2020 Bills Endorsed by Carbon Washington (Pass/No Pass)

Topic of bill Number Status/ Passed Analysis CarbonWA testimony Companion Testimony Ranking
History
Stalling State Energy Code | CarbonWA OPPOSES HB2667 History NO Analysis Greg Rock 0
Creates grant program for sustainable farms and fields SB5947/HB2095 History YES Analysis 1
Increasing state’s emission reduction HB2311/SB6272 History YES Analysis Greg Rock Greg Rock 1
Clean Fuel Standard SB5412/HB1110 History NO Analysis 1
Reducing emissions by making changes to the clean car standards and clean car program SB5811/HB1999 History YES Analysis 1
Valuing the carbon in forest riparian easements HB2714/SB6498 History NO Analysis Greg Rock Greg Rock 1
Reduced parking and increased density in neighborhood HB2343/SB6334 History YES Analysis 2
Washington Healthy Soil Initiative SB6306 History YES Analysis Noa Kay 2
Authorizes counties to establish commercial property assessed clean energy financing HB2405/SB6222 History YES Analysis 2
Establishing a statewide industrial waste coordination program SB6430 History YES Analysis Greg Rock 2
Tackling climate change as a goal of the growth management act HB2427/SB6453 History NO Analysis 2
On minimizing leaks in natural gas pipelines HB2518 History YES Analysis Greg Rock 2
Adds proportional emissions reductions and resiliency to GMA planning HB2609/SB6335 History NO Analysis 2
Requiring cities and counties to adopt zoning and development rules making it easier to build ADUs in their urban growth areas HB2570 History NO Analysis Greg Rock 2
Creates a Cap and Trade System SB5981 History NO Analysis 2
Responds to Supreme Court ruling by specifying that Ecology has the authority to regulate direct and indirect emissions of greenhouse gases SB6628/HB2892 History NO Analysis 3
Authorizes public utilities to support shifting homes and buildings from fossil fuels to electricity if it’s in the public interest HB2586/SB6496 History NO Analysis 3
Inventorying and incentivizing the reduction of GHG emissions from sulfur hexafluoride HB 2379 History NO Analysis Jessie Martin 3
Food policy program SB6091 YES Analysis 3
Bans styrofoam containers, packing material and coolers SB6213/HB2429 History NO Analysis 3
Bans offshore oil projects and oil or gas infrastructure on shorelines of statewide significance SB6432 History NO Analysis 3
Requires full life cycle estimates of emissions in environmental evaluations HB2472 History NO Analysis 3
Creates standards for producing, labeling, and advertising ammonia made with renewable resources HB2652 History NO Analysis 3
Addresses food waste by standardizing labels for freshness or expiration HB2651 History NO Analysis 3
Including low carbon materials and labor law compliances in awarding state construction contracts HB2744 History NO Analysis 3
Allows Triple trailer rigs on State highways SB6597/HB2692 History NO Analysis 3
Extends the sales and use tax exemption for hog fuel to 2045 SB6665/HB2848 History YES Analysis 3
Requires new cars and pickups sold or registered in the state to be powered by batteries or fuel cells, starting in 2030 HB2515 History NO Analysis Clif Swiggett
Expedites a pumped storage project by designating them as projects of statewide significance HB2819/SB6578 History YES Analysis
Code requirements for EV ready charging infrastructure in additional buildings SB6684 History NO Analysis
Least-conflict solar siting budget proviso Amendment ??