Senate State Government, Tribal Relations & Elections Committee

439A J.A. Cherberg Bldg., P.O. Box 40466, Olympia, WA 98504-0466
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The Senate State Government Committee considers issues related to the processes of state government, including procurement standards, agency rulemaking, and emergency management.  The committee also considers issues relating to veterans, tribal issues, elections, campaign finance, public disclosure and ethics in government.

(Please note: This general description should not be considered the definitive listing of issues considered by this committee.)

Committee Meeting Documents/Electronic Bill Book (EBB)

Copies of draft bills, proposed substitute bills, or striking amendments scheduled for public hearings:

​Public Hearing​Proposed SubstitutePSSCR 8403
1/10/18
​Naming the 1063 Building the "Helen Sommers Building." SCR 8403
​Public Hearing​Proposed SubstitutePSSB 5108
1/12/18
​Concerning contributions from political committees to other political committees. SB 5108
​Public Hearing​Proposed SubstitutePSSB 6006
1/12/18
​Concerning powers to waive statutory obligations or limitations during a state of emergency. SB 6006
​Public Hearing​Proposed SubstitutePSSB 5780
1/17/18
​Making provisions to commemorate the centennial of national women's suffrage. SB 5780
​Public Hearing​Proposed SubstitutePSSB 5295
1/17/18
​Adding the use of shared leave for employees who are sick or temporarily disabled because of pregnancy disability or for the purposes of parental leave to bond with the employee's newborn, adoptive, or foster child. SB 5295
​Public Hearing​Proposed SubstitutePSSB 5386
1/19/18
​Strengthening the initiative process by providing for more comprehensive review before initiatives receive ballot titles. SB 5386
​Public Hearing ​Proposed Substitute

PSSB 5746
1/19/18

​Concerning the association of Washington generals. SB 5746


Reports and Publications

Recent Reports and Publications

Archived Reports and Publications


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