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AKHB00019 Text  
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Sponsor(s): REPRESENTATIVE(S) DRUMMOND, Rauscher | An Act limiting the application of neonicotinoid pesticides.
Status: 06/14/2017 : (H) COSPONSOR(S): RAUSCHER
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A person may not apply imidacloprid, clothianidin, thiamethoxam, dinotefuran, acetamiprid, or any other neonicotinoid pesticide to seeds, to foliage, or in granular form to soil, unless the pesticide is contained entirely within a greenhouse.
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MAHB03713
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An Act to promote healthy soils
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A petition for legislation to establish a healthy soils program within the Department of Agricultural Resources to promote the use of regenerative agriculture. Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture
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MAHB03927
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An Act empowering towns to protect their environment and residents from harmful pesticides
Status: 10/11/2017 : Joint Hearing scheduled for 10/17/2017 from 09:30 AM-01:00 PM in B-1
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This is a highly inadvisable proposal to allow local, amateur environmentalists below the state level jurisdiction ( cities and towns)2C by a majority vote of the legislative body, adopt ordinances and by-laws that regulate, restrict or prohibit the use and application or disposal of pesticides within the city or town that are more stringent than the standards and restrictions established by this chapter.
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MTHB00038
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Revise allowable harvest volume for certain state land timber harvest
Status: 01/04/2017 : Became Law
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In cases when the department is required to act immediately to take advantage of access granted by permission of an adjoining landowner and there is only one potential buyer with legal access, the department may negotiate a sale of timber not in excess of two (2)million board feet without offering the timber for bid if the sale is for fair market value.
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MTHB00131
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Revise reports and fees for produce, seed, feed, fertilizer
Status: 01/04/2017 : Became Law
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Revises filing dates and fees for state fertilizer registrations.
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MTSB00055
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Revise nursery licensing, fees, inspections, and penalties
Status: 01/04/2017 : Became Law
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Revises definitions and inspection fees for nurseries and nursery stock.
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ORSB01547
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Expands list of health care professionals who can provide medical release to youth athlete who is suspected of having concussion.
Status: 02/06/18 : Introduced.
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Electricity from a generating facility located in this state that uses biomass and that
became operational before January 1, 1995, may be used to comply with a renewable portfolio
standard if the facility meets the requirements of the federal Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act
of 1978 (P.L. 95-617)on March 4, 2010., regardless of whether the facility qualifies under the re-
quirements of the Public Utility Commission.
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WAHB01472
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Criminalizing damaging, destroying, tampering, or removing ballot return boxes or contents. Sponsor - Hudgins
Status: Jan 20, 2018 : First reading, referred to Public Safety (Not Officially read and referred until adoption of Introduction report).
All Versions: Introduced | S
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Using chemical action plans to require safer chemicals in Washington
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WAHB01590
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Concerning the protection of composting from nuisance lawsuits. Sponsor - Blake
Status: Jan 24, 2018 : First reading, referred to Agriculture & Natural Resources (Not Officially read and referred until adoption of Introduction report).
All Versions: Introduced | S
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Confirms that composting is an agricultural/farm activity protected from nuisance lawsuits bu declaring:

(4)"Farm product" means those plants and animals useful to humans and includes, but is not limited to, forages and sod crops, compost, dairy and dairy products, poultry and poultry products, livestock, including breeding, grazing, and recreational equine use, fruits, vegetables, flowers, seeds, grasses, trees, freshwater fish and fish products, apiaries and apiary products, equine and other similar products, or any other product which incorporates the use of food, feed, fiber, or fur.
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WAHB01758
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Concerning the business of child care. Sponsor - Senn
Status: Jan 27, 2018 : First reading, referred to Early Learning & Human Services (Not Officially read and referred until adoption of Introduction report).
All Versions: Introduced | S
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Tax credits for producing (liquid)biofuels and E85 fuels are extended to 2025.
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WAHB01985
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Establishing a statewide policy supporting Washington state's economy and immigrants' role in the workplace. Sponsor - Ortiz-Self
Status: Feb 6, 2018 : First reading, referred to Judiciary (Not Officially read and referred until adoption of Introduction report).
All Versions: Introduced
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Proposal to make it unlawful to knowingly sell or offer for sale at wholesale or retail any food or food products grown in sewage, sewage sludge, biosolids, compost derived from or containing human waste, or any form or amount of human waste, unless the food or food products are clearly and conspicuously labeled with words "Grown in Sewage Sludge":
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WAHB02104
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Addressing protection product guarantee providers. Sponsor - Kirby
Status: Feb 14, 2018 : First reading, referred to Business & Financial Services (Not Officially read and referred until adoption of Introduction report).
All Versions: Introduced
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Proposing to extend indefinitely to forest harvesters a $5 tax credit per harvested green ton of forest derived biomass sold, transferred, or used for production of electricity, steam, heat, or biofuel.
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WAHB02251
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Concerning public facilities districts. Sponsor - Haler
Status: Dec 4, 2018 : Prefiled for introduction.
All Versions: Introduced | S
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AN ACT Relating to providing a sales and use tax exemption for the purchase or use of timber-felling equipment including (A)a self-propelled machine that is used primarily for severing trees and then placing the unprocessed trees in piles, such as a purpose-built feller buncher or an excavator or other base carrier onto which a felling head is mounted; and (B)A felling head used solely for severing, holding, and placing the severed trees in pile
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WASB05273
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Implementing the electronic filing of court documents in certain courts. Sponsor - Fain
Status: Jan 18, 2018 : First reading, referred to Law & Justice.
All Versions: Introduced
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The purpose of this chapter is to provide uniformity and consistency in the packaging of agricultural, vegetable, native, reclamation, and flower seeds so as to facilitate the interstate movement of seed, to protect consumers, and to provide a dispute-resolution process.
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WASB05904
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Concerning convicted persons. Sponsor - Braun
Status: Mar 22, 2018 : First reading, referred to Law & Justice.
All Versions: Introduced
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Proposed credit of $3-$5 per green ton of material used by public utilities converting to biomass.
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WASB06117
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Revising conditions under which juvenile court records may be sealed. Sponsor - Darneille
Status: Jan 5, 2018 : Prefiled for introduction.
All Versions: Introduced | S
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Specifies requirements for prohibiting persons from illegally trespassing on improved and unimproved land and requirements of notice to enforce privacy against trespass.
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WASB06121
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Siting of institutions of higher education and accompanying facilities. Sponsor - Honeyford
Status: Jan 5, 2018 : Prefiled for introduction.
All Versions: Introduced | S
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Requires the department of natural resources to implement a working forests and local mills support program to support domestic milling infrastructure.

Creates a working forest conservation easement program to avoid carbon emissions from the conversion of forest land to development and to maintain or enhance the carbon storage benefits of working private forest lands.

Provides a public utility tax credit to log transportation businesses and motor transportation businesses that transport agricultural products.

Provides a business and occupation tax credit to sawmills and planing mills that are subject to the tax and are registered to participate in the working forests and local mills support program.

Creates the carbon pollution reduction account.


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WASB06125
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Extending the expiration date of the department of ecology's authority to enter into voluntary regional agreements. Sponsor - Honeyford
Status: Jan 9, 2018 : First reading, referred to Agriculture, Water, Natural Resources & Parks.
All Versions: Introduced
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Allocating $18 million supplemental funding for 2015 and same for FY 2016-17 state budget to alleviate harmful impact on communities and wildlife areas estimated to be less than 75 percent of normal water supplies as a result of natural water drought.
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WASB06131
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Providing a tuition waiver for state residents who are members of a federally recognized Indian tribe. Sponsor - McCoy
Status: Jan 9, 2018 : First reading, referred to Higher Education & Workforce Development.
All Versions: Introduced
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See WAHB01472
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