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AWC Priority Bill # Descriptive Title Issue Area Status
Major SB 5887 Reconciling medical and recreational marijuana markets and providing revenue sharing for local governments Law & Justice DEAD
Major HB 2144 Provides revenue sharing for local governments from retail marijuana sales Law & Justice DEAD
Major HB 2244 Restoring resources to the Public Works Assistance Account beginning with the 2015-2017 biennium Infrastructure, Economic Development, & Transportation DEAD
Major HB 2314 Restoring local liquor revenue sharing State Budget DEAD
Major SB 6361 Restoring local liquor revenue sharing State Budget DEAD
Other significant issue HB 2497 Providing local funding for costs associated with new indigent defense standards Law & Justice DEAD
Other significant issue SB 6249 Providing local funding for costs associated with new indigent defense standards Law & Justice DEAD
Other significant issue HB 2155 Preventing theft of alcoholic spirits from licensed retailers Law & Justice LAW
Other significant issue HB 1037 Cost recovery for commercial public records requests General Government DEAD
Endorse SB 5964 Mandatory public records training General Government LAW
Endorse HB 2121 Mandatory public records training General Government DEAD
Strongly defend against SB 6008 Requiring voter approval of assumptions of water-sewer districts by cities and towns; Infrastructure, Economic Development, & Transportation DEAD
Strongly defend against HB 2677 Requiring cities to allow for deferral of impact fee payments Land Use & Housing DEAD
Monitor HB 2428 EMS levy approvals Municipal Finance DEAD
Monitor HB 1287 Tribal property tax exemption Municipal Finance LAW
Monitor HB 1413 Washington Voting Rights Act General Government DEAD
Monitor SB 5697 Reducing the frequency of local sales tax changes Municipal Finance DEAD
Monitor HB 2105 Requiring web posting of regular meeting agendas General Government LAW

 

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Significant positive impacts to cities – actively seeking passage.

Harmful to cities – actively working against.

Potential impacts to cities – watching closely, no formal position.

Generally positive for cities – supportive, but not actively seeking passage.

Important, secondary priorities – seeking passage.