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

RADIO BROADCASTING  (See NEWS MEDIA)
RADIOACTIVE WASTE  (See HAZARDOUS WASTE)
RAILROADS  RAILROADS RSS Feed
               
Amtrak derailment, men and women providing aid after, honoring: * HR 4662 (2018), * SR 8696 (2018)
Companies, railroad, notice of planned actions to communities and UTC: HB 2548, SHB 2548
County rail districts, imposing local sales and use tax: HB 2622
Crew transportation providers and vehicles, contract, regulation of: HB 1105, * ESHB 1105, CH 333 (2017), SB 5759
Economic disruption, intent to cause, special allegation of, when: SB 5009
Employees, operating craft, fatigue layoff programs for, establishment by carriers: HB 2944, SHB 2944
Employees, safe leave act for Washington railroad workers: HB 2944, SHB 2944
Employees, yardmasters, working hours: HB 1670, SB 5845
Flammable trains, high hazard, speed limits in certain urban areas: HB 1498, SB 5098
Freight rail dependent uses, on land near railroads, authorizing: HB 2231
Freight rail dependent uses, on land near short line railroads, authorizing: HB 1504, * ESHB 1504 (2017) V, * 3ESB 5517, CH 18 (2017)
Grade crossings, on-track equipment approaching, requiring drivers to stop: * SB 5227, CH 87 (2017)
Milwaukee Road corridor, renaming portion as Senator Bob McCaslin trail: HB 2952, SHB 2952
Milwaukee Road corridor, striking certain contingent expirations affecting: SB 6363
Oil transport, contingency plans, class III railroads hauling noncrude oil, exemption: * ESHB 1136, CH 239 (2017)
Oil transport, contingency plans, exempting class III railroads hauling nonfuel oils: HB 1136, SB 5123, SSB 5123
Oil transport, contingency plans, exempting food grade vegetable oil: HB 1135, SB 5137
Oil transport, high hazard flammable trains, speed limits in certain urban areas: HB 1498, SB 5098
Oil transport, spill plans, notice, financial responsibility, and emergency response: HB 1611, SHB 1611, 2SHB 1611, SB 5462
Oil transport, train accidents, emergency preparedness guidance for, creating: HB 1698, SHB 1698
Trains, transporting hazardous materials, crew requirements: HB 1669, SHB 1669, SB 5846
RAZOR CLAMS  (See SHELLFISH)
REAL ESTATE AND REAL PROPERTY  REAL ESTATE AND REAL PROPERTY RSS Feed
               (See also ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS; BOUNDARIES; CIVIL PROCEDURE; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE; EMINENT DOMAIN; HOMES AND HOUSING; MANUFACTURED HOUSING AND MOBILE HOMES; MAPS AND MAPPING; PERSONAL PROPERTY; PUBLIC LANDS; SUBDIVISIONS; TAXES - PROPERTY TAX; TAXES - REAL ESTATE EXCISE)
Appraisal management companies, appraiser compensation by: HB 2922
Appraisal management companies, requirements: HB 2922
Appraisers, compensation by appraisal management companies: HB 2922
Appraisers, credential nonrenewal, inactive status, and reinstatement: SB 6349
Appraisers, legal actions against, time and liability limits: HB 2629, SB 6457
Brokers and firms, "independent contractor relationship," definition: HB 1137, * SB 5125, CH 59 (2017)
Building materials, sustainable, incentive program grants to support: HB 2631
Commercial properties, controls on rent, preemption by state: HB 1082, SB 5286, SSB 5286
Common interest, Washington uniform common interest ownership act: SB 6175
Conservation futures program, tax revenue provisions: * SHB 1820, CH 148 (2017)
Construction defect claims, against construction professionals, tolling of: HB 2475, SB 6523
Construction defect claims, against construction professionals, when: HB 2831
Covenant, recorded restrictive, on city or county land, removal hearing: HB 2674, ESB 6379
Damage to property, due to work on adjacent property, civil actions for: HB 1131, SB 5080
Damages, to include legal fees related to permits and environmental review: HB 2618
Deeds of trust, foreclosure, trustee's sale notices requirements for beneficiaries: 2ESHB 2057
Easements, private right-of-way maintenance agreements and civil actions: HB 1494, SHB 1494
Entry, unlawful, onto private land to collect resource data, crimes involving: HB 1104
Entry, unlawful, trespasser removal and wrongfully removed persons: HB 1216, HB 1305, SHB 1305, SB 5388, * ESSB 5388, CH 284 (2017)
Foreclosure fairness account, modifying certain deposits into: 2ESHB 2057
Foreclosure fairness act, removing references to home affordable modification program: 2ESHB 2057
Foreclosure, liens for taxes, sale of property as is: HB 2544, SB 6205
Foreclosure, liens for taxes, surplus funds claimants: HB 2265, SB 6005, SSB 6005
Foreclosure, of deeds of trust, trustee's sale notices requirements for beneficiaries: 2ESHB 2057
Foreclosures, eliminating REET exemption for certain transfers or conveyances: HB 1549, HB 2186, SHB 2186, SB 5112, SB 5929
Foreclosures, of deeds of trust, trustee's sale notices, fee for, increasing: ESSB 5797
Forfeiture of assets, under controlled substances act, burden of proof: SB 5044
Forfeiture of assets, under controlled substances act, seizing-agency records: SB 5255, SSB 5255
Forfeiture of property, depositing proceeds into education legacy trust account: HB 2136
Forfeiture of property, guilty finding for felony offense: HB 1016
Forfeiture of seized property, procedures and reporting: HB 2718, SHB 2718, E2SHB 2718
Liens, tax lien foreclosure surplus funds claimants with: HB 2265, SB 6005, SSB 6005
Nuisance abatement, special assessments and foreclosure process: SB 6484
Private land, unlawful entry to collect resource data, crimes involving: HB 1104
Private property rights, international law or accords infringing, prohibitions: HB 1202
Recording standards, consistency, review and rule making : HB 2316, SB 6057
Recording standards, e-recording standards commission name and role: HB 2316, SB 6057
Religious organizations, property of, affordable housing development on: HB 1987, SHB 1987, 2SHB 1987
Rental property, commercial or residential, certification of fire safety compliance: SB 5082
Residential, abandoned or in foreclosure, services and processes when: HB 2036, HB 2057, SB 5797
Residential, abandoned, certificate of abandonment for, issuance of: HB 2057, SB 5797, ESSB 5797
Residential, abandoned, servicer actions on beneficiary's behalf, provisions: ESSB 5797
Sales, seller disclosure requirements, oil tank insurance statement: SB 6462
Sales, seller disclosure requirements, proximity to working forests: HB 2710, SHB 2710
Sales, seller disclosure requirements, school district information in: HB 1579
Seizure and forfeiture of property, procedures and reporting: HB 2718, SHB 2718, E2SHB 2718
Seizure and forfeiture of property, various provisions: HB 1016, HB 2136, SB 5044, SB 5255, SSB 5255
Titles, registry system for, repealing chapter 65.12 RCW: HB 2204, HB 2315
Titles, registry system for, withdrawal from and discontinuation of: HB 2204, HB 2315
Transportation, surplus property of DOT, former owner right of repurchase: HB 1205
REAL ESTATE EXCISE TAX  (See TAXES - REAL ESTATE EXCISE)
RECLAIMED WATER  (See WATER)
RECORDS  RECORDS RSS Feed
               (See also ARCHIVES; BOATS AND BOATING; DRIVERS AND DRIVERS' LICENSES; HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC; JUVENILE COURT AND JUVENILE OFFENDERS; LICENSING, DEPARTMENT; MOTOR VEHICLES; PUBLIC RECORDS EXEMPTIONS ACCOUNTABILITY COMMITTEE; SECRETARY OF STATE)
Agency, definition of, excluding judicial and legislative branches for disclosure purposes: HB 2886
Business licensing, information commercial purposes disclosure, prohibiting: SB 5358, * SSB 5358, CH 323 (2017)
Cities and towns, records requests when office hours fewer than 30 per week: SB 6373
Collective bargaining agreements, state, OFM to post on web site: * SB 5969, CH 23 (2017)
Disclosure, exemptions, agency employee sexual harassment claim: HB 2778
Disclosure, exemptions, bids and proposals submitted to agency, when: HB 1160, SHB 1160, SB 5418, SSB 5418
Disclosure, exemptions, certain architectural paint recovery program information: HB 1376, SHB 1376, SB 5419
Disclosure, exemptions, certain commercial shellfish harvest information: * ESB 5761, CH 71 (2017)
Disclosure, exemptions, certain concealed pistol license information: HB 2329, SB 6173
Disclosure, exemptions, certain reinsurance program-related records: HB 2355, SHB 2355, SB 6062, SSB 6062, 2SSB 6062
Disclosure, exemptions, certain tribal fish and shellfish harvest information: * ESB 5761, CH 71 (2017)
Disclosure, exemptions, certain wolf predation prevention information: HB 1465, * ESHB 1465, CH 246 (2017)
Disclosure, exemptions, child forensic and other interviews, recordings of: HB 2700, SB 6387
Disclosure, exemptions, child forensic interviews, audio or video recordings of: ESHB 2700
Disclosure, exemptions, college sexual violence survivor-advocate records: HB 2637, SB 5764, * SSB 5764, CH 72 (2017)
Disclosure, exemptions, computer and telecommunications networks infrastructure: * HB 1829, CH 149 (2017)
Disclosure, exemptions, dates of birth of public employees and volunteers: SB 6079
Disclosure, exemptions, drug take-back program proprietary information: HB 1047, ESHB 1047
Disclosure, exemptions, educator professional growth plans submitted via eCert: * HB 1732, CH 16 (2017), SB 5547
Disclosure, exemptions, employing agency investigative records, when: HB 1160, SHB 1160, SB 5418
Disclosure, exemptions, employment and volunteers information, when: HB 1160, SHB 1160, HB 1317, SHB 1317, SB 5207, * SSB 5207, CH 38 (2017), SB 5418
Disclosure, exemptions, federal produce safety rule implementation records: HB 2681, SB 6319
Disclosure, exemptions, four-year college president selection process: SB 5584
Disclosure, exemptions, future voter program "pending registration" records: 2SHB 1513
Disclosure, exemptions, future voter program information: HB 2433, SSB 5110, SB 6092
Disclosure, exemptions, GMA ombuds and victims assistance records: HB 2584
Disclosure, exemptions, hops grower lot numbers and laboratory results: HB 2682
Disclosure, exemptions, immigration and citizenship hotline and web site, when: HB 2029, ESHB 2029, 2SHB 2029, SB 5801
Disclosure, exemptions, insurer corporate governance annual disclosure: HB 2321, SB 6059
Disclosure, exemptions, law enforcement/corrections body camera intimate images: HB 2893, SB 6408
Disclosure, exemptions, marijuana business proprietary and other information: HB 1152, SHB 1152, SB 5101, * ESSB 5131, CH 317 (2017)
Disclosure, exemptions, pediatric transitional care centers, certain information: HB 1491, SB 5152
Disclosure, exemptions, pediatric transitional care services, certain information: SHB 1491
Disclosure, exemptions, pending voter registration database information: HB 2595, SB 6353
Disclosure, exemptions, personal information, exception when disclosure consent: HB 1160, SHB 1160, SB 5418, SSB 5418
Disclosure, exemptions, personally identifiable information about one's religion: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Disclosure, exemptions, petroleum underground storage tank systems information: EHB 2735
Disclosure, exemptions, prescription monitoring program: HB 2489, SB 6150, SSB 6150, 2SSB 6150
Disclosure, exemptions, problem/pathological gamblers self-exclusion program: EHB 2332, SB 6331
Disclosure, exemptions, proprietary and related information, requirements: HB 1160, SHB 1160, SB 5418, SSB 5418
Disclosure, exemptions, records and reports required by explosives act: HB 2774, SB 6567
Disclosure, exemptions, records and writings retained by agency volunteers, when: SB 5784
Disclosure, exemptions, sensitive fish and wildlife data: HB 2307
Disclosure, exemptions, sunshine committee recommendations: HB 1160, SHB 1160, SB 5418, SSB 5418
Disclosure, exemptions, transportation network company records: SB 5620, ESSB 5620
Disclosure, exemptions, voter preregistration records: HB 1471, HB 1513, ESHB 1513, 2SHB 1513, SB 5335
Disclosure, exemptions, voter's date of birth in registration records: SB 5982
Disclosure, exemptions, water right use data, annual consumptive: HB 1460
Governing bodies, executive sessions, information technology security matters: HB 1417, * SHB 1417, CH 137 (2017)
Guardianship, professional, training curriculum and materials, disclosure of: SB 5687
Legal material in official electronic records, preservation and authentication: * SB 5039, CH 106 (2017)
Legislative records, defining for disclosure purposes: HB 2886
Local agencies, electronic records of, internet-based data storage system for: HB 1516, SHB 1516
Personal information, agency privacy officers for state agencies: HB 2278
Personal information, governmental entity sale of, prohibitions: HB 2278
Personal information, sale of, businesses engaged in, registration and reporting, when: 3SHB 1904
Personal information, sale of, imposing B&O tax on: HB 1904, SHB 1904, 2SHB 1904
Political advertising, small online, purchaser records disclosure: SB 6075
Privacy officers, agency, for state agencies: HB 2278
Proprietary information, privacy for broadband internet access service customers: HB 2200, ESHB 2200
Public records administration, strategies for improving: HB 1594, * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017)
Public records advice for courts/judiciary: SB 6139
Public records advice for legislative offices: SB 6139
Public records officers, for agencies, electronic document training for: HB 1594, * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017)
Public records officers, for legislature, clerk and secretary to be: HB 2255, HB 2886, SB 6139
Religious affiliation, state agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibiting: HB 1956, SB 5308
Requests, certain corrections and law enforcement employees information, when: SB 5326
Requests, denial of, agency violation in good faith: SB 5710
Requests, registered sex offender information, provisions: HB 2487, SB 5578, SSB 5578
Requests, responding to, modifying procedures and requirements for: HB 1594, * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017), * EHB 1595, CH 304 (2017)
Requests, responding to, statement of costs of: * EHB 1595, CH 304 (2017)
Requests, response of agencies, secretary of state, and house chief clerk to: HB 1594, * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017)
Resource data, unlawfully collected from private land by agency, destroying: HB 1104
Sensing devices, extraordinary, agency use of personal information collected via: HB 1102
Sexual harassment, agency employee claim of, improper use of information from: HB 2778
Sexual harassment, agency employee claim of, nondisclosure option: HB 2778
Sexual violence, at colleges, student offenders, notation on records of: SB 5764
Sexual violence, at colleges, survivor-advocate records, confidentiality: SB 5764, * SSB 5764, CH 72 (2017)
Sexual violence, campus, survivor-campus-affiliated advocate records, confidentiality: HB 2637
Special purpose districts, records requests when office hours fewer than 30 per week: SB 6373
Sunshine committee, implementing recommendations of: HB 1160, SHB 1160, SB 5418, SSB 5418
Unions, public sector, public disclosure of finances: SB 5371
RECREATION  (See OUTDOOR RECREATION; SPORTS AND RECREATION)
RECREATION AND CONSERVATION FUNDING BOARD  (See RECREATION AND CONSERVATION OFFICE)
RECREATION AND CONSERVATION OFFICE  RECREATION AND CONSERVATION OFFICE RSS Feed
               
Recreation and conservation funding board, state bond proceeds use restrictions: SB 5999, SB 6123
RECYCLING  (See SOLID WASTE)
REDISTRICTING COMMISSION  REDISTRICTING COMMISSION RSS Feed
               (See also ELECTIONS)
Legislature, two house districts in each senate district, creating, commission role: SB 6244
Redistricting plan, submission by commission to legislature, deadline: HB 1567, SHB 1567, HB 2962, SB 5398, SSB 5398
Redistricting, noncharter counties, commission role: HB 2887, SB 6512
REFLEXOLOGY  (See HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS)
REGULATORY ASSISTANCE, OFFICE OF  (See FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE)
RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS  RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS RSS Feed
               (See also DISCRIMINATION)
Affiliation or belief, religious, receiving public money or employment, constitutional amendment to allow: SJR 8205
Affiliation, religious, requiring employee disclosure of, as unfair labor practice: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Affiliation, religious, state agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibiting: HB 1956, SB 5308
Affordable housing, development on religious organization property: HB 1987, SHB 1987, 2SHB 1987
Beliefs, law enforcement actions based on, prohibitions: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Beliefs, public agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibitions: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Chaplain, changing title to "religious coordinator" for DSHS and DOC institutions: HB 2818
Christian Science treatment, abuse and neglect exemption references, removing: HB 1290, HB 2791
Employees, public, prayer by, protecting: HB 2217
Free exercise of religion and freedom of conscience, as rights, legal deference to: HB 1217
Health care coverage, minimum requirements, exceptions involving religion: SB 6084, ESSB 6084
Health care providers, whose beliefs preempt care options, notice requirements: SB 5767
Homeless encampments on religious organization property, allowing, requirements: HB 2044, SHB 2044, SB 5657, SSB 5657
Homeless housing and parking, homeless client management information system: SHB 2044
Homeless housing and parking, local actions and regulations, prohibitions: SHB 2044
Homeless housing and shelters, homeless client management information system: HB 2044, SB 5657, SSB 5657
Homeless housing and shelters, local actions and regulations, prohibitions: HB 2044, SB 5657, SSB 5657
Homeless parking, safe, religious organizations, local actions and regulations: HB 2044, SB 5657, SSB 5657
Homeless, hosting by religious organization, limits imposed by local government, prohibiting: SB 6555
Immunization, of children, religious exemption availability notification: HB 2842
Immunization, of school children, religious objection statement in exemption form: HB 2092
Jurors, prospective, excluding due to protected class membership, prohibition: HB 2398, SHB 2398
King, Reverend Dr. Martin Luther, Jr., honoring: * HR 4653 (2018), * SR 8681 (2018)
Marriage as union of one man and one woman, religious beliefs regarding: HB 1178
Nowruz, the Persian new year, celebrating the spring equinox as: * SR 8631 (2017)
Personally identifiable information, about person's religion, disclosure exemption: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Prayer, by public employees, protecting: HB 2217
Protection of the rights of religious exercise and conscience from government discrimination act: HB 1178
Public schools not free from sectarian control, constitutional amendment to allow: SJR 8203, SJR 8205
Registration or surveillance programs, aiding of, prohibiting, when: HB 1985, SB 5689, SSB 5689, 2SSB 5689
Religious academic institution doctorates, dropping from false credentials definition: HB 1442
Religious freedom day, recognizing and affirming: * HR 4655 (2018)
School grounds, after sports activity, free speech and exercise of religion: HB 1602
Unions, religious objector rights, nonassociation provisions: HB 1007, SB 5339, SSB 5339
Vaccination, of children, religious exemption availability notification: HB 2842
Vaccination, of school children, religious objection statement in exemption form: HB 2092
RESOLUTIONS  (See CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS; HOUSE RESOLUTIONS; JOINT RESOLUTIONS; SENATE RESOLUTIONS)
RESTAURANTS  (See BUSINESSES)
RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS  RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS RSS Feed
               (See also SENIOR CITIZENS)
Cities, first-class, retirement funds of, investment by state investment board: SB 5116
Educational service district employees, certain retiree premium subsidy increases: HB 2452, SB 6305
LEOFF plan 1 disability board, cities that must establish a: HB 2719
LEOFF plan 2 retirement board, executive director salary: HB 2709
LEOFF plan 2, transfer from PERS plan 2 as firefighter, when: HB 2786
LEOFF, membership in, for public hospital district EMT's in PERS: HB 1932, SB 5659
LEOFF, occupational diseases, mental conditions or disabilities of members as: HB 1655, SHB 1655
LEOFF, plan 2, credit transfer to, for public hospital district EMT's, when: HB 2187, HB 2202, * SHB 2202, CH 309 (2017), ESSB 5659
LEOFF, plan 2, interruptive military service credit requirement, board to study: * SB 5661, CH 188 (2017)
LEOFF, plan 2, membership in, for public hospital district EMT's in PERS: HB 2187, HB 2202, * SHB 2202, CH 309 (2017), ESSB 5659
Local government leave systems, changes to, and state retirement systems: HB 2122
Pension funding council, PERS 1 unfunded actuarial liability reduction, council role: SB 5900, SB 5911
PERS, "eligible employee," revising definition and new employee reporting as: HB 2819
PERS, opt-out option for certain older employees: HB 1708, SB 5276, SSB 5276
PERS, plan 1, cost-of-living adjustments: HB 2323, SB 6290
PERS, plan 1, increasing monthly benefit: HB 1484, HB 2452, HB 2511, SB 5556, SB 6305, SB 6340
PERS, plan 1, unfunded actuarial liability reduction, employer surcharge for: SB 5900, SSB 5900, SB 5911
PERS, plan 2, as firefighter at certain facilities, transfer to LEOFF plan 2: HB 2786
PERS, plans 2 and 3, new employee default membership: HB 1560, SHB 1560
PERS, service credit, transferring to PSERS, when: * HB 1709, CH 143 (2017), SB 5275
PSERS, offender and patient nursing care providers, membership, when: HB 1558, SHB 1558
PSERS, transferring PERS service credit to, when: * HB 1709, CH 143 (2017), SB 5275
PSERS, unreduced retirement rate, modifying: SB 6370
School district employees, certain retiree premium subsidy increases: HB 2452, SB 6305
SERS, plans 2 and 3, new employee default membership: HB 1560, SHB 1560
SERS, plans 2 and 3, opt-out option for certain older employees: HB 1708, SB 5276, SSB 5276
SERS, plans 2 and 3, retired nonadministrative employee employment hours: E4SHB 1827, HB 2379, SB 6289
SERS, tribal school participation: HB 2490, SB 6210
Small business retirement marketplace, investment options in, review of: HB 1850, HB 1966, SHB 1966, SB 5675, * SSB 5675, CH 69 (2017)
State guard, retirement age, extensions of, when: HB 2004, SHB 2004, 2SHB 2004
State plans, membership before normal retirement age in another plan: SB 5495
State retirement plans, additional employer contribution rates, when: HB 1288
TRS, opt-out option for certain older employees: HB 1708, SB 5276, SSB 5276
TRS, plan 1, cost-of-living adjustments: HB 2323, SB 6290
TRS, plan 1, increasing monthly benefit: HB 1484, HB 2452, HB 2511, SB 5556, SB 5833, SSB 5833, SB 6305, SB 6340
TRS, plans 2 and 3, new employee default membership: HB 1560, SHB 1560
TRS, plans 2 and 3, retired educators working as substitute teachers: HB 2379, SB 6289
TRS, plans 2 and 3, retired principals working as mentors or student advisers: SSB 5487
TRS, plans 2 and 3, retired teachers working as coaches: SB 5310, SSB 5310
TRS, plans 2 and 3, retired teachers working as counselors: SSB 5310
TRS, plans 2 and 3, retired teachers working as mentors or student advisers: HB 1685, SB 5487, SSB 5487
TRS, plans 2 and 3, retired teachers working as substitute teachers: SB 5601, SB 6185
TRS, plans 2 and 3, retired teachers working as teacher mentors or advisers: SSB 5310
TRS, plans 2 and 3, retired teachers working in nonadministrative capacity: E4SHB 1827
TRS, retired or disabled school employees receiving benefits, PEBB medical/dental plan eligibility: SB 6570
TRS, tribal school participation: HB 2490, SB 6210
Veteran, defining for various benefits, when: HB 1369, * SHB 1369, CH 97 (2017), HB 2645, HB 2701, ESHB 2701, SB 5245, SSB 5245, SB 6377
WSPRS, "salary," exclusions from: HB 1707, SHB 1707, * SB 5274, CH 181 (2017)
WSPRS, mandatory retirement age for officers: HB 2693
WSPRS, military service credit for: HB 1173, SB 5061
RETIREMENT SYSTEMS, DEPARTMENT  RETIREMENT SYSTEMS, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               
Local government leave systems changes and state retirement systems, DRS role: HB 2122
Public employees' benefits board, transferring from HCA to department: SB 5653
REVENUE, DEPARTMENT  REVENUE, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS; STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS)
B&O tax, local, apportionment task force, department role in establishing: * EHB 2005, CH 209 (2017), SB 5777, ESSB 5777
Business license account, legal entity report filing fee deposits into: HB 2986, HB 2989
Business license account, using some expenditures for department operations: HB 1549, SB 5112
Business licensing, city-DOR partnering for general business licenses: * EHB 2005, CH 209 (2017), SB 5777, ESSB 5777
Business licensing, information commercial purposes disclosure, prohibiting: SB 5358, * SSB 5358, CH 323 (2017)
Employees and contractors of department, background investigations of: SB 5358, * SSB 5358, CH 323 (2017)
Forest land, public, timber availability for harvesting, department estimate, when: SB 5358, * SSB 5358, CH 323 (2017)
Forfeiture of tax-related property, using proceeds for school funding, DOR role: HB 2136
Housing, local investment programs, establishment of, city/county notice to DOR: HB 2046
Legal entity renewals, department as secretary of state's agent for: HB 2781, HB 2929
Preferences, annual surveys and reports, DOR-led work group recommendations: SB 5848
Preferences, business tax incentive firm-specific savings, DOR public disclosure: SB 5848
Preferences, DOR tax exemption report, modifying: SSB 5847, SB 5848
Preferences, new, accuracy in reporting to DOR as prerequisite for claiming: SB 5847, SSB 5847
Preferences, performance review process, improving data collection for, DOR role: SB 5848
Preferences, persons claiming, candidate contribution prohibition notices to, when: SB 5865
Preferences, persons claiming, prohibiting contributions to candidates by, when: SB 5865
Property tax, confidential information, department electronic communication of: SB 5358, * SSB 5358, CH 323 (2017)
Property tax, levy limitations, history and impact of, on DOR web site: SSB 5847
Regional transit authorities, motor vehicle excise tax imposed by, credit, DOR role: EHB 2201
Sales and use taxes, products, services, and exemptions, department to report: HB 1879
Sales suppression devices and phantom-ware, department disposition of, when: SB 5358, * SSB 5358, CH 323 (2017)
Tax and licensing laws administered by department, improvements to: SB 5358, * SSB 5358, CH 323 (2017)
Tax credit/incentive ineligibility, for unfair labor practices, department to determine: HB 1941, SB 5774
Tax expenditure budget, for operating budget purposes, preparation by department: HB 1500, SB 5513
Tax preferences, revenue reduction due to, revising and listing, department role: ESSB 5513
Tax rate, effective, in statements for ballot measures and bills, department role: HB 1981, SHB 1981
Taxes and rates, by taxing district, online searchable database of, DOR role: SB 6590
REVISED CODE OF WASHINGTON  REVISED CODE OF WASHINGTON RSS Feed
               (See also SUNSET REVIEW)
Authentication and preservation, as legal material in official electronic records: * SB 5039, CH 106 (2017)
Children, youth, and families, department of, extensive technical changes: HB 2512, SB 6287
County auditors, certain statutes, modernizing: * SB 5187, CH 37 (2017)
County auditors, modernizing statutes and deleting certain references and duties: HB 1161
Emergencies, waiving or suspending statutory provisions, governor authority: HB 2042, SB 6006, SSB 6006
Enterprise services, department of, technical changes: HB 2625, SB 6228
Financial management, obsolete or inactive provisions, removing or revising: EHB 1927, SHB 1927, SB 5292
Growth management act, repeal of, conforming changes due to: HB 1749
Laws, rules, and policies, state, municipality self-designated sanctuary from: HB 2178
Marijuana, all statutes legalizing, repealing: HB 2096
Obsolete language, certain, removal by code reviser: HB 2368
Spending programs, new statutory, in bills, defining in terms of RCW statutes: HB 1818
Technical corrections, certain, by code reviser: HB 2368
Unnecessary provisions, removal, various: * ESB 5316, CH 25 (2017), SB 5523
Workforce investment act, updating obsolete references to: HB 1363, * SB 5237, CH 39 (2017)
RIVERS AND STREAMS  RIVERS AND STREAMS RSS Feed
               (See also FLOOD CONTROL; HAZARDOUS WASTE; MINES AND MINING; ROADS AND HIGHWAYS; SHORELINES AND SHORELINE MANAGEMENT; UTILITIES; WATER POLLUTION)
Chehalis basin, Chehalis board voting members, appointment procedures: * HB 1150 (2017) V, * ESB 5097, CH 27 (2017)
Columbia river basin water supply, voluntary regional agreements, extending: SB 6125
Columbia river water right permits, application processing, legislative intent: HB 1394, SB 5269
Columbia river, additional Washington-Oregon bridge, studying options: HB 2352
Columbia river, I-5 bridge project, joint Oregon-Washington committee: SB 6118
Columbia river, I-5 bridge project, planning process, developing: EHB 2095, SB 5806, * SSB 5806, CH 288 (2017)
Dams, hydroelectric generation, as renewable energy resource: HB 1249
Dams, on Columbia river, requesting that federal officials prevent breaching of: SJM 8004
Fish passage barriers, removal, as fish habitat enhancement project, when: HB 1275, * SHB 1275, CH 241 (2017), SB 5393, ESSB 5393
Fish passage barriers, removal, funding projects for: HB 2902
Fish passage barriers, removal, off-site mitigation projects in relation to: HB 1760, SHB 1760
Flows, base or minimum, beneficial uses to have priority over: HB 1348
Flows, instream or base, cumulative de minimis impacts on, deeming fully mitigated: HB 1349
Flows, instream or base, permit-exempt withdrawal nonimpairment presumption: HB 1382, SB 5239
Flows, instream, Columbia river water right permits, application processing: HB 1394, SB 5269
Flows, instream, permit-exempt withdrawals mitigation program, creating: HB 2226
Flows, instream, requirements for monitoring, assessing, and reporting: HB 2766, SB 6316
Flows, instream, seasonal right transfer to trust, nonimpairment presumption, when: SB 5794
Flows, instream, voluntary regional agreements, extending expiration: SB 6125
Flows, minimum instream, approving water uses that impair, requirements: SB 5003
Flows, minimum instream, mitigating impacts to fish or aquatic resources, when: HB 1885
Flows, minimum instream, watershed-based domestic exempt well mitigation: HB 1885
Hydraulic permits and projects, definition of "hydraulic project": SB 5228
Hydraulic permits and projects, fee structure, modifying: SHB 1428
Hydraulic permits and projects, legislative task force on approval jurisdiction: SSB 5228
Hydraulic permits and projects, off-site mitigation for projects: HB 1760, SHB 1760
Hydraulic permits and projects, requirements: HB 1428, SHB 1428, HB 1760, SHB 1760, HB 2337, SB 5466
Hydraulic permits and projects, stop work orders: HB 1428, HB 2337, SB 5466
Hydraulic permits and projects, violations and penalties: HB 1428, HB 2337, SB 5466
Invasive species, aquatic, comprehensive approach for managing: HB 1429, SHB 1429, SB 5303, * ESSB 5303, CH 17 (2017)
Klickitat river, destination recreational steelhead fishery pilot project for: SB 5302
Legislative task force, joint, on hydraulic project approval program jurisdiction: SSB 5228
Queets to Elwha rivers, destination recreational steelhead fishery pilot project for: SB 5302
Riparian easements and working forests, as part of carbon reduction strategy: HB 1531, SB 5394, SSB 5394
Riparian easements and working forests, carbon sequestration strategy: * ESHB 1531, CH 140 (2017)
Roads, county, by water bodies, vacation to protect public safety: HB 2521
Roads, county, by water bodies, vacation when hazardous/risk to public safety: SB 6152, SSB 6152
Sediment management demonstration project in Pierce county, permitting for: HB 1660, SB 5611
Skagit river basin, WRIAs 3 and 4, water use consistency with 1996 agreement: HB 2937
Spawning beds, salmon and steelhead, activities that harm or disturb, prohibiting: SB 5422
Watershed restoration, state-federal good neighbor agreement demonstration project: HB 1799
Watersheds, Puget Sound, fish passage barrier removal project priorities for: HB 2902
ROADS AND HIGHWAYS  ROADS AND HIGHWAYS RSS Feed
               (See also COUNTY ROAD ADMINISTRATION BOARD; MOTOR VEHICLES; PARKING; TRAFFIC; TRANSPORTATION)
Alaskan Way viaduct project, cost overruns, Seattle taxing authority to pay for: HB 2193
Alaskan Way viaduct project, funding debt for, repayment via toll charges: HB 2741, SB 6378
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, crossing public roadways in certain counties, when: HB 1838, * SHB 1838, CH 26 (2017)
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
Arterial networks, city and town, preservation rating, eliminating requirement, when: * SHB 1490, CH 139 (2017)
Arterial networks, city and town, preservation rating, repealing requirement: HB 1490
Autonomous vehicles, on-road testing pilot project, report on conducting: HB 2971
Autonomous vehicles, operation on public roads, requirements: HB 2131
Autonomous vehicles, operation on public roadways, executive and legislative work group on, convening: SHB 2970
Autonomous vehicles, operation on public roadways, work group on, convening: HB 2970
Bridge, additional Washington-Oregon, studying options: HB 2352
Bridges, brown farm road NE over I-5, requesting naming as Afghanistan and Iraq veterans bridge: HJM 4018, SHJM 4018
Bridges, county, dangerous objects threatening, county authority to move: HB 1332, SHB 1332, E2SHB 1332
Bridges, county, logs dumped on or in ditch, removal of, when: HB 1332, SHB 1332, E2SHB 1332
Bridges, I-5 over Columbia river, bistate bridge project legislative work group: HB 1222
Bridges, I-5 over Nisqually river, naming for Iraq and Afghanistan conflict veterans: HJM 4007, SHJM 4007, SJM 8005, SSJM 8005
Bridges, new I-5 Columbia river bridge, as project of statewide significance: EHB 2095, SB 5806, * SSB 5806, CH 288 (2017)
Bridges, new I-5 Columbia river bridge, joint Oregon-Washington committee: EHB 2095, SB 6118
Bridges, new I-5 Columbia river bridge, Oregon-Washington memorandum: SB 5806, * SSB 5806, CH 288 (2017)
Bridges, south Tacoma way over I-5, requesting naming as World War I veterans memorial bridge: HJM 4019, SHJM 4019
Bridges, structurally deficient, SEPA categorical exemption, when: SB 6069
Bridges, Tacoma Narrows, construction bond obligations, repaying: HB 1585
Bridges, Tacoma Narrows, debt service repayment plan for: HB 2834, SB 6547
Bridges, Tacoma Narrows, debt service repayment, role of nontoll sources: HB 2990
Bridges, Tacoma Narrows, deferred sales tax on project, repayment: SB 5317
Bridges, Tacoma Narrows, one toll for same-vehicle same-day crossings: HB 1581
Bridges, Tacoma Narrows, operating expenses, minimum balance for: HB 1582, SB 5317
Bridges, Tacoma Narrows, toll plaza for private enterprises and toll collection: HB 1255
Bridges, Tacoma Narrows, unstaffed toll booths accepting credit cards: HB 1443
County roads, by water bodies, vacation to protect public safety: HB 2521
County roads, by water bodies, vacation when hazardous/risk to public safety: SB 6152, SSB 6152
County roads/bridges, dangerous objects threatening, county authority to move: HB 1332, SHB 1332, E2SHB 1332
Elk-vehicle collision on highway, reimbursement of emergency response agency: HB 1726, SB 5078
Express toll lanes, I-405, replacing: HB 1030, SB 5707
Express toll lanes, I-405, suspending for traffic flow study: SB 6558
Express toll lanes, I-405, toll exemption for persons undergoing medical treatment: HB 1269
High occupancy vehicle lanes, replacing I-405 express toll lanes with: HB 1030, SB 5707
High occupancy vehicle lanes, use by blood-collecting establishment vehicles: SB 5837, * SSB 5837, CH 73 (2017)
High occupancy vehicle lanes, wheelchair accessible taxicab use: SB 5018, SB 6565
High occupancy vehicle lanes, wheelchair accessible taxicab use, DOT to consider: * SSB 5018, CH 311 (2017)
Highway projects, local ordinances, exemption from: SB 5603
Interstate 405, traffic flow on, suspending express toll lanes to study: SB 6558
Interstate 5, exit 274 interchange project in Blaine, appropriations to fund: SB 6440
Interstate 5, new Columbia river bridge, as project of statewide significance: EHB 2095, SB 5806, * SSB 5806, CH 288 (2017)
Interstate 5, new Columbia river bridge, joint Oregon-Washington committee: EHB 2095, SB 6118
Interstate 5, new Columbia river bridge, Oregon-Washington memorandum: SB 5806, * SSB 5806, CH 288 (2017)
Interstate 90, speed limit, from Ellensburg to Spokane county: SB 5053
Interstate 90, two-way transit and HOV improvements project, access issues: HB 2129
Interstate 90, westbound on-ramp from Island Crest Way to, preserving: HB 2129
Merging lanes, late merge zipper method, including in driver training education: HB 2055
Parking spaces, accessible on-street, for persons with disabilities: HB 2729
Pavement sealant, asphalt, in coal tar pollution statutes: SB 5814
Private roads involving easements, maintenance agreements and civil actions: HB 1494, SHB 1494
Private roadways, city or county repair of: HB 1367
Private roadways, local jurisdiction maintenance of, financing: HB 1024
Projects of statewide significance, for road or highway improvements or repair: SB 5621
Projects of statewide significance, transportation, designation as, criteria: HB 2646, SB 6195
Projects, public-private partnership, for public-private facilities: HB 2726
Rest stops and areas, aggressive panhandling at: HB 1908
Rights-of-way, lead agency allowable uses amendments, SEPA exemption, when: HB 1589
Roadway, vehicle passing slower vehicle on right or left side of: SB 6504
Safety rest areas, aggressive panhandling at: HB 1908
Sidewalks and paths, construction, SEPA exemption, when: HB 1268
Snow bikes, converted motorcycles used as, operation on roadways: HB 2975, SHB 2975
State highways, city/town additional responsibilities for streets that are, when: EHB 2948, SB 6576
State route 99, Alaskan Way viaduct project, Seattle taxing authority to pay for: HB 2193
State route number 167, establishing as eligible toll facility: HB 2071
State route number 167, high occupancy vehicle toll lane pilot project, extending: HB 2179
State route number 27, part of, renaming as Sam Strahan memorial highway: SJM 8014
State route number 395, part of, renaming as Samuel Grashio memorial highway: SJM 8011
State route number 395, part of, renaming as Thomas S. "Tom" Foley memorial highway: SJM 8011
State route number 395, renaming as Thomas S. "Tom" Foley memorial highway: HJM 4002
Toll charges, repaying funding debt for Alaskan Way viaduct project using: HB 2741, SB 6378
Toll facilities, electronic tolling passes, tax exemptions: SB 6019
Toll facilities, SR 167, establishing as eligible facility: HB 2071
Toll facilities, SR 167, high occupancy vehicle toll lane pilot project, extending: HB 2179
Toll facilities, Tacoma Narrows bridge, construction bond obligations, repaying: HB 1585
Toll facilities, Tacoma Narrows bridge, debt service repayment plan for: HB 2834, SB 6547
Toll facilities, Tacoma Narrows bridge, debt service repayment, role of nontoll sources: HB 2990
Toll facilities, Tacoma Narrows bridge, deferred sales tax on project, repayment: SB 5317
Toll facilities, Tacoma Narrows bridge, one toll for same-day crossings, when: HB 1581
Toll facilities, Tacoma Narrows bridge, operating expenses, minimum balance for: HB 1582, SB 5317
Toll facilities, Tacoma Narrows bridge, private enterprises and toll collection: HB 1255
Toll facilities, Tacoma Narrows bridge, unstaffed toll booths accepting credit cards: HB 1443
Toll facilities, toll and penalties recovery civil actions, statute of limitation: HB 1405
Toll facilities, toll and penalties recovery, issuance of bill for, when, requirements: SHB 1405
Toll facilities, using automated license plate recognition systems, when: HB 1909, SHB 1909
Transit-only lane enforcement cameras, automated, pilot project and work group: SHB 2403
Transit-only lane enforcement cameras, automated, use and infractions: SHB 2403
Transit-only lane enforcement cameras, automated, using: HB 2403
Trucks, dump trucks for hire, simplifying B&O tax rate for: HB 2891
Trucks, motor, for transporting freight, etc., parking within highway rest areas: HB 2807
Work zone workers and vehicles, reckless endangerment of, requirements: HB 2087, SB 5841
Workers, for contractor, spouse and children college tuition/fees exemption, when: SB 5575
ROCKS AND MINERALS  ROCKS AND MINERALS RSS Feed
               (See also MINES AND MINING)
Geothermal power plants, minerals brought to surface by, JCDREAM duties: SB 6350
Mineral resources and resource lands, growth management planning involving: HB 1225, SHB 1225, HB 2942, SHB 2942
RODEOS  RODEOS RSS Feed
               
Indian national finals rodeo, Rocksie Marchand, ladies world barrel racing champion: * HR 4652 (2018)
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RURAL HEALTH, OFFICE OF  (See HEALTH, DEPARTMENT)