, task force, and account, creating: HB 1612, SHB 1612, * E2SHB 1612, CH 262 (2017) PV
Suicide awareness, suicide-safer homes task force and subcommittees, provisions: HB 1612, SHB 1612, * E2SHB 1612, CH 262 (2017) PV
Suicide prevention and behavioral health, agricultural workers, pilot program, establishing: HB 2671
Suicide prevention and behavioral health, agricultural workers, task force on, convening: HB 2671
Suicide prevention in higher education, statewide resource and grant program: HB 1379, SHB 1379, HB 2513, SB 6514, SSB 6514
Suicide prevention, dental students and dentists, training curriculum for: SHB 1612, * E2SHB 1612, CH 262 (2017) PV
Suicide prevention, firearms transfers for: SHB 1612, HB 1731, SHB 1731, SB 5552, * ESSB 5552, CH 264 (2017)
Suicide prevention, voluntary waiver of firearm rights: SB 5553, SSB 5553
Telemedicine, behavioral health services for children, through medicaid: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Trauma-informed care, early childhood mental health training and consultation program: SHB 1713
Treatment and services, local tax revenues for: SB 5903
Treatment programs, admitting minor to and keeping them in, authority for: HB 1424
Treatment, assisted outpatient, adding substance use disorder and renaming: SB 6491
Treatment, assisted outpatient, initial evaluation and petitioning for: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Treatment, certified community long-term involuntary treatment facilities: ESSB 5894
Treatment, excluding residential housing cost payments from supported housing: HB 1545
Treatment, for commercially sexually exploited youth: HB 2857
Treatment, parent-initiated process, advisory group to review, convening: HB 2779, SHB 2779, SB 6485, SSB 6485
Veterans attending colleges, mental health counselors for: HB 1737, SB 5525
Veterans, diversion from involuntary commitment: HB 2958
Violent threats against person by patient, mental health provider responsibility: HB 1810, ESB 5800
Workers' compensation, for mental conditions/disabilities, claims by LEOFF members: SHB 1655
Workers' compensation, mental health therapy and evaluation services: HB 2865, SB 6448
MERCURY  (See HAZARDOUS WASTE; LIGHTING)
METALS  METALS RSS Feed
               (See also HAZARDOUS MATERIALS; HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC; MINES AND MINING)
Geothermal power plants, metals brought to surface by, JCDREAM duties: SB 6350, SSB 6350
Metal property crimes, property seizure and forfeiture, procedures and reporting: HB 2718, SHB 2718, E2SHB 2718
Semiconductor materials, gas and chemicals for producing, sales/use exemptions: SSB 5260, SB 5916, SSB 5916, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Semiconductor materials, manufacturing of, various tax preferences, contingency: * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Semiconductor materials, manufacturing/processing of, B&O tax preferential rate: SB 5916, SSB 5916, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Semiconductor microchips, manufacturing of, B&O tax exemption, contingency: * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Silicon, electricity or gas sold to smelters, tax preferences for: HB 1403, SHB 1403, SB 5515, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Silicon, semiconductor materials, gas and chemicals for, sales tax exemption: SB 5260
Silicon, solar energy manufacturing and wholesaling, preferential B&O tax rate: SB 5260, SSB 5260, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
METROPOLITAN PARK DISTRICTS  (See PARKS)
MILITARY  MILITARY RSS Feed
               (See also DISCRIMINATION; FIREARMS)
Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts, veterans, naming I-5 bridges over Nisqually river for: HJM 4007, SHJM 4007, SJM 8005, SSJM 8005
Afghanistan and Iraq veterans bridge, requesting naming of brown farm road NE bridge over I-5 as: HJM 4018, SHJM 4018
Alcohol concentration, allowed when driving, flying, or operating vessel, lowering: HB 1874
Amtrak derailment, military personnel and facilities providing aid after, honoring: * HR 4662 (2018), * SR 8696 (2018)
Bases, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, 100th anniversary, recognizing: * HR 4622 (2017), * SR 8627 (2017)
Boyington, Gregory "Pappy", U.S. marine corps World War II combat pilot, honoring: HR 4679
Brown, Frank M., army air corp first lieutenant, honoring and remembering: * SR 8648 (2017)
Buffalo Soldiers, 9th and 10th horse cavalry regiments, honoring: * HR 4615 (2017)
Businesses, servicemember-owned, state contracting disparities involving, addressing: HB 2950
Civil air patrol, recognizing the Washington state wing: * SR 8616 (2017)
Coast guard, petty officer Matthew E. Schlimme, requesting naming of cutter after: HJM 4011
College "resident student," uniformed services member spouse/child as, when: * SB 5778, CH 191 (2017)
College tuition/fees waiver, national guard child or spouse, requirements: HB 2464
College tuition/fees waiver, national guard, to include domestic support personnel: * SB 5826, CH 127 (2017)
Davidson, William L., army air corp captain, honoring and remembering: * SR 8648 (2017)
Died in service, gold star plate-recipient spouses, certain fee exemptions for: HB 1320, SB 5209
Died in service, member who, widow/widower vehicle/plate fees, exemption, when: * SHB 1320, CH 24 (2017)
Duffie, Joe, army and national guard veteran, recognizing: * SR 8672 (2017)
Electronics ratings, military, qualifications for EL06 and EL07 certification: HB 2123
Emergency management, coordinating with cybersecurity, task force on: HB 2086
Emergency management, first informer broadcasters, military department role: HB 2415, SHB 2415, SB 6056
Eubank, Dave, Free Burma Rangers founder, and his family, efforts to aid ISIS victims, recognizing: * SR 8676 (2017)
Filipino American veterans of World War II, recognizing: * SR 8697 (2018)
Filipino and American veterans of World War II, congressional gold medal recipients, congratulating: * HR 4675 (2018)
Grashio, Samuel, memorial highway, renaming a part of SR 395 as: SJM 8011
Hate crimes, due to military status: HB 1986
Information technology systems and infrastructure, testing security of, MD role: HB 1929, SHB 1929, 2SHB 1929, HB 2172
Installations, critical infrastructure facilities, operating unmanned aircraft over, prohibiting: SB 6356
Installations, military, transportation planning regional funding priority: SB 6108
Installations, U.S. armed services, protecting from incompatible growth: HB 2111, HB 2341, SB 6456
Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts, veterans, naming I-5 bridges over Nisqually river for: HJM 4007, SHJM 4007, SJM 8005, SSJM 8005
Japanese-American veterans, incarcerees, and civil rights activists, recognizing: * HR 4673 (2018)
Japanese-American World War II internees, veterans, and activists, recognizing: * HR 4613 (2017)
Japanese-American World War II internees, veterans, and protectors, recognizing: * SR 8614 (2017), * SR 8706 (2018)
Killed in line of duty, spouses of members who were, property tax exemption for: SB 5104, SSB 5104, SB 6300
Legal services, pro bono, office of military and veteran legal assistance, creating: HB 1055, * SHB 1055, CH 163 (2017), SB 5021, SSB 5021, 2SSB 5021
Member of armed forces, nonresident, motor vehicles used by, use tax exemption: HB 2713
Member of military, malicious harassment of: HB 1986
Member or employee of military, assault in third degree involving: HB 1986
Members, officers/employees of state/political subdivisions, military leave calculation: HB 2851
Members, with disabilities, recreational/rehabilitation facility for, tax exemptions: HB 2550, SB 6167
Military benefit financing pilot projects, establishing: HB 2635, SHB 2635, SB 6272
Military benefit zones, creating, using to finance public improvements: HB 2635, SHB 2635, SB 6272
Military department, adjutant general role in convening cybersecurity panel: SHB 1418
Military department, protecting occupants of national guard facilities: SB 5405, SSB 5405
Military reservation, recreational/rehabilitation facility on, tax exemptions: HB 2550, SB 6167
Militia, using to enforce federal immigration laws, prohibiting: SB 5852
National guard, college tuition/fees waiver for child or spouse, requirements: HB 2464
National guard, college tuition/fees waiver, to include domestic support personnel: * SB 5826, CH 127 (2017)
National guard, complimentary discover pass for member, when: HB 2142
National guard, occupants of facilities of, military department protection of: SB 5405, SSB 5405
National guard, Seattle pier 91 armory property, creating interbay committee for: HB 2134
National guard, using to enforce federal immigration laws, prohibiting: SB 5852
National guard, Washington, recognizing and thanking: * HR 4639 (2017), * HR 4663 (2018), * SR 8650 (2017), * SR 8692 (2018)
Navy and navy personnel, contributions of, recognizing: * HR 4637 (2017)
Navy appreciation day, celebrating: * SR 8649 (2017), * SR 8715 (2018)
Navy in Washington state, celebrating: * HR 4678 (2018)
Navy, personnel and their family members and friends, recognizing: * HR 4637 (2017)
Nuclear attack planning, removing emergency management plan prohibition on: HB 2214, SB 5936
Opportunities, educational/employment, association of Washington generals role: SHB 1984
Post-traumatic stress injury, in combat, importance of education about: SR 8713
POW/MIA flag, national league of families', display requirements: * HB 1204, CH 79 (2017)
POW/MIA flag, national league of families', flying on higher education campuses: HB 1220
POWs, child or spouse of, higher education waiver to include stipend, when: HB 2009, SHB 2009, E2SHB 2009
Professional licensing, certification, etc., for members and spouses: HB 1978, * SB 5359, CH 184 (2017)
Retirement, LEOFF plan 2, interruptive service credit requirement, studying: * SB 5661, CH 188 (2017)
Retirement, WSPRS, military service credit for: HB 1173, SB 5061
Schlimme, Matthew E., petty officer, requesting naming of coast guard cutter after: HJM 4011
Seizure and forfeiture of property, proceedings for, service member protections: HB 2718, SHB 2718, E2SHB 2718
Services through companies, active duty member termination of contracts for: HB 1056, SB 5041, SB 6017
Shared leave program, state, uniformed service member, veteran, or spouse, when: * E2SHB 1802, CH 173 (2017)
Shared leave program, state, uniformed service pool, members and spouses: HB 1802
Spouses of members deployed overseas, unemployment compensation for, studying: HB 2456, SHB 2456
Spouses of members, EMT or paramedic limited certification: HB 2498
Spouses of members, increasing employment opportunities for: HB 2456, SHB 2456
State guard, complimentary discover pass for member, when: HB 2142
State guard, retirement age, extensions of, when: HB 2004, SHB 2004, 2SHB 2004
State guard, using to enforce federal immigration laws, prohibiting: SB 5852
Students, extracurricular activities, including varsity, eligibility for: HB 1023, SB 5117
Uniformed service shared leave pool, state employee, members and spouses: HB 1802
USS Olympia submarine and its crew, honoring: * HR 4609 (2017), * SR 8607 (2017)
War, period of, modifying definition of "veteran" in reference to: HB 2645, HB 2701, ESHB 2701, SB 6377
World War I veterans memorial bridge, requesting naming of south Tacoma way bridge over I-5 as: HJM 4019, SHJM 4019
World War I, one-hundredth anniversary of U.S.A.'s entry into: * HR 4641 (2017)
World War I, Washington's veterans of, honoring: * HR 4641 (2017)
World War II, Filipino American veterans of, recognizing: * SR 8697 (2018)
World War II, Filipino and American veterans of, congressional gold medal recipients, congratulating: * HR 4675 (2018)
MILITARY DEPARTMENT  MILITARY DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               
Communication plans, life safety information for limited-English proficient persons: * SSB 5046, CH 312 (2017)
Elections infrastructure, continuity of election operations plans, department role: HB 2528, SHB 2528
Emergency management, government continuity of planning: HB 2263, SHB 2263, SB 6011
Emergency management-cybersecurity coordination, task force on, department role: HB 2086
Voter registration, department as qualified agency for: E3SSB 6353
MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS  (See FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS)
MINES AND MINING  MINES AND MINING RSS Feed
               
Coal mine lands, certain nonprofit-owned former, property tax exemption, when: HB 1391, SHB 1391
Geothermal resources, development of, various strategies: SB 6350
Geothermal resources, exploration for, permitting process, revising: SB 5470, * ESSB 5470, CH 259 (2017)
Geothermal resources, state-owned lands inventory and map: SSB 6350
Mineral resources and resource lands, growth management planning involving: HB 1225, SHB 1225, HB 2942, SHB 2942
Motorized prospecting, pollutant discharge elimination, general permit for: HB 1106
Motorized small scale mining, pollutant discharge elimination general permit for: SB 6412
Nonmotorized small scale prospecting and mining, permit and fee exemption: HB 1077
Surface mining, permits, fees for: * HB 1406, CH 27 (2017)
MINORITIES  MINORITIES RSS Feed
               (See also AFRICAN-AMERICAN AFFAIRS, COMMISSION; AFRICAN-AMERICANS; ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS, STATE COMMISSION; ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICANS; DISCRIMINATION; GENDER IDENTITY; HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION; IMMIGRATION, IMMIGRANTS, AND IMMIGRATION STATUS; INDIANS; SEXUAL ORIENTATION)
Businesses, minority-owned, state contracting disparities involving, addressing: HB 2950
Businesses, minority-owned, U of W medical facility alternative contracting: HB 1861, * SB 5631, CH 124 (2017)
Chavez, Cesar, honoring: * SR 8642 (2017)
Chavez, Cesar, recognizing March thirty-first as Cesar Chavez day: HB 1939, SB 5913
Clinical trials for drugs and medical devices, diversity program for: HB 2304, SB 6506
Communication plans, life safety information for limited-English proficient persons: * SSB 5046, CH 312 (2017)
Court interpreters for non-English-speaking persons, oath requirements: * HB 1285, CH 83 (2017)
Court interpreters for non-English-speaking persons, providing and reimbursing: HB 1186, SHB 1186
Estonians in Washington, recognizing Estonian independence day: * SR 8707 (2018)
Ethnic studies, model school curriculum, development and advisory committee: HB 1294
Ethnicity, public agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibitions: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Eubank, Dave, humanitarian organization Free Burma Rangers founder, and his family, recognizing: * SR 8676 (2017)
Executive order 9066, seventy-fifth anniversary, acknowledging: * HR 4613 (2017), * SR 8614 (2017)
Executive order 9066, seventy-sixth anniversary, acknowledging: * HR 4673 (2018), * SR 8706 (2018)
Facilities, public, impact on ethnically diverse/high poverty area, mitigation of: HB 2093, SB 5725, SSB 5725
Filipino American World War II veterans, recognizing: * SR 8697 (2018)
Filipino Americans and Filipino American history month, celebrating: * HR 4619 (2017)
Filipino Americans in Washington state, contributions of, recognizing: * SR 8697 (2018)
Filipino and American veterans of World War II, congressional gold medal recipients, congratulating: * HR 4675 (2018)
Girl scouts of western Washington, recognizing: * SR 8685 (2018)
Hate crimes or harassment, due to immigration/national origin/citizenship status, assistance: ESHB 2029, 2SHB 2029
Health care facility beds, relocation of, effect on access for underserved groups: HB 2589
Interpreters, educational, for persons with limited English proficiency: HB 1295, HB 1451
Italy, Sons of, legacy and value of, recognizing: * SR 8680 (2018)
Japanese-American veterans, incarcerees, and civil rights activists, recognizing: * HR 4673 (2018)
Japanese-American World War II internees, veterans, and activists, recognizing: * HR 4613 (2017)
Japanese-American World War II internees, veterans, and protectors, recognizing: * SR 8614 (2017), * SR 8706 (2018)
Korean-American day, tenth anniversary, celebrating: * SR 8603 (2017)
Language access providers, spoken language services from, agency purchasing: HB 1869, SB 5682
Language access, for students and parents with limited English proficiency: HB 1295, HB 1451
Law enforcement and minority communities, data collection methodology: HB 1529, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Law enforcement officer diversity and community engagement, studying: HB 1529, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Law enforcement officer diversity, how to increase, studying: HB 1769
Minority affairs, commission on, abolishing certain commissions and creating: HB 2183
National origin, public agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibitions: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Notices, about emergencies and disasters, for limited-English-proficient persons: HB 1540, SHB 1540, 2SHB 1540, SB 5046, * SSB 5046, CH 312 (2017)
Nowruz, the Persian new year, celebrating the spring equinox as: * SR 8631 (2017)
Pacific islanders, COFA citizens, health care premium assistance program for: HB 1291, SHB 1291, 2SHB 1291, SB 5683, SSB 5683
Racial and ethnic impact statements concerning legislation, creating: SB 5588, ESSB 5588
Registration or surveillance programs, aiding of, prohibiting, when: HB 1985, SB 5689, SSB 5689, 2SSB 5689
Spanish speakers, participation in family medicine residency programs: SB 5072
Transitional bilingual instruction program, "eligible pupil" and "native language": HB 1686, HB 2615, SB 5489
Transitional bilingual instruction program, "eligible pupil" and role of native language: HB 2616
Transitional bilingual instruction program, annual reporting date: HB 1690, * SB 5488, CH 123 (2017)
Transitional bilingual instruction program, bilingual educator initiative to support: SB 5712, SSB 5712
U of W, medical facility alternative contracting, minority-owned businesses: HB 1652
Violent encounters with law enforcement, minority advisory boards, establishing: SB 5429
Violent encounters with law enforcement, training for officers to reduce: SB 5429
Women's day, international, and women and their contributions: * HR 4623 (2017)
MINORITY AND JUSTICE COMMISSION  MINORITY AND JUSTICE COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Racial and ethnic impact statements concerning legislation, evaluating: SB 5588, ESSB 5588
MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE  MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE RSS Feed
               
Contracts, certain colleges, office to identify low minority and women participation: HB 1897, SHB 1897
Contracts, minority- and women-owned businesses, AG enforcement, repealing: HB 1897, SHB 1897
Contracts, state agencies, office to identify low minority and women participation: HB 1897, SHB 1897
Investigation unit within office, establishing: HB 1897, SHB 1897
Linked deposit program, loan priorities, rule-making authority of office: SB 6085
Linked deposit program, simplifying rule-making authority of office: SB 5587
U of W, medical facility alternative contracting, role of office: HB 1861, * SB 5631, CH 124 (2017)
MINORS  (See ABORTION; CHILDREN)
MOBILE HOMES  (See MANUFACTURED HOUSING AND MOBILE HOMES)
MODEL TOXICS CONTROL ACT  (See HAZARDOUS WASTE; NAMED ACTS)
MONEY  (See BUSINESSES; CREDIT AND DEBIT CARDS; CURRENCY; WAGES AND HOURS)
MONEY TRANSMITTERS  (See BUSINESSES)
MOPEDS  (See MOTOR VEHICLES)
MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICTS  (See PEST CONTROL AND PESTICIDES)
MOTION PICTURES  MOTION PICTURES RSS Feed
               (See also BUSINESSES)
Motion picture competitiveness program, contributions, B&O tax credit, when: HB 1527, HB 2062, SB 5502, SSB 5502, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Motion picture competitiveness program, deleting TV series as preference, when: SB 6584
Motion picture competitiveness program, extension and expansion of: HB 1527, HB 2062, SB 5502, SSB 5502, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
MOTOR VEHICLES  MOTOR VEHICLES RSS Feed
               (See also BICYCLES; DRIVERS AND DRIVERS' LICENSES; FUELS; INSURANCE; ROADS AND HIGHWAYS; TAXES - FUEL; TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE; TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL; TOWING AND TOW TRUCKS; TRAFFIC; TRANSPORTATION)
Adaptive equipment sales and use tax exemptions for veterans with disabilities: SHB 2269, SB 6536
Adaptive equipment sales tax exemption for veterans with disabilities: HB 2269
Addresses of record, uniform process for updating, when: HB 1813, * SHB 1813, CH 147 (2017), SB 5271, SSB 5271
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, crossing public roadways in certain counties, when: HB 1838, * SHB 1838, CH 26 (2017)
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, local regulation to include with off-road vehicles: HB 2723
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, operation on county roadways, provisions: HB 1156, HB 1837
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, operation on public roads, tourism routes pilot program: HB 2756
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, operation on state highways, when: HB 2934
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, temporary ORV use permits for: HB 2220
Alternative fuel vehicles, public agency acquisition of, requirements and funding: SB 5931, SB 6080
Alternative fuel, clean, commercial vehicle B&O tax credits, when unused: SB 6080
Alternative fuel, clean, commercial vehicles using, tax credits, when: HB 1809, * ESHB 1809, CH 116 (2017), SB 6080
Alternative fuel, clean, various vehicles using, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2549, HB 2653, SB 6080, SB 6098
Alternative fuel, clean, various vehicles using, sales tax exemption: HB 2340
Antifreeze products, denatonium benzoate provisions, application of: HB 1095
Assault, vehicular, fee increase to fund DUI reduction: * E2SHB 1614, CH 336 (2017), HB 1970, SB 5904
Assault, vehicular, Leprechaun Cain act: HB 2454, SB 6551
Assault, vehicular, of vulnerable user of public way: HB 2454, SB 6551
Assault, vehicular, under the influence, prior convictions, increasing sentence for: HB 1591, SHB 1591
Automobile museums, historic, sales and use tax deferral: HB 1577, SB 5409, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Autonomous vehicle technology policy, joint select committee on, establishing: HCR 4414
Autonomous vehicles, on public roadways, executive and legislative work group on, convening: SHB 2970
Autonomous vehicles, on public roadways, work group on, convening: HB 2970
Autonomous vehicles, on-road testing pilot project, report on conducting: HB 2971
Autonomous vehicles, operation on public roads, requirements: HB 2131
Bicycles, electric assisted, definitions, requirements, and use of: HB 2782, SB 6434
Brake friction materials, aligning requirements with nationwide agreement: HB 1738, * SHB 1738, CH 204 (2017)
Buses, school, definition: SB 5503, SSB 5503
Buses, school, safety belts in: HB 1246, SHB 1246, SB 5054, SB 5503, SSB 5503
Car seat, harness, and safety belt restraint systems, age-based requirements for: EHB 1188, SHB 1188
Car wash facilities, sales and use tax exemptions for: HB 1856
Commercial vehicles, electrical contractor vehicle identification requirements: HB 1855
Commercial vehicles, fees, depositing in new account: * HB 1716, CH 11 (2017)
Commercial vehicles, physical or medical safety belt exemption exception: HB 2776
Commercial vehicles, using clean alternative fuel, tax credits, when: HB 1809, * ESHB 1809, CH 116 (2017)
Cycles, motor-driven, helmet, financial responsibility when adult not wearing: HB 1804, SHB 1804
Cycles, motor-driven, helmets, limiting mandatory use to persons under 18: HB 1485
Dealers and manufacturers, franchise agreements, unfair manufacturer practices: EHB 2439, SB 6137, ESSB 6137
Dealers, notifying buyer or lessee during bushing period, methods for: HB 1373, * SB 5244, CH 41 (2017)
Dealers, wholesale, licensing of, continuing elimination of: EHB 2808
Dealers, wholesale, licensing of, eliminating: * HB 1722, CH 15 (2017)
Dealers, wholesale, licensing of, renewing license, when: EHB 2808
Electric vehicles, all electric truck tractor purchase, sales tax exemption: HB 2339
Electric vehicles, batteries, sales tax exemption: SB 6080
Electric vehicles, build out of infrastructure, utilities authority for: HB 1335, SB 6098
Electric vehicles, charge ahead Washington program: SB 6080
Electric vehicles, charging stations, in areas zoned for multifamily residences: SB 5716
Electric vehicles, commercial vehicle B&O tax credits, when unused: SB 6080
Electric vehicles, electrification of transportation infrastructure: SB 6080, SB 6187, ESSB 6187
Electric vehicles, public agency acquisition of, requirements and funding: SB 5931, SB 6080, SB 6098
Electric vehicles, rapid charging stations and other infrastructure, incentives for: SB 5716
Electric vehicles, ride-sharing vehicle tax exemptions to include: HB 1662
Electric vehicles, sales and use tax exemptions, when: HB 2549, HB 2653, SB 6080, SB 6098
Electric vehicles, sales tax exemption, when: HB 2340
Electric vehicles, tax credits for, when: HB 1809, * ESHB 1809, CH 116 (2017), SB 6080
Electric-assisted bicycles, definitions, requirements, and use of: HB 2782, SB 6434
Electrical contractors, vehicle identification requirements, instituting: HB 1855
Electrification of transportation, clean fuels program revenue for: HB 2338, SHB 2338
Electrification of transportation, electric utility and PUD plans for: HB 2897
Electronic logging devices, federal exemption for agricultural transporters: SB 6180
Emission standards, adoption of California standards, revising: HB 2328
Entering vehicle to render assistance, liability of person, immunity when: HB 1118
Fees, service, agent or subagent collection: HB 2476, SHB 2476, SB 6438, SSB 6438
Fees, vehicle fee rebate program, low-income, by transportation benefit districts: SB 5785
Felonies, motor vehicle-related, community custody pilot program for: HB 1914, HB 1976, SHB 1976
Food units, mobile, exemption from commissary/servicing area regulations: HB 2639
For hire vehicle companies, wheelchair accessible, special parking privileges: * EHB 2003, CH 151 (2017)
For hire vehicles, operating within port district, limiting entry and charging fee: HB 1917, SHB 1917, SB 5739
For hire vehicles, providers for special needs persons, B&O tax credit: HB 2113
For hire vehicles, relicensing as taxicabs, with regulatory uniformity: SB 6602
For hire vehicles, wheelchair accessible, regulation of vehicles and operators: SB 5812
Homicide, vehicular, fee increase to fund DUI reduction: * E2SHB 1614, CH 336 (2017), HB 1970, SB 5904
Lamps, stop, and other signaling devices, color requirements: HB 2775
Length, maximum front extension, transit vehicle with bike rack, exemption, when: HB 1149, * SHB 1149, CH 76 (2017), SB 5147, SSB 5147
Length, maximum, exceptions for two trailers or semitrailers, when: HB 2606, SB 6218
License plate indicator tabs, for tow truck operators applying for certain licenses: SHB 2612
License plates, automated recognition systems, authorizing use, when: HB 1909, SHB 1909
License plates, deceased military member widow/widower, fee exemption for, when: * SHB 1320, CH 24 (2017)
License plates, disabled veteran fee exemption, qualifications: HB 1230
License plates, for tow trucks, single unified plate with endorsement tabs: HB 2612
License plates, special, baseball stadium plates, repealing: HB 2871, SB 6489, SSB 6489
License plates, special, collector vehicle plates, personalized: SB 6009, SSB 6009
License plates, special, defining "veteran" for: HB 1369, * SHB 1369, CH 97 (2017), SB 5245, SSB 5245
License plates, special, disabled American veteran or former POW plates, criteria: HB 2522, SHB 2522, SB 6586
License plates, special, Fred Hutch plates, creating: HB 1568, * SHB 1568, CH 25 (2017)
License plates, special, gold star plates, licensing and plates fee exemptions, when: HB 1320, SB 5209
License plates, special, Imagine plates, creating: HB 1556, SHB 1556, SB 5345, SSB 5345
License plates, special, national rifle association plates, creating: HB 1900, SB 5536
License plates, special, Patches pal plates, creating: HB 2564
License plates, special, sasquatch plates, creating: SB 6151
License plates, special, Seattle Mariners plates, creating: HB 2871, SB 6489, SSB 6489
License plates, special, Seattle Seahawks plates, association of generals funding: SSB 5746
License plates, special, Washington state aviation plates, creating: * HB 1400, CH 11 (2017)
License plates, special, Washington state parks-Sasquatch plates, creating: SB 6151
Licensing and certification, autonomous vehicles, requirements: HB 2131
Licensing, fees for, gold star license plate widow or widower recipient exemption: HB 1320, SB 5209
Limousines, operating within port district, limiting entry and charging fee: HB 1917, SHB 1917, SB 5739
Maintenance, vehicle maintenance improvement program and account, creating: HB 2899
Manufacturers and dealers, franchise agreements, unfair manufacturer practices: EHB 2439, SB 6137, ESSB 6137
Mopeds, helmet, financial responsibility when adult not wearing: HB 1804, SHB 1804
Mopeds, helmets, limiting mandatory use to persons under 18: HB 1485
Mopeds, towed from accident scene when owner hospitalized, redemption: HB 2058, * SHB 2058, CH 152 (2017)
Motor homes, warranty act/lemon law application to: HB 2017
Motor-driven cycles, helmet, financial responsibility when adult not wearing: HB 1804, SHB 1804
Motor-driven cycles, helmets, limiting mandatory use to persons under 18: HB 1485
Motorcycle- or club-related paraphernalia, profiling based on, prohibiting: HB 1553
Motorcycles, converted for use as snow bikes, registration and operation of: HB 2975, SHB 2975
Motorcycles, electric, registration renewal fee for: SB 6107
Motorcycles, exempting from motor vehicle weight fee: HB 2063
Motorcycles, helmet, financial responsibility when adult not wearing: HB 1804, SHB 1804
Motorcycles, helmets, limiting mandatory use to persons under 18: HB 1485, HB 1803, SB 5156
Motorcycles, helmets, rider liability for manufacturer compliance failure, removing: HB 1650
Motorcycles, limited access facility shoulder use by, when: SB 5378, SSB 5378
Motorcycles, motorcycle awareness month, May as, celebrating: * SR 8613 (2017), * SR 8714 (2018)
Motorcycles, operating between lanes or passing in same lane: HB 1157
Motorcycles, passing in lane occupied by vehicle, when: SB 5378, SSB 5378
Motorcycles, permissible parking methods: HB 2677, SB 6070
Motorcycles, profiling by law enforcement, prohibiting: HB 2873
Motorcycles, towed from accident scene when owner hospitalized, redemption: HB 2058, * SHB 2058, CH 152 (2017)
Motorsports vehicles, resident owners but sold by out-of-state dealers, reporting: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Narrow track vehicles, lane use and parking by: HB 2596, SB 6176
Off-road vehicles, local regulation to include wheeled all-terrain vehicles as: HB 2723
Off-road vehicles, provisions: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Off-road vehicles, recreation site/lands parking without pass, when: HB 2652, SHB 2652, SB 6128
Off-road vehicles, temporary use permits, issuing for wheeled all-terrain vehicles: HB 2220
Owners, name/address of, disclosure to attorney or private investigator, notice of: SB 5859
Passenger vehicles, expensive, luxury sales and use taxes on, imposing: SB 6609
Property offenses, motor vehicle, offender score provisions: SB 5059, ESSB 5934
Recalled vehicles, repairs by dealers, manufacturer compensation for: EHB 2439, SB 6137, ESSB 6137
Recreational vehicles, abandoned, towing, deconstruction, and disposal of: SB 5735
Recreational vehicles, abandoned, transport, storage, dismantling, and disposal of: HB 2925, SB 6437
Recreational vehicles, camping or travel, depositing fees in new account: * HB 1716, CH 11 (2017)
Recreational vehicles, generally, warranty act/lemon law application to: HB 2017
Recreational vehicles, motor homes, warranty act/lemon law application to: HB 2017
Recreational vehicles, voluntary turn-in program, developing: SB 5735
Registration, address of record, uniform process for updating, when: HB 1813, * SHB 1813, CH 147 (2017), SB 5271, SSB 5271
Registration, attestation of financial responsibility before issuance of: HB 1977
Registration, citation for failing to register vehicle, deferred prosecution program: SB 6293, SSB 6293
Registration, deceased military member widow/widower, fee exemption for, when: * SHB 1320, CH 24 (2017)
Registration, fees for certain transactions involving, increasing: HB 1286, HB 1345
Registration, fees, certain deposit contingencies: HB 2338, SHB 2338
Registration, in Indian country, to evade tax or fees, prohibiting: SB 5807
Registration, motor vehicle registration hiatus pilot project, creating: SHB 1272
Registration, off-road vehicles, requirements, violations, penalties: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Registration, proof of financial responsibility before issuance of: HB 1940, SB 5153
Registration, recreational vehicles, abandoned RV deconstruction/disposal fee: SB 5735
Registration, recreational vehicles, abandoned RV disposal fee at time of: HB 2925, SB 6437
Registration, renewal of, service fee collection: HB 2476, SHB 2476, SB 6438, SSB 6438
Registration, snowmobiles, requirements, violations, penalties: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Registration, two-year periods for, provisions: SB 5508, SSB 5508
Registration, vehicle registration hiatus for vehicles not driven on public roads: HB 1272, SHB 1272
Rental car agencies, liability for negligent entrustment: SB 5944, SSB 5944
Rental car agencies, sales tax revenue for tourism marketing: HB 1123, SHB 1123, HB 2924, SB 5251, SSB 5251
Repair facilities, motor vehicle transporter license, modifying: EHB 1742
Repairs, due to recall, manufacturer compensation of dealers: EHB 2439, SB 6137, ESSB 6137
Restraint systems for children in vehicles, information concerning: EHB 1188, SHB 1188
Safety belts or child restraint systems, age-based requirements for: EHB 1188, SHB 1188
Safety belts, physical or medical exemption from requirement, exception to: HB 2776
Shooting from vehicle, person with disability when hunting, repealing provision: HB 2649
Snow bikes, "snowmobile" to include for vehicle registration purposes: HB 2975, SHB 2975
Snow bikes, converted motorcycles used as, registration and operation of: HB 2975, SHB 2975
Snowmobiles, provisions: HB 1446, SHB 1446, HB 2975, SHB 2975, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Taxation, retail sales, deposits into motor vehicle fund, relation to fuel tax: SB 5564
Taxicab companies, when wheelchair accessible, special parking privileges: * EHB 2003, CH 151 (2017)
Taxicabs, operating within port district, limiting entry and charging fee: HB 1917, SHB 1917, SB 5739
Taxicabs, relicensing for hire vehicles as, with regulatory uniformity: SB 6602
Taxicabs, wheelchair accessible, HOV lane use by: SB 5018, SB 6565
Taxicabs, wheelchair accessible, HOV lane use by, DOT to consider: * SSB 5018, CH 311 (2017)
Theft or taking of vehicle, community custody pilot program for: SB 5539, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Tires, fee on retail sale of, repealing: HB 1191
Tires, waste, repealing tire sales fee and account: HB 1191
Titles, certificates of, address of record, uniform process for updating, when: HB 1813, * SHB 1813, CH 147 (2017), SB 5271, SSB 5271
Titles, certificates of, affidavit of lost title, service fee collection: HB 2476, SHB 2476, SB 6438, SSB 6438
Titles, certificates of, fees for certain transactions involving, increasing: HB 1286, HB 1345
Titles, certificates of, off-road vehicles, requirements, violations, penalties: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Titles, certificates of, quick title service fee reductions and other revisions: HB 2722
Titles, certificates of, service fees collection: HB 2476, SHB 2476, SB 6438, SSB 6438
Titles, certificates of, snowmobiles, requirements, violations, penalties: HB 1446, SB 5338
Trailers, exemption from regional transit authority-imposed motor vehicle excise taxes: HB 2569
Transporting of vehicles, transporter license for, issuance to repair facilities: EHB 1742
Truck tractors, all electric, sales tax exemption for purchase: HB 2339
Truck, industrial insurance definition of, in connection with motor carriers: HB 1780, HB 2705, SB 5565, SSB 5565, SB 6478
Truck, owner-operator as motor carrier, industrial insurance exemption, when: HB 1780, HB 2705, SB 5565, SSB 5565, SB 6478
Trucks, dump trucks for hire, simplifying B&O tax rate for: HB 2891
Trucks, high polluting drayage, high-volume ports to phase out: HB 2601, SHB 2601
Trucks, motor, for transporting freight, etc., parking of, various issues: HB 2807
Use tax, vehicle used by nonresident armed forces member, exemption: HB 2713
Valuation, for motor vehicle excise tax purposes, requirements, when: HB 2132, HB 2147, SB 5851, SB 5905, SB 6303
Vans, with wheelchair or mobility equipment, parking in van-accessible space without: SB 6619
Work zone vehicles/workers, driver requirements for negotiating: HB 2087, SB 5841
Work zone vehicles/workers, reckless endangerment by driver, penalty: HB 2087, SB 5841
Wreckers, illegal operations, definitions, task force, inspections, and advertising: SB 5590
Zero-emission drayage vehicles, high-volume ports to rely on: HB 2601, SHB 2601
Zero-emission light-duty vehicles, charge ahead Washington program: SB 6080
MOTOR-DRIVEN CYCLES  (See MOTOR VEHICLES)
MOTORCYCLES  (See DRIVERS AND DRIVERS' LICENSES; MOTOR VEHICLES; PARKING; TRAFFIC)
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MUSEUMS  MUSEUMS RSS Feed
               (See also HISTORICAL SOCIETIES)
Automobile museums, historic, sales and use tax deferral: HB 1577, SB 5409, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Fred Oldfield Western Heritage and Art Center, honoring and remembering Fred Oldfield: * SR 8630 (2017)
State capital historical museum, former, name to revert to historic Lord mansion: * HB 1853, CH 117 (2017), SB 5660
Unclaimed property, law enforcement donation to museum: HB 2374
MUSHROOMS  (See FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS; STATE DESIGNATIONS, OFFICIAL)
MUSIC AND MUSICIANS  MUSIC AND MUSICIANS RSS Feed
               (See also COLLECTIVE BARGAINING; PERFORMING ARTS AND PERFORMANCE FACILITIES)
Lennon, John, Imagine special license plates, creating: HB 1556, SHB 1556, SB 5345, SSB 5345
Musicians, unemployment compensation eligibility for: HB 2724, SHB 2724, SB 6521
Symphony musicians, newly employed, bargaining unit representative access to: HB 2624, ESB 6229
Symphony musicians, unfair labor practices against, superior court claims deadline: HB 2736, SB 6231
Union High School percussion ensemble, honoring: * HR 4665 (2018)