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

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Advertising, sponsored by same committee, providing top five contributors information: HB 1378, * SB 5258, CH 138 (2013)
Candidates, withdrawal of, extending filing declaration deadline if incumbent withdraws: SB 6303
Candidates, write-in, printing in general election ballot, conditions: HB 2750
Contributions, candidates and authorized political committees, providing electronic filing alternative for: SB 6371
Contributions, candidates for boards of commissioners of public hospital districts, extending contribution limits: * SB 5748, CH 311 (2013), SB 5925
Contributions, closing certain loopholes to increase transparency: SB 6098
Contributions, requesting U.S. constitutional amendment to return regulatory authority to congress and state legislatures: HJM 4001, SJM 8002
Contributions, soliciting or accepting, expanding applicability to state officials and legislators of limitations on: SB 5988
Contributions, soliciting or accepting, modifying time limit for state officials: HB 1385
Contributions, via text message, regulating and facilitating: SB 6097
Donors to candidates and ballot measure campaigns, printing public disclosure commission web address on voters' pamphlets and ballots: HB 1720, SB 5507, * SSB 5507, CH 283 (2013)
Expenditures, candidate declarations of intended credit card use for: SB 6166
Expenditures, candidates and authorized political committees, providing electronic filing alternative for: SB 6371
Finance reports, electronic filing requirement for lobbyists, their employers, and agencies: E3SHB 1005
Finance reports, electronic filing requirement, providing electronic filing alternative for reports: SB 6371
Finance reports, electronic filing requirement, supporting system with fees: HB 1005, SHB 1005, 2SHB 1005
Incidental committees, campaign contributions by: SB 6098
Legal services, by attorney, removing certain services from definitions of "contributions" and "expenditures": HB 2222
Legislators, newsletters and other public resource use, exempting from prohibitions: SB 5019
Signs, political yard sign display in homeowners' associations: SB 5083
Supreme court, campaigns for, public funding through judicial election reform act: HB 2525