Status Summary

First reading, referred to Finance on 1.23.19.

Public hearing in the House Committee on Finance on 2.26.19.

Executive action taken in the House Committee on Finance on 2.27.19; 1st substitute bill passed.

In Rules, as of 2.28.19.
Did not come out of the House and therefore is dead

(updated 1.9.20)

Legislative Session



In Progress



HB 1483 extends the business and occupation deduction for government-funded behavioral health services by reenacting and amending RCW 82.04.4277.

The legislature intends to support behavioral health services that can prevent more serious and costly health issues, and categorizes the tax preference contained in RCW 82.04.4277 as one intended to reduce taxes so more money can go directly to behavioral health services.