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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
Agricultural producers, Washington state, honoring and appreciating: * HR 4653 (2020), * SR 8687 (2020)
Compost, farm operations purchasing and using, reimbursement pilot program: HB 2713
Composting, protecting from nuisance lawsuits: HB 1167, SB 5476
Custom farming and hauling farm products tax exemptions: HB 1881
Dairy cattle, Chehalis future farmers of America dairy cattle evaluation team, congratulating: * HR 4678 (2020)
Dairy farms, men and women working on, honoring: * SR 8605 (2019), * SR 8671 (2020)
Egg layer operations, commercial, guidelines and requirements: HB 2049, * SHB 2049, CH 276 (2019)
Employees, farm internship pilot project, delaying expiration: HB 2136, SHB 2136
Employees, farm internship pilot project, reestablishing: * ESB 6421, CH 212 (2020)
Employees, farm internship pilot project, various provisions: * ESB 6421, CH 212 (2020)
Farmers markets, alcoholic beverage sales at, various: HB 1947
Farmers, future farmers of America, Washington's, 90th year of, recognizing: * HR 4680 (2020), * SR 8666 (2020)
Farmers, future farmers of America, Washington's, recognizing: * HR 4611 (2019)
Farmers, retired, removal from current use classification of land owned by: HB 2087
Fertilizers, renewable ammonia for producing, certification/labeling program: HB 2652
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
Labor, farm labor contracting system, definition of agricultural employee: * ESSB 6261, CH 205 (2020)
Labor, farm labor contracting system, removing exemption for nonprofits: * ESSB 6261, CH 205 (2020)
Labor, farm labor contractors, licenses and adverse action prohibition: SB 6261
Lands, agricultural, state agency acquisitions, land assessments for: HB 1733, SHB 1733, 2SHB 1733, SB 5543, SSB 5543
Meat and poultry processing and marketing assistance program, creating: 2SSB 6382
Milk producers, small-scale farms, direct sales by, milk testing requirements: HB 2861
Mushroom farming facilities, sales and use tax deferral: SB 5979
Products, farm, vehicles carrying, authority to exceed weight limits: HB 1712
Products, producer-processor negotiations to include mediation, when: * HB 2524, CH 176 (2020)
Products, sweet corn/potatoes/pears, producer-processor negotiations: * HB 2524, CH 176 (2020)
Soil, Washington soil health initiative, creating: SB 6306, * SSB 6306, CH 314 (2020)
Sustainable farms and fields grant program, developing: HB 2095, SB 5947, SSB 5947, * 2SSB 5947, CH 351 (2020)
Vehicles, single or combination carrying farm products, weight limit exception: SB 5883, * SSB 5883, CH 439 (2019)
Washington farm bureau, recognizing in its centennial year: * HR 4650 (2020), * SR 8679 (2020)
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
Workers, Latino, Ricardo R. Garcia and KDNA Radio Cadena, recognizing: * HR 4670 (2020)
Workers, protections for: SB 6261
FERRIES  FERRIES RSS Feed
               
Auto ferries, purchase of additional: HB 2161, * ESHB 2161, CH 431 (2019), SB 5992, SSB 5992
Auto ferry, private, between Anacortes and British Columbia, permitting, when: SB 6667
Cameras, traffic safety, authorized use of: HB 1793, SB 5789
Cameras, traffic safety, authorized use of and pilot program for: * ESHB 1793, CH 224 (2020), SSB 5789
Employees, time/schedules and collective bargaining, ferry rider relief act: HB 2403
Funding, from motor vehicle sales/use tax revenues: SB 5978
International ferry services, direct, between Washington and British Columbia: SB 6667
Passenger-only service between Olympia and Seattle, studying: SB 5157
Passenger-only service, by cities on Puget Sound, authority/investment plan: * HB 2641, CH 181 (2020)
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 BUSINESSES; CONSUMER PROTECTION; LOANS; RECORDS; TRUST INSTITUTIONS)
Affordable housing, eliminating a financial institution B&O tax deduction to fund: SB 6445
Affordable housing, institutions issuing loans to programs for, B&O tax credit: HB 2606
Banking, Glass-Steagall act separation of investment and commercial, requesting: SJM 8003
Blockchain technology, Washington blockchain work group, establishing: HB 2604, SB 6065, * SSB 6065 (2020) V
Businesses, women-/minority-/veteran-owned, loans to, B&O tax credit: HB 2605
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
Financial fraud and identity theft crimes investigation and prosecution program: HB 2193, SB 6074, * SSB 6074, CH 60 (2020)
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, ESSB 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 INSTITUTIONS, DEPARTMENT  FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               
Regulatory compliance, technical assistance, enforcement, and training: HB 2330
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE RSS Feed
               (See also PUBLIC WORKS; REGULATORY ASSISTANCE, OFFICE OF)
Agency budget requests, discretionary tax preference listing with, OFM role: SB 6621
Bills, tax or fee increases and preferences in, cost/savings determination: HB 2333
Census, Washington census bill of rights and responsibilities, OFM role: HB 2527, * SHB 2527, CH 34 (2020)
Contracting agencies, rates paid to vendors, advisory group regarding, OFM role: HB 2944
Coronavirus, appropriations for response to, OFM role: * EHB 2965, CH 7 (2020), SB 6696
Duties and organization of OFM, correcting statutes to reflect: HB 1294, * SB 5310, CH 146 (2019)
Education data center, colleges' and universities' revenues/expenditures, displaying: SHB 2089
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, SSB 5636
Fiscal impact, dynamic fiscal impact statements, instituting, OFM role: HB 2151, SB 5636, SSB 5636
Fiscal impact, statements for ballot measures, when impact indeterminate: HB 2224
Fiscal notes and analysis, shifting to new legislative budget office: HB 2225
Fiscal notes, for revenue-altering supreme court decisions, provision of: SB 6353
Fiscal notes, various provisions: HB 2151, SB 5636, SSB 5636
Health care providers, out-of-network, data set and business process: HB 1065, SHB 1065, SB 5031, SB 5699
Heat island effects, from certain cities, ecological/salmonid impacts of, report: ESHB 2427
Homelessness, budget stabilization account appropriations to alleviate: HB 2522, SB 6167
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
Mitigation hierarchy/net ecological gain, land use/development/environment: HB 2550
Net ecological gain/no net loss, land use/development/environment: SHB 2550
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)
Rule making, discretionary, reduction pilot program, OFM role: HB 2257
Special purpose districts, governing body member compensation, OFM role: SB 6046
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)
Transportation project appropriations, certain transfers, repealing OFM authority: HB 2194
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
Carbon monoxide detectors, service agency installation of, liability limits for: * SB 6090, CH 149 (2020)
Child care centers, inspection by local authority or fire protection director: SSB 6482
Dampers, fire and/or smoke, buildings equipped with, inspection requirements: * HB 2701, CH 88 (2020)
Districts, as broadband internet services providers: SB 5085
Districts, benefit charge, permanent or ten-year, allowing with voter approval: * SSB 6415, CH 99 (2020)
Districts, benefit charge, permanent, allowing with voter approval: SB 6415
Districts, clean-up/removal action costs: EHB 1169, * SB 6078, CH 198 (2020)
Districts, commissioner elections when modifying boundaries: SB 5266, * SSB 5266, CH 454 (2019)
Districts, commissioner elections, ranked choice voting for: HB 1722, SB 5708, SB 6569
Districts, commissioners, increasing, when: HB 2908, SB 6582
Districts, commissioners, paid family and medical leave exclusion: SB 6216, SSB 6216
Districts, commissioners, term lengths of and elections for, modifying: HB 2912
Districts, health clinic services provided by, certain district in Pierce county: * SSB 6058, CH 94 (2020)
Districts, health clinic services provided by, expanding authority for: SB 6058, * SSB 6058, CH 94 (2020)
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 control systems, buildings equipped with, inspection requirements: * HB 2701, CH 88 (2020)
Fire departments, critical incident stress management programs, access to: * HB 2926, CH 294 (2020)
Fire departments, municipal, clean-up/removal action costs: EHB 1169, * SB 6078, CH 198 (2020)
Fire departments, safe station pilot program for substance use disorder aid: SB 6648
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 early mobilization: EHB 2228
Fire service mobilization plan, risk resource mobilization restriction: * SHB 1170, CH 259 (2019), 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
Fireworks, consumer, city or county limits or prohibition: HB 2307
Fireworks, sales in December, timing of: HB 1248
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, HB 2265, * ESHB 2265, CH 23 (2020), SB 6360
Gasoline operations, mobile on-demand, fire code standards for, various: * ESHB 2783, CH 43 (2020)
Gasoline providers, mobile on-demand, fire code standards for permit for: HB 2783
Rangeland fire protection associations, provisions: HB 1188, SHB 1188, EHB 1894
Rangeland firefighting, exterior training and certification standard for: SHB 1188
Regional fire protection service authorities, benefit charge, permanent or ten-year: * SSB 6415, CH 99 (2020)
Regional fire protection service authorities, clean-up action costs: EHB 1169, * SB 6078, CH 198 (2020)
Regional fire protection service authorities, rangeland firefighting programs: SHB 1188
Smoke control systems, buildings equipped with, inspection by contractor: * HB 2701, CH 88 (2020)
Smoke detection devices, installation of, installer not liable: HB 2595, SHB 2595
Smoke detection devices, requirements: HB 1103, HB 2595, SHB 2595, SB 5284, SSB 5284, * E2SSB 5284, CH 455 (2019)
Smoke detection devices, service agency installation of, liability limits for: * SB 6090, CH 149 (2020)
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, CH 9 (2020)
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, forest health activities for, funding: SB 6195
Wildfires, prevention/preparedness, forest health advisory committee role: HB 2413
Wildfires, prevention/preparedness, property/casualty insurer wildfire surcharge: HB 2413
Wildfires, prevention/preparedness, wildland fire advisory committee role: HB 2413
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, response, fire trailers for, registration and license plates: HB 2353, SHB 2353
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
Wildfires, wildfire prevention and preparedness act: HB 2413
Wildland fire advisory committee, duties, range and underprotected lands: EHB 1894
FIREARMS  FIREARMS RSS Feed
               (See also WEAPONS)
Aiming or discharge of a firearm or dangerous weapon, unlawful, provisions: HB 1541, EHB 2623
Ammunition, excise tax on, imposing: SB 6161
Ammunition, large capacity magazine buy-back program, establishing: HB 2947
Ammunition, large capacity magazines, requirements and prohibitions: HB 1068, SHB 1068, HB 1286, HB 2240, SHB 2240, HB 2241, HB 2947, SB 5062, SSB 5062, SB 5340, SB 6076, SB 6077, SSB 6077
Ammunition, lead, selling/giving to person under 21: HB 1346
Ammunition, purchase or possession of, removing restrictions: SB 6673
Ammunition, sale of, as face-to-face transaction, requiring: HB 2519
Ammunition, sales and seller licensing, background checks for: HB 2519
Ammunition, unlawful possession of, crime of: HB 2519
Animal control officers, carrying firearms: SB 5016
Assault rifles, semiautomatic, sale/transfer, safety training exemption, when: HB 1511, HB 2202
Assault rifles, semiautomatic, sale/transfer, safety training requirements: HB 1511
Assault rifles, semiautomatic, sale/transfer/possession, removing restrictions: SB 6673
Assault weapons and large capacity magazines, requirements/prohibitions: HB 1286, HB 2241, SB 5340, SB 6076
Background check unit, as single point of contact for dealers, establishing: HB 2467, SHB 2467, * E2SHB 2467, CH 28 (2020)
Background checks, accountability board and check system account, creating: HB 2467
Background checks, advisory board and check system account, creating: SHB 2467, * E2SHB 2467, CH 28 (2020)
Background checks, confidential health care information: HB 1097
Background checks, exemptions, concealed pistol licensee transfers: HB 1649
Background checks, for ammunition sales and seller licensing: HB 2519
Background checks, for federally regulated frame/receiver purchase/transfer: HB 2555, * SHB 2555, CH 36 (2020)
Background checks, people's defense of the Second Amendment act of 2019: HB 2103
Background checks, removing requirements for, exceptions: SB 6673
Background checks, single or full point of contact system for: HB 1949, * SHB 1949, CH 35 (2019)
Background checks, state system use by dealers for sales/transfers: HB 2467, SHB 2467, * E2SHB 2467, CH 28 (2020)
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
Firearm safety and violence prevention, Washington office of, creating: * ESSB 6288, CH 313 (2020)
Firearm violence intervention and prevention grant program, Washington, creating: SB 6288, * ESSB 6288, CH 313 (2020)
Firearm violence prevention, Washington office of, creating: SB 6288
Firearm violence victims, helpline/referral service/counseling/therapy guide: SB 6553, SSB 6553
Firearms legal under federal law, right to possess when entitled to possess firearms: HB 2808
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
Gun violence victims statewide helpline/counseling/referral service, developing: * ESSB 6288, CH 313 (2020)
John Brown gun club, requesting that congress and the president require investigations of terrorist and criminal organization ties of: HJM 4018
Legislators introducing bills concerning firearms, training for: SB 5172
Lost or stolen firearms, reporting requirements: HB 1203
Marketing/advertising to minors via internet/mobile application, prohibitions: HB 2442
Open carrying of firearms, at public meetings, municipality restricting of: HB 1319
Other firearm, federally regulated frame or receiver as, background checks: HB 2555
People's defense of the Second Amendment act of 2019: HB 2103
Personal protection act, Washington, bearing of arms/personal protection, removing restrictions: SB 6673
Pistols, concealed pistol licensees, background check exemption, when: HB 1649
Pistols, concealed pistol licensees, extending expiration date for: SB 6347
Pistols, concealed pistol licensees, women 18-20 years of age fearing harm: HB 2845
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: SHB 1315, SSB 5174, SB 6294
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, HB 2622, * SHB 2622, CH 126 (2020)
Pistols, license for concealed, surrendering due to various orders requiring: HB 1786, * SHB 1786, CH 245 (2019), HB 2820, SHB 2820
Pistols, license for concealed, surrendering, ensuring compliance, procedures: HB 2622, * SHB 2622, CH 126 (2020)
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, in violation of court order, pretrial detention: HB 2569
Possession, in violation of court order, pretrial detention, constitutional amendment: HJR 4210
Possession, of firearms legal under federal law, when entitled to possess firearms: HB 2808
Possession, on child care center premises, prohibitions: * ESSB 5434, CH 189 (2020)
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, on state capitol campus, prohibiting: HB 2925, SB 6686
Possession, prohibition after release from mental health evaluation: SB 5181, * SSB 5181, CH 247 (2019)
Possession, right to bear arms, Washington personal protection act: SB 6673
Possession, right to possess, petitioning court to restore, when: SB 6289, SSB 6289
Possession, unlawful, after aiming/discharging or animal cruelty conviction: EHB 2623
Possession, unlawful, after driving under influence convictions: HB 2590
Possession, unlawful, in second degree, various provisions: HB 1541, HB 2590, EHB 2623, SB 6163
Possession, unlawful, when charged with felony driving under influence: SB 6163
Possession, unlawful, when prohibited by state law from owning/possessing: SB 6584
Possession, when owner or controller of property prohibits, liability: HB 2223
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, ensuring compliance, procedures for: HB 2622, * SHB 2622, CH 126 (2020)
Protection orders, extreme risk, grounds for: HB 2196, SB 5745, SSB 5745
Protection orders, extreme risk, repealing: HB 2941
Protection orders, extreme risk, under federal law, enforcement prohibition: HB 2196
Protection orders, extreme risk, various provisions: HB 1774, SB 5027, * ESSB 5027, CH 246 (2019), SB 6307
Protection orders, vulnerable adult, firearm surrender/possession-prohibition: HB 2305
Purchase and possession, lowering required age for: HB 2103
Purchase of a firearm, unlawful, class C felony: SB 6584
Purchase/possession/access, lowering required age for: SB 6673
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
Seizing firearms and ammunition, due to threat of mass violence: SB 6307
Seizing firearms, law enforcement authority, removing, when: SB 6673
Self-defense legal service subscription providers, excluding from "insurer": HB 2367, SB 6043
Sentencing enhancements for firearms, with body armor possession: SB 5050
Sexually violent predators, deadly weapon delivery by unmanned aircraft to: HB 1381
Socialist rifle association, requesting that congress and the president require investigations of terrorist and criminal organization ties of: HJM 4018
Stolen firearm, discharging or menacing/threatening with, crime of, when: SB 6402, SSB 6402
Stolen firearm, unlawful use of a, class A felony: SB 6402
Stolen firearm, unlawful use of a, class B felony: SSB 6402
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)
Surrendering firearms/weapons, ensuring compliance, procedures for: HB 2622, * SHB 2622, CH 126 (2020)
Surrendering firearms/weapons, order for, service in open court, by whom: HB 2820, SHB 2820
Target shooting, on DNR-managed lands: HB 2767, SB 5099, SSB 5099, SB 6541
Target shooting, recreational, landowner not liable for unintentional injuries: HB 2934
Taxes, retail sales/use, firearms legal to possess under federal law, exempting: HB 2784
Theft of firearm from residence, store, shop, or sales outlet, class B felony: SB 6406
Theft of firearm from residence/store/shop/sales outlet/vehicle, class B felony: SSB 6406
Undetectable or untraceable firearms, prohibitions: HB 1073, HB 1739, * SHB 1739, CH 243 (2019), SB 5061, SSB 5061
Weapons, possessing or controlling on state capitol campus, prohibition of: HB 2925, SB 6686
FIREFIGHTERS  FIREFIGHTERS RSS Feed
               (See also EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND SERVICES; FIRE PROTECTION; FIRST RESPONDERS; RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
Animal in vehicle, preventing cruelty by removing, liability for: SB 6151
Animals, medical services for, by emergency fire protection responders: SB 5208
Charitable solicitations in public roadway, by firefighters, when: HB 2911
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)
Railroad grade crossings, clearing for emergency services vehicles, when: HB 2923, SB 6675
Safety, carcinogen exposure reduction, healthy in healthy out best practices: SB 5175, * SSB 5175, CH 76 (2019)
Stress management, critical incident, access to programs for: * HB 2926, CH 294 (2020)
Volunteer, paid family and medical leave, excluding from eligibility, when: SB 6216, SSB 6216
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
911, person with disability, Travis alert outreach demonstration campaign: HB 2884
911, person with disability, Travis alert pilot program, with outreach campaign: SHB 2884
Animal in vehicle, preventing cruelty by removing, liability for: SB 6151
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), * HB 2762, CH 42 (2020)
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
Stress management, critical incident programs for, access to: * HB 2926, CH 294 (2020)
FISH  FISH RSS Feed
               (See also FISHING; HYDRAULIC PERMITS AND PROJECTS; ZOOS AND AQUARIUMS)
Anadromous fisheries, recovery/conservation in critical areas under GMA: SB 6454
Aquaculture operations, compost reimbursement pilot program to include: HB 2713
Aquaculture, marine finfish, inspections/monitoring/testing, agency costs recovery: SB 6613, * SSB 6613, CH 216 (2020)
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, HB 2503, HB 2913, HB 2914, SB 5130, SB 5136, SB 5788, SB 5798, SB 5978, SB 6345
Barriers to passage, removal projects, prioritized lists for: HB 2503
Fish, wildlife, and conservation account, establishing: HB 2238, SB 6072, * SSB 6072, CH 148 (2020)
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: * EHB 1187, CH 166 (2020), SB 5567
Habitat projects, to include kelp, eelgrass, and oyster restoration: * SB 5404, CH 150 (2019)
Limited fish and wildlife account, establishing: HB 2238, SB 6072, * SSB 6072, CH 148 (2020)
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, recovery/conservation in critical areas under GMA: SB 6454
Salmon, habitat, riparian-oriented agroforestry pilot initiative, establishing: HB 2082
Salmon, hatcheries, in certain southwest counties: HB 2504, SHB 2504
Salmon, hatcheries, in southwest coastal counties: HB 1036
Salmon, hatcheries, self-supporting system via partnerships, pilot program: HB 2741, SB 6509
Salmon, international year of the, recognizing 2019 as: HJM 4012
Salmon, joint legislative salmon committee, establishing: HB 2552
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, at port of Bellingham, feasibility of: HB 2741, SB 6509
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
Salmon/steelhead protection/recovery element, for GMA planning: HB 2549
Salmon/steelhead, anadromous fish species recovery goals, under GMA: HB 2549
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)
Elk, elk herd management plans, commission role: HB 2752
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)
Recreational fishing rules, accessing, seller of licenses to post URL for: SB 6243
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)
Aquaculture, marine finfish, inspections/monitoring/testing, DFW costs recovery: SB 6613, * SSB 6613, CH 216 (2020)
Columbia river salmon and steelhead recreational anglers board, DFW role: SB 6166
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 Dungeness crab pot removal program, coastal, extending: HB 2250, * SHB 2250, CH 172 (2020)
Commercial whale watching, DFW role: SHB 1580, 2SHB 1580
Contracting, building materials, environmental product declarations for: SHB 2744
Contracting, domestic labor law compliance declarations: SHB 2744
Cougar control pilot program, establishing: SB 5100
Crab, commercial and treaty gear, lost/damaged, study and pilot program: SHB 1610
Crab, commercial Dungeness crab pot removal program, coastal, extending: HB 2250, * SHB 2250, CH 172 (2020)
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 herd management plans, prioritized work plan for each, DFW role: HB 2752
Elk, elk management pilot project, modifying and extending, DFW role: HB 2055
Enforcement actions, DFW burden of proof: SB 6227
Enforcement, fish and wildlife officers, collective bargaining: HB 2212, SHB 2212, SSB 5481, * E2SSB 5481, CH 298 (2020)
Enforcement, fish and wildlife officers, definition and collective bargaining: HB 1217, SB 5481
Enforcement, fish and wildlife officers, lawful permanent resident requirement: HB 2571, * ESHB 2571, CH 38 (2020), SB 6071, SSB 6071
Enforcement, fish and wildlife officers, rank of sergeant, collective bargaining: HB 2037, SHB 2037
Enforcement, fish and wildlife officers, vessel crewmember licensee identification: SB 6485
Enforcement, natural resource infractions: HB 2571, * ESHB 2571, CH 38 (2020), SB 6071, SSB 6071
Enforcement, property seizure by DFW and forfeiture: HB 1269, SHB 1269, HB 2571, * ESHB 2571, CH 38 (2020), SB 6071, SSB 6071
Enforcement, violations and civil penalties: HB 2571, * ESHB 2571, CH 38 (2020), SB 6071, SSB 6071
Fish passage barrier removal board, role of: HB 1691, SHB 1691, HB 1889, HB 2503, SB 5136, SB 5788, SB 6345
Fishing gear, derelict, turning in: HB 2276
Hunting seasons and regulations pamphlet, redesigning, DFW role: HB 2557
Hydraulic code enforcement, DFW role: HB 1579, SHB 1579, * 2SHB 1579, CH 290 (2019) PV, SB 5580
Infrastructure development, mitigation hierarchy/net ecological gain applied to: HB 2550
Lands, DFW game lands, payments to counties in lieu of property taxes: HB 1662, HB 2559, SB 5696, SSB 5696, SB 6365
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
Lands, DFW, use restriction/closure signs, legal authority reference on: ESHB 2138
Salmon, Columbia river, nontribal gill net salmon catch observer program: SSB 5692
Salmon, Columbia river, Washington-Oregon bistate fishery reforms: SSB 5692
Skagit river, Diablo/Gorge/Ross dams on, removal costs/benefits/feasibility: HB 2940
State wildlife account, replacing with two new accounts: HB 2238, SB 6072, * SSB 6072, CH 148 (2020)
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)
Warm water fishing advisory group, creating, DFW role: HB 2666, SB 6450
Warm water game fish enhancement advisory group, forming, DFW role: SSB 6450
Warm water game fish enhancement program, administration/goals, DFW role: HB 2666, SB 6450
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, radio collars on, to monitor wolf-livestock conflicts, DFW role: HB 2906, SHB 2906
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)
Bass, largemouth, adding to warm water game fish enhancement program: HB 2666, SB 6450
Columbia river recreational salmon and steelhead endorsement program: HB 1708, SHB 1708, 2SHB 1708, SB 5692, SSB 5692, SB 5871, SB 6166
Columbia river salmon and steelhead recreational anglers board, establishing: SB 6166
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 Dungeness crab pot removal program, coastal, extending: HB 2250, * SHB 2250, CH 172 (2020)
Commercial fishing fleet, Washington state, 2019 blessing of the fleet: * SR 8616 (2019)
Commercial fishing fleet, Washington state, 2020 blessing of the fleet: * SR 8682 (2020)
Commercial, crewmember license: HB 1769, SHB 1769
Commercial, crewmember license, identification documentation requirements: SB 6485
Commercial, enhanced food fish tax revenues: HB 1096, SB 5790
Crab, commercial and treaty gear, lost/damaged, study and pilot program: SHB 1610
Crab, commercial Dungeness crab pot removal program, coastal, extending: HB 2250, * SHB 2250, CH 172 (2020)
Enforcement, property seizure and forfeiture: HB 1269, SHB 1269, HB 2571, * ESHB 2571, CH 38 (2020), SB 6071, SSB 6071
Enforcement, violations and civil penalties: HB 2571, * ESHB 2571, CH 38 (2020), SB 6071, SSB 6071
Gear, derelict, collecting and turning in: HB 2276
Licenses, age threshold for mandatory licensing, raising: HB 1708, SHB 1708, 2SHB 1708, SB 5692, SSB 5692, SB 6166
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, SB 6166
Licenses, new fish Washington and sportsperson licenses: HB 1708, SHB 1708, 2SHB 1708, SB 5692, SSB 5692, SB 6166
Licenses, recreational combination, at no cost for veteran with disability: HB 2877
Licenses, recreational, accessing recreational fishing rules, URL for: SB 6243
Licenses, recreational, comprehensive changes: HB 1708, SHB 1708, 2SHB 1708, SB 5692, SSB 5692, SB 6166
Licenses, recreational, fee increase: SSB 5692
Licenses, recreational, fee increase and surcharge: HB 1708, SHB 1708, 2SHB 1708, SB 5692, SB 6166
Licenses, recreational, reduced rate for persons with disabilities: HB 1230
Licenses, various, for emergency medical personnel volunteers at no charge: HB 2450
Perch, yellow, adding to warm water game fish enhancement program: HB 2666, SB 6450
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, endorsement program, re-creating: SB 6166
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, endorsement program, re-creating: SB 6166
Steelhead, Columbia river, Washington-Oregon conservation/recovery efforts: 2SHB 1708
Warm water fishing advisory group, creating: HB 2666, SB 6450
Warm water game fish enhancement advisory group, forming: SSB 6450
Warm water game fish enhancement program, administration and goals: HB 2666, SB 6450
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, CH 17 (2020)
Chehalis basin, office of, strategic plan, implementation and quantified measures: * SHB 1154, CH 221 (2020)
Chehalis basin, office of, water infrastructure program role: HB 1889, SB 5136, SB 6345
Districts, flood control zone, conforming elections with Title 29A: HB 2415, SHB 2415
Districts, flood control zone, supervisor compensation: SB 6046
Districts, flood control, conforming elections with Title 29A: HB 2415, SHB 2415
Districts, flood control, director compensation: SB 6046
FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS  FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS RSS Feed
               (See also ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; BUSINESSES; FARMS AND FARMING; FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS; HORSES; PUBLIC ASSISTANCE; WATER)
Agricultural producers, Washington state, honoring and appreciating: * HR 4653 (2020), * SR 8687 (2020)
Beverages, default options for children's meals sold by restaurants: HB 2383, SHB 2383, SB 6455, SSB 6455
Beverages, lemonade/nonalcoholic, sale by child under 16 years of age: SB 6320
Beverages, lemonade/nonalcoholic, sale on private property by child: HB 2232
Beverages, plastic containers for, postconsumer recycled plastic content of: HB 2722, * ESHB 2722 (2020) V, SB 6645
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, HB 2656, SHB 2656, SB 6627
Beverages, plastic straws for, reducing waste from: SHB 1632, HB 2656, SHB 2656, SB 6627
Career and technical education, food career-connected learning within: HB 1863, SB 5804
Cottage food operations, maximum sales limit for permit: HB 2218
Cottage food operations, product labeling information requirements: * HB 2217, CH 171 (2020)
Dairy day at the legislature, honoring the Washington dairy industry: * SR 8605 (2019), * SR 8671 (2020)
Dairy inspection program, milk assessment to fund, delaying expiration: * HB 1429, CH 115 (2019), SB 5447
Delivery, commercial transportation services providers, greenhouse gas emissions from: 2SHB 2310
Delivery, food delivery providers, greenhouse gas emissions from: HB 2310, SHB 2310, SB 6399
Dietary supplements, permanent sales and use tax exemptions for: SB 6554
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, SB 6091, * SSB 6091, CH 246 (2020)
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, polystyrene foam, prohibitions: HB 2656, SHB 2656, SB 6627
Food service products, single-use plastic, fee per item sold: HB 2656, SHB 2656, SB 6627
Food service products, single-use plastic, prohibitions: * ESHB 1569, CH 265 (2019)
Food service products, single-use plastic, prohibitions and alternatives: HB 1632, HB 2656, SHB 2656, SB 6627
Food service products, single-use plastic, reducing waste from: SHB 1632, HB 2656, SHB 2656, SB 6627
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
Hemp/hemp products, in or processing for food/food products, when: HB 2296
Hospitality businesses, worker schedule requirements: HB 1491, SHB 1491, SB 5717, SSB 5717
Hospitality industry in Washington, recognizing: * SR 8607 (2019)
Labeling, sell by/pull dates, prohibiting, replacing with use/freeze by dates: HB 2651
Meals on Wheels program, appropriations to DSHS for: SB 6658
Meals on Wheels, greater Spokane county, honoring: * HR 4619 (2019), * SR 8626 (2019)
Meat analogues, misbranding: HB 2696, SHB 2696, SB 6329, SSB 6329
Meat terms, identifiable, labeling products using: HB 2696, SHB 2696, SB 6329, SSB 6329
Meat, beef, country of origin placards for "U.S.A. beef" and "imported": HB 2712, SHB 2712
Meat, cell-cultured products, prohibitions: HB 1519
Meat, meat and poultry inspection program, establishing: SSB 6382
Meat, meat and poultry processing and marketing assistance program, creating: 2SSB 6382
Meat, state-inspected commercial custom meat facilities, regulations/sales: SB 6382
Microenterprise home kitchen operations, permits for and regulation of: HB 2777, SB 6434
Microenterprise home kitchen operations, permits/regulation/pilot program: SHB 2777
Milk, non-milk products identified by "milk," unlawful to sell or deliver: SB 5349
Milk, small-scale-farm producers, direct sales by, milk testing requirements: HB 2861
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, expanded polystyrene, prohibitions: HB 2429, SB 6213, SSB 6213, E2SSB 6213
Packaging and food service products, plastic, degradability and prohibitions: * ESHB 1569, CH 265 (2019)
Packaging and serviceware, plastic, degradability and prohibitions: HB 1569
Poultry, meat and poultry inspection program, establishing: SSB 6382
Poultry, meat and poultry processing and marketing assistance program, creating: 2SSB 6382
Prepared food, permanent sales tax exemption for: SB 5624
Prepared food, sold by grocery stores, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2946
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, HB 2298
School meal programs, reduced-price lunches, eliminating copays: HB 1892
School meals, free breakfasts and lunches for students, when: HB 2660, * ESHB 2660, CH 288 (2020), SB 6672
Wasted food and food waste, reducing: HB 1114, SHB 1114, * E2SHB 1114, CH 255 (2019), HB 2651
Women, infant, and children program, EBT card use in ATM, where and when: HB 2830, * SB 6136, CH 64 (2020)
Women/infant/children farmers market nutrition program, fruit/vegetable benefit: HB 1587, HB 2262, SB 5583, SB 6309, SSB 6309, * 2SSB 6309, CH 68 (2020)
FOREST LAND  FOREST LAND RSS Feed
               (See also CONSERVATION; FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS; REAL ESTATE AND REAL PROPERTY)
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 and urban forestry program, revising name and expanding: HB 2768, SHB 2768, SB 6529
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
Federal forest lands, counties with, eliminating school allocation reduction in: HB 2791, SB 6573
Fire damage or response costs, actions against electric utility for: HB 1334, SB 5305
Forest carbon reforestation and afforestation account, creating for grants: HB 2528, SHB 2528, SB 6355, SSB 6355
Forest health advisory committee, duties, investment recommendations: HB 2413
Forestland owners, small, trends and policy analyses related to: SHB 1273
Herbicides, aerial application on forestlands work group, recommendations of: SB 6488, SSB 6488
Herbicides, aerial application on forestlands, various provisions: SB 6488, SSB 6488
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: EHB 2166
Lands, forest riparian easements recommended by DNR, legislature to fund: HB 2368
Lands, natural and working, carbon sequestration/storage capabilities, utilizing: HB 2047, SHB 2047, 2SHB 2047, HB 2311, SHB 2311, * E2SHB 2311, CH 79 (2020), * E2SHB 2528, CH 120 (2020), HB 2957, SHB 2957, SB 6272
Lands, riparian easement program, carbon storage in timber: HB 2714, SHB 2714, SB 6498
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
Vegetation management, chemical/nonchemical strategies, trials/evaluation: SSB 6488
Vegetation management, nonchemical strategies, trials and evaluation: SB 6488
Weeds, noxious, forestland owner requirements: HB 2697, SHB 2697, SB 6401
Wildfires, prevention and response, forest health treatment role in: SHB 1784, * 2SHB 1784, CH 305 (2019)
Wildfires, prevention, forest health activities for, funding: SB 6195
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; TAXES - TIMBER HARVEST EXCISE)
Burning, outdoor, authorizing for silvicultural operations and wildfire resiliency: * 2SHB 1784, CH 305 (2019), SB 5279, ESSB 5279
Carbon sequestration, forest products sector role: HB 2528, SHB 2528, * E2SHB 2528, CH 120 (2020), HB 2957, SHB 2957, SB 6355, SSB 6355
Christmas tree grower licensure program, extending: * HB 1146, CH 206 (2019)
Forest products B&O tax rate, delaying expiration of: HB 2121
Herbicides, aerial application on forestlands work group, recommendations of: SB 6488, SSB 6488
Herbicides, aerial application on forestlands, various provisions: SB 6488, SSB 6488
Hog fuel, sales and use tax exemptions, extending expiration of: * HB 2848 (2020) V, SB 6665
Huckleberry buyers, maintaining and disclosing records, when: HB 2092
Infrastructure development, mitigation hierarchy/net ecological gain applied to: HB 2550
Logging and mining, in upper Skagit watershed, requesting prevention of: HJM 4013, SJM 8014
Silvicultural operations, compost reimbursement pilot program to include: HB 2713
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
Timber, carbon storage in, market value impact of, when: HB 2714, SHB 2714, SB 6498
Tree farm program, working forests special license plates, creating: EHB 2166
Tree planting and tending, riparian-oriented agroforestry pilot initiative: HB 2082
Urban and community forestry program, revising previous program name to be: HB 2768, SHB 2768, SB 6529
Urban forestry management, shifting from Ch. 35.105 to Ch. 76.15: HB 2768, SHB 2768, SB 6529
Urban forestry, evergreen community designation program: HB 2768, SHB 2768, SB 6529
Urban forestry, program, needs, assistance, plans, ordinances, and DNR role: HB 2768, SHB 2768, SB 6529
Vegetation management, chemical/nonchemical strategies, trials/evaluation: SSB 6488
Vegetation management, nonchemical strategies, trials and evaluation: SB 6488
FOREST PRACTICES BOARD  FOREST PRACTICES BOARD RSS Feed
               
Actions, significant agency, board scientific information sources: SB 5241
Herbicide aerial application on forestlands, board role: SB 6488, SSB 6488
Rule making, significant legislative rules, scientific information, board role: SB 5241
FOSSILS  FOSSILS RSS Feed
               
Dinosaur, official state, Suciasaurus rex as: HB 2155, SHB 2155
Vegetative fossil, official state, petrified wood as: HB 2757
Vertebrate fossil, official state, Columbian mammoth of North America as: HB 2757
FOSTER CARE  FOSTER CARE RSS Feed
               (See also CHILDREN; CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES, DEPARTMENT)
Child-placing agencies, contract evaluation: HB 1367, SB 5645
Developmental disabilities, foster youth with, exiting care system: HB 2591
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, as foster resource parents, stakeholder meetings concerning: SHB 2725
Foster parents, as foster resource parents, updating provisions for: HB 2725
Foster parents, preservice training to emphasize safety and reunification: HB 2725, SHB 2725
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
License, dual, combined child care and foster license, pilot project: * HB 2619, CH 343 (2020) PV
Licensing, of facilities, internal review, to include foster family homes: HB 2790
Licensing, of facilities, licensing compliance agreements: HB 2790
Licensing, when foster-family home licensee relocates: SB 6500, * SSB 6500, CH 73 (2020)
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
Students, in foster care and/or homeless, educational outcomes and work group: HB 2711, * SHB 2711, CH 233 (2020), SB 6511, SSB 6511
Traumatic brain injuries, screenings for children entering foster care system: HB 1605, * SHB 1605, CH 120 (2019), SB 5586, SSB 5586
Washington foster care and adoption initiatives fund, establishing/administering: HB 2935
FUELS  FUELS RSS Feed
               (See also HEATING AND HEATERS; OIL AND GAS; POLLUTION LIABILITY INSURANCE AGENCY; TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL)
Aircraft fuel, in aircraft for research/development, sales/use tax exemptions: HB 2880, ESHB 2880
Aircraft fuel, sales and use tax revenues, deposits into aeronautics account: HB 1457, SHB 1457
Alternative fuel vehicles, transportation electrification fee rebate, when: HB 2955
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
Diesel, school bus emissions, limiting student/personnel exposure: HB 2387, SHB 2387
Fossil fuel industry worker assistance, when: SB 5981
Fossil fuels, carbon pollution fee: SB 5971, SSB 5971
Fossil fuels, causing climate and energy emergencies: HB 2829
Fossil fuels, cumulative emissions rate for each fuel: HB 2472
Fossil fuels, producers/distributors, direct and indirect emissions standards: HB 2892, SHB 2892, HB 2957, SHB 2957, SB 6628, SSB 6628
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
Gasoline operations, mobile on-demand fueling truck permit or certification: * ESHB 2783, CH 43 (2020)
Gasoline operations, mobile on-demand operator certification: * ESHB 2783, CH 43 (2020)
Gasoline operations, mobile on-demand, fire code standards for site permits: * ESHB 2783, CH 43 (2020)
Gasoline providers, mobile on-demand, fire code standards for permit for: HB 2783
Hog fuel, sales and use tax exemptions, extending expiration of: * HB 2848 (2020) V, SB 6665
Hybrid vehicles, transportation electrification fee rebate, when: HB 2955
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, 2SHB 1633
Motor vehicle fuel, licensees, imposing additional/cumulative tax rate on: SB 5971, SSB 5971
Production of fuels, Washington state bioeconomy development, studying: HB 2611, SHB 2611, SB 6435
Renewable fuels production facility, as project of statewide significance: SSB 6628
Transportation fuels, clean fuels program, establishing: HB 1110, SHB 1110, E2SHB 1110, SB 5412