House Consumer Protection & Business Committee

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​ John L. O'Brien, P.O. Box 40600, Olympia, WA 98504-0600 ​
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The House Consumer Protection & Business Committee considers consumer protection issues and the licensing and regulation of businesses and professions (except for health care and law-related professions). The committee also considers issues relating to the activities of the Office of the Insurance Commissioner and the Pollution Liability Insurance Agency; the solvency of insurance companies; and the rates and practices of insurance companies. Financial services issues include the safety and soundness of state banks and credit unions; the regulation of consumer credit and lending; and the regulation of securities and investments.

(Please note: This is a general description of issue areas considered by committees; not a definitive or exhaustive listing. It is provided solely to assist the public in understanding the general roles of House committees.)


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