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Bills that have passed the Legislature are shown in bold text with an * preceding them.

CAMPAIGNS  CAMPAIGNS RSS Feed
               (See also ELECTIONS; PUBLIC DISCLOSURE COMMISSION)
Advertising, sponsored by same committee, providing top five contributors information: HB 1378, * SB 5258, CH 138 (2013)
Candidates, withdrawal of, extending filing declaration deadline if incumbent withdraws: SB 6303
Candidates, write-in, printing in general election ballot, conditions: HB 2750
Contributions, candidates and authorized political committees, providing electronic filing alternative for: SB 6371
Contributions, candidates for boards of commissioners of public hospital districts, extending contribution limits: * SB 5748, CH 311 (2013), SB 5925
Contributions, closing certain loopholes to increase transparency: SB 6098
Contributions, requesting U.S. constitutional amendment to return regulatory authority to congress and state legislatures: HJM 4001, SJM 8002
Contributions, soliciting or accepting, expanding applicability to state officials and legislators of limitations on: SB 5988
Contributions, soliciting or accepting, modifying time limit for state officials: HB 1385
Contributions, via text message, regulating and facilitating: SB 6097
Donors to candidates and ballot measure campaigns, printing public disclosure commission web address on voters' pamphlets and ballots: HB 1720, SB 5507, * SSB 5507, CH 283 (2013)
Expenditures, candidate declarations of intended credit card use for: SB 6166
Expenditures, candidates and authorized political committees, providing electronic filing alternative for: SB 6371
Finance reports, electronic filing requirement for lobbyists, their employers, and agencies: E3SHB 1005
Finance reports, electronic filing requirement, providing electronic filing alternative for reports: SB 6371
Finance reports, electronic filing requirement, supporting system with fees: HB 1005, SHB 1005, 2SHB 1005
Incidental committees, campaign contributions by: SB 6098
Legal services, by attorney, removing certain services from definitions of "contributions" and "expenditures": HB 2222
Legislators, newsletters and other public resource use, exempting from prohibitions: SB 5019
Signs, political yard sign display in homeowners' associations: SB 5083
Supreme court, campaigns for, public funding through judicial election reform act: HB 2525
CANNABIS  (See CRIMES; DRUGS; HEALTH CARE; SENTENCING)
CAPITAL PROJECTS ADVISORY REVIEW BOARD  CAPITAL PROJECTS ADVISORY REVIEW BOARD RSS Feed
               
Alternative public works contracting procedures, revising provisions, board role: * SHB 1466, CH 222 (2013)
Membership, adding member representing public ports: HB 1466, * SHB 1466, CH 222 (2013), SB 5349
Membership, decreasing by removing public hospital district representative: SHB 1210, SSB 5184
Membership, expanding to include regional transit authority member: HB 1210, SHB 1210, 2SHB 1210, SB 5184, SSB 5184
Membership, modifying: HB 1210, SHB 1210, 2SHB 1210, HB 1466, * SHB 1466, CH 222 (2013), SB 5184, SSB 5184, SB 5349
CAPITOL CAMPUS  CAPITOL CAMPUS RSS Feed
               
Naming of facilities, authorizing sale of naming rights, exceptions: HB 1050
State capital historical museum, modifying use provisions: SSB 6200
State capital historical museum, renaming as heritage outreach center: HB 2277, SHB 2277, SB 6200
CASELOAD FORECAST COUNCIL  CASELOAD FORECAST COUNCIL RSS Feed
               
Abolishing council and transferring powers and duties to the office of the forecast council, provisions: HB 1940
Caseloads, "caseload" to include expected higher education enrollment for funding calculation: SB 5421
Developmental disabilities, persons with, council to forecast no paid service case load of department of social and health services: HB 1546, SB 5358
Extended foster care services, council to forecast youth participating in: * E2SSB 5405, CH 332 (2013)
Racial disproportionality, publishing sentencing information concerning: SB 6257
Students, enrollments, council to estimate for school district certificated instructional staff budgeting and hiring purposes: EHB 1900
CEMETERIES AND CEMETERY DISTRICTS  (See HUMAN REMAINS)
CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY  (See COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES)
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS  CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS RSS Feed
               (See also ESTATES, TRUSTS, AND PROBATE; NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS)
Raffles, enhanced, authorizing charitable organizations serving persons with intellectual disabilities to conduct: HB 1835, SHB 1835, SB 5723, * ESSB 5723, CH 310 (2013)
CHECKS AND CHECK CASHING  CHECKS AND CHECK CASHING RSS Feed
               
Small loans, borrowing, raising borrower twelve-month loan limit: HB 1658, SB 5419
Small loans, maximum interest rate: HB 1363, HB 1657, SB 5312, ESSB 5312
Small loans, regulating through small consumer installment loan act: HB 1657, SB 5312, ESSB 5312
CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, OFFICE OF THE  CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, OFFICE OF THE RSS Feed
               
Bidding, electronic public works bidding and contracting, office role: * SHB 1841, CH 151 (2014)
Cellular device usage by state employees, officer role in developing statewide cellular device policy: SSB 5381
Cellular telephone usage by state agencies, officer role in developing strategies, assisting agencies, and reporting: SB 5381
Central services of state government, including office, conforming amendments prompted by reorganization and streamlining: HB 2098, SHB 2098
Data, open data portal for public data sets, implementation and expansion: HB 2202, SHB 2202, 2SHB 2202
Electronic signatures on written communications, officer to adopt rules for state agencies: HB 2564
Emergencies, disasters, and cyber attacks, securing state's communication and information resources, role of office: SSB 5971
Information technology expenditures in state budget process, office to evaluate and prioritize: SB 5891, * ESSB 5891, CH 33 (2013)
Information technology expenditures, by higher education institutions and legislative and judicial agencies, evaluation and approval by office: SB 5891, * ESSB 5891, CH 33 (2013)
Information technology expenditures, office role in implementing information technology business management program: SB 5891, * ESSB 5891, CH 33 (2013)
Information technology for state agencies, production of consistent and usable web content, developing standards to enable, role of office: SB 5757
Information technology networking equipment and services, agency purchases of, office role in developing statewide standards: SB 5891, * ESSB 5891, CH 33 (2013)
Information technology services, department of enterprise services contracting for, role of office and technology services board: SB 5891
Information technology systems and infrastructure, information in, office role in establishing security standards: * ESSB 5891, CH 33 (2013)
Information technology systems, executive branch, inventorying, modernizing, and funding of, office reporting role: SB 5891, * ESSB 5891, CH 33 (2013)
Technology services board, approving certain purchasing services and activities for department of enterprise services: SB 5717, SSB 5717
Technology services board, role in department of enterprise services contracting for information technology services: SB 5891
Telecommunications and information services state agency network, assessment of model and consolidation of network into consolidated technology services agency, office role: SB 5891, * ESSB 5891, CH 33 (2013)
Telecommunications and information services state agency network, certain information within, public disclosure exemption: * ESSB 5891, CH 33 (2013)
Washington businesses, one-stop state agency portal for, office role in monitoring development of: HB 1757, SB 5718, * SSB 5718, CH 31 (2013)
CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT  (See CHILDREN; SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT)
CHILD CARE  CHILD CARE RSS Feed
               (See also EARLY LEARNING, DEPARTMENT)
Abuse or neglect of a child, suspected, interviewing of child with third party present: SB 5316, * SSB 5316, CH 48 (2013)
Breastfeeding-friendly Washington designation, creating to recognize certain child day care centers: HB 2329
Care providers, fraud by, referral to department of social and health services for investigation and action: * 2ESSB 5157, CH 29 (2013)
Care providers, providing child care without license prohibited beyond one year: SB 5157
Child support, enforcement services, incentive for working connections child care subsidy applicant or recipient to seek: ESSB 6181
Child support, enforcement services, provision for recipients of subsidized or working connections child care: SB 5157, SB 6181
Consumers, child care consumer and provider bill of rights: HB 1671, SB 5595, SSB 5595
Consumers, child care consumers and providers, requirements: * 2SSB 5595, CH 337 (2013)
Consumers, child care standards and guidelines, and creation of parent and provider oversight board: SHB 1671, 2SHB 1671
Early achievers program, enrollment of child care programs in: HB 1671, SHB 1671, 2SHB 1671, HB 1723, SHB 1723, * 2SHB 1723, CH 323 (2013) PV, HB 2377, SHB 2377, E2SHB 2377, SB 5595, SSB 5595, SB 6127, SSB 6127
Early learning, funding for, authorizing capital gains tax to provide: HB 2087
Facilities, compliance with inspections of, limiting alterations required for: HB 2191, SB 6234
Facilities, inspection compliance, consultation with enforcement official: * ESHB 2191, CH 9 (2014), SSB 6234
Family assessment response services, eligibility for child care in connection with: HB 2519, * ESHB 2519, CH 160 (2014), SB 6538, SSB 6538, 2SSB 6538
Family day care providers, children of, not included in staff-to-child ratio: HB 1172, SHB 1172
Family day care providers, education requirements, exemption in certain cases: HB 1228, SB 5578
Family day care providers, education requirements, meeting with early achievers program level three rating: SHB 1228
Fatality reviews, by department of early learning, requirements, including convening of child fatality review committee: HB 2165, SHB 2165
Fatality reviews, Eve Uphold act: SHB 2165
Legislative task force on child care improvements for the future, establishment: HB 1671, SHB 1671, SB 5595, SSB 5595, * 2SSB 5595, CH 337 (2013)
Licensing standards, aligning with early childhood education and assistance program standards: SB 6067
Neglect or abuse of a child, suspected, interviewing of child with third party present: SB 5316, * SSB 5316, CH 48 (2013)
Obesity, prevention through early learning programs, including among duties of department of early learning : HB 1784
Preschool, integrating child care with: HB 2377, SHB 2377, E2SHB 2377, SB 6127, SSB 6127
Providers, child care consumer and provider bill of rights: HB 1671, SB 5595, SSB 5595
Providers, child care consumer and provider requirements: * 2SSB 5595, CH 337 (2013)
Providers, licensed and certified programs, enrollment in early achievers program: HB 1671, SHB 1671, 2SHB 1671, SB 5595, SSB 5595
Providers, standards and guidelines for providing services: SHB 1671, 2SHB 1671
Public records, inspection and copying exemption, personal information for child enrolled in license child care: * HB 1203, CH 220 (2013), SB 5198
Sleep practices, safe, department of early learning to provide information to licensure applicants: HB 2695, SHB 2695
Sleep practices, safe, Graham Hazzard act: SHB 2695
Student child care in higher education account, state board for community and technical colleges to co-administer program: HB 1873, SB 5730
Subsidy program, fraud, training of staff concerning: ESSB 6181
Subsidy program, incentive for working connections child care applicant or recipient to seek child support enforcement services: ESSB 6181
Subsidy program, payment received to constitute authorization for child support enforcement services: SB 5157, SB 6181
Subsidy program, provider fraud, referral to department of social and health services for investigation and action: * 2ESSB 5157, CH 29 (2013)
Working connections child care, Aclara group report on eligibility requirements, implementing recommendations: HB 1671, SHB 1671, 2SHB 1671, SB 5595, SSB 5595, * 2SSB 5595, CH 337 (2013)
Working connections child care, contracted child care slots: HB 2377, SHB 2377, E2SHB 2377, SB 6127, SSB 6127
Working connections child care, eligibility in connection with family assessment response services: HB 2519, SB 6538
Working connections child care, eligibility, limiting change of circumstance impact on: HB 2377, SHB 2377, E2SHB 2377, SB 6068, SB 6127, SSB 6127
Working connections child care, extending eligibility for benefits to certain additional educational activities: HB 1671, SHB 1671, SB 5595, SSB 5595
Working connections child care, increasing subsidy rate to certain providers: SHB 1723, * 2SHB 1723, CH 323 (2013) PV, SB 5899
Working connections child care, increasing subsidy rate to certain providers and returning copays to earlier levels: HB 1671, SB 5595
Working connections child care, optional supplemental payment by parents to fund difference between provider rate and state rate: HB 1810
Working connections program, incentive for subsidy applicant or recipient to seek child support enforcement services: ESSB 6181
Working connections program, payment received to constitute authorization for child support enforcement services: SB 5157, SB 6181
CHILD CUSTODY  (See CHILDREN)
CHILD SUPPORT  (See DOMESTIC RELATIONS)
CHILDREN  CHILDREN RSS Feed
               (See also CHILD CARE; DOMESTIC RELATIONS; EARLY LEARNING, DEPARTMENT; FOSTER CARE; JUVENILE COURT AND JUVENILE OFFENDERS; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS)
4-H members, educational opportunities at horse racing facilities, dedicated revenue to support: HB 1398, SB 5672, SB 5791, SSB 5791
4-H youth development program, recognizing: * HR 4606 (2013), * HR 4670 (2014), * SR 8605 (2013), * SR 8668 (2014)
Abuse issues course for teachers, adding commercial sexual abuse of a minor and sexual exploitation of a minor to course: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Abuse or neglect, by supervised persons, expanding reporting requirements to various organizations: * SB 5359, CH 273 (2013)
Abuse or neglect, modifying provisions concerning faith-based or metaphysical healing efforts: SB 6295, SSB 6295
Abuse or neglect, modifying requirements for certain school employee training and information for parents: SB 5753
Abuse or neglect, modifying requirements for information for parents: ESSB 5753, SB 5901
Abuse or neglect, parent with founded finding of, work group to consider creating certificate of rehabilitation for parents who have turned their lives around: * SSB 5565, CH 162 (2013)
Abuse or neglect, parent with founded finding of, work group to consider creating certificate of suitability for parents who have turned their lives around: SB 5565
Abuse or neglect, substantiated, child protective services to notify school district: SB 5822
Abuse or neglect, suspected, interviewing of child with third party present: SB 5316, * SSB 5316, CH 48 (2013)
Abuse or neglect, suspected, short-term emergency and crisis care for child removed from home: HB 1261, * SHB 1261, CH 105 (2013)
Abuse or neglect, to include victimizing children by involving them in trafficking: SB 5223
Abuse, child abuse medical assessments, requirements: SB 6470
Abuse, eligibility of child for child care, preschool, and home visiting services: * ESHB 2519, CH 160 (2014), SB 6538, SSB 6538, 2SSB 6538
Abuse, eligibility of child for early learning and child care: HB 2519
Abuse, female genital mutilation, class B felony: HB 2190
Abuse, physical abuse or sexual misconduct by school employee, reporting requirements for other school employees when aware that student is likely a victim: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Abuse, sexual, providing information concerning preventing abuse and violence in sexual health education: SB 6376
Background checks, persons employed to provide care for children, provisions: * SSB 6095, CH 88 (2014)
Breastfeeding-friendly Washington designation, creating: HB 2329, SB 6298, SSB 6298
Child protective services, family assessment response services, eligibility of child for child care, preschool, and home visiting services: * ESHB 2519, CH 160 (2014), SB 6538, SSB 6538, 2SSB 6538
Child protective services, family assessment response services, eligibility of child for early learning and child care: HB 2519
Child protective services, family assessment response, modifying requirements: HB 1844, SHB 1844
Child protective services, interviews of children, conducting at children's advocacy centers: HB 1594, SHB 1594, SB 5566, SSB 5566
Child protective services, parent involved with, work group to consider creating certificate of rehabilitation for parents who have turned their lives around: * SSB 5565, CH 162 (2013)
Child protective services, parent involved with, work group to consider creating certificate of suitability for parents who have turned their lives around: SB 5565
Child protective services, substantiated child abuse or neglect, notifying school districts: SB 5822
Child protective services, workers to be bonded and licensed as social workers: SB 5163
Child welfare services, agreements with university-based child welfare research entity, state agency requirements: * ESHB 1774, CH 205 (2013)
Child welfare services, assessing character, suitability, and competence for unsupervised access to children: SB 5565, * SSB 5565, CH 162 (2013)
Child welfare services, caregiver prudent parent standard for childhood activities: HB 2699, SHB 2699, SB 6479, * ESSB 6479, CH 104 (2014)
Child welfare services, charging fee for child abuse and neglect history request by out-of-state jurisdiction: SB 5565, * SSB 5565, CH 162 (2013)
Child welfare services, eligibility for early childhood education and assistance: * ESHB 2519, CH 160 (2014), SB 6538, SSB 6538
Child welfare services, Indian children, purchase of care from tribes and tribal agencies: HB 1361, * SB 5235, CH 32 (2013)
Child welfare services, infants in out-of-home care, HIV testing: SB 5454
Child welfare services, safety assessment tool, institute for public policy to conduct empirical study: SB 5281, SSB 5281
Child welfare services, service delivery measurements using certain indicators of success, developing: HB 1774, * ESHB 1774, CH 205 (2013)
Child welfare services, service delivery measurements, developing: SB 5531, SSB 5531
Child welfare services, training and advancement program, collecting certain financial assistance payments: HB 1708, SHB 1708, SB 5403, SSB 5403
Child welfare services, youth in out-of-home care, improving educational outcomes: HB 1566, SHB 1566, * 2SHB 1566, CH 182 (2013)
Child welfare system, advisory committee on disproportionate representation of children of color in, membership rules: HB 2665, SHB 2665, SB 6429
Child welfare transformation design committee, suspending statute that established committee: * ESHB 1774, CH 205 (2013)
Children removed from parents or guardians, receiving care centers for, licensing of: SB 5475
Children removed from parents or guardians, resource and assessment centers for, licensing of: SSB 5475
Children's day, celebrating: * HR 4621 (2013), * HR 4660 (2014)
Children's products, limiting presence of TRIS and other flame retardants when products manufactured, sold, or distributed for use in state: HB 1294, ESHB 1294, SB 5181, SB 5933, SB 5984, SB 6048, SB 6540, SSB 6540
Conception, Washington state life at conception act, declaring that right to life begins at conception: HB 1259
Custodial interference, first degree, in connection with court-ordered residential provisions for child, class C felony: HB 2624, SHB 2624, SB 6539
Custody, Braden and Charlie Powell act of 2013: SB 5162, SSB 5162
Custody, implementing recommendations of Powell fatality team: SB 5315, * SSB 5315, CH 254 (2013)
Custody, parental abduction of child, educating parents concerning harmful effects: HB 1021, * SHB 1021, CH 91 (2013)
Custody, parenting plans, mediation: HB 1353
Custody, parenting plans, objections to relocation of child's residence: HB 2197, SHB 2197
Custody, parenting plans, residential provisions for children: HB 1107, SHB 1107, HB 1353, HB 2197, SHB 2197
Custody, parenting plans, residential provisions for children of military parents: HB 1107, SHB 1107
Custody, prohibiting child custody award to suspect in active homicide investigation: SB 5162, SSB 5162
Decisions regarding child, making decisions to be recognized as fundamental parental right: HB 2174, SB 6247
Disabilities, children from birth to age three with, department to be lead agency for early intervention services: HB 2598
Domestic violence against a child, modifying offender score provisions: HB 2194
Drivers' licenses and instruction permits, for minors, design to indicate age of holder: HB 2471
Fetal alcohol exposure, requiring posting of warning signs on premises serving alcohol: HB 2737
Fetal alcohol exposure, work group to address: HB 2737
Firearms, allowing unauthorized access to a child under age fourteen, criminal provisions: SB 5485
Health care for minors, consent of minor: SB 6407
Healthiest next generation, governor's council for, establishment and duties: HB 2643, SHB 2643, 2SHB 2643, SB 6383
Homeless children, pilot program to link homeless families with stable housing in student's school district: HB 2763, SB 6365
Homeless youth population, identifying characteristics of: HB 2610, SHB 2610
Hunting, age limitations and requirements for licenses and hunting: HB 1199, ESHB 1199, HB 2459, SHB 2459, SB 5231, SSB 5231, SB 6039, SSB 6039
Identicards, for minors, design to indicate age of holder: HB 2471
Immunization, making childhood immunization resources available to pregnant women: SB 6297, ESSB 6297
Immunization, meningococcal disease, schools to provide online access to required information concerning: SB 5753
Injuries on school grounds, notifying parents of child's injury, school districts to adopt policy and procedures for: SB 6332
Marijuana, criminal acts by or with minors, new provisions: HB 2706, SHB 2706
Marijuana, purchase by minors, using certain minors in controlled purchase compliance check programs: HB 2303, SB 6158
Military parents, dissolution of marriage, residential provisions for children: HB 1107, SHB 1107
Minors, work permits for employing, master application procedures: * SB 5056, CH 156 (2013)
Missing and exploited children, task force on, repealing advisory board provision: HB 2712
Missing children clearinghouse, adding endangered persons: HB 1895, SB 5556, * SSB 5556, CH 285 (2013)
Motorcycle helmet use, mandatory for persons under age eighteen: SB 5143
Murder, aggravated first degree, including certain child victims: SB 5015
Neglect or abuse, by supervised persons, expanding reporting requirements to various organizations: * SB 5359, CH 273 (2013)
Neglect or abuse, modifying provisions concerning faith-based or metaphysical healing efforts: SB 6295, SSB 6295
Neglect or abuse, parent with founded finding of, work group to consider creating certificate of rehabilitation for parents who have turned their lives around: * SSB 5565, CH 162 (2013)
Neglect or abuse, parent with founded finding of, work group to consider creating certificate of suitability for parents who have turned their lives around: SB 5565
Neglect or abuse, substantiated, child protective services to notify school district: SB 5822
Neglect or abuse, suspected, interviewing of child with third party present: SB 5316, * SSB 5316, CH 48 (2013)
Neglect, suspected, short-term emergency and crisis care for child removed from home: HB 1261, * SHB 1261, CH 105 (2013)
Newborn screening, births outside hospital, collecting blood sample for tests: * SHB 2544, CH 18 (2014)
Newborn screening, hospitals to collect blood sample for certain screening tests: HB 2544
Obesity, prevention through early learning programs, including among duties of department of early learning : HB 1784
Parent-child relationship, termination of, when child conceived through sex offense or incest: SB 6374
Parental rights, requesting that Congress propose parental rights amendment to states for ratification: HJM 4004
Paternity, termination of legal responsibilities for a child when genetic testing establishes nonpaternity: SB 5997
Receiving care centers, short-term emergency and crisis care for child removed from home: SB 5475
Receiving care centers, short-term emergency and crisis care for child removed from home due to suspected abuse or neglect: HB 1261
Relatives, placement of child in dependency proceedings with: SB 5763
Relatives, placement of child in dependency proceedings with, Alexis Stuth act: SB 5762
Resource and assessment centers, short-term emergency and crisis care for child removed from home: SSB 5475
Resource and assessment centers, short-term emergency and crisis care for child removed from home due to suspected abuse or neglect: * SHB 1261, CH 105 (2013)
Return of child, service of writ of habeas corpus for, waiving of fees by sheriff: HB 1119
Runaway youths, overnight youth shelter or program, shelter procedures when child known to lack parental permission: HB 1250, * SB 5147, CH 4 (2013)
School attendance, compulsory, modifying requirements for children age six and seven: HB 1283, SHB 1283
Seattle Children's Hospital, honoring the work of: * SR 8647 (2013)
Sexual abuse and exploitation prevention training program, for school employees, development and implementation: HB 1869, SB 5563
Sexual abuse and violence, preventing, providing information in sexual health education: SB 6376
Sexual abuse of a minor, commercial, adding to abuse issues course for teachers seeking certification: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Sexual exploitation of a minor, adding to abuse issues course for teachers seeking certification: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Sexual misconduct or physical abuse, by school employee, reporting requirements for other school employees when aware that student is likely a victim: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Sexual orientation change efforts, practice of, prohibiting when performed on patient under eighteen: HB 2451, ESHB 2451, SB 6449
Shelters or programs for runaway youths, procedures when child known to lack parental permission: HB 1250, * SB 5147, CH 4 (2013)
Smoking, prohibiting in moving or parked motor vehicle carrying a minor: HB 2086, SHB 2086, SB 5230
Social investment steering committee, Washington, establishment of, duties to include pilot programs: HB 2337, SHB 2337
Suicide, youth screening and referral training for school nurses, social workers, and counselors : HB 1336, SB 5365
Suicide, youth screening and referral training for school nurses, social workers, counselors, and school psychologists: * ESHB 1336, CH 197 (2013), SSB 5365
Suicide, youth suicide prevention activities, assistance for schools: SB 6431, * SSB 6431, CH 103 (2014)
Tanning devices, ultraviolet, use by persons under age eighteen, prohibiting: HB 1585, SB 5455, SB 5521, * SB 6065, CH 87 (2014)
Teen summer employment wage, authorizing employers to pay: SB 6471, SSB 6471
Teen training wage, temporary, authorizing employers to pay: SB 6495
Tobacco products, selling to a minor, clarifying provisions: HB 2795, SHB 2795, SB 6569
Visitation, grandparents of child, right to seek through courts: HB 1934, ESHB 1934
Visitation, persons with ongoing and substantial relationship with child, right to seek through courts: HB 1934, ESHB 1934
Visitation, seeking through courts, impact of criminal record on: HB 1934, ESHB 1934
Visitation, sibling visitation after dependency proceedings dismissed: HB 1140, SHB 1140
Visitation, sibling visitation for children in foster care: HB 1204, ESHB 1204, SB 5389, SSB 5389, * E2SSB 5389, CH 316 (2013)
Visitation, third-party, conditions and procedures: HB 1506
Voting, registration, motor voter preregistration for persons age sixteen and seventeen: EHB 1279, ESHB 1279, SB 5270
Youth in need, improving school districts' capacity to respond through training and planning: * ESHB 1336, CH 197 (2013), SSB 5365
Youth, troubled, improving school districts' capacity to respond through training and planning: HB 1336, SB 5365
CHILDREN'S ADMINISTRATION  (See SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT)
CHRISTMAS TREES  (See FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS)
CIDER  (See ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES)
CIGARETTE TAX  (See TAXES - CIGARETTE TAX)
CIGARETTES  (See TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS)
CITIES AND TOWNS  CITIES AND TOWNS RSS Feed
               (See also BUILDING CODES/PERMITS; CLEAN AIR AGENCIES; EMINENT DOMAIN; ENERGY; FIRE PROTECTION; GROWTH MANAGEMENT; LOCAL GOVERNMENT; RECORDS; STORM WATER CONTROL FACILITIES; SUBDIVISIONS; UTILITIES; WATER; WATER-SEWER DISTRICTS)
Abandoned or vacant properties in urban growth areas, loans to cities and towns for revitalizing: HB 1079, SB 5533
Accounts and revenue, dedicated, use for fiscal relief: SB 5005
Alaskan Way viaduct replacement project, convening expert review panel for: ESHB 1957, HB 2070, SB 6051
Anacortes, honoring Richard Riddell, Anacortes town crier: * HR 4668 (2014)
Annexation of state property owned for military purposes, filing petition for annexation: HB 1158, SHB 1158, 2SHB 1158, SB 5068, SSB 5068
Annexation, by code cities, submitting to voters in certain county bordering Columbia river in certain cases: HB 2637, SB 6404
Annexation, marine manufacturing and industrial businesses annexed into certain first-class cities, limiting imposition of license fee or tax upon: SB 5943
Annexation, of unincorporated territory within a code city or town, modifying provisions: * EHB 2068, CH 27 (2013)
Annexation, of unincorporated territory within a code city or town, modifying provisions related to fire protection districts: * EHB 2068, CH 27 (2013)
Annexation, of unincorporated territory within a code city, modifying provisions: EHB 1539, * SB 5417, CH 333 (2013)
Annexation, preparing for, imposition of local sales and use tax by city for costs: HB 2681, SHB 2681
Annexation, requiring approval of property owners or voters: HB 1854
Annexation, requiring approval of registered voters: SB 5013, SSB 5013
Annexation, service costs to newly annexed areas, restricting local sales and use tax imposition in certain case: SB 6487
Annexed territory, city to notify light and power and gas distribution businesses: HB 2433, * SHB 2433, CH 123 (2014)
Annexed territory, determining resident population of, exempting enumeration data from public disclosure: HB 1901
Apportionment districts, levying property tax for community redevelopment financing: HB 1967, HB 2349, HJR 4210, HJR 4214
Auburn, recognizing the Miss Auburn scholarship program: * SR 8693 (2014)
Bags, retail carryout, preemption of regulation by state of Washington: SB 5253
Bags, retail carryout, regulation by cities and counties: HB 1310, SB 5386
Ballot drop boxes, county auditor to establish minimum number for counties and cities: SB 5320
Brownfield renewal authorities, authority of cities to establish: * 2E2SSB 5296, CH 1 (2013)
Budget modifications, removing transmittal requirement: HB 1274, ESHB 1274
Business license center, expanding required participation by certain cities or city-developed portal alternative: ESSB 5656
Business license center, expanding required participation to certain cities: SB 5656
Cannabis, medical, authority to adopt and enforce various local requirements pertaining to: SB 5528, SB 5887
Cle Elum public library, honoring the one hundredth year of the: * HR 4662 (2014)
Code cities, public works projects, having city employees perform, conditions: EHB 2618
Collector vehicles, restoration of, regulation by local governments: ESB 5121
Community redevelopment financing, levying property tax in apportionment districts: HB 1967, HB 2349, HJR 4210, HJR 4214
Compostable waste, collected, modifying city and county responsibility for storage and processing of: HB 2072
Correctional employees, membership in public safety employees' retirement system: EHB 1923, SB 5781
Disability boards, city, membership: * SB 5220, CH 213 (2013)
Dogs, breed-based regulations, preventing: HB 2117
Elections, changing election system to remedy potential violation, provisions concerning at-large and district-based elections: SHB 1413
Elections, city or town option to authorize a district-based election: HB 1413, SHB 1413, SB 5473
Enumclaw, celebrating 100th anniversary of: * SR 8633 (2013)
Environmental decision making, certain state agencies to include community organizations in highly impacted communities: HB 1434
Environmental impact statement, nonproject, recovering preparation costs: HB 1104, HB 1682, HB 1717, * ESHB 1717, CH 243 (2013)
Everson, police chief Erik Ramstead, recognizing lasting legacy of: * HR 4618 (2013)
Federal Way high school, recognizing student Caleb Dawson as recipient of a Prudential spirit of community award: * HR 4623 (2013)
Firearms, laws and ordinances restricting possession in parks or recreational facilities, authority of municipalities to enact: SB 5739
Genetically modified organisms, regulation by local legislative authorities: HB 1407, SB 5167
Granite Falls, Damascus Lodge No. 199 of free and accepted masons, commemorating centennial anniversary of: * HR 4649 (2013)
Growth management act, local government compliance, allowing a showing of working toward complying: SB 5406
Growth management act, suspending for cities in counties with significant unemployment: HB 1619, SB 5820
Highly impacted communities, certain state agencies to include community organizations in environmental decision making: HB 1434
Infrastructure, local financing tool program, extending expiration dates: HB 1306, SHB 1306, * E2SHB 1306, CH 21 (2013), SB 5293
Infrastructure, local financing tool program, methods for evaluation program to include report: HB 2382
Infrastructure, technology, adding to "capital project" for tax revenue-use purposes: HB 2298, * ESHB 2298, CH 44 (2014)
Issaquah, former mayor Ava Frisinger, honoring career achievements of: * HR 4663 (2014), * SR 8679 (2014)
Lakes, with toxic algae blooms, allowing certain code cities to take action to address blooms in certain cases: ESB 5596
Land, agricultural, of long-term commercial significance, allowing certain compatible uses while prohibiting mitigation project siting: SB 5276
Lands and their resources, coordinated state and local management, city authority to demand: HB 1163
Liquor revolving fund, distribution of revenues to cities and towns: HB 1368, HB 2067, HB 2314, SB 5703, SB 6361
Litter and potentially dangerous litter, abatement of nuisance, city and town authority: SB 5323
Loads, public highway vehicle load carrying requirements, exemption for cities: ESHB 1007
Lynnwood, former mayor Dan Gough, recognizing: * SR 8700 (2014)
Marijuana, local control over marijuana commerce act, authorizing prohibition of production and retail facilities: HB 2510
Marijuana, local control over marijuana use and possession act, authorizing prohibition of possession: HB 2509
Marijuana, medical, authority to adopt and enforce various local requirements pertaining to: SB 5528, SB 5887
Montesano High School, honoring football team: * SR 8608 (2013)
Mosquito control, inhibiting mosquito breeding in storm water retention ponds through certain measures: * ESSB 5324, CH 209 (2013)
Mosquito control, integrated pest management use by counties, cities, and certain districts: SB 5324, * ESSB 5324, CH 209 (2013)
Mukilteo, former mayor Joe Marine, recognizing: * SR 8701 (2014)
Municipal courts, provision of security to courts by cities: HB 1365, SB 5240
Municipal employees, to be included in certain contract beneficial interest provisions of municipal officer code of ethics: HB 1867
Municipal officers, code of ethics for, modifying certain contract beneficial interest provisions to include municipal employees: HB 1867
Nuisance abatement, assessments for, city and town authority: EHB 1367
Nuisance abatement, litter and potentially dangerous litter, city and town authority: SB 5323
Payments, cities authorized to accept electronic payment methods: HB 1274, ESHB 1274
Petitions, signatures on, counting duplicate valid signatures once, conditions: HB 1847, * HB 2296, CH 121 (2014)
Political subdivisions of state, employee participation in state insurance or self-insurance programs, to include retirees: HB 1741, SB 5654
Population enumeration data, use limitation and public records exemption: * HB 2515, CH 14 (2014), SB 6006
Public transportation zones, enhanced, imposition of local sales and use tax by legislative entity after establishing zone: HB 1954, ESHB 1954, SB 5920
Public transportation zones, enhanced, imposition of local sales tax by legislative entity after establishing zone: HB 1898, SHB 1898, SB 5793
Puyallup, Washington state fair in, recognizing: * SR 8711 (2014)
Redevelopment opportunity zones for brownfield properties, designation of zone by city: SB 5201, SSB 5201
Redevelopment opportunity zones, authority of cities to designate: * 2E2SSB 5296, CH 1 (2013)
Retirement systems of first class cities, authorizing investment of assets by state investment board: HB 1899
Retirement, seasonal employees of small cities, limiting eligibility for PERS: HB 2290
Sales and use tax, local, imposition by city for costs of preparing for annexation: HB 2681, SHB 2681
Sales and use tax, local, imposition by city without authorizing proposition to voters: HB 1925
Seattle Raging Grannies, honoring: * SR 8629 (2013)
Seattle Seahawks, celebrating: HR 4674, * SR 8676 (2014)
Seattle Seahawks, congratulating: * HR 4622 (2013), * SR 8624 (2013)
Seattle Seahawks, mascot Taima the hawk, recognizing: * HR 4685 (2014)
Sewer systems, city selection of appropriate urban growth area systems: HB 1052, HB 2186, SHB 2186, SB 5610, SB 5995
Signs, static digital outdoor advertising signs, allowing cities and towns to place along state highways: HB 1408, SB 5304
Snoqualmie, honoring Gloria McNeely: * HR 4687 (2014)
Speed limits, nonarterial highways, city or town establishment of maximum limit: * HB 1045, CH 264 (2013), SB 5066
Spokane lilac festival, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4642 (2013), * SR 8646 (2013)
Streets and roads, new construction or maintenance or repair activities following best management practices, removing limits and modification requirements: HB 2097
Streets and roads, new construction or maintenance or repair activities following best management practices, state environmental policy act exemption: HB 2097
Subversive activities, by officers and employees, repealing relevant statutes: HB 1062
Surplus real property, governmental, sale at discount by city or town for affordable low-income housing: HB 1563, SHB 1563, E2SHB 1563, SB 5598, SSB 5598
Tourism, city or town use of dedicated tax revenues for fiscal relief: SB 5005
Traffic impacts, mitigation fees imposed under SEPA for, limiting city authority to impose in certain cases: HB 2161, SB 6263
Transportation projects, environmental review and permitting, reforming to expedite projects through streamlined environmental decision making, role of local governments: HB 1978, ESHB 1978, HB 2070, SHB 2070, SB 6051
Transportation projects, in local comprehensive plans subject to environmental analysis, state environmental policy act exemption: HB 2096
Vessels, publicly owned, transfer by city or town: HB 1245, * ESHB 1245, CH 291 (2013), SB 5663, ESSB 5663
Warrant officers, establishment in first-class cities to enforce court orders and outstanding warrants: SB 5998
Wenatchee, celebrating apple blossom festival and honoring apple blossom festival court: * SR 8653 (2013), * SR 8690 (2014)
Westport, 100th year anniversary, recognizing: * HR 4672 (2014)
Zoning, proposed rezoning, notice to property owners: HB 1053
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Tax preferences, implementing commission recommendations: SB 5041
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Legislators' salaries, commission to fix at average starting salary of elementary school science teacher: HB 2655
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               (See also ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS; CONSTITUTION, STATE; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE; JUDGMENTS; MENTAL HEALTH)
Abandoned or derelict vessels, decisions or actions concerning, civil penalties: HB 1245, * ESHB 1245, CH 291 (2013), SB 5663, ESSB 5663
Adverse possession, twenty-year limit for land recovery actions and related provisions: HB 2292
Apiarists, immunity from civil liability, conditions and limitations: SB 5696, SSB 5696
Beekeeping, apiarists, immunity from civil liability, conditions and limitations: SB 5696, SSB 5696
Boating infractions, refusing to submit to alcohol or THC concentration or drug presence testing: HB 1758, SB 5437, * SSB 5437, CH 278 (2013)
Child passenger restraints in vehicles, failure to comply with requirements, admissibility in civil action: HB 1696, SB 5574
Cruelty to animals, failure to provide care: HB 1202, SB 5204
Cruelty to animals, prohibiting sale or auction of animals on public property, civil infraction: HB 1201, SB 5203
Cruelty to animals, unsafe confinement in vehicle or enclosed space: HB 1202, SHB 1202, SB 5204
Cruelty to animals, veterinarian liability protections when reporting: HB 1186, * SB 5102, CH 245 (2013)
Debt buyers, actions against debtors, licensing requirement: * SHB 1822, CH 148 (2013)
Debt buyers, actions and arbitration proceedings against debtors and debt buyers: HB 1069, HB 1822
Deeds of trust, civil infractions involving, to be class 1 civil infractions: HB 2656
Defamation, uniform correction or clarification of defamation act: HB 1406, * ESB 5236, CH 294 (2013)
Defensive force, including deadly force, person using to be immune from civil action in certain cases: HB 2324
Easements, private right-of-way maintenance agreements and civil actions: HB 1029, SHB 1029, 2SHB 1029
Fire damage, to public or private forested land, civil action to recover damages for: HB 2103, SB 5972, * ESSB 5972, CH 81 (2014)
Firearms and ammunition manufacturers, product liability provisions applicable to, adding further limits to: HB 2020
Foreign laws, prohibiting enforcement to avoid violating constitutional rights: HB 1392, SB 6118
Government surveillance using extraordinary sensing devices, legal action for damages in certain cases: HB 2179, SHB 2179, * EHB 2789 (2014) V
Health care peer review committees, information and records created for: * ESB 5666, CH 301 (2013)
Health care quality assurance committees, information and records created for: * ESB 5666, CH 301 (2013)
Health care quality improvement programs and committees, information and records created for: * ESB 5666, CH 301 (2013)
Immunity from liability, peace officers acting reasonably, to include using less lethal weapon: HB 1678
Immunity, emergency medical personnel, use of medical order form concerning futile emergency medical treatment: SB 5562, SSB 5562
Land use decisions, appeals of, prevailing party fees and costs, modifying court role in determining and awarding: SB 6534
Land use decisions, appeals of, prevailing party fees and costs, repealing statute: SSB 6534
Liability, government entities, agencies, officers, and employees, limits on liability for damages due to tortious conduct: SB 5803
Liability, health care providers credentialing other health care providers to respond to emergencies, immunity in certain cases: * SHB 2492, CH 159 (2014)
Liability, health care providers responding to emergencies, immunity in certain cases: HB 2492
Liability, immunity from, for good samaritans using epinephrine autoinjector (EPI pen) at scene of emergency: SB 6229
Liability, joint and several in certain cases of contributory fault, exempting department of transportation in certain actions for damages: HB 1984
Liability, landowners, revising provisions to encourage recreational access: HB 2150, SHB 2150, HB 2243, SB 6508
Liability, person operating unmanned aircraft in Washington airspace: HB 2178
Liability, product liability provisions applicable to firearms and ammunition manufacturers, adding further limits to: HB 2020
Liability, school district employees rendering emergency care, immunity in certain cases: * SB 6128, CH 204 (2014) PV
Local government, claims against, tortious conduct by entities, officers, and employees, placing limits on liability for damages: SB 5803
Marriage, solemnizations of, authorizing without requiring elected officials to perform, including civil immunity for refusal: HB 1589
Marriage, solemnizations of, requirements and procedures for surname changes, as well as exemption from certain name change requirements: HB 1838
Marriage, solemnizations of, requirements and procedures for surname changes, including criminal offenders and sex offenders: ESHB 1838, SB 6410
Misclassification of employees, penalties under employee fair classification act: HB 1440, SHB 1440, 2SHB 1440, HB 2334, SB 5526
Moorage facilities, fee immunity for: HB 2631, SB 6207, SSB 6207
Parentage, adjudication of, provisions: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5135, * SSB 5135, CH 246 (2013)
Prescription drug donation for uninsured persons, civil immunity provisions: HB 1382, SHB 1382, SB 5148, * SSB 5148, CH 260 (2013)
Primitive roads, actions for damages arising from vehicular traffic on, removing certain factors from consideration in: * SB 6219, CH 205 (2014)
Prisoners, serious violent offenders, civil action against victim, authorization by judge: HB 2102, * SHB 2102, CH 113 (2014)
Ramps, boat ramps and adjacent parking lots, fee immunity for: HB 2631, SB 6207, SSB 6207
Real property, actions for damage to property, deadline for commencing: HB 2120, SHB 2120, SB 5031, SSB 5031
Safety belts, failure to comply with requirements, admissibility in civil action: HB 1696, SB 5574
Service members civil relief, civil actions and proceedings: HB 2171, * SHB 2171, CH 65 (2014), SB 5989
Sexual exploitation of children, civil liability and legal action for damages: SSB 6435
Shooting ranges, sport, protecting ranges and range owners and operators from liability: HB 1184, SB 6198
Social networking, accounts and profiles, prohibiting employer demand that employee provide information or access, civil action for violation: SB 5211
Social networking, accounts, prohibiting employer demand that employee provide information or access, civil action for violation: * SSB 5211, CH 330 (2013)
State environmental policy act, judicial review of decisions made under, cause of action for persons adversely affected by: HB 2271
State government, claims against, tortious conduct by agencies, institutions, officers, and employees, placing limits on liability for damages: SB 5803
Surname changes after solemnization of marriage, requirements and procedures, including criminal offenders and sex offenders: ESHB 1838, SB 6410
Surname changes after solemnization of marriage, requirements, procedures, and exemption from certain name change requirements: HB 1838
Tortious conduct by state agencies, oversight through legislative hearings: SB 6274, SSB 6274
Tortious conduct by state, claims for damages, electronic presentment: HB 1762, * SB 5136, CH 188 (2013)
Tortious conduct, liability for damages due to, placing limits on liability of local government entities, officers, and employees: SB 5803
Tortious conduct, liability for damages due to, placing limits on liability of state government agencies, institutions, officers, and employees: SB 5803
Transportation, department of, exemption in actions for damages from certain joint and several liability provision in cases of contributory fault: HB 1984
Trespass upon business owner's premises, actions for: HB 2353, ESHB 2353
Unmanned aircraft, person operating in Washington airspace, liability for damages: HB 2178
Wrongful conviction and imprisonment, claim for compensation: HB 1341, * ESHB 1341, CH 175 (2013) PV
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Air pollution control authorities, supplemental income from component cities and counties, certain exclusions: SB 5368, SSB 5368
Asbestos-containing building materials, labeling requirements, enforcement by department of ecology or local air authorities: HB 1926, SB 5458, * ESSB 5458, CH 51 (2013)
Environmental decision making, agencies to include community organizations in highly impacted communities: HB 1434
Permits, various, agencies to include community organizations in certain permit issuance processes: HB 1434
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Reprieve, petitions for, recommendations to governor by board concerning: SB 6566
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Climate impacts group, codifying existence of: HB 2654, SHB 2654
Climate legislative and executive work group, creation, governor to chair: HB 1915, SHB 1915, SB 5802, SSB 5802, * E2SSB 5802, CH 6 (2013)
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Liquor control board, renaming as state liquor and cannabis board, code reviser to prepare bill changing RCW references: 2SSB 5887, E3SSB 5887
Liquor control board, renaming as state substance control board, code reviser to prepare bill changing RCW references: SSB 5887
RCW, gender-based terms, technical corrections: SB 5077, * SSB 5077, CH 23 (2013) PV
RCW, technical corrections: HB 1064
COLLECTION AGENCIES AND DEBT COLLECTION  (See ATTORNEYS; BUSINESSES; STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS)
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               (See also COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES; HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES AUTHORITY; STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS; STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT COUNCIL)
Advising, establishing online higher education transfer and student advising system: HB 1320, SHB 1320, SB 5544, SSB 5544
Alcohol tasting, allowing students under age 21 in viticulture and enology classes to taste wine: HB 1459
Alcohol tasting, permit to allow state or regional university students at least age 18 to taste wine and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 6386
Alcohol tasting, permit to allow students under age 21 in viticulture and enology classes to taste wine: SHB 1459
Alcohol tasting, permit to allow students under age 21 to taste alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 5774
Alternative credit degree program, online, Central Washington University to host: HB 2352, SHB 2352
Apprenticeships, higher education, earnings and employment data for those completing, web site publication of: HB 2443
Artworks for college buildings, suspending expenditure of construction funds for art: SB 5120
Ballot drop boxes, placing at each public institution of higher education: ESHB 1290
Bonuses and incentives for presidents and chancellors, restricting amounts: HB 1176
Budgets of departments, posting on education data center's data dashboard: SHB 2336
Budgets of departments, posting on institution's web site: HB 2336
Campus information, including branch campuses, to be included on statewide public four-year dashboard: SB 6482, SSB 6482
Central Washington University, authority to offer educational specialist degrees: HB 1544, SB 5559, * SSB 5559, CH 296 (2013)
Central Washington University, hosting online alternative credit degree program: HB 2352, SHB 2352
Chancellors, bonuses and incentives, restricting amounts: HB 1176
Child care, funding in part with unclaimed prize money deposits from state lottery account into student child care in higher education account: HB 1873, SB 5730
Civic educators, honoring: * HR 4612 (2013), * HR 4678 (2014)
College credit, dual high school/college credit courses, reviewing higher education institution policies: HB 2285
College in the high school program, authorizing earlier participation: HB 2621
Construction, major capital projects, raising threshold for predesign requirements: HB 1769, ESHB 1769, HB 2613, * SHB 2613, CH 162 (2014), SB 5780, SB 6362, SSB 6362
Construction, minor works projects, raising threshold for higher education institutions: HB 1769, ESHB 1769, SB 5780
Degree production, incentives for institutions: HB 2653
Degree programs, self-supporting and fee-based, committee to consider: HB 1669, * SHB 1669, CH 60 (2014), SB 5713, SSB 5713
Degrees and certificates, completers of, web site publication of earnings and employment data: HB 2443
Degrees, educational specialist, authorizing at Central Washington University and Western Washington University: HB 1544, SB 5559
Degrees, educational specialist, authorizing at Central Washington University, The Evergreen State College, and Western Washington University: * SSB 5559, CH 296 (2013)
Disabilities, students with, legislative task force on improving access to higher education for students with disabilities, establishing: SB 5180, * SSB 5180, CH 231 (2013)
DUI courts, establishing college DUI courts: SB 5023
Eastern Washington University, honoring president Dr. Rodolfo Arevalo: * SR 8684 (2014)
Educational achievement and tuition reduction incentive program, establishing to provide new incentive funding: SB 5390
Educational attainment goals, statewide, indicating: HB 2626, * ESHB 2626, CH 209 (2014) PV
Electronic signatures, use by higher education institutions and agencies: * HB 1736, CH 218 (2013), SB 5736
Employees, authority of institutions to pay biweekly: HB 2613, * SHB 2613, CH 162 (2014), SB 6362, SSB 6362, 2SSB 6362
Employees, four-year colleges and universities, review of exempt and civil service classification practices: HB 2788
Employees, part-time, eligibility for benefits, using Washington health benefit exchange: ESSB 5905
Enology and viticulture programs, students under age 21 in, allowing tasting of wine: HB 1459
Enology and viticulture programs, students under age 21 in, permit to allow tasting of wine: SHB 1459
Enrollments, expected, providing funding for: SB 5421
Evergreen State College, The, authority to offer educational specialist degrees: * SSB 5559, CH 296 (2013)
Evergreen State College, The, real property financing contracts, authority to enter into, conditions: HB 1769, SB 5780
Faculty, eligibility for benefits, modifying provisions concerning: SB 5905, ESSB 5905
Faculty, eligibility for benefits, using Washington health benefit exchange for part-time employees: ESSB 5905
Faculty, part-time, eligibility for benefits, modifying provisions concerning: HB 1587, SB 5542, SB 5905, ESSB 5905
Faculty, part-time, health benefits for, using Washington health benefit exchange: ESSB 5905
Fees imposed by higher education institutions, inventorying as part of state fee inventory: * SB 5751, CH 63 (2013)
Financial aid, adding criteria to aid immigrant students granted deferred action for childhood arrival status: HB 1817, ESHB 1817, HB 1998
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, adding criteria to aid immigrant students granted deferred action for childhood arrival status: HB 1817
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, expanding for resident students: SB 5655
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, work group concerning, establishment: SB 6436, * ESSB 6436, CH 215 (2014)
Financial aid, college bound scholarship, modifying program and renaming as college bound pay it forward program: HB 2619
Financial aid, defining certain military members and their families as resident students for purpose of: HB 2726
Financial aid, extending state need grant eligibility to Western Governors University - Washington: HB 1322, SB 5195, * SSB 5195, CH 248 (2013)
Financial aid, federal, recognizing schools as institutions of postsecondary study for the sake of, conditions: * HB 1683, CH 201 (2013)
Financial aid, in-state, redefining "resident student" to prevent illegal aliens from qualifying: SB 5087
Financial aid, Miss Auburn scholarship program, recognizing: * SR 8693 (2014)
Financial aid, pay it forward program, creation: HB 2720, SHB 2720
Financial aid, providing institution's policies to admitted and prospective students: * SB 6358, CH 53 (2014)
Financial aid, rules and regulations, monitoring compliance and performance of higher education institutions: HB 1843, SHB 1843
Financial aid, state need grant eligibility: HB 1453, SB 5028, SSB 5028
Financial aid, state need grant eligibility, certain immigrant students: HB 1817, ESHB 1817, HB 1998, * SB 6523, CH 1 (2014)
Financial aid, state need grant eligibility, expanding for resident students: SB 5655
Financial aid, state need grant eligibility, extending in certain cases: SB 5670
Financial aid, state need grant eligibility, prohibiting creation of priority status for any resident students: HB 2726
Financial aid, state need grant program, setting grant awards for certain private institutions at same level as public universities: HB 1878
Financial aid, state need grant renewal, modifying requirements: HB 2615
Financial aid, state need grant, application to be developed by office of student financial assistance: HB 1626
Financial aid, state need grant, authorizing capital gains tax to provide funding for: HB 2087
Financial aid, state need grant, modifying program and renaming as state need pay it forward programs: HB 2619
Financial aid, state need grants, awarding to legally present resident students to be priority: SB 6559
Financial aid, Washington advance higher education loan program, creating as pilot program: HB 2429, SHB 2429
Funding for expected enrollments, budget provisions: SB 5421
Funding for higher education access, education legacy trust account, preserving deposits to account through estate and transfer tax modifications: EHB 1920, HB 2064, SHB 2064, * EHB 2075, CH 2 (2013)
Funding for higher education access, preserving through application of estate and transfer tax to certain property transfers: SB 5939, SSB 5939
Funding for higher education institutions, appropriations: ESHB 2034
Funding for higher education institutions, funding from estate tax increase: HB 1494
Funding for higher education institutions, funding from sales and use taxes: SB 5693
Funding for higher education institutions, mandatory baseline enrollment-based funding by state and additional funding based on performance: SB 5883, SSB 5883, SB 5936, SB 5942
Funding for higher education institutions, work group to review per-resident student state funding rates: SB 5936, SB 5942
Funding for higher education, increasing by narrowing nonresident sales tax preference: EHB 2036
Funding for higher education, increasing by narrowing or eliminating certain tax preferences: ESHB 2034, HB 2038, ESHB 2038, HB 2465
Funding for higher education, kids first act, prioritizing state revenue growth for education: SSB 5881
Funding for higher education, modifying state expenditure limit to limit non-education expenditures: SB 5895, 2ESSB 5895
Funding for higher education, sales tax revenues from remote sellers, deposit in education legacy trust account: SB 6571
Funding for public 4-year higher education institutions, incentive funding appropriations distribution methodology: SB 6042
Funding for public 4-year higher education institutions, incentive funding appropriations distribution methodology and data reporting requirements: SSB 6042
GET ready for college program, establishment: SB 5044
Gonzaga University, contributions to Washington state, recognizing: * HR 4604 (2013)
Gonzaga University, men's and women's basketball teams, honoring: * HR 4703 (2014)
Gonzaga University, requiring basketball teams to play University of Washington each season: SB 6583
Health professional loan repayment and scholarship program, awards to medical residents or dental students who agree to work in certain rural areas: SB 5615
Health professional loan repayment and scholarship program, extending participation to health care residents: * SSB 5615, CH 298 (2013)
Health professional loan repayment and scholarship program, increasing funding by contracting with fund-raiser: * SSB 5615, CH 298 (2013)
Health professional loan repayment and scholarship program, specifying medical residents and dental students who agree to work with hospitals and federally qualified health centers: SB 5615
High employer demand programs, establishment of new economy scholars fund to expand: HB 2049
High-demand occupations, establishing meeting industry demand program to prepare students for: HB 1936
High-technology research and development investment working group, integrating with higher education investments: SB 6267, SSB 6267
Higher education committee, joint, abolishing: HB 1048, SHB 1048
Higher education, amending constitution to make support of public higher education institutions the state's second highest duty: SJR 8209
Holidays, two unpaid for students, to include faith or conscience: * SSB 5173, CH 168 (2014)
Immigrant students, deferred action for childhood arrival status, financial aid: HB 1817, ESHB 1817, HB 1998, * SB 6523, CH 1 (2014)
Immigrant students, state need grant eligibility, expanding in certain cases: * SB 6523, CH 1 (2014)
Independent Colleges of Washington, commending: * HR 4611 (2013), * SR 8644 (2013)
Information technology expenditures, by higher education institutions, evaluation and approval of: SB 5891, * ESSB 5891, CH 33 (2013)
Inmate postsecondary education degree programs, implementation by department of corrections: HB 1429, SHB 1429, HB 2486, SHB 2486, 2SHB 2486, SB 6344
Institutional performance plans, including negotiated targets to determine performance incentive funding: HB 2613
Institutional quality, measurement of, requirements: HB 2613
Instructional materials, sales by college bookstores to students, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1160
Instructional materials, school, tax exemption for sales of: HB 2640, SB 6486
Intellectual property rights, assignment at state universities: SB 5247
International students, lawful nonimmigrant status, tuition surcharge: SB 5893
Kidnapping offenders, registered, notice to college when offender will be attending or employed, modifying requirements: SB 5094
Kids first act, prioritizing state revenue growth for education: SSB 5881
Meeting industry demand program, establishing to prepare students for high demand occupations in industry: HB 1936
Mentoring and service learning, statewide public-private higher education consortium to increase K-12 and college opportunities: HB 2400, SHB 2400
Military reserve members, rights as higher education students: * SB 5343, CH 271 (2013)
Military training, higher education credit for, awarding: HB 1858, SHB 1858, SB 5969, * SSB 5969, CH 186 (2014)
Military, members and their families, defining as resident students for financial aid purposes: HB 2726
Minorities, studying initiative 200's impact on minorities in higher education: SB 6556
National guard members, early registration: * HB 1109, CH 67 (2013)
National guard members, rights as higher education students: * SB 5343, CH 271 (2013)
New economy scholars fund, establishment to expand high employer demand programs: HB 2049
Northwest Indian college, tax incentives for donating laboratory equipment to college: SB 5131
Online higher education transfer and student advising system, establishing: HB 1320, SHB 1320, SB 5544, SSB 5544
Opportunity scholarship board, expanding membership: HB 1251, HB 2612, SB 6423, SSB 6423, E2SSB 6423
Opportunity scholarship program, modifying provisions: HB 2612, * SHB 2612, CH 208 (2014), SB 6423, SSB 6423, E2SSB 6423
Pacific Lutheran University, honoring life and work of Forrest "Frosty" Westering: * SR 8658 (2013)
Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, developing high quality family practice residency programs: SHB 2109
Peace Corps, top volunteer-producing colleges, 2013, recognizing: * HR 4620 (2013), * SR 8636 (2013)
Peer mentoring, at-risk elementary students, encouraging college attendance: SB 5026
Placement in precollege courses, use of multiple measures to determine: SB 6083
Presidents, bonuses and incentives, restricting amounts: HB 1176
Public works certified payroll records collection pilot project, mandatory participation for certain four-year higher education projects: SB 5823
Real property financing contracts, authority of regional universities and The Evergreen State College to enter into, conditions: HB 1769, SB 5780
Regional universities, real property financing contracts, authority to enter into, conditions: HB 1769, SB 5780
Reporting requirements for higher education institutions, reviewing and reporting for sake of streamlining and coordinating: * HB 1736, CH 218 (2013), SB 5736
Revenue and expenditures, availability on education data center data dashboard: SHB 2651
Revised code of Washington, higher education provisions, decodifications, expirations, and technical clarifications to: HB 2546, ESHB 2546
Scholarships offered by nonprofits, available to children and spouses of certain injured workers, information provided by department of labor and industries: * HB 1863, CH 134 (2013)
Seattle University, special license plates: * HB 2100, CH 6 (2014), SB 5259
Sex offenders, registered, notice to college when offender will be attending or employed, modifying requirements: SB 5094
Sex offenders, registered, requirements for notifications by college when offender will be attending or employed: SB 5094
Student advisory committees, formation at four-year institutions: HB 1331, SHB 1331, * HB 1736, CH 218 (2013)
Student completion, measurement of, requirements: SB 6362, SSB 6362, 2SSB 6362
Student, resident, narrowing definition to exclude certain nonimmigrant status visa holders: HB 1881
Students, low-income, program to increase college applications from high-achieving low-income high school students: HB 2694, SHB 2694, 2SHB 2694
Students, percentages of resident, nonresident, and foreign, boards of regents and trustees to set guidelines for: HB 1739
Students, rights when national guard or military reserve member: * SB 5343, CH 271 (2013)
Students, two unpaid holidays, to include faith or conscience: * SSB 5173, CH 168 (2014)
Transferring, establishing online higher education transfer and student advising systems: HB 1320, SHB 1320, SB 5544, SSB 5544
Tuition and fees, exemption for children and surviving spouses of certain highway workers: HB 2587, SHB 2587, SB 6370, SSB 6370
Tuition and fees, waiver for certain persons wrongfully convicted and imprisoned: HB 1341, * ESHB 1341, CH 175 (2013) PV
Tuition, differential tuition increases, restricting to avoid negative impact on advanced college tuition payment (GET) program: SB 5835, SSB 5835
Tuition, differential tuition, limiting: HB 1043, SB 5548
Tuition, establishing tuition support fund program: HB 1725
Tuition, establishing tuition support fund program, to be known as tuition assistance program for Washingtonians' education: SHB 1725
Tuition, higher education funding formula legislative task force, establishing: SHB 1624
Tuition, in-state, redefining "resident student" to prevent illegal aliens from qualifying: SB 5087
Tuition, nonresident, surcharge for international students with lawful nonimmigrant status: SB 5893
Tuition, omnibus appropriations act levels, extending institution authority to adopt different levels: HB 1048, SHB 1048
Tuition, omnibus appropriations act levels, reporting when increased beyond: HB 2613, * SHB 2613, CH 162 (2014), SB 6362, SSB 6362, 2SSB 6362
Tuition, resident undergraduate rates, establishing legislative task force on resident undergraduate tuition: SSB 6043
Tuition, resident undergraduates, decreasing rates for 2013-2015 biennium and limiting future rate growth: SB 5937, SB 5941
Tuition, resident undergraduates, requiring uniform reductions and increases: HB 1043, SB 5548
Tuition, resident undergraduates, restricting differential tuition increases to avoid negative impact on advanced college tuition payment (GET) program: SB 5835, SSB 5835
Tuition, resident undergraduates, restricting increases at four-year universities: HB 1624, SHB 1624
Tuition, resident undergraduates, restricting through relation to current average annual wage: SB 6043, SB 6563
Tuition, resident, active military members and veterans: EHB 1011, SB 5179, * SB 5318, CH 183 (2014)
Tuition, two-year freeze on tuition rates: SB 5420
University of Washington, climate impacts group, university to administratively house: HB 2654, SHB 2654
University of Washington, financial audit of, state auditor to conduct: HB 2308, SB 5777, SB 5928
University of Washington, health sciences library, online access for certain health care professionals: HB 1344, SHB 1344, * ESB 5206, CH 249 (2013)
University of Washington, intellectual property rights assignment: SB 5247
University of Washington, partners for our children, developing child welfare service delivery measurements: HB 1774
University of Washington, products developed through research and development, business and occupation tax exemption for manufacturer with licensing agreement: SB 5251, SSB 5251
University of Washington, requiring basketball teams to play Gonzaga University each season: SB 6583
University of Washington, school of medicine, developing high quality family practice residency programs: HB 2109, SHB 2109
University of Washington, sea grant program, coordinating research on geoduck aquaculture and ocean acidification: HB 1761
University of Washington, sea grant program, promoting shellfish aquaculture research and establishing shellfish aquaculture public information center: HB 1894, SHB 1894
Vessels, publicly owned, transfer by higher education institution: * ESHB 1245, CH 291 (2013)
Veterans, early registration: * HB 1109, CH 67 (2013)
Viticulture and enology programs, students under age 21 in, allowing tasting of wine: HB 1459
Viticulture and enology programs, students under age 21 in, permit to allow tasting of wine: SHB 1459
Washington advance higher education loan program, creating as pilot program: HB 2429, SHB 2429
Washington State College, 1915 national champion football team, honoring 99th anniversary of: * SR 8715 (2014)
Washington State University, administration of Washington research institute for teaching excellence: HB 2661
Washington State University, authority to conduct research concerning industrial hemp production, conditions: HB 1888, SHB 1888, 2SHB 1888, SB 5954
Washington State University, celebrating the career of Dr. R. James Cook: * SR 8677 (2014)
Washington State University, conducting study of feasibility and desirability of industrial hemp production: SB 5222, SSB 5222, SB 6214, SSB 6214, 2SSB 6214
Washington State University, consulting with department of agriculture concerning underproducing agricultural land: SHB 1188
Washington State University, convening sustainable aviation biofuels work group: * E2SSB 6518, CH 174 (2014)
Washington State University, cooperative extension service, establishing shellfish aquaculture public information center: HB 1761
Washington State University, densified biomass wood fuel and associated heating appliances, university role expanding use of: SB 5555
Washington State University, densified biomass wood fuel pilot project, development by university's energy program: SB 5709, * ESSB 5709, CH 308 (2013)
Washington State University, financial audit of, state auditor to conduct: HB 2308, SB 5777, SB 5928
Washington State University, intellectual property rights assignment: SB 5247
Washington State University, Mount Vernon center, working with department of agriculture concerning underproducing agricultural land: HB 1188
Washington State University, products developed through research and development, business and occupation tax exemption for manufacturer with licensing agreement: SB 5251, SSB 5251
Washington State University, requesting SR 26 be named Crimson and Gray Cougar Highway: SJM 8016
Washington State University, studying railcar oil spill response and recovery: SB 6576
Washington State University, studying state's response and recovery in cases of oil railcar accidents: SHB 2347, E2SHB 2347
Washington State University, transferring innovate Washington's property to: SB 6518, SSB 6518
Washington State University, transferring innovate Washington's real property to: * E2SSB 6518, CH 174 (2014)
Web site, education data center data dashboard, institution's information on: SHB 2651
Web site, higher education transparency, creating: HB 2651
Western Governors University - Washington, extending state need grant eligibility to: HB 1322, SB 5195, * SSB 5195, CH 248 (2013)
Western Washington University, authority to offer applied doctorate level degrees in audiology: HB 1614, SHB 1614, * SB 5472, CH 281 (2013)
Western Washington University, authority to offer educational specialist degrees: HB 1544, SB 5559, * SSB 5559, CH 296 (2013)
Western Washington University, hosting statewide mentoring and service learning consortium: HB 2400, SHB 2400
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Aerospace industry, appropriations for permitting and training, department role: * EHB 2088, CH 1 (2013), SB 5953
Aerospace industry, supporting and expanding through multiple strategies, department role: SB 5926
Agricultural labor skills and safety grant program, department to create and administer: HB 1072, SHB 1072, 2SHB 1072
Broadband office, Washington state, creating and using digital cross-system infrastructure maps for state economic development prioritizing, office role: HB 1819, ESHB 1819
Business regulatory efficiency program, establishing, department to regulate: * HB 1818, CH 324 (2013), SB 5765
Central services of state government, including department, conforming amendments prompted by reorganization and streamlining: HB 2098, SHB 2098
Community empowerment zones, tax deferrals for investment projects in, apprentice utilization requirement: HB 1023, SHB 1023, SB 5393
Community empowerment zones, tax deferrals for investment projects in, prevailing wage requirement: HB 1025, SHB 1025, SB 5395
Community empowerment zones, tax deferrals for investment projects in, resident workers requirement: HB 1026, SB 5394
Densified biomass wood fuel and associated heating appliances, department role in expanding use of: SB 5555
Digital cross-system infrastructure maps, creating and using for state economic development prioritizing, department role: HB 1819, ESHB 1819
Energy office, Washington state, creating and using digital cross-system infrastructure maps for state economic development prioritizing, office role: HB 1819, ESHB 1819
Environmental justice, department efforts concerning disproportionately adverse health and environmental impacts on low-income and minority populations: HB 1434
Essential needs and housing support program, effective date of modifications to, changing: * SB 6573, CH 218 (2014)
Essential needs and housing support program, eligibility for, determining: HB 2069, * SHB 2069, CH 10 (2013)
Essential needs and housing support program, persons with disability eligible for, continuation of safety net benefits: HB 2069, * SHB 2069, CH 10 (2013)
Federal receipts, requiring that department report concerning federal financial assistance: SB 5804, * SSB 5804, CH 32 (2013)
Fuel, local government electricity or biofuel usage for vehicles, vessels, and construction equipment, department to convene advisory committee to develop rules: * ESB 5099, CH 328 (2013)
Greenhouse gas emissions, state agency rules regulating, prohibiting without legislative authorization: HB 1169
Homeless persons, homeless status certification pilot program, establishment by department: SHB 2415
Homeless persons, temporary homeless status certification, creation by department: HB 2415
Housing trust fund, funding by, preference for school district-housing authority projects helping low-income children: HB 2462, SB 6338
Housing trust fund, revising provisions concerning administrative costs of department: HB 1617, * SHB 1617, CH 145 (2013), SB 5439, SSB 5439
Innovate Washington, eliminating of, transferring all data to department: SSB 6518
Innovate Washington, eliminating of, transferring mission, powers, duties, and functions to department and creating innovate Washington program: SHB 2029, SB 6518
Innovate Washington, eliminating of, transferring mission, powers, duties, functions, and property to department and creating innovate Washington program: * E2SSB 6518, CH 174 (2014)
Innovate Washington, eliminating of, transferring powers, duties, and functions to department: HB 2029
Local infrastructure financing tool program, methods for evaluating program to include report by department: HB 2382
Low-income families, energy assistance for, department role in increasing: SB 6154
Microenterprise development program, eliminating: SHB 2029, * E2SHB 2029, CH 112 (2014)
Real property, surplus governmental, selling or leasing by agencies for affordable low-income housing, department role: HB 1563, SB 5598, SSB 5598
Regulatory streamlining projects, multijurisdictional, establishment, department role: * HB 1818, CH 324 (2013), SB 5765
Renewable energy system cost recovery incentive program, creation as new program, department to administer: HB 1105, SHB 1105
Resource plans, integrated electric utility, updating requirements, including department role: * EHB 1826, CH 149 (2013)
Rule making by department, specific grant of legislative authority, requirement: HB 1163
Sanitary sewer system service providers, department updating of guidance to: SHB 2186
Science or technology center, zoo, and aquarium facilities, competitive grant program for acquiring or constructing: HB 1405, SB 5146, SSB 5146
Start-up economy, promoting and facilitating, department role: HB 2052
Statewide coordinating committee on sex trafficking, establishment, department to administer: * ESHB 1291, CH 121 (2013)
Statewide significance, projects of, designation by department: HB 1754, SB 5805, SB 6355
Transitional housing operating and rent program, eligible housing organizations, removing state quality award program application requirement: HB 1425, SB 5311
Transportation projects, environmental and compensatory mitigation, restricting imposition by permitting agency of land acquisition requirements: HB 2095
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Fishing fleet, Washington state commercial: * SR 8710 (2014)
Fishing fleet, Washington state commercial, 2013 blessing of the fleet: * HR 4653 (2013), * SR 8627 (2013)
Fishing fleet, Washington state commercial, 2014 blessing of the fleet: * HR 4679 (2014), * SR 8710 (2014)
Invasive species, aquatic, infractions to include transporting watercraft into state without valid documentation: SB 5702, * SSB 5702, CH 307 (2013)
Oil, crude oil and refined petroleum, measures to ensure safety when transporting: HB 2347, SHB 2347, E2SHB 2347, SB 6262
Spill prevention and response act, concerning safety of oil and hazardous material transportation in state: SB 6524, SSB 6524
Spill prevention and response, concerning safety of oil and hazardous material transportation in state: E2SSB 6524
Spill prevention and response, concerning safety of oil transportation in state: SB 6576
Stevedoring, preferential tax rates, eliminating to provide basic education and higher education funding: HB 2038
Vessels for hire, person or employee who has, conditions for leasing or chartering: HB 1758, SB 5437, * SSB 5437, CH 278 (2013)
Vessels, imposing fee for commercial vessel moorage at moorage facility, revenue to fund derelict vessel removal program: HB 2457, SHB 2457, * 2SHB 2457, CH 195 (2014)
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COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES  COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES RSS Feed
               (See also COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES, STATE BOARD; HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES AUTHORITY; STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS; STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT COUNCIL)
Advising, establishing online higher education transfer and student advising system: HB 1320, SHB 1320, SB 5544, SSB 5544
Aerospace industry, appropriations for permitting and training, role of colleges: * EHB 2088, CH 1 (2013), SB 5953
Alcohol tasting, allowing students under age 21 in viticulture and enology classes to taste wine: HB 1459
Alcohol tasting, permit to allow students at least age 18 to taste alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: * SSB 5774, CH 59 (2013)
Alcohol tasting, permit to allow students under age 21 in viticulture and enology classes to taste wine: SHB 1459
Alcohol tasting, permit to allow students under age 21 to taste alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 5774
Applied science, honorary bachelor degrees, conferring by certain colleges: * HB 2398, CH 158 (2014)
Apprenticeships, higher education, earnings and employment data for those completing, web site publication of: HB 2443
Artworks for college buildings, suspending expenditure of construction funds for art: SB 5120
Baccalaureate programs, high-demand applied, developing and aligning with high school STEM programs and career and technical education: SB 5624, SSB 5624, * 2SSB 5624, CH 55 (2013)
Ballot drop boxes, placing at each public institution of higher education: ESHB 1290
Boards of trustees, membership, removing requirement for member from business in certain districts: HB 1536, SB 5567
Boards of trustees, membership, requiring members from business and labor: SHB 1536
Budgets of departments, posting on education data center's data dashboard: SHB 2336
Budgets of departments, posting on institution's web site: HB 2336
Centers of excellence, revising provisions: HB 1823, SHB 1823
Child care, funding in part with unclaimed prize money deposits from state lottery account into student child care in higher education account: HB 1873, SB 5730
Civic educators, honoring: * HR 4612 (2013), * HR 4678 (2014)
College credit, dual high school/college credit courses, reviewing higher education institution policies: HB 2285
College in the high school program, authorizing earlier participation: HB 2621
Construction, major capital projects, raising threshold for predesign requirements: HB 1769, ESHB 1769, HB 2613, * SHB 2613, CH 162 (2014), SB 5780, SB 6362, SSB 6362
Construction, minor works projects, raising threshold for higher education institutions: HB 1769, ESHB 1769, SB 5780
Customized employment training program, modifying provisions and adding expiration date: SB 5783
Degrees and certificates, completers of, web site publication of earnings and employment data: HB 2443
Digital college in the high school, establishment as pilot project: HB 1208
Disabilities, students with, legislative task force on improving access to higher education for students with disabilities, establishing: SB 5180, * SSB 5180, CH 231 (2013)
DUI courts, establishing college DUI courts: SB 5023<