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PARAEDUCATORS  (See COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS)
PARENTS AND PARENTING  (See CHILDREN; DOMESTIC RELATIONS)
PARKING  PARKING RSS Feed
               
Airport parking, public and private facilities, rate requirements: EHB 1483
Disabilities, persons with, Americans with disabilities act parking sticker for wheeled all-terrain vehicles in recreation areas: HB 2773
Disabilities, persons with, defining satisfactory proof for parking privileges renewal: SB 5957
Disabilities, persons with, parking placards and special license plates, provisions concerning improper display, illegal obtainment, and unauthorized use: HB 1946, SHB 1946, HB 2463, * ESHB 2463, CH 124 (2014)
Disabilities, persons with, work group to develop plan to end parking placard and special license plate abuse: HB 1946, SHB 1946
Electric vehicles, charging stations for, comprehensive provisions: HB 2711, ESHB 2711
Electric vehicles, charging stations for, signage and pavement marking requirements and infraction and penalty provisions: SB 5849, * ESSB 5849, CH 60 (2013)
Passenger-only ferry service districts, imposition of parking tax on commercial parking businesses by: ESHB 1954
Regional transit authorities, facility construction, parking impact mitigation requirements: HB 2783, SB 6489
Snowmobiles, special parking permits for winter recreational areas, snowmobile advisory committee to determine fee for issuance in certain cases: SB 5889
Special parking privileges, accessible van rental companies, authorizing application by: SHB 1946, HB 2463, * ESHB 2463, CH 124 (2014)
Special parking privileges, persons with disabilities, defining satisfactory proof for renewal of privileges: SB 5957
State agency employees, payroll parking fee deductions, authorizing pretax payment, conditions: HB 1456, * SHB 1456, CH 124 (2013)
Students, public high schools, retail sales tax exemption for parking fees collected by school districts: HB 2118
PARKS  PARKS RSS Feed
               (See also OUTDOOR RECREATION; PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION; PUBLIC LANDS; RECREATION AND CONSERVATION OFFICE)
Firearms, laws and ordinances restricting possession in parks or recreational facilities, authority of municipalities to enact: SB 5739
Metropolitan park districts, abandoned or derelict vessels: HB 1245, * ESHB 1245, CH 291 (2013), SB 5663, ESSB 5663
Metropolitan park districts, benefit charge on real property, establishment: HB 1960, SHB 1960, E2SHB 1960
Metropolitan park districts, eligibility for athletic facility grants: HB 1187, SHB 1187, SB 5103
Metropolitan park districts, property tax levies: HB 1042, HB 1055, SB 5410, SB 5582
Metropolitan park districts, property tax levies, modifying to assist districts with population of twenty thousand of less: HB 1749, SHB 1749
Milwaukee Road corridor, allowing motor vehicle access for certain lessees, concessionaires, and agricultural users: SHB 1935, HB 1939
Parks and recreational land, county use of certain property tax levies for maintenance and operation, conditions: SB 6076, ESSB 6076
Recreation access pass account, depositing certain moneys into: HB 2707, SB 6260
State parks and recreation centennial act, provisions concerning funding, access, and the parks and recreation commission: HB 1935, SHB 1935, SB 5657
State, agreements for lands or facilities management by public or private partner, required considerations: SHB 1935, SB 5897
State, celebrating 100th birthday of Washington state parks: * HR 4630 (2013), * SR 8625 (2013)
State, closing of parks by parks and recreation commission, requiring written notice by commission to public body in which park is located: HB 1704
State, commercial advertising on lands or in buildings, authorizing: * ESB 6034, CH 86 (2014)
State, day-use permit, bulk sales at reduced rate in certain cases: SHB 1935
State, day-use permit, making permit voluntary and modifying additional provisions: SB 6293
State, day-use permit, modifying cost provisions: SHB 1935
State, day-use permit, removing penalty reduction for failure to display properly: SB 6378
State, day-use permit, requiring for motor vehicle operation, exempting certain agency-managed roads: SHB 1935, SB 5289, SSB 5289, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
State, day-use permit, waiving of penalty for failure to display properly: HB 2156
State, discover pass discount when purchased with certain hunting and fishing licenses, etc.: SB 5289
State, discover pass, bulk sales at reduced rate in certain cases: SHB 1935, SSB 5289, SSB 5653, SB 5897, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
State, discover pass, complimentary pass for certain veterans with disabilities: SB 5319
State, discover pass, complimentary pass for spouses doing certain volunteer work: SHB 1935, ESB 5097
State, discover pass, discount for certain veterans with disabilities: SB 5084, SSB 5084
State, discover pass, making pass voluntary and modifying additional provisions: SB 6293
State, discover pass, purchase option when applying for vehicle registration, procedures: SB 5266
State, discover pass, removing penalty reduction for failure to display properly: SB 6378
State, discover pass, requirements exemption for off-road vehicles with valid off-road vehicle decal: SSB 5391
State, discover pass, requirements exemption for off-road vehicles with valid off-road vehicle permit: HB 1755, SB 5391
State, discover pass, requiring for motor vehicle operation, exempting certain agency-managed roads: SHB 1935, SB 5289, SSB 5289, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
State, discover pass, to be required for operating motor vehicle on any recreation site or lands: SHB 1935, SB 5289, SSB 5289, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
State, discover pass, waiving of penalty for failure to display properly: HB 2156
State, interpretive activities involving natural, scenic, recreational, cultural, historical, ethnic, or artistic resources: SHB 1935, HB 2226, SHB 2226, SB 5897, * ESB 6034, CH 86 (2014)
State, interpretive activities involving natural, scenic, recreational, cultural, or historical resources: HB 1530, SHB 1530, SB 5653, SSB 5653
State, operation and maintenance of, funding from state parks renewal and stewardship account and waste reduction, recycling, and litter control account: SB 5897, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
State, parks and recreation commission duties related to state parks: HB 1530, SHB 1530, SB 5653, SSB 5653, SB 5897
State, private sector entities to manage state camping areas: SB 6293
State, prohibiting mandatory fee or permit for access or parking: SB 6293
State, public and private partnership agreements for stewardship and interpretation: HB 2226, SHB 2226, * ESB 6034, CH 86 (2014)
State, renovation and repair of, funding from state parks renewal and stewardship account: SB 5575
State, sale or exchange of state park lands, decision-making process: SSB 5653, SB 5897
State, state park rangers from parks and recreation commission, vesting with police powers for law enforcement, including law enforcement academy training provisions: HB 1875, SHB 1875
State, vehicle access pass, removing reduction of penalty for failure to display properly: SB 6378
State, vehicle access pass, requiring for motor vehicle operation, exempting certain agency-managed roads: SHB 1935, SB 5289, SSB 5289, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
State, vehicle access pass, waiving of penalty for failure to display properly: HB 2156
State, Washington state parks foundation, membership and duties: HB 1530, SHB 1530, SHB 1935, SB 5653, SSB 5653, SB 5897
State, Washington state parks foundation, modifying provisions: HB 2226, SHB 2226, * ESB 6034, CH 86 (2014)
Trails, accessible for recreational use, coordinated state-led effort: HB 2151, * ESHB 2151, CH 114 (2014)
PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION  PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION RSS Feed
               (See also OUTDOOR RECREATION; PARKS; PUBLIC LANDS)
Abandoned and derelict vessels, reducing numbers through preventive measures and proactive removal: HB 1245, * ESHB 1245, CH 291 (2013), SB 5663, ESSB 5663
Art, contemporary works of, along with state's ethnic and cultural heritage, commission to increase appreciation of: HB 1530, SHB 1530, SB 5653
Artistic heritage, along with state's ethnic, cultural, and natural heritage, commission to increase appreciation of: SHB 1935, SB 5897
Commission mission and performance, evaluation and improvement of, to include development of performance measures: SHB 1935, SB 5897
Day-use permit, bulk sales at reduced rate in certain cases: SHB 1935
Day-use permit, making permit voluntary and modifying additional provisions: SB 6293
Discover pass, bulk sales at reduced rate in certain cases: SHB 1935, SSB 5653, SB 5897, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Discover pass, complimentary, for lifetime veteran's disability pass holders: SB 5319
Discover pass, complimentary, for spouses doing collective agency-sanctioned volunteer work: SHB 1935, ESB 5097
Discover pass, discount, for lifetime veteran's disability pass holders: SB 5084, SSB 5084
Discover pass, making pass voluntary and modifying additional provisions: SB 6293
Discover pass, purchase option when applying for vehicle registration, procedures: SB 5266
Discover pass, requirements exemption for off-road vehicles with valid off-road vehicle decal: SSB 5391
Discover pass, requirements exemption for off-road vehicles with valid off-road vehicle permit: HB 1755, SB 5391
Discover pass, requiring for motor vehicle operation, exempting certain agency-managed roads: SHB 1935, SB 5289, SSB 5289, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Discover pass, to be required for operating motor vehicle on any recreation site or lands: SHB 1935, SB 5289, SSB 5289, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Fee reductions and exemptions, commission fiscal opportunity cost incurred, biennial reimbursement: HB 1530, SHB 1530, SB 5653
Fee reductions and exemptions, commission fiscal opportunity cost incurred, office of financial management to deliver report: HB 1530, SHB 1530, SB 5653
Land management, commission consideration of economic development: HB 1111
Land, real property, process for acquisition by commission: SB 5054, SSB 5054, SB 6052, ESSB 6052
Lands and their resources, coordinated state and local management, commission role: HB 1163
Lands purchased by nonprofit organization with public funds, recreation requirements and commission role: SB 5057
Lands, commission-purchased, retaining water rights for later transfer to local economy trust water account: SB 5219, SSB 5219, E2SSB 5219
Lands, real property, commission funding or reimbursement for fee simple acquisition, ensuring public recreational access: SSB 5057
Lands, recreational access or parking, prohibiting commission from requiring fee or permit: SB 6293
Milwaukee Road corridor, allowing motor vehicle access for certain lessees, concessionaires, and agricultural users: SHB 1935, HB 1939
Milwaukee Road corridor, commission authority to manage as recreation trail: * HB 2225, CH 43 (2014), SB 6036
Natural resources management, streamlining through agency independence, commission administrative authority: HB 1384
Performance measures, commission to develop in order to evaluate its mission and options: SB 6293
Permitting decisions, enhancing transparency and predictability of process: HB 2192, SHB 2192, * E2SHB 2192, CH 68 (2014), SB 6045
Real property, surplus governmental, selling or leasing by commission for affordable low-income housing: HB 1563, SHB 1563, E2SHB 1563, SB 5598, SSB 5598
Snowmobile advisory committee, special parking permits for winter recreational areas, committee to determine fee for issuance in certain cases: SB 5889
State lands, disposition of, requiring written notice by commission to certain municipal corporations: HB 1704
State parks and recreation centennial act, provisions concerning funding, access, and the commission: HB 1935, SHB 1935, SB 5657
State parks renewal and stewardship account, funding operation and maintenance of state parks from, commission role: SB 5897, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
State parks renewal and stewardship account, funding renovation and repair of state parks from, commission role: SB 5575
State parks, agreements for lands or facilities management by public or private partner, commission to consider certain matters: SHB 1935, SB 5897
State parks, closing of, requiring written notice by commission to public body in which park is located: HB 1704
State parks, commercial advertising on lands or in buildings, commission authority to permit: * ESB 6034, CH 86 (2014)
State parks, commission duties related to, modifying: HB 1530, SHB 1530, SB 5653, SSB 5653, SB 5897
State parks, day-use permit, bulk sales at reduced rate in certain cases: SHB 1935
State parks, day-use permit, making permit voluntary and modifying additional provisions: SB 6293
State parks, day-use permit, removing penalty reduction for failure to display properly: SB 6378
State parks, day-use permit, waiving of penalty for failure to display properly: HB 2156
State parks, discover pass, bulk sales at reduced rate in certain cases: SHB 1935, SSB 5653, SB 5897, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
State parks, discover pass, making pass voluntary and modifying additional provisions: SB 6293
State parks, discover pass, removing penalty reduction for failure to display properly: SB 6378
State parks, discover pass, waiving of penalty for failure to display properly: HB 2156
State parks, interpretive activities involving natural, scenic, recreational, cultural, historical, ethnic, or artistic resources: SHB 1935, HB 2226, SHB 2226, SB 5897, * ESB 6034, CH 86 (2014)
State parks, interpretive activities involving natural, scenic, recreational, cultural, or historical resources: HB 1530, SHB 1530, SB 5653, SSB 5653
State parks, private sector entities to manage state camping areas, commission to conduct competitive procurement process: SB 6293
State parks, public and private partnership agreements for stewardship and interpretation: HB 2226, SHB 2226, * ESB 6034, CH 86 (2014)
State parks, rangers from commission, vesting with police powers for law enforcement, including law enforcement academy training provisions: HB 1875, SHB 1875
State parks, sale or exchange of state park lands, decision-making process: SSB 5653, SB 5897
State parks, vehicle access pass, removing reduction of penalty for failure to display properly: SB 6378
State parks, vehicle access pass, waiving of penalty for failure to display properly: HB 2156
State parks, Washington state parks foundation, membership and duties: HB 1530, SHB 1530, SHB 1935, SB 5653, SSB 5653, SB 5897
State parks, Washington state parks foundation, modifying provisions: HB 2226, SHB 2226, * ESB 6034, CH 86 (2014)
Vessels, publicly owned, transfer by commission: HB 1245, * ESHB 1245, CH 291 (2013), SB 5663, ESSB 5663
Veteran's disability pass, lifetime, holders to receive discover pass discount: SB 5084, SSB 5084
PEDESTRIANS  (See TRAFFIC)
PERFORMING ARTS  PERFORMING ARTS RSS Feed
               
Cultural access programs, creating to fund cultural organizations: HB 2212
Cultural access programs, creation by cultural access authorities in order to fund cultural organizations: SB 6151
Moore, Ben, commending: * SR 8720 (2014)
Nonprofit arts organization liquor license, expanding definition of eligible organizations: SB 6316
PERMANENT COSMETICS  (See BUSINESSES; LICENSING, DEPARTMENT; PROFESSIONS)
PERSONAL PROPERTY  PERSONAL PROPERTY RSS Feed
               
Defensive force, including deadly force, right to use against certain actions against personal property: HB 2324
Escrow, expanding definition and exempting certain entities from licensing: HB 1034, * SHB 1034, CH 64 (2013)
Exchange facilitators, requirements and violations: SB 5082, * ESSB 5082, CH 228 (2013)
Firearms, sale by unlicensed person to another unlicensed person, background check requirements: HB 1588, SHB 1588, SB 5625, SB 5711
Foreclosures, distraint sales, county electronic public auctions: SHB 2592, SSB 6146
Home service contracts, sales and use taxation of: HB 1997
Hotel guests and lodgers, valuables of, specifying hotel's responsibilities: HB 2300
Intangible personal property, narrowing property tax exemption: SB 5043
Intangible personal property, taxing marijuana-related trademarks, trade names, brand names, patents, and copyrights: HB 1976
Renters, deceased, disposing personal property in leased premises, landlord procedures before and after tenant's death: HB 1520, SB 5306
Seizure and forfeiture of property, for patronizing a prostitute: SB 6434, SSB 6434
Service contracts, provisions: * HB 1036, CH 117 (2013)
Storage facilities, self-service, unpaid rent and lien on property, modifying provisions: HB 2424, SHB 2424, SB 6331, SSB 6331
Tangible, nonresident sales tax exemption, repealing: HB 1890
PEST CONTROL AND PESTICIDES  PEST CONTROL AND PESTICIDES RSS Feed
               
Crop protection products, agricultural, hazardous substance tax exemption, conditions: HB 2469, SB 6157
Mosquito control districts, integrated pest management use: SB 5002, * SSB 5002, CH 208 (2013)
Mosquito control, inhibiting mosquito breeding in storm water retention ponds through certain measures: * ESSB 5324, CH 209 (2013)
Mosquito control, integrated pest management use by counties, cities, and certain districts: SB 5324, * ESSB 5324, CH 209 (2013)
PHARMACIES AND PHARMACISTS  PHARMACIES AND PHARMACISTS RSS Feed
               (See also DRUGS; MEDICINE AND MEDICAL DEVICES)
Audits of claims, by outside entities, procedures: HB 2489, SB 5700, SB 6137, * ESSB 6137, CH 213 (2014)
Biological products, by prescription, adding provisions concerning dispensing of interchangeable biosimilar products: HB 1528, HB 2326, SB 5469, SB 6091
Board of pharmacy, changing name to pharmacy quality assurance commission: * HB 1609, CH 19 (2013)
Board of pharmacy, mandatory use of office of administrative hearings: HB 1381
Compounding, drugs for distribution to licensed persons or commercial entities for resale or distribution, defining "manufacture" in relation to: * HB 1800, CH 146 (2013)
Duties, facilitating delivery of prescribed drug or device, requirements: SB 5934
Electronic communication of controlled substance prescription information, provisions: HB 1155, SHB 1155, SB 5416, * SSB 5416, CH 276 (2013)
EPI pens, dispensing by pharmacists when prescribed, authorization and conditions in certain cases: SB 6584
Epinephrine autoinjectors, dispensing by pharmacists when prescribed, authorization and conditions in certain cases: SB 6584
Eye drops, for treating glaucoma, early refill of prescription: SB 6575
Marijuana, medical, legal amounts left at retail stores holding pharmacy license, notification and disposal requirements: * EHB 1808, CH 133 (2013)
Pharmacy benefits managers, audits conducted by, regulating contracts between benefits managers and pharmacies: HB 2489, SB 5700, SB 6137, * ESSB 6137, CH 213 (2014)
Pharmacy benefits managers, provisions: HB 2489, SB 5700, SB 6137, * ESSB 6137, CH 213 (2014)
Prescription drugs and supplies, donated, authorizing dispensing to uninsured persons: HB 1382, SHB 1382, SB 5148, * SSB 5148, CH 260 (2013)
Prescription drugs, including daily cost-sharing rate, medication synchronization, and prorated dispensing fees: SB 6367
Prescription drugs, legend drug act, including pharmacists when authorized by board of pharmacy: * HB 1182, CH 71 (2013), SHB 1182
Prescription drugs, ninety-day supply limit, placing conditions on dispensing in keeping with: HB 1583, SB 5459, * SSB 5459, CH 262 (2013)
Prescriptions written by physician and osteopathic physician assistants in other states, authorizing pharmacies to fill: HB 1596, SB 5524, * SSB 5524, CH 12 (2013)
Referrals, pharmacy duty to refer patient to another pharmacy in certain cases, requirements: SB 5934
Robbery of a pharmacy, as special allegation for robbery in first or second degree: HB 1931, * SB 5149, CH 270 (2013)
PHYSICAL THERAPY  (See HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS)
PHYSICIANS  (See HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS)
PLATS  (See SUBDIVISIONS)
PLUMBING  (See BUILDING CODES/PERMITS; WATER)
POLICE  (See LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS)
POLLUTION  (See AIR QUALITY AND POLLUTION; POLLUTION CONTROL HEARINGS BOARD; WATER POLLUTION)
POLLUTION CONTROL HEARINGS BOARD  POLLUTION CONTROL HEARINGS BOARD RSS Feed
               
Abandoned or derelict vessels, decisions or actions concerning, board role: HB 1245, * ESHB 1245, CH 291 (2013), SB 5663, ESSB 5663
Architectural paint recovery program, appeals from penalties to board: HB 1579, SHB 1579, SB 5424
Environmental statutes of board, technical changes: HB 2438
Gubernatorial appointments of legislators, restrictions: SB 5004
Jurisdiction, modifying to exclude appeals of certain department of ecology decisions: HB 1206, HB 1948, SHB 1948, HB 1952
Marine areas redevelopment and restoration permits, decisions of department of fish and wildlife concerning, board jurisdiction over appeals: SB 5545
Oil, crude oil and refined petroleum, measures to ensure safety when transporting, board role: HB 2347, SHB 2347, E2SHB 2347, SB 6262
PORT DISTRICTS  PORT DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               (See also UNIFORMED PERSONNEL)
Abandoned or vacant properties in urban growth areas, loans to districts for revitalizing: HB 1079, SB 5533
Brownfield renewal authorities, authority of districts to establish: * 2E2SSB 5296, CH 1 (2013)
Brownfield renewal authorities, establishment by a port district: SB 5201, SSB 5201
Commercial airplane maintenance repair operators, construction of buildings leased to, sales and use tax exemptions for district: SSB 6452
Commissioners, reducing terms of office, submitting proposition at next general election: HB 1078, * SB 5411, CH 160 (2013)
Creation of district comprising less than entire county in county with no port district, provisions: * HB 2547, CH 15 (2014), SB 6315
Dissolution of district, role of certain parties in certain notice requirements: SB 6245, SSB 6245
Drayage truck operators, contract provisions: HB 1719, SHB 1719, SB 5742
Employment laws and contracts, local, preemption by state of Washington: HB 2591, SB 6307
Heavy haul corridors, modifying boundary on state route number 509: * HB 1447, CH 115 (2013), SB 5335
Moorage facility operators, insurance coverage requirement: HB 2457, SHB 2457, * 2SHB 2457, CH 195 (2014)
Puget Sound port authority, creating: SB 6427
Real property, surplus governmental, selling or leasing by port districts for affordable low-income housing: HB 1563, SHB 1563, SB 5598
Redevelopment opportunity zones, designation of zone by district: SB 5201, SSB 5201
Superefficient airplanes, certain port district facilities used in manufacture of, extending exemption from property taxes: HB 2089, SHB 2089, SB 5952, * ESSB 5952, CH 2 (2013)
Superefficient airplanes, certain port district facilities used in manufacture of, extending tax exemption for leasehold interests in: HB 2089, SHB 2089, SB 5952, * ESSB 5952, CH 2 (2013)
Vessels, publicly owned, transfer by district: HB 1245, * ESHB 1245, CH 291 (2013), SB 5663, ESSB 5663
POWER OF ATTORNEY  POWER OF ATTORNEY RSS Feed
               
Uniform power of attorney act, including power of attorney statutes and repeal of chapter 11.94 RCW: SB 6353
PREGNANCY  (See ABORTION; WOMEN)
PRISONS AND PRISONERS  PRISONS AND PRISONERS RSS Feed
               (See also CRIMINAL OFFENDERS; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE; JAILS; UNIFORMED PERSONNEL)
Corrections officers, assault of officer in first and second degrees: SB 5058
Corrections officers, assault of officer in first degree: SSB 5058
Corrections ombuds, office of, creation: SB 5177, SB 6399
Costs of incarceration, requiring payment by convicted impaired driving offender: SB 5951
Costs of incarceration, requiring payment by convicted offender: SB 5950
Deaths in correctional facilities, removing confidentiality of autopsy and postmortem reports and records: SB 5256
Deaths in correctional facilities, removing confidentiality requirement for coroners and medical examiners concerning autopsy and postmortem findings: * SSB 5256, CH 295 (2013)
Education, inmate postsecondary degree programs, implementation by department of corrections: HB 1429, SHB 1429, HB 2486, SHB 2486, 2SHB 2486, SB 6344
Health care services for incarcerated offenders, department of corrections to pay all contractors through provider one system: SB 5288
Parents, rights when incarcerated: HB 1284, * SHB 1284, CH 173 (2013), SB 5460, SSB 5460
Prisoners, incarcerated for serious violent offenses, civil action against victim, authorization by judge: HB 2102, * SHB 2102, CH 113 (2014)
PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS  (See PROFESSIONS)
PRIVATE SCHOOL ADVISORY COMMITTEE  (See SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS)
PROBATE  (See ESTATES, TRUSTS, AND PROBATE)
PROCEEDINGS AND ACTIONS  (See ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS)
PROCESS SERVERS  (See PROFESSIONS)
PROCUREMENT, STATE  (See ENTERPRISE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT; STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS)
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR STANDARDS BOARD  PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR STANDARDS BOARD RSS Feed
               
Career and technical education courses, model framework and curriculum and program of study for, convening work group: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Certification of educators, embedding common core state standards and next generation science standards into, board role: SHB 2383, E2SHB 2383
Certification of educators, embedding common core state standards into, board role: HB 2383
Disabilities, persons with, high school transition services for, board to include training for special education teachers and school psychologists as part of educator requirements: E2SSB 5330
Educational opportunity gap oversight and accountability committee, implementing recommendations of: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Emotional or behavioral distress in students, recognition and response, board to incorporate into course for teachers: HB 1336, * ESHB 1336, CH 197 (2013), SB 5365, SSB 5365
Interpreters, educational, assessments and performance standards, board role: HB 1144, * SHB 1144, CH 151 (2013)
Online technology use, Washington K-12 online professional development project, board role: ESHB 1252
Principals, secondary, board to revise certificate renewals to include career and technical education: HB 1650, SHB 1650, SB 5818
Psychologists, school, training requirements for, including high school transition services for special education students: SB 5958, SSB 5958
Psychologists, school, training requirements for, including high school transition services for students with disabilities: E2SSB 5330
School districts, innovation grants, board to award to districts implementing effective educator and school leadership compensation systems: SB 5901, SSB 5901
Special education, training requirements for, including high school transition services for special education students: SB 5958, SSB 5958
Special education, training requirements for, including high school transition services for students with disabilities: E2SSB 5330
Suicide, youth screening and referral training for school nurses, social workers, and counselors : HB 1336, SB 5365
Suicide, youth screening and referral training for school nurses, social workers, counselors, and school psychologists: * ESHB 1336, CH 197 (2013), SSB 5365
Teacher certification programs, alternative route program requirements, revising: HB 2531, SHB 2531, SB 6152
Teacher certification programs, expanding testing alternatives for admission, board role: * HB 1178, CH 193 (2013)
Teacher certification standards, expanding STEM requirements to include the arts (STEAM): SB 5909
Teacher preparation and certification, articulated pathway for, board to convene work group to design: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Teachers, unprofessional conduct, certificate or permit revocation due to fraudulent test submission upon complaint from board: HB 1765
Teachers, unprofessional conduct, reprimand or certificate or permit revocation or suspension due to fraudulent test submission upon complaint from board: * 2ESB 5701, CH 163 (2013)
PROFESSIONS  PROFESSIONS RSS Feed
               (See also ATTORNEYS; DENTISTS AND DENTISTRY; HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS; INSURANCE; MORTGAGES AND MORTGAGE BROKERS; PHARMACIES AND PHARMACISTS)
Apiarists, immunity from civil liability, conditions and limitations: SB 5696, SSB 5696
Athletic trainers, modifying provisions: HB 2430, * SHB 2430, CH 194 (2014)
Barbering, miscellaneous provisions, modifying: HB 2512, ESHB 2512, SB 6357
Barbering, rules for online learning: HB 1038, ESHB 1038, SB 5779, SB 5996, SSB 5996
Barbering, schools of, recognizing as institutions of postsecondary study for sake of federal financial aid, conditions: * HB 1683, CH 201 (2013)
Beekeeping, apiarists, immunity from civil liability, conditions and limitations: SB 5696, SSB 5696
Body art, body piercing, tattooing, and permanent cosmetics, modifying licensing and regulatory provisions: HB 2162, SHB 2162
Communication access real-time translation providers, certification and regulation: HB 1511, SHB 1511, SB 5364, SSB 5364
Cosmetology, barbering, manicuring, and esthetics, rules for online learning: HB 1038, ESHB 1038, SB 5779, SB 5996, SSB 5996
Cosmetology, miscellaneous provisions, modifying: HB 2512, ESHB 2512, SB 6357
Cosmetology, schools of, recognizing as institutions of postsecondary study for sake of federal financial aid, conditions: * HB 1683, CH 201 (2013)
Cosmetology, training and licensure requirements: HB 2237, SHB 2237, SB 6144, SSB 6144
Court interpreters, providing for non-English-speaking persons: SHB 1542
Court interpreters, providing for non-English-speaking persons, reimbursement: HB 1542, SB 5398
Court reporters and court reporting firms, contracts for services, prohibitions: HB 1511, SHB 1511, SB 5364, SSB 5364
Debt adjusters, fiduciary relationship with debtors: HB 2385
Debt adjusters, nonprofit, defining "fair share" paid by creditor: HB 1572, SB 5338
Debt adjusters, stakeholder group to discuss compensation, including "fair share": ESSB 5338
Debt adjusting services, nonprofit, licensing and regulation: HB 1491, SB 5527
Debt adjusting services, regulating, various provisions: HB 2384
Debt settlement services, licensing of persons providing, debt settlements services act: HB 2670
Debt settlement services, registration of persons providing, debt settlements services act: HB 2142
Electricians, journey level or residential specialty certificate of competency, apprenticeship program requirement: ESHB 2500
Electricians, journeyman or residential specialty certificate of competency, apprenticeship program requirement: HB 2500
Electricians, limited energy specialty certification, using telecommunications work experience for: * HB 2253, CH 156 (2014), HB 2254, SB 6277
Electricians, proof of licensing and identification, producing upon request: HB 2323, SB 6557
Electricians, with certain certificates, photovoltaic electrical systems endorsement: SB 5189
Electricians, with certain license or certificate, allowing generator load bank testing without electrical work permit: HB 1855
Engineers, registration renewal, continuing professional development requirements: HB 1231, SHB 1231
Escrow agents, expanding "escrow" definition for licensing purposes and exempting certain entities from licensing: HB 1034, * SHB 1034, CH 64 (2013)
Escrow agents, involvement in reconveyances of deeds of trust: HB 1435, * SHB 1435, CH 114 (2013)
Esthetics, master esthetics and master estheticians, licensing and practice provisions: HB 1779, * SHB 1779, CH 187 (2013)
Esthetics, master esthetics, rules for online learning: SSB 5996
Esthetics, miscellaneous provisions, modifying: HB 2512, ESHB 2512, SB 6357
Esthetics, rules for online learning: HB 1038, ESHB 1038, SB 5779, SB 5996, SSB 5996
Esthetics, schools of, recognizing as institutions of postsecondary study for sake of federal financial aid, conditions: * HB 1683, CH 201 (2013)
Exchange facilitators, requirements and violations: SB 5082, * ESSB 5082, CH 228 (2013)
Fire sprinkler system contractors, for dwelling units, professional licensing and certification provisions: HB 2260
Fishing guides, food fish or game fish, expanding information and other requirements for licensure: SB 5786, * SSB 5786, CH 314 (2013)
Fishing guides, food fish or game fish, western Washington steelhead guide stamp requirements for: HB 1917
Fishing guides, unlawfully acting as food or game fish guide, adding western Washington steelhead guide stamp requirement to statute: HB 1917
Fishing guides, unlawfully engaging in fishing guide activity, gross misdemeanor: HB 1896
Hair design, miscellaneous provisions, modifying: HB 2512, ESHB 2512, SB 6357
Health care navigators, applicant background check information: SB 6474, SSB 6474
Health care navigators, requesting health care information from persons seeking services, prohibiting: SB 6354
Health care navigators, requesting health care information from persons seeking services, prohibitions: * ESSB 6265, CH 220 (2014) PV, SSB 6474
HVAC/refrigeration specialty electricians, certified, exempting use from various requirements in connection with like-in-kind appliance replacement: HB 1760, SB 5682
Language access providers, interpreter services from, authorizing direct purchase by certain state agencies and modifying collective bargaining provisions: ESHB 1753
Language access providers, interpreter services from, integrating purchase by certain state agencies and modifying collective bargaining provisions: HB 1753, 2SHB 1753, EHB 2617, SB 5833
Librarians, selection process for, modifying in certain rural county library districts: HB 2522
Licensing, professions, expanding use of military training and experience to satisfy requirements for license, certification, registration, or permit: HB 1859, SB 5970
Locksmiths, defining "locksmith services" and prohibiting misrepresentation of locksmith business location: SB 5597
Manicuring, miscellaneous provisions, modifying: HB 2512, ESHB 2512, SB 6357
Manicuring, rules for online learning: HB 1038, ESHB 1038, SB 5779, SB 5996, SSB 5996
Manicuring, schools of, recognizing as institutions of postsecondary study for sake of federal financial aid, conditions: * HB 1683, CH 201 (2013)
Military training and experience, expanding use for satisfying requirements for professional license, certification, registration, or permit: HB 1859, SB 5970
Money transmitters, amending provisions of uniform money services act: HB 1327, * SHB 1327, CH 106 (2013), HB 2523, SHB 2523, SB 5209, SSB 5209, SB 6273, * SSB 6273, CH 206 (2014)
Permanent cosmetics, licensing and regulatory provisions: HB 2162, SHB 2162
Private investigators, licensed, exempting from process server requirements: * SB 6115, CH 203 (2014)
Private investigators, motor vehicle owner information requests by, notice requirements: HB 1308, SB 5182, * SSB 5182, CH 232 (2013)
Process servers, assault in third degree to include assault of legal process servers: HB 1131, SB 5345
Process servers, regulating of, sunrise review of need for: HB 2391
Process servers, requirements for, exempting licensed private investigators: * SB 6115, CH 203 (2014)
Pump and irrigation or domestic pump specialty trainee certificate holders, training: HB 2533
Real estate appraisers, inactive certification, license, or registration status: HB 2381, SB 6251
Real estate appraisers, trainee applicants and existing credential holders, fingerprint-based background checks: HB 1740, SHB 1740
Real estate brokers, independent contractor status when not under contract with firm: HB 1853, * SHB 1853, CH 207 (2013), SB 5729
Real estate brokers, original license fee, extending: HB 2370, SB 6133
Real-time captioners, certification and regulation: HB 1511, SHB 1511, SB 5364, SSB 5364
Security guards, private, licensing of, fingerprint background checks: HB 2534
Tour operators, preferential business and occupation tax rates, eliminating to provide basic education and higher education funding: ESHB 2034, HB 2038, ESHB 2038
Travel agents, preferential business and occupation tax rates, eliminating to provide basic education and higher education funding: ESHB 2034, HB 2038, ESHB 2038
Travel, sellers of, modifying provisions: HB 2590
Trustees for deeds of trust, requiring registration of: SB 5840
PROPERTY TAX  (See TAXES - PROPERTY TAX)
PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS  (See ATTORNEYS)
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PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHIATRISTS  PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHIATRISTS RSS Feed
               (See also HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS; MENTAL HEALTH; PSYCHOLOGISTS)
Detention of certain persons who present substantial likelihood of serious harm or danger, standards: HB 1963, SB 6142
Employed by departments of social and health services and corrections, office of state human resources director to gather market salary data related to: * ESSB 5551, CH 284 (2013)
Involuntary treatment act, petition for initial detention, family filing of court review petition when professional decides not to file: HB 2725, SHB 2725, SB 6513
Psychiatric boarding, collecting data concerning, reporting requirements: HB 2761
Sexual orientation change efforts, practice of, establishing work group to make recommendations concerning: HB 1882
Sexual orientation change efforts, practice of, prohibiting when performed on patient under eighteen: HB 2451, ESHB 2451, SB 6449
PSYCHOLOGISTS  PSYCHOLOGISTS RSS Feed
               (See also COUNSELORS AND COUNSELING; HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS; MENTAL HEALTH; PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHIATRISTS)
Detention of certain persons who present substantial likelihood of serious harm or danger, standards: HB 1963, SB 6142
Employed by departments of social and health services and corrections, office of state human resources director to gather market salary data related to: * ESSB 5551, CH 284 (2013)
Involuntary treatment act, petition for initial detention, family filing of court review petition when professional decides not to file: HB 2725, SHB 2725, SB 6513
School psychologists, training requirements for, including high school transition services for special education students: SB 5958, SSB 5958
School psychologists, training requirements for, including high school transition services for students with disabilities: E2SSB 5330
School psychologists, youth suicide screening and referral training: * ESHB 1336, CH 197 (2013), SSB 5365
Sexual orientation change efforts, practice of, establishing work group to make recommendations concerning: HB 1882
Sexual orientation change efforts, practice of, prohibiting when performed on patient under eighteen: HB 2451, ESHB 2451, SB 6449
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               (See also DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, PERSONS WITH; DOMESTIC RELATIONS; LONG-TERM CARE; MENTAL HEALTH; SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT; VULNERABLE ADULTS)
Adult day health programs, encouraging expansion through challenge grant program: HB 1983
Aged, blind, or disabled program, effective date of modifications to, changing: * SB 6573, CH 218 (2014)
Aged, blind, or disabled program, persons with disability eligible for, continuation of safety net benefits: HB 2069, * SHB 2069, CH 10 (2013)
Background checks, unsupervised access to children, including persons seeking licensure for child welfare services: SB 5565, * SSB 5565, CH 162 (2013)
Basic Food, terminating benefits to incarcerated persons, strategies for: SB 6211, SSB 6211
Behavioral health services, adult, using evidence- and research-based and promising practices to improve outcomes: HB 1522, SHB 1522, E2SHB 1522, SB 5234, SB 5732, SSB 5732, * 2SSB 5732, CH 338 (2013)
Benefit cards, electronic, adding photo identification: HB 2505, SB 6491
Benefit cards, electronic, adding photo identification for certain programs, studying issues related to: SSB 6491
Benefit cards, electronic, prohibiting marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia purchases with: ESSB 5279
Benefit cards, electronic, prohibiting spirits retailers from accepting for purchase of spirits: ESSB 5279
Benefit cards, electronic, use in spirits retailer point-of-sale machines, requirement to disable machines' ability to accept cards: SB 5279
Birth control, requiring dispensing of contraceptive drugs for medicaid enrollees: HB 2022, SHB 2022, SB 5884
Chemical dependency services, adult, using evidence- and research-based and promising practices to improve outcomes: HB 1522, SHB 1522, E2SHB 1522, SB 5234, SB 5732, SSB 5732, * 2SSB 5732, CH 338 (2013)
Child care subsidy program, incentive for working connections applicant or recipient to seek child support enforcement services: ESSB 6181
Child care subsidy program, payment received to constitute authorization for child support enforcement services: SB 5157, SB 6181
Child care subsidy program, provider fraud, referral to department of social and health services for investigation and action: * 2ESSB 5157, CH 29 (2013)
Child welfare services, agreements with university-based child welfare research entity, state agency requirements: * ESHB 1774, CH 205 (2013)
Child welfare services, assessing character, suitability, and competence for unsupervised access to children: SB 5565, * SSB 5565, CH 162 (2013)
Child welfare services, caregiver prudent parent standard for childhood activities: HB 2699, SHB 2699, SB 6479, * ESSB 6479, CH 104 (2014)
Child welfare services, charging fee for child abuse and neglect history request by out-of-state jurisdiction: SB 5565, * SSB 5565, CH 162 (2013)
Child welfare services, children involved in, eligibility for early childhood education and assistance: * ESHB 2519, CH 160 (2014)
Child welfare services, eligibility for early childhood education and assistance: SB 6538, SSB 6538
Child welfare services, Indian children, purchase of care from tribes and tribal agencies: HB 1361, * SB 5235, CH 32 (2013)
Child welfare services, infants in out-of-home care, HIV testing: SB 5454
Child welfare services, safety assessment tool, institute for public policy to conduct empirical study: SB 5281, SSB 5281
Child welfare services, service delivery measurements using certain indicators of success, developing: HB 1774, * ESHB 1774, CH 205 (2013)
Child welfare services, service delivery measurements, developing: SB 5531, SSB 5531
Child welfare services, training and advancement program, collecting certain financial assistance payments: HB 1708, SHB 1708, SB 5403, SSB 5403
Child welfare services, youth in out-of-home care, improving educational outcomes: HB 1566, SHB 1566, * 2SHB 1566, CH 182 (2013)
Child welfare system, advisory committee on disproportionate representation of children of color in, membership rules: HB 2665, SHB 2665, SB 6429
Child welfare transformation design committee, suspending statute that established committee: * ESHB 1774, CH 205 (2013)
Children's services, domestic violence training for caseworkers: SSB 5162, SB 5315, * SSB 5315, CH 254 (2013)
Criminal offenders, prohibiting persons fleeing justice system or violating parole or probation from receiving public assistance: HB 2683
Electronic benefit cards, adding photo identification: HB 2505, SB 6491
Electronic benefit cards, adding photo identification for certain programs, studying issues related to: SSB 6491
Electronic benefit cards, prohibiting marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia purchases with: ESSB 5279
Electronic benefit cards, prohibiting spirits retailers from accepting for purchase of spirits: ESSB 5279
Electronic benefit cards, use in spirits retailer point-of-sale machines, requirement to disable machines' ability to accept cards: SB 5279
Eligibility for public assistance, limiting enrollment in several programs to citizens of United States and qualified aliens: HB 1391
Family support and related services, performance-based contracts for, modifying provisions: * ESHB 1774, CH 205 (2013)
Food stamp program, limiting enrollment to citizens of United States and qualified aliens: HB 1391
Home and community-based medical services, program for military service members' dependents: HB 2363, SB 6351
Home and community-based mental health services for children, integrated, wraparound with intensive services medicaid program of: SB 6558, SSB 6558
Home and community-based services, eligibility of recipients for Washington telephone assistance program: HB 2696
Hospital safety net assessment and fund, modifying provisions to pay for medicaid hospital services and grants: HB 2016, 2ESHB 2016, SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Hospital safety net assessment and fund, state to phase down during medicaid expansion and end reliance on: SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Hospital safety net assessments, adjusting timelines: HB 2790, HB 2791, SB 6570, * ESSB 6570, CH 143 (2014)
Immigrants, restricting medical care services eligibility to certain legal immigrants: HB 2069, * SHB 2069, CH 10 (2013)
In-home care services, funding for, repealing nonresident sales tax exemption: SB 5346
In-home care services, funding for, repealing nonresident sales tax exemption and extending sales tax to debt collection services: HB 1273
In-home care services, hours, basing solely on objective assessment of need: HB 1273, SB 5346
In-home care services, medicaid, restoring funding: HB 2159, SB 6225
In-home personal care, agency electronic timekeeping, limited exemption: HB 2647, SB 6422
In-home personal care, agency electronic timekeeping, limited exemption when lacking a landline phone: HB 1362, SB 5509
Interpreter services, authorizing purchase by certain agencies for limited-English speaking or sensory-impaired public assistance applicants and recipients: HB 1753, SB 5833
Interpreter services, authorizing purchase by certain agencies for limited-English speaking public assistance applicants and recipients: ESHB 1753, 2SHB 1753, EHB 2617
Medicaid enrollees, services to, allowing nurses and physicians to satisfy continuing education credits by performing: HB 1628, SB 5825
Medicaid or medigap, supplemental premiums, deduction from disposable income for senior citizen property tax exemption: SB 6132
Medicaid personal care services, refinancing under community first choice option: HB 2746, * ESHB 2746, CH 166 (2014)
Medicaid, aligning certain expiration dates that limit payments for health care services with start of medicaid expansion: SB 5631
Medicaid, contraceptive drugs, requiring dispensing of: HB 2022, SHB 2022, SB 5884
Medicaid, dual eligibility pilot project, compensation of various long-term care facilities and providers by health care service contractors: HB 2787, SB 6565
Medicaid, eligible adults and children, premium assistance for health benefit exchange coverage for: SB 5914, SSB 5914
Medicaid, enhanced payment rates for rural hospitals that are sole community hospitals: HB 1916, SB 5829, SB 5859, * SSB 5859, CH 57 (2014)
Medicaid, enrollees in border communities, access to care through contractual agreements across state border: * SB 6419, CH 39 (2014)
Medicaid, expansion of, authorizing health care authority to implement: SSB 5876
Medicaid, expansion of, comprehensive modifications in order to implement: SB 5894
Medicaid, false claims, reasons for debarment of state procurement contractors to include: * SB 5948, CH 34 (2013)
Medicaid, hospital safety net assessment and fund, modifying provisions to pay for medicaid hospital services and grants: HB 2016, 2ESHB 2016, SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Medicaid, hospital safety net assessment and fund, state to phase down during medicaid expansion and end reliance on: SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Medicaid, in-home care services, restoring funding: HB 2159, SB 6225
Medicaid, managed care, enrollee comprehensive medication management: SSB 5213, * 2SSB 5213, CH 261 (2013)
Medicaid, managed care, enrollee comprehensive medication management process: HB 1637
Medicaid, managed care, enrollee prescription review process: SB 5213
Medicaid, medicaid fraud penalty account, funding prescription monitoring program entirely from: * HB 1565, CH 36 (2013), SB 5493
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, compensation by health care service contractors as part of dual eligibility pilot project: HB 2787, SB 6565
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, delaying rebase of certain rate components and extending certain rate add-ons: * HB 2042, CH 3 (2013)
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, establishing disproportionate share rate add-on: HB 2236
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, establishing medicaid disproportionate share component rate allocation for each facility: HB 1885, SB 5838
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, restoring certain changes made in 2011: HB 1885, SB 5838
Medicaid, restoring funding for in-home care services: HB 1273
Medicaid, wraparound with intensive services medicaid program of integrated home and community-based mental health services for children: SB 6558, SSB 6558
Medical assistance program, complex rehabilitation technology products and services, health care authority to establish separate recognition for: * E2SHB 1445, CH 178 (2013)
Medical assistance program, complex rehabilitation technology products and services, managed care plan adoption of regulations: HB 1445, SHB 1445
Medical assistance, employer responsibility for medical assistance costs of employees act of 2014: HB 2588
Medical assistance, health care authority to establish low-income disproportionate share hospital payment mechanism: HB 1635, SHB 1635
Medical assistance, hospital safety net assessment and fund, modifying provisions to pay for medicaid hospital services and grants: HB 2016, 2ESHB 2016, SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Medical assistance, hospital safety net assessment and fund, state to phase down during medicaid expansion and end reliance on: SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Medical assistance, limiting enrollment to citizens of United States and qualified aliens: HB 1391
Medical assistance, managed care health systems, payments by health care authority to: * HB 2798, CH 198 (2014)
Medical assistance, noncritical access hospitals, designing system of hospital quality incentive payments for: HB 2016, 2ESHB 2016, SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Medical assistance, prospective payment system, psychiatric, and rehabilitation hospitals, designing system of hospital quality incentive payments for: SB 5913
Medical care services, restricting eligibility to certain legal immigrants: HB 2069, * SHB 2069, CH 10 (2013)
Nursing facilities, medicaid payment system, compensation by health care service contractors as part of dual eligibility pilot project: HB 2787, SB 6565
Nursing facilities, medicaid payment system, various changes: HB 1885, * HB 2042, CH 3 (2013), HB 2236, SB 5838
Nursing facilities, preferential admission for certain residents with continuing care contracts: HB 2778
Out-of-home care, youth residing in group care facility or foster family home, providing schooling support: HB 1566, SHB 1566, * 2SHB 1566, CH 182 (2013)
Personal care services, medicaid, refinancing under community first choice option: HB 2746, * ESHB 2746, CH 166 (2014)
Program of all-inclusive care (PACE), establishing certain long-term care client rules and program education plan: HB 1499, * SHB 1499, CH 258 (2013)
Receiving care centers for children removed from parents or guardians, department of social and health services to license: SB 5475
Receiving care centers, licensing of, short-term emergency and crisis care for child removed from home: HB 1261
Resource and assessment centers, license for, short-term emergency and crisis care for child removed from home: * SHB 1261, CH 105 (2013), SSB 5475
Respite care, agency electronic timekeeping, limited exemption: HB 2647, SB 6422
Respite care, agency electronic timekeeping, limited exemption when lacking a landline phone: HB 1362, SB 5509
Safety net benefits, continuation for certain persons with a disability: HB 2069, * SHB 2069, CH 10 (2013)
Social investment steering committee, Washington, establishment of, duties to include pilot programs: HB 2337, SHB 2337
Temporary assistance for needy families, benefits for a child, exempting fifty percent of caregiver's unearned income: * HB 2585, CH 75 (2014), SB 6394
Temporary assistance for needy families, drug testing for certain recipients: HB 1190, SB 5585
Temporary assistance for needy families, family hardship exemption from sixty-month limit: SHB 1734
Temporary assistance for needy families, family violence and hardship exemptions from sixty-month limit: HB 1734, SB 5643
Temporary assistance for needy families, limiting enrollment to citizens of United States and qualified aliens: HB 1391
WorkFirst program, "work activity" definition, amending vocational education training provision: HB 1342, SB 5600
WorkFirst, instituting a WorkFirst reform program: HB 2641
Working connections child care program, payment received to constitute authorization for child support enforcement services: SB 5157, SB 6181
Working connections program, incentive for subsidy applicant or recipient to seek child support enforcement services: ESSB 6181
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Indigent defense, training for determining indigency, office to offer: ESSB 5020
PUBLIC DISCLOSURE  (See CAMPAIGNS; PUBLIC DISCLOSURE COMMISSION; RECORDS)
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Complaints about elected officials or public office candidates, filing, technical changes to statutes: HB 2764
Emergency rule making, in certain cases, modifying commission authority: HB 1377, SHB 1377, SB 5257
Ethics in state government and politics, restructuring certain ethics functions under commission: HB 1005, SHB 1005, 2SHB 1005
Finance reports, electronic filing requirement for lobbyists, their employers, and agencies, commission role: E3SHB 1005
Finance reports, electronic filing requirement, commission to provide electronic filing alternative for reports: SB 6371
Finance reports, electronic filing requirement, supporting system with fees collected by commission: HB 1005, SHB 1005, 2SHB 1005
Financial affairs reporting, in certain cases, modifying commission authority: HB 1377, SHB 1377, SB 5257
Legislative caucus political committees, accounts of, commission audits and investigations: SB 6165
Lobbying, by state agencies, requiring electronic report-filing: * SHB 1093, CH 166 (2013)
Lobbying, by state agencies, strengthening prohibition: * SHB 1093, CH 166 (2013)
Lobbying, by state agencies, strengthening prohibition through taxpayer funded lobbying reform act: HB 1093
Lobbyists and their employers, requiring electronic report-filing: HB 2727, HB 2768
Lobbyists, electronic filing requirement and database and query system for finance reports: HB 1005, SHB 1005, 2SHB 1005
Lobbyists, electronic filing requirement and searchable web site for access to reports: SB 6414
Lobbyists, electronic filing requirement for finance reports, commission role: E3SHB 1005
Lobbyists, entertainment expenditures, reporting requirements, including events with legislators: HB 2727, HB 2768
Lobbyists, entertainment expenditures, yearly fee when required to report: SB 6414
Lobbyists, food and beverage gifts from, ethics boards to define limits: SB 6414
Lobbyists, food and refreshment gifts from, reporting requirements, including events with legislators: HB 2727, HB 2768
Members, terminating existing members and replacing through appointments by legislative party leaders: SB 6323
Political advertising, sponsored by same committee, providing top five contributors information: HB 1378, * SB 5258, CH 138 (2013)
Text message, campaign contributions via, commission rule making: SB 6097
Web site, campaign donor information, printing commission web address on voters' pamphlets and ballots: HB 1720, SB 5507, * SSB 5507, CH 283 (2013)
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' BENEFITS BOARD  (See HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY)
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM (PERS)  (See RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES  PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES RSS Feed
               (See also COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES; EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; LABOR; LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS; MARINE EMPLOYEES' COMMISSION; RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS; UNIFORMED PERSONNEL; WAGES AND HOURS; WORKERS' COMPENSATION)
Applications, disclosure, implementing sunshine committee recommendations: HB 1298, SB 5169, SSB 5169
Bonuses, payment by local governments to nonelective officers and employees: SB 6308
Collective bargaining, assistant attorneys general: HB 2274
Collective bargaining, community and technical college academic employees, step increases: HB 1348, SB 5350
Collective bargaining, community and technical college part-time nontenured academic employees, authorizing bargaining unit participation: SB 5844
Collective bargaining, department of corrections employees: HB 1490, SHB 1490, SB 5387
Collective bargaining, digital copies of agreements, submission: SB 6250, SSB 6250
Collective bargaining, enhancing employee safety at western state and eastern state hospitals: SB 6506
Collective bargaining, public employee contract negotiations to be open public meetings: SB 6183
Collective bargaining, representation, restricting period for challenging: SB 6244
Collective bargaining, required action school district, modifying provisions for: * E2SSB 5329, CH 159 (2013)
Collective bargaining, requiring supplemental bargaining of agency-specific issues at request of any party: HB 1804
Collective bargaining, school district agreements to address closing opportunity gap: SB 6063
Collective bargaining, school district employees, internet portal for public access to agreements and data elements: SB 6062, SSB 6062
Collective bargaining, school district employees, public internet access to agreements: * 2SSB 6062, CH 211 (2014)
Collective bargaining, state superintendent school district employees, provisions: SB 5329
Collective bargaining, state, excluding employee wellness programs from requirements: SB 5811
Collective bargaining, state, modifying provisions concerning health care benefits: ESSB 5811
Collective bargaining, uniformed personnel, adding court protection employees and court marshals to definition: SB 6445
Collective bargaining, uniformed personnel, interest arbitration panel determinations: HB 1540, SB 5733
Collective bargaining, unilateral implementation by employer, removing authority for: HB 2755
Conservation districts, employees, disbursement of salaries, wages, and other reimbursement by electronic deposit: * SB 5770, CH 164 (2013)
County employees, salary and wage payments by electronic methods, to require approval by county legislative authority: EHB 2442, SB 6401
Democratic participation principles, training programs for public officials and employees: HB 1198, SHB 1198
Disabilities, persons with, increasing hiring by state agencies: HB 2450, SB 6329
Disabilities, state employment disability parity act: SB 6329
Ethics in state government, provisions concerning violations, investigations, and related matters: SB 5063, SB 5577, * ESSB 5577, CH 190 (2013)
Language access providers, modifying collective bargaining provisions: HB 1753, ESHB 1753, 2SHB 1753, EHB 2617, SB 5833
Legislators, state, job leave provision for legislative service, requirements: HB 2473
National defense authorization act, prohibiting state public employees or associated persons from cooperating with investigations or detainment under the act: HB 1581, SB 5511
Natural resources, department of, enforcement officers to become employees of department of fish and wildlife: HB 1849
Retaliation, protecting employees from, for conduct promoting public policy: HB 2710, SB 5839
Salaries and wages, authorizing direct deposit, including exceptions: HB 2027
Savings plan, Washington public employees', creation and relation to PERS, PSERS, SERS, and TRS: SB 5851, ESSB 5851, SB 5856
State employees, administrative reassignment, policies and procedures: HB 1460, SB 5160, SSB 5160
State employees, cell phone issuance, restricting to agency heads or employees facing safety risk: SB 5381
State employees, cellular device issuance, establishing criteria for: SSB 5381
State employees, displacement by agency use of private collection agencies: HB 1123
State employees, eligibility for health care benefits, modifying provisions concerning: HB 1587, HB 2437, SB 5542, SB 5905, ESSB 5905, SB 6347
State employees, eligibility for health care benefits, modifying provisions to be consistent with patient protection and affordable care act: SB 5905, ESSB 5905
State employees, eligibility for health care benefits, technical changes relevant to domestic partnerships: HB 2437, SB 6347
State employees, four-year colleges and universities, review of exempt and civil service classification practices: HB 2788
State employees, health and wellness program and health plan benefits, expanding wellness programs: SB 5474
State employees, home assignment, policies and procedures: HB 1460, SB 5160, SSB 5160
State employees, parking and transit fee payroll deductions, authorizing pretax payment, conditions: HB 1456, * SHB 1456, CH 124 (2013)
State employees, part-time, using Washington health benefit exchange for: ESSB 5905
State employees, receiving two unpaid holidays, including specific days for reason of faith or conscience: HB 1744, SB 5173
State employees, requiring truthfulness in providing information concerning their employment and duties and other matters: SB 5504
State employees, requiring wellness programs in state employee health care benefits: ESSB 5811
State employees, requiring wellness programs in state employee health care benefits but excluding from collective bargaining: SB 5811
State employees, shared leave program, including school and educational service district employees in uniformed service shared leave pool: SB 5826
State employees, state facility de minimis use for communicating health care, insurance, or retirement information to: * HB 1785, CH 28 (2014)
State employees, two unpaid holidays, to include faith or conscience: * SSB 5173, CH 168 (2014)
State employees, unused annual leave, increasing days allowed to accrue: HB 2248, SHB 2248
Uniformed services, uniformed service shared leave pool, removing exclusion of school and educational service district employees from: SB 5826
Unions, finances of, public disclosure of: SB 6300, SSB 6300
Unions, information concerning union membership and dues rights, placement in workplace posters: HB 1461
Unions, public employee agency shop fees required by union security provision: SB 6053, SSB 6053
Veterans, hiring preferences, for school district security activities: SB 6466, SSB 6466
Veterans, use of veteran scoring criteria status for public employment examinations: HB 1537, * SHB 1537, CH 83 (2013), SB 5061
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Collective bargaining, digital copies of agreements, submission to commission: SB 6250, SSB 6250
Employees, academic, petitioning commission for election to change or reject exclusive bargaining representative: SB 6244
Uniformed personnel, collective bargaining, commission role in interest arbitration panel process: HB 1540
Unions, information concerning union membership and dues rights, placement in workplace posters, commission role: HB 1461
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Local sales and use tax, tax to expire when bonds for certain facilities are retired: HB 1687, SB 5599
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2011-2013 and 2013-2015 capital and operating budget projects, financing with certain bond proceeds to be deposited in various accounts: SHB 1088, * ESSB 5036, CH 20 (2013)
2013-2015 capital and operating budget projects, financing with certain bond proceeds to be deposited in various accounts: HB 1088, SB 5036
24/7 alcohol/drug monitoring revolving account, creation: SHB 2030
24/7 sobriety account, creation: HB 2030, SB 5912, SSB 5912, * E2SSB 5912, CH 35 (2013)
Account for proceeds from sale of bonds for higher education construction, eliminating: SB 5287
Aeronautics account, adjusting functions of: ESB 5430
Alcohol and drug treatment account, creation: SB 5949
Aquatic invasive species prevention account, creation: HB 2458, SHB 2458, 2SHB 2458, SB 6040
Aquatic invasive species prevention account, provisions concerning: * ESSB 6040, CH 202 (2014)
Basic health plan self-insurance reserve account, eliminating: HB 1829, SHB 1829, SB 5287, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Basic health plan trust account, certain funds from, using for : SB 6481, SSB 6481
Basic health plan trust account, renaming as basic health services account: SSB 5887, 2SSB 5887, E3SSB 5887, SSB 6178, 2SSB 6178
Benefits account, creation in connection with Washington health security trust: HB 1085, SB 5224
Bicycle safety and education account, creation in multimodal transportation account: SB 6301
Brownfield redevelopment trust fund account, creation: SB 5201, SSB 5201, * 2E2SSB 5296, CH 1 (2013)
Budget stabilization account, transferring certain funds from account to general fund: HB 2046
Building code council account, using certain unexpended funds for an operating contingency fund: HB 1618
Building communities fund account, eliminating: SB 5287
Capital vessel replacement account, deposit of certain motor vehicle service fees for ferry replacement: HB 1129, SHB 1129, * E2SHB 1129, CH 59 (2014)
Cities and towns, dedicated accounts, use for fiscal relief: SB 5005
Code officials apprenticeship and training account, creation: HB 2214, SHB 2214, SB 5074, SB 6018
Columbia river basin taxable bond water supply development account, transferring certain bond proceeds to: HB 1088, SHB 1088, SB 5036, * ESSB 5036, CH 20 (2013)
Columbia river crossing project account, use in connection with bonds for financing crossing project: HB 1975, SHB 1975, SB 5864, SB 5923
Commercial fisheries buyback account, eliminating: SB 5287
Common school construction fund, modifying funds usage provisions: SB 5895
Community forest trust account, creation: HB 2126, SHB 2126, SB 5973, SSB 5973, * 2SSB 5973, CH 32 (2014)
Community residential program account, creation: SB 5370
Companion animal spay/neuter assistance account, creation: HB 1229, SB 5202, SSB 5202
Connecting Washington account, creation: HB 1954, ESHB 1954, SB 5920
Connecting Washington account, creation in the motor vehicle fund: SSB 6102, SB 6577
Connecting Washington account, distributing certain fuel tax revenues to: SB 6577
Connecting Washington account, transferring certain highway project sales and use tax revenues to: SB 6102, SSB 6102
Counties, dedicated accounts, use for fiscal relief: SB 5005
County road administration board storm water pollution account, creation: HB 1954
Criminal justice training commission account, creation: HB 1315
Criminal justice training commission firing range maintenance account, creation: HB 1613, * SHB 1613, CH 265 (2013), SB 5516
Debt-limit general fund bond retirement account, payment of principal and interest on certain bonds: HB 1088, SHB 1088, SB 5036, * ESSB 5036, CH 20 (2013)
Debt-limit general fund bond retirement account, use in connection with certain bonds for school facilities: SSB 6483
Decontamination account, eliminating: HB 1829, SHB 1829, SB 5287, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Dedicated local jurisdiction marijuana fund, creation: HB 2144, SHB 2144, HB 2566
Degree production incentive account, creation: HB 2653
Department of ecology storm water pollution account, creation: HB 1954
Diesel idle reduction account, creation: HB 2569, SHB 2569, * E2SHB 2569, CH 74 (2014)
Disabled veterans assistance account, eliminating: SB 5287
Displace worker training account, creation in connection with Washington health security trust: HB 1085, SB 5224
Early start account, creation: SHB 2377, E2SHB 2377
Economic development commission account, eliminating: HB 2029, SHB 2029, * E2SHB 2029, CH 112 (2014)
Education construction fund, modifying funds usage provisions: SB 5895
Education construction revenue bond proceeds account, creation: EHB 2797
Education legacy trust account, certain funding deposited into, preserving through application of estate and transfer tax to certain property transfers: EHB 1920, HB 2064, SHB 2064, * EHB 2075, CH 2 (2013)
Education legacy trust account, depositing certain tax revenues for basic education funding: HB 1122, HB 2795, SHB 2795, HB 2796, SB 5039, SB 5895, SB 6574
Education legacy trust account, depositing certain tax revenues in: * ESHB 2051, CH 9 (2013), HB 2795, SHB 2795
Education legacy trust account, depositing fossil fuel carbon pollution tax revenue in: HB 2803
Education legacy trust account, depositing receipts from privilege tax on petroleum businesses in: SB 5756
Education legacy trust account, depositing sales tax revenues from remote sellers: SB 6571
Education legacy trust account, deposits from capital gains tax and extensions of certain other taxes: SB 5738
Education legacy trust account, expenditures from, when computing state expenditure limit: SB 5895, 2ESSB 5895
Education legacy trust account, transfers from state general fund to, excluding from calculation of general state revenues for certain purposes: ESHB 2034, EHB 2036
Education legacy trust account, transfers from state general fund to, exempting from state expenditure limit: ESHB 2034, EHB 2036
Education legacy trust account, transfers to, increasing by extending state business and occupation surtax: HB 2037, HB 2038, ESHB 2038
Education legacy trust account, transfers to, increasing by narrowing nonresident sales tax preference: EHB 2036
Education legacy trust account, transfers to, increasing by narrowing or eliminating certain tax preferences: ESHB 2034, HB 2465
Education legacy trust account, transfers to, increasing by narrowing or eliminating certain tax preferences and extending certain taxes set to expire: HB 2038, ESHB 2038
Electric utility rural economic development revolving funds, expiration date for tax credit for contributions: SB 5032
Employee fair classification act account, creation: HB 1440, SHB 1440, 2SHB 1440, HB 2334, SB 5526
Employer responsibility for medical assistance trust fund, creation: HB 2588
Enterprise services account, modifying provisions: HB 1972
Enterprise services account, technical corrections: HB 1829, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Environmental legacy stewardship account, creation: * 2E2SSB 5296, CH 1 (2013)
Environmental legacy stewardship account, shifting funding of certain programs to: SB 5990
Environmental legacy stewardship account, use of certain funds for storm water permit compliance activities: SB 6099
Environmental legacy stewardship account, using moneys for competitive grant program to reduce storm water pollution: * HB 2079, CH 28 (2013)
Equipment replacement fund, establishment by a county auditor, funds to be used for vote tallying equipment replacement: SHB 1103
Fair fund, depositing state lottery account moneys in fund to support youth agricultural fair-related training opportunities: SB 5813
Family and medical leave enforcement account, eliminating: SB 5287
Family leave insurance account, changing name to family and medical leave insurance account: HB 1457, SHB 1457, SB 5292
Federal forest revolving account, allocations to certain school districts, discontinuing certain reduction of: * E2SHB 2207, CH 155 (2014) PV
Federal forest revolving account, allocations to certain school districts, discontinuing reduction of: HB 2207, SHB 2207, SB 5986, SSB 5986
Financial responsibility education account, creation: HB 1803
Firearm-related injury and death prevention account, creation: HB 1703
Flood hazard reduction account, creation: HB 2356, HB 2357, SHB 2357
Food animal veterinarian conditional scholarship account, eliminating: SB 5287
Forest and fish support account, distributions to and use of funds from: HB 2747, SB 6478, ESSB 6478
Forest landowners incentive programs account, creation, and distributions from timber harvest distribution account to, use of: ESSB 6478
Freight congestion relief account, eliminating: HB 1829, SHB 1829, SB 5287, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Fruit and vegetable district fund, extending expiration dates for transfers to: HB 1889, * SHB 1889, CH 46 (2013)
Geoduck aquaculture research account, renaming as shellfish aquaculture research account: HB 1894, SHB 1894
Geothermal account, modifying provisions: SB 5369
Geothermal account, modifying provisions and repealing certain sections: * SSB 5369, CH 274 (2013)
GET ready for college account, creation: SB 5044
Governor's official inaugural ball account, creation: HB 1205
Green jobs tax credit account, creation: HB 1301
Health benefit exchange account, requirements: * ESHB 1947, CH 6 (2013)
Health benefit exchange account, requiring that expenditures be used only to fund operation of the Washington health benefit exchange: HB 1947
Health care declarations registry account, eliminating: HB 1829, SHB 1829, SB 5287, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Health insurance partnership account, eliminating: SB 5287
Health security trust, creation of reserve, displaced worker training, and benefits accounts in connection with trust: HB 1085, SB 5224
Health security trust, transfer of certain accounts in connection with trust: HB 1085, SB 5224
Heritage barn preservation fund, eliminating: SB 5287
High occupancy vehicle account, eliminating: SB 5287
Higher education construction account, eliminating: SB 5287
Home visiting services account, modifying provisions: * SB 5809, CH 165 (2013)
Horse racing commission operating account, earnings from account: * HB 1006, CH 88 (2013)
Hospital safety net assessment fund, modifying assessment and fund provisions to pay for medicaid hospital services and grants: HB 2016, 2ESHB 2016, SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Housing trust fund, funding by, preference for school district-housing authority projects helping low-income children: HB 2462, SB 6338
Housing trust fund, revising provisions concerning administrative costs: HB 1617, * SHB 1617, CH 145 (2013), SB 5439, SSB 5439
Ignition interlock device revolving account, deposits to and expenditures from: * E2SSB 5912, CH 35 (2013)
Impaired driving safety account, transferring liquor excise taxes deposited in liquor excise tax fund to: SB 5917, SB 5929
Impaired driving safety account, using certain beer tax revenues for impaired driving safety and enforcement: SB 5915, SB 5917, SB 5929, SB 5930
Independent contractor exemption certificate account, creation: HB 2147, SHB 2147
Independent youth housing account, eliminating: SB 5287
Industrial hemp account, creation: HB 1888, SHB 1888, 2SHB 1888, SB 5954, SB 6214
Industrial insurance administrative fund, creation as revolving fund: SB 5675
Institutional impact account, eliminating: SB 5287
Investment trust, Washington, deposit of public funds: SB 5029
Job skills program account, creation: HB 1247, SB 5560, SSB 5560
Job skills program trust account, creation: HB 1247, SB 5560, SSB 5560
Judicial election reform act fund, creation: HB 2525
Judicial stabilization trust account, surcharges on court filing fees for deposit in, extending expiration dates for: HB 1961, * SHB 1961, CH 7 (2013)
Life sciences discovery fund, funding agricultural production-based research using revenues from property taxation of marijuana-related trademarks, etc.: HB 1976
Liquor excise tax fund, deposit of liquor excise taxes and transfer to impaired driving safety account: SB 5917, SB 5929
Liquor excise tax fund, deposit of liquor excise taxes and transfer to liquor revolving fund, modifying provisions: HB 1368, SB 5703
Liquor excise tax fund, deposit of liquor excise taxes, increasing sales tax sum to be deposited: HB 2784, SB 6564
Liquor revolving fund, distribution of revenues: HB 1368, HB 2067, HB 2314, SB 5703, SB 6361
Local government severance taxation account, establishment: HB 1856, SHB 1856
Maintenance, operations, and preservation account, creation: HB 1954
Manufacturing innovation and modernization account, eliminating: HB 1829, SHB 1829, SB 5287, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Marijuana, dedicated local jurisdiction marijuana fund, creation: HB 2144, SHB 2144
Marine resources stewardship trust account, expenditures to be in keeping with Washington coastal marine advisory council recommendations: * ESB 5603, CH 318 (2013)
Medicaid fraud penalty account, funding prescription monitoring program entirely from: * HB 1565, CH 36 (2013), SB 5493
Medical quality assurance commission account, creation: HB 1564
Meeting industry demand account, creation: HB 1936
Mercury-containing light recycling account, creation: SB 5658
Minority and women's business enterprises account, depositing certain noncompliance penalty receipts: HB 2307, SB 6497
Mortgage recovery fund, eliminating: SB 5287
Motor vehicle account, depositing certain transportation facility naming fees into account: HB 1051, SB 5584
Motor vehicle account, transfer to account of state sales and use tax revenues from expenditures by department of transportation: HB 2094
Multiuse roadway safety account, creation: HB 1632, * ESHB 1632, CH 23 (2013), SB 5513
Naming of state transportation facilities, depositing of naming fees into relevant accounts: HB 1051, SB 5584
New economy scholars account, establishment for new economy scholars program to expand high employer demand programs, council role: HB 2049
Opportunity pathways account, lottery revenues deposited in, lottery revenue bonds to be payable from: EHB 2797
Overcrowded schools and class size reduction fund, creation: HB 2780
Paint product stewardship account, creation: HB 1579, SHB 1579, SB 5424
Paramount duty trust fund, establishing: HB 1545
Park land trust revolving fund, deposit and use of certain oil and gas severance and conservation excise tax revenues: HB 1856, SHB 1856
Pedestrian, bicycle, and safe routes to school account, creation: ESHB 1954
Pension funding stabilization account, eliminating: SB 5287
Pension funding stabilization account, expenditures from, when computing state expenditure limit: 2ESSB 5895
Performance audits of government account, distributions from timber tax distribution account: HB 2747, SB 6478
Personnel service fund, discontinuing use by department of enterprise services: HB 1972
Product stewardship programs account, repealing: SB 5658
Prostitution prevention and intervention account, expenditures, using to fund statewide coordinating committee on sex trafficking: * ESHB 1291, CH 121 (2013)
Public disclosure electronic filing account, creation: HB 1005, SHB 1005, 2SHB 1005, SB 6414
Public employees' and retirees' insurance account, transfer of moneys to reserve and benefits accounts: HB 1085, SB 5224
Public employees' benefits board benefits account, creation: HB 2436, SB 6346
Public facilities construction loan revolving account, using moneys for economic revitalization loan program: HB 1079, SB 5533
Public health supplemental account, use of funds to include paying for staff: HB 2388, * SB 6284, CH 94 (2014)
Public printing revolving account, eliminating: HB 1829, HB 1972, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Public safety reimbursable bond account, eliminating: SB 5287
Public transportation systems account, eliminating: HB 1829, SHB 1829, SB 5287, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Public works administration account, using funds from account for public works construction service provider payment reporting: EHB 1473
Public works assistance account, certain state tax revenues, deposit in account for local government public works: HJR 4215
Public works assistance account, redirecting account funds: HB 1484, SHB 1484, E2SHB 1484, SB 6120
Public-private recreational access account, creation: HB 2243, SB 6508
Puyallup tribal settlement account, eliminating: HB 1829, SHB 1829, SB 5287, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Radioactive mixed waste account, creation: SSB 5296, * 2E2SSB 5296, CH 1 (2013)
Real estate excise tax electronic technology account, eliminating: HB 1829, SHB 1829, SB 5287, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Recreation access pass account, depositing certain moneys into: HB 2707, SB 6260
Regional transportation investment district account, eliminating: SB 5287
Reinvesting in youth account, eliminating: SB 5287
Reserve account, creation in connection with Washington health security trust: HB 1085, SB 5224
Residential services and support account, creation: HB 2634, SHB 2634
Rural health access account, eliminating: HB 1829, SHB 1829, SB 5287, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Rural Washington natural gas access and investment account, creation: HB 2101
Salmon enhancement construction account, removing obsolete reference: SB 5287
Satellite system management account, eliminating: HB 1829, SHB 1829, SB 5287, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Scrap metal license account, creation: HB 1756
Shared game lottery account, revenues deposited in, transfer to opportunity pathways account for lottery revenue bonds purposes: EHB 2797
Special category E account, creation: SB 5296, SSB 5296
Special personnel litigation settlement account, eliminating: HB 1829, SHB 1829, * SSB 5287, CH 251 (2013)
Start administrative account, creation: HB 2474, SHB 2474, SB 6294
Start principal account, creation: HB 2474, SHB 2474, SB 6294
State agency innovation and efficiency grant program account, creation: SSB 5872, SB 6484
State and local toxics control accounts, deposit of moneys for toxic waste cleanup sites: SB 5296, SSB 5296, * 2E2SSB 5296, CH 1 (2013)
State building construction account, deposit of certain bond proceeds for school facilities: SSB 6483
State fair fund, dedicated revenue for youth opportunities involving agricultural fairs: HB 1398, SB 5672, SB 5791, SSB 5791
State fair fund, depositing state lottery account moneys in fund to support youth agricultural fair-related training opportunities: SB 5813
State health care authority administrative account, transfer of moneys to reserve and benefits accounts: HB 1085, SB 5224
State lottery account, lottery revenues deposited in, transfer to opportunity pathways account for lottery revenue bonds purposes: EHB 2797
State lottery account, modifying moneys distribution provisions: HB 1428, HB 1982, * SHB 1982, CH 136 (2013), SB 5273, SSB 5273, SB 5813
State parks renewal and stewardship account, funding operation and maintenance of state parks from: SB 5897, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
State parks renewal and stewardship account, funding renovation and repair of state parks from: SB 5575
State social and health services construction account, eliminating: SB 5287
State taxable building construction account, deposit of certain bond proceeds for school facilities: SSB 6483
State trade fair fund, eliminating: SB 5287
State transportation storm water pollution and fish passage barrier account, creation: HB 1954
State universal communications services program, optional establishment of account(s) by administrator: HB 1857, SB 5351
Storm water financial assistance account, creation: HB 2357, SHB 2357
Strategic innovative grant account, creation: SB 5901, SSB 5901
Student child care in higher education account, state board for community and technical colleges to co-administer program: HB 1873, SB 5730
Sustainable energy trust account, creation: HB 1856, SHB 1856
Tacoma Narrows toll bridge account, transfers from account to pay debt service, limitations on: HB 1965, SB 5854
Target zero account, creation: SHB 2030, SB 5534
Taxpayer savings account, creation for voluntary contributions to state government: SB 5091
Timber tax distribution account, distributions to forest and fish support account: HB 2747, SB 6478, ESSB 6478
Tobacco settlement account, transfer of moneys to reserve and benefits accounts: HB 1085, SB 5224
Toll facility accounts, depositing certain transportation facility naming fees into relevant account: HB 1051, SB 5584
Toll facility bond retirement account, use in connection with bonds for financing Columbia river crossing project: ESHB 1954, SHB 1975, SB 5923
Tourism enterprise account, eliminating: HB 2029, SHB 2029, * E2SHB 2029, CH 112 (2014)
Transportation facilities account, creation: ESSB 5886
Transportation improvement board storm water pollution account, creation: HB 1954
Tuition assistance program account, creation: SHB 1725
Tuition support fund account, creation: HB 1725
Universal communications services account, creation: HB 1971, SHB 1971, * 2E2SHB 1971, CH 8 (2013), SSB 5873, SB 5899, SB 5911
Used battery stewardship account, creation: HB 1364, SB 5457
Veterans conservation corps account, eliminating: SB 5287
Veterans innovations program account, limiting use of funds: * HB 2130, CH 179 (2014), SB 5975, SSB 5975
Veterans' assistance fund, county use for fiscal relief: SB 5005
Washington advance higher education loan account, creation: HB 2429, SHB 2429
Washington horse racing commission class C purse fund account, depositing of fines in, removing requirement: HB 2125, * SHB 2125, CH 62 (2014)
Washington horse racing commission operating account, dedicated revenue for youth opportunities involving horses and horse racing: HB 1398, SB 5672, SB 5791, SSB 5791
Washington horse racing commission operating account, depositing fines in: * SHB 2125, CH 62 (2014)
Washington metal theft prevention authority account, creation: HB 1552
Washington opportunity pathways account, expenditures from, when computing state expenditure limit: SB 5895, 2ESSB 5895
Washington publicly owned trust, creating trust as sole depository for marijuana producers and retailers: SB 5955
Washington real estate research account, delaying expiration date: HB 2370, SB 6133
Washington state industrial insurance fund, establishment: SB 5675
Water pollution control revolving administration account, creation: HB 1141, * SHB 1141, CH 96 (2013)
Wildfire prevention account, creation: HB 1127, SHB 1127
Wildlife conflict account, creation: HB 2517, SHB 2517, 2SHB 2517
Wolf interaction conflict account, creation: HB 1501, SHB 1501
Wolf-livestock conflict account, creation: SB 5079, SSB 5193, * E2SSB 5193, CH 329 (2013)
Yakima integrated plan implementation account, creation: HB 1196, HB 1414, SHB 1414, SB 5367, SSB 5367, * 2SSB 5367, CH 11 (2013)
Yakima integrated plan implementation revenue recovery account, creation: HB 1196, HB 1414, SHB 1414, SB 5367, SSB 5367, * 2SSB 5367, CH 11 (2013)
Yakima integrated plan implementation taxable bond account, creation: HB 1196, HB 1414, SHB 1414, SB 5367, SSB 5367, * 2SSB 5367, CH 11 (2013)
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Abortion services, hospital provision of, certificate of need review determination: SB 5586
Alzheimer's disease, convening working group concerning: SB 6124
Alzheimer's disease, convening working group to develop state Alzheimer's plan: * SSB 6124, CH 89 (2014)
Alzheimer's or dementia, senior citizens with, development and implementation of silver alert plan: HB 1689, SB 5602, SSB 5602
Antifreeze and coolant, denatonium benzoate exemption for vehicle sale: HB 1010, SHB 1010
Antifreeze and coolant, spent, denatonium benzoate exemption when stored or transported for disposal: SHB 1010
Asbestos abatement projects, respirator requirements: HB 1110
Asbestos-containing building materials, labeling requirements: HB 1926, SB 5458, * ESSB 5458, CH 51 (2013)
Asbestos-containing building materials, labeling requirements, clarifying application of: SB 6240
Assisted suicide services, hospital provision of, certificate of need review determination: SB 5586
Assisted suicide, informed consent and reporting for purposes of death with dignity act, modifying provisions: SB 5683
Batteries, small rechargeable battery stewardship: ESHB 1364
Batteries, small rechargeable battery stewardship act: HB 1364, SB 5457
Birth control, requiring dispensing of contraceptive drugs for medicaid enrollees: HB 2022, SHB 2022, SB 5884
Bisphenol A, in food and food and beverage packaging and containers, restrictions: HB 2779
Blood, tissue, or blood and tissue banks, business and occupation tax exemption for, modifying definitions, including "qualifying blood bank": HB 1766, SB 5848, SSB 5848, * ESSB 5882, CH 13 (2013)
Brain injury awareness organizations and individuals, honoring the efforts of: * HR 4637 (2013)
Breast cancer awareness, special license plates for, creating: * HB 2700, CH 77 (2014)
Breast cancer screenings, recognizing Kicks for a Cure for raising money for: * SR 8691 (2014)
Breastfeeding-friendly Washington designation, creating: HB 2329, SB 6298, SSB 6298
Carbon monoxide alarms, in residential occupancies, extending deadline: HB 1606, SB 5494, SSB 5494
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, requiring instruction for high school graduation: HB 1556, * SHB 1556, CH 181 (2013), SB 5428
Chemicals and chemical mixtures in environment, department of health to evaluate and report: SB 5348
Children's products, limiting presence of TRIS and other flame retardants when products manufactured, sold, or distributed for use in state: HB 1294, ESHB 1294, SB 5181, SB 5933, SB 5984, SB 6048, SB 6540, SSB 6540
Colorectal cancer awareness month, recognizing: * SR 8717 (2014)
Community health alert notification plans, adoption by local boards of health: HB 1139, SHB 1139, SB 5228
Crisis responders, when certain persons present substantial likelihood of serious harm or danger, standards for detention: HB 1963, SB 6142
Defibrillators, medical emergency response and automated external defibrillator program for high schools: HB 1556, * SHB 1556, CH 181 (2013), SB 5232, SB 5428
Diabetes epidemic, agency collaboration to identify goals and develop agency plans: HB 1795, SB 5423
Dumbwaiters, exemption from safety requirements governing conveyances: HB 2145
Dumbwaiters, testing and inspection: SHB 2145
Energy drinks, prohibiting selling or giving away to person under age eighteen: HB 1807
EPI pens, in schools, technical correction to law: * SB 6013, CH 34 (2014)
EPI pens, placing in schools: * ESB 5104, CH 268 (2013)
EPI pens, prescribing by providers, authorization and conditions in certain cases: SB 6584
EPI pens, use by good samaritan at scene of emergency, immunity from liability for: SB 6229
Epinephrine autoinjectors, in schools, technical correction to law: * SB 6013, CH 34 (2014)
Epinephrine autoinjectors, placing in schools: HB 1578, * ESB 5104, CH 268 (2013)
Epinephrine autoinjectors, prescribing by providers, authorization and conditions in certain cases: SB 6584
Epinephrine autoinjectors, use by good samaritan at scene of emergency, immunity from liability for: SB 6229
Explosive actuated tactical devices, transportation and storage by law enforcement, exemption from Washington state explosives act requirements: SB 5264, * SSB 5264, CH 140 (2013)
Fetal alcohol exposure, requiring posting of warning signs on premises serving alcohol: HB 2737
Fetal alcohol exposure, work group to address: HB 2737
Firearm-related injury and death prevention education program, creation, with funding from firearm retail sale fee: HB 1703
Firearms safety and violence reduction in relation to public health and safety, task force on, legislature to convene: SB 5714
First aid, mental health, training for teachers and educational staff: * ESHB 1336, CH 197 (2013), SB 5333, SSB 5333
Flame retardants, limiting presence in upholstered furniture and children's products manufactured, sold, or distributed for use in state: HB 1294, ESHB 1294, SB 5181, SB 5933, SB 5984, SB 6048, SB 6540, SSB 6540
Food and beverages, healthy eating, promotion through state agency adoption and implementation of provision and service standards: HB 1321, SHB 1321
Glaucoma, eye drops for treating, early refill of prescription: SB 6575
Good samaritans, exposed to infectious disease, free testing of source patient: HB 2530, SB 6174
Health and human services, regional, county authority to impose local sales and use tax to fund: HB 2073
Health care information, disclosure of: HB 2339, SHB 2339, * ESSB 6265, CH 220 (2014) PV
Health care records, documentation and payment of charges, prohibiting health care provider fee in certain cases: SHB 2074
Health care records, patient-authorized disclosure by provider or facility, determining reasonable fee for: HB 2074
Health care records, patient-authorized disclosure by provider, determining reasonable fee for: SHB 2074
Health districts, finances and banking, district control as directed by health board: HB 1783
Healthiest next generation, governor's council for, establishment and duties: HB 2643, SHB 2643, 2SHB 2643, SB 6383
HIV, fluids infected with, expanding first and second degree assault to include all fluids infected with destructive diseases: HB 1018, HB 1262
HIV, fluids infected with, expanding first degree assault to include all fluids infected with destructive diseases: HB 2107, SHB 2107
HIV, removing specific mention in criminal statutes for certain crimes: HB 1262, HB 2107, SHB 2107
HIV, sexual intercourse prohibition when partner not informed: HB 1018, HB 1262, HB 2107, SHB 2107
HIV, testing of infants placed in out-of-home care: SB 5454
Hospitals, when certain persons present substantial likelihood of serious harm or danger, standards for detention: HB 1963, SB 6142
Immunization, making childhood immunization resources available to pregnant women: SB 6297, ESSB 6297
Immunization, meningococcal disease, schools to provide online access to required information concerning: SB 5753
Infections, health care-associated, aligning state reporting requirements with federal requirements: * HB 1471, CH 319 (2013) PV, SB 5415
Infectious diseases, free testing of source patient aided by good samaritan: HB 2530, SB 6174
Life alert services, providing certain customer information to first responders: SB 6527, SB 6554, SSB 6554
Litter and potentially dangerous litter, abatement of nuisance, city and town authority: SB 5323
Littering, general, adding penalty to penalty for littering from motor vehicle: HB 2294
Lung cancer, recognizing as a public health priority: * SR 8678 (2014)
Mammograms, patient mammographic breast density information notice: SB 6050, SSB 6050
Medical records, assuring inclusion of mental health prescriptions in patient's electronic medical record: SB 6360
Mental health professionals, when certain persons present substantial likelihood of serious harm or danger, standards for detention: HB 1963, SB 6142
Mercury-containing light product stewardship program, repealing program and account: SB 5658
Mercury-containing lights, product stewardship organizations, provisions: HB 1444, HB 2246, * ESHB 2246, CH 119 (2014), SB 6177, SSB 6177
Minors, health care for, consent of minor: SB 6407
Newborn screening, births outside hospital, collecting blood sample for tests: * SHB 2544, CH 18 (2014)
Newborn screening, hospitals to collect blood sample for certain screening tests: HB 2544
Notifiable health conditions, public notification by local health jurisdictions: HB 1139, SB 5228
Nuisance abatement, assessments for, city and town authority: EHB 1367
Obesity, prevention through early learning programs, including among duties of department of early learning : HB 1784
Organ and tissue donation, awareness account, voluntary donation at time of vehicle registration, marketing of: HB 1726, SHB 1726
Pain awareness month, recognizing: * HR 4614 (2013)
Paint, architectural, producers to establish paint stewardship program: HB 1579, SHB 1579, SB 5424
Phthalates, in food and food and beverage packaging and containers, restrictions: HB 2779
Public health supplemental account, use of funds to include paying for staff: HB 2388, * SB 6284, CH 94 (2014)
Restless legs syndrome, recognizing needs of persons with: * SR 8695 (2014)
Scientific uncertainty, state agency authorization in spite of uncertainty to act to prevent environmental and human health damage: SB 5255
Sexually transmitted diseases, disclosure of records and information, expanding statutes: HB 1679, * ESHB 1679, CH 200 (2013)
Significant health risks, public notification by local health jurisdictions: SHB 1139
Silver alert plan, development and implementation by state patrol for recovering senior citizens with Alzheimer's or dementia: HB 1689, SB 5602
Silver alert plan, development and implementation by state patrol for recovering various endangered missing persons: SSB 5602
Sleep practices, safe, department of early learning to provide information to child care licensure applicants: HB 2695, SHB 2695
Sleep practices, safe, Graham Hazzard act: SHB 2695
Sleep, restless legs syndrome, recognizing needs of persons with: * SR 8695 (2014)
Smoke detection devices, in dwelling units, requiring installation of certain lithium battery devices: HB 2053
State employees, de minimis use of state facilities to communicate certain health care information to: * HB 1785, CH 28 (2014)
Stillbirth, certificates of, issuance by county registrar to mother or father: HB 1137
Suicide assessment, treatment, and management training for health care providers, modifying requirements: HB 1376, * SHB 1376, CH 78 (2013), HB 2315, * ESHB 2315, CH 71 (2014), SB 6468
Suicide prevention, Washington plan for: HB 2315, * ESHB 2315, CH 71 (2014), SB 6468
Transportation system policy goals, including air quality improvement to promote health improvement: HB 1233, SHB 1233
Traumatic brain injury, honoring the efforts of brain injury awareness organizations and individuals: * HR 4637 (2013)
Upholstered furniture, limiting presence of TRIS and other flame retardants when furniture manufactured, sold, or distributed for use in state: HB 1294, ESHB 1294, SB 5181, SB 5933, SB 5984, SB 6048, SB 6540, SSB 6540
Vital records, birth certificates, provisions: HB 1525, * SHB 1525, CH 321 (2013), SB 5118, ESSB 5118
Vital records, birth certificates, provisions concerning adopted persons and birth parents: HB 1525, * SHB 1525, CH 321 (2013), SB 5118, ESSB 5118
Vital records, certificates of stillbirth, issuance by county registrar to mother or father: HB 1137
PUBLIC HOSPITAL DISTRICTS  (See HOSPITALS)
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Academic acceleration incentive program, establishment, office of superintendent to allocate funds: HB 1642, SHB 1642, * 2SHB 1642, CH 184 (2013), SB 5243, SSB 5243, E2SSB 5243
Alternative learning experience courses, office of superintendent to conduct study for creating funding proposal for: SB 5794, SSB 5794, 2SSB 5794
Artworks for school plant facilities, superintendent allocation of funds for instructional equipment and technology: HB 1054, SB 5581
Assessments of learning, common core standards, notifying parents or guardians: HB 1293, SHB 1293, SB 5366
Assessments of learning, high school, office of superintendent to implement English language arts and mathematics assessments developed with multistate consortium: * EHB 1450, CH 22 (2013)
Assessments, student, modifying system in multiple ways to reduce costs, role of office of superintendent: HB 2047
Breakfast after the bell programs in certain public schools, implementing, office of superintendent role: HB 2536, ESHB 2536, SB 6444, SSB 6444
Career and technical education courses, course equivalencies for science and math courses, office of superintendent role: HB 2540, SHB 2540, E2SHB 2540, SB 6044, SB 6552, SSB 6552, * E2SSB 6552, CH 217 (2014) PV
Career and technical education courses, embedding common core state standards and next generation science standards into, office of superintendent role: SHB 2383, E2SHB 2383
Career and technical education courses, embedding common core state standards into, office of superintendent role: HB 2383
Career and technical education courses, model framework and curriculum and program of study for, convening work group: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Career and technical education programs, aligning with community and technical college high-demand applied baccalaureate programs, role of office of superintendent: SB 5624, SSB 5624, * 2SSB 5624, CH 55 (2013)
Career and technical education, dropout reengagement in STEM fields through establishment of ASSET program, role of office of superintendent: SB 5754, SSB 5754
Career and technical education, grants for aligning dropout reengagement with entry into high-demand occupations, role of office of superintendent: HB 1871, SB 5754
Career and technical education, office of superintendent to establish list of mandatory course equivalencies for: HB 1650, SHB 1650, SB 5818
Career and technical education, role of office of superintendent in connection with STEM education innovation alliance: HB 1872, SHB 1872, * E2SHB 1872, CH 25 (2013), SB 5755, SSB 5755
Challenged and lowest-achieving schools, superintendent to identify: HB 1177, SHB 1177, SB 6056
Challenged schools, changing date for superintendent to identify: * HB 2167, CH 191 (2014) PV
Child welfare services, youth in out-of-home care, office of superintendent role in improving educational outcomes: HB 1566, SHB 1566, * 2SHB 1566, CH 182 (2013)
Civil liberties public education program, suspending various program requirements: SB 5753
Class size reduction, all-day kindergarten and K-3, grant program to increase physical capacity for, office of superintendent role: EHB 2797
Collaborative schools for innovation and success pilot project, participation in by certain required action districts, role of office of superintendent: SB 5649
Collective bargaining, district agreements and data elements, internet portal for public access, role of office of superintendent: SB 6062, SSB 6062
Construction assistance program for schools, minimum construction cost allowance and student space allocations, role of office of superintendent: HB 2780, SB 6451
Construction assistance program for schools, minimum state funding assistance percentage, raising: HB 1505, SB 5642
Defibrillators, medical emergency response and automated external defibrillator program for high schools, office of superintendent to institute: HB 1556, * SHB 1556, CH 181 (2013), SB 5232, SB 5428
Digital college in the high school, establishment as pilot project, role of office of superintendent: HB 1208
Disabilities, students with, provision of high school transition services for special education students, role of office of superintendent: SHB 1735, SB 5958, SSB 5958, * 2SSB 5958, CH 47 (2014)
Disabilities, students with, provision of high school transition services, role of office of superintendent: HB 1735, E2SSB 5330, SB 5671, SB 5706, SSB 5706
Discipline task force, office of superintendent to convene: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV, SB 6529
Dropout prevention through farm engagement pilot project, role of office of superintendent in establishing: EHB 1276, SHB 1276
Dropout reduction, K-12 dropout prevention, intervention, and reengagement system, role of office of superintendent: HB 1424, SHB 1424, 2SHB 1424, 3SHB 1424
Dropout reengagement, grants for aligning with entry into high-demand occupations, role of office of superintendent: HB 1871, SB 5754
Dropout reengagement, particularly in STEM fields, establishment of ASSET program to promote, role of office of superintendent: SB 5754, SSB 5754
Dual high school/college credit courses, office of superintendent reporting, due date: SB 6056
Dual high school/college credit courses, office of superintendent to collect data and post information concerning: HB 1642, SHB 1642, * 2SHB 1642, CH 184 (2013), SB 5243, SSB 5243, E2SSB 5243
Education data, disaggregation to include students from military families, superintendent role: HB 2166, SHB 2166, 2SHB 2166
Education data, longitudinal, pilot project for managing and using, role of office of the superintendent: SSB 5330, E2SSB 5330
Education data, special education students from military families, office of superintendent to analyze: SHB 2166, 2SHB 2166
Educational opportunity gap oversight and accountability committee, implementing recommendations of: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Educator support program, establishment, role of office of superintendent: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Emotional or behavioral distress in students, office of superintendent to develop model plan for recognition, screening, and response: HB 1336, * ESHB 1336, CH 197 (2013), SB 5365, SSB 5365
English language learner accountability task force, office of superintendent to convene: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Federal receipts, requiring that office of superintendent report concerning federal financial assistance: SB 5804, * SSB 5804, CH 32 (2013)
Financial education public-private partnership, curriculum provisions, role of office of superintendent: HB 1173, SB 5483
Firearms accident prevention, Eddie Eagle GunSafe program, use of instructional materials from: SB 5660, SJM 8006
Firearms accident prevention, office of superintendent to develop program of instruction for K-12 students: SB 5660
Flexibility for education system, modifying or repealing various provisions to provide: SB 5753, ESSB 5753, SB 5901, SSB 5901
Foreign language interpreters, K-12, phone interpretation vendors on contract, posting information online: * 2SHB 1709, CH 150 (2014) PV
Funding, prototypical school allocation model, implementing quality education council's recommendations regarding full funding values for: SB 5570
Grade point averages, weighted, for standardized high school transcripts: HB 2697
Grading of schools and districts, performance-based, office of superintendent reporting role: SB 5328, ESSB 5328, SB 5901, SSB 5901
Grading of schools and districts, performance-based, office of superintendent reporting role for pilot program: ESSB 5328, SB 5901, SSB 5901
Graduation coaches, providing to high schools in certain cases, role of office of superintendent: SHB 1424, 2SHB 1424, 3SHB 1424
High school and beyond plan, standard template for, office of superintendent to develop: HB 1650, SHB 1650, SB 5818
High school equivalency certificates and tests, issuance by office of superintendent and state board for community and technical colleges: HB 1686, * SHB 1686, CH 39 (2013), SB 5646
Indian tribes, state-tribal education compact schools, role of superintendent: HB 1134, SHB 1134, * E2SHB 1134, CH 242 (2013)
Indicators of educational system health, statewide, establishment as basis for performance goals and measurements, office of superintendent role: SB 5491, * ESSB 5491, CH 282 (2013)
K-12 state salary allocations, office of superintendent to conduct comparative labor market analysis: SB 6574
K-3 class size reduction, grant program for facilities, role of office of superintendent: SSB 6483
Kindergarten, all-day kindergarten facility grant program, office of superintendent to administer: ESSB 6081, SB 6483, SSB 6483
Learning assistance program, evidence-based, modifying requirements for, role of office of superintendent: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Learning assistance program, menus of best practices for struggling students, office to convene panel of experts to develop: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Music does matter program, superintendent allocation of grants for kindergarten music education: HB 1248, SB 5451
Online learning in public schools, standardizing, role of office of superintendent: HB 1423, SHB 1423, SB 5667
Prototypical school model, achieving through annual improvements in staffing levels: HB 1673, HB 2589, SB 6438
Quality education council, implementing council recommendations: HB 1560, HB 2242, SB 5570, SB 6337
Quality education council, increasing learning opportunities in STEM disciplines through STEM education innovation alliance: HB 1872, SHB 1872, * E2SHB 1872, CH 25 (2013), SB 5755, SSB 5755
Quality education council, role in establishment of statewide indicators of educational system health: SB 5491, * ESSB 5491, CH 282 (2013)
Quality education council, staffing resources recommended by, enhancing basic education allocation formula to adopt: HB 1673, HB 2589, SB 6438
Reading and early literacy, menu of best practices for struggling students, office to convene panel of experts to develop: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Reading and early literacy, providing system of instruction and services through multiple strategies, role of office of superintendent: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Reading proficiency, role of office of superintendent in improving student reading in third grade: SHB 1452
Renewal school district, statewide, office of the superintendent role in establishing: HB 1641
Required action districts, districts with a lowest-achieving school to be designated as, office of superintendent role in requirements and options: SSB 5329, * E2SSB 5329, CH 159 (2013)
Rule making by office, specific grant of legislative authority, requirement: HB 1163
Running start program, increasing enrollment of underrepresented students, establishing partnership pilot project, role of office of superintendent: SHB 1526, E2SHB 1526
School employees, certain annual training for, office of superintendent option to shift from every year to every fourth year: SB 5753
School safety advisory committee, role in designing emergency response systems for schools: * 2SSB 5197, CH 233 (2013)
Schools, performance incentive program, creating school recognition program: SB 5901, SSB 5901
Schools, performance incentive program, creating Washington school recognition program: SB 5328
Schools, public, developing model language access policy and procedure for adoption by districts, office of superintendent role: HB 1815, SHB 1815, 2SHB 1815
Schools, reform, implementing locally administered school reform program: SB 5901, SSB 5901
Schools, urban school turnaround initiative, extending to additional districts, role of office of superintendent: HB 2554
Section 504 plan, students with, provision of high school transition services, role of office of superintendent: HB 1735, SB 5671, SB 5706, SSB 5706
Sexual abuse and exploitation prevention training program, for school employees, office of superintendent development and implementation: HB 1869, SB 5563
Sexual harassment policy, annual training for school employees, office of superintendent option to shift from every year to every fourth year: SB 5753
Special education students, provision of high school transition services for, role of office of superintendent: SHB 1735
Special education students, provision of high school transition services, role of office of superintendent: SB 5958, SSB 5958, * 2SSB 5958, CH 47 (2014)
State superintendent school district, establishing: SB 5329
STEM AP master teacher pilot program, office of superintendent to create, requirements: SB 5852
STEM courses, career and technical education course equivalencies for science and math courses, office of superintendent role: HB 2540, SHB 2540, E2SHB 2540, SB 6044, SB 6552, SSB 6552, * E2SSB 6552, CH 217 (2014) PV
STEM courses, grant allocation by office of superintendent to high schools for implementing, expanding to include the arts (STEAM): SB 5909
STEM education innovation alliance, establishment to include interdisciplinary instruction and project-based learning, role of office of superintendent: HB 1872, SHB 1872, * E2SHB 1872, CH 25 (2013), SB 5755, SSB 5755
STEM facilities, specialized STEM facility grant program, office of superintendent to administer: SB 6081, ESSB 6081, SSB 6483
STEM literacy, learning opportunities and educational outcomes in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics: HB 1872, SHB 1872, * E2SHB 1872, CH 25 (2013), SB 5755, SSB 5755
STEM programs, aligning with community and technical college high-demand applied baccalaureate programs, role of office of superintendent: SB 5624, SSB 5624, * 2SSB 5624, CH 55 (2013)
Student achievement and outcomes, improving through multiple research-based intervention strategies, office of the superintendent role: SB 5330, SSB 5330, E2SSB 5330
Student achievement and outcomes, improving through multiple strategies, role of office of superintendent: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Student suspension and expulsion data, superintendent role in collection and disaggregation: SSB 5244, E2SSB 5244, SB 5245, SB 5301, SB 5901, SSB 5901, SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Student suspensions and expulsions, developing handbook and model policy for school districts: SB 5301
Students, homeless, strategies for improving educational outcomes for, office of the superintendent role: HB 2373, SHB 2373, SB 6074, * SSB 6074, CH 212 (2014)
Students, restraint or isolation of, reporting process for incidents of, office of superintendent role: HB 1688, * ESHB 1688, CH 202 (2013), SB 5569
Students, struggling, office of superintendent to contract with nonprofit community-based organization for evidence-based support services: SB 6535
Students, with individualized education program or section 504 plan, incident reporting process when restrained or isolated, office of superintendent role: * ESHB 1688, CH 202 (2013)
Summer expanded learning opportunities grant program, establishment, role of office of superintendent: HB 2317, SHB 2317, SB 6336
Superintendents and directors of districts, professional development program, role of office of superintendent: SB 5946
Teachers, attendance data for, to match student, course, and teacher, role of office of superintendent: SB 6153
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, professional learning days for, role of office of superintendent: SB 5959
Teachers, dates of assignments and reassignments, including with other data sent to office of superintendent: * HB 2575, CH 161 (2014)
Teachers, evaluation system, supporting by enhancing allocation formula for principals: HB 1067, SB 5038
Teachers, K-3, funding professional development learning opportunities in reading instruction for, role of office of superintendent: E2SSB 5237
Teachers, K-4, funding professional development learning opportunities in reading instruction for, role of office of superintendent: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Tests, common core standards, notifying parents or guardians: HB 1293, SHB 1293, SB 5366
Traffic safety education courses, repealing certain office of superintendent information requirements: SB 5753, ESSB 5753, SB 5901
Troubled youth partnerships, task force to identify practices, programs, and strategies, office of superintendent to convene: HB 1336, SB 5365
Urban school turnaround initiative grant, expenditure limitations for appropriations, office of superintendent expenditure agreement with school district: HB 1812, * SHB 1812, CH 147 (2013)
Washington school recognition program, office of superintendent role: SB 5328
Youth in need partnerships, task force to identify practices, programs, and strategies, office of superintendent to convene: * ESHB 1336, CH 197 (2013), SSB 5365
Youth suicide prevention activities, office of superintendent to assist schools, modifying duties and goals: SB 6431, * SSB 6431, CH 103 (2014)
PUBLIC LANDS  PUBLIC LANDS RSS Feed
               (See also FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT; NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT; OUTDOOR RECREATION; PARKS; PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION)
Abandoned and derelict vessels, adding to and revising removal program, vessel deconstruction, marina, and related provisions: HB 2457, SHB 2457, * 2SHB 2457, CH 195 (2014)
Abandoned and derelict vessels, reducing numbers through preventive measures and proactive removal: HB 1245, * ESHB 1245, CH 291 (2013), SB 5663, ESSB 5663
Aquatic lands, floatation devices used on, requiring that polystyrene foam be encapsulated: SB 5546
Aquatic lands, marine areas redevelopment and restoration projects, requirements for permit review and approval process eligibility: SB 5545
Aquatic lands, working waterfront redevelopment jobs act: SB 5545
Day-use permit, bulk sales at reduced rate in certain cases: SHB 1935
Day-use permit, failure to display properly, removing penalty reduction for: SB 6378
Day-use permit, failure to display properly, waiving of penalty by court: HB 2156
Day-use permit, making permit voluntary and modifying additional provisions: SB 6293
Day-use permit, modifying cost provisions: SHB 1935
Day-use permit, requiring for motor vehicle operation, exempting certain agency-managed roads: SHB 1935, SB 5289, SSB 5289, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Discover pass, bulk sales at reduced rate in certain cases: SHB 1935, SSB 5289, SSB 5653, SB 5897, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Discover pass, complimentary pass for certain veterans with disabilities: SB 5319
Discover pass, complimentary pass for department of fish and wildlife customers spending certain amount: HB 2199
Discover pass, complimentary, for spouses doing collective agency-sanctioned volunteer work: SHB 1935, ESB 5097
Discover pass, discount for certain veterans with disabilities: SB 5084, SSB 5084
Discover pass, discount when purchased with certain hunting and fishing licenses, etc.: SB 5289
Discover pass, failure to display properly, removing penalty reduction for: SB 6378
Discover pass, failure to display properly, waiving of penalty by court: HB 2156
Discover pass, making pass voluntary and modifying additional provisions: SB 6293
Discover pass, purchase option when applying for vehicle registration, procedures: SB 5266
Discover pass, requirements exemption for off-road vehicles with valid off-road vehicle decal: SSB 5391
Discover pass, requirements exemption for off-road vehicles with valid off-road vehicle permit: HB 1755, SB 5391
Discover pass, requiring for motor vehicle operation, exempting certain agency-managed roads: SHB 1935, SB 5289, SSB 5289, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Discover pass, to be required for operating motor vehicle on any recreation site or lands: SHB 1935, SB 5289, SSB 5289, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Federal land, transfer of title to public lands in state by U.S. government: HB 2268
Federal property, condemnation by state and sale for private forestry uses: HB 1111
Floating homes, classifying as water-dependent use: HB 2581
Floating houses, on aquatic land in harbor area for residential use, authorizing: SB 6185
Floating on-water residences, classifying as conforming preferred use: SB 6450
Floating on-water residences, classifying as conforming preferred use and water-dependent use: HB 2581
Floating on-water residences, classifying as conforming use: SHB 2581, * ESSB 6450, CH 56 (2014)
Habitat and recreation lands, acquisition by state: SB 5054, SSB 5054, SB 6052, ESSB 6052
Indian tribes, land owned exclusively by, to be considered as publicly owned real property exempt from property tax: EHB 1287, * ESHB 1287, CH 207 (2014), SB 6162, SSB 6162, 2SSB 6162
Lakes, with toxic algae blooms, allowing certain code cities to take action to address blooms in certain cases on state lands: ESB 5596
Management, by certain agencies, consideration of economic development opportunities: HB 1111
Natural resources law enforcement, increasing law enforcement presence on recreational lands managed by department of natural resources: SB 5906, SSB 5906
Natural resources law enforcement, merging department of natural resources officers with department of fish and wildlife enforcement: HB 1849
Parks and recreational land, county use of certain property tax levies for maintenance and operation, conditions: SB 6076, ESSB 6076
Recreation access, access to body of water by way of public land: HB 2342
Recreation access, ensuring no net loss of public recreational opportunities on lands managed by departments of fish and wildlife and natural resources: SB 5907
Recreation access, expanding definition of public recreational access: HB 2273
Recreation access, increasing law enforcement presence on recreational lands managed by department of natural resources: SB 5906, SSB 5906
Recreation access, maintaining or increasing for lands managed by department of natural resources: SSB 5906
Recreation access, private sector entities to manage state camping areas: SB 6293
Recreation access, prohibiting mandatory fee or permit for access or parking: SB 6293
Recreation and habitat lands, acquisition by state: SB 5054, SSB 5054, SB 6052, ESSB 6052
State lands, acquired by fish and wildlife commission, fish and wildlife department authority to manage: HB 1372
State lands, closed, access by Indian tribes with federally recognized hunting rights in spite of closure: HB 1495, SHB 1495
State lands, department of fish and wildlife-owned, leasing for grazing when near a wolf pack, conditions: SB 5300
State lands, disposition of, parks and recreation commission to provide written notice to certain municipal corporations: HB 1704
State lands, divestiture, sale of land not being used for forestry: HB 1111
State lands, occupied or under jurisdiction of state agency, modifying duties of agency chief administrative officer: HB 2516, SB 6212
State lands, unused department of transportation land, authority to transfer to Indian tribes: HB 1286
Timber on public land, credit against property taxes paid on, repealing: * SB 5806, CH 240 (2013)
Trails, accessible for recreational use, coordinated state-led effort: HB 2151, * ESHB 2151, CH 114 (2014)
Vehicle access pass, failure to display properly, removing penalty reduction for: SB 6378
Vehicle access pass, failure to display properly, waiving of penalty by court: HB 2156
Vehicle access pass, requiring for motor vehicle operation, exempting certain agency-managed roads: SHB 1935, SB 5289, SSB 5289, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Vehicle access pass, use for department of natural resources recreation sites access: SB 5080
Veterans with disabilities, complimentary discover pass: SB 5319
Veterans with disabilities, discover pass discount: SB 5084, SSB 5084
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Adaptive management program at department of natural resources, institute to study and make recommendations: HB 2747, SB 6478, ESSB 6478
Behavioral health services, institute to prepare inventory of evidence- and research-based and promising prevention and intervention strategies: SHB 1522, E2SHB 1522, SSB 5732, * 2SSB 5732, CH 338 (2013)
Child welfare safety assessment tool, institute to conduct empirical study: SB 5281, SSB 5281
County employees, salary and wage payments by electronic methods, institute to study: EHB 2442
Early childhood education and assistance program, institute to conduct comprehensive retrospective outcome evaluation and return on investment analysis of program: * SB 5904, CH 16 (2013)
Education, investments in, systematic reviews and reporting by institute: SB 6555
Fiscal analysis, convening work group concerning establishment of nonpartisan fiscal analysis agency: HB 2252, SB 5638
Fiscal notes, dealing with corrections, child welfare, and mental health issues, to include fiscal impacts on other program expenditures: HB 2252, SB 5638
Homeless youth population, institute to identify characteristics of: HB 2610, SHB 2610
Jail register data, to available to institute for research purposes: SB 6094, SSB 6094
Juvenile firearms crimes, evidence- and research-based interventions, institute to study data regarding: SHB 1096
K-12 instruction, evidence- and research-based practices, activities, and programs, institute to prepare initial inventory: SB 5901, SSB 5901
K-12 instruction, research proven practices and programs, institute to compile cost-benefit analysis and list: SB 5901, SSB 5901
Learning assistance program, institute to prepare inventory of evidence- and research-based programs and practices for schools to use: SB 5330, SSB 5330, E2SSB 5330
Math, science, and special education bonus program for teachers, institute to examine: SB 5278
Minorities, institute to study initiative 200's impact on minorities in higher education and contracting: SB 6556
School days, how districts use, institute to analyze: SB 6064, SSB 6064
Vacation leave, paid, institute to study impact of: HB 2238
PUBLIC RECORDS  (See CAMPAIGNS; PUBLIC DISCLOSURE COMMISSION; RECORDS)
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Recommendations of committee, implementation: HB 1297, HB 1298, SHB 1298, HB 1299, HB 2764, SB 5169, SSB 5169, SB 5170, SB 5171
PUBLIC SAFETY EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM (PSERS)  (See RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
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Agency council on coordinated transportation, creation: HB 1814, SHB 1814
Comprehensive plans, encouraging development along transit lines and at major transit stations: HB 2804
Hearings board, expedited de novo hearings, request by regional transit authority and conduct by board: HB 1794
High capacity transportation corridor areas, repealing provisions authorizing creation of areas and granting bond issuance authority: SB 5088
High capacity transportation corridor areas, transit agencies eligible to create, limiting: SSB 5088
High capacity transportation systems, tax revenue increases, placing before eligible voters: SB 5088
High capacity transportation systems, voter approval requirement for system and financing plans: SB 5085
Light rail, rejecting replacement design alternatives for I-5 bridge over Columbia river that include light rail: HB 2025, SB 5090
Public transportation benefit areas, certain legislators to be ex officio voting members of governing board: SB 6119
Public transportation benefit areas, establishment of passenger-only ferry service districts by, including revenue sources and related authority: ESHB 1954
Public transportation benefit areas, governing body membership and voting requirements for imposition of local sales and use taxes: HB 1865
Public transportation benefit areas, imposing local motor vehicle excise tax, conditions: HB 1953, HB 1954, SB 5773
Public transportation benefit areas, imposing local sales and use tax, conditions: SHB 1953, SSB 5773, SB 6577
Public transportation benefit areas, imposition of local sales and use tax by legislative body: ESHB 1954, SB 6577
Public transportation zones, enhanced, imposition of local sales and use tax by legislative entity after establishing zone: HB 1954, ESHB 1954, SB 5920
Public transportation zones, enhanced, imposition of local sales tax by legislative entity after establishing zone: HB 1898, SHB 1898, SB 5793
Rail service, passenger, within Cascade rail corridor, agreements concerning: HB 2781
Regional transit authorities, board membership, revising and expanding provisions: HB 1877
Regional transit authorities, facility construction, parking impact mitigation requirements: HB 2783, SB 6489
Regional transit authorities, fare enforcement, authorizing standard citation form: HB 2111, SB 5961
Regional transit authorities, fare enforcement, infraction notice for lack of payment proof: * ESHB 2111, CH 153 (2014)
Regional transit authorities, including representative as member on capital projects advisory review board: HB 1210, SHB 1210, 2SHB 1210, SB 5184, SSB 5184
Regional transit authorities, shoreline development permit for transit facility, requesting expedited de novo hearing for appeal: HB 1794
Regional transit authorities, surplus real property, selling or leasing for affordable low-income housing: HB 1563, SHB 1563, E2SHB 1563, SB 5598, SSB 5598
Revenue for local transit, developing funding programs and imposing various taxes to support public transportation systems: HB 2563, SB 6494
State agency employees, payroll transit fee deductions, authorizing pretax payment, conditions: HB 1456, * SHB 1456, CH 124 (2013)
Vanpool programs for agricultural workers, allowing certain transit providers to provide: HB 2604, SHB 2604
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT AREAS  (See PUBLIC TRANSIT)
PUBLIC UTILITIES  (See UTILITIES)
PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICTS  (See UTILITIES)
PUBLIC UTILITY TAX  (See TAXES - PUBLIC UTILITY TAX)
PUBLIC WATER SYSTEMS  (See WATER)
PUBLIC WORKS  PUBLIC WORKS RSS Feed
               (See also ART AND ARTWORKS; FERRIES; ROADS AND HIGHWAYS; TRANSPORTATION)
Alternative public works contracting procedures, design-build finalists, disclosure of proposals submitted by: * HB 2555, CH 19 (2014)
Alternative public works contracting procedures, heavy civil construction projects: * HB 2208, CH 42 (2014), SB 6428
Alternative public works contracting procedures, performance goals and validation requirements: SB 6455
Alternative public works contracting procedures, program expiration: HB 1210, SHB 1210, * HB 1768, CH 186 (2013), SB 5184
Alternative public works contracting procedures, revising provisions and extending program expiration: HB 1466, * SHB 1466, CH 222 (2013), SSB 5184, SB 5349
Apprentice utilization, requirements for subsidized public works: HB 1023, SHB 1023, SB 5393
Apprentice utilization, requirements, modifying certain provisions: HB 2526, SHB 2526
Apprentice utilization, when contract parties receive certain tax preferences: HB 1023, SHB 1023, SB 5393
Artworks for public buildings, eliminating construction appropriations artwork purchase requirement: SB 5018
Assistance, encouraging low-cost alternatives to traditional construction techniques: SB 5313
Bidding, competitive, state agency authorization to conduct electronically: HB 1841, * SHB 1841, CH 151 (2014)
Bidding, lowest responsible bidder determinations, decreasing bid amount in connection with apprenticeship utilization: HB 2526
Code cities, having city employees perform projects, conditions: EHB 2618
Community redevelopment financing, levying property tax in apportionment districts: HB 1967, HB 2349, HJR 4210, HJR 4214
Contracting, modifying certain provisions related to apprentice utilization and prevailing wage: SB 6186, SSB 6186
Contracting, state agency authorization to conduct electronically: HB 1841, * SHB 1841, CH 151 (2014)
Contractor's bond, water-sewer district authority to determine, limitations: HB 1241, * SB 5186, CH 28 (2013)
Contractors, constructions services payments to, reporting requirements and relation of violations to future public works contracts: EHB 1473
Documents, competitive design build contract solicitation, exemption from public inspection and copying: SSB 6454
Documents, competitive solicitation, exemption from public inspection and copying: HB 2578, SHB 2578, SB 6454
Heavy civil construction projects, alternative public works contracting procedures: * HB 2208, CH 42 (2014), SB 6428
Higher education institutions, major capital construction projects, raising threshold for predesign requirements: HB 1769, ESHB 1769, SB 5780
Higher education institutions, minor works projects, raising threshold: HB 1769, ESHB 1769, SB 5780
Job order contracting, use by certain water-sewer districts, authorization: HB 1240, SB 5309
Job order contracting, use by department of transportation for administration of certain building projects: * HB 1768, CH 186 (2013)
Local public infrastructure, project backlog, resource investment and priority policy objectives: HB 1484, SHB 1484, E2SHB 1484
Payroll records, certified, contractors and subcontractors to submit before disbursement of public funds: HB 2331, SHB 2331, SB 5621
Payroll records, certified, pilot project for collection of, to include contracting out for labor compliance software: SB 5823
Prevailing wages, exemption for local governments opting out: HB 2299
Prevailing wages, exemption from paying, certain filings no longer required when exempt: HB 1254
Prevailing wages, exemption from paying, prohibiting charging of fee when affidavit of wages paid is filed: * SHB 1254, CH 148 (2014)
Prevailing wages, exemption, public works performed by nonprofit organizations: SB 6525
Prevailing wages, exemption, school plant facilities receiving funding through school construction assistance program: HB 1255
Prevailing wages, provisions of employee fair classification act: HB 1440, SHB 1440, 2SHB 1440, HB 2334, SB 5526
Prevailing wages, public works, basing on collective bargaining agreements or other methods: HB 2527
Prevailing wages, public works, basing on nonpublic works data: HB 2209
Prevailing wages, public works, determinations of prevailing wage rates, revising procedures and requirements: HB 1672, SB 5685
Prevailing wages, public works, excluding independent contractors from definition of employee, conditions: HB 2258
Prevailing wages, public works, exempting certain workers who deliver materials from requirements: ESSB 5684
Prevailing wages, public works, exemption for rural school districts: SB 5508, SSB 5508
Prevailing wages, public works, exemption for wildfire damage repair projects in certain cases: HB 1249, SB 5619
Prevailing wages, public works, exemption from requirements for certain distressed counties: SB 5727, SSB 5727