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How our legislators voted

Below are a number of bills that passed the Washington state Legislature during the recently completed session with split votes and not covered in our previous weekly reports from washingtonvotes.org.

 

 

House Bill 2304, An act relating to marijuana processing and retail license

Passed the House on March 13, 91-7

Rep. Steve Tharinger, (Sequim) Yes

Rep. Kevin Van De Wege, (Sequim) Yes

 

 

House Bill 2304, An act relating to marijuana processing and retail licenses

Passed the Senate on March 13, 42-7

Sen. James Hargrove (Hoquiam) Yes

 

 

Senate Bill 6505, An act clarifying that marijuana, useable marijuana, and marijuana-infused products are not agricultural products

Passed the Senate on March 4, 47-0

Sen. Hargrove  Yes

 

 

Senate Bill 6505, An act clarifying that marijuana, useable marijuana, and marijuana-infused products are not agricultural products

Passed the House on March 12, 55-42

Rep. Tharinger Yes

Rep. Van De Wege          Yes

 

 

House Bill 2246, An act relating to financing for stewardship of mercury-containing lights

Passed the House on Feb. 13, 56-41

Rep. Tharinger Yes

Rep. Van De Wege            Yes

 

 

House Bill 2246, An act relating to financing for stewardship of mercury-containing lights. Passed the Senate on March 7, 2014 by a vote of 31-18.

Sen. Hargrove  Yes

Senate Bill 5964, An act relating to training public officials and employees regarding public records, records management and open public meetings

Passed the Senate on Feb. 18, 45-2

Sen. Hargrove Yes

 

 

Senate Bill 5964, An act relating to training public officials and employees regarding public records, records management, and open public meetings

Passed the House on March 7, 66-31

Rep. Tharinger Yes

Rep. Van De Wege           Yes

 

 

Senate Bill 6339, An act relating to coercion of involuntary servitude

Passed the Senate on Feb. 12, 48-0

Sen. Hargrove  Yes

 

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