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Governor Jay Inslee Bill Signing

Governor Jay Inslee takes action on the following legislation at the State Capitol to sign the following bills:

SHB 1047 – Relating to the use of toxic chemicals in cosmetic products.

HB 1066 – Relating to making technical corrections and removing obsolete language from the Revised Code of Washington pursuant to RCW 1.08.025.

HB 1112 – Relating to imposing criminal penalties for negligent driving involving the death of a vulnerable user victim.

SSHB 1477 – Relating to making changes to the working families’ tax credit that clarify program qualification requirements, allow applications to be submitted for up to three years, and require a biennial program report from the department of revenue.

ESHB 1498 – Relating to aviation assurance funding in response to wildland fires.

ESHB 1533 – Relating to exempting the disclosure of certain information of agency employees or their dependents who are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, harassment, or stalking.

SHB 1638 – Relating to the creation of a state trooper expedited recruitment incentive program.

ESHB 1678 – Relating to establishing and authorizing the profession of dental therapy to practice in federally qualified health centers and look-alikes.

HB 1696 – Relating to stalking-related offenses.

ESSHB – Relating to enacting comprehensive protections for victims of domestic violence and other violence involving family members or intimate partners.

ESHB 1791 – Relating to studying the need for increased commercial aviation services.

EHB 1797 – Relating to residential real estate appraisers being allowed to complete real property evaluations.

SB 5104 – Relating to surveying Puget Sound marine shoreline habitat.

ESSSB 5112 – Relating to updating processes related to voter registration.

SSSB 5134 – Relating to reentry services and supports.

ESSB 5186 – Relating to requiring antidiscrimination clauses in public contracting.

SSSB 5555 – Relating to addressing the behavioral health workforce shortage and expanding access to peer services by creating the profession of certified peer specialists.

NOTE: Order of bills is subject to change.