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Cannabis products, crime-related use or possession prohibitions, role in general sentencing provisions: HB 2206, SB 5966, SSB 5966
Cannabis, medical use, amending provisions: HB 1084, HB 1662, HB 2233, SB 5528, SSB 5528, SB 5887, SSB 5887, 2SSB 5887, E3SSB 5887
Cannabis, medical use, levying marijuana excise tax to be collected from medical cannabis dispensaries: HB 1789
Cannabis, medical use, levying medical cannabis excise tax on wholesale sales of dried cannabis to processor or dispensary: SB 5887
Cannabis, medical use, Ric Smith memorial act: HB 1084
Cannabis, recreational and medical, state cannabis industry coordinating committee, establishment: ESSB 6542
Cannabis, recreational industry, state cannabis industry coordinating committee, establishment: SB 6542
Controlled substances act, certain provisions, state preemption of local government laws and ordinances: SHB 2144, HB 2638
Controlled substances, crime-related use or possession prohibitions, role in general sentencing provisions: HB 2206, SB 5966, SSB 5966
Controlled substances, possession without prescription, downgrading to misdemeanor: HB 2116
Dextromethorphan, finished drug products containing, retail sale requirements: HB 2163, SHB 2163, * 2SHB 2163, CH 64 (2014), SB 6032
Driving under the influence, comprehensive amendments to provisions, including adding of marijuana and THC in certain cases: HB 1482, SHB 1482, HB 2030, SHB 2030, SB 5912, SSB 5912, * E2SSB 5912, CH 35 (2013)
Driving under the influence, creating 24/7 alcohol/drug monitoring, revolving account, and program: SHB 2030
Driving under the influence, creating statewide 24/7 sobriety program and 24/7 sobriety account: HB 2030, SB 5912
Driving under the influence, creating statewide 24/7 sobriety program and pilot project and 24/7 sobriety account: SSB 5912, * E2SSB 5912, CH 35 (2013)
Driving under the influence, eliminating ten-year look back periods from class C felony criteria: HB 2085
Driving under the influence, extending time periods for relevance of prior offenses: HB 2701, SB 6085, SSB 6085
Driving under the influence, prior offense, expanding definition for sentencing: * SB 6413, CH 100 (2014)
Driving under the influence, probable cause for arresting and taking into custody without warrant: HB 2083
Driving under the influence, reducing prior offense threshold for class C felony: HB 2084, SB 6090
Driving under the influence, requiring impaired driving offenders to pay costs of incarceration: SB 5951
Driving under the influence, serving certain sentences consecutively with ignition-interlock device-related violations: * SB 6415, CH 101 (2014)
Driving under the influence, Washington impaired driving work group, establishment: SHB 2030
Drug courts, authority to establish, expanding to include all jurisdictions: * SB 5797, CH 257 (2013)
Drug courts, authority to merge with DUI and mental health courts, expanding to include all jurisdictions: * SB 5797, CH 257 (2013)
Drug courts, definition of, including family treatment courts in: HB 1834
Family treatment courts, including in definition of drug courts: HB 1834
Health departments, local, drug and device dispensing policies and procedures: EHB 1538
Hydrocodone combination products, allowing use by optometrists: HB 2173, SB 6038
Marijuana, adding marijuana and THC to various driving under the influence provisions: HB 1482, SHB 1482, HB 2030, SHB 2030, SB 5912, SSB 5912, * E2SSB 5912, CH 35 (2013)
Marijuana, creating Washington publicly owned trust and trust commission: SB 5955
Marijuana, crime-related cannabis product use or possession prohibitions, role in general sentencing provisions: HB 2206, SB 5966, SSB 5966
Marijuana, criminal acts by or with minors, new provisions: HB 2706, SHB 2706, SSB 6158
Marijuana, dedicated local jurisdiction marijuana fund, creation: HB 2566
Marijuana, definitions, clarifying to clearly exclude industrial hemp: HB 2767
Marijuana, environmental impacts of various means of producing, liquor control board to consult with department of ecology to examine: HB 1992
Marijuana, excise tax revenues, distribution for Puget Sound ferries and Tacoma Narrows toll bridge facility: HB 2772
Marijuana, excise tax revenues, distribution to cities and counties: HB 2566, HB 2732, HB 2772, SB 6393
Marijuana, excise tax revenues, redirecting certain revenues to low-income health care: HB 2793
Marijuana, exhibiting effects of having consumed, including in negligent driving in first degree provisions: HB 2028
Marijuana, legal marketplace for, regulation by liquor control board, deleting certain fees and fines: HB 2000
Marijuana, legal marketplace for, technical changes to facilitate liquor control board creation of regulatory scheme: HB 2000
Marijuana, licensed commercial recreational marijuana businesses, prohibiting local governments from impeding: HB 2322
Marijuana, local control over marijuana commerce act, authorizing prohibition of production and retail facilities: HB 2510
Marijuana, local control over marijuana use and possession act, authorizing prohibition of possession: HB 2509
Marijuana, marijuana excise tax, from marijuana sales, depositing revenue in dedicated local jurisdiction marijuana fund: HB 2144, SHB 2144
Marijuana, medical marijuana system, aligning with recreational marijuana system: SSB 5887, 2SSB 5887, E3SSB 5887, SB 6178, SSB 6178, 2SSB 6178
Marijuana, medical use, levying medical cannabis excise tax on wholesale sales of dried cannabis to processor or dispensary: SB 5887
Marijuana, medical use, provider and patient permits to grow or provide: HB 2511
Marijuana, medical use, sales and use tax exemptions for purchases by qualifying patients: HB 2198, SHB 2198, 2SHB 2198
Marijuana, medical, amending provisions: HB 1084, HB 1662, HB 2233, SB 5528, SSB 5528, SB 5887, SSB 5887, 2SSB 5887, E3SSB 5887, SB 6178, SSB 6178, 2SSB 6178
Marijuana, medical, legal amounts left at retail stores holding pharmacy license, notification and disposal requirements: * EHB 1808, CH 133 (2013)
Marijuana, medical, levying marijuana excise tax to be collected from medical cannabis dispensaries: HB 1789
Marijuana, medical, revising and renaming Washington state medical use of cannabis act: HB 2149, SHB 2149, E2SHB 2149
Marijuana, misdemeanor offenses, vacating of, conditions and exceptions: HB 1661, SHB 1661
Marijuana, production and producers, exemption from certain agricultural statutes: * SB 6505, CH 140 (2014)
Marijuana, prohibiting purchases of marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia with public assistance electronic benefit cards: ESSB 5279
Marijuana, property taxation of marijuana-related trademarks, trade names, brand names, patents, and copyrights: HB 1976
Marijuana, purchase by minors, specifying criminal acts and penalties: HB 2303, SB 6158, SSB 6158
Marijuana, purchase by minors, using certain minors in controlled purchase compliance check programs: HB 2303, SB 6158
Marijuana, recreational and medical, state cannabis industry coordinating committee, establishment: ESSB 6542
Marijuana, recreational industry, state cannabis industry coordinating committee, establishment: SB 6542
Marijuana, recreational sales of, creating system for taxation and tracking of sales: HB 2786
Marijuana, recreational use industry, delaying use of tax preferences by: HB 2409, * SB 6505, CH 140 (2014)
Marijuana, recreational use system, aligning medical marijuana system with: SSB 5887, 2SSB 5887, E3SSB 5887, SB 6178, SSB 6178, 2SSB 6178
Marijuana, recreational, tax stamp system for sale of: HB 2411
Marijuana, regulating licensing of producers, preferring and incentivizing rural area production operations on unenclosed outdoor agricultural lands: HB 1991
Marijuana, requesting that drug enforcement administration reclassify as schedule II drug: SJM 8000, SSJM 8000, SJM 8010
Marijuana, retail licenses and permits, obtaining by persons convicted of automated sales suppression device or phantom ware use, prohibitions: SB 6543
Marijuana, retail licenses, endorsement to sell to medical and recreational marijuana users: E3SSB 5887
Marijuana, retail licenses, endorsement to sell to medical marijuana users: SSB 5887, 2SSB 5887, SB 6178, SSB 6178, 2SSB 6178
Marijuana, retail licenses, to include processing and processors: HB 2304, SB 6160, SSB 6160
Marijuana, retail licenses, to include processing and processors and marijuana concentrates: * ESHB 2304, CH 192 (2014)
Marijuana, statutory provisions, state preemption of local government laws and ordinances: SHB 2144, HB 2638
Marijuana, technical corrections to marijuana law: HB 1597
Marijuana, THC concentration, correcting definition of: * EHB 2056, CH 116 (2013)
Marijuana, THC concentration, directing that HB 2056 correcting definition be considered: * HCR 4405 (2013)
Marijuana, use by offender during community custody: SB 5010, SSB 5010
Prescription drug manufacturers, participation in prescription donation for uninsured persons, including immunity provisions: HB 1382, SHB 1382, SB 5148, * SSB 5148, CH 260 (2013)
Prescription drugs and devices, duty of pharmacy to facilitate delivery, requirements: SB 5934
Prescription drugs and devices, pharmacy duty to refer patient to another pharmacy in certain cases, requirements: SB 5934
Prescription drugs and supplies, donated, authorizing dispensing to uninsured persons: HB 1382, SHB 1382, SB 5148, * SSB 5148, CH 260 (2013)
Prescription drugs, controlled substances, electronic communication of prescription or refill authorization: HB 1155, SHB 1155, SB 5416, * SSB 5416, CH 276 (2013)
Prescription drugs, direct patient-provider practices: HB 1480, * ESHB 1480, CH 126 (2013), SB 5539
Prescription drugs, including daily cost-sharing rate, medication synchronization, and prorated dispensing fees: SB 6367
Prescription drugs, insurer or utilization review entity clinical review criteria, allowing off-label uses and repeat prescriptions: HB 1943
Prescription drugs, legend drug act, including pharmacists: * HB 1182, CH 71 (2013), SHB 1182
Prescription drugs, mental health prescriptions, assuring inclusion in patient's electronic medical record: SB 6360
Prescription drugs, ninety-day supply limit, placing conditions on dispensing in keeping with: HB 1583, SB 5459, * SSB 5459, CH 262 (2013)
Prescription drugs, prior authorization process, work group to develop criteria for streamlining: * E2SSB 5267, CH 215 (2013)
Prescription drugs, through medicaid managed care, enrollee comprehensive medication management: SSB 5213, * 2SSB 5213, CH 261 (2013)
Prescription drugs, through medicaid managed care, enrollee comprehensive medication management process: HB 1637
Prescription drugs, through medicaid managed care, enrollee prescription review process: SB 5213
Prescription drugs, warehousing and reselling, repealing preferential business and occupation tax rate to provide basic education and higher education funding: ESHB 2034, HB 2038, ESHB 2038
Prescription drugs, warehousing and reselling, repealing preferential business and occupation tax rate to provide basic education funding: HB 2796, SB 6574
Prescription monitoring database, access for clinical laboratories: EHB 1593, SB 5772
Prescription monitoring program, department of health, funding program entirely from medicaid fraud penalty account: * HB 1565, CH 36 (2013), SB 5493
Prescription monitoring program, department of health, integrating into coordinated care electronic tracking program: SB 5554
Prescriptions written by physician and osteopathic physician assistants in other states, authorizing pharmacies to fill: HB 1596, SB 5524, * SSB 5524, CH 12 (2013)
Uniform controlled substances act, revising definition of THC concentration for purposes of: * EHB 2056, CH 116 (2013)