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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 POLLUTION)
Bottled water, commercial production, as detrimental to public welfare/interest: SB 6278
Distribution businesses, public utility tax revenues, depositing in account: SB 5938
Districts, irrigation and rehabilitation, elections for, conforming with Title 29A: HB 2415
Districts, irrigation, as broadband internet services providers: SB 5085
Districts, irrigation, construction contract bidding: * ESB 5453, CH 462 (2019)
Districts, irrigation, director and secretary bond requirements, removing: * ESB 5453, CH 462 (2019)
Districts, irrigation, director compensation: SB 6046
Districts, irrigation, elections for, conforming with Title 29A: HB 2415
Districts, irrigation, elections practices, studying: * ESB 5453, CH 462 (2019)
Districts, water-sewer, as broadband internet services providers: SB 5085
Districts, water-sewer, commissioner compensation: HB 2449, SB 6046
Districts, water-sewer, commissioner insurance coverage: HB 1241, * SB 5122, CH 40 (2019)
Districts, water-sewer, contracting, building materials, environmental product declarations for: HB 2744
Districts, water-sewer, tax rates disclosure: SB 5024, ESSB 5024
Districts, water-sewer, unit priced public works contracting use by: SHB 1359, SB 5381, * ESSB 5418, CH 434 (2019) PV
Drought conditions, water shortage resiliency and emergency withdrawals: HB 1622, ESHB 1622, SB 5675
Drought mitigation, via Yakima river basin trust water rights program: SB 6036
Droughts, watering and landscaping, homeowners'/condominium associations: HB 1165
Environmental health statutes, reorganizing into new title: HB 2246, SHB 2246
Infrastructure, water infrastructure program, establishing: HB 1889, SB 5136, SB 6345
Public water systems, health-affecting emerging contaminants: HB 1831
Public water systems, PFAS substances, chromium 6, and 1,4 dioxane in: SB 6342
Reclaimed water, on-site treated nonpotable systems, standards: HB 1747, ESHB 1747
Schools, lead in drinking water systems/outlets: HB 1860
Services, expansion into rural areas beyond urban growth areas: HB 2206
Utilities, individual unit metering, when: HB 1818, SB 5775
Watersheds, Walla Walla pilot program, extending: HB 1013, SHB 1013, SB 5352, SSB 5352, * 2SSB 5352, CH 78 (2019)
Well drilling, for low-income housing, waiving fees: HB 1982
Wells, permit-exempt, restricting owner use, just compensation for: SB 5369