- HB 1711: Providing a sales and use tax exemption related to internet and telecommunications infrastructure projects involving a federally recognized Indian tribe.
- HB 1628: Increasing the supply of affordable housing by modifying the state and local real estate excise tax.
- HB 1815: Creating a business and occupation tax deduction and increasing the tax rate for persons conducting payment card processing activities.
- HB 1812: Continuing the business and occupation tax deduction for federal funds received from a medicaid transformation or demonstration project or medicaid quality improvement program or standard.
- HB 1764: Establishing a method of valuing asphalt and aggregate used in public road construction for purposes of taxation.
- HB 1742: Concerning nontax statutes administered by the department of revenue.
- SHB 1681: Concerning problem gambling.
- HB 1663: Allowing functionally consolidated port districts to adopt a unified levy.
- SHB 1494: Concerning collection of assessments for irrigation and rehabilitation districts.
- HB 1254: Clarifying ambiguities in statutory provisions administered by the department of revenue relating to periodic adjustments.
- SHB 1425: Facilitating municipal annexations.
- HB 1355: Updating property tax exemptions for service-connected disabled veterans and senior citizens.
- HB 1561: Increasing the public utility tax exemption threshold and annually adjusting the threshold for inflation.
- HB 1670: Raising the limit factor for property taxes.
- HB 1453: Providing a tax exemption for medical cannabis patients.
- HB 1573: Extending tax preferences for dairy, fruit and vegetable, and seafood processors.
- HB 1422: Clarifying that certain reusable packing materials are exempt from sales and use tax.
- SHB 1182: Providing a tax exemption for the first 20,000 gallons of wine sold by a winery in Washington.