Washington State Legislature

98 Representatives
  • 41 Republicans
  • 57 Democrats
49 Senators
  • 29 Democrats
  • 20 Republicans
20 House Committees
15 Senate Committees

Bills

Recently Introduced

HB 2184

Requiring comprehensive sexual health education with an affirmative consent curriculum in all public schools by the 2022-23 school year in accordance with the recommendations of the sexual health education work group.

  • Introduced Apr 28 2019
  • Sponsored by Santos, Stonier

HB 2184

Requiring comprehensive sexual health education with an affirmative consent curriculum in all public schools by the 2022-23 school year in accordance with the recommendations of the sexual health education work group.

  • Introduced Apr 28 2019
  • Sponsored by Santos, Stonier

HR 4641

Recognizing and honoring Frank Chopp.

  • Introduced Apr 28 2019
  • Sponsored by Bergquist, Morgan, Stanford, and 94 more.

HR 4642

Providing for the conduct of the House of Representatives during interim periods.

  • Introduced Apr 28 2019
  • Sponsored by Kretz, Sullivan
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Recently Passed

SB 5998

Establishing a graduated real estate excise tax.

  • Introduced Mar 29 2019
  • First reading, referred to Ways & Means. May 21 2019
  • Sponsored by Hunt, Hasegawa, Salomon, and 2 more.

SB 5362

Addressing the creation of a deferred prosecution program for nonpayment of license fees and taxes for vehicle, vessel, and aircraft registrations.

  • Introduced Jan 18 2019
  • First reading, referred to Transportation. May 21 2019
  • Sponsored by King, Hobbs, Rivers, and 1 more.

SB 5883

Authorizing vehicles or combinations of vehicles carrying farm products to exceed total gross weight limits by two thousand pounds.

  • Introduced Feb 08 2019
  • First reading, referred to Transportation. May 21 2019
  • Sponsored by Rivers, Hobbs, Keiser, and 3 more.

SB 5160

Concerning property tax exemptions for service-connected disabled veterans and senior citizens.

  • Introduced Jan 15 2019
  • First reading, referred to Ways & Means. May 21 2019
  • Sponsored by Kuderer, Das, Fortunato, and 9 more.
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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2017-2018 Regular Session 3953
2019-2020 Regular Session 2509

Sources

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