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 15, 2023 - Wednesday 38TH DAY
SB 5744 By Senator Valdez

Concerning plumbing supervision.

Referred to Committee on LABOR & COMMERCE.

SB 5745 By Senators Rivers, Schoesler, Torres, Wilson, L., Gildon, Wilson, J., Short, Muzzall, McCune, Boehnke, Warnick, Braun, Holy, MacEwen, Wagoner, Dozier and Padden

Concerning the use of a stolen firearm.

Referred to Committee on LAW & JUSTICE.


SHB 1043 By House Committee on Housing (originally sponsored by Representatives McEntire, Leavitt and Walsh)

Concerning association records in common interest communities.

Referred to Committee on LAW & JUSTICE.

SHB 1060 By House Committee on Consumer Protection & Business (originally sponsored by Representatives Corry, Berry, Walen and Reeves)

Concerning reorganization of domestic mutual insurers.


HB 1146 By Representatives Paul, Steele, Ramel, Taylor, Callan, Rude, Timmons, Chopp, Lekanoff, Duerr, Ramos, Shavers, Stonier, Pollet, Santos, Riccelli and Ormsby

Notifying high school students and their families about available dual credit programs and any available financial assistance.

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

HB 1345 By Representatives Farivar, Senn, Simmons, Bateman, Lekanoff, Pollet, Fosse and Davis; by request of Department of Corrections

Concerning the contribution to costs of privileges by incarcerated individuals.

Referred to Committee on HUMAN SERVICES.

HB 1471 By Representatives Stearns, Ramos, Gregerson and Ryu; by request of Department of Enterprise Services

Modifying state procurement procedures for competitive, sole source, convenience, and emergency goods and services contracts.

Referred to Committee on STATE GOVERNMENT & ELECTIONS.

HB 1481 By Representatives Cortes, Stearns, Chopp, Chapman, Peterson, Jacobsen, Ramel, Orwall, Ormsby, Reeves, Senn, Leavitt, Ortiz-Self, Taylor, Bergquist and Pollet

Permitting general authority peace officers certificated by the criminal justice training commission and employed on a full-time basis by the government of a federally recognized tribe to participate in the law enforcement officers' and firefighters' retirement system plan 2.

Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

HB 1657 By Representatives Street, Cheney, Simmons, Taylor, Ormsby and Hutchins

Authorizing justices, judges, and judicial officers of federal courts to solemnize marriages.

Referred to Committee on LAW & JUSTICE.