Probably not. But an Ag Gag bill — HB 1104 —
has been introduced by the Factory Farm lobby's favorite prostitute, Rep. Joe Schmick. The bill is being cosponsored by two other Big Ag boy toys: state reps. Larry Haler and Vincent Buys.
refers to a law which criminalizes the reporting or photographing of animal abuse inside factory farms. The abuse itself is OK; you're just not allowed to report it. In addition to Big Ag lobbyists, these Ag Gag laws are being pushed by ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council), the same behind-the-scenes stealthbags that are trying to undermine labor unions in Sequim.
So far eight states —
and they're all (inb)red states, needless to say —
have passed an Ag Gag law. Presumably a majority of Washington legislators won't want to be associated with that category. According to the linked article, HB 1104 is so far reaching that a person could be fined and/or jailed for taking pictures of an orchard from a public road.
Even if HB 1104 doesn't stand a chance of getting passed, it's a chance for the three above-mentioned political skanks to reach out to the party base (see below):