Bill Action

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Bill Action Taken

Bill Number Chamber Description Governor's Action Signed Date
1675 House Relating to exempting a manufacturer of certain dialysate and dialysis devices used by home dialysis patients or a manufacturer's agent from the pharmacy practices act and legend drug act. Signed Fri, Mar. 11, 2022
1688 House Relating to protecting consumers from charges for out-of-network health care services, by aligning state law and the federal no surprises act and addressing coverage of treatment for emergency conditions. Signed Thu, Mar. 31, 2022
1689 House Relating to exempting biomarker testing from prior authorization for patients with late stage cancer. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1691 House Relating to financial responsibility requirements related to oil spills. Signed Wed, Mar. 30, 2022
1694 House Relating to logistical processes for the regulation of priority chemicals in consumer products. Signed / Partial Veto Thu, Mar. 31, 2022
1699 House Relating to permitting individuals retired from the public employees retirement system, the teachers retirement system, and the school employees retirement system additional opportunities to work for a school district for up to 1,040 hours per school year while in receipt of pension benefits until July 1, 2025. Signed Wed, Mar. 23, 2022
1700 House Relating to sustainable funding for the derelict vessel removal account using the vessel watercraft excise tax. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1701 House Relating to law enforcement officers' and firefighters' retirement system benefits. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1703 House Relating to the modernization of the statewide 911 emergency communications system. Signed Wed, Mar. 30, 2022
1704 House Relating to the regulation of service contracts and protection product guarantees. Vetoed Thu, Mar. 31, 2022
1705 House Relating to limiting ghost guns, including untraceable firearms and untraceable unfinished frames and receivers that can be used to manufacture or assemble untraceable firearms, with exceptions for licensed federal firearm manufacturers, dealers, and importers, and firearms that have been rendered permanently inoperable, are antiques, or were manufactured before 1968. Signed Wed, Mar. 23, 2022
1706 House Relating to truck drivers ability to access restroom facilities. Signed Wed, Mar. 30, 2022
1708 House Relating to facility fees for audio-only telemedicine. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1716 House Relating to locations at which ballots may be cast. Signed Thu, Mar. 17, 2022
1717 House Relating to tribal participation in planning under the growth management act. Signed Thu, Mar. 31, 2022
1719 House Relating to modifying the restrictions on the use and acquisition of military equipment by law enforcement agencies as it pertains to firearms and ammunition but only with respect to removing the restriction on ammunition, narrowing the restriction on firearms to include only rifles of .50 caliber or greater, and clarifying that the restrictions do not apply to shotguns, devices designed or used to deploy less lethal munitions, and less lethal equipment. Signed Fri, Mar. 4, 2022
1723 House Relating to closing the digital equity divide by increasing the accessibility and affordability of telecommunications services, devices, and training. Signed Thu, Mar. 31, 2022
1724 House Relating to ensuring oversight and coordination of permanent supportive housing resources to maximize the creation of high quality housing opportunities for people living with disabling conditions in communities across Washington. Signed Thu, Mar. 31, 2022
1725 House Relating to the creation of an endangered missing person advisory designation for missing indigenous persons. Signed Thu, Mar. 31, 2022
1728 House Relating to reauthorizing and amending dates for the total cost of insulin work group. Signed Wed, Mar. 30, 2022
1732 House Relating to delaying the implementation of the long-term services and supports trust program by 18 months to allow for the extension of benefits to persons born before January 1, 1968, by modifying conditions for becoming a qualified individual and eligible beneficiary and allowing for the refunding of prematurely collected premiums. Signed Thu, Jan. 27, 2022
1733 House Relating to establishing voluntary exemptions to the long-term services and supports trust program for certain populations identified in the long-term services and supports trust commission's 2022 recommendations report, specifically including exemptions only for veterans with a service-connected disability of 70 percent or higher, the spouses or domestic partners of active duty service members, persons residing outside of Washington while working in Washington, and persons working in the. Signed Thu, Jan. 27, 2022
1735 House Relating to modifying the standard for use of force by peace officers but only with respect to providing that physical force may be used to the extent necessary, clarifying that deadly force may be used in the face of an immediate threat, authorizing the use of physical force to take a person into custody or provide assistance in certain circumstances involving a civil or forensic commitment, authorizing the use of physical force to take a minor into protective custody, authorizing the us. Signed Fri, Mar. 4, 2022
1736 House Relating to establishing a state student loan program. Signed Wed, Mar. 30, 2022
1738 House Relating to changing the total amount of outstanding indebtedness of the Washington state housing finance commission. Signed Thu, Mar. 17, 2022

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