Bill Action

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Bill Action Taken

Bill Number Chamber Description Governor's Action Signed Datesort ascending
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
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
5092 Senate Relating to fiscal matters. Signed / Partial Veto Tue, May. 18, 2021
5165 Senate Relating to transportation funding and appropriations. Signed / Partial Veto Tue, May. 18, 2021
1080 House Relating to the capital budget. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
5084 Senate Relating to state general obligation bonds and related accounts. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
5135 Senate Relating to unlawfully summoning a police officer. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
1127 House Relating to protecting the privacy and security of COVID-19 health data collected by entities other than public health agencies, health care providers, and health care facilities. Vetoed Tue, May. 18, 2021
1495 House Relating to providing that qualified dealer cash incentives paid to auto dealers are bona fide discounts for purposes of the business and occupation tax. Vetoed Tue, May. 18, 2021
1223 House Relating to the uniform electronic recordation of custodial interrogations act. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
1140 House Relating to juvenile access to attorneys when contacted by law enforcement. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
5353 Senate Relating to creating a partnership model that facilitates community engagement with law enforcement. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
5259 Senate Relating to requiring reporting, collecting, and publishing information regarding law enforcement interactions with the communities they serve. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
5263 Senate Relating to defenses in personal injury and wrongful death actions where the person injured or killed was committing a felony. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
1310 House Relating to permissible uses of force by law enforcement and correctional officers. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
5051 Senate Relating to state oversight and accountability of peace officers and corrections officers. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
1088 House Relating to potential impeachment disclosures. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
5066 Senate Relating to a peace officer's duty to intervene. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
1054 House Relating to establishing requirements for tactics and equipment used by peace officers. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
1089 House Relating to compliance audits of requirements relating to peace officers and law enforcement agencies. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
1267 House Relating to investigation of potential criminal conduct arising from police use of force, including custodial injuries, and other officer-involved incidents. Signed Tue, May. 18, 2021
1091 House Relating to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by reducing the carbon intensity of transportation fuel. Signed / Partial Veto Mon, May. 17, 2021
5126 Senate Relating to the Washington climate commitment act. Signed / Partial Veto Mon, May. 17, 2021
1050 House Relating to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from fluorinated gases. Signed Mon, May. 17, 2021
5141 Senate Relating to reducing environmental and health disparities and improving the health of all Washington state residents by implementing the recommendations of the environmental justice task force. Signed Mon, May. 17, 2021

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