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Bills before the Washington Legislature Affecting Property Rights
All Daily Report August 24, 2019
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HB 1052 Agency rule-making authority
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Critical
Concerning agency rule-making authority.
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House Bill 105212/14/2018Digest of House Bill 10521/10/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1052History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1029 Environmental impact process
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 5 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Concerning processes and criteria for the consideration of environmental impacts under certain environmental laws.
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House Bill 102912/7/2018Digest of House Bill 10291/10/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1029History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1045 Gray wolves/lethal removal
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -8 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Prohibiting the lethal removal of gray wolves.
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House Bill 104512/12/2018Digest of House Bill 10451/10/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1045History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1172 Capital gains tax/prop. tax
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -6 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Assisting Washington families by improving the fairness of the state's tax system by enacting a capital gains tax and providing property tax relief.
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House Bill 11721/15/2019Digest of House Bill 11721/16/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1172History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5176 Rules, yearly expiration
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 5 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Changing rule-making requirements to require a yearly expiration.
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Senate Bill 51761/14/2019Digest of Senate Bill 51761/15/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5176History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1343 Revenue
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Critical
Increasing revenues for the support of state government.
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House Bill 13431/17/2019Digest of House Bill 13431/23/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1343History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HJR 4201 Supreme court judges
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Critical
Amending supreme court judge election provisions in the state Constitution.
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Digest of House Joint Resolution 42011/9/2019House Joint Resolution 42011/7/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HJR 4201History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5129 Revenue
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Critical
Imposes a 9 percent tax on the sale or exchange of long-term capital assets.Increases the business and occupation tax rate on service-related activities from 1.5 percent to 2.5 percent.
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Senate Bill 51291/11/2019Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 51291/16/2019
Digest of Senate Bill 51291/14/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5129History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5195 Real estate taxes/housing
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -5 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Authorizes counties and cities required to plan or who are planning under the Growth Management Act to use real estate excise tax revenue for the planning, acquisition, reconstruction, repair, replacement, rehabilitation, or improvement of facilities for persons experiencing homelessness and affordable housing projects.
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Senate Bill 51951/14/2019Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 51951/21/2019
Digest of Senate Bill 51951/16/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5195 as Reported by Senate Housing Stability & Affordability on 01-23-20191/23/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Zeiger (S1463.1) to Senate Bill 51952/6/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Zeiger (S1464.1) to Senate Bill 51952/6/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Kuderer (S2658.1) to Senate Bill 51953/5/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5195History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1030 False legislative testimony
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Concerning disciplinary action for state officials and employees who provide false testimony to the legislature.
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House Bill 103012/7/2018Digest of House Bill 10301/10/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1030History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1081 Supreme court judges
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Reducing the number of state supreme court judges.
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House Bill 10811/7/2019Digest of House Bill 10811/10/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1081History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1214 Growth mgmt act, repeal of
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Repealing growth management planning requirements in chapter 36.70A RCW.
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House Bill 12141/15/2019Digest of House Bill 12141/16/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1214History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1286 Assault weapons ban
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Critical
Banning the sale of assault weapons and large capacity magazines.
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House Bill 12861/17/2019Digest of House Bill 12861/22/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1286History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1374 Local gov firearm regulation
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Relating to local government authority to regulate firearms.
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House Bill 13741/18/2019Digest of House Bill 13741/28/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1374History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5314 Capital gains tax/prop. tax
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Critical
Assisting Washington families by improving the fairness of the state's tax system by enacting a capital gains tax and providing property tax relief.
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Senate Bill 53141/16/2019Digest of Senate Bill 53141/21/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5314History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5340 Assault weapons ban
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Critical
Banning the sale of assault weapons and large capacity magazines.
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Senate Bill 53401/16/2019Digest of Senate Bill 53401/22/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5340History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5377 Data sales and governance
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 5 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of First Substitute BillProvides that this act be known as the Data Management and Protection Act.Prohibits the sale of personal data to third parties by state agencies except as authorized under law.Requires the Office of Privacy and Data Protection to publish principles that promote stewardship of the state's structured data sets and to develop compliance criteria for the requirements set forth in this act.Requires the Chief Privacy Officer to collaborate with state agencies and report to the Legislature proposing how state agencies should treat personal data and respond to verified requests for personal data from consumers.Provides that state agencies must be transparent and accountable for their processing of personal data by making a privacy notice available.
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Senate Bill 53771/17/2019Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 53771/22/2019
Digest of Senate Bill 53771/24/2019
Substitute Senate Bill 5377 as Recommended by Environment, Energy & Technology2/21/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5377 as Reported by Senate Environment, Energy & Technology on 02-20-20192/20/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5377History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1509 New state/Eastern WA
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Critical
Establishing the new state of Liberty.
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House Bill 15091/22/2019Digest of House Bill 15092/1/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1509History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5194 Urban growth area boundaries
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 2 (Good) Impact is Serious
Adds economic development and housing considerations to comprehensive plan elements.Requires consideration of median household income estimates and housing forecasts to ensure urban growth in a way that encourages a variety of housing types, values, and densities.Requires consideration of the cost burden of housing on households as part of the Buildable Lands Report (BLR).Requires all BLRs within five years of the federal census and removes provisions regarding early revisions to the BLR.
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Senate Bill 51941/14/2019Digest of Senate Bill 51941/16/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 51941/24/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5194History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5100 Cougar control pilot program
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 5 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Reestablishes a five-year pilot project that allows for hunting cougars with the aid of dogs.
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Senate Bill 51001/8/2019Digest of Senate Bill 51001/14/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 51001/24/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5100History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5243 Growth mngmt board standing
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Removes participation standing and certification by the governor as methods to establish standing before the Growth Management Hearings Board. Adds a new method to establish standing for a person who (1) owns property within the boundaries of the relevant Growth Management Act planning jurisdiction, (2) is or is likely to be prejudiced by the contested action, and (3) will suffer actual injury if the action is upheld.
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Senate Bill 52431/15/2019Digest of Senate Bill 52431/17/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 52431/24/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5243History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5245 Critical area designation
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Provides a definition for best available science and modifies the best available science to be used and considerations to be made in designating and protecting critical areas.Allows planning jurisdictions to develop a written record to demonstrate that the best available science has been included and allows planning jurisdictions to retain an expert witness in reviews before the Growth Management Hearings Board.
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Senate Bill 52451/15/2019Digest of Senate Bill 52451/17/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 52451/24/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5245History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1613 State-federal gov agreements
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Reporting agreements between state agencies and the federal government.
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House Bill 16131/24/2019Digest of House Bill 16132/13/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1613History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1617 International law & property
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 8 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Prohibiting the use of international law to infringe on property rights.
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House Bill 16171/24/2019Digest of House Bill 16172/13/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1617History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1620 State estate tax, repealing
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Repealing the state estate tax.
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House Bill 16201/24/2019Digest of House Bill 16202/13/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1620History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1232 Hydroelectricity/renewable
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 8 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Recognizing hydroelectricity as an eligible renewable resource in the energy independence act.
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House Bill 12321/16/2019Digest of House Bill 12321/21/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1232History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1315 Concealed pistol training
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Serious
(((3)))(5) Any person whose firearms rights have been restricted and who has been granted relief from disabilities by the attorney general under 18 U.S.C. Sec. 925(c) or who is exempt under 18 U.S.C. Sec. 921(a)(20)(A) shall have his or her right to acquire, receive, transfer, ship, transport, carry, and possess firearms in accordance with Washington state law restored except as otherwise prohibited by this chapter.
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House Bill 13151/17/2019Digest of House Bill 13151/23/2019
Initial House Analysis of House Bill 13151/29/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1315History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5329 Energy site eval. council
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Adds three new permanent members to the Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council (EFSEC) and removes discretionary members. Incorporates EFSEC consideration of land-use laws into the informational public hearing. Adds clean energy as an additional objective for EFSEC to pursue and balance in legislative findings.
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Senate Bill 53291/16/2019Digest of Senate Bill 53291/21/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 53291/27/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5329 as Reported by Senate Environment, Energy & Technology on 01-31-20191/31/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Short (S1352.1) to Senate Bill 53292/6/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Warnick (S1430.1) to Senate Bill 53292/6/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5329History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5609 State spending limit
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Establishing a responsible state spending limit to protect essential programs and taxpayers from unsustainable state budgets.
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Senate Bill 56091/23/2019Digest of Senate Bill 56092/7/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5609History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5610 Sales and use tax rate
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Reducing the state sales and use tax rate.
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Senate Bill 56101/23/2019Digest of Senate Bill 56102/7/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5610History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1639 Wolf population expansion
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 4 (Outstanding) Impact is Critical
Ensuring that all Washingtonians share in the benefits of an expanding wolf population.
CAPR Comments/Concerns
The legislature further finds Bainbridge Island, known for its beauty and biological diversity, is an ideal location for the first state gray wolf sanctuary. Lethal removal of wolves must be considered for every four confirmed wolf kills of domestic dogs; for every four confirmed wolf kills of domestic cats; and for every two confirmed wolf kills of children;
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House Bill 16391/24/2019Digest of House Bill 16392/13/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1639History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5136 Water infrastructure program
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -2 (Lacking) Impact is Serious
Establishes the water infrastructure program to provide competitive grants for projects that increase the availability of water for out-of-stream uses, reduce flood risk, improve fish passage, or reduce stormwater pollution.Requires the Office of Columbia River, the Office of Chehalis Basin, the Fish Barrier Removal Board, and the Department of Ecology (DOE) to review applications to ensure projects meet certain criteria. Directs DOE to submit ranked project lists to the Legislature before regular session begins in odd-numbered years.
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Senate Bill 51361/11/2019Digest of Senate Bill 51361/14/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 51361/29/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5136History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5104 Local gov. vehicle tolls
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of First Substitute BillProhibits most local governments from imposing vehicle tolls.
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Senate Bill 51041/8/2019Digest of Senate Bill 51041/14/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 51041/30/2019
Substitute Senate Bill 5104 as Recommended by Transportation2/7/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5104 as Reported by Senate Transportation on 02-05-20192/5/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5104History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5255 Road usage charges/rural
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Prohibits imposing or collecting a road usage charge or similar type of fee in rural counties.
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Senate Bill 52551/15/2019Digest of Senate Bill 52551/17/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 52551/30/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5255History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5758 Private school/property tax
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 5 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Exempting homeowners from the state property tax if their children attend private school.
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Senate Bill 57581/29/2019Digest of Senate Bill 57582/21/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5758History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5760 New counties
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Critical
Concerning new counties.
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Senate Bill 57601/30/2019Digest of Senate Bill 57602/22/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5760History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HJR 4206 2/3rd vote for tax increases
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Amending the Constitution to require a two-thirds majority vote of the legislature to raise taxes.
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House Joint Resolution 42061/31/2019Digest of House Joint Resolution 42062/4/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HJR 4206History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5412 Greenhouse gas/transp. fuels
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Critical
Directs the Department of Ecology (DOE) to adopt a rule establishing a Clean Fuels Program (Program) to limit greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions per unit of transportation fuel energy to 10 percent below 2017 levels by 2028 and 20 percent below 2017 levels by 2035. Excludes exported fuel, electricity, fuel used by vessels, railroad locomotives, and aircraft, and certain other categories of transportation fuel from the Program's requirements.Requires the Program to include processes for tracking compliance obligations and bankable, tradeable credits.Requires annual reporting by the DOE on the Program, as well as an analysis of the Program's first five years by the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee.Retains the current revenue distribution under the 2015 Transportation revenue package, eliminating changes that would have been triggered as a result of the establishment of a Program.
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Senate Bill 54121/18/2019Digest of Senate Bill 54121/28/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 54121/30/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5412History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SHB 1113 Greenhouse emission limits
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Modifies state greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets to 19 percent below 1990 levels by 2025, 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2035, and 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050.Directs the Department of Ecology to include certain additional information in its biennial greenhouse gas emissions report to the Governor and the Legislature, including the quantity of greenhouse gas emissions from wildfires in the state, and the total and per capita greenhouse gas emissions from Washington and other states.Directs the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee to submit to the Legislature by June 30, 2020, and every five years thereafter, an analysis of the economic impact, whether positive or negative, and the impact on jobs, whether positive or negative, resulting from the greenhouse gas emissions reductions specified in the act.
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House Bill 11131/10/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 11131/17/2019
Digest of House Bill 11131/14/2019
Substitute House Bill 1113 as Recommended by Environment & Energy2/1/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1113 as Reported by House Environment & Energy on 01-31-20191/31/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SHB 1113History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1213 Growth mgmt/sup court review
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Granting local governments the authority to make challenges related to growth management planning subject to direct review in superior court.
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House Bill 12131/15/2019Digest of House Bill 12131/16/2019
Initial House Analysis of House Bill 12132/4/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1213History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1680 Local infrastructure funding
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -5 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Defines "natural or green infrastructure" and specifies that public works projects may include natural or green infrastructure. Allows for up to 1 percent of the biennial capital budget appropriation for the Public Works Board to be used for value-planning grants.Ends the deposit of 4.1 percent of the Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) into the Education Legacy Trust Account in fiscal year 2019, rather than fiscal year 2020.Prioritizes the 4.1 percent of REET that is deposited into the Public Works Assistance Account, from the 2019-21 through the 2021-23 bienniums, for infrastructure projects that support housing development.
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House Bill 16801/25/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 16802/19/2019
Digest of House Bill 16802/15/2019
Substitute House Bill 1680 as Recommended by Capital Budget2/27/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1680 as Reported by House Capital Budget on 02-26-20192/26/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1680History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5424 Transit density standards
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -5 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Requires cities and counties with residential areas located within one-half mile of light rail stations to establish minimum density standards.
CAPR Comments/Concerns
must establish a minimum gross urban density of no less than one hundred fifty dwelling units per acre
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Senate Bill 54241/18/2019Digest of Senate Bill 54241/28/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 54242/4/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5424History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5451 Hydraulic projects
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Provides that a hydraulic project means the construction or performance of work at or below the ordinary high water line for purposes of issuing permits for construction projects in state waters.
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Senate Bill 54511/18/2019Digest of Senate Bill 54511/28/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 54512/5/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5451History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1493 Affordable housing taxes
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -3 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Authorizing cities and counties to impose additional taxes for affordable housing.
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House Bill 14931/22/2019Digest of House Bill 14931/31/2019
Initial House Analysis of House Bill 14932/5/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1493History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1654 Facial recognition tech.
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of Second Substitute BillProhibits a law enforcement officer from using the results of a facial recognition system as the sole basis for establishing probable cause in a criminal investigation.Provides that the results of a facial recognition system may be used together with other information and evidence to establish probable cause in a criminal investigation.
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House Bill 16541/24/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 16542/6/2019
Digest of House Bill 16542/13/2019
Substitute House Bill 1654 as Recommended by Innovation, Technology & Economic Development2/25/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1654 as Reported by House Innovation, Technology & Economic Development on 02-22-20192/22/2019
Second Substitute House Bill 1654 as Recommended by Appropriations3/6/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1654 as Reported by House Appropriations on 02-28-20192/28/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1654History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5066 School district elections
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -4 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of First Substitute BillLowers voter approval threshold from 60 percent to a majority of voters for school districts to issue general obligation bonds, levy taxes to make payments on those bonds, and exceed the statutory debt limit.
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Senate Bill 50661/3/2019Digest of Senate Bill 50661/14/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 50662/6/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5066 as Reported by Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education on 02-12-20192/12/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 50662/28/2019
Substitute Senate Bill 5066 as Recommended by Ways & Means3/1/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5066 as Reported by Senate Ways & Means on 03-01-20193/1/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5066History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5252 School district bonds, 55%
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -5 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Lowers voter approval threshold from 60 percent to 55 percent of voters for school districts to issue general obligation bonds, levy taxes to make payments on those bonds, and exceed the statutory debt limit.
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Senate Bill 52521/15/2019Digest of Senate Bill 52521/17/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 52522/6/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5252History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5357 Affordable housing taxes
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of First Substitute BillAuthorizes counties and cities to impose an additional real estate excise tax of 0.25 percent for affordable housing.
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Senate Bill 53571/17/2019Digest of Senate Bill 53571/24/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 53572/6/2019
Substitute Senate Bill 5357 as Recommended by Housing Stability & Affordability2/14/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5357 as Reported by Senate Housing Stability & Affordability on 02-13-20192/13/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 53572/21/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5357History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SJR 8201 School district bonds
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -5 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Amending the Constitution to allow a simple majority of voters voting to authorize school district bonds.
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Digest of Senate Joint Resolution 82011/13/2019Senate Joint Resolution 82011/9/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 82012/6/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 8201 as Reported by Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education on 02-12-20192/12/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 82012/28/2019
Substitute Senate Joint Resolution 8201 as Recommended by Ways & Means3/1/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 8201 as Reported by Senate Ways & Means on 03-01-20193/1/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Zeiger (S2771.1) to Substitute Senate Joint Resolution 82013/12/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Zeiger (CRAN 122) to Substitute Senate Joint Resolution 82013/12/2019
Senate Bill Report on Substitute Senate Bill 8201 as Failed Senate on 03-12-20193/12/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SJR 8201History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1211 Clean energy
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -5 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of Second Substitute BillRequires all electric utilities to eliminate coal-fired resources from their allocation of electricity by December 31, 2025.Requires that all retail sales of electricity to Washington customers be greenhouse-gas neutral by January 1, 2030.Requires that nonemitting and renewable resources supply 100 percent of all retail sales of electricity to Washington customers by January 1, 2045.Establishes an administrative penalty of $100 per megawatt-hour of electric generation that is not electricity from a renewable resource or nonemitting resource used to meet an electric utility's retail electric load, times certain source-specific multipliers. Extends the expiration date for a sales and use tax exemption for certain alternative energy machinery and equipment from January 1, 2020, to January 1, 2030.Amends the Utilities and Transportation Commission's ratemaking authorities over investor-owned utilities.
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House Bill 12111/15/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 12111/22/2019
Digest of House Bill 12111/16/2019
Substitute House Bill 1211 as Recommended by Environment & Energy2/7/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1211 as Reported by House Environment & Energy on 02-05-20192/5/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1211 as Reported by House Finance on 02-21-20192/21/2019
Second Substitute House Bill 1211 as Recommended by Finance2/25/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1211History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1371 Parks benefit districts
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -2 (Lacking) Impact is Serious
Creates parks benefit districts (PBD) for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, improving, providing, and funding park maintenance and improvements within the district.Requires a legislative authority proposing to establish, dissolve, or modify the boundaries of a PBD, to issue public notice of that intent and then hold a public hearing prior to adopting an ordinance for such action.Provides various revenue options available to a PBD in order to finance park maintenance and improvements including levying sales and use tax, issuing bonds, and imposing residential impact fees.Requires the governing body of a PBD to develop a material change policy to address major plan changes that may affect project delivery, cost, or scope and to issue an annual status report of such changes to the public.
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House Bill 13711/18/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 13711/29/2019
Digest of House Bill 13711/28/2019
Substitute House Bill 1371 as Recommended by Local Government2/7/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1371 as Reported by House Local Government on 02-06-20192/6/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1371History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1184 School district elections
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -4 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Concerning school district elections.
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House Bill 11841/15/2019Digest of House Bill 11841/16/2019
Initial House Analysis of House Bill 11842/11/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1184History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1581 Local housing trust funds
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -5 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Authorizes cities to create local housing trust funds for affordable housing. Distributes the state portion of the sales and use tax imposed on construction activities to a qualifying city's local housing trust fund, up to an annual maximum of $5 million per city.
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House Bill 15811/23/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 15812/5/2019
Digest of House Bill 15812/6/2019
Substitute House Bill 1581 as Recommended by Housing, Community Development & Veterans2/7/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1581 as Reported by House Housing, Community Development & Veterans on 02-06-20192/6/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1581History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HJR 4203 School district bonds
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -5 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Amending the Constitution to allow a simple majority of voters voting to authorize school district bonds.
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House Joint Resolution 42031/15/2019Digest of House Joint Resolution 42031/16/2019
Initial House Analysis of House Bill 42032/11/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HJR 4203History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1270 Trespass on privacy
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Concerning nonconsensual capture of private, personal, and familial activities by trespassers.
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House Bill 12701/16/2019Digest of House Bill 12701/21/2019
Initial House Analysis of House Bill 12702/12/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1270History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1711 New counties
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Critical
Concerning new counties.
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House Bill 17111/28/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 17112/12/2019
Digest of House Bill 17112/18/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1711History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5589 Local taxes/employment
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Prohibits a city or town from imposing a tax measured by employee wages, employee hours, or the number of employment positions, which is initially enacted on or after January 1, 2019.
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Senate Bill 55891/23/2019Digest of Senate Bill 55892/6/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 55892/12/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5589History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1591 Homelessness rights
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Codifies the rights in public space of people experiencing homelessness, and provides that such a person may not be prosecuted criminally for exercising these rights when the person has no reasonable alternative but to survive in public space and existing local shelters are inadequate in number or capacity or are functionally inaccessible.Requires, by October 31, 2019, reports: (a) from the state, counties, and cities concerning laws, regulations, and policies that infringe upon certain rights; and (b) from the Office of Homeless Youth Prevention and Protection Programs regarding certain rights of unaccompanied homeless youth and young adults.
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House Bill 15911/23/2019Digest of House Bill 15912/6/2019
Initial House Analysis of House Bill 15912/12/2019
Substitute House Bill 1591 as Recommended by Civil Rights & Judiciary2/25/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1591 as Reported by House Civil Rights & Judiciary on 02-22-20192/22/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1591History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1046 Hunting with the aid of dogs
Prohibiting hunting with the aid of dogs for certain purposes.
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House Bill 104612/12/2018Digest of House Bill 10461/10/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1046History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5503 On-site sewage systems
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 10 (Outstanding) Impact is Critical
Establishes requirements related to state Board of Health rules addressing the repair and inspections of on-site sewage systems.
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Senate Bill 55031/23/2019Digest of Senate Bill 55031/31/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 55032/13/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5503 as Reported by Senate Environment, Energy & Technology on 02-14-20192/14/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5503 as Passed Senate on 03-06-20193/6/2019
Initial House Analysis of Senate Bill 55033/18/2019
House Bill Report on Senate Bill 5503 as Reported by House Environment & Energy on 03-26-20193/26/2019
House Bill Report on Senate Bill 5503 as Passed House on 04-04-20194/4/2019
Final Bill Report on Senate Bill 55034/4/2019Senate Bill 5503 - as passed by the Legislature4/11/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5503History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1597 Greenhouse gas/fossil fuels
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Incorporating comprehensive measurements of greenhouse gas emissions from certain fossil fuels into state environmental laws.
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House Bill 15971/23/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 15972/12/2019
Digest of House Bill 15972/6/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1597History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1921 Housing market
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -5 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Modifies the State Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) rate structure.Distributes the new REET revenue that is attributable to the rate structure modification to the Housing Trust Fund and the State General Fund.
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House Bill 19212/5/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 19212/19/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1921History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1889 Water infrastructure program
Establishes a competitive water infrastructure grant program for projects that promote increasing the availability of water for out-of-stream uses, reducing the risk of flooding, improving fish passage, or reducing stormwater pollution from existing development. Requires the Office of Columbia River, the Office of Chehalis Basin, the Fish Barrier Removal Board, and the Department of Ecology to review applications based on specified criteria.Establishes three appropriated accounts for the Water Infrastructure Program. Expresses legislative intent to provide $500 million per biennium to the Water Infrastructure Program.
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House Bill 18892/1/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 18892/21/2019
Digest of House Bill 18892/28/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1889History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1546 Marbled murrelet strategy
CAPR Recommends DO PASS CAPR rating = 3 (Outstanding) Impact is Serious
Requires the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to analyze the harvest volume and revenue impacts of the DNR's preferred marbled murrelet long-term strategy alternative.Requires the DNR to hold a 30-day public comment period on the review and subsequently report to the Legislature. Specifies that the Board of Natural Resources may not adopt a long-term strategy alternative until the DNR analysis is complete and available to the public.
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House Bill 15461/23/2019Digest of House Bill 15462/5/2019
Initial House Analysis of House Bill 15462/8/2019
Substitute House Bill 1546 as Recommended by Rural Development, Agriculture, & Natural Resources2/21/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1546 as Reported by House Rural Development, Agriculture, & Natural Resources on 02-20-22/20/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1546History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5293 Energy efficiency
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of Second Substitute BillEstablishes energy performance standards for larger existing commercial buildings.Provides financial incentives and technical assistance for building owners taking early action.Expands access to commercial building energy consumption data to assist with monitoring progress toward meeting energy performance standards.Authorizes local governments to voluntarily adopt energy codes for residential structures beyond the minimum state energy code. Directs the Building Code Council to require electric vehicle charging capability at all new buildings.Requires gas companies to set natural gas conservation targets and a voluntary renewable natural gas tariff to customers. Allows a natural gas company to propose an renewable natural gas program to procure or produce renewable natural gas for a portion of its natural gas sold to its customers, the costs of which may not exceed 5 percent of retail rates.
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Senate Bill 52931/16/2019Digest of Senate Bill 52931/21/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 52931/23/2019
Substitute Senate Bill 5293 as Recommended by Environment, Energy & Technology2/8/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5293 as Reported by Senate Environment, Energy & Technology on 02-07-20192/7/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 52932/18/2019
Second Substitute Senate Bill 5293 as Recommended by Ways & Means3/1/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5293 as Reported by Senate Ways & Means on 02-28-20192/28/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5293History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5434 Weapons in certain locations
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of Engrossed First Substitute BillProhibits possession of firearms on the premises of any licensed child care center, child care center provided-transportation, or other child care center facility.Requires a family day care provider to secure firearms on the premises in a locked gun safe or unloaded in a locked room with a trigger lock or other disabling device.
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Senate Bill 54341/18/2019Digest of Senate Bill 54341/28/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 54342/14/2019
Substitute Senate Bill 5434 as Recommended by Law & Justice2/21/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5434 as Reported by Senate Law & Justice on 02-21-20192/21/2019
Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5434 as Recommended by Law & Justice3/11/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Pedersen (S2926.1) to Substitute Senate Bill 54343/11/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Wilson, L. (S2857.1) to Substitute Senate Bill 54343/11/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Fortunato (PRES 017) to Substitute Senate Bill 54343/11/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5434 as Passed Senate on 03-11-20193/11/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5434History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SB 5489 Environmental justice
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of Second Substitute Bill(As Amended by Committee)Creates a task force, subject to the availability of funds appropriated for this purpose, to recommend various strategies for incorporating environmental justice principles into how certain agencies discharge their responsibilities.Requires certain state agencies to adopt a cumulative impact analysis tool to identify highly impacted communities.Requires the Department of Health to develop model policies for the implementation of the task force's guidance, if any are issued, related to the use of the cumulative impact analysis tool.
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Senate Bill 54891/23/2019Digest of Senate Bill 54891/31/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 54892/13/2019
Substitute Senate Bill 5489 as Recommended by Environment, Energy & Technology2/19/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5489 as Reported by Senate Environment, Energy & Technology on 02-19-20192/19/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 54892/27/2019
Second Substitute Senate Bill 5489 as Recommended by Ways & Means3/1/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5489 as Reported by Senate Ways & Means on 02-28-20192/28/2019
Senate Bill Report on Second Substitute Senate Bill 5489 as Passed Senate on 03-08-20193/8/2019
Initial House Analysis of Second Substitute Senate Bill 54893/19/2019
House Amendment by House Committee on State Government & Tribal Relations (H2602.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 5483/29/2019
House Bill Report on Second Substitute Senate Bill 5489 as Reported by House State Government & Tribal Relations on 03-23/28/2019
House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 54894/10/2019
House Bill Report on Second Substitute Senate Bill 5489 as Reported by House Appropriations on 04-08-20194/8/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Ryu (OMLI 227) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Subst4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Ryu (OMLI 252) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Subst4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. McCaslin (OMLI 241) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second 4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Goehner (OMLI 248) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second S4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Goehner (OMLI 242) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second S4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Corry (OMLI 228) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (OMLI 244) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (OMLI 230) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (OMLI 232) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (OMLI 246) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Caldier (OMLI 240) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second S4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Dufault (OMLI 231) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second S4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Stokesbary (OMLI 239) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Secon4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Kretz (OMLI 238) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Gildon (OMLI 235) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Su4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Smith (H2933.1) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Subs4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Pollet (OMLI 254) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Su4/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Barkis (OMLI 256) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Su4/15/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (OMLI 257) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/15/2019
House Amendment by Rep. DeBolt (OMLI 259) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Su4/15/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (OMLI 233) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Subs4/15/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (OMLI 234) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Subs4/15/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Smith (OMLI 262) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/15/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Smith (OMLI 267) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/15/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Springer (OMLI 265) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second 4/15/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (OMLI 264) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/16/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Maycumber (H2958.1) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second 4/16/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Kretz (OMLI 260) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/16/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Corry (OMLI 261) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/16/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Irwin (OMLI 268) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second Sub4/16/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Stokesbary (H2968.2) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2877.1) to Second4/16/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SB 5489History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SHB 1110 Greenhouse gas/transp. fuels
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Directs the Department of Ecology (Ecology) to adopt a rule establishing a Clean Fuels Program (Program) to limit greenhouse gas emissions per unit of transportation fuel energy to 10 percent below 2017 levels by 2028 and 20 percent below 2017 levels by 2035. Excludes exported fuel, electricity, fuel used by vessels, railroad locomotives, and aircraft, and certain other categories of transportation fuel from the Program's requirements.Requires the Program to include processes for tracking compliance obligations and bankable, tradeable credits.Requires annual reporting by Ecology on the Program, as well as an analysis of the Program's first five years by the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee.Retains the current revenue distribution under the 2015 Transportation revenue package, eliminating changes that would have been triggered as a result of the establishment of a Program.Establishes an alternative assessment fee in lieu of compliance with the Clean Fuels Program.Specifies that the alternative assessment will be $6 per metric ton of carbon dioxide emissions of transportation fuels for calendar year 2021 through 2028 and subject to rates specified in subsequent legislation after that time period.Imposes a five cent per gallon tax on the bio-portion of a biofuel blended fuel for calendar years 2021 through 2028. 
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House Bill 11101/10/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 11101/15/2019
Digest of House Bill 11101/14/2019
Substitute House Bill 1110 as Recommended by Environment & Energy1/25/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1110 as Reported by House Environment & Energy on 01-24-20191/24/2019
Digest of Substitute House Bill 11101/28/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1110 as Reported by House Transportation on 02-14-20192/14/2019
Second Substitute House Bill 1110 as Recommended by Appropriations2/27/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1110 as Reported by House Appropriations on 02-25-20192/25/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Maycumber (H2158.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/4/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Maycumber (H2159.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/4/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Maycumber (H2160.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/4/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Irwin (H2236.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/4/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Vick (H2260.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/4/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Irwin (H2261.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/4/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Irwin (H2259.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/4/2019
House Amendment by Rep. DeBolt (H2272.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. MacEwen (H2284.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Stokesbary (H2306.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/6/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Chapman (H2328.2) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/8/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Maycumber (H2331.3) to House Amendment by Rep. Chapman (H2328.2) to Second Substitute House Bill3/8/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2363.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/8/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Van Werven (H2156.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (H2294.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (H2188.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (H2192.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Corry (H2248.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (LIPS 118) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (H2192.2) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. DeBolt (H2397.1) to Second Substitute House Bill 11103/12/2019
Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 1110 as Recommended by Appropriations3/13/2019
House Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 1110 as Passed House on 03-12-20193/12/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 11103/19/2019
Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Environment, Energy & Technology (S3117.1) to Engrossed Second Substitute House 3/21/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 1110 as Reported by Senate Environment, Energy & Technology3/21/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 11104/4/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SHB 1110History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1219 Real estate taxes/housing
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -3 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Authorizes counties and cities required to plan or who are planning under the Growth Management Act to use real estate excise tax (REET 2) revenue for the planning, acquisition, construction, reconstruction, repair, replacement, rehabilitation, or improvement of facilities for persons experiencing homelessness and affordable housing projects until January 1, 2026.
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House Bill 12191/16/2019Digest of House Bill 12191/18/2019
Initial House Analysis of House Bill 12192/1/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1219 as Reported by House Housing, Community Development & Veterans on 02-05-20192/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Gildon (H1814.1) to House Bill 12193/1/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walen (H2249.2) to House Bill 12193/4/2019
Engrossed House Bill 12193/6/2019
House Bill Report on Engrossed House Bill 1219 as Passed House on 03-05-20193/5/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed House Bill 12193/20/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed House Bill 1219 as Reported by Senate Housing Stability & Affordability on 03-25-20193/25/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Fortunato (S3970.1) to Engrossed House Bill 12194/10/2019
House Bill Report on Engrossed House Bill 1219 as Passed Legislature on 04-10-20194/10/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed House Bill 1219 as Passed Senate on 04-10-20194/10/2019
Engrossed House Bill 1219 - as passed by the Legislature4/11/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1219History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1622 Drought preparedness
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -7 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of Amended BillAuthorizes the Department of Ecology (Ecology) to issue a drought advisory when it appears that drought conditions may develop.Makes various changes to Ecology's responsibilities when an emergency drought order has been issued.Directs Ecology to initiate a pilot program to explore the cost, feasibility, and benefits of entering into long-term water right lease agreements to alleviate water supply conditions which may occur as a result of drought conditions.
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House Bill 16221/24/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 16222/8/2019
Digest of House Bill 16222/13/2019
Substitute House Bill 1622 as Recommended by Rural Development, Agriculture, & Natural Resources2/21/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1622 as Reported by House Rural Development, Agriculture, & Natural Resources on 02-20-22/20/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1622 as Reported by House Capital Budget on 02-26-20192/26/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Dye (HATF 089) to Substitute House Bill 16223/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Dent (HATF 095) to Substitute House Bill 16223/7/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Dent (HATF 116) to Substitute House Bill 16223/11/2019
Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1622 as Recommended by Rural Development, Agriculture, & Natural Resources3/13/2019
House Bill Report on Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1622 as Passed House on 03-12-20193/12/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Substitute House Bill 16223/26/2019
Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Agriculture, Water, Natural Resources & Parks (S3628.1) to Engrossed Substitute 4/3/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1622 as Reported by Senate Agriculture, Water, Natural Resources &4/2/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Substitute House Bill 16224/8/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1622 as Reported by Senate Ways & Means on 04-09-20194/9/2019
Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Ways & Means (S3965.1) to Engrossed Substitute House Bill 16224/10/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1622History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1567 Solid fuel burning devices
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -5 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Changes the fee on the sale of new woodstoves from $30 to $50, beginning January 1, 2020.Requires the Department of Ecology to establish by rule a process for determining periodic increases to the fee.
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House Bill 15671/23/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 15672/6/2019
Digest of House Bill 15672/5/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1567 as Reported by House Environment & Energy on 03-28-20193/28/2019
Substitute House Bill 1567 as Recommended by Environment & Energy4/2/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1567History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1638 Vaccine preventable diseases
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -10 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of Amended BillRemoves the philosophical or personal objection exemption for the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine.Allows proof of disease immunity through laboratory evidence or history of disease to substitute for immunization.Requires employees and volunteers at child day care centers to receive the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine, provide proof of immunity from the measles, or provide a certification that the vaccine is not medically advisable.
LINKSUpdatedLINKSUpdated
House Bill 16381/24/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 16382/8/2019
Digest of House Bill 16382/13/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1638 as Reported by House Health Care & Wellness on 02-15-20192/15/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Stonier (MORI 055) to House Bill 16383/1/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Stonier (MORI 058) to House Bill 16383/4/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (MORI 062) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Young (MORI 059) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Young (MORI 061) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 018) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 016) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 015) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 014) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 007) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 006) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 013) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Young (MORI 060) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. McCaslin (MORI 010) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. McCaslin (MORI 011) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. McCaslin (MORI 012) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (MORI 075) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 074) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 072) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 071) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Kraft (MORI 030) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Kraft (MORI 028) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Kraft (MORI 026) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Kraft (MORI 025) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Kraft (MORI 024) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 022) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 021) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 019) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 020) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. McCaslin (MORI 041) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. McCaslin (MORI 042) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. McCaslin (MORI 043) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. McCaslin (MORI 044) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Kraft (MORI 048) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Young (MORI 077) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 017) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. McCaslin (MORI 027) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. McCaslin (MORI 029) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 031) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 047) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Young (MORI 079) to House Amendment by Rep. Young (MORI 077) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (MORI 082) to House Bill 16383/5/2019
Engrossed House Bill 16383/6/2019
House Bill Report on Engrossed House Bill 1638 as Passed House on 03-05-20193/5/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed House Bill 16383/29/2019
Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.1) to Engrossed House Bill 16384/2/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed House Bill 1638 as Reported by Senate Health & Long Term Care on 04-01-20194/1/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Padden (S3889.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.1) t4/9/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Padden (S3891.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.1) t4/9/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Padden (S3890.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.1) t4/9/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Randall (S4334.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.1) 4/17/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Padden (S4352.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.1) t4/17/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Fortunato (S3486.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.14/17/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Rivers (S3474.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.1) t4/17/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Fortunato (S3475.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.14/17/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Wagoner (S3476.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.1) 4/17/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Fortunato (S3473.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.14/17/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Hawkins (S3888.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.1) 4/17/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Wilson, L. (S3484.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.4/17/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Wilson, L. (S3485.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.4/17/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Wilson, L. (S3483.1) to Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care (S3367.4/17/2019
Engrossed House Bill 1638 - as passed by the Legislature4/24/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1638History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1228 Fish barrier removal funding
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -8 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Increasing transportation revenues to help fund state fish barrier removal.
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House Bill 12281/16/2019Digest of House Bill 12281/21/2019
Initial House Analysis of House Bill 12284/5/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1228History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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SSB 5116 Clean energy
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -7 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of Engrossed Second Substitute Bill(As Amended by House)Requires all electric utilities to eliminate coal-fired resources from their allocation of electricity by December 31, 2025 (Coal Elimination Standard).Requires that all retail sales of electricity to Washington customers be greenhouse gas neutral by January 1, 2030 (Greenhouse Gas Neutral Standard).Establishes a statewide policy that nonemitting and renewable resources supply 100 percent of all retail sales of electricity to Washington customers by January 1, 2045 (Clean Energy Standard).Requires each electric utility to demonstrate its compliance with the Clean Energy Standard by January 1, 2045, and each year thereafter using a combination of nonemitting electric generation and electricity from renewable resources.Establishes an administrative penalty of $100 per megawatt-hour of electric generation, multiplied by certain source-specific multipliers, for noncompliance with the Coal Elimination Standard or Greenhouse Gas Neutral Standard.Extends the expiration date for a sales and use tax exemption for certain alternative energy machinery and equipment from January 1, 2020, to January 1, 2030.Reinstates an expired sales and use tax exemption for solar energy systems smaller than 500 kilowatts AC in size.Amends the Energy Independence Act.
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Senate Bill 51161/10/2019Digest of Senate Bill 51161/14/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 51161/17/2019
Substitute Senate Bill 5116 as Recommended by Environment, Energy & Technology2/1/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5116 as Reported by Senate Environment, Energy & Technology on 01-29-20191/29/2019
Digest of Substitute Senate Bill 51162/1/2019Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 51162/12/2019
Senate Bill Report on Senate Bill 5116 as Reported by Senate Ways & Means on 02-18-20192/18/2019
Second Substitute Senate Bill 5116 as Recommended by Ways & Means2/21/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Hawkins (S2216.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/26/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Hawkins (S2216.2) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/27/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Ericksen (S2386.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Carlyle (S2324.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Carlyle (S2455.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Takko (S2442.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Short (S2362.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Short (S2360.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Brown (S2279.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Ericksen (S2276.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Ericksen (S2257.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Ericksen (S2394.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Ericksen (S2260.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Ericksen (S2271.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Ericksen (S2272.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Short (S2277.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Short (S2273.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Short (S2274.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Fortunato (S2256.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Fortunato (S2264.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Fortunato (S2282.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Fortunato (S2278.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Braun (S2377.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Rivers (S2268.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Rivers (S2267.1) to Second Substitute Senate Bill 51162/28/2019
Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 5116 as Recommended by Ways & Means3/1/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 5116 as Passed Senate on 03-01-20193/1/2019
Initial House Analysis of Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 51163/5/2019
House Amendment by House Committee on Environment & Energy (H2417.3) to Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 51163/20/2019
House Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 5116 as Reported by House Environment & Energy on 03-19-2013/19/2019
House Amendment by House Committee on Finance (H2714.2) to Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 51164/3/2019
House Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 5116 as Reported by House Finance on 04-02-20194/2/2019
House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 51164/10/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2922.1) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engros4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (H2908.1) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed S4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (H2906.1) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed Se4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (H2907.1) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed Se4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Steele (H2904.1) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed 4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. DeBolt (H2901.1) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed 4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. DeBolt (H2903.1) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed 4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. DeBolt (H2902.1) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed 4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. DeBolt (H2856.2) to Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 51164/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (HUGH 129) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engro4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (HUGH 130) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed S4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (H2917.1) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed Se4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Young (HUGH 132) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed 4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Young (HUGH 128) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed 4/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Young (HUGH 131) to House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.1) to Engrossed 4/11/2019
House Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 5116 as Reported by House Appropriations on 04-08-20194/8/2019
Engrossed House Amendment by House Committee on Appropriations (H2810.E) to Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 51164/12/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 5116 as Amended by the House on 04-11-20194/11/2019
House Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 5116 as Passed House on 04-11-20194/11/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for SSB 5116History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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HB 1923 Urban residential building
CAPR Recommends DO NOT PASS CAPR rating = -3 (Poor) Impact is Serious
Brief Summary of Engrossed Second Substitute BillEncourages cities with a population of greater than 10,000 that are planning fully under the Growth Management Act (GMA) to take certain actions to increase residential building capacity and housing affordability.Encourages cities with a population of greater than 10,000 that are planning fully under the GMA to make certain updates to the housing element of their comprehensive plan.Exempts from the requirements of the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) amendments to development regulations that are made in order to implement the residential building capacity and housing affordability elements of the act.Exempts certain project actions from appeals under SEPA on the basis of transportation impacts, provided they meet certain criteria.
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House Bill 19232/5/2019Initial House Analysis of House Bill 19232/14/2019
Substitute House Bill 1923 as Recommended by Environment & Energy2/22/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1923 as Reported by House Environment & Energy on 02-21-20192/21/2019
Second Substitute House Bill 1923 as Recommended by Appropriations3/4/2019
House Bill Report on House Bill 1923 as Reported by House Appropriations on 02-28-20192/28/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Dye (HATF 103) to Second Substitute House Bill 19233/9/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bill 19233/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Dye (HATF 109) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bill 13/11/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Pollet (HATF 113) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bil3/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Santos (HATF 117) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bil3/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Vick (HATF 121) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bill 3/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (HATF 118) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bill 3/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Boehnke (HATF 108) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bi3/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (HATF 111) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bill3/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (HATF 110) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bill3/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Dye (HATF 120) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bill 13/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Dye (HATF 119) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bill 13/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (HATF 122) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bill 3/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Walsh (HATF 126) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (H2366.3) to Second Substitute House Bill3/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (HATF 129) to Second Substitute House Bill 19233/12/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (HATF 132) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (HATF 129) to Second Substitute House Bill3/13/2019
House Amendment by Rep. Shea (HATF 133) to House Amendment by Rep. Fitzgibbon (HATF 129) to Second Substitute House Bill3/13/2019
Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 1923 as Recommended by Appropriations3/15/2019
House Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 1923 as Passed House on 03-13-20193/13/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 19233/27/2019
Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Housing Stability & Affordability (S3387.2) to Engrossed Second Substitute House4/2/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 1923 as Reported by Senate Housing Stability & Affordabilit4/1/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 19234/5/2019
Senate Amendment by Senate Committee on Ways & Means (S3927.2) to Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 19234/9/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 1923 as Reported by Senate Ways & Means on 04-09-20194/9/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Kuderer (S4105.1) to Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 19234/12/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Palumbo (S4147.1) to Senate Amendment by Sen. Kuderer (S4105.1) to Engrossed Second Substitute 4/12/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Short (S4152.1) to Senate Amendment by Sen. Kuderer (S4105.1) to Engrossed Second Substitute Ho4/12/2019
Senate Amendment by Sen. Short (CRAN 135) to Senate Amendment by Sen. Kuderer (S4105.1) to Engrossed Second Substitute H4/13/2019
Engrossed Senate Amendment by Sen. Kuderer (S4105.E) to Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 19234/15/2019
House Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 1923 as Amended by the Senate on 04-13-20194/13/2019
Senate Bill Report on Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 1923 as Passed Senate on 04-13-20194/13/2019
Link to “Public Comment on Bill” for HB 1923History/Statuswww.washingtonvotes.org
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