Washington Representative Jake Fey [D]

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WAHB1623VetoAddressing the extent to which Washington residents are at risk of rolling blackouts and power supply inadequacy events.
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2022-03-31
Governor vetoed.
WAHB1717PassConcerning tribal participation in planning under the growth management act.
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2022-03-31
Effective date 6/9/2022.
WAHB1927PassCreating leave provisions for legislative service.
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2022-03-31
Effective date 6/9/2022.
WAHB1990PassConcerning a sales and use tax deferral for projects to improve the state route number 167 and Interstate 405 corridor.
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2022-03-31
Effective date 7/1/2022.
WAHB1593PassExpanding the landlord mitigation program to alleviate the financial burden on victims attempting to flee domestic violence, sexual assault, unlawful harassment, or stalking.
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2022-03-30
Effective date 6/9/2022*.
WAHB1815PassDeterring catalytic converter theft.
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2022-03-30
Effective date 3/30/2022*.
WAHB1691PassConcerning financial responsibility requirements related to oil spills.
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2022-03-30
Effective date 6/9/2022.
WAHB1866PassAssisting persons receiving community support services through medical assistance programs to receive supportive housing.
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2022-03-30
Effective date 6/9/2022.
WAHB1934PassAllowing tribal governments to participate in exchange agreements without certain restrictions.
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2022-03-25
Effective date 6/9/2022.
WAHB1329PassConcerning public meeting accessibility and participation.
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2022-03-24
Effective date 6/9/2022*.
WAHB1785PassConcerning the minimum monthly salary paid to Washington state patrol troopers and sergeants.
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2022-03-24
Effective date 6/9/2022.
WAHB1790PassAddressing the creation, display, and material durability of temporary license plates.
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2022-03-24
Effective date 7/1/2023.
WAHB1931PassSustaining hydropower license fees.
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2022-03-24
Effective date 6/9/2022.
WAHB2024PassConcerning a sales and use tax deferral for projects to improve the state route number 520 corridor.
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2022-03-24
Effective date 7/1/2022.
WAHB1590PassConcerning enrollment stabilization funding to address enrollment declines due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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2022-03-23
Effective date 3/23/2022.
WAHB1376PassConcerning registration of land titles.
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2022-03-17
Effective date 6/9/2022*.
WAHB1619PassConcerning appliance efficiency standards.
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2022-03-11
Effective date 6/9/2022*.
WAHB1888PassAllowing the department of revenue to adjust the rates of remittance reductions in the working families' tax credit in order to align with federal maximum qualifying income levels.
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2022-03-11
Effective date 6/9/2022.
WAHB1894PassConcerning the period for juvenile diversion agreements.
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2022-03-11
Effective date 6/9/2022.
WAHB1099Engross

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Improving the state's climate response through updates to the state's comprehensive planning framework.
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2022-03-10
Returned to House Rules 3.
WAHB1760Engross

Sine Die
Expanding access to dual credit programs.
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2022-03-10
To House Rules Committee
WAHB1659Engross

Sine Die
Making higher education more affordable and accessible for students by bridging the gap between cost and need to reduce barriers, improve opportunity, and advance economic security.
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2022-03-10
Returned to House Rules 3.
WAHB1789Engross

Sine Die
Establishing a property tax exemption for adult family homes serving people with intellectual or developmental disabilities and owned by a nonprofit.
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2022-03-10
To House Rules Committee
WAHB1924Engross

Sine Die
Changing the expiration date for the sales and use tax exemption of hog fuel to comply with the 2045 deadline for fossil fuel-free electrical generation in Washington state and to protect jobs with health care and retirement benefits in economically ...
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2022-03-10
To House Rules Committee
WAHR4672PassRecognizing Representative Dufault's record of public service.
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2022-03-10
Adopted.
WAHR4671PassHonoring Representative Jesse Johnson.
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2022-03-10
Adopted.
WAHR4673PassHonoring Representative Sullivan.
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2022-03-10
Adopted.
WAHR4669PassAcknowledging Representative Laurie Dolan.
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2022-03-09
Adopted.
WAHR4668PassHonoring Representative Kirby.
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2022-03-08
Adopted.
WAHR4670PassCelebrating Representative Mike Sells.
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2022-03-08
Adopted.
WAHR4666PassRecognizing Representative Dufault's record of public service.
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2022-03-07
Adopted.
WAHB2118Intro

Sine Die
Concerning additive transportation funding and appropriations.
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2022-02-28
To House Rules Committee
WAHR4650PassHonoring Mark L. Doumit.
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2022-02-28
Adopted.
WAHB1786Intro

Sine Die
Making supplemental transportation appropriations for the 2021-2023 fiscal biennium.
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2022-02-26
To House Rules Committee
WAHB2119Intro

Sine Die
Addressing transportation resources.
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2022-02-24
To House Rules Committee
WAHR4653PassHonoring patients and families affected by PANDAS/PANS.
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2022-02-24
Adopted.
WAHB1056Engross

Sine Die
Concerning open public meeting notice requirements and declared emergencies.
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2022-02-22
Returned to Rules Committee for third reading.
WAHR4648PassHonoring Presidents.
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2022-02-21
Adopted.
WAHR4645PassHonoring Japanese Americans who suffered relocation and internment during World War II.
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2022-02-18
Adopted.
WAHB1806Intro

Sine Die
Extending collective bargaining rights to employees of the legislative branch of state government.
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2022-02-07
To House Rules Committee
WAHB1969Intro

Sine Die
Authorizing the limited use of automated traffic safety cameras for speed violations outside of school speed zones.
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2022-02-04
To House Transportation Committee
WAHB2089Intro

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Modifying the bond authorization for the Interstate 405 and state route number 167 corridor and the Puget Sound Gateway facility.
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2022-02-04
To House Transportation Committee
WAHB2108Intro

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Forgiving the first two payments due under the sales and use tax deferral for historic auto museums in response to operational delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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2022-01-28
To House Finance Committee
WAHB1733PassEstablishing voluntary exemptions to the long-term services and supports trust program for certain populations.
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2022-01-27
Effective date 1/27/2022.
WAHB1732PassDelaying the implementation of the long-term services and supports trust program by 18 months.
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2022-01-27
Effective date 1/27/2022.
WAHB2063Intro

Sine Die
Concerning the number of inhabitants required for incorporation as a city or town.
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2022-01-26
To House Local Government Committee
WAHR4639PassHonoring the Washington National Guard.
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2022-01-26
Adopted.
WAHB1897Intro

Sine Die
Repealing requirements for parent payment of the cost of their child's support, treatment, and confinement in juvenile rehabilitation residential facilities.
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2022-01-19
To House Children, Youth & Families Committee
WAHB1883Intro

Sine Die
Establishing a lifeline for youth and young adults who have experienced or are at risk of entering into public systems of care.
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2022-01-19
To House Children, Youth & Families Committee
WAHB2045Intro

Sine Die
Concerning equitable geographic distribution of community placements for persons releasing from a state hospital to a less restrictive placement after committing acts constituting a violent felony.
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2022-01-19
To House Civil Rights & Judiciary Committee
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