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Bill Action

We cannot hold public bill signings at this time due to the extraordinary circumstances to protect the public’s health. Members of the public can view the bill signings on TVW

Bill Action Scheduled

No bill action scheduled at this time.

 

Bill Action Taken

Bill Number Chamber Description Governor's Action Signed Datesort ascending
1768 House Relating to updating definitions applicable to energy conservation projects involving public entities. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1747 House Relating to supporting relative placements in child welfare proceedings. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1708 House Relating to facility fees for audio-only telemedicine. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1701 House Relating to law enforcement officers' and firefighters' retirement system benefits. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1700 House Relating to sustainable funding for the derelict vessel removal account using the vessel watercraft excise tax. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1689 House Relating to exempting biomarker testing from prior authorization for patients with late stage cancer. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1651 House Relating to allowing providers to bill separately for immediate postpartum contraception. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1647 House Relating to the building for the arts program. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1646 House Relating to continuing the work of the dementia action collaborative. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1641 House Relating to restoring the business and occupation and public utility tax exemption for custom farming and hauling farm products. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1622 House Relating to increasing the availability of sexual assault nurse examiner education in rural and underserved areas. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1530 House Relating to creating Washington wine special license plates. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1359 House Relating to temporarily reducing liquor license fees. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1329 House Relating to public meeting accessibility and participation. Signed Thu, Mar. 24, 2022
1876 House Relating to public investment impact disclosures for certain ballot measures that repeal, levy, or modify any tax or fee and have a fiscal impact statement that shows that adoption of the measure would cause a net change in state revenue. Signed Wed, Mar. 23, 2022
5933 Senate Relating to establishing a school seismic safety grant program. Signed Wed, Mar. 23, 2022
2078 House Relating to establishing the outdoor school for all program. Signed Wed, Mar. 23, 2022
1833 House Relating to establishing an electronic option for the submission of household income information required for participation in school meals and programs. Signed Wed, Mar. 23, 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
1664 House Relating to prototypical school formulas for physical, social, and emotional support in schools. Signed Wed, Mar. 23, 2022
1590 House Relating to enrollment stabilization funding to address enrollment declines due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Signed Wed, Mar. 23, 2022
1153 House Relating to language access in public schools. Signed / Partial Veto Wed, Mar. 23, 2022
1630 House Relating to establishing restrictions on the possession of weapons in certain locations. Signed Wed, Mar. 23, 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
5078 Senate Relating to establishing firearms-related safety measures to increase public safety by prohibiting the manufacture, possession, distribution, importation, selling, offering for sale, purchasing, or transfer of large capacity magazines, by allowing continued possession of large capacity magazines limited to possession prior to, and inheritance on or after, the effective date of this act, subject to certain restrictions on the ability to sell or transfer such large capacity magazines and pe. Signed Wed, Mar. 23, 2022

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