More bills that the Washington Association for Substance Abuse and Violence Prevention is following:

HB 1004 would provide for social and emotional learning in public schools. Among the bill's sponsors are Representatives Kenney and Frockt from northeast Seattle.

HB 1100 concerning the medical use of cannabis.

HB 1244 modifying liquor permits and licensing provisions.

HB 1246 and SB 5380 would restrict the sale of flavored tobacco products and dissolvable tobacco products. It would require tobacco products to be stored in a location that is inaccessible to youth. Northeast Seattle's Senator White and Representative Kenney is among the bill's sponsors.

HB 1270 includes mental health and suicide prevention education in the essential academic learning requirements in health and fitness. Rep. Kenney is among the bill's sponsors.

HB 1285 would regulate synthetic cannabinoids.

HB 1465 would modify liquor license provisions by: (1) requiring licenses to post conditions and restrictions imposed by the liquor control board; (2) revising the definition of "nightclub" by removing the occupancy load requirement; and (3) requiring the liquor control board to determine the requirements for complete meals for purposes of the definition of "restaurant".

HB 1550 would provide for regulating the production, distribution, and sale of cannabis (legalization). Rep. Kenney and Rep. Pedersen, who represents part of northeast Seattle, are among the bill's sponsors.

SB 5219 regarding penalties for retail liquor licensees when alcohol is sold to a person under 21 years of age.

SB 5285 would change the distance requirements for issuing a liquor license to businesses located near schools.
Other bills are listed in blog posts from January 14 and January 18.