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Capital gains, state tax on, board jurisdiction over appeals concerning: HB 2563
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               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX; TAXES - PROPERTY TAX)
Bills before legislature, tax or fee, public and legislative review period: SB 5419
Cannabis, taxation: HB 1550, SB 5598
Capital gains, state tax on: HB 2563
Cities and towns, compliance with certain tax requirements: HB 1434
County ferry districts, transferring taxing authority to certain county legislative authorities: HB 2748, SHB 2748, SB 6536
Electronic means for remitting and reporting taxes, expansion of use by department of revenue: * EHB 1357, CH 24 (2011), SB 5288
Expenditures, report on state tax expenditures to be part of budget process: SB 5857
Federal earned income tax credit, unfunded state remittance for eligible persons, repealing: SB 5588
Flood control zone districts, transferring taxing authority to certain county legislative authorities: HB 2748, SHB 2748, SB 6536
Forecasts, economic and revenue, modifying submission dates: HB 2389, * SHB 2389, CH 182 (2012)
Fraternal benefit societies, exemption from taxation: HB 2094
Gambling winnings tax, imposing: HB 2157
General fund, redirecting certain existing state revenues into: HB 2823, * ESHB 2823, CH 5 (2012)
Health security trust, use of tax revenues for health care services and maintenance of trust: HB 1096, HB 2832, SB 5609
Higher education students, use of tax credits to mitigate higher education costs: * E2SHB 1795, CH 10 (2011) PV
Higher opportunity promise for education act, including repeal of business and occupation tax, reduction and extension of retail sales tax, and imposition of income tax: HB 2486, SB 6550
Impact fees, exemption, for low-income housing: * EHB 1398, CH 200 (2012), SB 5524
Imposition of tax or fee, ensuring clear and explicit basis in law: HB 1807
Income tax, constitutional amendment to allow: SJR 8224, SJR 8226
Income tax, establishing, including multiple excise tax credits: SB 6495
Income tax, imposition as part of higher opportunity promise for education act: HB 2486, SB 6550
Income tax, on gross income over one million dollars: HB 2766
Income tax, on high income earners, establishing, including multiple excise tax credits and education enrichment account: SB 6548
Income tax, replacing business and occupation tax with flat rate corporate net income tax: HB 2032, HB 2744, HJR 4221
Income, process for charging tax to be paid by trustee of a trust: * SB 5057, CH 33 (2011)
Increases, new, expiration date requirement: SJR 8217
Increases, tax increase legislation, requiring three-fifths majority to impose tax increase: HJR 4208
Indian tribes, real or personal property, conditions for tribal property exemption from taxation: HB 1446, HB 2391, SB 5305, SB 6158
Initiatives, placement on ballot, constitutional amendment to exclude in certain cases when initiative fails to provide new or enhanced revenue source: HJR 4224
Insurance premium tax credit, under insurance guaranty association act, repealing: SB 6299
Interest and refund provisions, modifications: HB 2080, SHB 2080
Interest, refund, and credit provisions, increasing interest rate and reducing issuance period for refunds and credits: HB 2154
Junior taxing districts, joint select committee on, establishment: EHB 2602
Laws administered by department of revenue, revising certain excise tax provisions: SB 5838, SSB 5838
Legislation, requiring three-fifths majority to impose tax increase: HJR 4208
Legislation, tax increases, two-thirds majority vote requirement for approval: HJR 4212, HJR 4213
Marijuana, taxation: HB 1550, SB 5598
Millionaires, two percent tax on: SB 6482
Preferences, adding a rate of return measure: HB 2531
Preferences, eliminating certain preferences given to Indian tribes: HB 2045
Preferences, eliminating or modifying various preferences: HB 2094, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Preferences, enacted for economic development purposes, demonstrating beneficial impact: * SB 5044, CH 335 (2011)
Preferences, identifying for repeal to help fund education: HB 1980
Preferences, legislative intent, review, and expiration provisions: HB 2753
Preferences, limiting certain excise tax preferences: SB 5945
Preferences, modifying definition of "raises taxes" to exclude modifications of preferences: SB 5944
Preferences, proposed, requiring expiration date and statement of legislative intent: SB 6088, SSB 6088
Preferences, proposed, requiring net benefit to state: SB 6496
Preferences, proposed, requiring statement of legislative intent: SHB 2762
Preferences, publication of certain tax preference information: SB 5754
Preferences, repealing various: HB 2762, SHB 2762
Preferences, revising tax preference review process: HB 1286, * SB 5044, CH 335 (2011), SB 5857
Privilege tax on petroleum businesses, imposing: HB 2093
Public utility district privilege tax, payment to county, distribution of revenue in certain cases: SB 5595, SSB 5595, * 2SSB 5595, CH 361 (2011)
Puget Sound port authority, creation and tax levy: HB 1430
Refund and interest provisions, modifications: HB 2080, SHB 2080
Refund, interest, and credit provisions, increasing interest rate and reducing issuance period for refunds and credits: HB 2154
Remitting and reporting taxes, electronic means for, expansion of use by department of revenue: * EHB 1357, CH 24 (2011), SB 5288
Revenue, increasing through changes to both business and occupation and other tax provisions: HB 2157
Revenues, generating without raising taxes to provide funding for critical state services: HB 2154
Small businesses, provisions including small business taxpayer bill of rights and waiver of interest and penalties: HB 1165
Small businesses, provisions including small business taxpayer rights and online business portal: SHB 1165
Statutes, clarifications and technical corrections: SB 5167, * SSB 5167, CH 174 (2011)
Supermajority voting requirement for increases, modifying definition of "raises taxes" to exclude modifications of tax preferences: SB 5944
Tax expenditure information, omnibus operating appropriations bill to include: HB 1889, SHB 2762, SB 5831
Tax expenditure reform, expiring nonconstitutionally required preferences, submission to the people: SHB 2762
Tax preferences, proposed, requiring statement of legislative intent: HB 2774
Taxpayer information, maintaining confidentiality while improving transparency of tax preferences and structure: SB 5312
Taxpayer savings account, creation for voluntary contributions to state government: SB 5486
Technical corrections, clarifications, and suspension of exemption study: HB 1346
Technical corrections, clarifications, and temporary narrowing of exemption study: * ESHB 1346, CH 20 (2011)
Voters' pamphlets, general election pamphlet to include charts presenting certain tax information: HB 1888, SB 5832
Wine, shipping of, provisions concerning licenses, licensees, and taxation: HB 1482, SB 5256
Wine, small wineries, tax payment and reporting requirements: HB 1373, * SB 5259, CH 20 (2012)
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               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
Modifying provisions of airplane excise tax: HB 2089
Preferences, reduction to fund basic health plan enrollment: HB 1847, SB 5816
TAXES - BUSINESS AND OCCUPATION TAX  TAXES - BUSINESS AND OCCUPATION TAX RSS Feed
               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
Aerospace industry, incentives: HB 1919, SB 5641
Aerospace product development, tax credit, extending expiration date: SB 5983
Agricultural products, income limit for exemptions: HB 2094, HB 2802
Amusement and recreation services involving amateur sports, exemption: HB 1452, SB 5422, SB 6189
Banking businesses, taxing to fund basic health plan: HB 2091
Child welfare services, organizations providing, deduction modification: HB 1902, * ESHB 1902, CH 163 (2011)
Cities and towns, compliance with certain tax requirements: HB 1434
City and state business and occupation tax, comprehensive changes for uniformity, simplification, and centralized administration: HB 2490, SB 6176
Classifications, reducing: HB 2490, SB 6176
Commercial airplane manufacturers and sellers, credit for hiring aerospace apprentices: HB 1682
Community development financial institutions, certified, deduction: EHB 1490, SB 5363, SSB 5363
Credit for aerospace product development, extending expiration date: SB 5983
Credit for business and occupation tax equal to sales tax paid for purchases of spirits in original package: HB 2782, SB 6595
Credit for commercial airplane manufacturers and sellers hiring aerospace apprentices: HB 1682
Credit for contributions to an industry development organization representing a certified industry cluster: 2SSB 5808
Credit for contributions to motion picture competitiveness program: HB 1554, SHB 1554, SB 5539, SSB 5539, * E2SSB 5539, CH 189 (2012)
Credit for contributions to opportunity scholarship board: HB 2532
Credit for hiring persons with, or enrolled in program for, manufacturing skills certificate: SB 6540
Credit for qualified small business employment positions: HB 1165
Credit for research and development, extension: HB 1154
Credit for research and development, removing expiration date: SB 5735
Credit for small businesses, doubling small business tax credit: HB 1672
Credit for training interns or employees for high demand advanced manufacturing positions: SSB 6540
Credit for Washington customized employment training program participants: SB 6371, * SSB 6371, CH 46 (2012)
Credit for Washington manufacturing innovation and modernization extension service program participants: SB 6368
Credits, repealing various: HB 2529, HB 2762, SHB 2762, SB 5857
Deductions, donated medical services by health care providers: SB 6525
Deductions, donations to dispute resolution centers by nonprofit organizations: * SB 6159, CH 249 (2012) PV
Deductions, dues and initiation fees paid to certain nonprofit organizations: HB 2094, SB 5932
Deductions, first mortgage interest to certain banks, limiting deduction: HB 2157, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Deductions, interest on investments or loans secured by mortgages or deeds of trust, narrowing deduction for banking and other financial businesses: HB 2794
Deductions, interest on loans secured by mortgages or deeds of trust, reducing amount that can be deducted: HB 2078, SHB 2078
Deductions, investment and related income, limiting total deduction amount: HB 2090
Deductions, limiting deduction of investment income of nonfinancial firms: SB 5945
Deductions, repealing various: HB 2529, HB 2762, SHB 2762, SB 5857
Dispute resolution centers, donations to, deduction for center and donating nonprofit organization: * SB 6159, CH 249 (2012) PV
Drug manufacturers, taxing to fund basic health plan: HB 2092
Eliminating state business and occupation tax as part of higher opportunity promise for education act: HB 2486, SB 6550
Exemptions, agricultural products, income limit: HB 2094, HB 2802
Exemptions, amusement and recreation services involving amateur sports: HB 1452, SB 5422, SB 6189
Exemptions, certain payments and asset transfers between a joint municipal utility services authority and its members: HB 1332, * ESHB 1332, CH 258 (2011), SB 5198, SSB 5198
Exemptions, customer payments for use of recycled paper bags: HB 1877
Exemptions, extending for fruit, vegetable, dairy, and seafood businesses: HB 2611, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Exemptions, new businesses: SB 6327
Exemptions, nonprofit public hospitals, documentation requirements: SB 6517, SSB 6517
Exemptions, products manufactured pursuant to licensing agreement with University of Washington or Washington State University: HB 1943, SHB 1943, SB 5732, SSB 5732, 2SSB 5732
Exemptions, property management companies, for on-site property manager wages and benefits: HB 1077
Exemptions, repealing various: HB 2529, HB 2762, SHB 2762, SB 5857
Exemptions, restaurants, meals supplied to employees without charge: HB 1498, * SB 5501, CH 55 (2011)
Expenditures, requiring net benefit to state in order to claim: HB 2054, SB 5923
Fruit, vegetable, dairy, and seafood businesses, extending exemptions for: HB 2611, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Fruit, vegetable, dairy, and seafood businesses, extending preferences for: SB 6342
Health security trust, repealing certain tax provisions in connection with creation of trust: HB 1096, HB 2832, SB 5609
High demand advanced manufacturing positions, credit for training interns or employees for: SSB 6540
Industry development organization, representing a certified industry cluster, credit for contributions to organization: 2SSB 5808
Joint municipal utility services authorities, exemption for certain payments and asset transfers: HB 1332, * ESHB 1332, CH 258 (2011), SB 5198, SSB 5198
Laboratory equipment, business and occupation tax credit for donations to community and technical colleges: HB 1844, SB 5535
Loans or investments secured by mortgages or deeds of trust, interest on, narrowing deduction for banking and other financial businesses: HB 2794
Loans secured by mortgages or deeds of trust, interest on, reducing amount that can be deducted: HB 2078, SHB 2078
Local interest web sites, definition and tax rate: HB 2631, SB 6201
Local jurisdictions, prohibiting throwback provisions: HB 2811
Loopholes, nonresident manufacturers, closing loophole: HB 2157
Manufacturing machinery and equipment exemption, clarifications: * HB 1347, CH 23 (2011), SHB 1347, SB 5544
Manufacturing skills certificate, credit for hiring persons with or enrolled in program for: SB 6540
Medical services, donated by health care providers, deduction: SB 6525
Mental health services, providing of, deduction for certain organizations and regional support networks: HB 1224, SB 5382
Mental health services, providing of, deduction for health or social welfare organizations: * 2ESHB 1224, CH 19 (2011)
Mental health services, providing of, deduction for regional support networks: * 2ESHB 1224, CH 19 (2011)
Mortgages, first mortgage deduction for certain persons, modification and cap to fund basic health plan enrollment: HB 1847, SB 5816
Motion picture competitiveness program, credit for contributions: HB 1554, SHB 1554, SB 5539, SSB 5539, * E2SSB 5539, CH 189 (2012)
New businesses, exemption: SB 6327
Newspapers, revising definition and tax rate: HB 1925, HB 2631, SB 5534, SSB 5534, 2SSB 5534, SB 6201, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Nonfinancial firms, investment income of, limiting deduction: SB 5945
Opportunity expansion program, modifying provisions, including business and occupation tax credits: HB 2532
Preferences, extending for fruit, vegetable, dairy, and seafood businesses: SB 6342
Preferences, legislative intent, review, and expiration provisions: HB 2753
Preferences, narrowing for manufacturers and wholesalers of meat, fruit, and vegetable products: HB 2157
Preferences, requiring net benefit to state in order to claim: HB 2054, SB 5923
Preferential tax rates, partial roll-back of various: SB 5945
Preferential tax rates, repealing various: HB 2529, HB 2762, SHB 2762, SB 5857
Printers, extension of tax to out-of-state printers when selling printed material into state: HB 2157
Property management companies, deduction for on-site personnel: HB 1416, * SB 5289, CH 26 (2011)
Property management companies, exemption for on-site property manager wages and benefits: HB 1077
Public hospitals, nonprofit, documentation requirements for exemption: SB 6517, SSB 6517
Radio and television broadcasting, modifying provisions: HB 2094
Real estate firms, clarifying basis for tax: HB 1184, * SB 5083, CH 322 (2011) PV
Replacing business and occupation tax with flat rate corporate net income tax, provisions: HB 2032, HB 2744, HJR 4221
Revenue, increasing through changes to both business and occupation and other tax provisions: HB 2157, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Small businesses, credit for qualified employment positions: HB 1165
Small businesses, doubling small business tax credit: HB 1672
Solar energy systems, using stirling converters, tax on manufacturers: HB 1393, * SB 5526, CH 179 (2011)
Spirits, purchases in original package, business and occupation tax credit equal to sales tax paid: HB 2782, SB 6595
State and city business and occupation tax, comprehensive changes for uniformity, simplification, and centralized administration: HB 2490, SB 6176
State business and occupation tax, modifying by reducing tax classifications and making clarifications: HB 2800, SB 6626
Surtax, financial businesses generating substantial profits: HB 2157
Surtax, petroleum refiners generating substantial profits: HB 2157
Technical corrections and clarifications: HB 1346, * ESHB 1346, CH 20 (2011)
Throwback provisions, prohibiting adoption by local jurisdictions: HB 2811
Unemployed workers, businesses hiring, credit: HB 1458
Uniformity between state and local taxes, collaborative process to increase: HB 2812
Vacant buildings, businesses locating in, credit for leasehold excise and property taxes paid: HB 1457
Washington customized employment training program, credit for participants: SB 6371, * SSB 6371, CH 46 (2012)
Washington manufacturing innovation and modernization extension service program participants, credit for: SB 6368
Washington pledge endowment fund, contributions to, credit against tax imposed: HB 1666, SHB 1666, SB 5717
Zoological facilities, deduction for manufacture of certain objects for sale by zoological facilities: HB 1500, SB 5391
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               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
Additional cigarette tax, depositing into general fund: * HB 2019, CH 334 (2011), SB 5881
Health security trust, use of tax revenues for health care services and maintenance of trust: HB 1096, HB 2832, SB 5609
Increasing cigarette tax: HB 2157
Roll your own cigarette machines, modifying various provisions, including tax stamp provisions: * 3E2SHB 2565, CH 4 (2012), ESB 6623
Roll your own cigarette machines, person operating or maintaining at retail establishment to be considered a manufacturer of cigarettes: HB 2565, SHB 2565, SB 6305
Tobacco usage prevention and treatment programs, use of revenues for: SB 6166
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               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
Puget Sound salmon enhancement assessment, collection: HB 1821, SB 5453
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Apportionment, exoneration in certain cases: * HB 2224, CH 97 (2012)
State estate tax, aligning with federal estate tax: HB 1647
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               (See also TAXES)
Admission charges, tax on, use of revenues by public facilities district for baseball stadium: ESB 5958, SB 5961
Bags, plastic shopping bags, excise tax when supplied by seller to buyer: SB 5863
Basic health plan, funding enrollment by terminating certain tax preferences: HB 1847, SB 5816
Billings issued by department of revenue, imposing fee on: HB 2154
Breweries, domestic, tax exemption for domestically brewed beer: HB 1883, SB 5794
Capital gains, state tax on: HB 2563
Cars, rental, local rental car tax provisions: * SSB 5167, CH 174 (2011)
Community college districts, levying excise tax to provide funding: HB 1992
Corporations, compliance measures for collecting excise taxes from corporate officers: SB 5946
County utility tax option, creating: HB 1920, SB 5441
Delinquent excise taxes, issuance of notice of lien against real property in lieu of warrant: * HB 1239, CH 131 (2011)
Delinquent taxpayers, prohibiting renewal of liquor license by: HB 2154
Development activity, definition, excluding authorized siting of new manufactured and mobile home communities and parks: SB 5496
Economic and revenue forecast council, transfer to office of forecast councils: SB 5468, SSB 5468
Electronic means for remitting and reporting taxes, expansion of use by department of revenue: * EHB 1357, CH 24 (2011), SB 5288
Environmental fees, collected from developers, repaying growth management planning and environmental review fund loans: HB 2694
Exemptions, eliminating or modifying various exemptions: HB 2094, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Exemptions, narrowing and repealing in certain cases to fund K-3 class size reductions: HB 2078
Exemptions, narrowing in certain cases to fund K-3 class size reductions: SHB 2078
Exemptions, repealing various: SB 5857, SB 5947
Expenditures, expiring certain nonconstitutionally required tax expenditures: HB 2529
Expenditures, requiring net benefit to state in order to claim: HB 2054, HB 2055, SB 5922, SB 5923
Federal earned income tax credit, unfunded state remittance for eligible persons, repealing: SB 5588
Fees for application processing, local government collection of various fees related to: HB 2728, SB 6521
Ferry boat vessel construction, funding through appropriation equal to or greater than ferry fuel sales and use taxes: HB 2047, HB 2083
Fire sprinkler systems, residential, impact fee exemption for installer: HB 1295, * ESHB 1295, CH 331 (2011), SB 5206, SSB 5206
General fund, redirecting certain existing state revenues into: HB 2823, * ESHB 2823, CH 5 (2012)
Hazardous substance tax, dedication to environmental cleanup and restoration construction projects: HB 2793, SHB 2793
Health security trust, employers to pay health security assessment to fund trust: HB 1096, HB 2832, SB 5609
Heavy equipment, imposing tax on persons renting or leasing heavy equipment at retail: HB 2734, SB 6528
High technology research and development tax credit, donating credit to opportunity expansion account: HB 2088, * ESHB 2088, CH 13 (2011)
Higher opportunity promise for education act, including repeal of business and occupation tax and reduction and extension of retail sales tax: HB 2486, SB 6550
Impact fees, crediting certain public facilities against fees: SB 5131, SSB 5131
Impact fees, exemption for installer of residential fire sprinkler systems: HB 1295, * ESHB 1295, CH 331 (2011), SB 5206, SSB 5206
Impact fees, extending certain deadlines for expending or encumbering by city or county: HB 1478, * ESHB 1478, CH 353 (2011), SB 5360, SSB 5360, 2SSB 5360
Impact fees, moratorium on issuance: HB 1240
Impact fees, process for impact fee payment through recorded covenant provisions: EHB 1702, SB 5607, SSB 5607
Income tax, establishing, including multiple excise tax credits: SB 6495
Income tax, on gross income over one million dollars: HB 2766
Income tax, on high income earners, establishing, including multiple excise tax credits and education enrichment account: SB 6548
Income tax, replacing business and occupation tax with flat rate corporate net income tax: HB 2032, HB 2744, HJR 4221
Interest and refund provisions, modifications: HB 2080, SHB 2080
Interest, refund, and credit provisions, increasing interest rate and reducing issuance period for refunds and credits: HB 2154
Investment projects in rural counties, tax deferrals, eligible areas to include qualifying county and innovation partnership zone: SB 5402
K-3 class size reductions, funding by narrowing and repealing certain tax exemptions: HB 2078
K-3 class size reductions, funding by narrowing certain tax exemptions: SHB 2078
Laws administered by department of revenue, revising certain excise tax provisions: SB 5838, SSB 5838
Liquor revenue, deposit and distribution: HB 2140, HB 2801, SB 6615
Main street fairness act and other federal acts, requesting adoption: HJM 4012, * SSJM 8009 (2011)
Main street fairness act, federal, requesting adoption: SJM 8009
Manufacturing machinery and equipment exemption, clarifications: * HB 1347, CH 23 (2011), SHB 1347, SB 5544
Marijuana, taxing wholesale and retail sales: SI 502, HI 502
Medical records, eliminating department of revenue's authorization to examine: SB 6091, SSB 6091
Millionaires, two percent tax on: SB 6482
Minerals, creating a local mineral severance tax: HB 1573, SB 5450
Motor vehicle excise taxes, providing local funding options for public transportation: HB 2016, SB 5874
Preferences, adding a rate of return measure: HB 2531
Preferences, eliminating certain preferences given to Indian tribes: HB 2045
Preferences, eliminating or modifying various preferences: HB 2094, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Preferences, improving accountability for: HB 2530, SHB 2530, SHB 2762
Preferences, legislative intent, review, and expiration provisions: HB 2753
Preferences, limiting certain excise tax preferences: SB 5945
Preferences, proposed, requiring expiration date and statement of legislative intent: SB 6088, SSB 6088
Preferences, proposed, requiring net benefit to state: SB 6496
Preferences, proposed, requiring statement of legislative intent: SHB 2762
Preferences, publication of certain tax preference information: SB 5754
Preferences, repealing various: HB 2762, SHB 2762
Preferences, requiring net benefit to state in order to claim: HB 2054, HB 2055, SB 5922, SB 5923
Preferences, terminating certain preferences to fund basic health plan enrollment: HB 1847, SB 5816
Prepaid wireless enhanced 911 excise tax, imposing: HB 1724, SB 5348, SSB 5348
Public speedway authority admissions tax, imposing: SB 5856
Puget Sound port authority, establishment of, taxation provisions: HB 2030
Real estate excise taxes, county and city, limitations on amount to be used for operations and maintenance of capital projects: * HB 1953, CH 354 (2011)
Real estate sales excise tax, determining tax in multiparcel transactions: HB 1338
Refund and interest provisions, modifications: HB 2080, SHB 2080
Refund, interest, and credit provisions, increasing interest rate and reducing issuance period for refunds and credits: HB 2154
Remitting and reporting taxes, electronic means for, expansion of use by department of revenue: * EHB 1357, CH 24 (2011), SB 5288
Remote collection of sales and use taxes, requesting adoption of federal legislation: HJM 4012, SJM 8009, * SSJM 8009 (2011)
Reseller permits, imposing fee on: HB 2154
Revenue, increasing through changes to both business and occupation and other tax provisions: HB 2157, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Rural county investment projects, eligibility of certain business projects for tax credits: SB 5734
Rural county investment projects, eligibility of certain counties: HB 1870, SB 5665
Small businesses, provisions including small business taxpayer bill of rights and waiver of interest and penalties: HB 1165
Small businesses, provisions including small business taxpayer rights and online business portal: SHB 1165
Stadium and exhibition center, authority of certain city to impose tax on admission charges: SB 6574, * SSB 6574, CH 260 (2012)
State programs, vital, funding through state excise tax increases: HB 2808
Statutes, clarifications and technical corrections: SB 5167, * SSB 5167, CH 174 (2011)
Studded tires, collecting fee for each new tire sold: SB 6032
Tax expenditure reform, expiring nonconstitutionally required preferences, submission to the people: SHB 2762
Tax preferences, proposed, requiring statement of legislative intent: HB 2774
Taxpayer information, maintaining confidentiality while improving transparency of tax preferences and structure: SB 5312
Taxpayer savings account, creation for voluntary contributions to state government: SB 5486
Technical corrections, clarifications, and suspension of exemption study: HB 1346
Technical corrections, clarifications, and temporary narrowing of exemption study: * ESHB 1346, CH 20 (2011)
Transportation benefit districts, local transportation tax revenue options: SB 6582, ESSB 6582
Transportation revenues, local option, use for street maintenance utilities: HB 1929, SHB 1929
Utility, engaging in business as a, county authority to impose excise tax on privilege of: HB 2728, HB 2801, SB 6521
Vehicle parking charges, tax on, levying by public facility district: HB 1997, SHB 1997, ESB 5958, SB 5961
Vehicles registered to a county resident, county authority to impose local motor vehicle excise tax: SHB 2751
Voters' pamphlets, general election pamphlet to include charts presenting certain tax information: HB 1888, SB 5832
TAXES - LEASEHOLD EXCISE TAX  TAXES - LEASEHOLD EXCISE TAX RSS Feed
               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
Baseball stadiums, minor league, exemption: HB 1269
Credits, certain lessees and sublessees: SHB 2638
Credits, product leases: HB 2638
Leasehold interest, clarifying definition to exclude certain cranes and docks at a port district marine facility: HB 2667, SB 6250, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Public speedway authority, exemption: SB 5856
Vacant buildings, businesses locating in, business and occupation tax credit for leasehold excise taxes paid: HB 1457
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               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
Commute trip reduction program, exemptions from tax for higher education institutions having: HB 1882, SB 5541, SSB 5541
Congestion reduction charge, for transit agency operational and capital funding needs: HB 1536, SB 5457
Congestion reduction charge, imposition by King county for transit agency operational and capital funding needs: * ESSB 5457, CH 373 (2011)
Parking taxes, authority to impose on all nonresidential parking: SB 5910
Transportation benefit districts, annual fee, distribution of revenues: HB 2659, SHB 2659, SB 6451, SSB 6451
Transportation benefit districts, motor vehicle excise tax: SB 6582, ESSB 6582
Transportation benefit districts, vehicle fee, adjusting amount certain districts may impose: HB 2728, HB 2751, SHB 2751, SB 6521
Vehicles registered to a county resident, county authority to impose local motor vehicle excise tax: SHB 2751
Vehicles registered to a county resident, county authority to impose surcharge: HB 2751, SB 6455
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Arts and heritage programs, use of certain revenues for, provisions: SB 5834
Arts, culture, heritage, tourism, and housing programs, use of certain revenues for, provisions: * ESSB 5834, CH 38 (2011)
Parks fees, state, inapplicability of lodging tax to: HB 2760
Tourism promotion, department of commerce lodging revenues economic impact reporting requirements: SSB 6446
Tourism promotion, removing joint legislative audit and review committee reporting requirement: SB 6446, SSB 6446
TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL  TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL RSS Feed
               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
Deductions, handling loss deduction, elimination: HB 2729, SB 5528
Distributions to certain accounts, tax rate used for calculating, revisions: HB 2012
Off-road fuel tax refunds, increasing: SB 5867
Revenues, refund from motor vehicle fund, distribution: HB 1539
Tribal agreements, revising provisions: HB 2013, HB 2045, SB 6551
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Wholesale value determinations and definitions, revisions: HB 2590, * SHB 2590, CH 3 (2012), SB 6335
TAXES - PROPERTY TAX  TAXES - PROPERTY TAX RSS Feed
               (See also TAXES)
Appeals of property valuation, standards of evidence: SB 5342, SSB 5342
Appeals of revaluations, providing taxpayers with additional appeal protections: HB 1826, * ESHB 1826, CH 84 (2011)
Apportionment districts, levying for community redevelopment financing: HB 1881, HJR 4217, SB 5705, SSB 5705, SJR 8213, SSJR 8213
Assessment administration, establishing procedures and authorizing fees for assessment review: SB 5675
Assessment administration, personal and corporate taxpayer penalties, waiver in certain cases: HB 2149, * SHB 2149, CH 59 (2012)
Assessment, when property includes land set aside for certain purposes, reducing assessed value: HB 2520
Assessors, county, authorizing electronic transmittal and amending certain valuation and listing provisions: HB 2638, SHB 2638
Commercial properties, assessment of, requirements for appellant challenging assessed value: SB 6413
Community college districts, levying property tax to provide funding: HB 1992
Community redevelopment financing, levying in apportionment districts: HB 1881, HJR 4217, SB 5705, SSB 5705, SJR 8213, SSJR 8213
Conservation futures, flexible conservation futures taxing districts, creation: SB 6165, SSB 6165, 2SSB 6165
Current use classification, open space land, impact of utility easements and rights-of-way: HB 1283
Current use programs, defining "contiguous" and "same ownership": HB 1060, SB 5359, * SSB 5359, CH 101 (2011), SB 5996, SSB 5996
Current use valuation, extending to certain residential small farm property: SB 5814
Deductions, for medigap or medicare supplement insurance premiums: HB 2386
Deductions, for social security act disability benefits and medigap or medicare supplement insurance premiums: HB 1942
Eliminating state property tax in connection with state income tax: SB 6495
Emergency medical services property tax levy, limiting taxing authority of counties: SB 6186, SSB 6186
Emergency medical services, property tax levy, adjusting voting requirements: HB 1476, HB 2474, SB 5381, * SSB 5381, CH 115 (2012)
Emergency medical services, property tax levy, city of Milton and related issues: * SB 5628, CH 365 (2011)
Emergency medical services, property tax levy, limited exemption for certain real and personal property: HB 1385
Equalization of assessments, provisions: HB 1687
Exemptions, community benefit report requirement for certain nonprofit homes and hospitals: HB 2094
Exemptions, forest land compensating tax, exempting certain counties: HB 1423, ESB 5169, SB 6097
Exemptions, intangible personal property, modifying provisions: HB 2100
Exemptions, intangible personal property, repealing exemption: SB 5949
Exemptions, joint municipal utility services authorities property: HB 1332, * ESHB 1332, CH 258 (2011), SB 5198, SSB 5198
Exemptions, multifamily property tax reporting, making mandatory reporting optional in certain cases: HB 1855
Exemptions, multiunit residential rental property in which water submetering has been installed: HB 1778
Exemptions, new industrial/manufacturing facility construction in target urban areas: HB 2772, SB 6583
Exemptions, nonprofit fair associations, modifying provisions: SB 6598, SSB 6598
Exemptions, nonprofit hospitals for the sick, requirements: SB 6517, SSB 6517
Exemptions, nonprofit organizations, payment of taxes when property no longer used for certain housing purposes: HB 2779
Exemptions, property leased by nonprofit organization from entity that acquired property from previously exempt nonprofit organization: SB 6600, * SSB 6600, CH 76 (2012)
Exemptions, property leased by nonprofit organization providing job training and services: HB 1042, SHB 1042, SB 5017, SSB 5017
Exemptions, public speedway authority, forest land compensation tax: SB 5856
Exemptions, removing Indian tribe property tax exemption: HB 2045
Exemptions, senior, disabled, and veteran, extending exemption to leased land with mobile home: HB 1843
Fairs, nonprofit fair associations, modifying exemption provisions: SB 6598, SSB 6598
Forest land compensating tax when land is removed from forest land classification, modifying exceptions: HB 2502, * ESHB 2502, CH 170 (2012)
Forest land compensating tax, exempting certain counties: HB 1423, ESB 5169, SB 6097
Game lands owned by department of fish and wildlife, reducing or excusing payments to county in lieu of taxes: HB 1095
Heavy equipment, owned by retail rental business, exemption from property taxes: HB 2734, SB 6528
Homes for sick or infirm, nonprofit, community benefit report requirement for exemption: HB 2094
Hospitals for the sick, nonprofit, community benefit report requirement for exemption: HB 2094
Hospitals for the sick, nonprofit, excluding freestanding emergency rooms from definition in certain cases: SB 5948
Hospitals for the sick, nonprofit, requirements for property tax exemption: SB 5948, SB 6517, SSB 6517
Hospitals, tax exempt, requirements for claiming exemption: SB 5666, SB 5859
Indian tribes, exemption of tribal property, conditions: HB 1446, HB 2391, SB 5305, SB 6158
Industrial/manufacturing facility construction in target urban areas, exemption: HB 2772, SB 6583
Joint municipal utility services authorities, exemption for property: HB 1332, * ESHB 1332, CH 258 (2011), SB 5198, SSB 5198
Levies, achieving equalization in school district salary allocations: SB 5568
Levies, ballot requirements when levy is involved: HB 1158, HB 1687
Levies, by counties for public health purposes, provisions: HB 1292
Levies, community services for mental health services or persons with developmental disabilities, adjusting amount of levy: HB 2649
Levies, exemption of certain flood control zone districts from certain levy limitations: * EHB 1969, CH 275 (2011), * 2ESB 5638, CH 28 (2011)
Levies, exemption of certain metropolitan park districts from certain levy limitations: * 2ESB 5638, CH 28 (2011)
Levies, for municipal fire districts, provisions: HB 2767
Levies, for schools, authorizing further additional maintenance and operation levies in certain cases: SB 6099
Levies, for schools, modifying district levy base calculation in relation to Initiative 728 allocation rate: * HB 2824, CH 10 (2012)
Levies, for schools, modifying lid limit provisions: HB 2813
Levies, for schools, preserving levy base and collecting voter-approved funds: HB 1815, SHB 1815, SB 5652
Levies, for schools, preserving levy base by including amount equivalent to education jobs fund allocation: HB 1814, SHB 1814, SB 5651
Levies, industrial development district levies for port districts, adding flexibility to requirements: HB 1308, SHB 1308, SB 5222, SSB 5222
Levies, lid limits for local services including persons with developmental disabilities, mental health services, and veterans relief: SB 5567
Levies, lid limits for veterans relief: SB 6452, SSB 6452
Levies, limit calculations, value of solar, biomass, and geothermal facilities in: HB 2708, SHB 2708
Levies, shifting certain levies from county regular to stand-alone to enhance veterans and human services safety net: HB 1786
Levies, veterans' assistance fund, adjusting amount of levy: HB 2649
Levies, veterans' assistance fund, property tax levy lid limits: SB 6452, SSB 6452
Limit factor, modifying provision: HB 2728, SB 6521
Limits for property tax revenue, revising: HB 2465
Low-income property tax deferral program, terminating: SB 5587, SSB 5587
Mobile homes and park model trailers, ownership taken by park landlord, responsibility for taxes: HB 2183
Multiple-unit dwellings, new and rehabilitated, exemption from property taxation in certain unincorporated urban growth areas: HB 2489, SB 6277, * SSB 6277, CH 194 (2012)
Municipal fire districts, tax levying provisions: HB 2767
Open space land, current use taxation, defining "contiguous" and "same ownership": HB 1060, SB 5359, * SSB 5359, CH 101 (2011), SB 5996, SSB 5996
Open space land, current use taxation, impact of utility easements and rights-of-way: HB 1283
Plats, modifying provisions concerning advance property tax payments for recording: HB 1359, HB 2639
Port districts, industrial development district levies for, adding flexibility to requirements: HB 1308, SHB 1308, SB 5222, SSB 5222
Preferences, legislative intent, review, and expiration provisions: HB 2753
Preferences, proposed, requiring expiration date and statement of legislative intent: SB 6088, SSB 6088
Preferences, publication of certain tax preference information: SB 5754
Public property, tax exempt, no longer requiring valuation by county: HB 1855
Puget Sound port authority, establishment of, property tax levy provisions: HB 2030
Regional public safety authorities, tax levies: HB 1230, SB 5155
Revaluation notices, providing taxpayers with additional appeal protections: HB 1826, * ESHB 1826, CH 84 (2011)
Ships and vessels, refunds for overpayment of ad valorem taxes, reducing period for issuance: HB 2154
Small farm residential property, extending current use valuation to certain residential property: SB 5814
Taxpayer information, maintaining confidentiality while improving transparency of tax preferences and structure: SB 5312
Timber tax distribution account, distribution calculations: HB 1427, SHB 1427
Trailers, park model, responsibility for taxes when ownership taken by park landlord: HB 2183
Transfer of development rights, use of marketplace to conserve agricultural and forest land, property tax provisions: HB 1469, ESHB 1469, SB 5145, SB 5253, * ESSB 5253, CH 318 (2011)
Transportation benefit districts, extending definition of limit factor for taxation purposes: SB 6582
True and fair value, real property, assessors to give notice of value each year property is revalued: HB 1204
Vacant buildings, businesses locating in, business and occupation tax credit for property taxes paid: HB 1457
Valuation, real property, assessors to give notice of true and fair value each year property is revalued: HB 1204
Valuation, real property, standard of evidence for appeals: SB 5342, SSB 5342
Voted property tax to fund cultural access authorities: HB 1837, SB 5626
Voted property tax to fund education and arts cultural access authorities: SHB 1837, SSB 5626
TAXES - PUBLIC UTILITY TAX  TAXES - PUBLIC UTILITY TAX RSS Feed
               
Community residential service businesses, tax on, revenues to be deposited in account: HB 1337, SHB 1337, HB 2150, SHB 2150, SB 5465, SSB 5465
Energy storage facilities, extending investment cost recovery incentive to include: HB 2198
Energy storage systems, extending integrated resource planning to include: SHB 2198
Integrated resource planning, extending to include energy storage systems: SHB 2198
Irrigation, modifying deduction provisions: HB 2094
Joint municipal utility services authorities, exemption for certain payments and asset transfers: HB 1332, * ESHB 1332, CH 258 (2011), SB 5198, SSB 5198
Light and power businesses, tax credit as part of renewable energy investment cost recovery program: HB 1762
Light and power businesses, tax credit for business as part of renewable energy investment cost recovery program: HB 1144, SHB 1144, 2E2SHB 1144
Local infrastructure assistance account, deposit of certain tax moneys: HB 1915, SB 5745
Renewable energy investment cost recovery program, extending incentive to energy storage facilities: HB 2198
Renewable energy investment cost recovery program, provisions: HB 1144, SHB 1144, 2E2SHB 1144
Renewable energy, investment cost-recovery incentives, certain components to be manufactured by certain entities: SB 6580
Solar energy systems, investment cost recovery incentive, requirements to include stirling converter: HB 1393, * SB 5526, CH 179 (2011)
Technical corrections and clarifications: HB 1346, * ESHB 1346, CH 20 (2011)
Transportation businesses, removing urban category: HB 2094
Water quality and safe drinking water construction projects, portion of public utility tax to be dedicated to: HB 2793, SHB 2793
TAXES - REAL ESTATE EXCISE  TAXES - REAL ESTATE EXCISE RSS Feed
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Cities and counties, additional real estate excise taxing authority: HB 1598, SB 5755
Cities and counties, use of funds: SSB 5755
Interest, refund, and credit provisions, increasing interest rate and reducing issuance period for refunds and credits: HB 2154
Penalties, directing to general fund: SB 6439
Public works assistance account, diverting certain revenues to state general fund: HB 2072
Sales of real property, tax on, directing revenues to general fund: SB 6557
TAXES - SALES TAX  TAXES - SALES TAX RSS Feed
               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
Aerospace industry, incentives: HB 1919, SB 5641
Airplanes, modifying certain provisions: HB 2094
Amusement and recreation services involving amateur sports, exemption: HB 1452, SB 5422, SB 6189
Annual assessments and performance grading program for state government, certain tax revenues to be used: HB 1764
Arson, structures damaged by, sales and use tax exemption for labor and materials: HB 1750
Basketball tournaments, eligible, exemption for entry fee sales by nonprofit organization to participants in: SB 6510
Cannabis sales, exemption in certain cases: HB 1100, HB 2118, SB 5073, SB 5955
Chemical dependency treatment, use of certain county sales and use taxes: HB 2357, * SHB 2357, CH 180 (2012)
Chemical dependency, programs, funding from local option sales tax to support: SB 5722, * SSB 5722, CH 347 (2011)
Cities and towns, compliance with certain tax requirements: HB 1434
Coal-fired plants, repealing exemption: SB 5769
Coal-fired plants, repealing exemption in order to fund basic health plan enrollment: HB 1847, SB 5816
Computer data centers, sales and use tax exemption for certain equipment: 2ESB 5873, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Cosmetic services, elective, sales and use taxation to provide additional medicare funding: HB 2022
Cosmetic surgery, imposing sales and use tax to fund basic health plan enrollment: HB 1847, SB 5816
County sales and use taxes, use for chemical dependency and mental health treatment, as well as therapeutic courts: SB 5559
Dancing, excluding charges made for opportunity to dance from sales taxes: HB 2788
Debt collection agencies, classifying charges for services as retail sales for excise tax purposes: HB 2102
Digital goods and codes, nonresident retail sales tax exemption, amending: HB 1936, * SB 5763, CH 7 (2011)
Digital goods and codes, nonresident retail sales tax exemption, application process: HB 2117
Digital goods and codes, nonresident retail sales tax exemption, changing to a refund program: SB 6061
Digital goods and codes, nonresident retail sales tax exemption, repealing: HB 2078, HB 2157, HB 2534, HB 2791
Exemptions, amusement and recreation services involving amateur sports: HB 1452, SB 5422, SB 6189
Exemptions, certain computer data center equipment: 2ESB 5873, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Exemptions, charges for labor and services and sales of tangible personal property for certain state transportation projects: SB 6191
Exemptions, entry fee sales by nonprofit organization to participants in eligible basketball tournament or running event: SB 6510
Exemptions, local phone service, clarification of exemption: HB 2128
Exemptions, manufacturing machinery and equipment, changing to tax deferral and requiring net benefit to state to claim: SB 6610
Exemptions, manufacturing machinery and equipment, requiring net benefit to state to claim: SB 6497
Exemptions, meals sold to students and faculty of certain nonprofit entities: HB 2095
Exemptions, medical cannabis in certain cases: HB 1100, HB 2118, SB 5073, SB 5955
Exemptions, mobility enhancing equipment sold for use in motor vehicle by veteran with disabilities: HB 2379
Exemptions, newspapers, limiting eligibility for sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2094
Exemptions, reducing or ceasing temporary sales tax increase: SB 5937
Exemptions, repealing nonresident sales tax exemption to fund mental health services: HB 2087
Exemptions, repealing various: HB 2529, HB 2762, SHB 2762, SB 5857, SB 5947
Exemptions, sales of tires with studs or pinned for studs: SB 6455
Exemptions, sales to nonresidents of digital goods and codes, amending: HB 1936, * SB 5763, CH 7 (2011)
Exemptions, sales to nonresidents of digital goods and codes, application process: HB 2117
Exemptions, sales to nonresidents of digital goods and codes, changing to a refund program: SB 6061
Exemptions, sales to nonresidents of digital goods and codes, repealing exemption: HB 2078, HB 2157, HB 2534, HB 2791
Exemptions, sales to nonresidents of tangible personal property, amending: HB 1936, * SB 5763, CH 7 (2011)
Exemptions, sales to nonresidents of tangible personal property, application process: HB 2117
Exemptions, sales to nonresidents of tangible personal property, changing to a refund program: SB 6061
Exemptions, sales to nonresidents of tangible personal property, repealing exemption: HB 2078, HB 2157, HB 2534, HB 2791
Exemptions, school clothing and supplies for students: HB 2644
Exemptions, warehousing and distribution centers, annual accountability survey requirement: HB 2278, SHB 2762
Expenditures, requiring net benefit to state in order to claim: HB 2054, SB 5923
Federal earned income tax credit, unfunded state remittance for eligible persons, repealing: SB 5588
Ferry boat vessel construction, funding through appropriation equal to or greater than ferry fuel sales and use taxes: HB 2047, HB 2083
Fishing charter vessels, bait used by, sales and use tax exemption: HB 1376, SB 5290
Florists, expanding sales taxation of, provisions: HB 1848
Fuel, sales of motor vehicle and special fuel, exemption for fuel purchased for state-owned ferries: SB 5742, * 2ESSB 5742, CH 16 (2011) PV
General fund, redirecting certain existing state revenues into: HB 2823, * ESHB 2823, CH 5 (2012)
Health security trust, use of tax revenues for health care services and maintenance of trust: HB 1096, HB 2832, SB 5609
Hybrid electric vehicles, certain plug-in vehicles, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1758
In-home care services, funding for, repealing nonresident sales tax exemption to restore: HB 2102, SB 5926
Initiation fees and dues paid to certain nonprofit organizations, defining as retail sales for tax purposes: SB 5932
Insects, used as pest control, sales and use tax exemption: HB 1275
Joint municipal utility services authorities, exemption for certain sales and transfers: HB 1332, * ESHB 1332, CH 258 (2011), SB 5198, SSB 5198
Kindergarten, state-funded full-day, repealing nonresident sales tax exemption to provide funding for: HB 2534, HB 2791
Liquor revenue, deposit and distribution: HB 2140, HB 2801, SB 6615
Liquor, retail sales of spirits, calculating tax per liter: HB 2782, SB 6595
Local sales and use tax account, deposits and distributions, modifying procedures: * HB 2822, CH 9 (2012), SB 6633
Local sales and use, area newly annexed by city, limiting imposition and distribution in certain cases: HB 2146
Local sales and use, authorizing city utility infrastructure tax for certain small cities: SB 5683
Local sales and use, certain retail sales and uses of food and beverages, deposit of proceeds in special MLK fund: ESB 5958, SB 5961
Local sales and use, county or city imposition: HB 2728, HB 2801, SB 6521
Local sales and use, county, using for chemical dependency treatment, mental health services, and therapeutic courts: HB 2357, * SHB 2357, CH 180 (2012)
Local sales and use, destination-based sourcing and mitigation under streamlined sales and use tax agreement: HB 2052
Local sales and use, distressed public facilities district bond default prevention, taxation provisions: HB 2126
Local sales and use, distressed public facilities district indebtedness default finance plan, taxation provisions: EHB 2145
Local sales and use, distressed public facilities district indebtedness default prevention, taxation provisions: SHB 2126
Local sales and use, distressed public facilities districts, extending authority to submit tax to voters: HB 2458, SHB 2458
Local sales and use, extending public facility district sales and use tax for certain regional centers: HB 1574, SHB 1574
Local sales and use, funding for parks, recreation, trails, and open space allocation: HB 1949, SB 5786
Local sales and use, hospital benefit zone provisions: HB 1659, SB 5525, * SSB 5525, CH 363 (2011)
Local sales and use, imposition by public speedway authority with taxpayer credit against state sales and use tax: SB 5856
Local sales and use, improvement or rehabilitation of regional centers: HB 1780
Local sales and use, improvement, rehabilitation, or expansion of regional centers: HB 2539, SB 6638
Local sales and use, local government redevelopment areas using community redevelopment financing, imposing tax: HB 2746
Local sales and use, lowering annexed area population threshold for tax to offset municipal service costs: * ESHB 1478, CH 353 (2011)
Local sales and use, manufacturing machinery and equipment tax deferral, including net benefit to state requirement: SB 6610
Local sales and use, proceeds for certain public facilities in innovation partnership zones: HB 2663, SB 5401
Local sales and use, public facilities districts, taxing authority of: HB 2539, SB 6638
Local sales and use, public facilities districts, using certain moneys for: * SSB 5984, CH 4 (2012)
Local sales and use, rate changes, limiting number of: HB 2290
Local sales and use, restrictions on collection by transportation benefit districts: SB 6410
Local sales and use, retail car rentals, deposit of proceeds in special MLK fund: ESB 5958, SB 5961
Local sales and use, retail car rentals, deposit of revenue in special account: HB 1997, SHB 1997, ESB 5958, SB 5961
Local sales and use, sales tax sourcing, shifting from destination based to origin based: SB 6474
Local sales and use, special stadium taxes, deposit of revenues in special MLK fund: ESB 5958, SB 5961
Local sales and use, taxation of vessels: HB 1944, SB 5372
Local sales and use, use of moneys to support therapeutic courts and treatment programs for mental health and chemical dependency: SB 5722, * SSB 5722, CH 347 (2011)
Local sales and use, voted tax to fund cultural access authorities: HB 1837, SB 5626
Local sales and use, voted tax to fund education and arts cultural access authorities: SHB 1837, SSB 5626
Locomotives and railroad cars, modifying certain provisions: HB 2094
Main street fairness act and other federal acts, requesting adoption: HJM 4012, * SSJM 8009 (2011)
Main street fairness act, federal, requesting adoption: SJM 8009
Manufacturing machinery and equipment exemption, changing to tax deferral and requiring net benefit to state to claim: SB 6610
Manufacturing machinery and equipment exemption, clarifications: * HB 1347, CH 23 (2011), SHB 1347, SB 5544
Marijuana, taxing wholesale and retail sales: SI 502, HI 502
Meals sold to students and faculty of certain nonprofit entities, exemption from sales and use tax: HB 2095
Mental health treatment, programs, funding from local option sales tax to support: SB 5722, * SSB 5722, CH 347 (2011)
Mental health treatment, use of certain county sales and use taxes: HB 2357, * SHB 2357, CH 180 (2012)
Mobility enhancing equipment, sold for use in motor vehicle by veteran with disabilities, exemption: HB 2379
Motor vehicles, expensive passenger, luxury tax: HB 2157
Newspapers, sales and use tax exemptions, limiting eligibility: HB 2094
Nonresident sales and use tax exemption, narrowing to fund state ferry system and other transportation purposes: HB 1352, SB 5698
Nonresident sales tax exemption, amending: HB 1936, * SB 5763, CH 7 (2011)
Nonresident sales tax exemption, application process: HB 2117
Nonresident sales tax exemption, changing to a refund program: SB 6061
Nonresident sales tax exemption, repealing: HB 2078, HB 2157
Nonresident sales tax exemption, repealing in order to fund mental health services: HB 2087
Nonresident sales tax exemption, repealing in order to restore funding for in-home care services: HB 2102, SB 5926
Personal property, sales of tangible, changing nonresident retail sales tax exemption to a refund program: SB 6061
Personal property, tangible, amending nonresident retail sales tax exemption: HB 1936, * SB 5763, CH 7 (2011)
Personal property, tangible, nonresident retail sales tax exemption application process: HB 2117
Personal property, tangible, repealing nonresident retail sales tax exemption: HB 2078, HB 2157, HB 2534, HB 2791
Preferences, legislative intent, review, and expiration provisions: HB 2753
Preferences, requiring net benefit to state in order to claim: HB 2054, SB 5923
Public facilities districts, distressed, extending authority to submit tax to voters: HB 2458, SHB 2458
Public speedway authority, sales tax deferral: SB 5856
Rate, changes to, limiting number of: HB 2290
Rate, limiting state sales and use tax rate: HJR 4221
Rate, temporary increase to fund essential government services: SB 5937
Rate, temporary increase to fund essential government services, referring to voters: SB 5972
Reducing state sales tax in connection with state income tax: SB 6495
Remote collection of sales and use taxes, requesting adoption of federal legislation: HJM 4012, SJM 8009, * SSJM 8009 (2011)
Restaurants, meals supplied to employees without charge, exemptions: HB 1498, * SB 5501, CH 55 (2011)
Retail sales tax, levying to pay for education initiatives, including cost-of-living increases: HB 2763
Retail sales tax, reducing rate and extending to all services, with exceptions: HB 2486, SB 6550
Retail sales tax, sellers to separately state when advertising that sales tax is included in price: HB 2619
Running events, eligible, exemption for entry fee sales by nonprofit organization to participants in: SB 6510
School clothing and supplies for students, sales and use tax holiday: HB 2644
Server equipment businesses, sales and use tax exemption for certain businesses: HB 2015
Snohomish Polytechnical College, creation, funding through voter-approved sales and use tax: SB 5287
Spirits, taxation of certain sales by spirits distributor licensees or other licensees acting as spirits distributors: SB 5933
Spirits, taxes on retail sales, collection by department of revenue: * HB 2758, CH 39 (2012), SB 6571
State agency annual assessment and performance grading program, certain retail sales and use tax revenues to fund: HB 2796, SB 6594
State route number 16, deferred sales and use taxes due on corridor improvements project, amending repayment requirement: HB 2394, SB 6073, * SSB 6073, CH 77 (2012)
Storm water mitigation projects, exemption for sales of materials used: HB 1996
Streamlined sales and use tax mitigation account, repealing statutes: HB 2052
Telephone service, local, clarifying exemption: HB 2128
Therapeutic courts, use of certain county sales and use taxes: HB 2357, * SHB 2357, CH 180 (2012)
Tires, with studs or pinned for studs, certain sales tax exemption: SB 6455
Transportation benefit districts, restrictions on collection of sales tax by: SB 6410
Transportation projects, deferred sales and use taxes due in certain cases, ending repayment requirement: SB 6191
Vessel sales, to nonresident persons, sales and use tax exemption in certain cases: HB 1904, HB 1944, SB 5372, SB 6248
Vessels, taxation: HB 1944, SB 5372
Watercraft, modifying certain provisions: HB 2094
Zoological facilities, exemption for sales of certain objects by zoological facilities: HB 1500, SB 5391
TAXES - SOLID WASTE COLLECTION  TAXES - SOLID WASTE COLLECTION RSS Feed
               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
General fund, redirecting certain existing state revenues into: HB 2823, * ESHB 2823, CH 5 (2012)
General fund, redirecting solid waste tax deposits to: SB 6616
General fund, temporarily redirecting solid waste tax deposits to: SB 6614
Local government capital construction assistance, solid waste tax dedicated to: HB 2793, SHB 2793
Local infrastructure assistance account, deposit of certain tax moneys: HB 1915, SB 5745
TAXES - SPECIAL FUEL  TAXES - SPECIAL FUEL RSS Feed
               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
Tribal agreements, revising provisions: HB 2013, HB 2045, SB 6551
TAXES - TOBACCO PRODUCTS  TAXES - TOBACCO PRODUCTS RSS Feed
               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
Health security trust, use of tax revenues for health care services and maintenance of trust: HB 1096, HB 2832, SB 5609
TAXES - USE TAX  TAXES - USE TAX RSS Feed
               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
Amusement and recreation services involving amateur sports, exemption: HB 1452, SB 5422, SB 6189
Annual assessments and performance grading program for state government, certain tax revenues to be used: HB 1764
Arson, structures damaged by, sales and use tax exemption for labor and materials: HB 1750
Basketball tournaments, eligible, exemption for entry fees when operated by nonprofit organization: SB 6510
Cannabis, use of, exemption in certain cases: HB 2118, SB 5955
Chemical dependency treatment, use of certain county sales and use taxes: HB 2357, * SHB 2357, CH 180 (2012)
Cities and towns, compliance with certain tax requirements: HB 1434
Coal-fired plants, repealing exemption: SB 5769
Computer data centers, sales and use tax exemption for certain equipment: 2ESB 5873, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Cosmetic services, elective, sales and use taxation to provide additional medicare funding: HB 2022
Cosmetic surgery, imposing sales and use tax to fund basic health plan enrollment: HB 1847, SB 5816
County sales and use taxes, use for chemical dependency and mental health treatment, as well as therapeutic courts: SB 5559
Exemptions, amusement and recreation services involving amateur sports: HB 1452, SB 5422, SB 6189
Exemptions, certain computer data center equipment: 2ESB 5873, * ESB 6635, CH 6 (2012)
Exemptions, entry fees for eligible basketball tournament or running event operated by nonprofit organization: SB 6510
Exemptions, manufacturing machinery and equipment, changing to tax deferral and requiring net benefit to state to claim: SB 6610
Exemptions, manufacturing machinery and equipment, requiring net benefit to state to claim: SB 6497
Exemptions, mobility enhancing equipment used in motor vehicle by veteran with disabilities: HB 2379
Exemptions, repealing various: HB 2529, HB 2762, SHB 2762, SB 5857, SB 5947
Exemptions, school clothing and supplies for students: HB 2644
Exemptions, use of tangible personal property for certain state transportation projects: SB 6191
Exemptions, warehousing and distribution centers, annual accountability survey requirement: HB 2278, SHB 2762
Expenditures, requiring net benefit to state in order to claim: HB 2054, SB 5923
Ferry boat vessel construction, funding through appropriation equal to or greater than ferry fuel sales and use taxes: HB 2047, HB 2083
Fishing charter vessels, bait used by, sales and use tax exemption: HB 1376, SB 5290
Fuel, use of motor vehicle and special fuel, exemption for fuel purchased for state-owned ferries: SB 5742, * 2ESSB 5742, CH 16 (2011) PV
Hybrid electric vehicles, certain plug-in vehicles, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1758
Insects, used as pest control, sales and use tax exemption: HB 1275
Interest, refund, and credit provisions, increasing interest rate and reducing issuance period for refunds and credits: HB 2154
Joint municipal utility services authorities, exemption for certain sales, uses, and transfers: * ESHB 1332, CH 258 (2011), SSB 5198
Local sales and use tax account, deposits and distributions, modifying procedures: * HB 2822, CH 9 (2012), SB 6633
Local sales and use, area newly annexed by city, limiting imposition and distribution in certain cases: HB 2146
Local sales and use, authorizing city utility infrastructure tax for certain small cities: SB 5683
Local sales and use, certain retail sales and uses of food and beverages, deposit of proceeds in special MLK fund: ESB 5958, SB 5961
Local sales and use, county or city imposition: HB 2728, HB 2801, SB 6521
Local sales and use, county, using for chemical dependency treatment, mental health services, and therapeutic courts: HB 2357, * SHB 2357, CH 180 (2012)
Local sales and use, destination-based sourcing and mitigation under streamlined sales and use tax agreement: HB 2052
Local sales and use, distressed public facilities district bond default prevention, taxation provisions: HB 2126
Local sales and use, distressed public facilities district indebtedness default finance plan, taxation provisions: EHB 2145
Local sales and use, distressed public facilities district indebtedness default prevention, taxation provisions: SHB 2126
Local sales and use, distressed public facilities districts, extending authority to submit tax to voters: HB 2458, SHB 2458
Local sales and use, extending public facility district sales and use tax for certain regional centers: HB 1574, SHB 1574
Local sales and use, funding for parks, recreation, trails, and open space allocation: HB 1949, SB 5786
Local sales and use, hospital benefit zone provisions: HB 1659, SB 5525, * SSB 5525, CH 363 (2011)
Local sales and use, imposition by public speedway authority with taxpayer credit against state sales and use tax: SB 5856
Local sales and use, improvement or rehabilitation of regional centers: HB 1780
Local sales and use, improvement, rehabilitation, or expansion of regional centers: HB 2539, SB 6638
Local sales and use, local government redevelopment areas using community redevelopment financing, imposing tax: HB 2746
Local sales and use, lowering annexed area population threshold for tax to offset municipal service costs: * ESHB 1478, CH 353 (2011)
Local sales and use, manufacturing machinery and equipment tax deferral, including net benefit to state requirement: SB 6610
Local sales and use, proceeds for certain public facilities in innovation partnership zones: HB 2663, SB 5401
Local sales and use, public facilities districts, taxing authority of: HB 2539, SB 6638
Local sales and use, public facilities districts, using certain moneys for: * SSB 5984, CH 4 (2012)
Local sales and use, rate changes, limiting number of: HB 2290
Local sales and use, retail car rentals, deposit of proceeds in special MLK fund: ESB 5958, SB 5961
Local sales and use, retail car rentals, deposit of revenue in special account: HB 1997, SHB 1997, ESB 5958, SB 5961
Local sales and use, special stadium taxes, deposit of revenues in special MLK fund: ESB 5958, SB 5961
Local sales and use, taxation of vessels: HB 1944, SB 5372
Local sales and use, voted tax to fund cultural access authorities: HB 1837, SB 5626
Local sales and use, voted tax to fund education and arts cultural access authorities: SHB 1837, SSB 5626
Main street fairness act and other federal acts, requesting adoption: HJM 4012, * SSJM 8009 (2011)
Main street fairness act, federal, requesting adoption: SJM 8009
Manufacturing machinery and equipment exemption, changing to tax deferral and requiring net benefit to state to claim: SB 6610
Manufacturing machinery and equipment exemption, clarifications: * HB 1347, CH 23 (2011), SHB 1347, SB 5544
Meals sold to students and faculty of certain nonprofit entities, exemption from sales and use tax: HB 2095
Mental health treatment, use of certain county sales and use taxes: HB 2357, * SHB 2357, CH 180 (2012)
Mobility enhancing equipment, used in motor vehicle by veteran with disabilities, exemption: HB 2379
Newspapers, sales and use tax exemptions, limiting eligibility: HB 2094
Nonprofit organizations, items purchased from organization conducting fund-raising activities, use tax exemption: SB 5765
Nonresident sales and use tax exemption, narrowing to fund state ferry system and other transportation purposes: HB 1352, SB 5698
Preferences, legislative intent, review, and expiration provisions: HB 2753
Preferences, requiring net benefit to state in order to claim: HB 2054, SB 5923
Public facilities districts, distressed, extending authority to submit tax to voters: HB 2458, SHB 2458
Rate, changes to, limiting number of: HB 2290
Rate, limiting state sales and use tax rate: HJR 4221
Refund, interest, and credit provisions, increasing interest rate and reducing issuance period for refunds and credits: HB 2154
Remote collection of sales and use taxes, requesting adoption of federal legislation: HJM 4012, SJM 8009, * SSJM 8009 (2011)
Restaurants, meals supplied to employees without charge, exemptions: HB 1498, * SB 5501, CH 55 (2011)
Running events, eligible, exemption for entry fees when operated by nonprofit organization: SB 6510
School clothing and supplies for students, sales and use tax holiday: HB 2644
Server equipment businesses, sales and use tax exemption for certain businesses: HB 2015
Snohomish Polytechnical College, creation, funding through voter-approved sales and use tax: SB 5287
State agency annual assessment and performance grading program, certain retail sales and use tax revenues to fund: HB 2796, SB 6594
State route number 16, deferred sales and use taxes due on corridor improvements project, amending repayment requirement: HB 2394, SB 6073, * SSB 6073, CH 77 (2012)
Storm water mitigation projects, exemption for materials used on facilities: HB 1996
Streamlined sales and use tax mitigation account, repealing statutes: HB 2052
Technical corrections and clarifications: HB 1346, * ESHB 1346, CH 20 (2011)
Therapeutic courts, use of certain county sales and use taxes: HB 2357, * SHB 2357, CH 180 (2012)
Transportation projects, deferred sales and use taxes due in certain cases, ending repayment requirement: SB 6191
Vessel sales, to nonresident persons, sales and use tax exemption in certain cases: HB 1904, HB 1944, SB 5372, SB 6248
Vessels, taxation: HB 1944, SB 5372
Zoological facilities, exemption for use of certain objects by zoological facilities: HB 1500, SB 5391
TAXES - WATERCRAFT EXCISE TAX  TAXES - WATERCRAFT EXCISE TAX RSS Feed
               (See also TAXES - EXCISE TAX)
Vessels, revising provisions: HB 1944, SB 5372
TEACHERS  TEACHERS RSS Feed
               (See also RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
Assignment policies of districts, expanding staff assignment elements for consideration: SB 6537
Bonuses, ongoing suspension: * 2SHB 1132, CH 18 (2011)
Career and technical education certificated teachers, criteria for being considered to be professional certificated teachers: SB 5905
Career and technical education certificated teachers, waiving continuing education requirements in certain situations: SB 5906
Certificated instructional staff with national board certification, limiting bonus for: HB 2804
Civic educators in Washington state, honoring: * HR 4631 (2011)
Compensation, school district implementation of reductions through hour and day requirement waivers: SB 5829
Compensation, technical working group duties concerning: SB 5959
Continuing education requirements, removing for certificated teachers who qualify as professional certificated teachers: SB 5905
Continuing education requirements, waiving for career and technical education certificated teachers in certain situations: SB 5906
Contract nonrenewal notices for certificated school employees, deadlines: HB 2110, 2SHB 2538
Contracts, nonrenewal due to workforce reductions, provisions: SB 5959
Cost-of-living increases, ongoing suspension: HB 1132, SHB 1132, * 2SHB 1132, CH 18 (2011), SB 5470
Cost-of-living increases, repealing: SB 6377, SB 6618
Credits, application of, ongoing suspension: * 2SHB 1132, CH 18 (2011)
Cunningham, Frank, honoring: * SR 8675 (2012)
Dismissal, after unsuccessful improvement, notice requirements and procedures: SB 5455
Evaluation system, implementing revised system and using results: HB 2427, SB 6203
Evaluation system, incorporating in-service training or continuing education and developing online training package for new system: HB 2165, SB 6318
Evaluation system, requirements for evaluation systems and professional development programs: * ESSB 5895, CH 35 (2012)
Evaluation system, revised: SSB 5896
Evaluation system, use of summative comprehensive evaluation performance ratings for certificated employees: HB 2537, SB 6177
Evaluation systems, establishing statewide implementation plan: HB 2334, SB 6317
Evaluations, certificated employees to be considered provisional after consecutive unsatisfactory evaluations: HB 2309, HB 2427, SB 6203, SB 6278
Excellent teachers for every student act: SB 5914
Health care insurance, wellness incentives: SB 5869
Looping students and teachers in successive grade levels, professional educator standards board role in permitting districts to loop: HB 2164
MacRae, Tina, remembering: * SR 8638 (2011)
Maebori, Jay, 2011 Washington state teacher of the year, honoring: * SR 8631 (2011)
Mathematics, elementary mathematics specialists, development of specialty endorsement: HB 1600, * SHB 1600, CH 209 (2011)
Military spouses, expediting professional educator licensing process when relocating to Washington: * ESSB 5969, CH 5 (2011)
Professional certificated teachers, criteria for certificated teachers to be considered to be: SB 5905
Reduction in force, performance-based, certificated classroom teachers: HB 1609, SB 5399
Removal of teachers under excellent teachers for every student act, provisions: SB 5914
Salaries, excellent teachers for every student act provisions: SB 5914
Salary allocations for school districts, equalization: SB 5568
Savings plan, creation of public employees' savings plan: SB 5908
STEM teacher certification pilot program, creation and participation: SB 5725
STEM-related subjects, teacher certification subject area endorsements, revising standards: * HB 2160, CH 2 (2011), SB 5973
Top teacher recognition grant program, establishment: SB 5455
TEACHERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM  (See RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
TECHNOLOGY  TECHNOLOGY RSS Feed
               (See also COMPUTERS)
Aerospace careers, STEM courses, grants for high schools and skill centers: * EHB 2159, CH 1 (2011), SB 5975
Aerospace technology innovation, joint center for, creation of center and board: HB 2155, SB 5982, * SSB 5982, CH 242 (2012)
Arts and cultural facilities competitive grant program, expanding to include zoos, aquariums, and science and technology centers: HB 2587, SHB 2587, E2SHB 2587, SB 6332
Basic education, crucial subject areas, to include technology: SB 5392, * SSB 5392, CH 280 (2011)
Chief information officer, office of the, creation and duties within office of financial management: HB 1841, SHB 1841, SB 5761, SB 5931, * ESSB 5931, CH 43 (2011) PV
Consolidated technology services agency, establishment: HB 1841, SHB 1841, SB 5761, SB 5931, * ESSB 5931, CH 43 (2011) PV
Cultural access authorities, creation, organization, and funding: HB 1837, SB 5626
Education and arts cultural access authorities, creation, organization, and funding: SHB 1837, SSB 5626
Higher education institutions, technology transfer funding and programs: HB 1551
Industry development organization grant program, establishment in department of commerce: SB 5808
Information technology portfolio, each state agency to develop: HB 1841, SHB 1841, SB 5761, SB 5931, * ESSB 5931, CH 43 (2011) PV
Information technology, misappropriated and used for manufacturing and sales, unfair competition statutes: HB 1495, * SHB 1495, CH 98 (2011), SB 5449, ESSB 5449
Innovate Washington, creation as state agency: * 2ESB 5764, CH 14 (2011) PV, SSB 5764
Innovation database and enewsletter, state technology center solicitation of contributions to support: SB 5736
Innovation industry grant program, establishment within innovate Washington: HB 2613
Innovation industry program, establishment within department of commerce: SHB 2613, SSB 5808, 2SSB 5808
Intuitive trade assistance web site, developing and maintaining: SB 5737
Laboratory equipment, business and occupation tax credit for donations to community and technical colleges: HB 1844, SB 5535
Lake Washington Technical College, renaming as Lake Washington Institute of Technology and expansion of programs: SB 5664, * SSB 5664, CH 118 (2011)
Marine industry, Northwest center of excellence for marine manufacturing and technology, convening: HB 2444
Spokane intercollegiate research and technology institute, abolishing, transfer of powers, duties, and functions to innovate Washington: * 2ESB 5764, CH 14 (2011) PV, SSB 5764
State technology center, provisions: HB 1551
State technology center, soliciting contributions to benefit innovation database and enewsletter: SB 5736
State trade web portal, developing and maintaining: SSB 5737
State universities, funding programs for state university technology commercialization: SB 5521
STEM teacher certification pilot program, creation and participation: SB 5725
Washington technology center, abolishing, transfer of powers, duties, and functions to innovate Washington: * 2ESB 5764, CH 14 (2011) PV, SSB 5764
TECHNOLOGY CENTER, STATE  (See TECHNOLOGY)
TELECOMMUNICATIONS  TELECOMMUNICATIONS RSS Feed
               
Antenna supporting tower structures, provision of structural engineering services by certain engineers: HB 1853, SHB 1853
Cell phone use, by state employees, policies: SB 6527
Cell phone use, chief information officer to develop state policy: HB 2504, SB 6527
Cellular communications, state agency use and costs, reducing: SB 6607, ESSB 6607
Contractors, telecommunications installations, assessment of one penalty for a single violation: SB 5720
Geolocation information, intercepting of, gross misdemeanor: HB 2816
K-20 telecommunications system, creation and role of K-20 operations cooperative: HB 1841, SHB 1841, SB 5761, SB 5931, * ESSB 5931, CH 43 (2011) PV
Local exchange companies, regulatory parity: HB 1587, SB 5615
Prepaid wireless enhanced 911 excise tax, imposing: HB 1724, SB 5348, SSB 5348
Rainier Connect, honoring centennial: * SR 8608 (2011)
Retail telecommunications services, authority of public utility districts, port districts, and cities and towns to provide: HB 1711
Telephone directories, publishers or distributors of commercial directories, customer opt-out procedure: HB 1751
Telephone service, local, clarifying sales tax exemption: HB 2128
Text messaging services, requesting state authority to regulate wireless companies: HJM 4014
Text messaging, deceptive billing practices by wireless providers, consumer protection: HB 2475
Texting, commercial vehicle drivers, traffic infraction: HB 2736, SHB 2736, SB 6534
Wireless service, distinguishing prepaid services from gift cards and gift certificates: * HB 1867, CH 213 (2011), SB 5696
TELEVISIONS  (See ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS)
TIMBER AND TIMBER INDUSTRIES  TIMBER AND TIMBER INDUSTRIES RSS Feed
               (See also FOREST LAND; FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS)
Fish and wildlife department, land managed by, sale of timber: SB 5438, SSB 5438
Timber tax distribution account, distribution calculations: HB 1427, SHB 1427
TIMBER LAND  (See FOREST LAND; TIMBER AND TIMBER INDUSTRIES)
TIME  TIME RSS Feed
               
Pacific standard time, adoption as time of state of Washington throughout calendar year: HB 2037
TITLE ONLY BILLS  TITLE ONLY BILLS RSS Feed
               
Criminal justice act of 2011: SB 5891, SB 5892
Criminal justice act of 2012: SB 6613
Discover pass act of 2011: HB 2528
Education act of 2011: SB 5895, SB 5896
Education act of 2012: SB 6622, SB 6625
Education programs, savings in: HB 2059
Fees necessary to support state programs: HB 2075
Fiscal matters: HB 2058
Fiscal matters act of 2011: SB 5883, SB 5884
Fiscal matters act of 2012: SB 6612
Funding capital projects: HB 2020
General government expenditures: HB 2060
Health care programs, savings in: HB 2062
Higher education act of 2011: SB 5897, SB 5898
Higher education programs, savings in: HB 2076
Human services act of 2011: SB 5887, SB 5888, SB 5889, SB 5890
Human services act of 2012: SB 6620, SB 6621
Long-term care expenditures, savings in: HB 2061
Natural resources act of 2011: SB 5893, SB 5894
Natural resources act of 2012: SB 6619
Prohibiting a child custody award to a suspect in an active murder investigation act of 2012: SB 6603
Public assistance programs, savings in: HB 2063
Public employee salary expenditures, savings in: HB 2064
Public employment act of 2011: SB 5899, SB 5900
Public pension financing, savings in: HB 2077
Revenue act of 2011: SB 5903, SB 5904
Revenue and taxation act of 2011: SB 5901, SB 5902
State government act of 2011: SB 5885, SB 5886
State government act of 2012: SB 6624
State liquor system: HB 2085
TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS  TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS RSS Feed
               (See also TAXES - CIGARETTE TAX; TAXES - TOBACCO PRODUCTS)
Cigar lounges, special license endorsements for tobacco products retailer licensees: HB 1683, SHB 1683, SB 5542, ESSB 5542, ESB 6623
Noncigarette tobacco products, sales restrictions and prohibitions, violations and penalties: HB 1246, SHB 1246, SB 5380
Roll your own cigarette machines, modifying various cigarette tax provisions, including tax stamp provisions: * 3E2SHB 2565, CH 4 (2012), ESB 6623
Roll your own cigarette machines, person operating or maintaining at retail establishment to be considered a manufacturer of cigarettes: HB 2565, SHB 2565, SB 6305
Roll your own tobacco machines, prohibiting at retail establishments: SB 6564
Smoking, prohibition in vehicles containing children: SB 5016
Tobacco cessation treatment, preventive benefit requirement: SB 5039, ESSB 5039
Tobacco settlement account, diverting certain funds to state general fund: HB 2072
Tobacco settlement authority, creation, including sale to authority of state's rights in tobacco litigation master settlement agreement: SB 6632
Tobacco usage prevention and treatment programs, use of cigarette tax revenues for: SB 6166
Tobacconist shops, retail, special license endorsements for tobacco products retailer licensees: HB 1683, SHB 1683, SB 5542, ESSB 5542, ESB 6623
TOBACCO PRODUCTS TAX  (See TAXES - TOBACCO PRODUCTS)
TOURISM COMMISSION  TOURISM COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Heritage, arts, and culture, department of, transfer of commission to department: HB 2033, SB 5768
TOWING AND TOW TRUCKS  (See BUSINESSES; MOTOR VEHICLES)
TRAFFIC  TRAFFIC RSS Feed
               
All-terrain vehicles, conditions for use on public roadways: HB 1203, HB 1619, SB 5366, ESSB 5366, E2SSB 5366
Bicycles, bicyclist and motorist mutual responsibilities: HB 1018, SB 5193
Bicycles, including bicycle and pedestrian curriculum in traffic safety education: * HB 1129, CH 17 (2011)
Cameras for traffic safety, adoption and approval by local legislative authorities: HB 1590
Cameras for traffic safety, authorization for, repealing: HB 1823
Cameras for traffic safety, provisions concerning review of pilot program and use of automated cameras: HB 1098, HB 1099
Cameras for traffic safety, requirements and use, including warnings: HB 1279, SHB 1279, SB 5301
Cameras for traffic safety, signage requirements for camera locations: HB 2270, SHB 2270
Cameras for traffic safety, terminating: SB 5716
Cameras for traffic safety, use at intersections with required yellow change interval durations: HB 1279, SHB 1279, HB 1590, SB 5188
Cameras for traffic safety, use at intersections with required yellow change interval durations and signs: SSB 5188, * E2SSB 5188, CH 85 (2012)
Cameras for traffic safety, use on school buses for detecting traffic infractions: SB 5540, * SSB 5540, CH 375 (2011)
Cameras for traffic safety, voter participation process for ordinances concerning: HB 2819
Combinations of vehicles, operation of, lawful operation provisions: * HB 1358, CH 230 (2011), HB 1941, SB 5260
Commute trip reduction program, exemptions from local option transportation tax for higher education institutions having: HB 1882, SB 5541, SSB 5541
Congestion reduction charge, for transit agency operational and capital funding needs: HB 1536, SB 5457
Congestion reduction charge, imposition by King county for transit agency operational and capital funding needs: * ESSB 5457, CH 373 (2011)
Express lanes, highways, commercial vehicles to be prohibited from using during peak hours: SB 5130
Four-wheel all-terrain vehicles, conditions for use on public roadways: HB 1203, SB 5366, E2SSB 5366
Golf cart zones, local government authority to adjust operational and equipment requirements: SB 6453, SSB 6453
Headlights, requiring use when windshield wipers in use: HB 2182, SB 5670
High occupancy vehicle lanes, use by plug-in electric vehicles: HB 2106
High occupancy vehicle lanes, use by private transportation providers: HB 1985, HB 1986, SHB 1986, SB 5836, * SSB 5836, CH 379 (2011), SB 5837, SSB 5837
Model traffic ordinance, repealing: SB 5851
Motorcycles, motorcycle safety education advisory board, frequency of meetings: HB 1833
Motorcycles, motorcycle safety education advisory board, provisions: SB 5578, SSB 5578
Motorcycles, off-road, authorizing limited use on highways: HB 1533
Motorcycles, off-road, authorizing use on roads and highways: SB 5800, * SSB 5800, CH 121 (2011)
Motorcycles, profiling by law enforcement, defining and addressing: HB 1333, SHB 1333, * ESB 5242, CH 49 (2011)
Motorcycles, removing certain helmet use requirements: HB 1984, SB 6308
Motorcycles, stopping and proceeding through traffic control signals: HB 1527
Motorcycles, suspension of certain statutory provisions when in parades or public demonstrations: HB 1328, * SHB 1328, CH 332 (2011), SB 5185, SSB 5185
Motorists, bicyclist and motorist mutual responsibilities: HB 1018, SB 5193
Off-road vehicles, operation on streets and highways, regulation by political subdivisions: HB 1578
Off-road vehicles, roads and highways for use by, designation by city or county: SB 5845
Off-road vehicles, roads and highways for use by, designation by county: SB 5166
Passengers in government or private employer's vehicle, unauthorized, limiting employer liability: HB 1719, * SHB 1719, CH 82 (2011)
Pedestrians, including bicycle and pedestrian curriculum in traffic safety education: * HB 1129, CH 17 (2011)
Pedestrians, responsibilities of bicyclists and motorists when approaching: HB 1018, SB 5193
Public transportation vehicle lanes, use by private transportation providers: HB 1985, HB 1986, SHB 1986, SB 5836, * SSB 5836, CH 379 (2011), SB 5837, SSB 5837
Signals, traffic control, allowing motorcycles to stop and proceed: HB 1527
Signals, traffic control, use of traffic safety cameras at intersections with required yellow change interval durations: SB 5188
Signals, traffic control, use of traffic safety cameras at intersections with required yellow change interval durations and signs: SSB 5188, * E2SSB 5188, CH 85 (2012)
Sobriety checkpoints, authorizing administrative sobriety checkpoint programs: HB 1912
Speed limits, nonarterial highways, authority of local authorities to set speed limits for certain highways: HB 1217, SHB 1217
Tow truck operators, allowing passengers to ride in vehicle on flatbed tow truck: SB 6340
Towing vehicles, vehicle combination requirements: HB 1941
Traffic safety education, allowing parent or guardian to provide to a minor: HB 1537
Traffic safety education, including bicycle and pedestrian safety curriculum: * HB 1129, CH 17 (2011)
Traffic safety education, revising school district and driver's licensing provisions: HB 1025
Traffic safety, promoting through regulation of yellow change interval and other matters: SB 5301
Traffic schools, city, town, or county, using fees collected for cost of attending: * HB 1473, CH 197 (2011)
Two or four-wheel all-terrain vehicles, conditions for use on public roadways: ESSB 5366
Vehicle miles traveled, reduction as part of transportation goals, eliminating restrictions: HB 1501
Vehicle prowling, second degree, class C felony in certain cases: SB 5154, ESSB 5154
TRAFFIC OFFENSES  TRAFFIC OFFENSES RSS Feed
               
Cameras for traffic safety, authorization for, repealing: HB 1823
Cameras for traffic safety, infractions generated by camera use to be considered traffic infractions: HB 1098, HB 1099
Cameras for traffic safety, requirements and use, including warnings and yellow change interval durations: HB 1279, SHB 1279, HB 1590, SB 5301
Cameras for traffic safety, signage requirements for camera locations: HB 2270, SHB 2270
Cameras for traffic safety, terminating: SB 5716
Cameras for traffic safety, use on school buses for detecting traffic infractions: SB 5540, * SSB 5540, CH 375 (2011)
Cameras for traffic safety, voter participation process for ordinances concerning: HB 2819
Child in vehicle when alcohol- or drug-related offenses committed, provisions: HB 2302, * ESHB 2302, CH 42 (2012), SB 6243
Child restraint systems, failing to wear, admissibility in a civil action: SB 5384
Collector vehicle license plates, traffic infraction for false or facsimile plate: * SHB 1933, CH 243 (2011)
Commercial vehicle drivers, texting as traffic infraction: HB 2736, SHB 2736, SB 6534
Commercial vehicles, operated by motor carrier with revoked registration, confiscation of license plates by law enforcement: * HB 2459, CH 70 (2012), SB 6206
Detained persons, determination of immigration status before release: HB 1892
Driving under the influence of marijuana, creating new THC concentration threshold: SI 502, HI 502
Driving under the influence, accidents due to, recovery of damages by uninsured motorist: HB 1827
Driving under the influence, damages caused by impaired drivers, extending time to enforce civil judgments: HB 2176, SHB 2176, SB 6001
Driving under the influence, determination of driver's citizenship status: SB 5338, SB 6436
Driving under the influence, eliminating seven-year provision for prior offenses: HB 1743
Driving under the influence, establishing DUI courts and victim impact panels: HB 1167, SHB 1167, * E2SHB 1789, CH 293 (2011)
Driving under the influence, fees for requesting formal hearing when alcohol concentration found to be elevated: * ESSB 6150, CH 80 (2012)
Driving under the influence, felony, increasing prior offenses required: HB 1557
Driving under the influence, felony, prior offenses to include comparable convictions: HB 1113
Driving under the influence, felony, two or more prior offenses in past seven years: HB 1623
Driving under the influence, first-time offenders, increasing penalties: HB 1556, SHB 1556
Driving under the influence, impaired drivers, increasing accountability: HB 2443, SHB 2443, * 2SHB 2443, CH 183 (2012)
Driving under the influence, license suspension or revocation due to, blocking in certain cases involving clerical errors: * SB 6030, CH 28 (2012)
Driving under the influence, medical marijuana patients, protecting unimpaired patients from impaired driving prosecution: HB 2454
Driving under the influence, prior offenses, ignition interlock devices, and related matters: HB 1789, SHB 1789, * E2SHB 1789, CH 293 (2011)
Driving under the influence, prior offenses, THC concentrations, ignition interlock devices, and related matters: HB 1648
Driving under the influence, requiring special license plates for persons convicted of certain DUI-related offenses: HB 1955
Driving under the influence, twelve-hour impound hold: HB 1017, SHB 1017, 2SHB 1017, SB 5000, SSB 5000, * E2SSB 5000, CH 167 (2011)
Driving under the influence, with child in vehicle, provisions: HB 2302, * ESHB 2302, CH 42 (2012)†, SB 6243
Driving while license is suspended or revoked, driver being held to answer in any court upon filing of an information by prosecuting attorney: HB 1528, SB 5195
Driving while license is suspended or revoked, driver to be referred to prosecuting attorney: * SSB 5195, CH 46 (2011)
Electric vehicle charging stations, penalties for parking in when not connected to electrical outlet: SB 6380
Farm vehicles, impoundment, prohibiting under certain conditions: SB 5570
Fines, payment of traffic fines, creating civil collection process for unpaid fines: HB 2680, SB 6284, SSB 6284, * E2SSB 6284, CH 82 (2012)
Habitual traffic offenders, removing certified mail requirement for sending notifications to: SB 6349
Hailey's law, twelve-hour impound hold for driving under the influence: * E2SSB 5000, CH 167 (2011)
Ignition interlock drivers' licenses, allowing certain people to apply for, requirements: SB 6489, SSB 6489
Impaired drivers, damages caused by, extending time to enforce civil judgments: HB 2176, SHB 2176, SB 6001
Impaired drivers, increasing accountability: HB 2443, SHB 2443, * 2SHB 2443, CH 183 (2012)
Infractions, additional monetary penalty: SB 5928
Infractions, fee to be assessed for deposit in the crime victims' services account: SB 6389, SSB 6389
Infractions, fee to be assessed for deposit in the state DNA database account: HB 2588, SHB 2588, SB 6478
Infractions, payment plans for, provisions: HB 1483, * SHB 1483, CH 233 (2011)
Infractions, penalties, prohibiting suspension by district or municipal court: SB 6067
Juveniles, traffic charges against any minor, providing record of charges to juvenile court: ESSB 6455
Lawful presence in United States, determination of status of detained persons before release: HB 1892
Model traffic ordinance, repealing: SB 5851
Moving violation, department of licensing and others to define: SSB 6284, * E2SSB 6284, CH 82 (2012)
Negligent driving in second degree with vulnerable user victim, procedures and penalties: HB 1339, SHB 1339, SB 5326, * SSB 5326, CH 372 (2011)
Offenders, habitual, mailing notices of revocation of license by first-class mail: HB 2400
Safety belt assemblies, failing to wear, admissibility in a civil action: SB 5384
Signals, traffic control signal violations, amount of fine when detected using automated traffic safety camera: SB 5188, SSB 5188, * E2SSB 5188, CH 85 (2012)
Smoking in vehicles containing children, prohibition: SB 5016
Sobriety checkpoints, authorizing administrative sobriety checkpoint programs: HB 1912
Television viewers in motor vehicles, traffic infraction provisions: HB 1103, * SHB 1103, CH 368 (2011)
Texting, commercial vehicle drivers, traffic infraction: HB 2736, SHB 2736, SB 6534
TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION  TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Qualified victim impact panels, registry of, commission to develop and maintain: SHB 1167, * E2SHB 1789, CH 293 (2011)
TRAFFIC SAFETY EDUCATION  (See TRAFFIC)
TRANSPORTATION  TRANSPORTATION RSS Feed
               (See also AERONAUTICS; FERRIES; MOTOR VEHICLES; PUBLIC TRANSIT; RAILROADS; ROADS AND HIGHWAYS)
Additive transportation funding, adoption: HB 2053, SB 5925
Armored vehicles, employees working in, exemption from meal and rest period requirements: HB 1824
Bicyclists, consideration of needs when designing various transportation projects: HB 1700, * SHB 1700, CH 67 (2012)
Budget, 2009-2011 and 2011-2013: * ESHB 1175, CH 367 (2011) PV, SSB 5176
Budget, 2011-2013: HB 1175, SB 5176
Budget, supplemental 2009-2011: HB 1174, SB 5175
Budget, supplemental 2011-2013: HB 2190, * ESHB 2190, CH 86 (2012) PV, SB 5992, SSB 5992
Budgets, requirements, department to present proposed budget to legislature biennially: HB 1747, SB 5128, SSB 5128, 2SSB 5128
Bus rapid transit, local planning requirements when part of high capacity transportation system planning: * EHB 1171, CH 127 (2011)
Columbia river, interstate 5 Columbia river crossing project, designation as eligible toll facility: HB 2676, SHB 2676, SB 6445, * ESSB 6445, CH 36 (2012)
Commercial vehicle drivers, revising penalties for out-of-service order violations: SB 5686
Evergreen Point bridge, state route number 520, permitting and construction for replacement of certain elements of bridge: * EHB 2814, CH 84 (2012)
Evergreen Point bridge, state route number 520, permitting for replacement of certain elements of bridge: HB 2787, SHB 2787, SB 6599
Facilities, intrusive searches by public officials, citizen complaints and statutory prohibitions: SB 6432
Fees for drivers and motor vehicles, adjustments for transportation services cost recovery: HB 2053, ESHB 2053, SB 5925
Fees, designation for highway purposes, constitutional amendment to require two-thirds majority to modify: SHJR 4228
For hire vehicles and for hire vehicle operators, provisions: HB 1367, * ESHB 1367, CH 190 (2011), SB 5498, SSB 5498
Funding ferry system and other transportation purposes through narrowing of nonresident sales and use tax exemption: HB 1352, SB 5698
Funding for transportation services, adjustments to fees for drivers and motor vehicles to provide: HB 2053, ESHB 2053, SB 5925
Health of citizens, improvement of, to be included in state transportation system policy goals: HB 2370
Heavy haul industrial corridor, movement of overweight vehicles, designation of state route number 97: * SB 5589, CH 115 (2011)
Heavy haul industrial corridor, movement of overweight vehicles, limiting applicability on portion of state route number 509: HB 2476
High capacity transportation systems, bus rapid transit component, planning requirements: * EHB 1171, CH 127 (2011)
High capacity transportation systems, converting or appropriating existing highway capacity, planning requirements: ESB 5205
High capacity transportation systems, rail fixed guideway component, planning requirements: * EHB 1171, CH 127 (2011), ESB 5205
Highways and streets, contracts involving, relying on contract bond for protection and payment of claims and taxes: HB 1384, * SHB 1384, CH 231 (2011)
Interstate 90, tolls imposed and revenue collected on, limiting use to I-90 floating bridge project: HB 2575
Limousine carriers, regulation, operations, and safety: SB 5502, * SSB 5502, CH 374 (2011)
Limousine operators, industrial insurance and other provisions: HB 1367, * ESHB 1367, CH 190 (2011), SB 5498, SSB 5498
Motorcycles, adding motorcycles to certain parking, high occupancy lane, and limited access facility provisions: SSB 6304
Motorcycles, adding motorcycles to certain parking, high occupancy lane, limited access facility, and tolling provisions: SB 6304
Nontoll transportation projects, implementing public-private partnership best practices: SB 5771
Park and ride lots, commercial activity at, leases: SB 5791, * SSB 5791, CH 378 (2011)
Pedestrians, consideration of needs when designing various transportation projects: HB 1700, * SHB 1700, CH 67 (2012)
Petroleum products, fees on barrels of, constitutional amendment to add revenues to exclusive fund for highways: HJR 4228
Planning, statewide, long-range plan requirements: HB 1747, SB 5128, SSB 5128, 2SSB 5128
Port of entry, requiring certain vehicles transporting cattle to stop at port of entry upon entering state through certain counties: * ESHB 1922, CH 242 (2011)
Projects, pairing compensatory mitigation of wetlands and aquatic habitat with existing environmental programs: HB 2238, SHB 2238, * E2SHB 2238, CH 62 (2012), SB 6093, SSB 6093
Public transportation grant program and account, creation: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012)
Rail fixed guideway systems, local planning requirements when part of high capacity transportation system planning: * EHB 1171, CH 127 (2011), ESB 5205
Rail service property, surplus state-owned, sale or lease: HB 1861, * SHB 1861, CH 161 (2011) PV
Railroad cranes and crane operators, revising safety regulations: SB 5760
Regional mobility grant program, establishing to aid public higher education institutions: HB 1882, SB 5541, SSB 5541
Rest areas, joint safety rest area demonstration project, department of transportation to pursue: SB 6409
Rest areas, leases with private commercial entities to conduct business at state-owned safety rest areas: SB 5218
Rest areas, private-entity operation of state-owned safety rest areas: HB 1630
Revenue for transportation operations and maintenance, funding through multiple sources: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012), SHB 2660, SB 6455
Revenue for transportation, increasing various motor vehicle fees: ESSB 6455
Revenue from vehicle license fees and motor vehicle weight fee, distribution to various accounts: SB 6455
Revenue from vehicle license fees, distribution to various accounts: * EHB 2660, CH 74 (2012)
Ride-sharing programs, disclosure of participant personal information, implementation of sunshine committee recommendations: SB 5049, SSB 5049, 2SSB 5049
Road user future funding task force, establishment: HB 2704, SHB 2704
State transportation operations and maintenance account, creation: SHB 2660, SB 6455
Taxicab operators, industrial insurance and other provisions: HB 1367, * ESHB 1367, CH 190 (2011), SB 5498, SSB 5498
Taxicab transportation services, regulation of fares: HB 2001, SB 5850
Toll facilities, eligible, combining facilities to create a system of eligible toll facilities: HB 2675, SB 6444
Toll facilities, eligible, designating interstate 5 Columbia river crossing project as an eligible toll facility: HB 2676, SHB 2676, SB 6445, * ESSB 6445, CH 36 (2012)
Toll facilities, state route number 520 corridor, legislative approval of toll charge schedule: HB 1887, SB 5700, * SSB 5700, CH 377 (2011) PV
Toll facilities, Tacoma Narrows bridge, approving photo toll schedule: HB 1887, SB 5700, * SSB 5700, CH 377 (2011) PV
Toll facilities, use of toll revenue exclusively for highway purposes: SB 5416, SJR 8210
Tolls, inactive and closed toll accounts, administrative fee for: HB 2773
Tolls, limiting use to roadways where tolls and charges are collected: HB 2575
Transit modes, consideration of needs when designing various transportation projects: * SHB 1700, CH 67 (2012)
Transit service mitigation account and grant program, establishment: SB 6455
Transit service overlay zones, establishment: HB 2601, SHB 2601
Transportation benefit districts, annual local option transportation tax fee, distribution of revenues: HB 2659, SHB 2659, SB 6451, SSB 6451
Transportation benefit districts, local transportation revenue options: SB 6582, ESSB 6582
Transportation benefit districts, optional rebate program for low-income individuals: * ESB 6215, CH 152 (2012)
Transportation benefit districts, restrictions on collection of sales tax by: SB 6410
Transportation benefit districts, vehicle fee, adjusting amount certain districts may impose: HB 2728, HB 2751, SHB 2751, SB 6521
Transportation improvement account, implementation of small city program within: SB 5797, * SSB 5797, CH 120 (2011)
Transportation innovative partnerships act, repealing: SB 6350
Transportation providers, private, using high occupancy and public transportation vehicle lanes: HB 1985, HB 1986, SHB 1986, SB 5836, * SSB 5836, CH 379 (2011), SB 5837, SSB 5837
Transportation providers, private, using park and ride lots: HB 1986, SHB 1986, SB 5837, SSB 5837
Urban arterial trust account, elimination: SB 5797, * SSB 5797, CH 120 (2011)
Vehicle miles traveled, reduction as part of transportation goals, eliminating restrictions: HB 1501
Weigh stations, requiring certain vehicles transporting cattle to stop for inspection and weight measurement: HB 1922
Workforce development, coordinating with apprenticeship and training council: HB 2673, * SHB 2673, CH 66 (2012)
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Express toll lanes, system for I-405 and SR-167 corridor, commission to conduct traffic and revenue analysis: * EHB 1382, CH 369 (2011)
Ferry fares, commission to impose vessel replacement surcharge on ferry fares: * 2ESSB 5742, CH 16 (2011) PV
Ferry tariff review committee, creation by commission: SSB 6518
Ferry vessel replacement surcharge, commission to impose: HB 2079
Nontoll transportation projects, implementing public-private partnership best practices: SB 5771
Transportation innovative partnerships act, repealing: SB 6350
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Agency council on coordinated transportation, extending expiration date of council: HB 1979, SHB 1979, SB 5817
Agency council on coordinated transportation, provisions concerning membership, biennial work plan, and repealed statutes: HB 2725
Alaskan way viaduct and Seattle seawall replacement project, expert review panel to update previous work: SB 5785, SSB 5785
Bicyclists, consideration of needs when designing various transportation projects: HB 1700, * SHB 1700, CH 67 (2012)
Bridges, state boundary bridge, department role in proposal and construction process: HB 1383, SB 5444
Complete streets grant program, establishment by department: HB 1071, * ESHB 1071, CH 257 (2011)
Coordinated transportation, agency council on, extending expiration date of council: HB 1979, SHB 1979, SB 5817
Diversity in highway construction workforce, department role in increasing: HB 2673, * SHB 2673, CH 66 (2012)
Express toll lanes, system for I-405 and SR-167 corridor, department to conduct traffic and revenue analysis: SB 5490
Ferry and toll bridge system, preferential hiring of veterans: SB 6457, SSB 6457
Ferry system, comprehensive reform through ferry reform and accountability act: HB 1830
Ferry system, department role in privatizing: HB 1119
Ferry system, department to develop comprehensive incident, accident, and machinery casualty investigation policy and procedures proposal: HB 2655
Ferry system, department to impose vessel replacement surcharge on ferry fares: SB 5742
Ferry system, management of, use of performance criteria and independent assessment services: SSB 5406
Ferry system, management of, use of performance criteria and performance targets: SHB 1516
Ferry system, management of, use of performance criteria and private management services contracting: HB 1516, SB 5406
Funding for transportation services, adjustments to fees for drivers and motor vehicles to provide: HB 2053, ESHB 2053, SB 5925
Highway construction, design-build procedures, adjusting provision concerning awarding of contracts by department: SB 5250, SSB 5250, E2SSB 5250
Marine division, preferential hiring of veterans by: SB 6457, SSB 6457
Nontoll transportation projects, implementing public-private partnership best practices: SB 5771
Park and ride lots, commercial activity at, department or local transit agency leases: SB 5791, * SSB 5791, CH 378 (2011)
Pedestrians, consideration of needs when designing various transportation projects: HB 1700, * SHB 1700, CH 67 (2012)
Planning, department and commission duties as part of long-range statewide transportation plan requirements: HB 1747, SB 5128, SSB 5128, 2SSB 5128
Police services, for state highway routes and public safety services, interagency agreements: HB 1411, SB 5255
Program delivery, requiring assessments of department's management, accountability, and performance system: SB 5344
Public transportation systems, status of, department to prepare annual report: HB 1967, * ESHB 1967, CH 371 (2011) PV, SB 5796, SSB 5796
Railroad properties owned by state, surplus not needed for rail service, sale or lease by department: HB 1861, * SHB 1861, CH 161 (2011) PV
Regional mobility grant program, establishing to aid public higher education institutions: HB 1882, SB 5541, SSB 5541
Rest areas, department development of program to allow private-entity operation of state-owned safety rest areas: HB 1630
Rest areas, department leases with private commercial entities to conduct business at state-owned safety rest areas: SB 5218
Rest areas, joint safety rest area demonstration project, department to pursue: SB 6409
Rhynalds, Billy "Bud," recognizing: * SR 8609 (2011)
Rhynalds, Billy, recognizing: * HR 4606 (2011)
Rural mobility grant program, department to establish: HB 1897, * SHB 1897, CH 272 (2011)
Search and rescue, aerial, transferring from aviation division to military department: SB 6430
Speed limits, reductions by secretary, imposing prior investigation time limit: SB 5252, SSB 5252
State patrol, interagency agreements with department for police services, overtime compensation: HB 1411, SB 5255
State route number 523, department to undertake a corridor study: HB 1917
Storm water control facilities, rates and charges with respect to highway rights-of-way: HB 2733, SHB 2733
Transit modes, consideration of needs when designing various transportation projects: * SHB 1700, CH 67 (2012)
Transit service mitigation grant program, department to establish: SB 6455
Transportation property, surplus, procedures for sale or exchange of real property by department: SB 5658, * SSB 5658, CH 376 (2011)
Transportation property, surplus, right of repurchase for former owner when property was acquired by condemnation: HB 1441
Web site of department, authority to sell internet advertisements to increase revenue: HB 1288
Workforce development, coordinating with apprenticeship and training council: HB 2673, * SHB 2673, CH 66 (2012)
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Accounts, investment of funds in certain accounts, transferring to treasurer: * EHB 2620, CH 187 (2012)
Economic and revenue forecast council, adding treasurer to membership: HB 2827
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Limited liability company, conversion of trust company to, allowing under certain conditions: HB 1466, * SB 5375, CH 52 (2011)
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