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2019 Senate Bill 5993: Reforming the financial structure of the model toxics control program
Introduced by Sen. David Frockt (Seattle) (D) on March 26, 2019
  Official Text and Analysis.
Referred to the Senate Ways & Means Committee on March 26, 2019
Amendment offered by Sen. John Braun (Centralia) (R) on April 25, 2019
Makes the Model Toxics Control Operating Account subject to the four year outlook, effective July 1, 2021.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the Senate on April 25, 2019
Amendment offered by Sen. John Braun (Centralia) (R) on April 25, 2019
Reduces the volumetric tax rate from $1.39/barrel to $0.70/barrel and removes the implicit price deflator adjustment to the rate.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the Senate on April 25, 2019
Amendment offered by Sen. John Braun (Centralia) (R) on April 25, 2019
Removes the emergency clause.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the Senate on April 25, 2019
Amendment offered by Sen. John Braun (Centralia) (R) on April 25, 2019
Provides a tax increase performance statement to evaluate whether the policy objectives of the bill are being met in a way that does not negatively impact the Washington state economy. Expires the increase in the hazardous substance tax in 2025.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the Senate on April 25, 2019
Amendment offered by Sen. Doug Ericksen (Ferndale) (R) on April 25, 2019
Removes annual inflationary growth factor (IPD) from the tax rate.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the Senate on April 25, 2019
Amendment offered by Sen. Doug Ericksen (Ferndale) (R) on April 25, 2019
Provides that moneys in the model toxics control stormwater account must be used only to carry out stormwater activities that protect or preserve existing remedial actions.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the Senate on April 25, 2019
Amendment offered by Sen. Doug Ericksen (Ferndale) (R) on April 25, 2019
Makes the act null and void if funding from Model Toxics Control Act accounts, either current law or created by this act, are transferred to the state general fund in the 2019-21 biennium.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the Senate on April 25, 2019
Amendment offered by Sen. Doug Ericksen (Ferndale) (R) on April 25, 2019
Exempts exported petroleum products from the hazardous substance tax.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the Senate on April 25, 2019
Amendment offered by Sen. David Frockt (Seattle) (D) on April 25, 2019
Technical amendment. Specifies the deposit of revenue under SHB 1290 in the Model Toxics Control Capital account. SHB 1290 has passed the Legislature.
The amendment passed by voice vote in the Senate on April 25, 2019
Amendment offered by Sen. David Frockt (Seattle) (D) on April 25, 2019
It is the intent of the legislature that no transfers occur to the operating budget in the 2019-2020 biennium. (2) Reduces the volumetric rate on petroleum products from $1.39 per barrel to $1.09 per barrel. (3) Adjusts the allocation of the Hazardous Substance Tax (HST) revenue to the MTCA accounts. (4) Provides $50 million per biennium to the Motor Vehicle Fund to be used exclusively for transportation stormwater purposes until transportation revenues increase by $2 billion attributable to an additive transportation funding act. FISCAL IMPACT: Decreases revenue from the HST by $25 million in 2019-21 and $18 million in 2021-23.
The amendment passed by voice vote in the Senate on April 25, 2019
Amendment offered by Sen. Shelly Short (Addy) (R) on April 25, 2019
Reduces the tax rate on petroleum products to 70 cents per barrel if employment in the petroleum refining industry declines by more than five percent from the industry's calendar year 2019 employment level.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the Senate on April 25, 2019
Amendment offered by Sen. Judy Warnick (Grant) (R) on April 25, 2019
Repeals the expiration of the exclusion of agricultural hazardous substances.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the Senate on April 25, 2019
Received in the House on April 26, 2019
Referred to the House Finance Committee on April 26, 2019
Signed by Gov. Jay Inslee on May 21, 2019

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