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

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               (See also WATER-SEWER DISTRICTS)
Agricultural activities, protecting from water quality over-regulation at state level: SB 6087
Avista Corp., recognizing: * SR 8704 (2014)
Bottled water, eliminating sales and use tax exemptions to provide basic education and higher education funding: ESHB 2034, HB 2038, ESHB 2038
Bottled water, eliminating sales and use tax exemptions to provide basic education funding: HB 2796, SB 6574
Efficiency, requiring high efficiency toilets, exceptions: HB 2414, ESHB 2414, SB 6285
Efficiency, standards for toilets, water closets, and urinals: HB 1017, SHB 1017
Efficiency, standards for various plumbing fixtures, exceptions: SHB 1017
Facilities, contracts between municipalities and real estate owners for construction of, contract and fee provisions: * ESHB 1717, CH 243 (2013)
Fire suppression water facilities and services, provision for critical public services by water purveyors: HB 1512, * SHB 1512, CH 127 (2013), SB 5606
Irrigation districts, administration, various provisions: HB 1417, * ESHB 1417, CH 2 (2014)
Irrigation districts, financing improvements with local improvement district bonds, requirements: HB 1416, SHB 1416, * 2SHB 1416, CH 177 (2013), SB 5824
Irrigation districts, hydroelectric generation by, qualifying as eligible renewable resource: SB 5290
Irrigation districts, hydroelectric generation by, qualifying for renewable energy credit: HB 1415, HB 1950
Irrigation pipes and canals and water and wastewater pipes, hydroelectric generation in, qualifying as eligible renewable resource: * EHB 2733, CH 45 (2014), ESSB 5290, SB 5992
Irrigation, applications for changes in place or purpose of use or point of diversion, provisions: HB 1438, SB 5199
Irrigation, changes in water right certificates to reflect certain changes in water right uses: SHB 1438, SSB 5199, E2SSB 5199
Irrigation, modifying public utility tax deduction provisions: SB 5041
Irrigation, pump and irrigation or domestic pump specialty trainee certificate holders, training: HB 2533
Property improvements benefitting water quality or quantity, property tax exemption: HB 1570, * SB 5593, CH 236 (2013)
Public water systems, certain water purveyor facilities as essential public facilities: HB 1016, SHB 1016, SB 5612
Public water systems, hazard mitigation plans, requiring: HB 2562
Public water systems, including certain systems in comprehensive plans and planning process: SB 6060, SSB 6060, SB 6463
Pumps, pump and irrigation or domestic pump specialty trainee certificate holders, training: HB 2533
Skagit river basin, established groundwater uses, preserving from interruption: SB 6467, SSB 6467
Tap water, during school lunches, requiring public schools to provide: HB 2686
Water companies, uncontested rate modifications: HB 1046, SHB 1046, SB 5006, SSB 5006
Water delivery infrastructure replacement, encouraging low-cost alternatives to traditional construction techniques through public works assistance: SB 5313
Water distribution businesses, public utility tax collected from, depositing certain revenues in education legacy trust account: SB 5895
Water distribution businesses, public utility tax collected from, using portion for health programs of departments of ecology and health: HB 1685
Water purveyors, providing fire suppression water facilities and services: HB 1512, * SHB 1512, CH 127 (2013), SB 5606
Water quality determinations by department of ecology, basing on preponderance of site-based, source-specific testing: HB 2472, SB 6288
Water quality trading program, developing: HB 2454, * SHB 2454, CH 73 (2014)
Water supply and integrated water management, flood control, and storm water projects, financing options for, joint legislative task force on, establishing: SSB 6516
Water supply, flood control, and storm water projects, financing options for, joint legislative task force on, establishing: SB 6516
Water supply, treatment of raw groundwater to potable level: HB 2620
Watershed councils, role in Puget Sound recovery, review by Puget Sound partnership: SB 6381
Wells, permit exempt, hearings concerning petitions challenging regulation of: HB 2288, SB 5983
Wells, permit exempt, use for potable supply to a subdivision: HB 1350, SHB 1350, SB 5836, SSB 5836