Washington State Senate

Introduction and First Reading of
Bills, Memorials, Joint Resolutions and Concurrent Resolutions
2021 Regular Session of the 67th Legislature
DENNY HECK, President of the Senate KAREN KEISER, President Pro Tem
BRAD HENDRICKSON, Secretary of the Senate STEVE CONWAY, Vice President Pro Tem
STEVE HOBBS, Vice President Pro Tem

January 26, 2021 - Tuesday 16TH DAY
SB 5349 By Senators Cleveland and Padden

Creating a program for the consolidation of traffic-based financial obligations to facilitate reinstatement of driving privileges that are suspended because of failure to pay.

Referred to Committee on LAW & JUSTICE.

SB 5350 By Senator Honeyford

Extending certain aerospace tax preferences to include unmanned aircraft systems.


SB 5351 By Senators Frockt and Nobles

Concerning business interruption insurance claims.


SB 5352 By Senator Braun

Allowing new government employees the option of opting out of retirement system membership if the employee is age sixty or older when first hired, or when the employee's employer opts into retirement plan participation.

Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

SB 5353 By Senators Conway and Darneille

Creating a partnership model that facilitates community engagement with law enforcement.

Referred to Committee on LAW & JUSTICE.

SB 5354 By Senators SaldaƱa and King

Addressing traffic control in large cities.

Referred to Committee on TRANSPORTATION.

SB 5355 By Senator Conway

Establishing wage liens.

Referred to Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE & TRIBAL AFFAIRS.

SJR 8203 By Senator Wilson, J.

Proposing an amendment to the Constitution regarding term limits.

Referred to Committee on STATE GOVERNMENT & ELECTIONS.


SHB 1007 By House Committee on Health Care & Wellness (originally sponsored by Representatives Klippert, Slatter, Graham and Macri)

Concerning the completion of supervised experience through distance supervision.

Referred to Committee on HEALTH & LONG TERM CARE.

HB 1042 By Representatives Thai, Walen, Ortiz-Self, Lekanoff, Gregerson, Callan, Frame, Santos and Macri

Revising the international application of the uniform child custody jurisdiction and enforcement act to protect families from facing the death penalty in certain foreign jurisdictions on the basis of religious beliefs, political beliefs, or sexual orientation.

Referred to Committee on LAW & JUSTICE.

SHB 1095 By House Committee on Finance (originally sponsored by Representatives Walen, Boehnke, Ryu, Leavitt, Corry, Wicks, Tharinger, Ortiz-Self, Callan, Graham, Fey, Frame, Stokesbary, Orwall, Rule, Bergquist and Pollet; by request of Department of Revenue)

Concerning the taxation of governmental financial assistance programs addressing the impacts of conditions giving rise to a gubernatorial or presidential emergency proclamation by creating state business and occupation tax and state public utility tax exemptions, a sales and use tax exemption for the receipt of such financial assistance, and clarifying the sales and use tax obligations for goods and services purchased by recipients of such financial assistance.

Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.