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Legislative Report - 2-11-06

WWRC Lobby Day - Feb. 22nd, Olympia (Posted 2-15-05)

Great Outdoors Month – June 2005, Info from the American Horse Council, 1-26-04

Washington State Legislature Meeting Schedule SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2004

Larry Craig (R - ID) Comments on the Fee Demo, August 30, 2004 

Matrix of legislative candidates as reported by the Secretary of State's Office, August 2004

Summary of Pending Legislation Affecting the Horse Industry  from the American Horse Council, 8-11-04

House of Representatives Office of Program Research 2004 Interim Plans, 6-2-04

June 2004  LEGISLATIVE FUNDRAISER SCHEDULE, Posted 5-23-04

Senate-Passed Tax Bill Reduces Capital Gains Holding Period for Horses from the American Horse Council, 5-13-04

American Quarter Horse Association  info on the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act, 5-13-04
 

Horse Industry Leaders Meet with Agriculture Secretary Veneman, From AHC, 5-4-04

Information on Right to Ride Legislation from the American Horse Council, 5-5-04

Information on Right to Ride Legislation from the American Horse Council, 4-22-04

Senate Hearing on Fee Demo, 4-27-04

LEGISLATIVE FUNDRAISER SCHEDULE, May 2004 (Update posted 5-3-04) 

Information on Transportation Legislation from the American Horse Council, 4-7-04

Summary of State Bills,  April 1, 2004

Gjurasic, Kohl & Bishop Public Affairs Consultants,  Final Budget,   March 11, 2004

Gjurasic, Kohl & Bishop Public Affairs Consultants,  House Budget,   March 9, 2004

Gjurasic, Kohl & Bishop Public Affairs Consultants,  Senate Budget,  March 9, 2004

Information on US Animal Identification from the American Horse Council, February 2004
    Federal Bill H.R. 3787,
An electronic nationwide livestock identification system
     Federal Bill S. 2008, An electronic nationwide livestock identification system

Gjurasic, Kohl & Bishop Public Affairs Consultants,  Bills Update,   February 18, 2004

Gjurasic, Kohl & Bishop Public Affairs Consultants,  Current Issues,  February 13, 2004

Information on US Animal Identification from the American Horse Council, Jan. 2004  

RIGHT TO RIDE on Federal Lands  (H.R. 2966),  TESTIMONY OF THE AMERICAN HORSE COUNCIL

SENATE BILL 6186  The LEGACY TRUST,  From Bob Brooke  (Sample letter included) Jan. 25, 2004

SENATE BILL 6234  NOVA Funding, From Bob Brooke  (Sample letter included) Jan. 25, 2004

2004 Possible State Legislative Items,  Message from Mark Gjurasic, Public Affairs Consultant, Jan. 14, 2004
Increased Horse Trail Licenses?

H.R. 2966 Radanovich Introduces Right to Ride Bill
Legislation Preserves Heritage of Livestock on Federal Lands
July 25, 2003


S.423 A bill to promote health care coverage parity for individuals participating in legal recreational activities or legal transportation activities

H.R. 1749 A Bill to promote health care coverage parity for individuals participating in legal recreational activities or legal transportation activities

HB 1698 - Nova Funding Redistribution, Creating the nonhighway and off-road vehicle
advisory committee
, Passed, Sent to Governor
Current Information:
      
NOVA Charter      
         NOVA Steering Committee Meeting, June 11, 2003
         Proposed Timeline for Appointing NOVA Committee Members (2SHB 1698)
     
SB 5143 - Evergreen Recreation/Trailhead Pass

HB 1139- Evergreen Recreation/Trailhead Pass

SB 5775 - Evergreen Recreation/Trailhead Pass

SB 5111 - Evergreen Recreation/Trailhead Pass

HB 1142 - Proposed Excise Tax to be imposed on Motor homes, Travel Trailers or Campers to support Outdoor Recreation Account.   This bill is now dead.

SB 5112 - An Act relating to the Outdoor Recreation Account (See HB 1136)

HB 1136 - An Act relating to the Outdoor Recreation Account, PASSED, Sent to Governor

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OTHER INFORMATION


Legislative Update April 2004

Legislative Updates-September 2003

March Legislative Committee Report

February Legislative Committee THN Article

U.S. Forest Service Official Roadless Issue Home Page

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