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

CAMPAIGNS, POLITICAL  (See ELECTIONS)
CANCER  (See HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC)
CAPITOL CAMPUS, STATE  CAPITOL CAMPUS, STATE RSS Feed
               (See also ENTERPRISE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT)
1063 Capitol Way, naming new building the Helen Sommers Building: HCR 4400, SCR 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
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
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
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
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, SSB 5588
CATTLE  (See LIVESTOCK)
CEMETERIES AND CEMETERY DISTRICTS  (See HUMAN REMAINS)
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
               
Cybersecurity, blue ribbon panel on, office to convene: HB 1418, SHB 1418
Cybersecurity, coordinating with emergency management, task force on, CIO role: HB 2086
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, SHB 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 systems and infrastructure, testing security of, office role: HB 1929, SHB 1929, 2SHB 1929, HB 2172
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)
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
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
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
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, entitlement beginning date: HB 2189, * SSB 5901, CH 22 (2017)
Early childhood education and assistance program, implementation and funding: HB 2189, * SSB 5901, CH 22 (2017)
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
Outdoor nature-based child care programs pilot project: HB 1875, SB 5357, * SSB 5357, CH 162 (2017)
Providers, early childhood education and assistance program, pilot training module: HB 1758
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
Trauma-informed care, advisory group and provider and administrator training: HB 1638, SHB 1639
Trauma-informed care, early childhood mental health training and consultation program: SHB 1713
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, for child protective or welfare services recipients: HB 1624, * SHB 1624, CH 9 (2017)
Working connections child care, pathway for funding from community sources: SB 5107, SSB 5107
Working connections child care, subsidy duration and conditions: SB 5901
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; DOMESTIC RELATIONS; EARLY LEARNING, DEPARTMENT; FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S OMBUDS, OFFICE; HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC; JUVENILE COURT AND JUVENILE OFFENDERS; MENTAL HEALTH; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS; VICTIMS OF CRIMES)
Abuse or neglect, Christian Science treatment exemption references, removing: HB 1290
Abuse or neglect, family assessment response, provisions: HB 1825, SHB 1825, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Abuse or neglect, hotline for reporting, posting in schools: HB 1563
Abuse or neglect, mandated reporter requirements, DSHS poster displaying: * HB 1931, CH 118 (2017), * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
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
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
Autism, individuals with, honoring and supporting: * HR 4635 (2017), * SR 8637 (2017)
Car seat, harness, and safety belt restraint systems, age-based requirements for: EHB 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
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, parent-child visitation work group, DSHS to convene: HB 1366, SHB 1366, 2SHB 1366
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 system, girls dually involved in juvenile justice and, studying: SB 5831
Child welfare, court proceedings, various provisions: HB 1943
Children's day, celebrating: * HR 4617 (2017), * SR 8620 (2017)
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: SB 5722
Criminal offenders with minor children, parenting sentencing alternatives: SB 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
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
Girls, dually involved in child welfare and juvenile justice systems, studying: SB 5831
Health care information, sexually transmitted diseases, disclosure: SB 5561
Health care information, treatment of a minor, disclosure to parent or guardian: SB 5561
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: SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864
Homeless youth, ending in Washington, comprehensive provisions: SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864
Homeless youth, health care informed consent from school personnel: HB 1641, * SHB 1641, CH 275 (2017)
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
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 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)
Marijuana, inhaling in presence of person under 18, civil infraction: HB 1625
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)
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, 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
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
Products, children's electronic, high priority chemicals in: HB 1596
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
Safety belts or child restraint systems, age-based requirements for: EHB 1188
Sexual exploitation of children, special inquiry judge subpoena authority: * EHB 1728, CH 114 (2017)
Social services, DSHS, documentation/paperwork requirements, review of: * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
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
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
CITIES AND TOWNS  CITIES AND TOWNS RSS Feed
               (See also BUILDING CODES AND PERMITS; ELECTIONS; GROWTH MANAGEMENT; HOMES AND HOUSING; LOCAL GOVERNMENT; PUBLIC WORKS; ROADS AND HIGHWAYS; TAXES - LODGING TAX)
Annexation, of unincorporated urban growth areas, measures to encourage: HB 1681, SB 5215
Auburn, AuburnFest and Auburn Days parade, recognizing: * SR 8670 (2017)
Auburn, city of Auburn 4th of July festival, recognizing: * SR 8667 (2017)
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)
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
Commercial office space, development tax exemption incentives, role of cities: HB 1495, SHB 1495, E2SHB 1495
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
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
Kent, Kent black action commission, recognizing Juneteenth efforts of: * SR 8668 (2017)
Laws, rules, and policies, state, municipality self-designated sanctuary from: HB 2178
Lynden, Gary Baar, fire chief, honoring: * HR 4632 (2017)
Mercer Island, westbound on-ramp from Island Crest Way to I-90, preserving: HB 2129
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)
Public defense services, cities providing, reimbursement of: HB 2031
Puyallup, Fred Oldfield, honoring and remembering: * SR 8630 (2017)
Rent, commercial properties, state preemption of rent controls: HB 1082, SB 5286, SSB 5286
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)
Spokane, police department officer Steve Redmond, honoring: * HR 4628 (2017)
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
Telecommunications, small cell facilities and networks, installation, rights-of-way: HB 1921, SB 5711
Tukwila, Joe Duffie, city councilmember, recognizing: * SR 8672 (2017)
Urban development areas, city-owned property within, inventory of: HB 1752
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)
Wenatchee, Wilfred R. "Wilf" Woods, celebrating the life of: * SR 8622 (2017)
CITIES, WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF  CITIES, WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF RSS Feed
               
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, 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
               
Children's attorneys in dependency cases, evaluating, office role: SHB 1251, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
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: HB 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
Discrimination, noneconomic damages, claimant's mental health, admissibility of: SB 5566
Easements, private right-of-way maintenance agreements and civil actions: HB 1494
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
Government, legal action against, interim attorneys' fees and costs, payment: SB 5058
Liability, agritourism professionals, limitations on: HB 2020, SB 5808, * ESSB 5808, CH 227 (2017)
Liability, claims against public entities for employees' tortious conduct: SB 5896, SSB 5896
Liability, immunity from, for certain emergency response volunteers: HB 1277, SB 5185, * SSB 5185, CH 36 (2017)
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 rental car agencies for negligent entrustment: SB 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
Real property, damage due to work on adjacent property, civil actions for: HB 1131, SB 5080
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
CLEAN AIR AGENCIES  CLEAN AIR AGENCIES RSS Feed
               (See also AIR QUALITY AND POLLUTION)
Burn bans, lifting to allow solid fuel burning device use, when, role of agencies: SB 5658
CLIMATE  CLIMATE RSS Feed
               (See also AIR QUALITY AND POLLUTION; ENVIRONMENT)
Climate change science, consistency of greenhouse gas emissions limits with: HB 1144, SHB 1144, 2SHB 1144, HB 1372
Climate impacts group at U of W, certain ecology consultation with, repealing: SB 5172
Paris climate agreement, 2015, aligning greenhouse gas emissions limits with: HB 2225
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: SB 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
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, 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
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
Ferry employees, bargaining agreements, unused vacation leave accrual: * HB 1530, CH 168 (2017), SB 5390
Home care services, individual providers, overtime compensation: HB 1836
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
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
School districts and ESD's, agreements to provide benefits through PEBB: SB 5726, SSB 5726
School districts, bargaining and salaries, modifications: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Schools, career and technical education teachers, participation in bargaining: HB 1756
Union security provisions, prohibiting, exceptions: HB 1006, SB 5692
COLLEGE SAVINGS PROGRAM  COLLEGE SAVINGS PROGRAM RSS Feed
               
Committee on advanced tuition payment and college savings, membership: SB 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)
Assessments, college readiness, as high school assessments for graduation: HB 1572, SB 5202
Athletic departments, senate committee budget approval due to deficits: SB 5109
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, proposals and prioritized single lists, role of institutions: SHB 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 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)
College savings program, Washington, transfer of tuition units to, when: HB 2205, SB 5923
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
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)
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., 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, requiring union membership or dues/fees payment, prohibiting: SB 5692
Evergreen State College, The, transitioning to private college: HB 2221, SB 5946
Facilities, various, leasehold excise tax exemption: SB 5677
Faculty, full-time tenure track, faculty expansion program for, funding: HB 1238, SHB 1238
Fees, services and activities, without reference to tuition: HB 1433, SHB 1433, SB 5592
Financial aid, alternative route conditional scholarship program, creating: 2SHB 1827
Financial aid, career and technical education conditional scholarship program: HB 1756
Financial aid, career and technical education conditional scholarship program, creating: 2SHB 1827
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, as child adoption incentive: SB 5890, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, pledge options: HB 1293, SHB 1293, HB 1512, SHB 1512, E2SHB 1512
Financial aid, college bound scholarship, aligning eligibility with state need grant: HB 1512, SHB 1512, E2SHB 1512, SB 5074
Financial aid, college bound scholarship, awarding at two-year college rate, when: HB 1214, HB 1512, SHB 1512
Financial aid, college bound scholarship, expanding "resident student" definition: HB 1488, SHB 1488, 2SHB 1488, SB 5074
Financial aid, college bound scholarship, expanding eligibility: HB 1512, SHB 1512, E2SHB 1512
Financial aid, college bound scholarship, using for community or technical college: HB 1214
Financial aid, cybersecurity conditional loan program: HB 1830
Financial aid, education loan debt counseling services, providing: HB 1169, SHB 1169, 2SHB 1169
Financial aid, education loan debt, opportunity, assistance, and relief for: HB 1169, SHB 1169, 2SHB 1169
Financial aid, educator conditional scholarship and loan repayment programs: 2SHB 1827
Financial aid, educator retooling conditional scholarship program, modifying: 2SHB 1827
Financial aid, federal student loan repayment in exchange for teaching service program, modifying: 2SHB 1827
Financial aid, future teachers conditional scholarship and loan repayment program: SB 5585
Financial aid, Gina Grant Bull memorial legislative page scholarship program: SB 5346, * SSB 5346, CH 322 (2017)
Financial aid, legislative page scholarship program, establishing: HB 1194, ESHB 1194
Financial aid, loan debt information for students, when: HB 1057, SHB 1057, SB 5017, SB 5022, * SSB 5022, CH 154 (2017)
Financial aid, loan default, occupational credential suspension for, repealing: HB 1052
Financial aid, loan disbursement via servicer or financial institution: HB 1499
Financial aid, loan forgiveness for teachers in high-need schools, when: HB 1643
Financial aid, loan servicers and ombuds, student education loan bill of rights: HB 1440, SHB 1440, E2SHB 1440, SB 5210
Financial aid, medical student loan program, establishing: HB 2127, HB 2143, SHB 2143, E2SHB 2143
Financial aid, need-based recipients, student success programs for: HB 1651
Financial aid, opportunity scholarship, for health professional advanced degrees: HB 2143, SHB 2143, E2SHB 2143
Financial aid, pathways scholarship account, for professional-technical programs: HB 1452, SHB 1452, SB 5361
Financial aid, pipeline for paraeducators conditional scholarship program, modifying: 2SHB 1827
Financial aid, pipeline for paraeducators scholarship, modifying provisions: * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV
Financial aid, practices of certain institutions, student protections: SHB 1439
Financial aid, public service graduate degree conditional grant program, creating: HB 1651
Financial aid, state need grant, award criteria and disbursement methods: SB 5820
Financial aid, state need grant, awarding at two-year college rate, when: HB 1214
Financial aid, state need grant, eligibility, minimum GPA requirement for: SB 5820
Financial aid, state need grant, expanding eligibility: HB 1841, SB 5476
Financial aid, state need grant, funding via repeal of certain tax preferences: SB 5821
Financial aid, state need grant, increasing funding via aerospace tax revenues: HB 2146
Financial aid, state need grant, private four-year institution student awards: HB 1033
Financial aid, state need grant, using for community or technical college: HB 1214
Financial aid, teacher shortage conditional scholarship program, modifying: 2SHB 1827
Financial aid, third-party student loan modification: HB 1440, SHB 1440, E2SHB 1440, SB 5210
Financial aid, unfair practices by for-profit institutions, student protections: HB 1439, SHB 1439
Financial aid, via bilingual educator initiative for bilingual students: SB 5712, SSB 5712
Financial education workshops, mandatory: * SSB 5100, CH 177 (2017)
Financial literacy seminars, live, mandatory: SB 5100
Flags, on campus, limiting those that can be flown: HB 1220
Food services, leasehold excise tax exemption: SB 5677
For-profit institutions and private vocational schools, study of, continuing: SHB 1439, E2SHB 1439
For-profit institutions, unfair practices, student ombuds, and requirements: HB 1439, SHB 1439, E2SHB 1439
Free speech, higher education institution policies affirming, requirements: HB 2223
Freedom of expression/speech, in student media, including civil action for relief: SB 5064, SSB 5064
Funding, education legacy trust account, various deposits into: HB 1549, HB 1550, SB 5112, ESB 5113
Funding, percentages from state appropriations and tuition, requirements: HB 1847
Gonzaga University, men's basketball team, honoring: * HR 4645 (2017), * SR 8644 (2017)
Higher education institutions, contributions of, economic impact, studying: HB 1910
Information technology, at state agencies, attracting students for, studying: HB 1697
International baccalaureate exams, credit policy for: HB 2252, SB 5917
Law enforcement and minority communities, data collection, role of a university: HB 1529, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Medical students, loan program, for rural physician workforce, establishing: HB 2127, HB 2143
Medical students, loan program, for rural/underserved physician workforce: SHB 2143, E2SHB 2143
Medical students, opportunity scholarship program to include: HB 2143, SHB 2143, E2SHB 2143
Mental health counseling and services, evaluating: HB 1651
Mental health counselors, full-time, for veterans attending colleges: HB 1737, SB 5525
Military members, spouse/child of, as "resident student," when: * SB 5778, CH 191 (2017)
Peer mentoring of students, competitive grant program for: HB 1651
Police officers at colleges, collective bargaining, binding interest arbitration: HB 1559
Presidents, council of, capital budget proposals and prioritized single lists role of: SHB 1325
Presidents, selecting, meetings/disclosure exemptions and senate confirmation: SB 5584
Private, disciplinary procedures, requiring for financial aid programs participation: HB 1962
Procurement, contracting for services provided by civil service employees: SB 5550
Property, of state university, leasehold excise tax credit, when: HB 1864, SB 5768, SSB 5768, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Seattle Pacific University, 125th anniversary of, celebrating: * HR 4643 (2017)
Seattle University, recognizing and celebrating 125th anniversary of founding of: * HR 4631 (2017)
Sexual violence, campus, student offenders, notation on records of: SB 5764
Sexual violence, campus, survivor-advocate records, confidentiality: SB 5764, * SSB 5764, CH 72 (2017)
Sexual violence, campus, task force on preventing, recommendations of: SB 5764, * SSB 5764, CH 72 (2017)
Social security numbers of students, handling by institutions, standards and prohibitions: HB 2249
STEM fields, increasing higher education enrollments to meet workforce needs: SB 5902
Students, "resident student," spouse/child of uniformed services member as, when: * SB 5778, CH 191 (2017)
Students, electronic benefit transfer cards for food assistance, on-campus use: HB 1569
Students, in baccalaureate program, WCCC child care eligibility, when: SB 5742
Students, rights of, for-profit institution notice concerning, requirements: HB 1439
Students, rights of, notice concerning, requirements: SHB 1439
Suicide prevention and behavioral health, comprehensive approach: HB 1379, SHB 1379
Textbooks, open educational resources grant pilot program: HB 1561, SHB 1561, E2SHB 1561
Textbooks, open educational resources pilot grant program: HB 1768
Textbooks, open source instructional materials, tax credit: HB 1253
Trigger warnings, using at faculty or staff discretion: HB 1362, SB 5832
Tuition and fees, transfer of certain units to college savings program: HB 2205, SB 5923
Tuition/fees, exemption, highway worker's surviving spouse and children, when: SB 5575
Tuition/fees, exemption, state employee's surviving spouse and children, when: HB 1887
Tuition/fees, waiver, space available tuition waivers for educational employees: 2SHB 1827
Tuition/fees, waiver, veteran/national guard child or spouse, stipend for, when: HB 2009, SHB 2009, 2SHB 2009
Tuition/fees, waiver, veteran/national guard, to include domestic support personnel: * SB 5826, CH 127 (2017)
U. of Washington, board of regents, adding faculty member: HB 1437
U. of Washington, climate impacts group, certain consultation, repealing: SB 5172
U. of Washington, Dante Pettis, football, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
U. of Washington, employee compensation using state bond proceeds, prohibiting: SB 5999
U. of Washington, John Ross, football, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
U. of Washington, medical facility contracts, alternative process for awarding: HB 1652, HB 1861, * SB 5631, CH 124 (2017)
U. of Washington, medical school, electronic medical record systems: SB 5787
U. of Washington, opioid use disorder treatment access grant program, UW role: SB 5839
U. of Washington, psychiatry, state hospital ARNP residency program plan: SB 5894
U. of Washington, psychiatry, state hospital ARNP training program plan: ESSB 5894
U. of Washington, public health, role in studying airport air quality: HB 1171, SHB 1171, SB 5225
U. of Washington, public service graduate degree conditional grant program: HB 1651
U. of Washington, school of dentistry, suicide prevention training curriculum: SHB 1612, * E2SHB 1612, CH 262 (2017) PV
U. of Washington, school of social work, role in suicide-safer homes task force: HB 1612, SHB 1612, * E2SHB 1612, CH 262 (2017) PV
Unfair business practices, by degree-granting institutions, violations and penalties: SHB 1439
Unfair business practices, by for-profit institutions, violations and penalties: HB 1439
Unfair practices, by degree-granting institutions, violations and penalties: E2SHB 1439
Veterans, attending colleges, full-time mental health counselors for: HB 1737, SB 5525
Washington next generation educational savings account pilot program, establishing: HB 1425, SHB 1425
Washington State U., board of regents, adding faculty member: HB 1437
Washington State U., center for sustaining agriculture and natural resources, food system study role: HB 1552
Washington State U., employee compensation using state bond proceeds, prohibiting: SB 5999
Washington State U., energy program, carbon pollution mitigation tax role: HB 2230
Washington State U., energy program, carbon pollution tax role: SB 5930
Washington State U., energy program, clean energy investment, studying: HB 2230, SB 5930
Washington State U., energy program, community solar company certification by: * ESSB 5939, CH 36 (2017)
Washington State U., energy program, renewable energy system cost recovery program role: HB 1048, SHB 1048, SB 5027, SB 5499, SB 5939, * ESSB 5939, CH 36 (2017)
Washington State U., Gabe Marks, football, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Washington State U., governmental studies, law enforcement diversity, studying: HB 1769
Washington State U., opioid use disorder treatment access grant program, WSU role: SB 5839
Washington State U., residency positions for child and adolescent psychiatry: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Washington State U., River Cracraft, football, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Washington State U., state psychiatric hospital ARNP training program plan: ESSB 5894
Washington State U., veterinary medicine, elk hoof disease prevention strategies: HB 1848, SB 5474, SSB 5474, * 2SSB 5474, CH 159 (2017)
Western Washington U., women's soccer team, honoring: * SR 8657 (2017)
COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT  COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also COMMUNITY ECONOMIC REVITALIZATION BOARD)
Affordable housing advisory board, housing land bank surplus property, studying: SHB 1752
Airport, international, air traffic and air quality at, department role in studying: HB 1171, SHB 1171, SB 5225
Broadband, deployment in underserved areas, grant program for, DOC role: SB 5935
Broadband, office, creating, and broadband deployment advisory group, DOC role: SB 5483
Buildings, state capital budget-funded, plaque requirement, department role: HB 1289, ESHB 1289
Carbon pollution mitigation tax, imposition and revenue disposition, department role: HB 1646, HB 2230, SB 5509
Carbon pollution tax on fossil fuels, imposing, department role: SB 5930
Carbon reduction investment fund, department duties in connection with creating of: HB 1555, HB 2230, SB 5127
Carbon reduction investment fund, project awards from, when, department role: HB 2230, SB 5930
Commercial office space, local tax exemption program for, department to study: SHB 1495
Community and law enforcement partnership grant program, department role: HB 1769
Crime victims advocacy, office, convening crime victim certification steering committee: HB 1022, SHB 1022
Crime victims advocacy, office, death by criminal means, notification, work group: HB 1759, SHB 1759
Crime victims advocacy, office, sexual assault nurse examiner practices/training: HB 2101
Digital inclusion and technology planning, advisory group on, repealing: SB 5935
Essential needs and housing support program, modifying to aid homeless: SB 5903
Greenhouse gas emissions, department reporting requirements: SHB 1144, 2SHB 1144
Growth management act, repeal of, conforming changes due to, DOC role: HB 1749
Higher education institutions, contributions of, economic impact, studying: HB 1910
Historic building rehabilitation financing pilot program, establishing, DOC role: HB 1995, SHB 1995, 2SHB 1995
Homeless client management information system, personal information for using: SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864
Homeless client management information system, use of: HB 2044, SHB 2044, SB 5657, SSB 5657
Homeless housing strategic plan, requirements, department role: HB 1570, ESHB 1570, SB 5254, SSB 5254, SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864
Homeless programs, document-recording surcharge effectiveness, measuring: * SB 5252, CH 15 (2017)
Homeless shelters, bed availability reporting, department role: SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864
Homeless youth prevention and protection programs, office of, duties and role of: SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864
Homelessness in Washington, statewide study of, department role: HB 1570, ESHB 1570, SB 5254, SSB 5254
Housing assistance program, homeownership projects funding: HB 1044
Housing, affordable, land bank, creating within department: HB 1752
Internet, high-speed, geographic information system map, DOC procurement of: SB 5483
Learning labs, in public middle and junior high schools, pilot project, department role: HB 1412, SB 5291
Local and community projects program, department to administer: SB 5452
Local and community projects, department to manage, when: SSB 5452
Low-income home rehabilitation revolving loan program, creating, department role: HB 1980, SHB 1980, 2SHB 1980, * ESB 5647, CH 285 (2017)
Manufactured/mobile home communities, purchase-opportunity notice, DOC role: HB 1798, SB 5627
Ombuds for employers interacting with L&I, creating within department: SB 5719, SSB 5719
Paint, lead-based paint activities program, certification fee, department role: HB 1873, SB 5643, SSB 5643
Pipeline accident mitigation account, creating for grants/loans, department role: HB 2135
Safe streets pilot project, to foster community engagement, department role: HB 1557, SHB 1557, SB 5650
Skilled worker awareness programs, coordinating, department role: * SSB 5713, CH 225 (2017)
Skilled worker grant program, grant review committee for, establishing: * SSB 5713, CH 225 (2017)
Skilled worker outreach, recruitment, and career awareness grant program, creating: * SSB 5713, CH 225 (2017)
Skilled worker outreach, recruitment, and key training program, creating, DOC role: HB 1949, SB 5713
Skilled worker program, grant review committee for, establishing: HB 1949, SB 5713
Small business retirement marketplace, investment options in, review, DOC role: HB 1850, HB 1966, SHB 1966, SB 5675, * SSB 5675, CH 69 (2017)
Washington academic, innovation, and mentoring (AIM) program, DOC role: SB 5258
Women helping women grant program, establishing, department role: SB 5092
Workforce needs and skilled worker programs, department role: HB 1949, SB 5713
COMMERCIAL VESSELS AND SHIPPING  COMMERCIAL VESSELS AND SHIPPING RSS Feed
               (See also BOATS AND BOATING; HAZARDOUS MATERIALS; OIL AND GAS)
Alcohol concentration, allowed when operating vessel, lowering: HB 1874
Aquatic invasive species prevention permits involving vessels, when: HB 1429, SHB 1429, SB 5303, * ESSB 5303, CH 17 (2017)
Ballast water, aquatic invasive species management measures involving: HB 1429, SHB 1429, SB 5303, * ESSB 5303, CH 17 (2017)
Economic disruption, intent to cause, special allegation of, when: SB 5009
Fee, for vessels from outside Washington, when: HB 1429, SB 5303
Fishing fleet, Washington state commercial, 2017 blessing of the fleet: SR 8652
Fishing fleet, Washington state commercial, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4633 (2017), SR 8652
Fishing vessel, crewmember license for persons working on, when: HB 1597, * ESHB 1597, CH 8 (2017)
Harbor maintenance tax, federal, requesting that Congress reform: HJM 4012, SJM 8008
Hiram M. Chittenden locks in Ballard, centennial of, celebrating: * HR 4638 (2017)
Oil transport, spill plans, notice, financial responsibility, and emergency response: HB 1611, SHB 1611, 2SHB 1611, SB 5462
Pilotage, vessels requiring, imposition of self-insurance premium surcharge, when: ESSB 5819
Shipyards and maritime industries, fishing fleet recapitalization, B&O preference: HB 1154
Tankers, large, in Puget Sound and adjacent waters, tug escort requirements: HB 1611, SHB 1611, 2SHB 1611, SB 5462
Tariffs, pilotage, increasing of, prohibiting, when: SB 5819, ESSB 5819
Vessels, operation or control of, allowed alcohol concentration, lowering: HB 1874
COMMERCIALLY SEXUALLY EXPLOITED CHILDREN STATEWIDE COORDINATING COMMITTEE  (See SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; VICTIMS OF CRIMES)
COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS  (See NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT)
COMMODITY BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS  (See AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT)
COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES  COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES RSS Feed
               (See also ADVANCED COLLEGE TUITION PAYMENT (GET) PROGRAM; COLLECTIVE BARGAINING; COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES)
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)
Athletic departments, senate committee budget approval due to deficits: SB 5109
Bill of rights, academic, concerning free speech and expression: HB 1362, SB 5832
Bookstores, leasehold excise tax exemption: EHB 1913, SB 5677, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
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, requests and prioritized ranking by 2-year colleges: HB 1325, SB 5087
Capital facilities, space and costs standards and scoring and weighting tool for: SHB 1325
Capital projects, higher education infrastructure investment program, establishing: SB 5684, SSB 5684
Child care providers, pilot program training module, aligning with college classes: HB 1758, SHB 1758
College savings program, Washington, transfer of tuition units to, when: HB 2205, SB 5923
Course materials, cost of, in course descriptions for registration: HB 1375
Course materials, cost of, in course descriptions for registration or via link: SHB 1375, * E2SHB 1375, CH 98 (2017)
Course materials, open source instructional, tax credit: HB 1253
Credentials, rural county high employer demand jobs program for earning: HB 2177
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)
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)
Employees, academic, additional compensation for: EHB 1237, SB 5993
Employees, collective bargaining unit representative elections: HB 1607, SB 5551
Employees, requiring union membership or dues/fees payment, prohibiting: SB 5692
Employees, student support staff, plan for increasing: HB 1888
Employment training program, Washington customized, repealing expiration of: HB 1130, * SHB 1130, CH 21 (2017), SB 5381, SSB 5381
Facilities, various, leasehold excise tax exemption: EHB 1913, SB 5677, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Faculty, additional compensation for: EHB 1237, SB 5993
Faculty, full-time, plan for increasing and for converting part-time faculty to: HB 1168, SHB 1168, 2SHB 1168, HB 1888
Faculty, part-time nontenure track, basing pay on percent of full-time workload: HB 1179
Faculty, part-time, overuse of, studying: HB 1888
Fees, services and activities, without reference to tuition: HB 1433, SHB 1433, SB 5592
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, as child adoption incentive: SB 5890, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, pledge options: HB 1293, SHB 1293, HB 1512, SHB 1512, E2SHB 1512
Financial aid, college bound scholarship, aligning eligibility with state need grant: HB 1512, SHB 1512, E2SHB 1512, SB 5074
Financial aid, college bound scholarship, expanding "resident student" definition: HB 1488, SHB 1488, 2SHB 1488, SB 5074
Financial aid, college bound scholarship, expanding eligibility: HB 1512, SHB 1512, E2SHB 1512
Financial aid, college bound scholarship, using for community or technical college: HB 1214
Financial aid, cybersecurity conditional loan program: HB 1830
Financial aid, education loan debt counseling services, providing: HB 1169, SHB 1169, 2SHB 1169
Financial aid, education loan debt, opportunity, assistance, and relief for: HB 1169, SHB 1169, 2SHB 1169
Financial aid, Gina Grant Bull memorial legislative page scholarship program: SB 5346, * SSB 5346, CH 322 (2017)
Financial aid, legislative page scholarship program, establishing: HB 1194, ESHB 1194
Financial aid, loan debt information for students, when: HB 1057, SHB 1057, SB 5017, SB 5022, * SSB 5022, CH 154 (2017)
Financial aid, loan default, occupational credential suspension for, repealing: HB 1052
Financial aid, loan disbursement via servicer or financial institution: HB 1499
Financial aid, loan forgiveness for teachers in high-need schools, when: HB 1643
Financial aid, loan servicers and ombuds, student education loan bill of rights: HB 1440, SHB 1440, E2SHB 1440, SB 5210
Financial aid, need-based recipients, student success programs for: HB 1651
Financial aid, pathways scholarship account, for professional-technical programs: HB 1452, SHB 1452, SB 5361
Financial aid, public service graduate degree conditional grant program, creating: HB 1651
Financial aid, state need grant, award criteria and disbursement methods: SB 5820
Financial aid, state need grant, eligibility, minimum GPA requirement for: SB 5820
Financial aid, state need grant, expanding eligibility: HB 1841, SB 5476
Financial aid, state need grant, funding via repeal of certain tax preferences: SB 5821
Financial aid, state need grant, increasing funding via aerospace tax revenues: HB 2146
Financial aid, state need grant, using for community or technical college: HB 1214
Financial aid, third-party student loan modification: HB 1440, SHB 1440, E2SHB 1440, SB 5210
Financial aid, via bilingual educator initiative for bilingual students: SB 5712, SSB 5712
Financial education workshops, mandatory: * SSB 5100, CH 177 (2017)
Financial literacy seminars, live, mandatory: SB 5100
Flags, on campus, limiting those that can be flown: HB 1220
Food services, leasehold excise tax exemption: EHB 1913, SB 5677, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Forest reserve lands for community and technical colleges, exchanges/transfers: * SB 5924, CH 35 (2017) PV
Free speech, higher education institution policies affirming, requirements: HB 2223
Freedom of expression/speech, in student media, including civil action for relief: SB 5064, SSB 5064
Funding, education legacy trust account, various deposits into: HB 1549, HB 1550, SB 5112, ESB 5113
High school diplomas, through technical college direct funded enrollment program: HB 1733, * SB 5640, CH 93 (2017)
High school students, at technical colleges, taking alternative assessment, when: SB 5639
Higher education institutions, contributions of, economic impact, studying: HB 1910
Incarcerated adults, associate degree education for, when: HB 1129, SHB 1129, SB 5069, * SSB 5069, CH 120 (2017)
Information technology, at state agencies, attracting students for, studying: HB 1697
International baccalaureate exams, credit policy for: HB 2252, SB 5917
Mental health counseling and services, evaluating: HB 1651
Mental health counselors, full-time, for veterans attending colleges: HB 1737, SB 5525
Military members, spouse/child of, as "resident student," when: * SB 5778, CH 191 (2017)
Paraeducators, associate of arts degree and apprenticeship standards: HB 1115, * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV, SB 5070
Peer mentoring of students, competitive grant program for: HB 1651
Private, disciplinary procedures, requiring for financial aid programs participation: HB 1962
Procurement, contracting for services provided by civil service employees: SB 5550
Promise program, Washington, for resident students, establishing: HB 1840, SHB 1840, SB 5666
Property owned or used by or for colleges, property tax exemption: HB 1397, SB 5380
Sexual violence, campus, student offenders, notation on records of: SB 5764
Sexual violence, campus, survivor-advocate records, confidentiality: SB 5764, * SSB 5764, CH 72 (2017)
Sexual violence, campus, task force on preventing, recommendations of: SB 5764, * SSB 5764, CH 72 (2017)
Social security numbers of students, handling by institutions, standards and prohibitions: HB 2249
STEM fields, increasing higher education enrollments to meet workforce needs: SB 5902
Students, "resident student," spouse/child of uniformed services member as, when: * SB 5778, CH 191 (2017)
Students, electronic benefit transfer cards for food assistance, on-campus use: HB 1569
Students, homeless, planning to aid, pilot program for: SB 5903
Suicide prevention and behavioral health, comprehensive approach: HB 1379, SHB 1379
Textbooks, cost of, in course descriptions for registration: HB 1375
Textbooks, cost of, in course descriptions for registration or via link: SHB 1375, * E2SHB 1375, CH 98 (2017)
Textbooks, open source instructional materials, tax credit: HB 1253
Trigger warnings, using at faculty or staff discretion: HB 1362, SB 5832
Tuition and fees, transfer of certain units to college savings program: HB 2205, SB 5923
Tuition, tuition operating fees, freezing at 2016-17 level, when: SB 5568
Tuition/fees, waiver, veteran/national guard child or spouse, stipend for, when: HB 2009, SHB 2009, 2SHB 2009
Tuition/fees, waiver, veteran/national guard, to include domestic support personnel: * SB 5826, CH 127 (2017)
Veterans, attending colleges, full-time mental health counselors for: HB 1737, SB 5525
Washington next generation educational savings account pilot program, establishing: HB 1425, SHB 1425
COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES, STATE BOARD FOR  COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES, STATE BOARD FOR RSS Feed
               
Brown, Marty, executive director, recognizing and thanking: * SR 8669 (2017)
Community colleges, full-time faculty and staff, plan for increasing, state board role: HB 1888
Community colleges, full-time faculty, plan for increasing, state board role: HB 1168, SHB 1168, 2SHB 1168
Community colleges, overuse of part-time faculty by, studying, state board role: HB 1888
Employment training program, Washington customized, repealing expiration of: HB 1130, * SHB 1130, CH 21 (2017), SB 5381, SSB 5381
Forest reserve lands for community and technical colleges, transfers to board: * SB 5924, CH 35 (2017) PV
Incarcerated adults, associate degree education for, state board role: HB 1129, SHB 1129, SB 5069, * SSB 5069, CH 120 (2017)
Promise program, Washington, effectiveness of, studying, state board role: SHB 1840
Promise program, Washington, for resident students, establishing, state board role: HB 1840, SHB 1840, SB 5666
Students, homeless, planning to aid, pilot program for, state board role: SB 5903
COMMUNITY ECONOMIC REVITALIZATION BOARD  COMMUNITY ECONOMIC REVITALIZATION BOARD RSS Feed
               
Membership, alternate members: HB 2218
Public facilities financing, by board, rural development criterion for projects: HB 2133
Public facilities financing, by board, strategic plan development and reports: HB 1912, SHB 1912
COMPOSTING  (See SOLID WASTE)
COMPUTERS  COMPUTERS RSS Feed
               (See also CURRENCY; ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS)
Broadband access task force, creating: SB 5935
Broadband access, governor's office on, creating: SB 5935
Broadband deployment partnership initiative, creating: SB 5935
Broadband internet access services, customer proprietary information, privacy of: HB 2200, ESHB 2200
Broadband, advisory group on broadband deployment and adoption, convening: SB 5483
Broadband, broadband office, creating: SB 5483
Broadband, deployment in underserved areas, grant program for: SB 5935
Cybersecurity incidents, state of emergency, governor authority to proclaim: HB 1419
Cybersecurity, at state agencies, attracting students for, studying methods: HB 1697
Cybersecurity, blue ribbon panel on, convening: HB 1418, SHB 1418
Cybersecurity, conditional loan program for higher education: HB 1830
Cybersecurity, coordinating with emergency management, task force on, CIO role: HB 2086
Cybersecurity, state, excellence assessments: SB 5455, SSB 5455
Cyberstalking, as crime, revising and renaming: HB 2254
Data networks of state agencies, classification schedule and encryption standards: HB 1479
Data networks of state agencies, payment credentials stored on, requirements: HB 1421, SHB 1421
Data storage system, internet-based, for local agency electronic records: HB 1516, SHB 1516
Digital citizenship, media literacy, and internet safety, advancing in schools: SB 5449, * ESSB 5449, CH 90 (2017)
Digital inclusion and technology planning, advisory group on, repealing: SB 5935
Electronic data, federal agencies collecting, agency cooperation with, prohibiting: HB 1193
Fundraising portals, online for crowdfunding, tax exemptions, when: HB 1695
Information systems, certain appropriations if breached, constitutional amendment: HJR 4202
Information technology security, subject of governing body executive sessions: HB 1417, * SHB 1417, CH 137 (2017)
Information technology systems and infrastructure, state agency, testing security of: HB 1929, SHB 1929, 2SHB 1929, HB 2172
Information technology, at state agencies, attracting students for, studying: HB 1697
Information technology, DES contract operations, excellence assessments of: SSB 5572
Information technology, state agency, information technology investment account: SB 5915, SSB 5915
Information technology, state procurement of, chief information officer oversight of: HB 1787, SHB 1787, SB 5572, SSB 5572, SB 5915
Infrastructure, public and private computer networks, disclosure exemption: * HB 1829, CH 149 (2017)
Internet crimes against children, child pornography, funding for combating: HB 2072
Internet crimes against children, sexual exploitation, subpoenas, when: * EHB 1728, CH 114 (2017)
Internet providers, government contracts, personal information collection, when: SB 5919
Internet purchases of tobacco, shipping prohibition exemption for pipe tobacco: HB 1946
Internet services contracts, active duty military service member termination of: HB 1056, SB 5041
Internet, broadband access services, customer proprietary information, privacy of: HB 2200, ESHB 2200
Internet, electronic report-filing by lobbyists over, requirements: SSB 5120, SB 5737
Internet, high-speed, geographic information system map, procurement of: SB 5483
Internet, via telecommunications, company disclosures on billing statement: SB 5483
Medical record systems, electronic, agency purchase or upgrade of: SB 5787
Personal electronic data retrieval devices, using while driving, infraction: HB 1371, ESHB 1371, HB 2235, HB 2236, SB 5289, * SSB 5289, CH 334 (2017) PV
Public records, information technology systems for, local agency grant program: HB 1594, * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017)
Records, official electronic, legal material in, preservation and authentication: * SB 5039, CH 106 (2017)
Schools, online career and technical education courses: HB 1756
Schools, open educational resources project, removing expiration: HB 1688
Schools, openly licensed courseware, library of, provisions: HB 1688
Searches and seizures, security from unreasonable, constitutional amendment: HJR 4201
Social security numbers, data standards for, including prohibitions: HB 2249
Ticket sellers, web sites of, selling software to interfere with, prohibition: HB 1584
Transportation network companies, digital networks of, role: SB 5620, ESSB 5620
CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS  CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS RSS Feed
               
1063 Capitol Way, naming new building the Helen Sommers Building: HCR 4400, SCR 8403
Deceased former members of legislature, joint session to honor: * SCR 8402 (2017)
Legislature, 2017 first special session, adjourning SINE DIE: * HCR 4406 (2017)
Legislature, 2017 first special session, reintroduction of bills, memorials, and resolutions: * SCR 8404 (2017)
Legislature, 2017 first special session, returning bills, memorials, and resolutions to house of origin: * HCR 4405 (2017)
Legislature, 2017 regular session, adjourning SINE DIE: HCR 4404
Legislature, 2017 regular session, returning bills, memorials, and resolutions to house of origin: HCR 4403
Legislature, 2017 second special session, adjourning SINE DIE: * HCR 4408 (2017)
Legislature, 2017 second special session, reintroduction of bills, memorials, and resolutions: * SCR 8405 (2017)
Legislature, 2017 second special session, returning bills, memorials, and resolutions to house of origin: * HCR 4407 (2017)
Legislature, 2017 third special session, adjourning SINE DIE: * HCR 4410 (2017)
Legislature, 2017 third special session, reintroduction of bills, memorials, and resolutions: * SCR 8406 (2017)
Legislature, 2017 third special session, returning bills, memorials, and resolutions to house of origin: * HCR 4409 (2017)
Legislature, bills and other legislation, cutoff dates: * SCR 8400 (2017)
Legislature, joint session, elective state officers, canvassing vote of: * HCR 4401 (2017)
Legislature, joint session, governor's inaugural address: * HCR 4401 (2017)
Legislature, joint session, oath of office for statewide elected officials: * HCR 4401 (2017)
Workforce training and education, 2016 state comprehensive plan, approving: HCR 4402, * SCR 8401 (2017)
CONDOMINIUMS  (See HOMES AND HOUSING)
CONSERVATION  CONSERVATION RSS Feed
               (See also CONSERVATION COMMISSION)
Conservation futures program, tax revenue provisions: HB 1820, * SHB 1820, CH 148 (2017)
Conservation or energy efficiency, projects of statewide significance for: SB 5621
CONSERVATION COMMISSION  CONSERVATION COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Food policy forum, Washington, commission role in establishing: HB 1562, SHB 1562, E2SHB 1562
CONSOLIDATED TECHNOLOGY SERVICES AGENCY  CONSOLIDATED TECHNOLOGY SERVICES AGENCY RSS Feed
               (See also CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, OFFICE OF THE STATE)
Cybersecurity, state, excellence assessments, agency role: SB 5455, SSB 5455
CONSTITUTION, STATE  CONSTITUTION, STATE RSS Feed
               (See also JOINT RESOLUTIONS; RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS)
Authentication and preservation, as legal material in official electronic records: * SB 5039, CH 106 (2017)
Federal executive orders, unconstitutional, right to protest and seek reimbursement: SB 5724
Free speech and exercise of religion, coaches and others after sports activity: HB 1602
Free speech, higher education institution policies affirming, requirements: HB 2223
Immunization, of school children, religious objection under constitution: HB 2092
Legislative act constitutionality determinations, role of courts and legislature: HB 1072
Local government constitutional/statutory obligations and revenue authority, studying: HB 2011
Prayer, by public employees, extending constitutional protection to: HB 2217
Vaccination, of school children, religious objection under constitution: HB 2092
CONSTITUTION, U.S.  CONSTITUTION, U.S. RSS Feed
               (See also RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS)
13th amendment to U.S. constitution, 152nd anniversary of, recognizing: * SR 8618 (2017)
19th amendment to U.S. constitution, centennial of, preparing to commemorate: HB 2007, SB 5780
Election campaign contributions, regulating, constitutional amendment: SJM 8001
Election campaign contributions, regulating, constitutional amendment convention: HJM 4003, SJM 8000
Federal executive orders, unconstitutional, right to protest and seek reimbursement: SB 5724
First amendment, free speech and exercise of religion, after school sports: HB 1602
Free exercise of religion and freedom of conscience, as rights, legal deference to: HB 1217
Free speech, higher education institution policies affirming, requirements: HB 2223
Immunization, of school children, religious objection under constitution: HB 2092
Parental rights amendment, urging Congress to propose to states for ratification: HJM 4005
Prayer, by public employees, extending constitutional protection to: HB 2217
Slavery, abolition in U.S. of, recognizing 152nd anniversary of 13th amendment: * SR 8618 (2017)
Tahoma High School We the People team, honoring: * HR 4611 (2017), * SR 8610 (2017)
U.S. government and Congress, limits on, U.S. constitutional amendment convention: HJM 4006, SJM 8003
Vaccination, of school children, religious objection under constitution: HB 2092
CONSUMER PROTECTION  CONSUMER PROTECTION RSS Feed
               
Broadband internet access services, customer proprietary information, privacy of: HB 2200, ESHB 2200
Contracts, business equipment leasing, automatic renewal or extension: SB 5507
Drugs, generic, excessive price increases: SB 5995
For-profit degree-granting higher education institutions, unfair practices by: HB 1439, SHB 1439
Higher education institutions, unfair practices by: SHB 1439, E2SHB 1439
Insurance, dental only plans, extending patient bill of rights protections to: HB 1316, ESHB 1316
Insurance, dental only plans, extending patient protections to: HB 1316, ESHB 1316
Internet providers, government contracts, personal information collection, when: SB 5919
Lemon law/warranty act, application to motor homes/recreational vehicles: HB 2017
Medical services, balance billing by out-of-network providers, protections against: HB 1117, HB 2114, ESHB 2114, SB 5579, SB 5619
Medical services, unexpected out-of-network costs at facilities, protections: HB 1870, SB 5654
Military service members, active duty, terminating certain services contracts: HB 1056, SB 5041
Private vocational schools, unfair practices by: HB 1439, SHB 1439, E2SHB 1439
Sewage sludge/biosolids, food grown in, labeling requirements: HB 1653
Telecommunications providers, certain contracts, personal information collection: SB 5919
Unions, labor, unfair or deceptive practices by, civil actions against: SB 5174
CONTRACEPTION  (See DRUGS; HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC; WOMEN)
CONTRACTORS  CONTRACTORS RSS Feed
               (See also ELECTRICIANS; PLUMBERS AND PLUMBING; PUBLIC WORKS)
Construction registration inspection account, creating: * HB 1716, CH 11 (2017)
Contracts for construction, clauses waiving claim rights to damages, voiding: HB 1574, SB 5788
Contracts for construction, equitable adjustment though not notice-compliant, when: SSB 5788
Independent contractors, misclassifying employees as, prohibiting: HB 1300, SHB 1300, SB 5527
Masonry trades, cross-training among: HB 2130
Registration, deposit of fees into construction registration inspection account: * HB 1716, CH 11 (2017)
State agency contractors, federal tax information access, background checks: HB 2208, SSB 5915
State procurement, "contracting out" assessment and contractor ethical standards: HB 1851, ESHB 1851
Subcontractor information reporting, by local governments issuing building permits: HB 2186, SHB 2186, SB 5929
Subcontractors, portion of retainage on public improvement contracts, bonding: HB 1538, * ESHB 1538, CH 302 (2017), SB 5222
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES  (See DRUGS)
CONVENTION AND TRADE CENTERS  CONVENTION AND TRADE CENTERS RSS Feed
               
King Co., convention center lodging tax, applying to premises with fewer units: HB 2015, SHB 2015, SB 5850
Pistols, concealed, carrying in public facilities with license: HB 1015
Public facilities district convention center, expansion, tax deferrals: HB 2070
CONVEYANCES  CONVEYANCES RSS Feed
               
Elevators, class B work, including residential chair lifts, permits for: HB 1408, SB 5340, SSB 5340
Elevators, etc., deposit of fees into construction registration inspection account: * HB 1716, CH 11 (2017)
COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS  COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS RSS Feed
               (See also BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS)
Marijuana business licenses, association interest holders' residency: HB 1127, HB 1151, SB 5102
CORONERS AND MEDICAL EXAMINERS  (See COUNTIES; DEATH)
CORPORATIONS  CORPORATIONS RSS Feed
               (See also BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS)
Business corporation act, revisions: * SB 5011, CH 28 (2017)
Campaigns, contributions, by foreign nationals-controlled corporations, prohibiting: SB 5570
Crimes, committed by corporation, fines for certain offenses, limits for: HB 1806
Defective corporate actions, new chapter: * SB 5011, CH 28 (2017)
Dental practices, permissible role of corporation in: HB 1389, SHB 1389, HB 2229, SB 5158, * SSB 5322, CH 320 (2017)
Election campaign contributions by corporations, U.S. constitutional amendment: SJM 8001
Election campaign contributions by corporations, U.S. constitutional amendment convention: HJM 4003, SJM 8000
Marijuana business licenses, corporation interest holders' residency: HB 1127, HB 1151, SB 5102
Nonprofit, association of Washington generals, expanding purpose of: HB 1984, SHB 1984, SB 5746
Nonprofit, definition of, expanding for certain facilities financing purposes: HB 1627
Nonprofit, low-income homeownership development, property tax exemption: HB 1532, SHB 1532, SB 5143, SSB 5143
Nonprofit, marijuana business licenses, interest holders' residency: HB 1127, HB 1151, SB 5102
Nonprofit, minimum wage, for adults employed by nonprofit employer: SB 5532
CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AND JAILS  CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AND JAILS RSS Feed
               (See also CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF; CRIMINAL OFFENDERS; LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS)
Blood samples, collection by forensic phlebotomists or certain professionals, when: SB 5186, SSB 5186
Correctional facilities, bond proceeds for: HB 1080, SHB 1080, SB 5090, SSB 5090
Deadly force, corrections and/or law enforcement officer standards for use of: HB 1000, HB 1529, SB 5000, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Deadly force, peace officer and public officer standards for use of: HB 1000, HB 1529, SB 5000, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Employee names and contact information, records request for, procedures, when: SB 5326
Homicide, justifiable, corrections and/or law enforcement officer standards for: HB 1000, HB 1529, SB 5000, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Homicide, justifiable, peace officer and public officer standards for: HB 1000, HB 1529, SB 5000, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Inmates, associate degree education for, when: HB 1129, SHB 1129, SB 5069, * SSB 5069, CH 120 (2017)
Inmates, pregnant or having given birth, doula or midwifery services for: SHB 2016
Inmates, pregnant or having given birth, doula services for: HB 1704, HB 2016
Jails, booking photographs, providing to DOC, when: SB 5776
Jails, DNA sample collection at intake, from certain offenders: HB 1111, SHB 1111
Jails, DNA sample collection from certain offenders, procedures: HB 1138
Jails, jail accreditation project, establishing to improve safety: HB 1769
Juvenile facility, E. Washington county consortium operation of, when: * HB 1983, CH 278 (2017)
Nursing care for offender populations, PSERS membership for providers, when: HB 1558
Offender programs, cognitive behavioral change and reentry specific, plan for: SHB 2025
Offender programs, state-funded, comprehensive plan for, developing: HB 2025, SHB 2025
Officers, corrections and/or law enforcement, standards for use of deadly force: HB 1000, SB 5000
Older offenders, petitioning for early release, when: HB 1866
Ombuds, office of corrections, and ombuds advisory council, creating: HB 1889, SHB 1889, HB 2184, SB 5294, 2ESSB 5294, SB 5465, ESSB 5465, SB 5952, ESSB 5952
Release dates of prisoners, calculation errors concerning, requirements: HB 2184, SB 5294, 2ESSB 5294, SB 5952, ESSB 5952
Release from state prison, offender identicard for: HB 1679, SHB 1679, SB 5558, SSB 5558, 2SSB 5558, 3SSB 5558, SB 5904
Women, corrections centers for, temporary housing assistance after release: SB 5077, * SSB 5077, CH 214 (2017)
CORRECTIONS OFFICERS  (See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AND JAILS; CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF)
CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF  CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF RSS Feed
               (See also CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AND JAILS)
Correctional industries work programs, offender workers' compensation premiums: HB 1227
Correctional industries work programs, offender workers' wage deductions: * EHB 1248, CH 81 (2017)
Employee names and contact information, records request for, procedures, when: SB 5326
Identicards, for offenders being released from state prisons, department role: SSB 5558, 2SSB 5558, 3SSB 5558, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Incarcerated adults, associate degree education for, department role: HB 1129, SHB 1129, SB 5069, * SSB 5069, CH 120 (2017)
Information technology and records departments, JLARC audit of: HB 2184, SB 5294, 2ESSB 5294, SB 5952, ESSB 5952
Juveniles, convicted as adults, placing in DSHS facility, department role: HB 1743, SHB 1743, 2SHB 1743, SB 5613, SSB 5613
Offender programs, state-funded, comprehensive plan for, department role: HB 2025, SHB 2025
Offenders, community custody, for violent or sex offense, when: SB 5904
Offenders, community custody, pilot program for motor vehicle-related felonies: HB 1914, HB 1976, SHB 1976
Offenders, community custody, pilot program for theft or taking of motor vehicle: SB 5539, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Offenders, community custody, serving multiple terms concurrently, when: HB 1678, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Offenders, community custody, supervision, and placement, calculating terms of: HB 1678, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Offenders, community supervision, photographs with violator arrest warrant: SB 5776
Ombuds, office of corrections, and ombuds advisory council, creating: HB 1889, SHB 1889, HB 2184, SB 5294, 2ESSB 5294, SB 5465, ESSB 5465, SB 5952, ESSB 5952
Release dates of prisoners, calculation errors, department requirements: HB 2184, SB 5294, 2ESSB 5294, SB 5952, ESSB 5952
Rental housing providers for released inmates, community impact statements, when: HB 1626, * SHB 1626, CH 141 (2017), SB 5458, SSB 5458
Sentencing elements worksheet, developing, department role: HB 1680, SHB 1680, HB 2184
Sex offenders, incarcerated, DOC treatment placement based on risk of reoffending: * HB 1754, CH 144 (2017)
Trust lands, charitable, educational, penal, and reformatory institutions, transfers: * SB 5924, CH 35 (2017) PV
Urban development areas, department-owned property within, inventory of: HB 1752
Women, corrections centers for, housing assistance after release, department role: SB 5077, * SSB 5077, CH 214 (2017)
COSMETOLOGISTS, HAIR DESIGNERS, BARBERS, MANICURISTS, AND ESTHETICIANS  (See PROFESSIONS)
COUNSELORS AND COUNSELING  COUNSELORS AND COUNSELING RSS Feed
               (See also HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS; MENTAL HEALTH; PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHIATRISTS; PSYCHOLOGISTS)
Behavioral health services, audits, HCA and DSHS requirements, modifying: * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Behavioral health services, DSHS documentation requirements, DSHS to review: SHB 1819, * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Behavioral health services, HCA documentation requirements, HCA to review: * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Behavioral health services, provision of, reducing inefficiencies and duplications: HB 1819
Behavioral health services, provision of, reducing inefficiencies/duplications: SB 5749, SSB 5749, 2SSB 5749
Mental health counselors, full-time, for veterans attending colleges: HB 1737, SB 5525
Patient/client threats against persons, violent, counselor responsibility: HB 1810, ESB 5800
School counselors and social workers, meeting student mental health needs: HB 1377, SHB 1377
School counselors and social workers, social-emotional learning support: HB 1621
School counselors, guidance, supporting social-emotional learning: HB 1621
School counselors, psychologists, and social workers, task force on, convening: HB 1377, SHB 1377
Social workers, casework and paperwork, review of requirements by DSHS: HB 1819, SB 5749, SSB 5749, 2SSB 5749
COUNTIES  COUNTIES RSS Feed
               (See also AUDITORS AND AUDITING; BUILDING CODES AND PERMITS; COURTS; ELECTIONS; GROWTH MANAGEMENT; HOMES AND HOUSING; LIBRARIES; LOCAL GOVERNMENT; PUBLIC WORKS; SEWAGE AND SEWERS; TAXES - LODGING TAX; WATER RIGHTS)
Background checks of county employees and certain others, by ordinance, when: * EHB 1620, CH 332 (2017), SHB 1620, SB 5399
Boundary review boards, annexation boundaries, actions involving: HB 1682, ESB 5652
Business improvement districts, purposes, procedures, and authority of: HB 1823
Business improvement districts, renaming PBIAs as: HB 1823
Clark, adding to farm internship pilot project: * HB 1906, CH 150 (2017)
Clark, elder justice center demonstration program, Clark county center expansion: SB 5349
Clean energy districts, creating, county authority for: HB 1964
Commissioners, elections of, provisions: HB 1535
Coroner, inquest, procedures: SB 5769, SSB 5769
Coroners and medical examiners, case management system for, funding of: * HB 1794, CH 146 (2017), SB 5612
Coroners, at scene of death, ordering persons to vacate, authority for: HB 1142
Cowlitz, adding to farm internship pilot project: * HB 1906, CH 150 (2017)
Criminal justice purposes, property tax levies for, authority of all counties for: SHB 2006, HB 2041
Criminal justice, county criminal justice assistance account, funds use: HB 2006
Eastern Washington counties, state purchase of land in urban growth areas in: HB 1441
Eastern Washington county consortium, juvenile correctional facility operation by: * HB 1983, CH 278 (2017)
Grant county international airport, TRACON facilities at, requesting they be made permanent: HJM 4013, SJM 8013
King, convention center lodging tax, applying to lodging premises with fewer units: HB 2015, SHB 2015, SB 5850
King, Kathleen Southwick, Crisis Clinic executive director, honoring: * SR 8636 (2017)
King, superior court judge William L. Downing, recognizing: * SR 8617 (2017)
King, WestSide Baby and its founder, Donna Pierce, recognizing and honoring: * SR 8647 (2017)
Kitsap, comprehensive plan, schedule for updates to: HB 1089
Laws, rules, and policies, state, municipality self-designated sanctuary from: HB 2178
Mason, Miss and Mr. Mason area pageant, members of, gratitude for: * HR 4603 (2017), * SR 8601 (2017)
Medical examiner, inquests, provisions: SSB 5769
New counties, formation of, procedures for, establishing: SB 5932
Pierce, Melanie Dressel, honoring the life and accomplishments of: * HR 4624 (2017)
Pierce, Melanie J. Dressel, honoring the life and career of: * SR 8635 (2017)
Pierce, river sediment management demonstration project, permitting for: HB 1660, SB 5611
Public defense services, counties providing, reimbursement of: HB 2031
Redistricting, noncharter counties, to include redistricting committees and elections: HB 1535
Rent, commercial properties, state preemption of rent controls: SSB 5286
Rural county high employer demand jobs program, establishing: HB 2177
Services and functions, core, costs for each county, studying: SB 5752
Snohomish, community residential developmental disabilities services, payment: HB 1062, SB 5014, SSB 5014
Snohomish, property in diking improvement districts in, certain fees, exemption: SB 5524
Snohomish, sheriff's office, Pat Stack, honoring: * HR 4636 (2017)
Spokane, elder justice center demonstration program, Spokane county center: SB 5349
Treasurers, acting as special purpose district treasurer, financial report role, when: SB 5034
Treasurers, contracting with another treasurer to perform services or duties, when: HB 1993
Treasurers, property tax collection, administration of delinquent payments: HB 1991
Treasurers, property tax collection, administrative efficiencies: * EHB 1648, CH 142 (2017), SB 5314, SSB 5314
Treasurers, property tax collection, retaining portion for administrative costs: HB 1992
Treasurers, real estate excise tax collection, requirements: * EHB 1648, CH 142 (2017), SB 5314, SSB 5314
Urban development areas, county-owned property within, inventory of: HB 1752
Wage, minimum, for adults, in counties under certain population threshold: SB 5530
Wages, payment of, county requirements, enforcement, or regulation, prohibiting: HB 2065
Walla Walla, adding to farm internship pilot project: * HB 1906, CH 150 (2017)
Whatcom, fire district no. 7, fire chief Gary Russell, recognizing: * HR 4649 (2017)
COURTS  COURTS RSS Feed
               (See also ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS; ATTORNEYS; CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL GUARDIANSHIP BOARD; CIVIL PROCEDURE; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE; DEATH; GUARDIANSHIP; JUDGES; JUVENILE COURT AND JUVENILE OFFENDERS; MINORITY AND JUSTICE COMMISSION; ORDERS OF COURT; PUBLIC DEFENSE, OFFICE; PUBLIC GUARDIANSHIP, OFFICE)
Administrative actions by agencies, judicial review, new evidence limitations: SB 5056
Administrative actions by agencies, judicial review, not deferring to agency interpretation: HB 1659
Administrative actions by government, judicial review, actions for: SB 5058
Advocates for children, special court-appointed, removal by court, when: * HB 1401, CH 99 (2017)
Appellate courts, electronic filing of court documents in: SB 5273
Bar association, establishment and member-regulating statutes, repealing: HB 2091
Bar associations, mandatory, prohibiting of and shifting functions to supreme court, constitutional amendment: HJR 4206
Clerks, courts of record, certain duties, modifying: HB 1396, SB 5327, * SSB 5327, CH 183 (2017)
Criminal justice purposes, property tax levies for, authority of all counties for: SHB 2006, HB 2041
District courts, filing fee surcharges for dispute resolution center funding: HB 1070, SHB 1070
District courts, small claims department, prevailing party judgment recovery: HB 1196, SHB 1196, SB 5175
Drug courts, using criminal justice treatment account funds for: HB 1524, SHB 1524
Electronic filing of court documents, in superior and appellate courts: SB 5273
Federal executive orders, against precedent, protesting and seeking reimbursement: SB 5724
Filing fees, surcharges on, for district and superior courts and appellate review: * HB 1140, CH 2 (2017), SB 5809
Guardians ad litem, volunteer, for a child, removal by court, when: * HB 1401, CH 99 (2017)
Indigency, court imposition of costs on indigent defendant, prohibiting: HB 1783, SHB 1783, E2SHB 1783
Indigency, determinations, indigent or indigent and able to contribute: SB 5376
Interpreters for non-English-speaking persons, oath requirements: * HB 1285, CH 83 (2017)
Interpreters for non-English-speaking persons, providing and reimbursing: HB 1186, SHB 1186
Interpreters for persons with hearing or speech impairment, oath requirements: * HB 1285, CH 83 (2017)
Jurors, prospective, elderly person's choice to be excused, allowing: HB 1945
Juvenile special sex offender disposition alternative treatment courts, establishing: SB 5695
Juvenile treatment courts, establishing: SB 5695
Legislative acts, constitutionality of, court and legislative roles in determinations: HB 1072
Limited jurisdiction, courts of, solemnizing of marriages by commissioners of: HB 1221
Limited license legal technicians, fees and role in domestic violence cases: SB 5213
Municipal court, Federal Way, motor vehicle-related felonies pilot program: HB 1914, HB 1976, SHB 1976
Municipal court, issuance of search warrant, jurisdictional requirements: HB 2139
Small claims courts, filing fees and prevailing party judgment recovery: HB 1196, SHB 1196, SB 5175
Small claims courts, jurisdiction and transfers: SB 5989
Superior court, King county, judge William L. Downing, recognizing: * SR 8617 (2017)
Superior court, Spokane county, motor vehicle-related felonies pilot program: HB 1914, HB 1976, SHB 1976, SB 5539
Superior courts, electronic filing of court documents in: SB 5273
Superior courts, filing fee surcharges for dispute resolution center funding: HB 1070, SHB 1070
Superior courts, review of challenges to growth management planning in: HB 1224
Supreme court, gender and justice commission, domestic violence work groups: HB 1163, SHB 1163, * E2SHB 1163, CH 272 (2017), SB 5904
Supreme court, gender and justice commission, dually involved females, studying: SB 5831
Supreme court, Hirst decision on private wells for residential developments: HB 2239, HB 2248
Supreme court, justices, reducing number and delaying next election of: HB 2181
Supreme court, shifting practice of law and justice oversight functions to, constitutional amendment: HJR 4206
Tax court, authorizing via constitutional amendment: SJR 8209
Tax court, state, creating: SB 5866, SSB 5866, E2SSB 5866
Therapeutic courts, drug courts, using criminal justice treatment account funds for: HB 1524, SHB 1524
Therapeutic courts, homeless persons, court programs/services, revenues for: SB 5903
Youth courts, jurisdiction over public transit infractions by certain juveniles: HB 1199, * SHB 1199, CH 9 (2017), SB 5203, SSB 5203
CREDIT AND DEBIT CARDS  CREDIT AND DEBIT CARDS RSS Feed
               
Collection agencies, credit card payment transaction fees: HB 1061, SB 5043, SSB 5043
Credit accounts, private label, unpaid balances retailer sales tax credit or refund: SB 5910
Distributors of beer, spirits and/or wine, fee when certain retailers use credit card: * ESB 5665, CH 190 (2017)
Distributors of spirits and/or wine, fee when certain retailers use credit card: HB 1893, SHB 1893
Toll facilities, Tacoma Narrows bridge, unstaffed toll booths accepting credit cards: HB 1443
CREDIT UNIONS  (See FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS)
CREMATION  (See HUMAN REMAINS)
CRIME VICTIMS ADVOCACY, OFFICE  (See COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT)
CRIMES  CRIMES RSS Feed
               (See also CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING COMMISSION; CRIMINAL OFFENDERS; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE; SENTENCING; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; TRAFFIC OFFENSES; VICTIMS OF CRIMES)
Abuse of vulnerable adults, elder justice center demonstration programs: SB 5349, SSB 5349, 2SSB 5349
Abuse or neglect of children, hotline for reporting, posting in schools: HB 1563
Abuse or neglect of children, mandated reporter requirements, poster displaying: * HB 1931, CH 118 (2017), * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Abuse or neglect of children, screened-in reports of, caseload forecasting of: EHB 2008
Abuse or neglect, Christian Science treatment exemption references, removing: HB 1290
Academic credentials, false, dropping religious institution doctorates from definition: HB 1442
Airplanes, operation or control of, legal alcohol concentration, lowering: HB 1874
Animal abuse offenses, offender registry, requirements: SB 5804
Assault of a child, domestic violence involved, offender scoring points: HB 1163, SHB 1163, * E2SHB 1163, CH 272 (2017), SB 5904
Assault weapons and large capacity magazines, prohibitions and penalties: HB 1134, HB 1387, SB 5050, SB 5444
Assault, domestic violence, arresting 16- and 17-year-olds: SB 5618, * SSB 5618, CH 223 (2017)
Assault, first, second, and third degrees, of a law enforcement officer: HB 1668
Assault, fourth degree involving domestic violence, modifications: HB 1163, SHB 1163, * E2SHB 1163, CH 272 (2017), SB 5904
Assault, of a utility employee, as aggravating circumstance, when: HB 1859
Assault, second degree, persistent offender sentencing based on, resentencing: SB 5287
Assault, third degree, against emergency responders and firefighters: HB 1693
Assault, third degree, against law enforcement officer: HB 1398, ESB 5280
Assault, third degree, involving military member or employee: HB 1986
Ballots and ballot return boxes, damaging or tampering with, criminalizing: HB 1472, SHB 1472, * SB 5336, CH 283 (2017)
Camping, unlawful, by homeless, when: SB 5656, SB 5864
Controlled substances, endangerment of dependent person with: SB 5988
Controlled substances, possession without prescription, misdemeanor: HB 1087
Corporations, crimes committed by, fines for certain offenses, limits for: HB 1806
Cyber harassment, as crime: HB 2254
Cyberstalking, revising and renaming: HB 2254
DNA sample, refusal to provide, expanding crime of: HB 1111, SHB 1111
Dog guides, trained or in training, crimes involving interfering with: * HB 1676, CH 170 (2017)
Dogs, police dogs and accelerant detection dogs, harming, class B felony, when: SB 5771
Dogs, unlawful tethering and inhumane treatment: SB 5356, * SSB 5356, CH 65 (2017), SB 5424
Driving under the influence, provisions: HB 1614, SHB 1614, * E2SHB 1614, CH 336 (2017), HB 1701, HB 1874, HB 1970, * SB 5037, CH 335 (2017) PV, SB 5904
Economic disruption, intent to cause, criminal offense special allegation of: SB 5009
Endangerment of dependent person with controlled substance: SB 5988
Entry, unlawful, onto private land to collect resource data, crimes involving: HB 1104
Entry, unlawful, trespasser removal and wrongfully removed persons: HB 1216, HB 1305, SHB 1305, SB 5388, * ESSB 5388, CH 284 (2017)
Felonies, first-time offenders, waiver, when: SB 5904
Firearms, community endangerment due to unsafe storage, crimes and penalties: HB 1122, SB 5463
Firearms, reckless endangerment due to unsafe storage, crimes and penalties: SHB 1122
Firearms, trigger modification devices, prohibitions: SB 5992
Harassment, cyber, as crime: HB 2254
Hate crimes, against emergency responders and firefighters due to occupation: HB 1693
Hate crimes, against law enforcement officers due to occupation: HB 1398, ESB 5280
Hate crimes, due to honorably discharged veteran or military status: HB 1986
Homicide or death by other criminal means, family notification, work group: HB 1759, SHB 1759
Horses, police, harming, class B felony, when: SB 5771
Horses, slaughtering for human consumption, prohibiting as felony: HB 1110
Human trafficking, convictions for prostitution offenses by victims, vacating: HB 1112, SHB 1112, SB 5272, * SSB 5272, CH 128 (2017)
Human trafficking, definitions and statute of limitations: EHB 1078, * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Human trafficking, in persons, services for child victims of: HB 1791
Human trafficking, no-contact orders: HB 1079, * SHB 1079, CH 230 (2017), SB 5029, SSB 5029
Human trafficking, noncitizen victim U and T certifications: HB 1022, SHB 1022
Human trafficking, noncitizen victims and family members, public assistance for: SB 5818
Human trafficking, perpetrator ignorance of victim's age, not a defense: * SB 5813, CH 126 (2017)
Human trafficking, sex, services for child victims of: HB 1791
Identity, concealing with mask, hood, or device, gross misdemeanor, exceptions: SB 5941
Intoxication, voluntary, as criminal charge defense, prohibiting: HB 1973
Kidnapping, aggravated first degree, of a law enforcement officer: HB 1668
Malicious harassment, against emergency responders and firefighters: HB 1693
Malicious harassment, against law enforcement officers: HB 1398, HB 1668, ESB 5280
Malicious harassment, due to honorably discharged veteran or military status: HB 1986
Marijuana business, robbery of, as special allegation for robbery: SB 5284
Marijuana, all statutes legalizing, repealing: HB 2096
Marijuana, inhaling in presence of person under 18, civil infraction: HB 1625
Marijuana, possession, delivery, and/or transfer offenses, penalty modifications: HB 1065, SHB 1065, HB 1212
Marijuana, possession, misdemeanor convictions, vacation of: HB 1260
Marijuana, possession, misdemeanor, conveyance forfeiture exception for: HB 1087
Marijuana, possession, misdemeanor, repealing: SB 5904
Marijuana, use or display in public, civil infraction: HB 1416
Misdemeanors and gross misdemeanors, vacating convicting records, when: HB 1088
Missing child, failure of parent, guardian, or caregiver to report, misdemeanor: SB 5656, SB 5864
Mistreatment, criminal, domestic violence involved, offender scoring points: HB 1163, SHB 1163, * E2SHB 1163, CH 272 (2017), SB 5904
Motor vehicle property offenses, offender score provisions: SB 5059, ESSB 5934
Motor vehicle theft or taking, community custody pilot program for: SB 5539, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Motor vehicle-related felonies, community custody pilot program for: HB 1914, HB 1976, SHB 1976
Motor vehicles, registration in Indian country to evade tax or fees, prohibiting: SB 5807
Murder, aggravated first degree, eliminating death penalty for: HB 1935, SB 5354
Murder, aggravated first degree, involving human decapitation: HB 1308
Murder, aggravated first degree, life imprisonment without possibility of parole: HB 1935, SB 5354
Murder, aggravated second degree, of a law enforcement officer: HB 1668
Murder, attempted, eliminating statute of limitations for: SB 5810
Murder, attempted, statute of limitations for: * ESSB 5810, CH 125 (2017)
Murder, of family member, person threatening, mental health evaluation/treatment: HB 1972
Off-road vehicles, not applying for certificate of title, evading tax or fees by: HB 1446, SB 5338
Off-road vehicles, not registering or applying for certificate of title, when: SHB 1446, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Physical control of vehicle under the influence, provisions: HB 1614, SHB 1614, * E2SHB 1614, CH 336 (2017), HB 1701, HB 1874, HB 1970, * SB 5037, CH 335 (2017) PV, SB 5904
Police vehicle, attempting to elude, "pursuing police vehicle" definition: HB 1844
Police vehicle, attempting to elude, seriousness level: HB 1642, HB 1821
Property, crimes against, habitual property offender special allegation: SB 5703, SSB 5703, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Rape, aggravated first and second degree, of a law enforcement officer: HB 1668
Rape, first degree, seriousness level, increasing: HB 2024
Reckless endangerment of work zone workers, by driver, gross misdemeanor: HB 2087, SB 5841
Resource data, private land unlawful entry to collect, crimes involving: HB 1104
Robbery, first or second degree, robbery of marijuana business special allegation: SB 5284
Robbery, second degree, persistent offender sentencing based on, resentencing: SB 5287
Seriousness levels, various crimes, modifying: SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Service animals, trained or in training, crimes involving interfering with: * HB 1676, CH 170 (2017)
Snowmobiles, not applying for certificate of title, evading tax or fees by: HB 1446, SB 5338
Snowmobiles, not registering, when: SHB 1446, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Stalking, revising, and including electronic surveillance: HB 2254
Theft of rental or leased property, adding provisions to: * ESB 5266 (2017) V
Theft of rental, leased, lease-purchased, or loaned property, adding provisions to: HB 1292
Theft or taking of motor vehicle, community custody pilot program for: SB 5539, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Theft, definition of, to include certain property concealment: SB 5633, SSB 5633
Theft, organized retail, revising provisions: * SB 5632, CH 329 (2017)
Theft, retail with special circumstances, aggregating counts of, when: SB 5634, SSB 5634, * SB 5635, CH 224 (2017)
Theft, retail with special circumstances, with intent to subvert security system: * SB 5635, CH 224 (2017)
Trespass, criminal, in connection with removal of person from premises: HB 1305, SHB 1305, SB 5388, * ESSB 5388, CH 284 (2017)
U.S. citizen or lawful resident alien, unlawful investigation or detainment of, felony: HB 2120, SB 5176
Unmanned aircraft, illegal operation of: HB 1049
Vehicle registration, false attestation of financial responsibility on application: HB 1977
Vehicular assault, under the influence, prior convictions, increasing sentence for: HB 1591, SHB 1591
Vehicular homicide and assault, fee increase to fund DUI reduction: * E2SHB 1614, CH 336 (2017), HB 1970, SB 5904
Vehicular homicide, when driver impaired by fatigue, drowsiness, or sleep: SB 5648
Vessels, operation or control of, legal alcohol concentration, lowering: HB 1874
Vulnerable adult, criminal mistreatment of, provisions: HB 1153, * ESHB 1153, CH 266 (2017), SB 5099, SSB 5099, SB 5904
Vulnerable adult, theft from, crime of: HB 1153, * ESHB 1153, CH 266 (2017), SB 5099, SSB 5099, SB 5904
Vulnerable adults, crimes against, elder justice center demonstration programs: SB 5349, SSB 5349, 2SSB 5349
Wage theft by employer, damages in civil action for: SB 5249
CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING COMMISSION  CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Basic law enforcement training, curriculum, sexual assault investigation training in: HB 1109, * ESHB 1109, CH 290 (2017)
Crisis intervention response team pilot project, creating in CJTC: HB 2234, SB 5970
Deadly force, corrections and peace officer training relevant to, commission role: HB 1529, HB 1769, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Disability, person with, at emergency scene, officer training and awareness: * SHB 1258, CH 295 (2017)
Funding for programs and agencies, from public safety enhancement account: HB 1769
Hiring and continuing employment, lawful permanent residents, eligibility of: HB 1182, SB 5389
Jails, jail accreditation project, establishing to improve safety, commission role: HB 1769
Law enforcement agencies, law enforcement accreditation project, commission role: HB 1769
Nonimmigrant visas, U and T, course of study related to, commission role: HB 1022, SHB 1022
Training, for enhanced leadership, commissioned officers, and crisis intervention: HB 1769
Violent encounters, officers with public, training to reduce, commission role: SB 5429
CRIMINAL OFFENDERS  CRIMINAL OFFENDERS RSS Feed
               (See also BAIL AND BAIL BONDS; CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AND JAILS; CRIMES; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE; IDENTITY; MENTAL HEALTH; ORDERS OF COURT; SENTENCING; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; VICTIMS OF CRIMES)
Animal abuse offenders, registry of, requirements: SB 5804
Community custody and early release, positive achievement time: SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Community custody and early release, studying: HB 1789, SB 5600
Community custody, for violent or sex offense, when: SB 5904
Community custody, multiple terms of, serving concurrently, when: HB 1678, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Community custody, pilot program for motor vehicle-related felonies: HB 1914, HB 1976, SHB 1976
Community custody, pilot program for theft or taking of motor vehicle : SB 5539, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Community review board, creating to review offenders for early release: HB 1789, SB 5600
Community supervision, violator arrest warrant, photographs with: SB 5776
Convicted persons, various provisions: SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Corrections ombuds, office of, and ombuds advisory council, creating: HB 1889, SHB 1889, HB 2184, SB 5294, 2ESSB 5294, SB 5465, ESSB 5465, SB 5952, ESSB 5952
Criminal record, employer prematurely asking applicant about, enforcement: HB 1298, SHB 1298, SB 5312, ESSB 5312
DNA sample, collection, at jail intake or by order, from certain offenders: HB 1111, SHB 1111
DNA sample, expungement of sample and records, requirements: HB 1138
DNA sample, refusal to provide, expanding crime of: HB 1111, SHB 1111
Early release and community custody, positive achievement time: SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Early release and community custody, studying: HB 1789, SB 5600
Early release, petitioning for, by older offenders, when: HB 1866
Early release, reviewing offenders for, creating community review board for: HB 1789, SB 5600
Electronic alcohol monitoring devices for offenders, tax exemptions for: HB 1423
Fees, crime laboratory analysis fee, mandatory for guilty offenders: HB 1138
Housing assistance, after release from women's corrections center: SB 5077, * SSB 5077, CH 214 (2017)
Housing, after release, housing and services community impact statements, when: HB 1626, * SHB 1626, CH 141 (2017), SB 5458, SSB 5458
Identicards, for offenders being released from state prisons: HB 1679, SHB 1679, SB 5558, SSB 5558, 2SSB 5558, 3SSB 5558, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Incarcerated adults, associate degree education for, when: HB 1129, SHB 1129, SB 5069, * SSB 5069, CH 120 (2017)
Legal financial obligations, failure to pay not willful noncompliance, when: HB 1093, HB 1783, SHB 1783, E2SHB 1783
Legal financial obligations, failure to pay, prohibiting confinement for, when: SSB 5043
Legal financial obligations, nonrestitution interest accrual, restricting, when: SSB 5043
Legal financial obligations, reform measures, studying effectiveness of: HB 1783
Legal financial obligations, when offender is indigent: HB 1783, SHB 1783, E2SHB 1783
Minor children, criminal offenders with, parenting sentencing alternatives: SB 5307
Nursing care for offender populations, PSERS membership for providers, when: HB 1558
Offender score, domestic violence involved, points for certain crimes: HB 1163, SHB 1163, * E2SHB 1163, CH 272 (2017), SB 5904
Offender score, motor vehicle property offenses, provisions: SB 5059, ESSB 5934
Offenders, first-time felony, waiver, when: SB 5904
Persistent offender, when sentenced as, resentencing requirement, when: SB 5287
Programs, state-funded, for offenders, cognitive behavioral and reentry, plan for: SHB 2025
Programs, state-funded, for offenders, comprehensive plan for, developing: HB 2025, SHB 2025
Racial disproportionality in criminal justice, report and bill impact statements: SB 5588, SSB 5588
Registered offenders, level 1 kidnapping or sex, petitioning for relief, when: SSB 5578
Registration as sex or kidnapping offender, palmprint option with fingerprints: * HB 1965, CH 174 (2017), SB 5730
Release dates of prisoners, calculation errors concerning, requirements: HB 2184, SB 5294, 2ESSB 5294, SB 5952, ESSB 5952
Restitution, payments during and after total confinement: HB 1058
Work programs or community restitution, offender workers' compensation premiums: HB 1227
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE  CRIMINAL PROCEDURE RSS Feed
               (See also BAIL AND BAIL BONDS; CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AND JAILS; CRIMES; CRIMINAL OFFENDERS; LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS; ORDERS OF COURT; PUBLIC DEFENSE, OFFICE; SENTENCING)
Aliens, committing of, repealing provisions: HB 1985, SB 5689
Animal abuse offenses, offender registration requirements: SB 5804
Arrest warrant, person with, on public agency property, employee requirements: SB 5218
Arrested persons, optional law enforcement recording of palmprints of: SB 5730
Background checks, criminal history, various provisions: * EHB 1620, CH 332 (2017), SHB 1620, SB 5399, SB 5681
Defenses, voluntary intoxication, as criminal charge defense, prohibiting: HB 1973
DNA sample, collection, at jail intake or by order, from certain offenders: HB 1111, SHB 1111
DNA sample, collection, when judicial probable cause determination, procedures: HB 1138
DNA sample, expungement of sample and records, requirements: HB 1138
DNA sample, law enforcement agency collection, "biometric identifier" exclusion: * HB 2213, CH 1 (2017)
DNA sample, refusal to provide, expanding crime of: HB 1111, SHB 1111
Domestic violence assault, arresting 16- and 17-year-olds: SB 5618, * SSB 5618, CH 223 (2017)
Evidence, provided by informant, mandatory disclosures by state to defendant: HB 1390, SB 5038, ESSB 5038
Fees, crime laboratory analysis fee, mandatory for guilty offenders: HB 1138
Fines, for certain crimes committed by corporations, limits for: HB 1806
Fingerprints, law enforcement agency collection, "biometric identifier" exclusion: * HB 2213, CH 1 (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
Home detention, pretrial, requirements and conditions: SB 5987
Human trafficking, perpetrator ignorance of victim's age, not a defense: * SB 5813, CH 126 (2017)
Indigency, court imposition of costs on indigent defendant, prohibiting: HB 1783, SHB 1783, E2SHB 1783
Indigency, determinations, indigent or indigent and able to contribute: SB 5376
Indigent criminal defense services, providing funding for: HB 2012
Informants, incentivized evidence and testimony of, state disclosures to defendant: HB 1390, SB 5038, ESSB 5038
Murder, attempted, eliminating statute of limitations for: SB 5810
Murder, attempted, statute of limitations for: * ESSB 5810, CH 125 (2017)
Pretrial release, discretionary conditions: SB 5987
Restitution, payments during and after total confinement: HB 1058
Search warrant, issuance by municipal court judge, jurisdictional requirements: HB 2139
Sex offenses, felony, eliminating statute of limitations for: HB 1155, SHB 1155
Sexual exploitation of children, special inquiry judge subpoena authority: * EHB 1728, CH 114 (2017)
CRIMINALLY INSANE  (See MENTAL HEALTH)
CROPS AND SEED  (See AGRICULTURE)
CURRENCY  CURRENCY RSS Feed
               (See also BUSINESSES)
Virtual currency and prepaid access, under uniform money services act: HB 1045, SHB 1045, SB 5031, * SSB 5031, CH 30 (2017)
Virtual currency, marijuana businesses paying with or accepting, prohibiting: SB 5264
CURRENCY EXCHANGES  (See BUSINESSES)