The bill is currently being reviewed by the Senate, but if passed, hundreds of permits could be issued in the first year of the program.
OLYMPIA, Wash. — Washington state lawmakers are considering a bill that would create a pilot program allowing the permitting of microenterprise home kitchens.
HB1258 passed the House and is now in committee in the Senate. The bill was created by Representative Noel Frame.
During a public hearing on Tuesday, Frame said the bill has been years in the making.
“Washington state has some of the most restrictive laws in the nation related to home-based businesses,” Frame said
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