Washington State Senate

Introduction and First Reading of
Bills, Memorials, Joint Resolutions and Concurrent Resolutions
2023 Regular Session of the 68th Legislature
DENNY HECK, President of the Senate KAREN KEISER, President Pro Tem
SARAH BANNISTER, Secretary of the Senate JOHN LOVICK, Vice President Pro Tem

February 8, 2023 - Wednesday 31ST DAY
SB 5723 By Senators Valdez and Kuderer

Giving cities and towns the freedom to switch their general elections to even-numbered years.

Referred to Committee on STATE GOVERNMENT & ELECTIONS.

SB 5724 By Senators Van De Wege and Boehnke; by request of Washington State Patrol

Concerning the director of fire protection's administration and reimbursement of fire service-related training programs.

Referred to Committee on STATE GOVERNMENT & ELECTIONS.

SB 5725 By Senator Keiser

Clarifying the application of the industrial welfare act and minimum wage act to airline cabin crews.

Referred to Committee on LABOR & COMMERCE.

SB 5726 By Senator King

Concerning the prevailing wages and sick leave benefits for construction workers.

Referred to Committee on LABOR & COMMERCE.

SB 5727 By Senator Trudeau

Providing protections for consumers engaging with common interest communities.

Referred to Committee on LAW & JUSTICE.

SB 5728 By Senators Dozier and Schoesler

Developing a process to implement exemptions for certain fuels under the climate commitment act.

Referred to Committee on ENVIRONMENT, ENERGY & TECHNOLOGY.


HB 1008 By Representatives Bronoske, Simmons, Goodman, Leavitt, Bateman, Lekanoff, Callan, Kloba, Santos, Ormsby and Fosse

Concerning participating in insurance plans and contracts by separated plan 2 members of certain retirement systems.

Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

HB 1054 By Representatives Walen, Simmons, Ryu, Bateman, Ramel, Doglio, Macri, Gregerson, Springer, Thai, Kloba and Donaghy

Addressing the authority of owners' associations in common interest communities to regulate or limit occupancy by unrelated persons.

Referred to Committee on LAW & JUSTICE.

SHB 1056 By House Committee on Appropriations (originally sponsored by Representatives Stokesbary, Fitzgibbon, Leavitt, Simmons, Lekanoff, Rule, Griffey, Macri, Bergquist, Wylie and Ormsby; by request of Select Committee on Pension Policy)

Repealing some postretirement employment restrictions.

Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

HB 1066 By Representatives Goodman, Abbarno, Simmons and Kloba; by request of Statute Law Committee

Making technical corrections and removing obsolete language from the Revised Code of Washington pursuant to RCW 1.08.025.

Referred to Committee on LAW & JUSTICE.

SHB 1069 By House Committee on Postsecondary Education & Workforce (originally sponsored by Representatives Leavitt, Harris, Riccelli, Simmons, Barkis, Slatter, Ryu, Bateman, Rude, Schmidt, Rule, Goodman, Ybarra, Callan, Doglio, Orwall, Macri, Caldier, Senn, Tharinger, Bronoske, Gregerson, Paul, Wylie, Stonier, Kloba, Ormsby and Farivar)

Adopting the mental health counselor compact.

Referred to Committee on HEALTH & LONG TERM CARE.

EHB 1086 By Representatives Shavers, Ryu, Ramel, Lekanoff, Callan, Simmons, Timmons, Thai, Paul, Santos, Ormsby and Tharinger

Increasing local governments' ability to contract with community service organizations.


SHB 1113 By House Committee on Education (originally sponsored by Representatives Harris, Santos and Stonier)

Reviewing reprimands for professional educators.

Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K-12 EDUCATION.

SHB 1213 By House Committee on Environment & Energy (originally sponsored by Representatives Ybarra, Fitzgibbon, Ramel, Doglio and Macri)

Concerning compliance with labeling requirements for wipes.

Referred to Committee on ENVIRONMENT, ENERGY & TECHNOLOGY.