Legislative Action Center

Weekly Call to Action

The 2023 legislative session started on January 9th. We will post the bills below that we need your help with! All you have to do is go to the sign in links below, select your position from the drop down, “pro” or “con” and submit registration.

You can also text “BIAW” to 50457 to sign up for text message action alerts. Save (360) 215-8655 as BIAW in your contact list.

Friday, January 27

10:30 AM Senate Housing 

SB 5386 - Reducing administrative complexity by increasing transparency of revenue flows for activities funded by document recording fees. 

Sign in CON 


 

10:30 AM House Labor 

HB 1217 - Concerning wage complaints.  

Sign in CON 

Monday, January 30

1:30 PM House Housing 

HB 1252 - Concerning impact fee deferrals.  

Sign in PRO  

 

HB 1293 - Streamlining development regulations.  

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HB 1401 - Allowing cities and counties to create a simple, standardized housing permit process for affordable housing units in areas designated for housing. 

Sign in PRO  

Tuesday, January 31

8:00 AM Senate Local Government 

SB 5466 - Promoting transit-oriented development. 

Sign in PRO    


10:30 AM House Labor 

HB 1323 - Requiring a training and certification program for individuals who apply fire-resistant materials.  

Sign in CON 

 

HB 1393 - Concerning the requirements to obtain a journey level electrician certificate of competency.  

Sign in PRO  


10:30 AM House Local Government  

HB 1449 - Amending reporting requirements for the project permit application processing timeline.  

Sign in PRO 

 

HB 1468 - Concerning impact fee deferrals 

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HB 1476 - Concerning allowing the use of impact fees for law enforcement.  

Sign in CON 

Wednesday, February 1

8:00 AM House Labor 

HB 1458 - Concerning unemployment insurance benefits for apprenticeship program participants.  

Sign in CON 


8:00 AM House Local Government  

HB 1402 - Adjusting urban growth boundaries to account for situations where property owners have not developed property as expected in comprehensive plans and development regulations.  

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HB 1403 - Making it possible for more properties to have access to water, storm drains, and sanitary sewage systems.  

Sign in PRO 

Thursday, February 2

10:30 AM Senate Local Government  

SB 5456 - Prohibiting the imposition of minimum parking requirements except under certain circumstances.  

Sign in PRO