Washington Bills

sponsored by Tana Senn

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
HB 1714 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Allowing school districts to apply for financial literacy education professional development grants.
Feb 01 2023 By Resolution, Returned To House Rules Committee For Third Reading.
Mar 07 2024
HB 1945 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Streamlining and enhancing program access for persons eligible for food assistance.
Dec 14 2023 Speaker Signed.
Mar 06 2024
HB 2044 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Standardizing limitations on voter-approved property tax levies.
Dec 26 2023 Delivered To Governor. (View Bill As Passed Legislature)
Mar 05 2024
HB 2021 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Concerning the disposition of privately owned firearms in the custody of state or local government entities or law enforcement agencies.
Dec 22 2023 Delivered To Governor. (View Bill As Passed Legislature)
Mar 05 2024
HB 1205 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Responsibility for providing service by publication of a summons or notice in dependency and termination of parental rights cases.
Jan 10 2023 Passed Final Passage; Yeas, 95; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 2. (View Roll Calls)
Mar 05 2024
HB 2004 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Providing early registration at institutions of higher education for military students.
Dec 21 2023 Delivered To Governor. (View Bill As Passed Legislature)
Mar 05 2024
HB 2195 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Strengthening the early learning facilities grant and loan program by revising criteria and providing resources to the Ruth LeCocq Kagi early learning facilities development account.
Jan 09 2024 Passed Final Passage; Yeas, 95; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 2. (View Roll Calls)
Mar 05 2024
HB 1946 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Creating the Washington health corps behavioral health scholarship program.
Dec 14 2023 Delivered To Governor. (View Bill As Passed Legislature)
Mar 05 2024
HB 1368 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Requiring and funding the purchase of zero emission school buses.
Jan 17 2023 Passed Final Passage; Yeas, 58; Nays, 38; Absent, 0; Excused, 1. (View Roll Calls)
Mar 05 2024
HB 2124 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Supporting and expanding access to child care and early learning programs.
Jan 04 2024 Passed Final Passage; Yeas, 86; Nays, 7; Absent, 0; Excused, 4. (View Roll Calls)
Mar 05 2024
HB 2007 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Expanding time limit exemptions applicable to cash assistance programs.
Dec 21 2023 Passed Final Passage; Yeas, 79; Nays, 17; Absent, 0; Excused, 1. (View Roll Calls)
Mar 05 2024
HB 2118 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Protecting the public from gun violence by establishing additional requirements for the business operations of licensed firearms dealers.
Jan 04 2024 Passed Final Passage; Yeas, 56; Nays, 39; Absent, 0; Excused, 2. (View Roll Calls)
Mar 05 2024
HB 2494 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Increasing state funding for operating costs in schools.
Feb 05 2024 Passed Final Passage; Yeas, 93; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 4. (View Roll Calls)
Mar 05 2024
HB 1248 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Concerning pupil transportation.
Jan 12 2023 Passed Final Passage; Yeas, 57; Nays, 37; Absent, 0; Excused, 3. (View Roll Calls)
Mar 05 2024
HB 2115 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Concerning prescription labels for medications used for abortion.
Jan 03 2024 Speaker Signed.
Mar 05 2024
HB 1915 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Making financial education instruction a graduation prerequisite and a required component of public education.
Dec 08 2023 Senate Insists On Its Position And Asks House To Concur.
Mar 05 2024
HB 1957 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Preserving coverage of preventive services without cost sharing.
Dec 15 2023 Speaker Signed.
Mar 05 2024
HB 1903 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Reporting lost or stolen firearms.
Dec 06 2023 Speaker Signed.
Mar 05 2024
HB 2209 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Celebrating lunar new year.
Jan 09 2024 Delivered To Governor. (View Bill As Passed Legislature)
Mar 04 2024
HB 2217 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
Concerning authority over individuals found guilty of or accused of criminal offenses that occurred when the individual was under age 18.
Jan 09 2024 Delivered To Governor. (View Bill As Passed Legislature)
Mar 04 2024

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