House Concurs with Changes to RMAP Bill
WA State Farm Bureau
Olympia, WA - 4/21/03 -Today, April 21, the state House of Representatives concurred with the Senate amendment to HB 1095, the RMAP bill. The final vote in the House was 96-0, with 2 members absent. The bill has progressed through various stages this session. It was heard and changed by two House committees before it passed the House floor on March 18 by a vote of 78-20. In the Senate the bill was further amended in committee and on the floor. The final vote to pass the amended version from the Senate was 49-0. With today’s concurrence by the House, the bill will go to Governor Locke’s office for his review.
The RMAP bill that has now passed the Legislature will:
Washington State Farm Bureau spokesperson Scott Dilley says, "With
unanimous Senate passage earlier and today’s unanimous House concurrence,
we now await the governor’s signature. Thanks to all of you who testified,
wrote letters, and made calls. Your voices were heard!"
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