Bills that have passed both chambers; Nurse Licensure Compact to get work session

Sunday, April 11, marked the final cutoff before the end of the 2021 legislative session, when all bills were required to pass through the opposite chamber... Read More >>

Inside Olympia: Bills still alive after opposite chamber fiscal committee cutoff

Sunday, April 11, marks the final cutoff before the end of session, when all bills must pass their opposite chamber... Read More >>

Bills still alive after opposite chamber committee cutoff (excluding fiscal committees)

Friday, April 2, marks the cutoff for fiscal committees in the opposite chamber, and floor action in the opposite chamber will follow... Read More >>

House releases its proposed 2021-23 operating budget

The House developed its budget proposal under a similar fiscal outlook as the Senate – a promising revenue forecast and an expected $7.7 billion in federal money under the American Recovery Plan Act.... Read More >>

Senate releases its proposed 2021-23 operating budget

A positive outlook is certainly reflected in the Senate’s $59.2 billion budget proposal. The House budget proposal will be released tomorrow... Read More >>

Inside Olympia: Emergency health care waivers to get hearing this week

Friday, March 26, marks the next cutoff of session, when bills will need to advance from all committees in the opposite chamber except for fiscal committees. At the end of this week, we also expect to see the draft Senate and House budgets. Stay tuned for more information from Inside Olympia... Read More >>

A collection of hearings on high-priority bills

There are a variety of hearings this week on important bills. The next cutoff is Friday, March 26... Read More >>

Bills still alive after chamber-of-origin cutoff

Tuesday, March 9, was the cutoff for when all bills were required to pass through their chamber of origin to continue advancing. The next cutoff is Friday, March 26... Read More >>

High-priority bills continuing to advance approaching chamber of origin cutoff

Tuesday, March 9, marks the next cutoff of session, when all bills must pass through their chamber of origin to continue advancing... Read More >>

Liability protection bill passes the Senate

We are pleased to report that SSB 5271, which provides liability protections for providers responding to COVID-19, has passed the Senate... Read More >>

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