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ABORTION  ABORTION RSS Feed
               
Abortion care, equal rights to access, regardless of gender/gender identity/race/ethnicity/income level/etc.: * EHB 1851, CH 65 (2022), SB 5766
Down syndrome, abortion or attempted abortion due to, prohibiting: HB 1008, SB 5416
Down syndrome, attending physician reporting duties in relation to: HB 1008, SB 5416
Financial responsibility/funds expenditure, when minor is under age 16, prohibiting without parent/guardian consent: HB 2041
Gestational age/fetal heartbeat, limiting right to abortion based on, practitioner requirements/unlawful acts/penalties: HB 2121
Informed consent, for performing/inducing abortion, requiring: SB 5516
Medication, performing abortion by means of, prohibiting, class C felony: HB 1679
Parental notification, requirements: SB 5053
Procedures, certain complications from, collecting data on: SB 5625
Reproductive freedom, pregnant individual's right to choose or refuse to have abortion, provisions: * EHB 1851, CH 65 (2022), SB 5766
Right to choose to have abortion, limiting based on probable gestational age/detecting fetal heartbeat: HB 2121
Student health plans, coverage for abortion, when: * HB 1009, CH 53 (2021)
ACCOUNTANTS AND ACCOUNTING  ACCOUNTANTS AND ACCOUNTING RSS Feed
               
Certificate, inactive status, replacing with inactive license designation: * HB 1648 (2022) V, * SB 5519, CH 85 (2022)
ACTUARY, STATE  ACTUARY, STATE RSS Feed
               
Family and medical leave, paid, actuarial assistance for program, actuary to provide: * 2SSB 5649, CH 233 (2022), SB 5959
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS  ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS RSS Feed
               
Court research, Washington center for, attorneys for children in dependency proceedings role of: * 2SHB 1219, CH 210 (2021)
Early childhood court program, for infants/toddlers in dependency system, establishing, evaluation of, office role: SB 5331, SSB 5331, * 2SSB 5331, CH 285 (2021)
Eviction resolution pilot program, for rent nonpayment cases, establishing, roles of resolution centers and office: SSB 5160, * E2SSB 5160, CH 115 (2021) PV
Eviction resolution pilot program, unlawful detainer actions and, resolution center/superior court reports to office: SB 5260, SSB 5260
Juries and jurors, electronic demographic survey for jurors beginning a jury term, office role: HB 1542
Rent, nonpayment of, early resolution program for cases of, establishing, office role: HB 1228
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE  ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE RSS Feed
               (See also COVID-19 AND CORONAVIRUS; EMERGENCY, STATE OF; ENVIRONMENT; GROWTH MANAGEMENT; HYDRAULIC PERMITS AND PROJECTS; LAND USE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT; LEGISLATURE; LICENSING, DEPARTMENT; OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS; PROFESSIONS; RECORDS; WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATIVE CODE (WAC))
Administrative rules review committee, joint, chairperson and vice chairperson, appointing: HB 1670, SHB 1670, SB 5506
Agency actions, judicial review under APA of, declaring rule invalid when stated rationale is a pretext: SB 5320
Agency actions, judicial review under APA of, neutral and impartial decision making by courts: SB 5320
Agency actions, judicial review under APA of, transfer to court of appeals, when: * SB 5225, CH 305 (2021)
Branches of state government, legislature/executive agencies/judiciary, administrative rules/procedures roles of: SB 5320
Commerce, department of, significant agency rules requirements to include: SB 5276
COVID-19 emergency proclamations, civil penalties for activity/operations violations, amnesty for and prohibition of: HB 1547, SB 5469
Emergency orders, content and duration, and role of legislature: HB 1017, HB 1381
Emergency orders, limitations due to education modality metrics: SB 5037
Enforcement actions, by certain agencies, burden of proof on agency: SB 5081
Health orders, emergency, content and duration, and role of legislature: HB 1004, HB 1017, HB 1029
Health orders, emergency, health-related measures in, right to decline: HB 1305, HB 1317
Health orders, emergency, limitations due to education modality metrics: SB 5037
Justice, environmental, environmental health disparities, state agency actions to reduce: SSB 5141, * E2SSB 5141, CH 314 (2021)
Justice, environmental, environmental health inequities, state agency actions to reduce: SB 5141
Rule making, addressing emergency, health-related measures in, right to decline: HB 1305, HB 1317
Rule making, agency amending/repealing in response/relating to state of emergency, restricting: HB 1381
Rule making, by agencies, within powers/authorized by law and with expiration date, legislative role: SB 5280
Rule making, by executive agencies, citing statutory authority in session laws for, requirements: SB 5320
Rule making, during state of emergency, agencies restricted to executing certain provisions: HB 1381
Rule making, emergency, agency adoption in response/relating to state of emergency, prohibiting: HB 1381
Rule making, emergency, duration and adoption in sequence, and role of legislature: HB 1013, HB 1158
Rule making, emergency, duration and oral comment hearing: HB 1029
Rule making, emergency, limitations due to education modality metrics: SB 5037
Rule making, for uniform document recording, by secretary of state: * SB 5019, CH 137 (2021)
Rule making, significant agency rules, requirements for, additional agencies to comply with: SB 5276
Rule making, to enforce emergency order by governor, legislative approval before: SB 5100
Safety/health, L&I rules/guidance/policies and penalties imposed on employers, restricting: HB 1609
Utilities and transportation commission, significant agency rules requirements to include: SB 5276
ADOPTION  ADOPTION RSS Feed
               
Agreements, open, terminated parental rights/birth parent deficiencies remedying/child-birth parent visitation petitions: HB 1903
Preadoption studies, conducting for court, preadoption study training program: SB 5233
ADVANCED COLLEGE TUITION PAYMENT PROGRAM  ADVANCED COLLEGE TUITION PAYMENT PROGRAM RSS Feed
               
GET accounts, retroactively adjusting for units purchased at 2020-2021 unit price: * SB 5430, CH 248 (2021)
Tuition units, price increase limitations, when: * SB 5430, CH 248 (2021)
Tuition units, via advanced college tuition payment/GET program, value of, and dividends: HB 1138
ADVERTISING  ADVERTISING RSS Feed
               
Internet/mobile applications, marketing/advertising to minors via, prohibitions: HB 1697, SHB 1697
Political, purchaser information disclosure to commercial advertiser, requirements: HB 1919, SHB 1919
Political, synthetic media of candidates, prohibitions, when: SB 5817
Political, when person not a candidate and/or not currently endorsed, disclaimer/other requirements: HB 1919, SHB 1919
AERONAUTICS  AERONAUTICS RSS Feed
               
Aerial imaging technology, state/local/tribal government uses of, studying: HB 1629, * ESHB 1629, CH 261 (2022), SB 5538
Aircraft noise abatement, authorized programs, merging double amendments of RCW section concerning: * EHB 1192, CH 65 (2021)
Aircraft, abandoned, excess funds from sale by airport to be deposited into aeronautics account: * ESB 5800, CH 56 (2022)
Aircraft, unpiloted, DOT aviation division director to be system coordinator: HB 1379, * SHB 1379, CH 131 (2021)
Airplanes/components, commercial, manufacturers/processors for hire of, lowering B&O tax rate: SB 5957
Airplanes/components, commercial, manufacturers/processors for hire of, lowering B&O tax rate to 0.00: SB 5422, SB 5440, SB 5769
Airport aid grant program, airport projects through, aircraft fuel sales/use tax funds use for, tracking: HB 1290, SB 5329, SSB 5329
Airports, municipal, minimum labor standards enactment, when: * SB 5385, CH 106 (2021)
Airports, municipal, municipal airport commission as option for municipality: HB 1712, SHB 1712
Airports, public use general aviation airport loan program: HB 1030, * SB 5031, CH 175 (2021)
Aviation and aerospace committee, appointing and maintaining: HB 1538, SHB 1538
Aviation assurance fund office/board/program, for defraying private aerial fire response costs: HB 2086
Commercial aviation coordinating commission, state, extending deadlines/expiration dates for: HB 1198
Commercial aviation facility, new primary, deadline for providing location for, extending: HB 1198
Community aviation revitalization board, convening: HB 1030, * SB 5031, CH 175 (2021)
Seaplanes, mooring of, by residential owner abutting state-owned aquatic lands: HB 1240
Unmanned aircraft systems, commercial, adding to "commercial airplane" for certain tax preferences: HB 1470, SB 5350
Unpiloted aircraft system coordinator, DOT aviation division director to be: HB 1379, * SHB 1379, CH 131 (2021), SB 5483
Unpiloted aircraft, commercial, registration fees for, as funding source for system coordinator: HB 1379, * SHB 1379, CH 131 (2021), SB 5483
Wildland fire aviation program and support plan, provisions: HB 1168, SHB 1168, * 2SHB 1168, CH 298 (2021)
AFRICAN AMERICAN AFFAIRS, COMMISSION  AFRICAN AMERICAN AFFAIRS, COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Racial equity analyses, incorporation into audits/reviews/reports by JLARC, commission role: SB 5405, * ESSB 5405, CH 310 (2021) PV
AFRICAN AMERICANS  AFRICAN AMERICANS RSS Feed
               (See also DISCRIMINATION; EQUITY, WASHINGTON STATE OFFICE; MINORITIES)
Black history month, celebrating: * HR 4603 (2021), HR 4604, * HR 4644 (2022)
Black transgender and BIPOC communities, Mrs. Phyllis Little-Epamynondas and her work with and for the, honoring: * SR 8647 (2022)
Brown, Bishop Leo Charles, Jr., service, life, and achievements of, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4617 (2021)
Bush, George Washington, commemorating through art, task force on, establishing: HB 1339
Color/race/national origin, higher education institution policies/practices prohibiting discrimination based on: SB 5877, SSB 5877
Critical race theory, definition and prohibition of K-12 instruction and discussion of: HB 1886
Educators, African American studies specialty endorsement for, creating: HB 1829
Juneteenth, as school holiday: HB 1617, * SHB 1617, CH 198 (2022)
Juneteenth, as state legal holiday, establishing as: HB 1016, * SHB 1016, CH 295 (2021)
King, Dr. Martin Luther, Jr., honoring: * HR 4601 (2021), * HR 4635 (2022), * SR 8603 (2021), * SR 8634 (2022)
Lacks, Henrietta, honoring, and recognizing the barriers in her life and her contribution to modern medicine: * SR 8604 (2021)
Reconstruction era, advancement of civil rights for African Americans during, recognizing: * SR 8606 (2021)
Sickle cell awareness week, celebrating: * SR 8632 (2022)
Utendale, Dr, John, former NHL hockey player and college faculty member and administrator, honoring: * HR 4637 (2022)
Wilfong, Ester, teacher, administrator, and professional association leader, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4659 (2022)
AGRICULTURE  AGRICULTURE RSS Feed
               (See also AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT; EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; FARMS AND FARMING; FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS; GROWTH MANAGEMENT; HORSES; LABOR; LIVESTOCK; PEST CONTROL AND PESTICIDES)
Agricultural products or farm machinery/equipment, persons hauling for farmer, public utility tax exemption: HB 1380, SHB 1380
Bees, nonnative bumble bees, moving into Washington for open-field agricultural use, prohibiting: SB 5253, SSB 5253, * 2SSB 5253, CH 278 (2021)
Bees/pollinators, habitat for, provisions: SB 5253, SSB 5253, * 2SSB 5253, CH 278 (2021)
Bees/pollinators, pollinator health task force, reestablishing, and implementing recommendations of: SB 5253, SSB 5253, * 2SSB 5253, CH 278 (2021)
Biochar, using in state agency and local government-funded projects, when: SB 5961, * SSB 5961, CH 293 (2022)
Cannabinoid products, hemp-derived, sale as CBD/class B cannabinoid without indicated concentration/contents, prohibiting: SB 5951
Cannabis, Washington state cannabis commission, establishment/role of and commodity assessments by: HB 1710
Cannabis, Washington state cannabis cultivation commission, establishment/role of and commodity assessments by: SHB 1710
Career and technical education and student organizations, in agriculture, food, and natural resource sciences: HB 1544
CBD product, sale of hemp product with less than one-third of indicated CBD amount as, prohibiting: SSB 5951
Critical areas on agricultural land, voluntary stewardship program for, extending date for counties to join: HB 1856
Custom farming services, person performing or hauling for person performing, tax exemptions for, when: * HB 1641, CH 119 (2022)
Daffodils, recognizing the daffodil festival, its organizers, and its royal court: * HR 4619 (2021), * HR 4643 (2022), * SR 8617 (2021), * SR 8641 (2022)
Disasters, farmers/ranchers, short-term disaster recovery financial assistance program, developing/implementing: HB 2051, * SHB 2051, CH 280 (2022), SB 5936
Education, agriculture/animal husbandry, youth development programs promoting, organizations sponsoring: SB 5643, SSB 5643, 2SSB 5643
Equity in farming, historically underrepresented groups, inclusion in food/agriculture laws/rules/etc. development/etc.: HB 1395, SHB 1395
Fairs, area and county, state retail sales tax on sales at, deposit into fair fund to assist fairs: SB 5362, SSB 5362
Fairs, area/county/other, transfers from state general fund to fair fund to assist fairs: * 2SSB 5362, CH 245 (2021)
Fairs/youth shows/exhibitions, youth development programs promoting participation in, organizations sponsoring: SB 5643, SSB 5643, 2SSB 5643
Feed, for swine, using animal meat waste material and associated garbage as, prohibiting: SB 5300
Fertilizer, commercial, application/license/inspection/late fees, increasing: SB 5318, * SSB 5318, CH 282 (2021)
Future farmers of America, as youth development program promoting agriculture education and fair/youth show/exhibition participation: SSB 5643, 2SSB 5643
Future farmers of America, national FFA president Cole Baerlocher, recognizing and commending: * SR 8660 (2022)
Greenhouses, temporary growing structures for horticultural plants, building code exemption for, broadening: SB 5641
Hemp cannabinoid products, sale as CBD/class B cannabinoid without indicated concentration/contents, prohibiting: SB 5951
Hemp extract, processors producing, hemp extract certifications for: * ESB 5372, CH 104 (2021)
Hemp products, sale as CBD product but with less than one-third of indicated CBD amount, prohibiting: SSB 5951
Hemp, commercial processors, registration of: * ESB 5372, CH 104 (2021)
Hemp-derived cannabinoids, processing/using and adding to authorized marijuana products: SB 5767
Horticultural plants/vegetables/fruits, temporary growing structures for, building code exemption for, broadening: SB 5641
Lands, agricultural, action removing designation under GMA: * SB 5042, CH 218 (2022)
Lands, agricultural, carbon sequestration/storage, programs/activities/projects to preserve or increase: HB 1577
Lands, agricultural, critical areas on, voluntary stewardship program for, extending date for counties to join: HB 1856
Lands, agricultural, current use classification, involuntary removal, inspection before/documentation for refund: HB 1683
Lands, agricultural, solar energy facilities sited on, not eligible for expedited processing by EFSEC, when: SB 5206
Lands, agricultural/grazing, state leases for, nondefault or early termination provision, lessee compensation, when: * EHB 1199, CH 36 (2021)
Lands, for farming, good faith purchaser of real property and relinquished water right: HB 1132
Schillinger, Dr. Bill, professor emeritus, agronomist, and former director of WSU Dryland Research Station, honoring: * SR 8645 (2022)
Seeds, vegetable seed conditioning, manufacturing investment projects including, sales/use tax deferral program: * ESB 5901, CH 257 (2022) PV
Sustainable farms and fields grant program, advisors network for, establishing: HB 1631
Workers, agricultural labor work group, establishing: HB 1516
Workers, employer exemption from payment of overtime to, removing: HB 1516, * ESSB 5172, CH 249 (2021)
Workers, farmworkers, L&I administration of various matters applicable to, performance audits of: HB 1847, HB 2102
Workers, farmworkers, specific needs of, comprehensive study of, conducting: HB 1847, HB 2102
Workers, farmworkers, temporary housing for, sales/use tax exemptions for, expanding: SB 5396, SSB 5396, * 2SSB 5396, CH 250 (2021)
Workers, modifying overtime compensation requirement to include, when: HB 1516, * ESSB 5172, CH 249 (2021)
Workers, overtime compensation for 50+ hours during special circumstance weeks: HB 1750
Workers, with mental health stresses/suicidal thoughts, agricultural community mental health hotline services for: HB 1434
AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT  AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also AGRICULTURE; FARMS AND FARMING; FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS; LIVESTOCK; PEST CONTROL AND PESTICIDES)
Anadromous fish protection and recovery, state goal for, role of department: HB 1653
Bees, pollinator health task force, reestablishing, and implementing recommendations of: SB 5253, SSB 5253, * 2SSB 5253, CH 278 (2021)
Bees/pollinators, habitat for, department role: SB 5253, SSB 5253, * 2SSB 5253, CH 278 (2021)
Cannabis laboratory quality standards, interagency coordination team for, creating, department role: * HB 1859, CH 135 (2022), SB 5699, SSB 5699
Cannabis, compliance-based laboratory analysis of pesticides in, dedicated cannabis account appropriations for: * E2SSB 5796, CH 169 (2022)
Cannabis, testing laboratory quality standards, establishing and maintaining, department role: * HB 1859, CH 135 (2022)
Cannabis, Washington state cannabis commission, establishing, role of department: HB 1710
Cannabis, Washington state cannabis cultivation commission, establishing, role of department: SHB 1710
Compost reimbursement pilot program, establishing and implementing, department role: HB 1799, SB 5717, SB 5731
Compost reimbursement program, establishing and implementing, department role: SHB 1799, * E2SHB 1799, CH 180 (2022)
Cottage food operations, maximum sales limit for permit, department role: HB 1685, SHB 1685
Cottage food operations, staffing to insure timely permitting and improved service levels for, department role: SHB 1685
Enforcement actions, burden of proof on department: SB 5081
Equity in farming, historically underrepresented groups, ensuring inclusion of, when, department role: HB 1395, SHB 1395
Food assistance, using freed-up federal coronavirus funds for: HB 1368, * ESHB 1368, CH 3 (2021), HB 1467, SB 5344
Fur farm transition grant program, establishing, department role: HB 1718
Hemp extract, processors producing, hemp extract certifications for, department role: * ESB 5372, CH 104 (2021)
Hemp, commercial processors, registration of, department role: * ESB 5372, CH 104 (2021)
Justice, environmental, environmental health disparities, department actions to reduce: SSB 5141, * E2SSB 5141, CH 314 (2021)
Justice, environmental, environmental health inequities, department actions to reduce: SB 5141
Marijuana, testing laboratory quality standards, establishing and maintaining, department role: SB 5699, SSB 5699
Meat and poultry inspection program, establishing, department role: SB 5045
Meat and poultry processing and marketing assistance program, creating, department role: SSB 5045, 2SSB 5045
Meat and poultry, interstate shipping program, establishing, department role: SB 5045
Meat, custom meat license for facilities/intrastate inspection program, establishing, department role: HB 1102
Pesticide advisory board, establishing to advise department of agriculture: HB 1993, SHB 1993
Psilocybin services wellness and opportunity act, Washington, department role: SB 5660
State's lands/waters, conserving 30% by 2030, creating 30 by 30 commission and 30 by 30 plan for, department role: SB 5962
AIR QUALITY AND POLLUTION  AIR QUALITY AND POLLUTION RSS Feed
               (See also CLIMATE; FUELS; GROWTH MANAGEMENT; POLLUTION CONTROL HEARINGS BOARD; WATER POLLUTION)
Air purifiers, other than industrial, efficiency standards: HB 1619, * ESHB 1619, CH 19 (2022)
Asphalt plants, odor control plan and best management practices for, work group for developing, creating: SHB 1057
Building materials, maximum acceptable global warming potentials and environmental product declarations: SB 5659
Building materials, used in state public works projects, and suppliers of, climate and labor standards for: SB 5659
Burning, flammable materials/refuse/waste forest materials on DNR-protected lands, permit requirement, violations of: HB 1423, * SHB 1423, CH 132 (2021)
Carbon dioxide, purchasing of copy paper produced via process yielding less, acknowledging advantages of: ESHB 1518
Carbon dioxide, state agency purchasing of copy paper produced via process yielding less: HB 1518
Cargo-handling equipment/infrastructure, zero and near zero emissions, port district purchasing of: * ESB 5026, CH 88 (2021)
Clean air act, "enjoyment of life and property," to include parks and certain areas: HB 1057
Clean air act, enjoyment of life and property, asphalt plant odor control in relation to, work group, creating: SHB 1057
Clean air act, greenhouse gas emissions reduction under: HB 1577
Clean air act, permits required under, exemption from, when: HB 1436
Clean energy transformation act, electric utility projects under, resources analysis/advisory opinion: SB 5168
Clean energy transformation act, Washington, repealing: SB 5985
Clean energy transition workforce account, creating: SB 5616, SSB 5616, * 2SSB 5616, CH 157 (2022)
Climate policy and accountability, executive office of, establishing: SB 5842, SSB 5842
Commute trip reduction incentives, tax credits for large employers implementing, role of general fund in supporting: HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
Commute trip reduction program, effectiveness of, assessing during pandemic: HB 1528
Commute trip reduction, car or van pool vehicles/plans/activities/ordinances, suspending requirements: HB 1528
Fire departments, fire suppression vehicles with emissions or fuel reduction technology, sales/use tax exemptions: HB 1479
Fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty, urging U.S. government to begin negotiations to enter into a: SJM 8008
Greenhouse gas emissions reduction account, creating: HB 1513, HB 1577, SB 5373
Greenhouse gas emissions, cap on, and allowances/offset credits, Washington climate commitment act: SB 5126, SSB 5126, * E2SSB 5126, CH 316 (2021) PV
Greenhouse gas emissions, carbon pollution tax on, imposing: HB 1513
Greenhouse gas emissions, clean energy projects for infrastructure to reduce, proposals/reviews/appeals: HB 2002
Greenhouse gas emissions, clean fuels program, establishing: HB 1036, HB 1091, SHB 1091, 2SHB 1091, * E3SHB 1091, CH 317 (2021) PV, SB 5231
Greenhouse gas emissions, clean fuels program, modifying certain provisions: HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
Greenhouse gas emissions, clean fuels program, repealing: SB 5985
Greenhouse gas emissions, clean heat act, gas company clean heat transition plans/regulatory changes: HB 1766, SB 5668
Greenhouse gas emissions, climate commitment act cap and invest program, environmental justice role, modifying: * E2SSB 5842, CH 181 (2022)
Greenhouse gas emissions, climate commitment act cap and invest program, modifying: SB 5842, SSB 5842, * E2SSB 5842, CH 181 (2022)
Greenhouse gas emissions, climate resiliency and mitigation surcharge, imposing on bankers of fossil fuels: SB 5967
Greenhouse gas emissions, commercial transportation services: HB 1075, SHB 1075, 2SHB 1075
Greenhouse gas emissions, distributed energy resources deployment via conservation projects: HB 1768, * SHB 1768, CH 128 (2022)
Greenhouse gas emissions, emissions-intensive trade-exposed facilities, compliance pathway specific to: HB 1682, SHB 1682, 2SHB 1682
Greenhouse gas emissions, energy efficiency account, reenacting and amending: SB 5616
Greenhouse gas emissions, energy efficiency account, reenacting/amending/continuing temporary uses of funds in: SSB 5616, * 2SSB 5616, CH 157 (2022)
Greenhouse gas emissions, executive office of climate policy and accountability, establishing: SB 5842, SSB 5842
Greenhouse gas emissions, fossil fuel use for space/water heating, reducing: HB 1084, SHB 1084, SB 5093
Greenhouse gas emissions, from building materials manufacturing, buy clean and buy fair Washington act: HB 1103, SHB 1103, SB 5366
Greenhouse gas emissions, from food delivery and goods delivery providers: HB 1075, SHB 1075, 2SHB 1075
Greenhouse gas emissions, from hydrofluorocarbon and other refrigerants, reducing: HB 1050, SHB 1050, * E2SHB 1050, CH 315 (2021)
Greenhouse gas emissions, GMA/SMA/transportation planning for reducing: HB 1099
Greenhouse gas emissions, GMA/SMA/transportation/flood control planning for reducing: SHB 1099, E2SHB 1099
Greenhouse gas emissions, healthy homes and clean buildings act: HB 1084, SHB 1084, SB 5093
Greenhouse gas emissions, methane from landfills, emission limits and collection/control systems: HB 1663
Greenhouse gas emissions, methane from municipal landfills, emission limits and collection/control systems: SHB 1663, * E2SHB 1663, CH 179 (2022)
Greenhouse gas emissions, methane reduction and organic materials management: HB 1799, SHB 1799, * E2SHB 1799, CH 180 (2022), SB 5731
Greenhouse gas emissions, mitigation through public electric utility targeted electrification: HB 1767, SB 5666
Greenhouse gas emissions, outdoor recreation and climate adaptation account, creating: HB 1823
Greenhouse gas emissions, power plant complying with standards for, as not violating nonemitting generation policy: SB 5872
Greenhouse gas emissions, public facility practices and all-electric energy systems for reducing: * HB 1280, CH 178 (2022)
Greenhouse gas emissions, reducing through carbon pollution tax and resulting revenues: HB 1513, HB 1577, SB 5373
Greenhouse gas emissions, residential and nonresidential buildings, net-zero readiness: ESHB 1770
Greenhouse gas emissions, residential and nonresidential construction, net energy consumption reduction for: HB 1770, ESHB 1770, SB 5669
Greenhouse gas emissions, residential buildings, state energy code for, and statewide residential reach code: HB 1770, ESHB 1770, SB 5669
Greenhouse gas emissions, tier 2 covered buildings, energy management/benchmarking requirement for: HB 1774, SB 5722, * SSB 5722, CH 177 (2022)
Greenhouse gas emissions, Washington climate commitment act, repealing: SB 5985
Greenhouse gas emissions, zero emissions transportation future, state transition to, supporting: HB 1287, SHB 1287, * E2SHB 1287, CH 300 (2021) PV
Greenhouse gas emissions, zero emissions vehicles, provisions: HB 1388
Landscaping equipment, all-electric, zero-emission incentive and exchange pilot program, establishing: SB 5543
Lawn equipment, all-electric zero-emission, sales of discounted new, B&O tax credit for: SSB 5543
Outdoor power equipment, other than zero emission equipment, additional retail sales tax on, when: HB 1918
Outdoor power equipment, zero emission equipment, retail sales tax and use tax exemptions for: HB 1918, SHB 1918, 2SHB 1918
Outdoor power equipment, zero emission equipment, state agencies and local government to purchase only, when: HB 1918, SHB 1918
Renewable fuels, statewide office of, establishing: SB 5910, * SSB 5910, CH 292 (2022)
Respiratory conditions, in children/teenagers, statewide home air quality improvement program, establishing: HB 1291
Sustainable farms and fields grant program, advisors network for, establishing: HB 1631
Wildfire smoke, severe poor air quality due to, extreme weather response grant program: SHB 1620
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES RSS Feed
               (See also FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS; SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER)
Breweries, domestic, new employees hired for new positions, B&O tax credits for: SSB 5515
Controlled substance homicide offenses, offender release/escape/etc., victim notification: SB 5245, * ESSB 5245, CH 82 (2022)
COVID-19, economic impacts of, privileges granted to businesses with liquor licenses to mitigate, extending: HB 1480, SHB 1480, * E2SHB 1480, CH 48 (2021), SB 5417, SSB 5417
Distilleries, domestic, new employees hired for new positions, B&O tax credits for: SSB 5515
Licensees, license fee surcharge for certain alcohol licensees to help fund impairing cannabinoid enforcement: HB 2122
Licensees, providing alcohol for on-premises consumption, "open safe, open now" plan for reopening state in regard to: HB 1553, SB 5473
Licenses, breweries/microbreweries, endorsement for providing packaging services to other manufacturers: HB 2080, * SB 5940, CH 64 (2022)
Licenses, distilleries/craft distilleries, endorsement for providing packaging services to other manufacturers: HB 2080, * SB 5940, CH 64 (2022)
Licenses, fees for, waiving for one year, unless licensee has violated COVID-19/emergency requirements: SB 5272, * ESSB 5272, CH 6 (2021)
Licenses, fees, for certain restaurant/hotel/nightclub/theater/caterer licenses, reducing: HB 1359, SHB 1359, 2SHB 1359, * 3SHB 1359, CH 116 (2022)
Licenses, fees, for certain tavern/snack bar/motel/sports entertainment facility/public house licenses, reducing: * 3SHB 1359, CH 116 (2022)
Licenses, fees, for distillers and distillery off-site tasting rooms licenses, reducing: SHB 1359, 2SHB 1359, * 3SHB 1359, CH 116 (2022)
Licenses, fees, for domestic breweries and microbreweries licenses, reducing: * 3SHB 1359, CH 116 (2022)
Licenses, fees, for domestic wineries license, reducing: * 3SHB 1359, CH 116 (2022)
Licenses, fees, for nonprofit arts organization license, reducing: * 3SHB 1359, CH 116 (2022)
Licenses, fees, for senior center license, reducing: * 3SHB 1359, CH 116 (2022)
Licenses, liquor manufacturers, endorsement for contracting to provide packaging services to other manufacturers: HB 2080, * SB 5940, CH 64 (2022)
Licenses, liquor, annual renewal date extension, when: HB 1011, SHB 1011
Licenses, restaurant, beer and wine, wine by glass/premixed wine drinks for takeout/curbside/delivery: SHB 1480, * E2SHB 1480, CH 48 (2021), SSB 5417
Licenses, restaurant, spirits, beer, and wine, sales for off-premises consumption, licensee requirements: HB 1480, SHB 1480, * E2SHB 1480, CH 48 (2021), SB 5394, SB 5417, SSB 5417
Licenses, spirits retail license, issuance fee for, reducing for licensee 90% liquor compliance checks compliance: HB 2112
Licenses, spirits retail license, limited, creating: HB 1062
Licenses, various, alcohol products sales for curbside and takeout service or delivery by licensees holding: HB 1480, SHB 1480, * E2SHB 1480, CH 48 (2021), SB 5417, SSB 5417
Licenses, various, food service menu requirements for alcohol sales by, revising rules for flexibility concerning: HB 1480, SHB 1480, SB 5417, SSB 5417
Licenses, various, outdoor service of alcohol by on-premises licensees holding: HB 1480, SHB 1480, * E2SHB 1480, CH 48 (2021), SB 5417, SSB 5417
Licenses, various, with delivery endorsement, photographing or scanning customer identification: HB 1480, SHB 1480, SB 5417, SSB 5417
Licenses, wineries, endorsement for providing packaging services to other manufacturers: HB 2080, * SB 5940, CH 64 (2022)
Liquor excise tax fund, continuing temporary uses of funds in: SSB 5616, * 2SSB 5616, CH 157 (2022)
Low-proof beverages, definition: HB 1734, SB 5049, SSB 5049
Low-proof beverages, tax on sales by certain licensees to spirits retailers: HB 1734
Low-proof beverages, taxing via tax on distribution and sale: SB 5049, SSB 5049
Marketing/advertising to minors via internet/mobile application, prohibitions: HB 1697, SHB 1697
Packaging services, liquor manufacturer contracting with other manufacturer to provide, license endorsement for: HB 2080, * SB 5940, CH 64 (2022)
Permits, spirits shipper's permit, for distilleries and certificate of approval holders: HB 1432
Production facilities of licensees, allowing employees 18 to 20 years of age to work in: HB 1483, SHB 1483, SB 5479
Regulating alcohol/tobacco/cannabis/vapor products, behavioral health prevention/equity impact framework for: HB 2035
Retail sales of alcoholic beverages, certain hospitality industry businesses making, B&O tax preferential rate: HB 1299
Spirits, certain additional taxes on certain sales of, removing: HB 1533
Spirits, limited spirits retail license, and mitigation fee, creating: HB 1062
Spirits, mini-bottles, retail sales tax exemption for: HB 1480
Spirits, mini-bottles, retail sales tax exemption for, when: SHB 1480, * E2SHB 1480, CH 48 (2021), SB 5417, SSB 5417
Spirits, restaurant spirits retailers, distributor sales to, certain additional taxes on, removing: HB 1533
Spirits, spirits shipper's permit, for distilleries and certificate of approval holders: HB 1432
Spirits, vodka or vodka ingredient/input/material produced in or imported/sourced from Russia, sale of, prohibiting: HB 2134, SB 5984
Wine, Washington wine special license plates, creating: HB 1530, * ESHB 1530, CH 117 (2022)
Wineries, domestic, new employees hired for new positions, B&O tax credits for: SSB 5515
Wineries, production facilities of, allowing employees 18 to 20 years of age to work in: * HB 1289, CH 123 (2021), SB 5477
Wineries, small, liquor excise tax on sales, exemption: HB 1116, SB 5001
ANDY HILL CANCER RESEARCH ENDOWMENT (CARE) FUND  ANDY HILL CANCER RESEARCH ENDOWMENT (CARE) FUND RSS Feed
               
Andy Hill cancer research endowment fund match transfer account, appropriating one billion dollars to: SB 5809
ANIMALS  ANIMALS RSS Feed
               (See also FOSSILS; HUNTING; LIVESTOCK; VETERINARIANS; WILDLIFE)
Biodiversity, national strategy for, calling on federal government to establish: SJM 8009
Cats, selling or offering for sale in pet store, prohibiting: HB 1424, * SHB 1424, CH 76 (2021)
Cruelty free cosmetics act, prohibiting selling of cosmetics tested using animals: HB 1615, SHB 1615
Cruelty, second degree, provisions: HB 1038
Dog guides, persons with disabilities using, discrimination against, civil actions alleging: HB 1574
Dogs, assistance, courthouse facility dogs for witness use, access authority and certified handlers for: SB 5127, SSB 5127
Dogs, selling or offering for sale in pet store, requirements: HB 1424
Dogs, selling or offering for sale in pet store, when: HB 1424, * SHB 1424, CH 76 (2021)
Dogs, with intact sex organs over age of 6 months, number at one time of, commercial breeder exemption from: HB 1424
Police dogs, canine teams, model policy for training and use of, work group to develop, convening: * ESHB 1054, CH 320 (2021)
Police dogs, unleashed, peace officer use of, prohibitions: HB 1054
Real estate, damage by animals to, disclosure in seller statement of, requiring: HB 1951, SHB 1951
Service animals, person using, higher education institution policies/practices prohibiting discrimination based on: SB 5877, SSB 5877
Service animals, persons with disabilities using, discrimination against, civil actions alleging: HB 1574
Therapy animals and their human handlers, celebrating/honoring, and saluting therapy animal teams' service: * HR 4656 (2022)
APPLIANCES  APPLIANCES RSS Feed
               (See also ELECTRICIANS AND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS; ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS; HEATING AND HEATERS)
Air conditioning equipment, hydrofluorocarbons used in, regulating: HB 1050, SHB 1050, * E2SHB 1050, CH 315 (2021)
Efficiency standards, various appliances: HB 1619, * ESHB 1619, CH 19 (2022)
Energy star qualified appliances, shop local and save sales and use tax holiday to include: HB 2018
Heat pump and electrification program, for high-efficiency equipment, establishing: HB 1084, SHB 1084, SB 5093
Ovens, commercial, energy efficiency standards: HB 1619, * ESHB 1619, CH 19 (2022)
Refrigeration and air conditioning systems, refrigerant management program for: HB 1050, SHB 1050, * E2SHB 1050, CH 315 (2021)
APPRENTICES AND APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS  APPRENTICES AND APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS RSS Feed
               (See also APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING COUNCIL, WASHINGTON STATE)
Apprentices, credit or course equivalencies for supplemental CC/TC coursework, establishing: SB 5764, SSB 5764
Apprentices, higher education credits for supplemental CC/TC coursework, granting of: * E2SSB 5764, CH 166 (2022)
Apprentices, supplemental CC/TC instruction and credits/degree pathways for, and related issues: SB 5764, SSB 5764, * E2SSB 5764, CH 166 (2022)
Electrician certificates of competency, journey level, eligibility for examination, apprenticeship requirements: SB 5599, ESSB 5599
Financial aid, Washington college grants, maximum award, when enrolled in apprenticeship program and CC/TC: SB 5764, SSB 5764, * E2SSB 5764, CH 166 (2022)
Opportunity scholarship program, Washington, using for apprenticeship program: * HB 1805, CH 211 (2022), SB 5797
Programs, with five or more apprentices, federal law, conforming with: HB 1288
Regional apprenticeship programs, establishing through educational service districts: HB 1536
Retail industry, increasing educational, training, apprenticeship, and job opportunities in: * SHB 2019, CH 278 (2022)
Rural county high employer demand jobs program, eligibility criteria to include apprenticeship program enrollment: * HB 1805, CH 211 (2022), SB 5797
State registered apprentices, retention of, barriers and challenges to, studying: SB 5600, SSB 5600, * E2SSB 5600, CH 156 (2022)
State registered programs, equipment in, grant program for updating: SB 5600, SSB 5600, * E2SSB 5600, CH 156 (2022)
State registered programs, expanding and increasing sustainability of: SB 5600, SSB 5600, * E2SSB 5600, CH 156 (2022)
State registered programs, for youth, students enrolled in, vouchers for driver's education courses for: SB 5600
State registered programs, minors enrolled in, vouchers for driver's education courses for: SSB 5600, * E2SSB 5600, CH 156 (2022)
State registered programs, new, requirements for approval of: SB 5600, SSB 5600, * E2SSB 5600, CH 156 (2022)
State registered programs, technology and remote learning infrastructure modernization grant program: SB 5600, SSB 5600, * E2SSB 5600, CH 156 (2022)
State registered programs, wrap-around support services for, grant program: SB 5600, SSB 5600, * E2SSB 5600, CH 156 (2022)
Substance use disorder professionals/professional trainees, certification via apprenticeship program: * EHB 1311, CH 165 (2021)
Utilization of apprentices, for public works municipality/DOT/school district/college contracts: HB 1308
Utilization of apprentices, in private sector, including nontraditional industries, incentivizing: SB 5600, SSB 5600, * E2SSB 5600, CH 156 (2022)
APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING COUNCIL, WASHINGTON STATE  APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING COUNCIL, WASHINGTON STATE RSS Feed
               (See also APPRENTICES AND APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS)
Apprentices, credit or course equivalencies for supplemental CC/TC coursework, establishing: SB 5764, SSB 5764
Apprentices, higher education credits for supplemental CC/TC coursework, granting of: * E2SSB 5764, CH 166 (2022)
Apprentices, institution/centralized program for supplemental instruction toward degree for, WSATC role: SB 5764, SSB 5764, * E2SSB 5764, CH 166 (2022)
Apprentices, supplemental CC/TC instruction/credits and degree pathways/related issues, WSATC role: SB 5764, SSB 5764, * E2SSB 5764, CH 166 (2022)
Platform, economic or industry sector-based, council to establish: SSB 5600, * E2SSB 5600, CH 156 (2022)
Subcommittees, economic or industry sector-based, council to establish: SB 5600
ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION  ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION RSS Feed
               
Archaeological sites or resources, information about location of, disclosure exemption for, when: SSB 5098
ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION, DEPARTMENT  ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               
Archaeological sites or resources, information about location of, disclosure exemption for, when, department role: SSB 5098
Main street program, criteria for designation of a, modifying: HB 1353, * SB 5617, CH 50 (2022)
Main street program, economic development as a program mission: HB 1353
Main street program, long-term downtown or neighborhood commercial district revitalization programs: HB 1353
Main street program, staffing for local programs, minimum level of, pilot project grant program to assist with: HB 1456, SHB 1456
Main street program, tax credit for contributions to, additional credit on top of: HB 1279, * SHB 1279, CH 112 (2021)
ARCHIVES  ARCHIVES RSS Feed
               (See also RECORDS; SECRETARY OF STATE)
Chief archivist, secretary of state as, document recording standards role of: * SB 5019, CH 137 (2021)
ART AND ARTWORKS  ART AND ARTWORKS RSS Feed
               
Capitol campus, major works on grounds, removal/relocation process for: SB 5570
Creative economy, state, work group to create strategic plan for, establishing: SB 5238
Cultural access programs, sales/use tax for, imposition by a city, when: HB 1058
George Washington Bush, commemorating through art, task force on, establishing: HB 1339
Global war on terror, service members who died in, memorial on capitol campus to commemorate, requirements: * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Global war on terror, state residents who died in, monument to honor, legislative work group to study/recommend: HB 1849, SB 5774
Hansen, James Lee, sculptor and poet, honoring: * HR 4634 (2022)
Kogan, Simon, sculptor and painter, life and work of, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4663 (2022)
Marcus Whitman statue, in U.S. capitol's national statuary hall, replacing with statue of Billy Frank Jr.: HB 1372, * ESHB 1372, CH 20 (2021), SB 5419
Museums, building for the arts program grants for, raising funding limits: * HB 1647, CH 121 (2022), SB 5530
Nonprofit arts organizations, liquor license for, reducing fees: * 3SHB 1359, CH 116 (2022)
Statues, defacing a public monument owned by public body, class C felony: SB 5059
Statues, defacing a public monument owned by public body, gross misdemeanor: SSB 5059
Visual arts, regular instruction in at least one visual art and one performing art at each public school: SB 5878, * ESSB 5878, CH 250 (2022)
ARTS COMMISSION  ARTS COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
George Washington Bush, commemorating through art in legislative building, commission role: HB 1339
ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS, STATE COMMISSION  ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS, STATE COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Racial equity analyses, incorporation into audits/reviews/reports by JLARC, commission role: SB 5405, * ESSB 5405, CH 310 (2021) PV
ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICANS  ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICANS RSS Feed
               (See also DISCRIMINATION; MINORITIES)
Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) residents and community, in solidarity with and honoring: * SR 8610 (2021)
Japanese American veterans, incarcerees, and civil rights activists, recognizing and remembering: * HR 4609 (2021), * HR 4645 (2022), * SR 8607 (2021), * SR 8649 (2022)
Korean Americans, Paull Shin, former state senator, recognizing and honoring the life and work of: * SR 8626 (2021)
Lunar New Year and Washington's Asian and Pacific Islander Americans, celebrating: * HR 4606 (2021), * SR 8609 (2021)
National origin, higher education institution policies/practices prohibiting discrimination based on: SB 5877, SSB 5877
ATTORNEY GENERAL  ATTORNEY GENERAL RSS Feed
               
Action/proceeding against state officer/employee, challenging legislation in certain cases, AG defense of, prohibiting: HB 1940
Consumer protection improvement act, AG role: SB 5025, * SSB 5025, CH 228 (2021)
Deadly force, police officer criminal offenses involving, independent prosecutions unit and prosecutor for, establishing: HB 1507
Deadly force, police officer criminal offenses involving, investigation and prosecution of, AG authority for: HB 1507
Death penalty review panel, establishment and meetings of, AG role: SB 5099
Fair campaign practices act, seeking sanctions enjoining person from election participation, prohibiting AG from: SB 5109
Force, use by police officers, data program concerning, assisting with developing, advisory group for, AG role: * E2SSB 5259, CH 326 (2021)
Force, use by police officers, data program concerning, designing program to aid, advisory group for, AG role: SSB 5259
Forfeiture of seized property, under CSA, seizing agency recordkeeping/reporting, AG role: SB 5733
Interbranch advisory committee, with AG's office representative, creating: SB 5490, * ESSB 5490, CH 284 (2022) PV
Minority and women-owned businesses, contracts, AG enforcement, repealing: HB 1259, * SHB 1259, CH 160 (2021)
Nonprofit corporation act, Washington, AG enforcement role: SB 5034, * SSB 5034, CH 176 (2021)
Peace officer accountability act, cause of action for injury when officer unlawfully exercising powers, AG role: HB 1202, SHB 1202, 2SHB 1202
Peace officers, force/deadly force use, permissible/excessive and de-escalation tactics, model policies, AG role: HB 1310, SHB 1310, * E2SHB 1310, CH 324 (2021)
Personal data, do not track mechanisms, analysis of and technical specifications for, AG role: SB 5813
Personal/sensitive data, consumer protections, AG enforcement role: SB 5813
Price increases, excessive/unjustified during state of emergency, investigation of violations, AG role: SB 5191, ESSB 5191
Public counsel unit, electric/natural gas utility affordability/reliability improvements, economic impact analysis: HB 1130
Public investment impact disclosures for ballot measures repealing/levying/modifying any tax or fee, AG role: HB 1876, * SHB 1876, CH 114 (2022)
Sexual assault forensic examination best practices advisory group, establishing, AG role: HB 1916, SHB 1916
Sexual assault investigation/prosecution, case status, reporting of, AG role: HB 1109
Sexual assault investigation/prosecution, investigational/case status, reporting of, AG role: * ESHB 1109, CH 118 (2021)
Term limit, constitutional amendment: HJR 4207
Tribes, AG actions/programs/projects that will affect, notice to and consent from tribes, requirements: SB 5298
Tribes, annual meeting with, AG to host: SB 5298
Voting rights act, covered practices in covered jurisdictions, attorney general role: SB 5597, SSB 5597, E2SSB 5597
Youth, safety/well-being of, risks to, YES tip line program for tips concerning, establishing, AG role: SB 5327, SSB 5327, 2SSB 5327
Youth, safety/well-being of, risks to, YES tip line program, advisory committee for, convening: SB 5327, SSB 5327, 2SSB 5327
ATTORNEYS  ATTORNEYS RSS Feed
               (See also ATTORNEY GENERAL; CIVIL LEGAL AID, OFFICE; COURTS; PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS, WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF; PUBLIC DEFENSE, OFFICE)
Cyber harassment, of criminal justice participant, class C felony: SB 5628, * ESSB 5628, CH 231 (2022)
Cyberstalking of attorney, class C felony: SB 5628, * ESSB 5628, CH 231 (2022)
Defense attorneys, as victim of cyber harassment, class C felony: SB 5628, * ESSB 5628, CH 231 (2022)
Defense attorneys, photos/videotapes/images/records of specific instance of travel, subpoena duces tecum for: SB 5869, SSB 5869
Dependency proceedings, attorney for child in, appointing, when: HB 1219, SHB 1219, * 2SHB 1219, CH 210 (2021)
Indigent tenants, unlawful detainer proceedings, virtual representation by attorney and participation: SB 5576
Juveniles, access to attorney when questioned by law enforcement: HB 1140, * ESHB 1140, CH 328 (2021)
Legal service contractors and plans, exclusion from insurers/insurance and inapplicability to certain arrangements: HB 1545, SB 5810, * SSB 5810 (2022) V
Legal services, "sale at retail" and "retail sale" to apply to, for excise tax purposes: SB 5422
Prosecuting attorneys, as ex officio coroner in certain counties: * ESHB 1326, CH 127 (2021)
Prosecuting attorneys, as ex officio coroner in certain counties, removing authority for: HB 1326
Prosecuting attorneys, as victim of cyber harassment, class C felony: SB 5628, * ESSB 5628, CH 231 (2022)
Prosecuting attorneys, city and county, adult felony/misdemeanor referrals and filed charges, tracking/reporting: SB 5691
Prosecuting attorneys, conflict-free special deputy, in cases of police officer criminal offenses involving deadly force: HB 1507
Prosecuting attorneys, county, adult felony/misdemeanor referrals and filed charges, tracking/reporting: SSB 5691
Prosecuting attorneys, peace officer potential impeachment disclosures role of: * SHB 1088, CH 322 (2021)
Prosecuting attorneys, photos/videotapes/images/records of specific instance of travel, subpoena duces tecum for: SB 5869, SSB 5869
Prosecuting attorneys, recusal in cases of police officer criminal offenses involving deadly force, options due to: HB 1507
Prosecuting attorneys, substance use disorder intervention petitions, filing of, prosecutor role: SB 5976
Victim of felony offense, counsel at public expense for, when: HB 1573
AUDITOR, STATE  AUDITOR, STATE RSS Feed
               (See also LEGISLATIVE AUDIT AND REVIEW COMMITTEE, JOINT (JLARC))
Deadly force, by peace officers, agency requirements compliance audits, state auditor role: HB 1089, SHB 1089, * E2SHB 1089, CH 319 (2021), SB 5069
Duties and procedures, revising: * SB 5002, CH 148 (2022)
General elections, forensic audit process for, state auditor role: HB 2115
Levies for schools, enrichment, expenditure requirements, when audit shows failure to comply, penalty, removing: HB 1500
Long-term in-home care program, audits of, state auditor role: * SB 5002, CH 148 (2022)
Performance audits of government account, continuing temporary uses of funds in: SSB 5616, * 2SSB 5616, CH 157 (2022)
Performance audits, certain provisions/statutes, removing or repealing: * SB 5002, CH 148 (2022)
Performance audits, citizen advisory board, repealing statute creating: * SB 5002, CH 148 (2022)
Term limit, constitutional amendment: HJR 4207
AUDITORS AND AUDITING  AUDITORS AND AUDITING RSS Feed
               (See also AUDITOR, STATE; ELECTIONS; LEGISLATIVE AUDIT AND REVIEW COMMITTEE, JOINT (JLARC))
County auditors, deed of trust recording surcharge, delaying expiration of: * HB 1104, CH 31 (2021)
County auditors, document recording standards, revising: * SB 5019, CH 137 (2021)
County auditors, document recording, surveys and maps provisions: SB 5224
County auditors, document-recording surcharge, additional: HB 1277, SHB 1277, * E2SHB 1277, CH 214 (2021), SB 5279
County auditors, document-recording surcharges, funds distributions for permanent supportive housing: * ESHB 1866, CH 216 (2022)
County auditors, document-recording surcharges, provisions: HB 1183, HB 1277, SHB 1277, * E2SHB 1277, CH 214 (2021), HB 2010, SB 5224, SB 5279, SB 5954
County auditors, document-recording surcharges, revenue distributions to health and homes account: HB 1866
County auditors, document-recording surcharges, revenue source for eviction prevention/housing stability: HB 1277, SHB 1277, * E2SHB 1277, CH 214 (2021), SB 5279
County auditors, general and special election and primary audits role of: HB 2115
County auditors, name change order filing/recording fees, court waiver of due to hardship, when: HB 1961, * SHB 1961, CH 141 (2022)
County auditors, offices of, staff members of, cyber harassment of, class C felony: * ESSB 5628, CH 231 (2022)
County auditors, video recording of mail-in ballot and ballot inspection/duplication/counting center election activities: HB 2005