Washington Senator Reuven Carlyle [D]

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WASB5141EngrossImplementing the recommendations of the environmental justice task force.
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2021-03-12
[Hearing: Mar 12 @ 10:00 am]
To House Environment & Energy Committee
WASB5284EngrossEliminating subminimum wage certificates for persons with disabilities.
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2021-03-12
[Hearing: Mar 12 @ 8:00 am]
To House Labor & Workplace Standards Committee
WASB5022EngrossConcerning the management of certain materials to support recycling and waste and litter reduction.
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2021-03-11
[Hearing: Mar 11 @ 1:30 pm]

Scheduled for public hearing in the House Committee on Environment & Energy at 1:30 PM in anticipation of other legislative action.
WASB5184EngrossEstablishing a building point of contact in all K-12 public schools for students in foster care.
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2021-03-11
[Hearing: Mar 11 @ 1:30 pm]
To House Education Committee
WASB5432EngrossConcerning cybersecurity and data sharing in Washington state government.
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2021-03-10
[Hearing: Mar 10 @ 8:15 am]
To House State Government & Tribal Relations Committee
WASB5062EngrossConcerning the management, oversight, and use of data.
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2021-03-03
Third reading, passed; yeas, 48; nays, 1; absent, 0; excused, 0.
WASB5170IntroConcerning employment after public service in state government.
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2021-03-03
Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
WASB5036EngrossConcerning conditional commutation by the clemency and pardons board.
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2021-03-03
To House Public Safety Committee
WASB5152EngrossEnhancing data stewardship and privacy protections for vehicle and driver data.
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2021-03-03
Third reading, passed; yeas, 49; nays, 0; absent, 0; excused, 0.
WASB5000EngrossCreating a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle pilot sales and use tax exemption program.
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2021-03-03
Third reading, passed; yeas, 49; nays, 0; absent, 0; excused, 0.
WASB5191EngrossRegulating unfair business practices and prohibiting predatory price increases during states of emergency.
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2021-03-03
Third reading, passed; yeas, 29; nays, 20; absent, 0; excused, 0.
WASB5259EngrossConcerning law enforcement data collection.
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2021-03-03
To House Public Safety Committee
WASB5295IntroTransforming the regulation of gas and electrical companies toward multiyear rate plans and performance-based rate making.
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2021-03-03
Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
WASB5038EngrossProhibiting the open carry of certain weapons at public demonstrations and the state capitol.
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2021-02-27
To House Civil Rights & Judiciary Committee
WASB5035EngrossConcerning offender scoring of drug offenses.
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2021-02-27
To House Public Safety Committee
WASB5126IntroConcerning the Washington climate commitment act.
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2021-02-26
To Senate Ways & Means Committee
WASR8611PassHonoring Steve K. Houle.
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2021-02-26
Adopted.
WASB5203IntroProducing, distributing, and purchasing generic prescription drugs.
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2021-02-25
Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
WASB5371IntroFunding public health services and health equity initiatives through a statewide sweetened beverage tax.
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2021-02-22
To Senate Health & Long Term Care Committee
WASR8607PassHonoring Japanese Americans who suffered relocation and internment during World War II.
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2021-02-19
Adopted.
WASB5080EngrossProviding flexibility in the distribution and use of local funds dedicated to facilities used for youth educational programming.
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2021-02-18
To House Appropriations Committee
WASB5010IntroProhibiting the use of credit scores to determine rates for personal lines of insurance.
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2021-02-17
Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
WASB5169EngrossConcerning provider reimbursement for personal protective equipment during the state of emergency related to COVID-19.
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2021-02-15
To House Health Care and Wellness Committee
WASB5192IntroSupporting access to electric vehicle supply equipment.
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2021-02-12
To Senate Ways & Means Committee
WASB5442IntroConcerning the funding of salaries of school district superintendents.
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2021-02-09
To Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee
WASB5419IntroReplacing the Marcus Whitman statue in the national statuary hall collection with a statue of Billy Frank Jr.
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2021-02-03
To Senate Labor, Commerce & Tribal Affairs Committee
WASB5161IntroTeaching Washington's tribal history, culture, and government.
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2021-01-28
To Senate Rules Committee
WASB5282IntroConcerning reduction in value of property as a result of government restrictions imposed in response to a public health emergency.
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2021-01-19
To Senate Ways & Means Committee
WASB5002IntroAddressing the state auditor's duties and procedures.
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2021-01-18
To Senate Rules Committee
WASR8602PassRecognizing the activities of the Women in Cloud organization.
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2021-01-15
Adopted.
WASB5231IntroReducing greenhouse gas emissions by reducing the carbon intensity of transportation fuel.
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2021-01-15
To Senate Environment, Energy & Technology Committee
WASB5216IntroConcerning additional transparency and accountability for tax preferences.
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2021-01-14
To Senate Ways & Means Committee
WASB5047IntroReducing criminal justice expenses by eliminating the death penalty and instead requiring life imprisonment without possibility of release or parole as the sentence for aggravated first degree murder.
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2021-01-11
To Senate Law & Justice Committee
WASB5093IntroReducing statewide greenhouse gas emissions by achieving greater decarbonization of residential and commercial buildings.
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2021-01-11
To Senate Environment, Energy & Technology Committee
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