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Ammunition, parts, and accessories, increasing availability through Washington state firearms ammunition, parts, and accessories jobs act: HB 2020
Animals, attacks by aggressive violent animals, right of self-defense: HB 2664
Assault weapons, prohibiting of and conditions for manufacture, possession, purchase, sale, and transfer: SB 5737
Background checks, consolidating statewide involuntary commitment information at department of licensing and state patrol for purposes of: SB 5282
Background checks, consolidating statewide involuntary commitment information for firearm background check purposes, work group to make proposal: * SSB 5282, CH 216 (2013)
Background checks, extending to all gun sales and transfers: SI 594, HI 594
Background checks, prohibiting without uniform national standard: SI 591, HI 591
Background checks, various provisions: HB 1588, SHB 1588, HB 1839, SHB 1839, SB 5282, * SSB 5282, CH 216 (2013), SB 5625, SB 5711, SI 591, HI 591, SI 594, HI 594
Children, allowing unauthorized firearm access to a child, criminal provisions: SB 5485
Clay targets, purchased and provided by nonprofit gun clubs, sales and use tax exemptions: SB 5831, SSB 5831, * ESSB 5882, CH 13 (2013)
Concealed pistol license, surrender of, role of parties in commitment orders and notification requirements: SB 6245, SSB 6245
Confiscation of firearms, prohibiting without due process: SI 591, HI 591
Dealers, firearm deliveries to law enforcement officers, requirements: HB 2502, SB 6416
Defensive force, including deadly force, right to use in certain cases: HB 2324
Drive-by shooting, adding to list of most serious offenses: HB 1730
Emergency, state of, prohibiting placing of restrictions on firearm possession, sale, or use during: HB 2551
Firearm-related injury and death prevention education program, creation, with funding from firearm retail sale fee: HB 1703
Firearms accident prevention, developing program of instruction for K-12 students: SB 5660
Firearms accident prevention, Eddie Eagle GunSafe program, use in schools of instructional materials from: SB 5660, SJM 8006
Firearms safety and violence reduction in relation to public health and safety, task force on, legislature to convene: SB 5714
Gangs, criminal street gang associate or member, including in unlawful possession in first degree provisions: HB 1729
Gun locks, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1703
Juvenile firearm offenders, evidence- and research-based interventions: HB 2164, * ESHB 2164, CH 117 (2014)
Juvenile firearms and weapons crimes, provisions: HB 1096, SHB 1096, SB 5376, SSB 5376
Less lethal weapon, peace officers using, immunity from liability: HB 1678
Manufacturers of ammunition, parts, and accessories, exemption from business license and corporation and limited liability company fees: HB 2020
Mental health courts, defendants, refraining from firearm possession and surrendering concealed pistol license: SB 5478
National Rifle Association special license plates, creating: SB 5604
Offenders, registration requirements and crime of failure to register as felony firearm offender: * SHB 1612, CH 183 (2013)
Offenders, registration requirements and crime of failure to register as firearm offender: HB 1612
Parks, laws and ordinances restricting firearm possession in parks or recreational facilities, authority of municipalities to enact: SB 5739
Pistols, concealed pistol license, renewal notice procedures: HB 1318
Possession, surrender requirements and prohibitions, certain persons subject to certain protection or related orders: HB 1840, * ESHB 1840, CH 111 (2014)
Reckless endangerment, storing or leaving loaded firearm where child can and does gain access to it: HB 1676, SB 5710
Rifles, short-barreled, possessing, transporting, acquiring, or transferring when legal under federal law: HB 1561, * SB 5956, CH 201 (2014)
Rifles, short-barreled, state and federal law consistency: HB 2475
Rights, restoration of civil rights, use of vacated record of domestic violence in criminal prosecutions, limiting: SB 6066
Rights, restoration of, denying to person involuntarily committed for mental health treatment in certain cases: SB 5635
Safe storage, requirements for dealers in connection with, violations and penalties: HB 1676
Safe storage, requirements for, in relation to reckless endangerment: HB 1676, SB 5710
Safekeeping of firearms with law enforcement, voluntary temporary, establishing process for: SB 5479
Safer schools act of 2013, authorizing permanent employees to possess firearms on school grounds in some cases: HB 1788
Sale of firearms, by unlicensed person to another unlicensed person, background check requirements: HB 1588, SHB 1588, SB 5625, SB 5711
Sale or transfer, exempting purchaser from criminal background check when producing law enforcement officer credentials or identification: SHB 1839
Sale or transfer, exempting purchaser from criminal background check when producing valid concealed pistol license: HB 1839, SHB 1839
Sales of firearms, fee on each retail sale, levying and collecting: HB 1703
Sales, firearms and ammunition, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2529
Schools, prohibiting firearms on school premises or transportation, expanding exemptions: HB 1908
Sentencing for crimes, certain firearm sentencing enhancements to be doubled if body armor was worn: HB 1907, HB 2704, SB 5119, SSB 5119, SB 6025
Shooting ranges, sport, protecting ranges and range owners and operators: HB 1184, SB 6198
Shotguns, short-barreled, state and federal law consistency: HB 2475
Unlawful possession in first degree, adding to list of most serious offenses: HB 1731
Unlawful possession in first degree, amending provisions: HB 1147, HB 1729, HB 1731
Unlawful possession in second degree, to include certain persons subject to certain protection or related orders: HB 1840, * ESHB 1840, CH 111 (2014)
Washington state firearms ammunition, parts, and accessories jobs act: HB 2020
Washington state firearms freedom act of 2013: HB 1371
Washington state gun and ammunition sales tax exemption act: HB 2529