House Republicans continue to push for public hearings on initiatives, send letters to chairs of respective committees

Earlier today, House Republican ranking members and assistant ranking members sent letters to House committee chairs and vice chairs requesting public hearings on the six certified initiatives now before the Legislature. You can find the letters, House Republican motions and floor speeches, statements, videos, and other information below.

Initiative 2113 | Concerning vehicular pursuits by peace officers.

Initiative 2117 | Concerning carbon tax credit trading.

Initiative 2124 | Concerning state long-term care insurance.

Initiative 2111 | Concerning taxes on personal income.

Initiative 2109 | Concerning taxes on long-term capital assets.

Initiative 2081 | Concerning parental rights relating to their children’s public school education.

Constitution of the State of Washington | Article II, Section 1(a) (Legislative Department)

  • Such initiative measures, whether certified or provisionally certified, shall take precedence over all other measures in the legislature except appropriation bills and shall be either enacted or rejected without change or amendment by the legislature before the end of such regular session. (Emphasis added)

2024 Session Cutoff Calendar

The 60-day, 2024 legislative session started on January 8 and ends March 7.


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