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

FARMS AND FARMING  FARMS AND FARMING RSS Feed
               (See also AGRICULTURE; FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS; WILDLIFE)
Adaptive agricultural equipment, sales and use tax preferences, when: HB 1736, SHB 1736
Composting, protecting from nuisance lawsuits: HB 1167, SB 5476
Custom farming and hauling farm products tax exemptions: HB 1881
Dairy farms, men and women working on, honoring: * SR 8605 (2019)
Egg layer operations, commercial, guidelines and requirements: HB 2049, * SHB 2049, CH 276 (2019)
Employees, farm internship pilot project, delaying expiration: HB 2136
Farmers markets, alcoholic beverage sales at, various: HB 1947
Farmers, future farmers of America, Washington's, recognizing: * HR 4611 (2019)
Farmers, retired, removal from current use classification of land owned by: HB 2087
Hemp, commodity program, developing: SSB 5276, * E2SSB 5276, CH 158 (2019)
Hemp, industrial hemp research pilot program, replacing: HB 1401, SHB 1401, E2SHB 1401, SB 5719
Hemp, industrial, plan for production of: SB 5276, SSB 5276, * E2SSB 5276, CH 158 (2019)
Hemp, licensing and regulatory program for production: HB 1401, SHB 1401, E2SHB 1401, SB 5719
Lands, agricultural, state agency acquisitions, land assessments for: HB 1733, SHB 1733, SB 5543, SSB 5543
Mushroom farming facilities, sales and use tax deferral: SB 5979
Products, farm, vehicles carrying, authority to exceed weight limits: HB 1712
Sustainable farms and fields grant program, developing: HB 2095, SB 5947, SSB 5947, 2SSB 5947
Vehicles, single or combination carrying farm products, weight limit exception: SB 5883, * SSB 5883, CH 439 (2019)
Wildlife, agricultural damage by, claims for: HB 1875, SHB 1875
Workers, H-2A, office of agricultural and seasonal workforce services, establishing: SSB 5438, * E2SSB 5438, CH 441 (2019)
Workers, H-2A, office of H-2A compliance and farm labor, establishing: HB 1398, SB 5438
FERRIES  FERRIES RSS Feed
               
Auto ferries, purchase of additional: HB 2161, * ESHB 2161, CH 431 (2019), SB 5992, SSB 5992
Cameras, traffic safety, authorized use of: HB 1793, SB 5789
Cameras, traffic safety, authorized use of and pilot program for: ESHB 1793
Funding, from motor vehicle sales/use tax revenues: SB 5978
Passenger-only service between Olympia and Seattle, studying: SB 5157
Performance measures for ferry system: HB 1189, SHB 1189
Procurement, ferries, small business enterprise enforceable goals program: * ESHB 2161, CH 431 (2019)
Vessel replacement surcharge, additional, on certain fares: HB 2161, * ESHB 2161, CH 431 (2019), SB 5971, SSB 5971, SB 5992, SSB 5992
Vessel replacement surcharge, deposits into capital vessel replacement account: SB 5971, SSB 5971
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS  FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS RSS Feed
               (See also CONSUMER PROTECTION; LOANS; RECORDS; TRUST INSTITUTIONS)
Banking, Glass-Steagall act separation of investment and commercial, requesting: SJM 8003
Consolidated financial institution group members, additional B&O tax, when: * SHB 2167, CH 420 (2019)
Credit unions, Washington state credit union act, revising: * HB 1247, CH 19 (2019), SB 5479
Investment management companies, international, tax preferences: * ESB 6016, CH 426 (2019)
Investment management services, international, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1266, SHB 1266, SB 5325, SSB 5325
Investment trust, Washington, creating: SB 5949, SB 5995
Linked deposit program, administrative provisions: SB 5167, SSB 5167
Payment cards, theft or fraud using, aiding reporting of: SB 5278, * SSB 5278, CH 186 (2019)
Rewards cards, managed by institution, unclaimed property act exemption: SHB 1313
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE RSS Feed
               (See also PUBLIC WORKS)
Duties and organization of OFM, correcting statutes to reflect: HB 1294, * SB 5310, CH 146 (2019)
Education data center, colleges' and universities' unit budgets, displaying: HB 2089
Education data center, higher education student level data submission to: SB 5960, SSB 5960
Education data center, postsecondary student financial aid programs data: * E2SHB 2158, CH 406 (2019)
Firearm background checks, single/full point of contact system, feasibility: * SHB 1949, CH 35 (2019)
Fiscal analysis, work group concerning nonpartisan agency for, OFM role: SB 5636
Fiscal impact, dynamic fiscal impact statements, instituting, OFM role: HB 2151, SB 5636
Fiscal notes, various provisions: HB 2151, SB 5636
Health care providers, out-of-network, data set and business process: HB 1065, SHB 1065, SB 5031, SB 5699
Lost and found property, monetary thresholds for disposition, OFM role: HB 1764, * SHB 1764, CH 30 (2019)
Military spouse recruitment program, OFM role: HB 1328, SHB 1328, SB 5772
Prescription drugs, cost transparency, OFM role: HB 1224, SB 5251, SB 5292, SSB 5292
RCW, obsolete provisions concerning OFM: HB 1364, SB 5311, * ESSB 5311, CH 147 (2019)
State employees, child care access and affordability survey, OFM role: * 2SHB 1344, CH 368 (2019)
Statewide all-payer health care claims database, transfer of authority for: HB 1776, SHB 1776, 2SHB 1776, SB 5741, * ESSB 5741, CH 319 (2019)
Workforce education investment account, appropriations from: HB 2158, SHB 2158, * E2SHB 2158, CH 406 (2019)
FIRE PROTECTION  FIRE PROTECTION RSS Feed
               (See also BUILDING CODE COUNCIL; FIREFIGHTERS)
Burning, outdoor, authorizing for silvicultural operations and wildfire resiliency: * 2SHB 1784, CH 305 (2019), SB 5279, ESSB 5279
Districts, as broadband internet services providers: SB 5085
Districts, clean-up/removal action costs: EHB 1169
Districts, commissioner elections when modifying boundaries: SB 5266, * SSB 5266, CH 454 (2019)
Districts, commissioner elections, ranked choice voting for: HB 1722, SB 5708
Districts, interlocal agreements for vehicle and equipment maintenance by: * SSB 5670, CH 402 (2019)
Districts, interlocal agreements for vehicle maintenance/repair by: HB 1669, SB 5670
Districts, public works contract thresholds: * ESSB 5418, CH 434 (2019) PV
Districts, purchases and building contracts, bid limits: HB 1670, SB 5671
Districts, rangeland fire protection firefighting program implementation by: SHB 1188
Districts, rural, equipment purchased by, sales/use tax exemptions: HB 1773
Fire alarm monitoring services, tax exemptions: HB 2130
Fire departments, municipal, clean-up/removal action costs: EHB 1169
Fire districts, local, protected land not assessed by levy, annexation: SB 5010, * SSB 5010, CH 178 (2019)
Fire investigators, workers' compensation occupational disease presumptions: * HB 1913, CH 133 (2019), SB 5849
Fire service mobilization plan, risk resource mobilization restriction: 2SSB 5019
Fire service mobilization plan, risk resources, extending expiration: HB 1170, SB 5019, 2SSB 5019
Fire service mobilization plan, risk resources, repealing expiration: * SHB 1170, CH 259 (2019), SSB 5019
First amendment rights activity, risk resources mobilization for, restricting: * SHB 1170, CH 259 (2019)
Flame retardants, as priority chemicals, reducing use in consumer products: HB 1194, SHB 1194, SB 5135, * SSB 5135, CH 292 (2019)
Foam, class B firefighting, with PFAS chemicals: HB 1143, SHB 1143
Rangeland fire protection associations, provisions: HB 1188, SHB 1188, HB 1894
Rangeland firefighting, exterior training and certification standard for: SHB 1188
Regional fire protection service authorities, clean-up action costs: EHB 1169
Regional fire protection service authorities, rangeland firefighting programs: SHB 1188
Smoke detection devices, requirements: HB 1103, SB 5284, SSB 5284, * E2SSB 5284, CH 455 (2019)
Wildfires, 2014 Carlton complex/2015 Okanogan complex fires, studying: HB 1941
Wildfires, 2018 season, appropriations from budget stabilization account for: HB 2159, * SHB 2159, CH 418 (2019), SB 6009, SSB 6009
Wildfires, fire damage or response costs, actions against electric utility for: HB 1334, SB 5305
Wildfires, ignition-resistant landscaping: HB 1165
Wildfires, national guard fire response duty, pay for: * HB 1137, CH 66 (2019), SB 5196
Wildfires, premobilization aviation assistance program, establishing: HB 1958
Wildfires, prevention and response, forest health treatment role in: SHB 1784, * 2SHB 1784, CH 305 (2019)
Wildfires, prevention/suppression, additional property/casualty insurer tax for: SB 5996
Wildfires, prevention/suppression, forest health advisory committee role: SB 5996, SSB 5996
Wildfires, prevention/suppression, property/casualty insurer wildfire surcharge: SSB 5996
Wildfires, prevention/suppression, wildland fire advisory committee role: SB 5996, SSB 5996
Wildfires, resiliency to, authorizing outdoor burning for enhancing: * 2SHB 1784, CH 305 (2019), SB 5279, ESSB 5279
Wildfires, response resources for, and premobilization assistance program: HB 1940
Wildfires, utility wildland fire prevention task force, convening: HB 1334, SHB 1334, SB 5305, * SSB 5305, CH 77 (2019)
Wildfires, wildfire fuel breaks to reduce hazards: HB 1784
Wildland fire advisory committee, duties, range and underprotected lands: HB 1894
FIREARMS  FIREARMS RSS Feed
               (See also WEAPONS)
Aiming or discharge of a firearm or dangerous weapon, unlawful, provisions: HB 1541
Ammunition, large capacity magazines, prohibitions: HB 1068, SHB 1068, HB 1286, SB 5062, SSB 5062, SB 5340
Ammunition, lead, selling/giving to person under 21: HB 1346
Animal control officers, carrying firearms: SB 5016
Assault rifles, semiautomatic, sale or transfer, safety training requirements: HB 1511
Assault weapons and large capacity magazines, prohibitions: HB 1286, SB 5340
Background checks, confidential health care information: HB 1097
Background checks, exemptions, concealed pistol licensee transfers: HB 1649
Background checks, people's defense of the Second Amendment act of 2019: HB 2103
Background checks, single or full point of contact system for: HB 1949, * SHB 1949, CH 35 (2019)
Bump-fire stock buy-back program, modifying: SB 5954, * SSB 5954, CH 9 (2019)
Bump-fire stock buy-back program, participants' personal information: HB 2182, * SB 6025, CH 239 (2019)
Bump-fire stock buy-back program, SB 6025 concerning, authorizing consideration of: * SCR 8406 (2019)
Clay targets, sales and use tax exemptions: SB 5726
Colleges, community and technical, safety officer weapons: SB 5150
Deadly weapon sentencing enhancements, provisions: HB 1153
Force, with firearm discharge, use by officers and security guards, reporting: SB 5916
Forfeited firearms, destruction by state patrol: HB 1010, SHB 1010
Forfeited firearms, disposing of, by law enforcement agencies: HB 1671
Gun clubs, nonprofit, clay target sales and use tax exemptions for: SB 5726
Legislators introducing bills concerning firearms, training for: SB 5172
Lost or stolen firearms, reporting requirements: HB 1203
Open carrying of firearms, at public meetings, municipality restricting of: HB 1319
People's defense of the Second Amendment act of 2019: HB 2103
Pistols, concealed pistol licensees, background check exemption, when: HB 1649
Pistols, concealed, carrying into another's residence, prohibition: HB 1439
Pistols, delivery of, requirements: * EHB 1465, CH 244 (2019)
Pistols, license for concealed, applications and safety training program: SSB 5174
Pistols, license for concealed, applications, proficiency, and instructors: HB 1315, SB 5174
Pistols, license for concealed, background check requirements: HB 1464, * SB 5508, CH 249 (2019)
Pistols, license for concealed, exemption for correctional employees, when: * HB 1589, CH 231 (2019)
Pistols, license for concealed, firearm possession in certain places, exemptions: HB 2124
Pistols, license for concealed, in cases of domestic violence: HB 1225, * SHB 1225, CH 367 (2019)
Pistols, license for concealed, process for renewal by law enforcement: * HB 1934, CH 135 (2019)
Pistols, license for concealed, removing as requirement for pistol delivery: * EHB 1465, CH 244 (2019)
Pistols, license for concealed, surrendering due to protection order violation: HB 1541
Pistols, license for concealed, surrendering due to various orders requiring: HB 1786, * SHB 1786, CH 245 (2019)
Pistols, transfer and/or sale records database, prohibiting: HB 1022, HB 1024
Possession by juvenile, unlawful, interventions and sentences for: HB 1855
Possession, by person incompetent to stand trial, prohibiting: * SB 5205, CH 248 (2019)
Possession, on child care center premises, prohibitions: ESSB 5434
Possession, on child care center, library, or park premises, prohibitions: HB 1530, SB 5434
Possession, on school grounds by employees, when: HB 1038, HB 1763, SB 5977
Possession, prohibition after release from mental health evaluation: SB 5181, * SSB 5181, CH 247 (2019)
Possession, unlawful, in second degree, various provisions: HB 1541
Protection order violations, firearm surrendering and prohibitions due to: HB 1541
Protection orders, extreme risk, against person under 18: SB 5072
Protection orders, extreme risk, grounds for: SB 5745, SSB 5745
Protection orders, extreme risk, various provisions: HB 1774, SB 5027, * ESSB 5027, CH 246 (2019)
Purchase and possession, lowering required age for: HB 2103
Regulation of firearms, local government authority: HB 1374
Regulation of firearms, state preemption of, repealing: HB 1374
Repealing various firearms provisions: HB 1097, HB 1098
Seizing firearms and ammunition, due to domestic violence incident: HB 1225, * SHB 1225, CH 367 (2019), SB 5143, SSB 5143
Sentencing enhancements for firearms, with body armor possession: SB 5050
Sexually violent predators, deadly weapon delivery by unmanned aircraft to: HB 1381
Storage and security of firearms, requirements and penalties: HB 1098
Suicide, awareness and prevention materials for firearms dealers: HB 1648, SHB 1648
Surrendering firearms, protection order violation under parentage act: HB 1541
Surrendering firearms, protection, no-contact, or restraining orders requiring: HB 1786, * SHB 1786, CH 245 (2019)
Target shooting, on DNR-managed lands: SB 5099, SSB 5099
Undetectable or untraceable firearms, prohibitions: HB 1073, HB 1739, * SHB 1739, CH 243 (2019), SB 5061, SSB 5061
FIREFIGHTERS  FIREFIGHTERS RSS Feed
               (See also EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND SERVICES; FIRST RESPONDERS; RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
Animals, medical services for, by emergency fire protection responders: SB 5208
Occupational disease presumptions, for workers' compensation: * HB 1913, CH 133 (2019), SB 5849
PERS service credit transfer to LEOFF, when: HB 1297, SB 5355, * SSB 5355, CH 47 (2019)
Safety, carcinogen exposure reduction, healthy in healthy out best practices: SB 5175, * SSB 5175, CH 76 (2019)
FIRST RESPONDERS  FIRST RESPONDERS RSS Feed
               (See also EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND SERVICES; FIREFIGHTERS; LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL)
911 enhanced service, person with disability at scene, immediate display: HB 2143
Emergency responders, medical services for animals by: SB 5208
Emergency response workers, active service volunteer services: HB 2078
Peer support group counselors, first responder privileged communications to: HB 1356, * SHB 1356, CH 98 (2019)
School safety, first responder building mapping information system, studying: HB 1216, SHB 1216, * 2SHB 1216, CH 333 (2019), SB 5317, SSB 5317, 2SSB 5317
School safety, threat notifications to nearby schools by responders: SB 5514, * SSB 5514, CH 84 (2019)
Spousal survivors of responders, property tax exemption: SB 5049
FISH  FISH RSS Feed
               (See also FISHING; ZOOS AND AQUARIUMS)
Barriers to passage, local barrier partnership account, creating: HB 2022, SHB 2022
Barriers to passage, removal projects, additive transportation funding for: SB 5972, SSB 5972
Barriers to passage, removal projects, funding: HB 1228, HB 1691, SHB 1691, HB 1889, HB 2022, SHB 2022, SB 5130, SB 5136, SB 5788, SB 5798, SB 5978
Game fish, bass, walleye, and channel catfish, liberalizing bag limits: SHB 1579, * 2SHB 1579, CH 290 (2019) PV
Game fish, removing certain freshwater fish from list: HB 1579, SB 5580
Habitat projects, conservation district-sponsored: HB 1187, SB 5567
Habitat projects, to include kelp, eelgrass, and oyster restoration: * SB 5404, CH 150 (2019)
Salmon, chinook, killer whale task force recommendation for increasing: HB 1579, SHB 1579, * 2SHB 1579, CH 290 (2019) PV, SB 5580
Salmon, Columbia river, below Bonneville dam, gill net fisheries restrictions: SSB 5692
Salmon, Columbia river, gill net use alternatives, and pound net license: SSB 5692
Salmon, Columbia river, nontribal gill net salmon catch observer program: SSB 5692
Salmon, Columbia river, Washington-Oregon bistate fishery reforms: SSB 5692
Salmon, Columbia river, Washington-Oregon conservation/recovery efforts: 2SHB 1708
Salmon, habitat, riparian-oriented agroforestry pilot initiative, establishing: HB 2082
Salmon, hatcheries, in southwest coastal counties: HB 1036
Salmon, international year of the, recognizing 2019 as: HJM 4012
Salmon, managing sea lions to enhance recovery of: HJM 4001
Salmon, managing sea lions/pinnipeds to enhance recovery, panels to consider: SHB 1824
Salmon, managing sea lions/pinnipeds to limit predation, permits for, requesting federal action: SJM 8015
Salmon, maximum lethal take of sea lions to enhance recovery of: HB 1824
Salmon, maximum lethal take of sea lions/seals/pinnipeds to enhance recovery: SHB 1824
Salmon, new salmon hatchery, construction by port of Bellingham: SB 5824
Salmon, nontribal Columbia river gill net use for, prohibition and license buyout plan: SSB 5617
Salmon, nontribal gill net use alternatives, selective gear incentive program: SSB 5617
Salmon, nontribal gill net use for, prohibition and license buyout plan: SB 5617
Steelhead, Columbia river, below Bonneville dam, gill net fisheries restrictions: SSB 5692
Steelhead, Columbia river, Washington-Oregon conservation/recovery efforts: 2SHB 1708
FISH AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION  FISH AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION RSS Feed
               (See also FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT)
Commercial and treaty fisher's gear compensation program, establishing: HB 1610, SHB 1610
Damage by wildlife, prevention, nonlethal dog pursuit training, rule adoption: * HB 1516, CH 226 (2019)
Game fish, bass, walleye, and channel catfish, liberalizing bag limits: SHB 1579, * 2SHB 1579, CH 290 (2019) PV
Game fish, regulated by commission, removing certain fish from list: HB 1579, SB 5580
Hunter clothing, fluorescent, rule adoption: SB 5148, * ESSB 5148, CH 58 (2019)
Salmon and steelhead, Columbia river, working with Oregon to support: 2SHB 1708
FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT  FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also DISCOVER PASS; FISH; FISH AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION; FISHING; HUNTING; HYDRAULIC PERMITS AND PROJECTS; MARINE WATERS, STATE; SHELLFISH; WILDLIFE)
Commercial and treaty crab fishing gear, lost/damaged, study and pilot program: SHB 1610
Commercial and treaty fisher's gear, lost/damaged, study and pilot program: HB 1610
Commercial whale watching, DFW role: SHB 1580, 2SHB 1580
Cougar control pilot program, establishing: SB 5100
Damage by wildlife, agricultural, claims for, DFW role: HB 1875, SHB 1875
Damage by wildlife, prevention, nonlethal dog pursuit training to aid: * HB 1516, CH 226 (2019), SB 5320
Damage by wildlife, protections against, DFW role: HB 1045, HB 2097, * ESHB 2097, CH 450 (2019), SB 5620
Elk, elk management pilot project, modifying and extending, DFW role: HB 2055
Enforcement, fish and wildlife officers, definition and collective bargaining: HB 1217, SB 5481
Enforcement, fish and wildlife officers, rank of sergeant, collective bargaining: HB 2037, SHB 2037
Enforcement, property seizure by DFW and forfeiture: HB 1269, SHB 1269
Fish passage barrier removal board, role of: HB 1691, SHB 1691, HB 1889, SB 5136, SB 5788
Hydraulic code enforcement, DFW role: HB 1579, SHB 1579, * 2SHB 1579, CH 290 (2019) PV, SB 5580
Lands, DFW game lands, payments to counties in lieu of property taxes: HB 1662, SB 5696, SSB 5696
Lands, DFW, management activities and mitigation actions: HB 1983
Lands, DFW, pollinator habitat: SB 5552, * SSB 5552, CH 353 (2019)
Lands, DFW, undeveloped real property, sign when closed to public access: HB 2138
Salmon, Columbia river, nontribal gill net salmon catch observer program: SSB 5692
Salmon, Columbia river, Washington-Oregon bistate fishery reforms: SSB 5692
Streambeds, human-caused disturbances, scientific literature review, DFW role: HB 1404
Volunteer programs, within DFW, review of opportunities to include: SB 5265, * SSB 5265, CH 45 (2019)
Wolves, conflict mitigation guidelines, developing and implementing: * ESHB 2097, CH 450 (2019)
Wolves, gray, lethal removal criteria and translocation to Bainbridge Island: HB 1639
Wolves, gray, nonlethal removal or relocation, authorizing: HB 1045
Wolves, gray, review of listing status by DFW: HB 2097
Wolves, wolf-livestock conflict response and proactive nonlethal deterrents: HB 2097, * ESHB 2097, CH 450 (2019)
FISHING  FISHING RSS Feed
               (See also FISH; SHELLFISH)
Columbia river recreational salmon and steelhead endorsement program: HB 1708, SHB 1708, 2SHB 1708, SB 5692, SSB 5692, SB 5871
Commercial and treaty crab fishing gear, lost or damaged, studying: SHB 1610
Commercial and treaty fisher's gear compensation program, establishing: HB 1610, SHB 1610
Commercial and treaty fisher's gear, lost or damaged, studying: HB 1610
Commercial fishing fleet, Washington state, 2019 blessing of the fleet: * SR 8616 (2019)
Commercial, crewmember license: HB 1769, SHB 1769
Commercial, enhanced food fish tax revenues: HB 1096, SB 5790
Enforcement, property seizure and forfeiture: HB 1269, SHB 1269
Licenses, age threshold for mandatory licensing, raising: HB 1708, SHB 1708, 2SHB 1708, SB 5692, SSB 5692
Licenses, commercial, security interest or lien in: * HB 1062, CH 200 (2019)
Licenses, enhancement programs, revenue from, deposits into accounts: HB 1708, SHB 1708, 2SHB 1708, SB 5692, SSB 5692
Licenses, new fish Washington and sportsperson licenses: HB 1708, SHB 1708, 2SHB 1708, SB 5692, SSB 5692
Licenses, recreational, comprehensive changes: HB 1708, SHB 1708, 2SHB 1708, SB 5692, SSB 5692
Licenses, recreational, fee increase: SSB 5692
Licenses, recreational, fee increase and surcharge: HB 1708, SHB 1708, 2SHB 1708, SB 5692
Licenses, recreational, reduced rate for persons with disabilities: HB 1230
Right to fish, hunt, and harvest wildlife, not to be infringed, constitutional amendment: SJR 8204
Salmon, Columbia river nontribal gill net use for, prohibition and license buyout plan: SSB 5617
Salmon, Columbia river, below Bonneville dam, gill net fisheries restrictions: SSB 5692
Salmon, Columbia river, gill net use alternatives, and pound net license: SSB 5692
Salmon, Columbia river, nontribal gill net salmon catch observer program: SSB 5692
Salmon, Columbia river, Washington-Oregon bistate fishery reforms: SSB 5692
Salmon, Columbia river, Washington-Oregon conservation/recovery efforts: 2SHB 1708
Salmon, nontribal gill net use alternatives, selective gear incentive program: SSB 5617
Salmon, nontribal gill net use for, prohibition and license buyout plan: SB 5617
Smelt, recreational license for, requiring: HB 1579
Smelt, saltwater, recreational license for, requiring: SHB 1579, * 2SHB 1579, CH 290 (2019) PV
Steelhead, Columbia river, below Bonneville dam, gill net fisheries restrictions: SSB 5692
Steelhead, Columbia river, Washington-Oregon conservation/recovery efforts: 2SHB 1708
FLAGS  FLAGS RSS Feed
               
United States, flag of, placement by state highways: SB 5094
FLOOD CONTROL  FLOOD CONTROL RSS Feed
               
Chehalis basin flooding, damage reduction and habitat restoration: HB 1154
Chehalis basin, Chehalis board voting members, tribal voting alternates: HB 2109
Chehalis basin, office of, water infrastructure program role: HB 1889, SB 5136
FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS  FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS RSS Feed
               (See also BUSINESSES; FARMS AND FARMING; FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS; HORSES; PUBLIC ASSISTANCE)
Beverages, plastic straws for, food service establishment restrictions: ESSB 5077
Beverages, plastic straws for, prohibition: SB 5077
Beverages, plastic straws for, prohibitions and exceptions: HB 1632
Beverages, plastic straws for, reducing waste of: SHB 1632
Career and technical education, food career-connected learning within: HB 1863, SB 5804
Dairy day at the legislature, honoring the Washington dairy industry: * SR 8605 (2019)
Dairy inspection program, milk assessment to fund, delaying expiration: * HB 1429, CH 115 (2019), SB 5447
Eggs and egg products, regulation and restrictions: * SHB 2049, CH 276 (2019)
Food and beverages, for pets and humans, scan-down allowances on: * EHB 1354, CH 217 (2019), SB 5407
Food and drug administration, U.S., disclosure exemption for certain records: * HB 1385, CH 337 (2019), SB 5455
Food policy forum, Washington, establishing: HB 1731
Food products producers, greenhouse gas limits regulatory relief for: HB 1985
Food service businesses, worker schedule requirements: HB 1491, SHB 1491, SB 5717, SSB 5717
Food service establishments, plastic straws, restrictions: ESSB 5077
Food service products, single-use plastic, prohibitions: * ESHB 1569, CH 265 (2019)
Food service products, single-use plastic, prohibitions and alternatives: HB 1632
Food service products, single-use plastic, reducing waste of: SHB 1632
Food trucks, fire code, permits, and rule making: HB 1134, SHB 1134
Food, definition, application for sales tax purposes of: HB 1890, SB 5581, * SSB 5581, CH 8 (2019)
Fruit and vegetable incentives program, for low-income persons, establishing: HB 1587, * SHB 1587, CH 168 (2019), SB 5583
Hospitality businesses, worker schedule requirements: HB 1491, SHB 1491, SB 5717, SSB 5717
Hospitality industry in Washington, recognizing: * SR 8607 (2019)
Meals on Wheels, greater Spokane county, honoring: * HR 4619 (2019), * SR 8626 (2019)
Meat, cell-cultured products, prohibitions: HB 1519
Milk, non-milk products identified by "milk," unlawful to sell or deliver: SB 5349
Mobile food units, fire code, permits, and rule making: HB 1134, SHB 1134
Mobile food units, permits for: SB 5218, * SSB 5218, CH 185 (2019)
Packaging and food service products, plastic, degradability and prohibitions: * ESHB 1569, CH 265 (2019)
Packaging and serviceware, plastic, degradability and prohibitions: HB 1569
Prepared food, permanent sales tax exemption for: SB 5624
Processing facilities, greenhouse gas emission limits exemption for: HB 1984
Refreshment and coffee services, volunteer, at safety rest areas: SB 5901
School meal programs, free or reduced-price: HB 1685
School meal programs, reduced-price lunches, eliminating copays: HB 1892
Wasted food and food waste, reducing: HB 1114, SHB 1114, * E2SHB 1114, CH 255 (2019)
Women, infant, and children farmers market nutrition program, fruit/vegetable benefit: HB 1587, SB 5583
FOREST LAND  FOREST LAND RSS Feed
               (See also CONSERVATION; FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS)
Biochar, from wildlife fuel loads: HJM 4000, * SJM 8005 (2019)
Burning, outdoor, authorizing for silvicultural operations and wildfire resiliency: * 2SHB 1784, CH 305 (2019), SB 5279, ESSB 5279
Community forest pilot program, establishing: SSB 5873, 2SSB 5873
Community forests, county-owned, reconveyance of state forestlands for: SB 5701
Community forests, grant program and account, establishing: HB 1946, SHB 1946, SB 5873
Fire damage or response costs, actions against electric utility for: HB 1334, SB 5305
Forestland owners, small, trends and policy analyses related to: SHB 1273
Herbicides, aerial application on forestlands, work group on, establishing: * SSB 5597, CH 355 (2019)
Landowners, small forest, legislative work group on, creating: HB 1273, SB 5330
Landowners, small forest, trends analysis: * ESSB 5330, CH 457 (2019)
Landowners, small forest, working forests special license plates, creating: HB 2166
Lands, natural and working, carbon sequestration/storage capabilities, utilizing: HB 2047, SHB 2047, 2SHB 2047
Lands, riparian-oriented agroforestry pilot initiative, establishing: HB 2082
Pesticides, aerial application on forestlands, work group, establishing: SB 5597
State forestlands, payments from exchange of, county prorating, when: * HB 2119, CH 309 (2019), SB 5975
Wildfires, prevention and response, forest health treatment role in: SHB 1784, * 2SHB 1784, CH 305 (2019)
Wildfires, utility wildland fire prevention task force, convening: SHB 1334
Working forest proximity, real estate seller disclosure of: * HB 1011, CH 17 (2019)
FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS  FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS RSS Feed
               (See also CONSERVATION; FOREST LAND; FOREST PRACTICES BOARD; NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT)
Burning, outdoor, authorizing for silvicultural operations and wildfire resiliency: * 2SHB 1784, CH 305 (2019), SB 5279, ESSB 5279
Christmas tree grower licensure program, extending: * HB 1146, CH 206 (2019)
Forest products B&O tax rate, delaying expiration of: HB 2121
Huckleberry buyers, maintaining and disclosing records, when: HB 2092
Logging and mining, in upper Skagit watershed, requesting prevention of: HJM 4013, SJM 8014
Timber industry/products, B&O tax preferential rates, continuing: HB 1249, HB 1348, SHB 1348
Timber industry/products, mass timber products, B&O tax preferences: HB 1443, SB 5467
Timber products, surcharge, modifying: SHB 1324, 2SHB 1324, * E3SHB 1324, CH 336 (2019) PV
Tree farm program, working forests special license plates, creating: HB 2166
Tree planting and tending, riparian-oriented agroforestry pilot initiative: HB 2082
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Actions, significant agency, board scientific information sources: SB 5241
Rule making, significant legislative rules, scientific information, board role: SB 5241
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Child-placing agencies, contract evaluation: HB 1367, SB 5645
Extended foster care services, for certain youth who are 18: HB 2034
Foster parents, as "another suitable person" for placement purposes: HB 2027
Foster parents, short-term case aides for: HB 2031, SB 5096, SSB 5096
Homeschooling of foster youth by foster parents, when: HB 1760, HB 1761
Legal proceedings, foster care-related, counsel for DCYF and parents for: HB 2083, SB 5942
Permanency planning hearing, bonding and best interest assessments: HB 2028
Prevention and family services and programs, relation to foster care: * HB 1900, CH 172 (2019), SB 5826
Students, formerly in foster care, college assistance pilot program for: HB 1572, SB 5800, SSB 5800, * 2SSB 5800, CH 330 (2019)
Students, foster student scholarship program, establishing: HB 1969
Traumatic brain injuries, screenings for children entering foster care system: HB 1605, * SHB 1605, CH 120 (2019), SB 5586, SSB 5586
FUELS  FUELS RSS Feed
               (See also HEATING AND HEATERS; OIL AND GAS; TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL)
Aircraft fuel, sales and use tax revenues, deposits into aeronautics account: HB 1457, SHB 1457
Alternative fuels, transportation electrification plans, infrastructure, and tax preferences: HB 2042, SHB 2042, * E2SHB 2042, CH 287 (2019)
Clean fuels program, establishing: HB 1110, SHB 1110, E2SHB 1110, SB 5412
Fossil fuel industry worker assistance, when: SB 5981
Fossil fuels, carbon pollution fee: SB 5971, SSB 5971
Fuel mix disclosure by electric utilities, modifying: HB 1428, * ESHB 1428, CH 222 (2019)
Gas, natural, pre-use upstream emissions rate and global warming potential: HB 1597
Gas, natural, renewable, gas company provisions: 2SHB 1257, * E3SHB 1257, CH 285 (2019)
Gas, natural, suppliers of, cap and trade program provisions: SB 5981
Hydrogen, renewable, production and distribution by public utility districts: SB 5588
Hydrogen, renewable, production, use, and sale by public utility districts: * SSB 5588, CH 24 (2019)
Hydrogen, renewable, provisions: SHB 2042, * E2SHB 2042, CH 287 (2019)
International fuel tax agreement license, application fee: SB 5971, SSB 5971
Motor fuel pumps, fuel tax sticker for display on: HB 1633, SHB 1633
Motor vehicle fuel, licensees, imposing additional/cumulative tax rate on: SB 5971, SSB 5971
Transportation fuels, clean fuels program, establishing: HB 1110, SHB 1110, E2SHB 1110, SB 5412