The Hearing Notice lists the six bills as being considered. I have not read any of them yet, but I note that one of them deals with others recording (and other activities) police (and this is NOT the one (HB2918) we already had a discussion about), and three deal with police body cameras.
HB 368 Villalba Relating to the duties of a peace officer investigating a family violence allegation or responding to a disturbance call that may involve family violence and the admissibility of certain evidence obtained during that investigation or response.
HB 455 Johnson | et al. Relating to a body worn camera program for certain law enforcement agencies in this state.
HB 474 Reynolds Relating to requiring certain law enforcement officers to wear body worn cameras.
HB 541 Canales Relating to the electronic recording of certain custodial interrogations.
HB 1035 Johnson Relating to criminal offenses involving the filming, recording, photographing, documenting, or observing of a peace officer.
HB 3053 Fletcher Relating to complaints against a law enforcement officer or fire fighter.
HB 3929 Fletcher Relating to the use of automatic license plate reader systems; creating a criminal offense.
HR 1349 Wu Requesting the speaker to create an interim committee to study issues relating to police body camera equipment.
ETA: I took a quick peek at HB1035 -- it basically says it is a defense to prosecution for Interference with Public Duties if recording/photographing/documenting/observing was what you were doing (as long as you obey lawful orders to change position or proximity).