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HB 1010
DocsForfeited firearms/WSPH Prefiled12/5/2018SennRevises firearms and dangerous weapon provisions regarding the Washington state patrol having the option to destroy a forfeited firearm.
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HB 1021
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Governor's security funding
H Prefiled12/5/2018WalshFinds that an increase in the governor's out-of-state travel for campaign-related or other nonstate business purposes is causing a budget shortfall in the funding for the executive protection unit in the Washington state patrol. Creates the governor's nonstate business travel reimbursement account to which private contributions can be made to offset the extra protection and security costs as a result of the out-of-state travel. Declares an intent, to the extent private contributions do not cover the extra costs, to reduce appropriations to the governor's office and increase appropriations to the Washington state patrol by the amount of the uncovered extra costs.
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HB 1022
DocsPistol sales databaseH Prefiled12/6/2018WalshProhibits the department of licensing from keeping copies or records of applications to purchase pistols or pistol transfers or sales. Requires the department of licensing to eliminate copies or records of pistol purchase applications or pistol sales or transfers from databases maintained by the department.
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HB 1024
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Firearm owners database
H Prefiled12/6/2018WalshProhibits the department of licensing from keeping copies or records of applications to purchase pistols or pistol transfers. Requires the department to eliminate copies or records of pistol purchase applications or pistol transfers from databases maintained by the department.
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HB 1030
DocsFalse legislative testimonyH State Govt & T1/14/2019Walsh
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HB 1032
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Initiative amendatory format
H State Govt & T1/14/2019WalshAuthorizes private schools and the board of directors of a school district to adopt a written policy authorizing permanent employees of the private school or a school located within the school district to possess firearms on school grounds.
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HB 1035
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School resource officers
H Approps1/14/2019Valdez
SB 5062(S Prefiled)
Prohibits a person from manufacturing, possessing, distributing, importing, transferring, selling, offering to sell, or purchasing a large capacity magazine. Defines "large capacity magazine" as an ammunition feeding device with the capacity to accept more than ten rounds of ammunition.
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HB 1038
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Firearms/school employees
H Prefiled12/10/2018Valdez
SB 5061(S Prefiled)
Prohibits a person from knowingly or recklessly allowing, facilitating, aiding, or abetting the manufacture or assembly of an undetectable firearm or untraceable firearm. Prohibits a person from discharging, or menacing or threatening another person, in the commission or furtherance of a felony, with an undetectable firearm or untraceable firearm. Declares undetectable firearms and untraceable firearms as contraband and subjects them to seizure.
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HB 1045
DocsGray wolves/lethal removalH RDev, Ag&NR1/14/2019Appleton
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HB 1046
DocsHunting with the aid of dogsH RDev, Ag&NR1/14/2019Appleton
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HB 1063
DocsPrimary elections/age 17H State Govt & T1/14/2019Bergquist
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HB 1068
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High capacity magazines
H Prefiled12/24/2018WalshThe following acts or parts of acts are each repealed:

* Waiver of confidentiality
* Supplying information on persons purchasing pistols or applying for concealed pistol licenses
* Supplying information on the eligibility of persons to possess firearms, purchase a pistol or semiautomatic assault rifle, or be issued a concealed pistol license
*Initiative Measure No. 1639, approved November 6, 2018
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HB 1073
DocsdUndetectable firearmsH Prefiled12/31/2018WalshThe following acts or parts of acts are each repealed

* Unsafe storage of a firearm
* Firearm security and storage—Requirements for dealers
* Initiative Measure No. 1639, approved November 6, 2018
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HB 1097
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Firearms/health information
H Prefiled1/9/2019WalshRequires a legible copy of a proposed initiative, that is filed with the secretary of state, to be in the amendatory format required under RCW 29A.72.100. Requires the sponsor of the measure to accept the recommendations of the code reviser's office that directly relate to the required amendatory format. Authorizes the secretary of state to refuse to file a submitted petition if the proposed measure printed on the reverse side of the petition does not follow the required amendatory format.
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HB 1098
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Unsafe storage of firearms
H Prefiled1/9/2019WalshRequires the superintendent of public instruction to allocate state funding to school districts for one school resource officer on each school campus.
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HB 1157
DocsInitiatives/local optionsH State Govt & Tr1/16/2019Klippert
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HB 1203
DocsLost or stolen firearmsH Civil R & Judi1/16/2019Doglio
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HB 1230
DocsdDisabled hunters & fishersH RDev, Ag&NR1/17/2019Barkis
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HB 1253
DocsLaw enf. training timelineH Public Safety1/17/2019Kloba
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HB 1286
DocsdAssault weapons banH Civil R & Judi1/18/2019Peterson
SB 5340(S Law & Justice)
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HB 1315
DocsConcealed pistol trainingH Civil R & Judi1/18/2019Lovick
SB 5174(S Law & Justice)
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HB 1319
DocsFirearm open carry/local govH Civil R & Judi1/18/2019Wylie
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HB 1374
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Relating to local government authority to regulate firearms.
1/18/2019
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SHB 1064
DocsLaw enforcementH Approps1/17/2019Goodman
SB 5029(S Rules 2)
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HB1346
Preventing Lead Exposure in Young People
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