The Washington State House Rules Committee (WA House RUL) considers all bills reported from policy and fiscal committees and determines whether, and in what order, to schedule their consideration on the floor of the House. The Rules Committee also reviews, adopts and schedules consideration of floor resolutions.
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WA Legislature - Update (March 9, 2023)
Three cannabis bills made it through the house of origin gateway in the final hours on Wednesday as legislators returned to policy committee work for the following three weeks.
WA Legislature - Update (March 8, 2023)
Following the calendaring of one bill on Tuesday, four cannabis bills were positioned for action in the Senate - but time was running out before the house of origin cutoff on Wednesday at 5pm.
WA Legislature - Update (March 7, 2023)
An odd couple of cannabis bills were advanced to the Senate floor while seven remained in their respective rules committees ahead of house of origin cutoff on Wednesday evening.
The Week Ahead (March 6, 2023)
Legislators had hundreds of bills to consider before the house of origin cutoff on Wednesday, then policy committees would renew activity - including on the first cannabis zombie bill.
WA Legislature - Update (March 3, 2023)
Senators unanimously passed a bill that may ban all CBD products in Washington state, and legislators would reconvene on Friday to potentially vote on two cannabis bills.
WA Legislature - Update (March 1, 2023)
Three cannabis bills were passed in their house of origin on Tuesday, while on Wednesday senators could pull up to six cannabis bills out of Rules and potentially take action on interstate.
The Week Ahead (February 27, 2023)
After the house of origin fiscal committee cutoff, 18 cannabis bills remained active—one less than expected—as legislators prepared for floor debate over the next week and a half.
WA Legislature - Update (February 23, 2023)
The first substantial cannabis legislation was passed by the Senate, home grow was heard in its fiscal committee, and four cannabis bills were positioned for executive sessions on Thursday.
WA Legislature - Update (February 22, 2023)
The medical cannabis patient excise tax exemption bill made it through the fiscal committee gateway whereas home grow legislation was getting a late start, but was positioned to proceed.
WA House RSG - Committee Meeting (February 16, 2023) - Summary
Three cannabis proposals were advanced during the committee’s final executive session before a crucial legislative deadline, and members had questions for a social equity bill sponsor.