Take Action on a Bill

Bills of Interest

Steps in the Bill Process

= Support

= Oppose

= Dead

  1. Introduce in House of Origin
  2. Assigned to Policy Committee
  3. Hearing Scheduled in Policy Committee
  4. Bill Passes/Fails in Policy Committee
  5. Assigned to Fiscal Committee
  6. Bill Passes/Fails in Fiscal Committee
  7. Assigned to Rules Committee
  8. Bill Passes/Fails in Rules Committee
  9. Bill Sent to House of Origin Floor
  10. Bill Passes/Fails in Floor Vote
  11. Assigned to Opp. Chamber Policy Committee
  12. Hearing Scheduled in Policy Committee
  13. Bill Passes/Fails in Policy Committee
  14. Assigned to Fiscal Committee
  15. Bill Passes/Fails in Fiscal Committee
  16. Assigned to Rules Committee
  17. Bill Passes/Fails in Rules Committee
  18. Bill Sent to Opposing Chamber Floor
  19. Bill Passes/Fails in Opposing Chamber
  20. Bill in Reconciliation
  21. Bill Reconciled; Sent to Governor
  22. Bill Signed/Vetoed by Governor

Click here for an explanation of the bill process in Washington State.  

Bills of interest will be listed here as they are introduced.  Legislative session begins January 9, 2017.

Bill descriptions will be located here.  Legislative session starts January 9th, 2017.


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Taking Action

Having the ability to take action on a bill we like or dislike is a great benefit of living in the United States.  Whether that involvement is a simple phone call or email being sent, or a trip to Olympia to testify in person, citizens have every right to make their voice heard on issues that matter to them.