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Proposed Washington Gun Law HB2519

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Legislation Overview

Title: Concerning concealed pistol license eligibility requirements.

Description: Concerning concealed pistol license eligibility requirements.

Session: 2017-2018 Regular Session

Last Action: Effective date 6/7/2018.

Last Action Date: March 22, 2018

Sponsors

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7 sponsors: John Lovick (D); Dave Hayes (R); Roger Goodman (D); Bradley Klippert (R); Sherry Appleton (D); Michael Sells (D); June Robinson (D);

Percentage of House Of Representatives sponsoring bill: 7% (7 of 98)

History
Chamber Date Action
House Mar 22, 2018 Chapter 226, 2018 Laws.
House Mar 22, 2018 Governor signed.
House Mar 22, 2018 Effective date 6/7/2018.
House Mar 8, 2018 Speaker signed.
Senate Mar 8, 2018 Passed final passage as recommended by conference committee; yeas, 37; nays, 11; absent, 1; excused, 0.
Senate Mar 8, 2018 Conference committee report adopted.
House Mar 8, 2018 Delivered to Governor.
Senate Mar 8, 2018 President signed.
Senate Mar 7, 2018 Senate insists on its position and asks House for a conference.
House Mar 7, 2018 Passed final passage as recommended by conference committee; yeas, 69; nays, 28; absent, 0; excused, 1.
House Mar 7, 2018 Conference committee report adopted.
House Mar 7, 2018 Conference committee report; received 5:40 PM 3/7/2018.
Senate Mar 7, 2018 Conference committee report; received 5:30 PM 3/7/2018.
House Mar 7, 2018 Conference committee appointed. Representatives Jinkins, Lovick, Taylor.
House Mar 7, 2018 Conference committee request granted.
Senate Mar 7, 2018 Conference committee appointed. Senators Pedersen, Padden, Dhingra.
House Mar 6, 2018 House refuses to concur in Senate amendments. Asks Senate to recede from amendments.
Senate Mar 2, 2018 Rules suspended. Placed on Third Reading.
Senate Mar 2, 2018 Committee amendment
Senate Mar 2, 2018 Third reading, passed; yeas, 44; nays, 4; absent, 0; excused, 1.
Senate Feb 27, 2018 Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
Senate Feb 23, 2018 Passed to Rules Committee for second reading.
Senate Feb 22, 2018 Minority; do not pass.
Senate Feb 22, 2018 LAW - Majority; do pass with amendment
Senate Feb 22, 2018 Executive action taken in the Senate Committee on Law & Justice at 10:00 AM.
Senate Feb 20, 2018 Public hearing in the Senate Committee on Law & Justice at 10:00 AM.
Senate Feb 16, 2018 First reading, referred to Law & Justice.
House Feb 14, 2018 Rules suspended. Placed on Third Reading.
House Feb 14, 2018 Third reading, passed; yeas, 94; nays, 4; absent, 0; excused, 0.
House Feb 14, 2018 Floor amendment
House Feb 6, 2018 Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
House Feb 2, 2018 Referred to Rules 2 Review.
House Feb 1, 2018 JUDI - Majority; do pass.
House Feb 1, 2018 Minority; do not pass.
House Feb 1, 2018 Executive action taken in the House Committee on Judiciary at 1:30 PM.
House Jan 25, 2018 Public hearing in the House Committee on Judiciary at 1:30 PM.
House Jan 10, 2018 First reading, referred to Judiciary
Texts
Type Date State Link Text
Chaptered Apr 3, 2018 state link bill text
Enrolled Mar 8, 2018 state link bill text
Engrossed Feb 15, 2018 state link bill text
Introduced Jan 9, 2018 state link bill text
Amendments
Title Description Date State Link Text Adopted
There are no amendments to this bill at this time
Votes

House Final Passage

Senate Final Passage as Amended by the Senate

House Final Passage as recommended by the Conference Committee

Senate Final Passage as Recommended by Conference Committee

Link: link to state bill page

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