2024 Washington Legislator Scorecard

We complied the voting records of Washington legislators on a sampling of 10 of the bills our team testified on and issued calls to action on during the 2024 session.

*The blue highlighted legislators received a perfect score of 100%, voting no on each of these bills we opposed. Green highlighted legislators voted no on every bill except HB 2494, which we give a bit of a “pass” for – see bill details below. We gave them 90%

You can look up additional details for the following bills in our LEGISLATIVE ACTION CENTER – in the “find legislation” box, enter the bill number you wish to search.

HB 1541: Nothing About Us Without Us. focus on identity politics risks overshadowing the original intent of the principle, which is to ensure representation for all affected groups, not just those deemed worthy by the Ministry of Equity. This could lead to the exclusion of underrepresented groups that do not fit the program’s social or racial narrative.

HB 2115:  Allows abortion providers to use a number on the prescription label instead of their name, providing anonymity because of claimed “violence and harassment” against providers. *Legislator scores were given based on original passing out of the House. The purple Y(N) denotes representatives who originally voted yes after making a deal with House democrats. The senate removed the amendment the deal was made over, which sent the final bill back to the House.

hb 2118:  designed to put every FFL in the state of Washington out of business with massive regulations and requirements that are unrealistic and expensive and next to impossible for most FFLs to comply with.

HB 2368: Establishes a state Office of Immigrant and Refugee Assistance that will be overseen by DCYF and will be responsible for administering cash, housing help, english language lessons, food and more for illegal immigrants.

HB 2494: Public school funding. This bill funds public school materials, supplies and operating costs which have risen substantially as a result of democrat policies.

SB 5427: Hate crime & bias incident hotline. Establishes a “hotline” overseen by the Attorney General for “victims” to call to report so-called “hate crimes” or “bias incidents.” There is no monetary reward or compensation – this is data collection. Watch next session for a funding bill to follow this.

SB 5462: Requires public schools to teach LGBTQ history and provide “inclusive curriculum” and a curriculum coordinator

SB 5838: AI Task Force. This bill creates an AI Task Force to be overseen and directed by the Attorney General’s office. The task force is to be staffed primarily by left-leaning persons or organizations and there is a big concern over how this might be used against citizens. *The House companion version of this bill was prime sponsored by Republican Travis Couture.

SB 5982: Changes the definition of “vaccine.” Allows the state to purchase RSV monoclonal antibodies with taxpayer funds.

SB 6095: Gives the Washington Secretary of Health emergency powers, allowing them to issue a prescription or standing order for any biological product, device, or drug for purposes of controlling and preventing the spread of, mitigating, or treating any infectious or noninfectious disease or threat to the public health.

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