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2008 Session
Bills tracked by Washington State Universityfollowing adjournment of the Washington Legislature.

The governor is now considering legislation passed during the 2008 session. This bill status includes the governor’s bill actions.This web page is printer-friendly.

March 25, 2008

Bills following adjournment.
2008 Session
Bills tracked by Washington State Universityafter the deadline for  bills to each house of the Legislature in some form.

 The deadline was 5 p.m., March 7,  for bills to pass each house of the Legislature in some form. Legislators will now spend the final week attempting to reconcile differences between House-passed and Senate-passed versions of bills. This web page is printer-friendly.

March 10, 2008

Bills after cut-off to pass the House and the Senate in some form.
2008 Session
Bills tracked by Washington State Universityafter the deadline for  bills to pass the policy committee of the opposite house.

 The deadline was Feb. 29 for bills to pass out of the policy committee of the opposite house (For instance, House bills must pass the Senate Higher Education Committee, Senate bills must pass House Higher Education.) This web page is printer-friendly.

March 3, 2008

Bills after cut-off to pass the policy committee of the opposite house.
2008 Session
Bills tracked by Washington State Universityafter the deadline for  bills with fiscal impact to pass the floor of the House of origin.

 The deadline is Feb. 19 for bills with a fiscal impact to pass out of the fiscal committee in the original house (For instance, House bills must pass the Appropriations Committee, Senate bills must pass Ways and Means.) This web page is printer-friendly.

Feburary 19, 2008

Bills after cut-off to pass the floor of the original house.
2008 Session
Bills tracked by Washington State Universityafter the deadline for  bills with fiscal impact to pass out of a fiscal committee in the original house.

 The deadline was Feb. 11 for bills with a fiscal impact to pass out of the fiscal committee in the original house (For instance, House bills must pass the Appropriations Committee, Senate bills must pass Ways and Means.) This web page is printer-friendly.

Feburary 11, 2008

Bills after Fiscal Cut-off
2008 Session
Bills tracked by Washington State Universityafter the deadline for policy bills to pass out of the original committee.

 These are bills potentially impacting Washington State University that are being tracked in the 2008 Legislative session. This web page is printer-friendly.

Feburary 8, 2008

Bills after First Cut-off
2008 Session
Bills tracked by Washington State Universityat the beginning of the 2008 Legislative session.

 These are bills potentially impacting Washington State University that are being tracked in the 2008 Legislative session. This web page is printer-friendly.

Feburary 4, 2008

2008 Bills introduced
2007 Session
FINAL SHORT LIST
Top 40 bills tracked by Washington State University that passed the Legislature during the 105-day session that became law.  

 This is the final outcome of bills tracked by WSU in the 2007 Legislative session that are codified into law. The list includes actions by the governor following the session, links to partial veto messages, effective dates of new laws and links to bill digests, amendments, roll calls, reports and actual bill language. The session ended April 22 and reflects governor’s actions up to May 15. It also includes official WSU positions on the legislation.

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May 30, 2007

2007 Final Actions
Bills That Become Law
2007 Session
FINAL LONG LIST
Status and summary of
bills tracked by Washington State University

after the Legislature ends its 105-day session
and the governor considers the legislation.

This status tracks bill actions by the governor following the 2007 Legislative session that ended April 22. The list includes bills that passed the Legislature and became law… and bills that were unsuccessful in this session, most eligible for consideration in 2008.

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