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

CAMERAS  (See ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS; PUBLIC TRANSIT; TRAFFIC)
CAMPAIGNS, POLITICAL  (See ELECTIONS)
CANCER  (See HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC)
CANNABIS AND CANNABINOIDS  (See BUSINESSES; DRUGS; HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC; HEALTH CARE; LIQUOR AND CANNABIS BOARD)
CAPITAL BUDGET  (See BUDGETS)
CAPITAL PROJECTS ADVISORY REVIEW BOARD  CAPITAL PROJECTS ADVISORY REVIEW BOARD RSS Feed
               
Public-private agreements, board to create subcommittee of project review committee for: HB 2726
CAPITOL CAMPUS, STATE  CAPITOL CAMPUS, STATE RSS Feed
               (See also ENTERPRISE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT)
1063 Capitol Way, naming new building the Helen Sommers Building: * EHCR 4400 (2018), SCR 8403, SSCR 8403
Capitol campus design advisory committee, appointment of members, modifying: SB 5922
Enterprise services, department of, director to be appointed by new committee: SB 5922
Legislative gift center, sales of craft distillery and microbrewery products by: SB 6212
Parking, rules, infractions, and adjudication: HB 1852, SB 5672
State capital historical museum, former, name to revert to historic Lord mansion: * HB 1853, CH 117 (2017), SB 5660
State capitol committee, new committee to approve certain campus actions of: SB 5922
State capitol executive committee, establishing: SB 5922
State capitol group campus, definition and new committee's authority concerning: SB 5922
CASELOAD FORECAST COUNCIL  CASELOAD FORECAST COUNCIL RSS Feed
               
Adoption support services, forecasting and budgeting, council role, when: EHB 2008
Adult basic education courses, community and technical college enrollment forecast: HB 2399, SB 6169
Child abuse or neglect, screened-in reports of, council forecasting of: EHB 2008
Child protective services, forecasting and budgeting, council role, when: EHB 2008
Children, core state services for, forecasting and budgeting, council role, when: EHB 2008
Diplomas, high school, residents 25-44 without, council forecasting of: HB 2399, SB 6169
Early childhood education and assistance program, caseload forecasts for: HB 2659
Evergreen free college program, caseload forecast, council role: SSB 6101
Evergreen investment scholarship program, caseload forecast, council role: SB 6101
Financial aid, opportunity scholarship, state match for, council role: HB 2504
Foster care services, forecasting and budgeting, council role, when: EHB 2008
Foster care, licensed, forecasts of, reviewing, council role: * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Foster youth behavioral rehabilitation services, forecasting, council role: HB 2800, SB 6013
Postsecondary credential, residents 25-44 without, council forecasting of: HB 2399, SB 6169
Promise program, Washington, forecasting students eligible for: HB 1840, SHB 1840, SB 5666
Racial and ethnic impact statements, criminal justice legislation, council role: SB 5588, ESSB 5588
CATTLE  (See LIVESTOCK)
CEMETERIES AND CEMETERY DISTRICTS  (See HUMAN REMAINS)
CENSUS  CENSUS RSS Feed
               
2020 U.S. census, requesting that Congress increase census bureau funding: HJM 4015, SJM 8015
CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY  (See COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES)
CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL GUARDIANSHIP BOARD  CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL GUARDIANSHIP BOARD RSS Feed
               
Incapacitated persons, contact with others, guardian restrictions on, board role: SB 5685
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS  (See NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS)
CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, OFFICE OF THE STATE  CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, OFFICE OF THE STATE RSS Feed
               
Consolidated technology services agency, customer agency migration, CIO role: HB 2404
Cybersecurity, blue ribbon panel on, office to convene: HB 1418, SHB 1418
Cybersecurity, coordinating with emergency management, task force on, CIO role: HB 2086
Cybersecurity, office of, credit report security freeze modifications, evaluating: SHB 2384, ESB 6018
Data networks of state agencies, classification schedule and encryption standards: HB 1479
Data networks of state agencies, payment credentials on, requirements, office role: HB 1421, ESHB 1421
Data storage system, internet-based, for local agency electronic records, CIO role: HB 1516, SHB 1516
Health care claims database, statewide all-payer, procurement for, office role: SB 5197
Information technology procurement and contracting, state, office oversight of: HB 1787, SHB 1787, SB 5572, SSB 5572, SB 5915
Information technology projects, community and technical colleges, office role: SB 6046
Information technology systems and infrastructure, testing security of, office role: HB 1929, SHB 1929, 2SHB 1929, HB 2172
Internet providers, state contracts, prohibiting blocking, impairing, or paid prioritization: SB 6446
Interoperability executive committee, membership provisions: HB 1786, SB 5573, * SSB 5573, CH 92 (2017)
Interoperability executive committee, radio/land-mobile radio system standards: HB 1786, SB 5573, * SSB 5573, CH 92 (2017)
Net neutrality standards, office role in promoting compliance with: SB 6423
Privacy and data protection, office of, credit report security freeze changes, evaluating: SHB 2384, ESB 6018
CHILD CARE  CHILD CARE RSS Feed
               (See also EARLY LEARNING, DEPARTMENT)
Background checks, on child care workers, access to various records for: HB 1735, SB 5246
Background checks, on child care workers, clearance renewal and fees: HB 2784, SB 6404
Background checks, on child care workers, written unsuitability explanations: HB 2642
Behavior support, multitiered, children from birth to 5, pilot program: HB 1639, SHB 1639
Behavioral concerns, child care consultation program, DEL role: HB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Bring your infant to work program, model policy: HB 2396, SHB 2396
Child care collaborative task force, convening: HB 2367, SHB 2367
Child care subsidy, seeking child support enforcement as requirement for: SB 5901
Child care workforce and business development work group, creating: HB 1758, SHB 1758
Child care workforce conditional scholarship and loan repayment program, creating: HB 2396, SHB 2396
Child care, rules for providers creating operational cost increases, review of: HB 2954, SB 6569
Dependent care flexible spending accounts, various credits associated with: HB 2396, SHB 2396
Early achievers program, trauma-informed care, advisory group and training: HB 1638
Early childhood education and assistance program, community funding for: * 2SSB 5107, CH 178 (2017)
Early childhood education and assistance program, eligibility of 3-year-olds: SB 5901
Early childhood education and assistance program, eligibility of homeless children: SB 6419
Early childhood education and assistance program, entitlement beginning date: HB 2189, * SSB 5901, CH 22 (2017)
Early childhood education and assistance program, funding, phasing in: HB 2659
Early childhood education and assistance program, implementation and funding: HB 2189, * SSB 5901, CH 22 (2017)
Early childhood education and assistance program, priority system for: HB 2659
Early childhood education and assistance program, tribal members' children as priority: HB 2659
Employees, of child care centers, educational requirements, negotiated rule making: SB 6533
Employer-supported child care, web site and resources: HB 2396, SHB 2396
Facilities, construction, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2396
Firearms and weapons, in child care centers, prohibitions: HB 2293
Immunization, of children in day care, exemptions availability notification: HB 2842
Licensing, DEL decisions, ALJ mediation before appeal hearing when adverse: SHB 2013
Licensing, DEL decisions, independent mediator to review when adverse: HB 2013
Marijuana, businesses, by child care center or preschool, prohibitions: HB 2238, HB 2483, SB 6348
Outdoor nature-based child care programs pilot project: HB 1875, SB 5357, * SSB 5357, CH 162 (2017)
Pesticides, aerial application near day care center, notice requirements: SB 6063
Pesticides, application near facilities, modernizing pesticide notification work group, establishing: SSB 6529
Providers, child care, infant nurse consultants for: HB 2779, SHB 2779, SB 6485, SSB 6485
Providers, child care, trauma-informed care, advisory group and training: EHB 2861
Providers, early childhood education and assistance program, pilot training module: HB 1758
Providers, early childhood education classes, pilot training module: HB 2450, SHB 2450, SB 6403
Providers, family child care, collective bargaining agreements, financial feasibility: HB 1287
Providers, family child care, collective bargaining unit representative elections: HB 1607, SB 5551
Providers, family child care, requiring union membership/dues payment, prohibiting: SB 5692
Providers, managing a child care business, pilot program training module: HB 1758, SHB 1758, HB 2450, SB 6403
Providers/entrepreneurs, managing a child care business, pilot program training module: SHB 2450
Seasonal child care, transferring all DSHS duties to DCYF: HB 2816, SB 6441
Trauma-informed care, advisory group and provider and administrator training: HB 1638, SHB 1639
Trauma-informed care, advisory group and provider training: EHB 2861
Trauma-informed care, early childhood mental health training and consultation program: SHB 1713
Vaccination, of children in day care, exemptions availability notification: HB 2842
Working connections child care, baccalaureate program students, eligibility, when: SB 5742
Working connections child care, child support enforcement as subsidy requirement: SB 5901
Working connections child care, cliff effect at subsidy cut off, analyzing: SB 6464
Working connections child care, college certificate/degree programs allowed under: HB 2764, SHB 2764
Working connections child care, for child protective or welfare services recipients: HB 1624, * SHB 1624, CH 9 (2017)
Working connections child care, for minor parents, when: HB 2670
Working connections child care, pathway for funding from community sources: SB 5107, SSB 5107
Working connections child care, subsidy duration and conditions: SB 5901
Working connections child care, transferring all DSHS duties to DCYF: HB 2816, SB 6441
Working connections child care, work requirement exemption for higher education students, when: HB 2764, SHB 2764
Working connections child care, work requirement exemption for students, when: SB 6100
CHILD CUSTODY  (See CHILDREN)
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES  (See CHILD CARE; CHILDREN; SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT)
CHILD SUPPORT  (See DOMESTIC RELATIONS)
CHILD WELFARE SERVICES  (See CHILD CARE; CHILDREN; DOMESTIC RELATIONS; FOSTER CARE; PUBLIC ASSISTANCE; SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT)
CHILDREN  CHILDREN RSS Feed
               (See also ABORTION; ADOPTION; CHILD CARE; CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES, DEPARTMENT; DOMESTIC RELATIONS; EARLY LEARNING, DEPARTMENT; FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S OMBUDS, OFFICE; FOSTER CARE; HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC; JUVENILE COURT AND JUVENILE OFFENDERS; MENTAL HEALTH; PUBLIC ASSISTANCE; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT; TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS; VICTIMS OF CRIMES)
Abuse or neglect, Christian Science treatment exemption references, removing: HB 1290, HB 2791
Abuse or neglect, family assessment response, provisions: HB 1825, SHB 1825, HB 2449, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV, SB 6309
Abuse or neglect, forensic interview audio or video recordings: ESHB 2700
Abuse or neglect, hotline for reporting, posting in schools: HB 1563
Abuse or neglect, interview and forensic interview audio or visual recordings: SSB 6387
Abuse or neglect, interview recordings and forensic interview digital recordings: HB 2700, SB 6387
Abuse or neglect, mandated reporter requirements, DSHS poster displaying: * HB 1931, CH 118 (2017), * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Abuse or neglect, mandatory reporting, failing to do or obstructing, infraction: EHB 2509, SB 6535
Abuse or neglect, mandatory reporting, youth-serving organizations: EHB 2509, SB 6535
Abuse or neglect, records of, access for child care worker background checks: HB 1735, SB 5246
Abuse or neglect, screened-in reports of, caseload forecasting of: EHB 2008
Abuse, sexual, investigations of, agency information sharing for: HB 2855
Academic, innovation, and mentoring (AIM) program, Washington: SB 5258, SSB 5258, * 2SSB 5258, CH 180 (2017)
Access to children, unsupervised, persons with, background checks: * EHB 1620, CH 332 (2017), SHB 1620, SB 5399
Ammunition, lead, selling or giving to person under 21, risks and prohibitions: HB 2805
Autism, individuals with, honoring and supporting: * HR 4635 (2017), * SR 8637 (2017)
Baby court, initiating: HB 2798
Car seat, harness, and safety belt restraint systems, age-based requirements for: EHB 1188, SHB 1188
Child protective services, forecasting and budgeting, when: EHB 2008
Child protective services, hotline for reporting child and abuse neglect to: HB 1563
Child protective services, unaccompanied homeless children, returning: SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864, SB 6364
Child welfare services, child welfare system improvement account, creating: SB 5890, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Child welfare services, foster care youth getting driver's license and insurance: HB 1808, * ESHB 1808, CH 206 (2017), SB 5663
Child welfare services, hotel room or department office child placement, prohibiting: HB 1883
Child welfare services, meeting facilitators for shared planning meetings: HB 1365, SHB 1365
Child welfare services, out-of-home care placements, improving stability of: HB 2761
Child welfare services, parent-child visitation work group, DSHS to convene: HB 1366, SHB 1366, 2SHB 1366
Child welfare services, private case management, allowing: HB 2795, SHB 2795, SB 6407
Child welfare services, records, when youth in crisis residential or HOPE centers: HB 1816, * SHB 1816, CH 277 (2017)
Child welfare services, remedial services to include visitation services: HB 1366, SHB 1366, 2SHB 1366
Child welfare services, supervising agency requirement, eliminating: HB 2795, SHB 2795, SB 6407
Child welfare system, girls dually involved in juvenile justice and, studying: SB 5831, SSB 5831
Child welfare, court proceedings, various provisions: HB 1943
Children's day, celebrating: * HR 4617 (2017), * SR 8620 (2017), * SR 8709 (2018)
Children's oversight committee, legislative, repealing, transfer of duties: SHB 1661, * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017)
Children, youth, and families, department of, creating: HB 1661, SHB 1661, * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017), SB 5498, SSB 5498
Children, youth, and families, department of, creating office of innovation, alignment, and accountability in: * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017)
Children, youth, and families, department of, oversight board for, establishing: SHB 1661, * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017)
Conception, and right to life, Washington state life at conception act: HB 1649
Conversion therapy, practicing on minor, as provider unprofessional conduct, when: HB 2753, SB 5722
Criminal offenders with minor children, parenting sentencing alternatives: SB 5307, ESSB 5307
Custody, proceedings brought by nonparent, third party custody orders, revising: HB 1930, SHB 1930
Custody, proceedings, petitioning party notice to Indian tribal agent: * ESHB 1814, CH 269 (2017)
Deceased minor, disposition of remains, parental authority: HB 2253, SHB 2253
Depictions of minors, engaged in sexually explicit conduct, dealing in, exceptions: HB 2932, SB 6566, SSB 6566
Depictions of minors, over age 12, engaged in sexually explicit conduct, distribution by minor: HB 2932, SB 6566, SSB 6566
Depictions of minors, sexually explicit, possessing or bringing into state: * SB 5813, CH 126 (2017)
Depression screening, for children of certain ages, through medicaid: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Diaper changing stations at restaurants, when: HB 2758, SB 6401
Diapers, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2905
Disabilities, children from birth to 3, early intervention services: HB 2650, SB 6257
Disabilities, children with, expanding access to baby and child dentistry program for: SB 6549
Dreamers/deferred action for childhood arrivals, as residents for college financial aid: E3SHB 1488, SSB 5074
Dreamers/deferred action for childhood arrivals, requesting that Congress codify DACA: HJM 4016
Dyslexia advisory council, reconvening: SSB 6162, E2SSB 6162
Dyslexia, as learning disability, school screening for: HB 2796, SB 6162, SSB 6162, E2SSB 6162
Eating disorders, children and youth, treatment data: HB 2779, SHB 2779, SB 6485, SSB 6485
Endangerment of dependent child with controlled substance: HB 2884, SB 5988
Girl scouts of western Washington, recognizing: * SR 8685 (2018)
Girls, dually involved in child welfare and juvenile justice systems, studying: SB 5831, SSB 5831
Health care information, sexually transmitted diseases, disclosure: SB 5561
Health care information, treatment of a minor, disclosure to parent or guardian: SB 5561
Heroin, use in presence of person under 18, special allegation: HB 2835
Homeless children, early childhood education and assistance program eligibility: SB 6419
Homeless or foster youth, passport to careers program, creating: SSB 6274
Homeless students, educational equity, work group for, convening: SB 6148
Homeless students, school district transportation of, certain surcharge to fund: HB 2206
Homeless youth prevention and protection act, modifying information-sharing in: HB 1816, * SHB 1816, CH 277 (2017)
Homeless youth prevention and protection programs, office of, duties and role of: HB 2848, SHB 2848, HB 2857, SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864, SB 6364, SB 6560, SSB 6560
Homeless youth, ending in Washington, comprehensive provisions: SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864, SB 6364
Homeless youth, health care informed consent from school personnel: HB 1641, * SHB 1641, CH 275 (2017)
Homeless youth, passport to apprenticeship opportunities program, creating: HB 2867, SB 6274, SSB 6274
Homeless youth, runaway and abandoned, database of, developing: SB 5864
Homeless, 13 or older, personally identifying information, consent for collecting of: HB 1630, SB 5608, SB 5625
Homeless, low-income, or foster youth, educational opportunities funding: HB 2985
Homeschooling, home-based instruction of foster youth, permitting: HB 2053, HB 2054
Hunger, childhood, efforts of advocacy groups and local coalitions to end: * HR 4605 (2017)
Immunization, of children, exemptions availability notification: HB 2842
Immunization, of school children, exemption form requirements and prohibitions: HB 2092
Infants, healthy pregnancy advisory committee, establishing: HB 1474, SB 5299, SB 5835, * SSB 5835, CH 294 (2017)
Internet crimes against children account, wireless devices sales tax deposits into: HB 2389, SHB 2389
Internet crimes against children, prostitution, web site operator liability, when: HB 2806, HB 2920, SB 6166, SB 6492
Internet crimes against children, sex trafficking, web site operator liability, when: HB 2806, HB 2920, SB 6166, SB 6492
Interviews, forensic, when child abuse or neglect, audio or video recordings: ESHB 2700
Interviews, forensic, when child abuse or neglect, audio or visual recordings: SSB 6387
Interviews, forensic, when child abuse or neglect, digital recordings: HB 2700, SB 6387
Intimate images, exchange by minors, work group on, convening: HB 2932, SB 6566, SSB 6566
Marijuana, inhaling in presence of person under 18, civil infraction: HB 1625
Mental health work group, children's, establishing: HB 2779, SHB 2779, SB 6485, SSB 6485
Mental health work group, children's, recommendations of, implementing: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), HB 1819, SHB 1819, * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017), SB 5749, SSB 5749, 2SSB 5749, SB 5763, SSB 5763
Missing child, failure of parent, guardian, or caregiver to report, misdemeanor: SB 5656, SB 5864
Missing children's day, national, supporting: * HR 4612 (2017), * HR 4668 (2018)
Mopeds, helmets, limiting mandatory use to persons under 18: HB 1485
Motor vehicle, entering to assist minor child, liability immunity, when: HB 1118
Motor-driven cycles, helmets, limiting mandatory use to persons under 18: HB 1485
Motorcycles, helmets, limiting mandatory use to persons under 18: HB 1485
Neglect, forensic interview audio or video recordings: ESHB 2700
Neglect, interview and forensic interview audio or visual recordings: SSB 6387
Neglect, interview recordings and forensic interview digital recordings: HB 2700, SB 6387
Neglect, to include when child is runaway or unaccompanied homeless child: SB 5656, SB 5864
Newborns, safe surrender at health care facilities, information concerning: HB 1312, SB 5522, SSB 5522
Opportunities, educational/employment, association of Washington generals role: HB 1984, SHB 1984, SB 5746, SSB 5746
Parentage act, uniform, concerning parentage and surrogacy agreements: SB 6037, ESSB 6037
Paternity, genetic testing for, termination of legal responsibilities due to, when: HB 1306, SB 5461
Pediatric transitional care centers, for alcohol-/drug-exposed infants, licensing: HB 1491, SB 5152
Pediatric transitional care services, for drug-exposed infants, licensing: SHB 1491, * SSB 5152, CH 263 (2017)
Playgrounds, licensing of marijuana businesses near, prohibiting: HB 2238, HB 2483, SB 6348
Products, children's electronic, high priority chemicals in: HB 1596, HB 2632
Project Linus, honoring participants: * SR 8646 (2017)
Recreational organizations, youth, certified child safety policy as standard for: HB 1784
Restraint systems for children in vehicles, information concerning: EHB 1188, SHB 1188
Safety belts or child restraint systems, age-based requirements for: EHB 1188, SHB 1188
Sexual abuse, investigations of, agency information sharing for: HB 2855
Sexual exploitation of children, adult offenders, mandatory fees: HB 2348
Sexual exploitation of children, special inquiry judge subpoena authority: * EHB 1728, CH 114 (2017)
Sexually explicit conduct, depictions of minors over age 12 engaged in, distribution by minor: HB 2932, SB 6566, SSB 6566
Sexually exploited youth, commercially, receiving center pilot programs for: HB 2857
Social services, DSHS, documentation/paperwork requirements, review of: * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Substance use disorder, children of parents with, "baby court" for, initiating: HB 2798
Vaccination, of children, exemptions availability notification: HB 2842
Vaccination, of school children, exemption form requirements and prohibitions: HB 2092
Visitation, by relatives, petitioning the court: HB 2117, SB 5598
Vulnerable children and their mothers, WestSide Baby's contributions to, recognizing: * SR 8647 (2017)
Vulnerable youth guardianships, for immigrants, establishment by court, when: HB 1988, * SHB 1988, CH 279 (2017), SB 5559, SSB 5559, 2SSB 5559
Vulnerable youth guardianships, for immigrants, trafficking task force role: * SHB 1988, CH 279 (2017), SSB 5559, 2SSB 5559
Youth shelters, requiring parental notification, holidays and weekends exception: HB 2061
Youth, discharge from a public system of care into homelessness, preventing: SB 6560, SSB 6560
CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES, DEPARTMENT  CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also CHILD CARE)
Chaplain, changing title to "religious coordinator" for DCYF institutions: HB 2818
Child abuse or neglect, mandatory reporting by certain organizations, DCYF role: EHB 2509, SB 6535
Child care centers, employee educational requirements, DCYF negotiated rule making: SB 6533
Child care centers, licensing of marijuana business near, prohibiting: HB 2483, SB 6348
Child care providers, managing a child care business, pilot training module, DCYF role: HB 2450, SB 6403
Child care providers, trauma-informed care, advisory group and training: EHB 2861
Child care providers/entrepreneurs, managing a child care business, pilot training module, DCYF role: SHB 2450
Child care workers, background check clearance renewal and fees: HB 2784, SB 6404
Child care workforce conditional scholarship and loan repayment program, creating: HB 2396, SHB 2396
Child care, bring your infant to work program, model policy, department role: HB 2396, SHB 2396
Child care, employer-supported, web site and resources, department role: HB 2396, SHB 2396
Child care, rules for providers creating operational cost increases, review of: HB 2954, SB 6569
Child care, unsuitability for unsupervised access to children in, written explanation: HB 2642
Child care, working connections and seasonal, transferring DSHS duties to DCYF: HB 2816, SB 6441
Child protective services, unaccompanied homeless children, returning, DCYF role: SB 6364
Child welfare services, kinship caregivers, legal representation for, DCYF role: HB 2663, SB 6453, SSB 6453, 2SSB 6453
Child welfare services, out-of-home care placements, DCYF role: HB 2761
Child welfare services, private case management, allowing: HB 2795, SHB 2795, SB 6407
Child welfare services, supervising agency requirement, eliminating: HB 2795, SHB 2795, SB 6407
Child welfare system, girls dually involved in juvenile justice and, work group, DCYF role: SSB 5831
Disabilities, children from birth to 3, early intervention services, DCYF as lead agency: HB 2650, SB 6257
Early childhood education and assistance program, eligibility of homeless children: SB 6419
Early childhood education and assistance program, funding, phasing in: HB 2659
Early childhood education and assistance program, priority system for: HB 2659
Early childhood education and assistance program, tribal members' children as priority: HB 2659
Early childhood education classes, pilot training module, department role: HB 2450, SHB 2450, SB 6403
Early learning facilities, funding from Puget Sound taxpayer accountability account: HB 2488, HB 2985, SB 6306
Early learning programs, additional enrichment levy amount to fund: HB 2898, SB 6458
Early learning, provider background checks, clearance renewal and fees: HB 2784, SB 6404
Early learning, unsuitability for unsupervised access to children in, written explanation: HB 2642
Families in need of services, transitional success program, establishing: HB 2870, SB 6467
Family in need of services act, supports for youth and families in crisis, DCYF role: HB 2870, SB 6467
Foster and homeless children and youth, educational equity work group, DCYF role: ESSB 6223
Foster children and youth, best-interest determinations and school district liaisons: HB 2684, ESHB 2684
Foster children and youth, educational equity for, work group on, DCYF role: HB 2877, SB 6223
Foster children, behavioral rehabilitation services rates work group, DCYF role: HB 2800
Foster parents, rights and responsibilities list, DCYF to provide to: HB 2785
Home visiting services, clarifying differences between approaches, DCYF role: SHB 2779
Home visiting services, medicaid funding for, leveraging, DCYF role: HB 2779, SHB 2779, SB 6485, SSB 6485
Homeless students, educational equity, work group for, DCYF role in convening: SB 6148
Homeless unaccompanied youth, shelter facilities for, inspection, DCYF role: SB 6364
Juvenile rehabilitation facilities, identicards for offenders when releasing from: HB 2372, SB 6114
Juvenile rehabilitation facilities, placing juvenile offenders convicted as adults in: HB 2907, SHB 2907
Juvenile rehabilitation facilities, residential custody services for tribal youth: HB 2373, SB 6115
Oversight board for DCYF, composition, authority, and rule making: HB 2954, SB 6569
Preschools, licensing of marijuana business near, prohibiting: HB 2483, SB 6348
Social workers, DCYF-employed, loan repayment program eligibility for: SB 6259, SSB 6259
Technical changes to department statutes, extensive: HB 2512, SB 6287
Trauma-informed care, advisory group and provider training, DCYF role: EHB 2861
Working connections child care, cliff effect at subsidy cut off, analyzing, DCYF role: SB 6464
Youth, discharge from a public system of care into homelessness, preventing: SB 6560, SSB 6560
CHIROPRACTIC QUALITY ASSURANCE COMMISSION  (See HEALTH, DEPARTMENT)
CIGARETTES  (See TAXES - CIGARETTES; TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS)
CIGARETTES AND CIGARS  (See TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS)
CIRCUSES AND CARNIVALS  CIRCUSES AND CARNIVALS RSS Feed
               
Elephants, in traveling animal act performances, prohibiting participation: HB 2088, SB 6154
CITIES AND TOWNS  CITIES AND TOWNS RSS Feed
               (See also BUILDING CODES AND PERMITS; ELECTIONS; GROWTH MANAGEMENT; HOMES AND HOUSING; LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS; LOCAL GOVERNMENT; PARKS; PUBLIC WORKS; ROADS AND HIGHWAYS; TAXES - LODGING TAX; TAXES - SALES; TAXES - USE; UTILITIES)
Annexation, of city/town or unincorporated area, procedures: HB 2789
Annexation, of unincorporated island of territory, requirements: HB 2665, SB 6312, SSB 6312
Annexation, of unincorporated urban growth areas, measures to encourage: HB 1681, SB 5215
Annexation, part of city/town to another, for master planned development project: HB 2880, SB 6487
Auburn, AuburnFest and Auburn Days parade, recognizing: * SR 8670 (2017)
Auburn, city of Auburn 4th of July festival, recognizing: * SR 8667 (2017)
Auburn, Miss Auburn scholarship program, recognizing: * SR 8718 (2018)
Auburn, Rich Wagner, city councilmember, recognizing: * SR 8665 (2017)
Background checks of city employees and certain others, by ordinance, when: * EHB 1620, CH 332 (2017), SHB 1620, SB 5399
Ballard, Hiram M. Chittenden locks, centennial of, celebrating: * HR 4638 (2017)
Brewster, Gary Knowlton, honoring the life of: * HR 4660 (2018)
Business ecosystems areas and area financing for local public improvements: SB 6499
Business improvement districts, purposes, procedures, and authority of: HB 1823
Business improvement districts, renaming PBIAs as: HB 1823
Business licenses, municipal general, business licensing service use for: * EHB 2005, CH 209 (2017), SB 5777, ESSB 5777
Business licenses, municipal general, model ordinance development committee: * EHB 2005, CH 209 (2017), SB 5777, ESSB 5777
Centralia, founder George Washington, honoring: SR 8699
Commercial office space development areas and tax exemption incentives: HB 2813, HB 2981, SB 6418
Commercial office space, development tax exemption incentives, role of cities: HB 1495, SHB 1495, E2SHB 1495, SB 6302
Commercial office space, property tax reinvestment as incentive: HB 2813, HB 2981, SB 6418
Commercial office space, sales and use tax remittance as incentive: HB 2813, HB 2981, SB 6418
Contracting and contractors, unit-priced, city authority to use: SB 6143, ESSB 6143
Criminal justice, municipal criminal justice assistance account, funds use: HB 2006
Electrician licensing/certification rules, state, city and town enforcement, when: HB 1952, ESHB 1952
Facilities, public, impact on ethnically diverse/high poverty area, mitigation of: HB 2093, SB 5725, SSB 5725
Ferndale, Michael Knapp, police chief, honoring: * HR 4634 (2017)
Fire protection districts, formation by city or town, process, authority, governance: SB 5628, * ESSB 5628, CH 328 (2017)
Fire protection districts, formation, including ambulance service, when: * ESSB 5628, CH 328 (2017)
First-class cities, retirement funds of, investment by state investment board: SB 5116
Friday Harbor, Joyce Sobel, honoring and remembering: * SR 8703 (2018)
Highways, state, city/town additional responsibilities for streets that are, when: EHB 2948, SB 6576
Housing, affordable, city that acquires or builds, one-time tax remittance for: HB 1536, HB 1797
Housing, affordable, city that builds, tax remittance for: SHB 1797
Housing, affordable, local infrastructure for, one-time tax remittance for city: HB 1536, HB 1797
Housing, affordable, local infrastructure for, tax remittance for city: SHB 1797
Housing, affordable, population density standards in municipal plans: SB 6077
Kent, Kent black action commission, recognizing Juneteenth efforts of: * SR 8668 (2017)
Kent, Suzette Cooke, mayor, recognizing: * SR 8719 (2018)
Land, owned by city or town, recorded restrictive covenant, removal hearing: HB 2674, ESB 6379
Laws, rules, and policies, state, municipality self-designated sanctuary from: HB 2178
Local improvement districts, off-street parking facilities: HB 2292, SHB 2292
Lodging, fee for furnishing, for small city public works: SB 6010
Lynden, Gary Baar, fire chief, honoring: * HR 4632 (2017)
Mercer Island, westbound on-ramp from Island Crest Way to I-90, preserving: HB 2129
Metropolitan municipal corporations, information disclosure on billing statements from: SB 6587, ESSB 6587
Monroe, former mayor Donnetta Walser, honoring and remembering: * SR 8640 (2017)
Mukilteo, Anna Bui, Jordan Ebner, and Jake Long, mourning the loss of: * SR 8608 (2017)
Mukilteo, Boys & Girls Club Shin Center, groundbreaking for, recognizing: * SR 8664 (2017)
Nuisance abatement, special assessments and foreclosure process: SB 6484, SSB 6484
Parking facilities, off-street, city authority to obtain property for: HB 2292, SHB 2292
Prosser, school district superintendent Dr. Ray Tolcacher, honoring: * HR 4656 (2018)
Public defense services, cities providing, funds disbursement to: HB 2687, SB 6420
Public defense services, cities providing, reimbursement of: HB 2031
Pullman, Schweitzer engineering laboratories, honoring: SR 8705
Puyallup, Fred Oldfield, honoring and remembering: * SR 8630 (2017)
Real estate excise tax, additional, city under GMA imposing without voter approval, when: HB 2876, HB 2933, SB 6490, SSB 6490
Rent, commercial properties, state preemption of rent controls: HB 1082, SB 5286, SSB 5286
Renton, Dr. Gary Kohlwes, recognizing: * HR 4672 (2018)
Seattle, Kathleen Southwick, Crisis Clinic executive director, honoring: * SR 8636 (2017)
Seattle, Metropolitans hockey team's 1917 Stanley Cup victory, recognizing: * SR 8641 (2017)
Seattle, national guard armory pier 91 property, creating interbay committee for: HB 2134
Seattle, Spencer Haywood, former Seattle SuperSonic, honoring: HR 4626
Seattle, taxation authority for Alaskan Way viaduct project cost overruns payment: HB 2193
Seattle, West Seattle helpline, honoring: * SR 8615 (2017)
Shuttles, shared employer, municipal operation of: SB 6080
Spokane Valley, renaming Appleway trail as Senator Bob McCaslin trail: HB 2952, SHB 2952
Spokane, police department officer Steve Redmond, honoring: * HR 4628 (2017)
Sumner, Dave Enslow, mayor and former councilmember, recognizing legacy of: * HR 4659 (2018)
Surplus public property, transfer, lease, or disposal for public benefit: HB 2382, SHB 2382
Tacoma, Melanie Dressel, honoring the life and accomplishments of: * HR 4624 (2017)
Tacoma, Melanie J. Dressel, honoring the life and career of: * SR 8635 (2017)
Telecommunications, providing with electric utility customer payments, prohibiting: SB 5921
Telecommunications, small cell facilities and networks, deployment and permits: SB 5935, SSB 5935, E2SSB 5935
Telecommunications, small cell facilities and networks, installation, rights-of-way: HB 1921, SB 5711
Transportation electrification plans and electric vehicle infrastructure: SB 6098
Tri-Cities, Kris Watkins, Visit TRI-CITIES president and CEO, honoring: * SR 8688 (2018)
Tukwila, Joe Duffie, city councilmember, recognizing: * SR 8672 (2017)
Urban development areas, city-owned property within, inventory of: HB 1752
Utilities, municipal, city or town operating as, information disclosure on billing statements from: ESSB 6587
Utility services, outside corporate limits, annexation covenant requirement, prohibiting: HB 2788, HB 2789
Vacant or undeveloped land, new construction, limited property tax exemption for: SB 6361
Vacant or undeveloped land, new construction, property tax exemption for: SSB 6361
Wages, payment of, city/town requirements, enforcement, or regulation, prohibiting: HB 2065
Wenatchee, celebrating apple blossom festival and honoring apple blossom festival court: * SR 8632 (2017), * SR 8712 (2018)
Wenatchee, Wilfred R. "Wilf" Woods, celebrating the life of: * SR 8622 (2017)
Wildland urban interface areas, establishing, DNR technical assistance for: SB 6109
Yakima, John Vornbrock, honoring: * HR 4669 (2018)
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General business licenses, model ordinance development committee, AWC role: * EHB 2005, CH 209 (2017), SB 5777, ESSB 5777
CITIZEN COMMISSION FOR PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT OF TAX PREFERENCES  CITIZEN COMMISSION FOR PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT OF TAX PREFERENCES RSS Feed
               
Commission, renaming by replacing "preferences" with "expenditures": HB 1500, SB 5513
Preferences, commission review process, including retired persons property tax relief: SSB 5847
Preferences, commission review process, JLARC role: SB 5847
Preferences, various, commission 2016 recommendations and review process: SB 5844, SSB 5844
Preferences, without metrics or accountability standards, commission role: SB 5844, SSB 5844
CIVIL LEGAL AID, OFFICE  CIVIL LEGAL AID, OFFICE RSS Feed
               
Child welfare services, kinship caregivers, legal representation for, office role: HB 2663, SB 6453, SSB 6453, 2SSB 6453
Children's attorneys in dependency cases, evaluating, office role: SHB 1251, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Low-income/indigent persons, role of office: SSB 6041
Low-income/indigent persons, roles of office and oversight committee: HB 2308, SHB 2308, SB 6041
CIVIL PROCEDURE  CIVIL PROCEDURE RSS Feed
               (See also ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS; ATTORNEY GENERAL; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE; JUDGES; JUDGMENTS)
Accounts receivable, civil actions upon, commencement of, when: HB 1145, SB 5456, ESSB 5456
Arbitration of civil actions, procedures, fees, and arbitrator requirements: EHB 1128
Construction contracts, clauses waiving claim rights to damages, voiding: HB 1574, SB 5788
Construction contracts, equitable adjustment though not notice-compliant, when: SSB 5788
Construction defect claims, against construction professionals, limitation of actions: HB 2475, SB 6523
Discrimination, noneconomic damages, claimant's health not at issue, exceptions: SB 6027
Discrimination, noneconomic damages, claimant's mental health, admissibility of: SB 5566
Easements, private right-of-way maintenance agreements and civil actions: HB 1494, SHB 1494
Employment contracts, with cause of action waiver, void and unenforceable, when: SSB 6313
Entry, unlawful, cause for civil action for wrongfully removed persons, when: HB 1216, HB 1305, SHB 1305, SB 5388, * ESSB 5388, CH 284 (2017)
Forfeiture of assets, under controlled substances act, burden of proof: SB 5044
Forfeiture of assets, under controlled substances act, seizing-agency records: SB 5255, SSB 5255
Forfeiture of conveyance, exception for misdemeanor marijuana possession: HB 1087
Forfeiture of private property, guilty finding for felony offense: HB 1016
Forfeiture of property, depositing proceeds into education legacy trust account: HB 2136
Forfeiture of seized property, procedures and reporting: HB 2718, SHB 2718, E2SHB 2718
Government, legal action against, interim attorneys' fees and costs, payment: SB 5058
Interviews, child forensic, audio or video recordings of, protective order for: ESHB 2700
Interviews, child forensic, audio or visual recordings of, protective order for: SSB 6387
Interviews, child forensic, digital recordings of, protective order for: HB 2700, SB 6387
Liability, agritourism professionals, limitations on: HB 2020, SB 5808, * ESSB 5808, CH 227 (2017)
Liability, claims against public entities for employees' tortious conduct: HB 2506, SB 5896, SSB 5896
Liability, immunity from, for certain emergency response volunteers: HB 1277, SB 5185, * SSB 5185, CH 36 (2017)
Liability, immunity from, for registered apiarists operating an apiary: HB 2640
Liability, immunity from, if exercise of religion and conscience burdened, when: HB 1217
Liability, of person entering vehicle to render assistance, immunity, when: HB 1118
Liability, of real estate appraisers in actions for damages, limiting: HB 2629, SB 6457
Liability, of rental car agencies for negligent entrustment: SB 5944, SSB 5944
Liability, school districts not liable for student criminal conduct outside supervision: SB 5226, SB 5505
Overtrial, in family law cases, attorneys' and guardians' fees for: HB 2245
Privacy, invasion of, physical and constructive, when, penalties: HB 2477
Real property, damage due to work on adjacent property, civil actions for: HB 1131, SB 5080
Seizure and forfeiture of property, procedures and reporting: HB 2718, SHB 2718, E2SHB 2718
Seizure and forfeiture of property, various provisions: HB 1016, HB 1087, HB 2136, SB 5044, SB 5255, SSB 5255
Sexual assault or harassment, employee right to file cause of action: SB 6313
Sexual assault or harassment, nondisclosure requirement, unenforceability, when: SB 6068, ESSB 6068
State, legal action against by certain state officials, requirements: HB 1034
Tolls, bridges and highways, civil actions for recovery, statute of limitation: HB 1405
Unions, labor, unfair or deceptive practices by, civil actions against: SB 5174
Unmanned aircraft, prohibitions and civil actions: HB 1049
Wrongful death actions, beneficiaries of, eligibility of certain dependents: SB 5979
Wrongful death actions, survival of, recoverable damages: HB 2262, SHB 2262, 2SHB 2262, SB 6015, SSB 6015, 2SSB 6015
CIVIL SERVICE  (See PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES)
CLAMS  (See SHELLFISH)
CLEAN AIR AGENCIES  CLEAN AIR AGENCIES RSS Feed
               (See also AIR QUALITY AND POLLUTION)
Baseline federal standards, rules to be as stringent as, role of authorities: SB 6083
Burn bans, lifting to allow solid fuel burning device use, when, role of agencies: SB 5658
Puget Sound agency, toxic pollution sources near certain port, role in study of: HB 2603
CLIMATE  CLIMATE RSS Feed
               (See also AIR QUALITY AND POLLUTION; ENVIRONMENT)
Climate change data, protecting against federal censorship: SB 6104
Climate change science, consistency of greenhouse gas emissions limits with: HB 1144, SHB 1144, 2SHB 1144, E3SHB 1144, HB 1372
Climate change, impact on hazardous substance remedial actions: SB 6422
Climate impacts group at U of W, certain ecology consultation with, repealing: SB 5172
Climate protection and clean energy jobs act, carbon pollution tax: SB 6096
Global warming potential, maximum acceptable, for state contractor materials: HB 2412
Paris climate agreement, 2015, aligning greenhouse gas emissions limits with: HB 2225, HB 2294
CODE REVISER  CODE REVISER RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; REVISED CODE OF WASHINGTON; WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATIVE CODE)
Agency rule-making, statewide rule-making information web site, code reviser role: HB 1587
Initiatives, comprehensive review before filing, code reviser's office role: HB 2620, SB 5386, SSB 5386
Legal material in official electronic records, preservation and authentication: * SB 5039, CH 106 (2017)
Rohrkemper, Amanda, staff attorney, honoring and remembering: * SR 8624 (2017)
COLLECTION AGENCIES AND DEBT COLLECTION  (See BUSINESSES)
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING  COLLECTIVE BARGAINING RSS Feed
               (See also LABOR; OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS COMMISSION)
Agreements, "feasible financially for the state" for purposes of: HB 1287
Agreements, establishing prevailing rate of wage through: HB 1674, SB 5493, SSB 5493
Agreements, final and proposed, requirements for public employers: SSB 5545
Agreements, mandatory provision of school/ESD benefits through PEBB: SB 5726, SSB 5726
Agreements, proposed final, fiscal impact analyses by public employers: SSB 5545
Agreements, state, posting for public inspection on OFM web site: * SB 5969, CH 23 (2017)
Bargaining unit representatives, access to new employees: HB 2624, ESB 6229
Bargaining unit representatives, for certain public assistance providers, elections: HB 1607, SB 5551
Bargaining unit representatives, higher education and common schools, elections: HB 1607, SB 5551
Bargaining unit representatives, public employees, elections: HB 1607, SB 5551
Community and technical college employees, compensation: EHB 1237, SB 5993, SSB 5993
Definition, for public employee bargaining with public employer: SB 5865
Employers, public, administrative costs of, covering with fee: SSB 5914
Employers, public, administrative costs of, covering with union dues, when: SB 5914
Employers, public, lack of neutrality toward employee exercise of rights: SB 6082
Faculty in higher education, part-time, various bargaining provisions: SB 6578
Ferry employees, bargaining agreements, unused vacation leave accrual: * HB 1530, CH 168 (2017), SB 5390
In-home care services, individual providers, overtime compensation: HB 1836
In-home care, individual providers contracting with DSHS: HB 2426, SB 6199, ESSB 6199
Labor organizations, bargaining with governor, campaign contributions: HB 1891, SB 5533, SSB 5533
Labor organizations, bargaining with local agency, campaign contributions: SB 5865
Labor organizations, dues/other amounts, covering public employer costs, when: SB 5914
Labor organizations, fee to be paid by, covering public employer costs with: SSB 5914
Language access providers of spoken language interpreter services, provisions: HB 1869, SB 5682, SB 6245, SSB 6245
Local employment laws and contracts, waiving of, prohibiting: HB 1143
Open public meetings, requiring that bargaining sessions be: HB 1287, HB 1951, SB 5545
Police officers at colleges, binding interest arbitration rights for: HB 1559, SHB 1559
Port districts, removing professional employees from "employee": ESB 6230
School districts and ESD's, agreements to provide benefits through PEBB: SB 5726, SSB 5726
School districts, bargaining and salaries, additional modifications: HB 2717, HB 2721, SB 6362, SSB 6362, E2SSB 6362, SB 6397
School districts, bargaining and salaries, modifications: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Schools, career and technical education teachers, participation in bargaining: HB 1756
State patrol, trooper and sergeant salaries, competitive, relation to bargaining: HB 2692
Unfair labor practices, deadline for claims in superior court: HB 2736, SB 6231
Union security provisions, dues/fees deduction without written authorization, when: HB 2751, SB 6296, SSB 6296
Union security provisions, prohibiting, exceptions: HB 1006, SB 5692
COLLEGE SAVINGS PROGRAM  COLLEGE SAVINGS PROGRAM RSS Feed
               
Account funds, using for concurrent enrollment and college preparation programs: HB 2656, SB 6398
Children's educational savings account program, establishing: HB 2860
Committee on advanced tuition payment and college savings, membership: SB 5967, SSB 5967
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES  COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES RSS Feed
               (See also ADVANCED COLLEGE TUITION PAYMENT (GET) PROGRAM; COLLECTIVE BARGAINING; COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES)
Academic freedom and whistleblower protection act: HB 1362, SB 5832
Advanced placement (AP) tests, credit policy for: HB 1333, ESHB 1333, * ESB 5234, CH 179 (2017)
Applicants for admission, criminal history of, requirements and procedures: SB 6582
Art, appropriations to higher education for, use of: HB 2809, SHB 2809, SB 6064, SSB 6064
Assessments, college readiness, as high school assessments for graduation: HB 1572, SB 5202
Athletic departments, senate committee budget approval due to deficits: SB 5109
Athletic programs, intercollegiate, expenditure approval in public meetings, when: SB 6493, SSB 6493
Behavioral health and suicide prevention, statewide resource for: HB 1379, SHB 1379, HB 2513, SB 6514, SSB 6514
Bill of rights, academic, concerning free speech and expression: HB 1362, SB 5832
Bookstores, leasehold excise tax exemption: SB 5677
Branch campuses, "branch" as identifying term, eliminating: * HB 1107, CH 52 (2017)
Campus antiharassment act, within new "academic bill of rights": HB 1362, SB 5832
Campus free expression act, within new "academic bill of rights": HB 1362, SB 5832
Capital budget projects, bond proceeds for: HB 1080, SHB 1080, * E2SHB 1080, CH 3 (2018), HB 2394, SB 5090, SSB 5090, SB 6089, SSB 6089, SB 6094
Capital budget projects, proposals and prioritized single lists, role of institutions: SHB 1325, 2SHB 1325
Capital budget projects, requests and prioritized ranking by 4-year colleges: HB 1325, SB 5087
Capital facilities, space and costs standards and scoring and prioritization matrix for: 2SHB 1325
Capital facilities, space and costs standards and scoring and weighting tool for: SHB 1325
Capital projects, higher education infrastructure investment program, creating: SB 5684, SSB 5684
Central Washington U., traffic safety instructors, consulting with DOL: HB 1481, * ESHB 1481, CH 197 (2017)
Children's educational savings account program, establishing: HB 2860
College savings program, Washington, transfer of tuition units to, when: HB 2205, SB 5923, ESB 6087
Complete Washington program, connecting prior learning with degree completion: ESSB 6486
Course materials, open educational resources grant pilot program: HB 1561, SHB 1561, E2SHB 1561
Course materials, open educational resources pilot grant program: HB 1768
Course materials, open source instructional, tax credit: HB 1253
Credentials, false academic, dropping religious institution doctorates from definition: HB 1442
Credentials, postsecondary, residents 25-44 without, forecasting of: HB 2399, SB 6169
Cybersecurity, at state agencies, attracting students for, studying methods: HB 1697
Cybersecurity, conditional loan program for higher education: HB 1830
Disabilities, higher education transfer students with, work group on, reauthorizing: HB 2037, * SHB 2037, CH 175 (2017)
Discrimination, on basis of sex, Title IX protections in higher education: HB 2866
Early childhood education and assistance program, funding, role of colleges: * 2SSB 5107, CH 178 (2017)
Early learning programs, funding from community sources, local pathway for: SSB 5107, * 2SSB 5107, CH 178 (2017)
Eastern Washington U., Bill Chaves, athletic director, honoring: * SR 8717 (2018)
Eastern Washington U., Cooper Kupp, football, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Eastern Washington U., Kendrick Bourne, football, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Eastern Washington U., Shaq Hill, football, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Employees, collective bargaining unit representative elections: HB 1607, SB 5551
Employees, employed by multiple educational institutions, unemployment benefits: HB 2703, SHB 2703, SB 6339
Employees, requiring union membership or dues/fees payment, prohibiting: SB 5692
Employer representative, private entity acting to ESD as, prohibiting contract with: SB 6264
Evergreen State College, The, state need grant renewal at, academic progress for: HB 2520
Evergreen State College, The, transitioning to private college: HB 2221, SB 5946
Facilities, funding from Puget Sound taxpayer accountability account: HB 2488, SB 6306
Facilities, various, leasehold excise tax exemption: SB 5677
Faculty, full-time tenure track, faculty expansion program for, funding: HB 1238, SHB 1238
Faculty, new, collective bargaining unit representative access to: HB 2624, ESB 6229
Faculty, part-time, ascertaining and reviewing work patterns of: SB 6578
Faculty, part-time, benefits/sick leave for, and review, evaluation, and screening of: SB 6578
Faculty, unfair labor practices against, deadline for claims in superior court: HB 2736, SB 6231
Fees, services and activities, without reference to tuition: HB 1433, SHB 1433, 2SHB 1433, SB 5592, SSB 5592
Financial aid, alternative route conditional scholarship program, creating: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Financial aid, career and technical education conditional scholarship program: HB 1756
Financial aid, career and technical education conditional scholarship program, creating: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Financial aid, child care workforce conditional scholarship and loan repayment program, creating: HB 2396, SHB 2396
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, as child adoption incentive: SB 5890, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, homeless student housing: SHB 2386
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, homeless student room/board: HB 2386
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, pledge options: HB 1293, SHB 1293, 2SHB 1293, HB 1512, SHB 1512, E2SHB 1512, 3SHB 1512
Financial aid, college bound scholarship, aligning eligibility with state need grant: