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From Olympia, TVW publishes a 90-second daily recap of a legislative event every weekday during the Washington state legislative session. For a full recap of the legislature's activities visit https://www.tvw.org/shows/legislative-review.

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From Olympia, TVW publishes a 90-second daily recap of a legislative event every weekday during the Washington state legislative session. For a full recap of the legislature's activities visit https://www.tvw.org/shows/legislative-review.

    Legislative Update from January 12, 2022

    Legislative Update from January 12, 2022

    The House Civil Rights and Judiciary committee held a work session on HB1618.

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    Legislative Update from January 10, 2022

    Legislative Update from January 10, 2022

    The Washington state legislature begins the 2022 session. The 2022 legislative session is being held remotely dues to Covid restrictions.

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    Legislative Update from January 11, 2022

    Legislative Update from January 11, 2022

    Governor Jay Inslee gave his State-of-the-State address and Sen. Chris Gildon of Puyallup gave the Republican response.

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    Legislative Update from April 23, 2021

    Legislative Update from April 23, 2021

    The House also voted on the concurrence of several bills that have been amended by the senate thursday. One of them was House Bill 1168, which aims to reduce wildfires and improve long-term forest health.

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    Legislative Update from April 22, 2021

    Legislative Update from April 22, 2021

    In the afternoon of April 21st, the House convened for a floor debate on the highly-contentious capital gains tax bill. SB 5096 aims to impose a 7% tax on the sales of high-valued assets, such as stocks and bonds--with profits in excess of $250,000. The tax will fund child care and education in the state. Exempt from the tax are retirement funds, all real estate, agricultural resources such as farmland, livestock and timber; as well as qualified family-owned businesses, among others.

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    Legislative Update from April 21, 2021

    Legislative Update from April 21, 2021

    The House Appropriations Committee convened for an executive session Wednesday, April 21, to go over the highly-contentious Senate Bill 5476; also known as the “Blake Bill”. The bill addresses the Washington State Supreme Court's " State v. Blake" ruling that decriminalizes personal possession of certain amounts of drugs.

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