Committee Meetings for the Week of April 19

Regular committee meetings have ended for this legislative session. Committees will still meet as needed.

Legislative Bills of Interest – Week 14 (And Standing)

House Bills

  • HB 1080 – Concerning the capital budget. (Adopted 98-0 )
  • HB 1091 – Reducing greenhouse gas emissions by reducing the carbon intensity of transportation fuel. (Adopted by the Senate 27-20)
  • HB 1143 – Authorizing the placement of water rights banked pursuant to RCW 90.92.070 into the trust water rights program. (Sent to the Governor)
  • HB 1168 – Concerning long-term forest health and the reduction of wildfire dangers. (Adopted by Senate 49-0)
  • HB 1216 – Concerning urban and community forestry. (Sent to the Governor)
  • HB 1336 – Creating and expanding unrestricted authority for public entities to provide telecommunications services to end users. (Passed the Senate 27-22)
  • HB 1382 – Streamlining the environmental permitting process for salmon recovery projects. (Sent to the Governor)
  • HB 1443 – Concerning social equity within the cannabis industry. (House concurred with Senate amendments 60-36)

Senate Bills

  • SB 5083 – Concerning the capital budget. (House Rules Committee)
  • SB 5092 – Making 2021-2023 fiscal biennium operating appropriations. (Conference Committee Appointed)
  • SB 5126 – Concerning the Washington climate commitment act. (House Appropriations)
  • SB 5141 – Implementing the recommendations of the environmental justice task force. (Adopted by the House 56-41) 
  • SB 5172 – Concerning the retroactivity of overtime claims in exceptional cases. (Sent to the Governor)
  • SB 5159 – Concerning payments in lieu of real property taxes by the department of the fish and wildlife. (Sent to the Governor)
  • SB 5220 – Concern the taxation of salmon recovery grants. (Sent to the Governor)
  • SB 5253 – Implementing the recommendations of the pollinator health task force. (Sent to the Governor)
  • SB 5273 – Concerning the replacement of shoreline armoring. (Adopted by House 57-40)
  • SB 5362 – Ensuring the funding of agricultural fairs. (Adopted by the House 97-1)
  • SB 5383 – Authorizing a public utility district to provide retail telecommunications services in unserved areas under certain conditions. (Adopted by the House 62-36)