This publication includes digest and history for bills, joint memorials, joint resolutions, concurrent resolutions, initiatives, and substitutes. Engrossed measures may be republished if the amendment makes a substantive change.
Electronic versions of Legislative Digests are available at http://apps.leg.wa.gov/billinfo/digests.aspx?year=2015.
by Representatives Shea, Scott, Taylor, G. Hunt, Condotta, McCaslin, Young, and Wilson
Protecting the constitutionally guaranteed right to the lawful possession of firearms during an emergency.
Allows the lawful possession of firearms during an emergency.
by Representatives Shea, Taylor, G. Hunt, Condotta, Scott, Young, and McCaslin
Concerning the use of surplus federal property transferred to local law enforcement agencies.
Addresses the 1033 program which allows local law enforcement agencies to obtain surplus federal property, including aircraft, armored vehicles, automatic weapons, and night vision equipment originally intended for use by the United States armed forces.Establishes a system of local oversight for county and municipal law enforcement agencies that participate in and acquire equipment through the 1033 program and guidelines for the use of this equipment by those entities.
by Representatives Shea, Young, Taylor, Condotta, Scott, G. Hunt, and McCaslin
Creating the defend the guard act.
Establishes the defend the guard act.Prohibits the Washington state guard from being released from the state into active duty combat unless the United States congress has passed an official declaration of war or has taken an official action to explicitly call forth the state militia to execute the laws of the union, repel an invasion, or suppress an insurrection.
by Representatives Young, G. Hunt, Shea, Taylor, Scott, Condotta, McCaslin, and Wilson
Requiring agreements between state agencies and the federal government to be reported to the legislature.
Requires state agencies to submit a written report to the speaker and minority leader of the house of representatives, the majority and minority leaders of the senate, and the governor, providing a comprehensive, detailed description of every agreement between the agency and the federal government.
by Representative Klippert
Adding the crime of commercial sexual abuse of a minor to the list of crimes in detaining defendants pending sentencing.
Adds the crime of commercial sexual abuse of a minor to the list of crimes in detaining defendants pending sentencing.
by Representative Klippert
Changing the commercial sexual abuse of a minor statute so that it includes attempting to engage in sexual conduct with a minor for a fee and the person guilty had reasonable belief the victim was a minor.
Changes the crime of commercial sexual abuse of a minor to include attempting to engage in sexual conduct with a minor for a fee when the person had reasonable belief the victim was a minor.
by Senator Hill; by request of Office of Financial Management
Concerning accident report record fees and surcharges.
Imposes a six-dollar surcharge on each accident report record request to fund the justice information data exchange.