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Bill Bill Title Summary Meetings
SF 2132A bill for an act relating to notices regarding the disposition of seized property and providing an effective date. (Formerly SF 2012.) Effective 5-10-08. 3/19/2008; Hunter-CH, Gayman, Tjepkes
SF 2335A bill for an act relating to the rights of a victim of an alleged sexual assault and notification of these rights by a peace officer. (Formerly SSB 3272.) Effective 7-1-08. 3/13/2008; Heddens-CH, Kuhn, Olson, S.
HF 2458A bill for an act relating to the disposition of property seized during an investigation. 3/3/2008; Hunter-CH, Sands, Whitaker
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HF 2419A bill for an act requiring an arrested person to submit a DNA sample if the arrest is for a felony, and providing a contingent effective date. 2/28/2008; Whitaker-CH, Bell, Sands
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HSB 749A study bill relating to carrying a portable device or weapon directing an electric current, impulse, wave, or beam that produces a high-voltage pulse designed to immobilize a person and making penalties applicable. 3-4-08 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Bell and Lykam. H.J. 493. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2628) 2/28/2008; Tjepkes-CH, Bell, Lykam
HF 2429A bill for an act relating to the issuance of weapons permits by a county sheriff or the commissioner of public safety. 2/28/2008; Whitaker-CH, Baudler, Bell
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HF 2418A bill for an act relating to the use of restraints by the department of corrections on a pregnant inmate. 2/27/2008; Gayman-CH, Alons, Swaim
HF 2343A bill for an act relating to submission of a DNA sample of a person arrested for or convicted of a felony. 2/26/2008; Whitaker-CH, Bell, Sands
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HF 2378A bill for an act relating to residency restrictions for a sex offender. 2/26/2008; Swaim-CH, Baudler, Berry, Lukan, Lykam
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HF 2317A bill for an act relating to sex offenders by modifying criminal penalties for certain offenses involving sexual abuse in the second degree, lascivious acts with a child, and sexual exploitation, establishing a duty to inform law enforcement about a registered sex offender, modifying residency restrictions, establishing safety zones, providing sex offender information to the public, and classifying criminal offenses that require sex offender registration. 2/21/2008; Swaim-CH, Baudler, Berry, Lukan, Lykam
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