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PARAEDUCATORS  (See SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS)
PARENTS AND PARENTING  (See DOMESTIC RELATIONS)
PARKING  PARKING RSS Feed
               
Commercial parking businesses, parking charges imposed by, conditions: EHB 1443
Commercial parking businesses, passenger-only ferry district parking tax on: HB 1221, SHB 1221, HB 1300, SB 5242, SB 5358, SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Electric vehicle charging stations, private use on private property not parking infraction: HB 2330
Mitigation of impact on parking of regional transit authority transportation facilities: HB 1751, SB 5343, ESSB 5343
Nonresidential parking facilities, local legislative authority imposition of tax on provision of: HB 2186
Students, fees for parking, school district authority: HB 1142
Water bodies, access to, small public land parcel parking requirements: HB 1056
PARKS  PARKS RSS Feed
               (See also DISCOVER PASS)
Firearms in public parks, local jurisdiction regulation of: HB 2460, SB 6351
Parks and recreational land, acquired through conservation futures program, maintenance and operations funds: HB 2079, SB 5614
State, access without discover pass, vehicle access pass, or day-use permit, when: HB 1741, SHB 1741
State, authorizing hunting in certain state parks for feasibility pilot project: SHB 1346
State, authorizing hunting in certain state parks, conditions: HB 1346
State, concessions in, concessionaire requirements and procedures: SHB 2667
State, free access days at, to coincide with local community events: HB 1833, SHB 1833, 2SHB 1833
State, funding through increased penalties for littering: HB 1160, SHB 1160
State, lifetime veteran's disability pass, extending to nonresidents: HB 2710
State, rangers within, limited enforcement authority of: HB 2765, * SHB 2765, CH 185 (2016)
State, Saint Edward state park, parks and recreation commission leasing of: * E2SHB 2667, CH 103 (2016)
Tribal law enforcement agencies, state parks civil infractions enforcement, when: * SHB 2765, CH 185 (2016)
PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION  PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION RSS Feed
               (See also DISCOVER PASS; PARKS; PUBLIC LANDS)
Administrative processes, certain unanimous or majority vote requirements: HB 2667, SHB 2667, * E2SHB 2667, CH 103 (2016), SB 6377, SSB 6377
Hunting in certain state parks, commission authorization for feasibility pilot project: SHB 1346
Hunting in certain state parks, commission authorizing of, conditions: HB 1346
Land acquisition, by commission, prohibiting until education fully funded: HB 2215
Land acquisition, from nonprofit nature conservancy, funds application requirements: SB 6392
Land acquisition, same-county commission land sale requirement for: HB 2092, SB 5872
Lands, commission-purchased, water rights inventory and transfer: SB 5016
Leases of property by commission, increasing maximum length: HB 2667, SHB 2667
Outdoor education and recreation grant program, prioritizing programs utilizing veterans, commission role: SB 5843, * ESSB 5843, CH 245 (2015)
State parks, commission members and rangers limited enforcement authority: HB 2765, * SHB 2765, CH 185 (2016)
State parks, concessions in, concessionaire requirements and commission procedures: SHB 2667
State parks, Saint Edward state park, commission leasing of: * E2SHB 2667, CH 103 (2016)
State parks, Saint Edward, seminary building public or nonprofit use feasibility study: * E2SHB 2667, CH 103 (2016)
Trespass, notice against, "posting in a conspicuous manner," commission role: * SSB 6117 (2016) V
Tribal law enforcement agencies, civil infractions enforcement, when: * SHB 2765, CH 185 (2016)
PARTIES, POLITICAL  (See CAMPAIGNS; ELECTIONS)
PARTNERSHIPS  PARTNERSHIPS RSS Feed
               (See also BUSINESSES; CORPORATIONS; LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES)
General and limited liability partnerships, revisions to statutory provisions: * SB 5387, CH 176 (2015)
Marijuana, licensing of businesses, requirements when business entity: SHB 2364, 2SHB 2364
Marijuana, licensing of businesses, requirements when partnership: HB 2364
Noncompetition agreements, voiding, exceptions: HB 1926
Revised uniform partnership act, revisions: * SB 5387, CH 176 (2015)
Uniform business organizations code--general provisions, creating: * SB 5387, CH 176 (2015)
Uniform limited partnership act, revisions: * SB 5387, CH 176 (2015)
Uniform partnership act, revised, revisions to: * SB 5387, CH 176 (2015)
Vessels, permits for nonresident limited partnerships, including sales and use tax exemption eligibility: HB 1681, SB 5878, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
PATENTS  (See BUSINESSES)
PEACE OFFICERS  (See LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS)
PEDESTRIANS  (See TRAFFIC)
PERFORMING ARTS AND PERFORMANCE FACILITIES  PERFORMING ARTS AND PERFORMANCE FACILITIES RSS Feed
               
Amphitheaters, rural, emergency medical services admission surcharge: HB 1009, SHB 1009, 2SHB 1009, SB 5000, SSB 5000
Capitol theater in Yakima, CEO Steve Caffery, honoring: * HR 4618 (2015)
Cultural access programs, creation: HB 1107, SHB 1107, 2SHB 1107, HB 2247, HB 2263, * ESHB 2263, CH 24 (2015), SB 5463, SSB 5463
Cultural resources and art, as components of state environmental policy: HB 2972, SB 6646
Higher education facilities, public high school use, when: HB 1834
Symphony musicians, collective bargaining agreements, digital copy submission: ESB 5854
Symphony musicians, collective bargaining to be considered as open public meetings: HB 2829, SB 6126, SSB 6126
Symphony musicians, collective bargaining to be open public meetings: HB 2490, SSB 5329
Ticket sellers, internet web sites of, selling software to interfere with: HB 2699
Ticket sellers, internet web sites of, using or selling software to interfere with: * EHB 1091, CH 129 (2015)
Ticket sellers, internet web sites of, using software to interfere with: SB 5456
PERSONAL PROPERTY  PERSONAL PROPERTY RSS Feed
               
Auctions, via electronic media, including internet and electronic payment: HB 1799, * SB 5768, CH 95 (2015)
Confiscation of personal property by government during disaster or emergency, prohibiting: HB 2974
Crimes against property, sentencing, habitual property offender special allegation: SB 5503, SB 6641
Crimes against property, sentencing, reducing offenses through modifications to: HB 1885, SHB 1885, 2SHB 1885, HB 2270, SHB 2270, SB 5755, SSB 5755, 2SSB 5755, SB 6143, SB 6641
Defending property, using defensive or even deadly force, when: HB 1324
Defending property, when force is appropriate, criminal and civil immunity: HB 2712, SB 6487
Exchange facilitators and facilitator companies, regulation of: HB 2916
Farm activities, property used in, removing farm location restriction for tax exemptions: HB 2571
Forfeiture of personal property, guilty finding for felony offense, requiring: HB 1520
Law enforcement equipment, agency acquisition from department of defense through 1033 or other program, requirements: HB 2203
Moving personal property, local rural mover license, creating: SB 5669
Tenants, deceased, landlord disposition of property in leased premises: HB 1574, SB 5538, * SSB 5538, CH 264 (2015)
Theft of rental, leased, lease-purchased, or loaned property, adding holding of property beyond rental period to crime: SB 6007, SSB 6007
Unclaimed property, administration of laws governing, improvements: HB 1551, SHB 1551, SB 5543, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Unclaimed property, applications for, deadline for processing: HB 2792
PEST CONTROL AND PESTICIDES  PEST CONTROL AND PESTICIDES RSS Feed
               (See also WEEDS)
Applications, notice and reporting requirements and fines for violations: HB 2392, SB 6507
Aquatic invasive species, dreissenids (quagga and zebra mussels) prevention, requesting action by Congress: * SJM 8013 (2015)
Human exposure to pesticides, investigation of, including roles of certain agencies: HB 2751
Licensees, recertification waiver, revising comparable standards for: HB 1527, * SHB 1527, CH 184 (2015), SB 5601, SSB 5601
School facilities, integrated pest management program emphasizing nonchemical measures: SB 6002
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS TAX  (See TAXES - PETROLEUM PRODUCTS)
PHARMACIES AND PHARMACISTS  PHARMACIES AND PHARMACISTS RSS Feed
               (See also DRUGS)
Ambulance and aid services, drugs for use by, hospital pharmacy dispensing of: HB 1625, * SHB 1625, CH 255 (2015)
Assistants, registration and disciplining of: HB 1719, * SB 5549, CH 4 (2016) V
Biological products, interchangeable, prescribing and dispensing: HB 1675, HB 1679, * ESB 5935, CH 242 (2015)
Contraception, oral and patches, pharmacists prescribing and dispensing: SB 6467
Contraception, oral, rings, and patches, pharmacists prescribing and dispensing: SSB 6467
Contraception, pharmacists initiating or modifying drug therapy, sticker or sign to identify, developing: * 2SHB 2681, CH 132 (2016)
Contraception, self-administered hormonal, pharmacists initiating and modifying through agreements, when: SHB 2681
Contraception, self-administered hormonal, pharmacists prescribing and dispensing, when: HB 2681
Drugs, pharmacy chain of supply for, studying: * 5ESSB 5857, CH 210 (2016)
EPI pens/epinephrine autoinjectors, dispensing by pharmacists: HB 1528, SHB 1528, SB 5291
Expired prescriptions, pharmacist authority to dispense drug in spite of, when: HB 2725, SHB 2725
Eye drops, for treating glaucoma, early refill of prescription: SB 5268
Eye drops, topical ophthalmic products, early refill of prescription: * SSB 5268, CH 85 (2015)
Health care services performed by pharmacists, prohibiting health plan denial of benefits, when: SB 5557, * ESSB 5557, CH 237 (2015)
Health care, services performed by pharmacists, advisory committee concerning health plan coverage for: * ESSB 5557, CH 237 (2015)
Hospital pharmacy licenses, to include hospital's practitioner offices and multipractitioner clinics: SB 6558, * SSB 6558, CH 118 (2016)
Opioid overdose medications, pharmacist dispensing requirements: HB 1671, * ESHB 1671, CH 205 (2015)
Pharmacies, continuous quality improvement program, each pharmacy to establish: SB 5821
Pharmacists, primary place of practice, supplying information at time of license renewal: SB 6036, SSB 6036
Pharmacy benefit managers, registration and regulation of: SB 5857, * 5ESSB 5857, CH 210 (2016)
Pharmacy benefit managers, repealing chapter concerning: HB 2445, SB 6447
Pharmacy students, practicing pharmacy as volunteer, when: HB 1369, SHB 1369
Practice of pharmacy, updating provisions: SB 5821, SB 5822
Prepackaged medications for emergency room patients, authorizing: SB 5460, * ESSB 5460, CH 234 (2015)
Prescription drugs, dispensing for long-term care or hospice: SB 6203, * ESSB 6203, CH 148 (2016)
Prescription drugs, state agency purchasing and reimbursement guidelines, adopting: SB 6593
Suicide assessment and treatment training for pharmacists, requirements: HB 2793, SHB 2793, * E2SHB 2793, CH 90 (2016) PV, SB 6603
PHARMACY QUALITY ASSURANCE COMMISSION  (See HEALTH, DEPARTMENT; PHARMACIES AND PHARMACISTS)
PHYSICAL THERAPY  (See HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS)
PHYSICIANS  (See HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS)
PILOTAGE COMMISSIONERS, BOARD  PILOTAGE COMMISSIONERS, BOARD RSS Feed
               
Oil, transport by tankers, spill prevention and response activities, board role: HB 1449, * ESHB 1449, CH 274 (2015), SB 5087, SB 6418
Performance audit of board, joint legislative audit and review committee to conduct: SB 6124
Reporting, to governor and transportation committees, modifying requirements: SB 6124
PLATS  (See SUBDIVISIONS)
PLUMBERS AND PLUMBING  PLUMBERS AND PLUMBING RSS Feed
               (See also BUILDING CODES AND PERMITS)
Advisory board of plumbers, state, membership, modifying: SB 6278
Plumbers, certificate of competency, application for variance affecting, when: HB 1315
Plumbers, infractions, penalty amount: SB 6278
POLICE  (See LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS)
POLITICAL PARTIES  (See CAMPAIGNS; ELECTIONS)
POLLUTION  (See AIR QUALITY AND POLLUTION)
POLLUTION CONTROL HEARINGS BOARD  POLLUTION CONTROL HEARINGS BOARD RSS Feed
               
Architectural paint recovery program, appeals from penalties to board: HB 1571, ESHB 1571, SB 5926, SB 6142
Chemicals, highly toxic, decisions regarding restrictions or penalties, board jurisdiction: HB 1472, SHB 1472, E2SHB 1472, SB 5406, SB 6131, SSB 6131
Environmental statutes, various involving department of ecology and the board, updating: HB 2486, SHB 2486, SB 6257
Turf, synthetic turf fields, safety concerns and procedures, violations and penalties: HB 2547
POLLUTION LIABILITY INSURANCE AGENCY  POLLUTION LIABILITY INSURANCE AGENCY RSS Feed
               
Petroleum, underground storage tanks, revolving loan and grant program, agency to establish: HB 2357, * SHB 2357, CH 161 (2016), SB 6187, SSB 6187, 2SSB 6187
PORT DISTRICTS  PORT DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               
Administration, granting further powers to districts: HB 1170
Dissolution, hearing on petition for, publication of notice of, by whom: HB 2405, * SHB 2405, CH 93 (2016), SB 5658
Employment laws and contracts, local, to apply equally to unionized and nonunionized employers, when: HB 1934, SB 5332
Levies, industrial development district levies, increasing flexibility for: HB 1337, * SHB 1337, CH 135 (2015), SB 5413, SSB 5413
Minimum wage rate, local, to apply equally to unionized and nonunionized employers, when: HB 2489
Officers and employees, per diem rates, adjusting: HB 1529, * SB 5337, CH 29 (2015)
Port development authority, creation by one or two port districts: * ESHB 1170, CH 35 (2015)
Regulation of wages, hours, employee retention, and leave, port district prohibition and county authority for: SB 6578
Regulation of wages, hours, employee retention, scheduling, and leave, port district prohibition and county authority for: SSB 6578
Wages and hours, state preemption and occupation of field of, provisions: HB 2491
Worker development and training programs, modifying provisions: HB 2618
POULTRY  (See AGRICULTURE)
POWER OF ATTORNEY  (See ESTATES, TRUSTS, AND PROBATE; MENTAL HEALTH)
PRESCRIPTIONS AND PRESCRIPTION DRUGS  (See DRUGS; PHARMACIES AND PHARMACISTS)
PREVAILING WAGES  (See PUBLIC WORKS)
PRISONS AND PRISONERS  PRISONS AND PRISONERS RSS Feed
               (See also CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT)
Cameras, body worn, legislative task force on law enforcement and corrections agency use of: * EHB 2362, CH 163 (2016)
Corrections ombuds, office of, creating and supporting with ombuds advisory council: HB 2817, SB 6154, SSB 6154
Corrections ombuds, office of, creating in office of governor: HB 2005, SB 5505
Employees, assaulted by offenders, injury reimbursement period: SB 6286, * SSB 6286, CH 8 (2016)
Employees, assaulted by offenders, reimbursement for injuries, period of: HB 2507
Firearms, transfers involving corrections officers, background check exemption, when: SB 5615
Forensic phlebotomists, when correctional facility employees, venipuncture training program for: SB 5066, SSB 5066
Inmates, health care at hospitals, accompanying and payment of hospital for: SB 5593, * SSB 5593, CH 267 (2015)
Inmates, health care at hospitals, payment of hospital for: SB 6023, SB 6322, SSB 6322, 2SSB 6322
Inmates, medical expenses of, outside-source money for, exempting from required deductions: HB 1744, SHB 1744, * SB 5650, CH 238 (2015)
Inmates, post-secondary education programs, modifying provisions to increase opportunities: HB 1704, HB 2619, SB 5354, SB 6260
Inmates, prohibiting marijuana or alcohol while incarcerated, impact on earned early release: HB 2900
Inmates, prohibiting marijuana, alcohol, or cell phone while incarcerated: * SHB 2900, CH 199 (2016) PV
Medical assistance, benefits suspension when incarcerated: HB 2850, SB 6430
Medical assistance, benefits suspension when incarcerated or committed: * SSB 6430, CH 154 (2016)
Nursing care for offender populations, PSERS membership for providers, when: HB 1718, SHB 1718, SB 5703
Recordings, video or sound, access by individuals interacting with corrections officers: HB 1917, SHB 1917, * EHB 2362, CH 163 (2016)
Unmanned aerial vehicles, dangerous drone operations near correctional facilities, prohibiting: SB 6437, SSB 6437
PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS  (See PROFESSIONS)
PROBATE  (See ESTATES, TRUSTS, AND PROBATE)
PROCEEDINGS AND ACTIONS  (See ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS)
PROCUREMENT, STATE  (See STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS)
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR STANDARDS BOARD  PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR STANDARDS BOARD RSS Feed
               (See also SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS)
Computer science, K-12 teacher endorsement standards, board to develop: HB 1813, * SHB 1813, CH 3 (2015)
Educator preparation programs, data from, board state educational authority in connection with: HB 1771, SB 5497
Higher education adjunct faculty, certification as common schools substitute teachers, board role: SB 5941
School counselors, psychologists, and social workers, task force on, board to convene: SHB 2381
Teacher preparation programs, underrepresented groups recruitment specialists: SHB 2573, E2SHB 2573, HB 2881, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teacher preparation programs, using Since Time Immemorial tribal history and culture curriculum in: SB 6189
Teachers, certification, alternative route programs, awareness campaign and preparation programs expansion, board role: HB 2382, SHB 2382, HB 2881
Teachers, certification, alternative route programs, district-higher education partnerships, board role: E2SHB 2573, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teachers, certification, alternative route programs, replacing specific routes with outcomes-based policies: EHB 1770, SB 5496
Teachers, certification, expedited process for out-of-state teachers, conditions: HB 2573, E2SHB 2573, HB 2921, SB 6332, SB 6455, SSB 6455, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teachers, dual language teacher pipeline scholarship program, creating, board role: HB 1783, SHB 1783, SB 5675, SSB 5675
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS, STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR  PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS, STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR RSS Feed
               
Engineers, fundamentals of engineering examination, waiver, when: SB 5910
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CORPORATIONS  (See CORPORATIONS)
PROFESSIONS  PROFESSIONS RSS Feed
               (See also CONTRACTORS; GEOLOGY AND GEOLOGISTS; HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS; INSURANCE; LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS; MORTGAGES AND MORTGAGE BROKERS; REAL ESTATE AND REAL PROPERTY)
Animal massage, replacing certification with Washington effective licensing port registration: HB 2622
Architects, landscape, replacing licensure with Washington effective licensing port registration: HB 2622
Athlete agents, uniform athlete agents act, amending: SB 6281, * SSB 6281, CH 13 (2016) V
Athletes, professional, fines and penalties paid by, donation to charitable organizations: HB 1877
Auctioneers, replacing licensure with Washington effective licensing port registration: HB 2622
Barbers, noncompetition agreements, voiding: HB 2406
Boxing announcers, replacing licensure with Washington effective licensing port registration: HB 2622
Cosmetologists, noncompetition agreements, voiding: HB 2406
Court reporters, certified, use in courts of record: * SHB 1111, CH 74 (2016)
Debt adjusters, various provisions: HB 1283, * SHB 1283, CH 167 (2015), HB 1488, HB 1489, HB 1490, SB 5485, SSB 5485
Debt managers, regulating: HB 1489
Debt settlement services, licensure of providers: ESSB 5321
Debt settlement services, registration of providers: HB 1398, SB 5321
Dispatch operators, classifying as uniformed personnel for arbitration purposes: HB 1122
Drywall applicators, noncompetition agreements, voiding: HB 2406
Engineers, fundamentals of engineering examination, waiver, when: SB 5910
Estheticians, noncompetition agreements, voiding: HB 2406
Exchange facilitators, regulation of: HB 2916
Fire sprinkler system contractors, credentialing: HB 1291
Fishing guides, food and game fish guide and salmon and nonsalmon charter boat operator combination license, creating: * SSB 5824, CH 97 (2015) PV
Fishing guides, food and game, replacing licensure with Washington effective licensing port registration: HB 2622
Fishing guides, food or game fish or chartering, licensing requirements and violations: SB 5824, * SSB 5824, CH 97 (2015) PV
Fishing guides, unlawfully engaging in fishing guide activity: HB 1341, * SB 5464, CH 90 (2015)
Hair design and designers, licensing and regulation: HB 1063, * SHB 1063, CH 62 (2015)
Hair design and designers, noncompetition agreements, voiding: HB 2406
Income share agreements, with higher education students, originator regulation and licensing: HB 1923, SHB 1923
Interpreters, educational, sign language and sign system requirements: HB 2324
Interpreters, for special needs students' parent or guardian, when: HB 2409, SHB 2409
Interpreters, spoken language services, model for agency purchasing from language access providers: HB 1780, SHB 1780, SB 5664
Janitors, commercial, work tasks safety and health risks, studying: HB 2917
Landscape architects, replacing licensure with Washington effective licensing port registration: HB 2622
Language access providers, collective bargaining unit representatives periodic certification elections: HB 1953, HB 2490, SB 6410, SSB 6410
Language access providers, personal information, records disclosure exemption for: SB 6542
Legal service contractors and plans, regulation of: HB 1177, SB 5412
Letter carriers, letter carriers' "stamp out hunger" food drive day, supporting: * HR 4627 (2015), * HR 4676 (2016), * SR 8629 (2015), * SR 8723 (2016)
Licenses, professional, restriction or suspension by issuing agency due to child support order noncompliance: HB 2913
Licensing and certification, replacing with Washington effective licensing port, when: HB 2622
Lumber grading, native, training program and licensing for: HB 1153
Maintaining, repairing, and gardening, certain persons hired via digital platform for, entity administering platform not "employer" for industrial insurance: SSB 6289
Manicurists, noncompetition agreements, voiding: HB 2406
Manicurists, replacing licensure with Washington effective licensing port registration: HB 2622
Movers, local rural license, creating: SB 5669
Musicians, noncompetition agreements, voiding: HB 2406
Opportunity, certificates of restoration of, comprehensive provisions: HB 1553, * 2ESHB 1553, CH 81 (2016)
Pawnbrokers, fees and interest rates: HB 1176, * ESB 5616, CH 294 (2015)
Private investigators, regulations, exempting certified public accountants from: * HB 1263, CH 105 (2015)
Process servers, legal, assault in third degree to include assault of: SB 5521
Process servers, legal, social security numbers of, disclosure exemption: * HB 1962, CH 56 (2015)
Process servers, legal, social security numbers of, disclosure prohibitions: ESB 5523
Scribes, hiring by medical practices, B&O tax credit for: HB 1638
Security guards, private, firearm transfers, background check exemption: HB 1506, SB 5579, SSB 5579
Security guards, private, licensing of, fingerprint background checks: HB 1336, SB 5592
Servants, domestic, hired via digital platform, entity administering platform not "employer" for industrial insurance: SSB 6289
Servants, domestic, industrial insurance coverage exemption when hired via digital platform: HB 2922, SB 6289
Snowmobile/off-road dealers, replacing licensure with Washington effective licensing port registration: HB 2622
Timber harvesters, timber-felling equipment used by, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2251
Transcriptionists, authorized, use in courts of record: HB 1111, * SHB 1111, CH 74 (2016)
Travel agents, preferential B&O tax rate, eliminating: HB 2224, HB 2996
Whitewater river outfitters, replacing licensure with Washington effective licensing port registration: HB 2622
PROPERTY TAX  (See TAXES - PROPERTY TAX)
PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS  (See ATTORNEYS)
PROSTITUTION  (See SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS)
PROTECTION ORDERS  (See ORDERS OF COURT)
PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHIATRISTS  PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHIATRISTS RSS Feed
               
Advanced registered nurse practitioners, psychiatric, increasing use at state hospitals: SB 6656
Antipsychotic medications, children in foster care, second opinion review by psychiatric expert, requiring: * SHB 1879, CH 283 (2015), HB 1932, SHB 1932
Aversive mental health therapies, performing on patients under 18, prohibitions: SB 5870, SSB 5870
Beds, psychiatric, including psychiatric boarding, provisions: * EHB 2212, CH 22 (2015), SB 6086
Integrated care psychiatry, residency program in, funding slots with hospital safety net assessment: * 2EHB 2151, CH 5 (2015)
Integrated care psychiatry, training program in, developing and operating: SB 5947, SSB 5947, 2SSB 5947
Physician assistants, involuntary detention petitions and mental health services: * SSB 6445, CH 155 (2016)
Physician assistants, treatment order petitions and medication services role: SB 6445
Psychiatry, primary care psychiatric consultation services: HB 1140
Sexual orientation change efforts, on patients under 18, prohibitions: HB 1972, SB 5870, SSB 5870
Telemedicine, as audio-only consultation with other providers, PEBB plans and medicaid reimbursement for: HB 2927
PSYCHOLOGISTS  PSYCHOLOGISTS RSS Feed
               
Aversive mental health therapies, performing on patients under 18, prohibitions: SB 5870, SSB 5870
Chemical dependency professionals, mental health and chemical dependency dual licensure: SB 6485
License renewal, primary place of practice, supplying information at time of: SSB 6036
School psychologists, legislative task force on school counselors, psychologists, and social workers: HB 2381
School psychologists, professional development concerning student distress: HB 1862
School psychologists, role in meeting unmet student mental health needs, defining: HB 1900, SHB 1900, 2SHB 1900
School psychologists, task force on school counselors, psychologists, and social workers: SHB 2381
Sexual orientation change efforts, on patients under 18, prohibitions: HB 1972, SB 5870, SSB 5870
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE  PUBLIC ASSISTANCE RSS Feed
               (See also DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, PERSONS WITH; FOSTER CARE; LONG-TERM CARE; MENTAL HEALTH; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES)
Cash assistance, temporary assistance for needy families, state residency requirements for benefits: HB 1372
Child welfare services, behavioral rehabilitation services, governor's advisory committee on vendor rates, creating: HB 2095, SB 5852, SSB 5852
Child welfare services, behavioral rehabilitation services, reimbursement rates for: HB 2095, SB 5852, SSB 5852
Child welfare services, demonstration sites and performance-based contracts effects review, extending expirations: * EHB 2749, CH 184 (2016)
Child welfare services, demonstration sites for performance-based contracts, extending expirations: SB 6382, SSB 6382
Child welfare services, homeless youth, crisis residential centers and HOPE centers for: HB 1436, SHB 1436, 2SHB 1436, SB 5404, SSB 5404, * 2SSB 5404, CH 69 (2015)
Child welfare services, homeless youth, in crisis residential centers and HOPE centers, records disclosure: HB 2834, ESHB 2834
Child welfare services, near fatality, review of: SB 5888, SSB 5888, * 2SSB 5888, CH 298 (2015)
Child welfare services, truant youth, crisis residential and HOPE centers for: HB 2449, SHB 2449, * 2SHB 2449, CH 205 (2016) PV, SB 6497, SSB 6497, 2SSB 6497
Electronic benefit cards, photo identification requirement: HB 1908
Food assistance, food stamp program, state residency requirement for benefits: HB 1372
Food assistance, food stamp program, work requirements: SB 5776
Food assistance, SNAP benefits, college student electronic benefit transfer card on-campus use for: HB 1820, SB 5794
Food assistance, SNAP benefits, monthly distribution period for, expanding: HB 2877, SHB 2877, * 2SHB 2877, CH 54 (2016), SB 6535, SSB 6535
Health care, coverage for all state residents by 2020: HB 1321, SB 5305
Host home programs for certain youth, removing from "agency" definition: HB 2440, * SHB 2440, CH 166 (2016), SB 6249, SSB 6249
Host home programs, child abuse or neglect reporting requirements: * SHB 2440, CH 166 (2016), SSB 6249
Host home programs, registration with secretary of state's office: * SHB 2440, CH 166 (2016), SSB 6249
Housing, for persons receiving assistance, prohibiting landlord discrimination or refusal to rent, when: HB 1565, SB 5378
Medicaid, audit protocols on web site, improving provider compliance through: HB 1712
Medicaid, autism and developmental delays screening, requiring: HB 1365, SB 5317, * SSB 5317, CH 8 (2015)
Medicaid, child mental health care support services for primary care, PAL plus pilot program: SHB 2439, SSB 6494
Medicaid, consumer-directed program, family member providing long-term or developmental disability care: SB 6662, SSB 6662
Medicaid, contraceptive drugs, 12-month dispensing of: HB 2465, SHB 2465, SB 6369
Medicaid, dental health aide services funding for Indians: HB 1027, SB 5159
Medicaid, dental health aide therapist services funding for Indians: HB 1441, SHB 1441
Medicaid, emergency ground transportation services providers, supplemental payment program for: * HB 2007, CH 147 (2015), SB 5840
Medicaid, equal coverage for hearing disability services and hearing aids: HB 2687, SB 6394
Medicaid, family planning stand-alone coverage, impact on budget allotments for health care authority: HB 2285
Medicaid, home and community-based long-term care services, payment rate methodology: HB 1904, SB 5802
Medicaid, long-acting reversible contraceptive methods, appropriations for increasing reimbursement rates: HB 2285, SB 6144
Medicaid, long-acting reversible contraceptive methods, payment rate for: SB 5806
Medicaid, managed care, accountability measures and wellness examination requirements: SB 5147
Medicaid, managed care, outcomes and performance measures and baseline health assessments, requirements: * SSB 5147, CH 209 (2015)
Medicaid, managed care, payments to nonparticipating providers: * HB 1652, CH 256 (2015), SB 5590
Medicaid, medicaid fraud false claims act, reauthorizing: HB 1067, ESHB 1067, SB 5287, * SB 6156, CH 147 (2016)
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, case mix classification methodology, modifying: SB 6335, SSB 6335
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, increased staffing standards for, studying impact of: HB 2137, SB 6010
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, new rate-establishing system, adoption: HB 1274, * SHB 1274, CH 2 (2015), SB 5152, SSB 5152, E2SSB 5152
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, quality care and quality workforce, multiple strategies: HB 2137, SB 6010
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, rate-establishing system, modifying: HB 2466, HB 2678, * SHB 2678, CH 131 (2016), SB 6240, SSB 6240
Medicaid, personal needs allowance, increasing for long-term care, developmental disabilities, and mental health services: SB 6555, SSB 6555
Medicaid, purchasing, standards of and accreditation by national committee for quality assurance: SB 5146
Medicaid, reimbursement to primary care providers under, applying medicare payment rate floor to: HB 2515, SB 6272, SSB 6272
Medicaid, rural health clinics and federally qualified health centers, enhancement payments reconciliation: SB 5758, SSB 5758
Medicaid, seeking for special commitment center health care costs reimbursement: HB 1775, * SB 5693, CH 271 (2015)
Medicaid, state agency prescription drug purchasing and reimbursement guidelines, adopting: SB 6593
Medicaid, telemedicine or store and forward technology, as reimbursable service: * SSB 6519, CH 68 (2016)
Medicaid, telemedicine through store and forward technology, reimbursement: HB 1403, SB 5175, * SSB 5175, CH 23 (2015)
Medicaid, telemedicine, audio-only consulting with other psychiatric providers as: HB 2927
Medicaid, telemedicine, homes as reimbursable originating sites: SB 6519, * SSB 6519, CH 68 (2016)
Medical assistance, adult workers covered by, various provisions: SB 5895
Medical assistance, benefits suspension when incarcerated: HB 2850, SB 6430
Medical assistance, benefits suspension when incarcerated or committed: * SSB 6430, CH 154 (2016)
Medical assistance, dental services and supplies, prior authorization system work group: * SHB 2498, CH 128 (2016)
Medical assistance, dental services and supplies, restricting prior authorization: HB 2498
Medical assistance, depression screening of children through: HB 2439, SHB 2439, * E2SHB 2439, CH 96 (2016), SB 6494, SSB 6494, 2SSB 6494
Medical assistance, elective abortion and certain organizations, public funds use for, prohibitions: HB 2294, HB 2754
Medical assistance, equal coverage for hearing disability services and hearing aids: HB 2687, SB 6394
Medical assistance, foster children receiving, integrated managed health and behavioral health care for: HB 1879, * SHB 1879, CH 283 (2015)
Medical assistance, medical and behavioral health services via managed care in regional service area, certain reimbursements, when: SB 5924
Medical assistance, prenatal vitamins with folic acid for all women: SB 6270, SSB 6270
Medical assistance, state residency requirement for benefits: HB 1372
Medical assistance-covered employees, employer responsibility penalty and related provisions: SB 5895
Medical assistance-covered employees, employer scheduling to avoid health care coverage responsibility for: HB 1931
Prevocational services, optional participation by persons with developmental disabilities: HB 2213
Temporary assistance for needy families, eligibility for, unearned income exemption, repealing: HB 2874, SHB 2874
Temporary assistance for needy families, retainable payment amounts while receiving: HB 2220
Voter registration, persons with disabilities, information with assistance application for: HB 2682, SHB 2682
WorkFirst program, "work activity" definition, vocational education training provision: HB 1875, ESHB 1875
Youth, homeless, crisis residential centers and HOPE centers: HB 1436, SHB 1436, 2SHB 1436, SB 5404, SSB 5404, * 2SSB 5404, CH 69 (2015)
Youth, homeless, crisis residential centers and HOPE centers, records disclosure: HB 2834, ESHB 2834
PUBLIC DEFENSE, OFFICE  PUBLIC DEFENSE, OFFICE RSS Feed
               
Funds, from traffic fines, for use of office, when: HB 2764
PUBLIC DEPOSIT PROTECTION COMMISSION  (See FINANCE COMMITTEE, STATE)
PUBLIC DISCLOSURE  (See CAMPAIGNS; PUBLIC DISCLOSURE COMMISSION; RECORDS)
PUBLIC DISCLOSURE COMMISSION  PUBLIC DISCLOSURE COMMISSION RSS Feed
               (See also CAMPAIGNS)
Candidates, for statewide office, criminal charges against or investigation of, disclosure: SB 6108
Commission operations, modifying for efficiency: SB 5309, SSB 5309
Compliance and investigations, commission to improve using certain funds: SB 6232
Elected officials, statewide, criminal charges against or investigation of, disclosure of: SB 6108
Electronic filing of certain statements and reports, when: HB 2563, HB 2697
Executive state officer, professional legislative staff members as, excluding legislative assistants: HB 2004
Financial affairs reporting, statement of financial affairs, requirements: HB 1397, SB 5308
Financial affairs reporting, suspending or modifying, for whom, when: HB 1397, SB 5308, SB 5309, SSB 5309
Government entities, payment of fee to public commission: SB 5867
Incidental committees, nonprofit organizations that are, disclosure requirements, commission role: HB 2256
Lobbying, by state agencies, prohibitions and restrictions, increasing: SB 6676
Lobbyists, electronic report-filing and commission role: HB 1058, HB 1085, SHB 1085, HB 2299, SHB 2299, HB 2697, SB 5867
Lobbyists, gifts from, requirements, prohibitions, reporting: HB 1083, HB 1914, HB 1979, SB 5383, SB 5386
Lobbyists, payment of fee to commission: SB 5867
Political committees, inside and outside state, standardizing disclosure requirements: HB 2561, HB 2697, SB 6208
Reports to commission, candidate or candidate's authorized committee, surplus funds deposit in account: HB 2560, HB 2697
Reports to commission, electronic filing: HB 2563, HB 2697
Reports to commission, special, for large contributions, electronic filing of: HB 2559, HB 2697
State employees and officers, gifts, including food and beverages, provisions: HB 1083, HB 1914, SB 5383, SB 5386
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' BENEFITS BOARD (PEBB)  (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 EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY; LABOR; LEGISLATURE; RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS; STATE GOVERNMENT; UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION; WAGES AND HOURS; WORKERS' COMPENSATION)
Cities, first-class, having employees perform public works project, dollar threshold limitation for: HB 2953
Civil rights act, state, repealing preferential treatment prohibition and deleting act name: HB 2822
Civil service qualifications, lawful permanent residents, extending eligibility to: HB 2543, SB 6319, SSB 6319
Collective bargaining unit representatives, for certain public assistance-related providers, periodic certification elections: HB 1953, HB 2490, SB 6410, SSB 6410
Collective bargaining unit representatives, for higher education and common schools employees, periodic certification elections: SB 6410, SSB 6410
Collective bargaining unit representatives, prohibiting certain benefits and payments to, when: HB 1773, SB 5602
Collective bargaining, agreement digital copies, submission to PERC by educational employee organization: HB 1991
Collective bargaining, agreement digital copies, submission to PERC by public employers: ESB 5854
Collective bargaining, agreements permitting interest arbitration, prohibiting: SB 6016, SB 6126, SSB 6126
Collective bargaining, agreements with or without union security provisions, requirements: HB 1777
Collective bargaining, agreements, "feasible financially for the state" for purposes of: HB 2829, SB 6098, SSB 6098, SB 6126, SSB 6126
Collective bargaining, agreements, financial feasibility determinations, role of joint committee on employment relations: SB 6126, SSB 6126
Collective bargaining, agreements, viewing on web site maintained by PERC: ESB 5854
Collective bargaining, assistant attorneys general: HB 2034
Collective bargaining, community and technical college academic employees, negotiating step increases for: HB 1863
Collective bargaining, court marshals of city police departments, adding to uniformed personnel for bargaining: HB 2849, SHB 2849, SB 6417
Collective bargaining, court marshals of sheriff's offices, adding to uniformed personnel for bargaining: HB 1987, SB 5239, * ESB 6092, CH 6 (2015)
Collective bargaining, deauthorizing union security provisions: HB 2068, SB 5045
Collective bargaining, department of corrections employees: SB 6126, SSB 6126
Collective bargaining, educational employees, limiting salary and other compensation increases, when: SB 6109
Collective bargaining, ferry employees, contract negotiations between employee organizations and certain persons: HB 2078
Collective bargaining, fire department employees volunteering for or employed by other department: SB 6250
Collective bargaining, fish and wildlife commissioned enforcement officers: HB 1964, SB 5763, SSB 5763
Collective bargaining, language access providers of spoken language interpreter services, provisions: HB 1780, SHB 1780, HB 2829, SB 5664, SB 6126, SSB 6126
Collective bargaining, long-term care providers: HB 2829, SB 5515, SB 6126, SSB 6126
Collective bargaining, part-time academic employees at community and technical colleges: SB 5231
Collective bargaining, representation, restricting challenges to: SB 5237
Collective bargaining, salary or wage increases for state and higher education, agreement requirements: SB 5979, SSB 5979
Collective bargaining, school district employees in connection with school employees benefits board: HB 1937, SB 5976, SSB 5976, SB 6109
Collective bargaining, state patrol: HB 2872, SHB 2872, * E2SHB 2872, CH 28 (2016)
Collective bargaining, state, public web site for agreements: SB 5081, SSB 5081, SB 6126, SSB 6126
Collective bargaining, to be considered as open public meetings: HB 2829, SB 6126, SSB 6126
Collective bargaining, to be open public meetings: HB 2490, SB 5329, SSB 5329
Collective bargaining, unfair labor practices, ordering interest arbitration: HB 1230
Collective bargaining, uniformed personnel PERS or PSERS contributions, county agreeing to pay: HB 1986, SB 5214
Collective bargaining, union security provisions, prohibiting when workers only public for bargaining: SB 5671
Collective bargaining, union security provisions, prohibiting, exceptions: HB 1774
Collective bargaining, using agreements to establish prevailing rate of wage: HB 1231, SB 6573
Collective bargaining, western and eastern state hospital employees, including binding interest arbitration: SB 5885
Counties, riverine or storm water project, having employees perform public works, dollar threshold limitation for: HB 2590, SHB 2590
Deferred compensation program, state, new employee enrollment and opt-out: * ESSB 5435, CH 112 (2016)
Deferred compensation program, state, state subdivisions required participation: SB 5435
Disabilities, persons with, state disability employment parity act: HB 1636, * SHB 1636, CH 204 (2015)
Disabilities, persons with, state employment disability parity act: ESB 5524
Dispatch operators, classifying as uniformed personnel for arbitration purposes: HB 1122
Educational employees, during strike or stoppage, prohibiting compensation or sick leave or health benefits use: SB 6116
Educational employees, striking or refusing to perform official duties, prohibiting: HB 1242
Examinations, competitive, preferences for eligible impacted workers: SB 6478
Examinations, competitive, veterans' scoring criteria: HB 1117, SB 5074
Health care insurance, cost-sharing for certain health care, restricting: HB 2408, SHB 2408, SB 6266
Intellectual property rights, assignment by state university staff and faculty, exceptions and prohibitions: SB 6107
Misconduct during service, felony for, forfeiture of pension, when: SB 6077, SB 6433
Misconduct during service, felony for, garnishing pension to pay for incarceration, etc.: SB 6076, SB 6434
Public policy, conduct promoting, protecting employees from employer retaliation for: HB 1894
Public servant, official oppression by, creating crime of, class C felony: HB 2200
Public service recognition week, commending public servants during: * HR 4643 (2015)
Restoration of opportunity, certificates of, comprehensive provisions: HB 1553, * 2ESHB 1553, CH 81 (2016)
State employees and officers, earned vacation leave payments, delaying: HB 1050, HB 1188, SHB 1188
State employees and officers, excess vacation days, transfer to sick leave bank, when: HB 2072
State employees and officers, gifts, including food and beverages, provisions: HB 1083, HB 1914, SB 5383, SB 5386
State employees and officers, postemployment disclosure statement: HB 1136, SHB 1136, SB 6258
State employees, shared leave, returning when unused, when: * HB 2557, CH 177 (2016)
State employees, whistleblower protection, ex parte communications as improper governmental action, when: SB 5777
State employment resident hiring preference act: SB 5235, SSB 5235
State officers, ethics defense trust funds, authority to establish, when: SB 5849, SSB 5849
State officers, official duties of, modifying definition: SB 5785, * ESSB 5785 (2015) V
Taxpayer information, federal, certain agency applicants who will have access to, criminal history checks: HB 2737, SB 6252
Unions, public sector, public disclosure of finances: ESB 5226
Veterans' preferences, civil service definition of "veteran" for, including certain voluntarily retired veterans in: HB 2101, SB 5911
PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS COMMISSION  PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS COMMISSION RSS Feed
               (See also PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES)
Collective bargaining agreements, PERC web site for public viewing of: ESB 5854
Collective bargaining, agreements with or without union security provisions, requirements: HB 1777
Collective bargaining, unfair labor practices, ordering interest arbitration: HB 1230
Educational employees, collective bargaining agreements with, employer to submit digital copies to PERC: ESB 5854
Educational employees, employee organizations for, submitting agreement digital copies to PERC: HB 1991
Public employees, collective bargaining agreements with, employer to submit digital copies to PERC: ESB 5854
Unions, public sector, public disclosure of finances to commission: ESB 5226
PUBLIC FACILITIES DISTRICTS  PUBLIC FACILITIES DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               
Convention and trade center tax, exemption for hostels: HB 1516, * SHB 1516, CH 151 (2015), SB 5868
Convention center, expansion, tax deferrals: HB 1690, SHB 1690, SB 5571
Expansion of districts, authorizing, when: HB 2102
Regional centers, local sales and use tax for, expiration provisions: HB 2296, SHB 2296
PUBLIC FUNDS AND ACCOUNTS  PUBLIC FUNDS AND ACCOUNTS RSS Feed
               (See also BONDS)
Access road revolving fund, renaming as access road account: SB 5730, SSB 5730
Accounts, various, eliminating: HB 2645, SHB 2645, SB 6251
Aeronautics account, adjusting functions of: SB 5324, SSB 5324, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Affordable college for everyone grant contract account, creating: SHB 1154
Affordable housing funds, authority of cities to establish: HB 2395, HB 2397
Agricultural local fund, depositing certain licensing moneys in: HB 2128, * ESHB 2128, CH 27 (2015)
Air pollution control account, motor vehicle emission control subaccount of, creating: SB 6419
Aquatic invasive species management account, creating: HB 1118, SHB 1118
Asset building assistance account, creating: ESSB 5899
Ballot measure account, creating: HB 1942, SHB 1942
Basic education benefit account, creating for deposit of McCleary order receipts: HB 2989, SB 6661
Basic health plan trust account, funding mental illness and chemical dependency recovery programs: SB 5078, SSB 5078
Bicycle and pedestrian grant program account, creating: HB 1300, SB 5358
Budget stabilization account, appropriations if state information systems breached, constitutional amendment: HJR 4203
Budget stabilization account, certain deposits to, using for balancing operating budget: HB 2995
Budget stabilization account, extraordinary revenue growth deposit in, transferring to general fund: HB 2223, HB 2268, * EHB 2286, CH 2 (2015)
Budget stabilization account, forest fire suppression costs appropriations from: * ESHB 2988, CH 34 (2016), SB 6504
Budget stabilization account, transfers from, into education construction fund for K-3 class size reduction: HB 2968
Budget stabilization account, transfers to homeless assistance account and housing trust fund: SB 6647
Building code council account, depositing certain residential and nonresidential building permit fees: HB 1234, SHB 1234, SB 5183
Building code council account, depositing newly imposed building permit fees and surcharge into: SB 6525
Building code council account, depositing newly imposed building permit surcharge into: HB 2841, SHB 2841
Cancer research endowment (CARE) fund, establishing: SB 6096, * ESSB 6096, CH 34 (2015)
Cancer research endowment fund match transfer account, creating: SB 6096, * ESSB 6096, CH 34 (2015)
Cancer, fund to fight cancer, creating as special trust fund: SB 5808, SSB 5808
Cancer, fund to fight cancer, establishing: HB 2194, SHB 2194, SB 6101
Capital construction funds and accounts, state, inactive or obsolete statutes: * EHB 1859, CH 4 (2015), SB 5723
Capital vessel replacement account, depositing certain vehicle-related fees in: HB 2739, HB 2762, SB 6373
Carbon pollution reduction account, creating: HB 1314, SHB 1314, SB 5283, SB 6121
Carbon pollution revenues account, creating: SB 6306
Certified public accounting scholarship transfer account, creating: HB 1814, SHB 1814, SB 5534, * SSB 5534, CH 215 (2015)
Charter school account, Washington, creating for contributions for charter schools: HB 2902
Chehalis basin account, creating: * HB 2856, CH 194 (2016)
Child rescue fund, creating: * 2SHB 1281, CH 279 (2015)
Clarke-McNary fund, transfers to, repealing authority for: HB 2976
Clean energy education program account, creating: SB 6218
Code officials apprenticeship and training account, creating: HB 1387, SB 5882
College savings plan account, Washington, creating: SB 6601, SSB 6601
College savings program account, Washington, creating: * E2SSB 6601, CH 69 (2016)
Columbia river recreational salmon and steelhead endorsement program account, renaming pilot stamp account as: * SB 6274, CH 223 (2016)
Commercial transportation services provider account, creating: SB 6444
Community preservation and development authority account, repealing: HB 2645, SHB 2645, SB 6251
Concealed pistol license renewal notification account, creating: SHB 1191
Connecting Washington account, creating: SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Connecting Washington account, depositing certain transportation project general obligation bonds proceeds in: SHB 1298
Connecting Washington account, transferring certain sales and use tax amounts from transportation projects to: SB 5990, ESSB 5990
Consolidated technology services revolving account, creating: HB 1391, SHB 1391, 2SHB 1391, SB 5315, SSB 5315, * E2SSB 5315, CH 1 (2015)
Construction registration inspection account, creating: EHB 1465, SB 5598
County current expense fund, deposit of certain penalty amounts for recreation sites or lands pass/permit violations in: SSB 6297, 2SSB 6297
County government, investing funds through external investment pools: HB 1462, SB 5390
County road fund, authorizing certain marine uses by island counties: * EHB 1868, CH 223 (2015)
Criminal justice treatment account, using funds for chemical dependency treatment support services: HB 1598, SB 5178
Cybersecurity conditional loan account, creating: HB 2244
Dan Thompson memorial developmental disabilities community trust account, modifying deposits into: HB 2661, SHB 2661, SB 6483, SSB 6483
Data privacy enforcement account, creating: HB 2119
Data processing revolving fund, repealing: HB 1391, SHB 1391, 2SHB 1391, SB 5315, SSB 5315, * E2SSB 5315, CH 1 (2015)
Dedicated industrial hemp account, creating: SHB 1552
Dedicated local jurisdiction marijuana fund, creating for marijuana excise tax deposits: HB 1165
Dedicated marijuana account, eliminating: SB 5417, SSB 5417
Dedicated marijuana account, renaming dedicated marijuana fund as: HB 2008
Dedicated marijuana account, renaming dedicated marijuana fund as, including distributions from: SHB 2136, * 2E2SHB 2136, CH 4 (2015), SB 6136
Dedicated marijuana fund, eliminating: SB 5417, SSB 5417, ESSB 6062
Dedicated tobacco and vapor products enforcement account, creating: SHB 1645
Degree production incentive account, creating: HB 1303
Depositaries and deposits, public, modifying provisions: * ESB 6349, CH 152 (2016)
Depositaries, out-of-state, deposit of public funds in: HB 1185
Depositaries, public, modifying provisions: HB 2640, SHB 2640
Depositories, public, reciprocal deposits, authority to arrange: HB 1304, * SB 5265, CH 2 (2016) V, SB 6683
Derelict vessel removal account, funding prevention programs from: HB 1256
Developmental disabilities community trust account, deposit of residential habilitation centers proceeds in: HB 2661, SHB 2661, SB 6483, SSB 6483
Disaster response account, appropriations to DNR for certain fire protection purposes: SB 6502, SSB 6502
Displaced worker training account, creation along with health security trust: HB 1025, SB 5132
DNA database account, state, deposit of certain traffic infraction fees into: SB 6366, SSB 6366
Domestic violence prevention account, depositing certain fees in: EHB 1729, SB 5631, * SSB 5631, CH 275 (2015)
Drought preparedness account, state, funds for drinking water projects during drought: HB 2863
Early start account, creating: HB 1491, SHB 1491, * 2E2SHB 1491, CH 7 (2015), SB 5452, SSB 5452, E2SSB 5452, SSB 6059
Economic development strategic reserve account, post-wildfire recovery, where: HB 1125
Economic gardening pilot project fund, creating: * ESB 6100, CH 212 (2016)
Education construction fund, transferring certain funds to: HB 1992
Education construction fund, transfers into, for K-3 class size reduction construction grant program: HB 2968
Education legacy trust account, certain aerospace company deposits into: HB 2994
Education legacy trust account, compensating higher education institutions for certain tuition revenue losses: HB 2201
Education legacy trust account, deposit of certain marijuana excise taxes into: ESSB 6062
Education legacy trust account, depositing capital gains tax revenues into: HB 1484, HB 2224, SB 5699, SB 6102
Education legacy trust account, depositing certain tax revenues in: HB 2147, HB 2224, SHB 2269, HB 2638
Education legacy trust account, reducing deposits to: HB 1661, HB 1992
Education legacy trust account, repealing or narrowing certain tax preferences to increase deposits into: HB 2224, SHB 2269, HB 2479, HB 2996
Electric vehicle charging infrastructure account, creating: HB 2087, SHB 2087, SB 5333, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Employer responsibility for medical assistance trust fund, creating: SB 5895
Environmental legacy stewardship account, depositing certain excess funds in: SHB 1399, SB 5991, ESSB 5991
Environmental legacy stewardship account, offsetting decline in deposits by prioritizing waste site cleanup: SB 6570, SSB 6570
Equipment replacement fund for replacing vote tallying equipment, authority to establish: HB 1849, SHB 1849
Essential public health services account, creating: HB 1645, HB 2211, SHB 2211, SB 5573
Essential rail assistance account, certain deposits from multimodal transportation account: HB 1623
Family and medical leave insurance account, renaming family leave insurance account: HB 1273, SHB 1273, SB 5459
Family medicine residency training account, creating: SB 5939
Farm and forest account, appropriated moneys allocation and distributions: HB 2509, SHB 2509, SB 6227, * SSB 6227, CH 149 (2016)
Farmland preservation account, use of funds for riparian purposes: HB 2352
Farmlands preservation account, renaming as farm and forest account: HB 2509, SHB 2509, SB 6227, * SSB 6227, CH 149 (2016)
Federal forest revolving account, certain school district allocations, discontinuing reduction: HB 2295, SB 6292
Fight cancer treasury fund, creating to receive certain tax revenue for appropriation into fund to fight cancer: HB 2194, SHB 2194, SB 6101
Fire protection contractor license fund, limiting uses of: HB 2625, SB 6385
Fisheries capital projects account, repealing: HB 2645, SHB 2645, SB 6251
Flood risk reduction and habitat restoration account, creating: HB 2614
Flood risk reduction and habitat restoration taxable account, creating: HB 2614
Foreclosure fairness account, revising expenditures from: * SHB 2876, CH 196 (2016)
Fruit and vegetable inspection account, district accounts within, eliminating: HB 2633, * SB 6345, CH 229 (2016)
Fund to fight cancer, creating as special trust fund: SB 5808, SSB 5808
Fund to fight cancer, establishing: HB 2194, SHB 2194, SB 6101
Gambling revolving fund, distribution of lottery revenues to: * ESSB 5681, CH 31 (2015)
GET ready for college account, creating: SB 5636
Governor's behavioral health innovation fund, creating: SHB 2453, E2SHB 2453, * ESSB 6656, CH 37 (2016) PV
Growth management planning and environmental review fund, grants or loans for comprehensive plan optional elements: HB 2763
Habitat conservation account, appropriated moneys allocation and distributions: HB 2509, SHB 2509, SB 6227, * SSB 6227, CH 149 (2016)
Habitat enhancement and leasing account, creating: HB 1000, SHB 1000
Health care authority administrative account, transferring to certain health security trust accounts: SB 5741
Health districts, banking of funds, requirements: * SB 5458, CH 3 (2016) V
Health professional loan repayment and scholarship program fund, funding: HB 1080, HB 2065, SB 5010, SSB 5010, SB 5909, SSB 5909
Health security trust, creating certain accounts when creating: HB 1025, SB 5132, SB 5741
High-risk and young driver safety education account, creating: HB 1994, SB 5816
High-risk driver improvement account, creating: SB 6595
Higher education construction account, repealing: HB 2645, SHB 2645, SB 6251
Higher education reimbursable short-term bond account, repealing: HB 2645, SHB 2645, SB 6251
Highway safety fund, funding DUI reduction programs with certain fee amounts in: HB 2706, E2SSB 5105, SB 6143
Highway safety fund, funding safe routes to school program with moneys from: SB 5724
Historic building rehabilitation revolving loan fund, creating: HB 2689
Home security fund account, provisions: SB 5932
Home security fund account, transitional housing operating and rent program use of certain deposits: SB 6671
Homeless assistance account, creating: SB 6647
Homeless families services fund, renaming as Washington youth and families fund: SB 5932
Homeowners' association ombuds account, creating: HB 2423, SB 6212
Horse racing commission operating account, modifying provisions: SSB 6285
Horse racing commission operating account, to be nonappropriated: * HB 2320, CH 160 (2016), SB 6285
Horse racing commission operating reserve account, creating: SSB 6285
Housing trust fund, remitting percentage of public lands sales to: HB 2049, SHB 2049
Housing trust fund, use of funds for housing assistance program, provisions: * EHB 1633, CH 155 (2015), SB 5578, SB 5655, SSB 5655
Independent youth housing account, repealing: HB 2645, SHB 2645, SB 6251
Industrial hemp account, creating: HB 1552
Industrial insurance administrative fund, creating: HB 1156, SB 5420
Institutional impact account, eliminating: HB 2645, SB 6251
Internet crimes against children account, creating: HB 1281, SHB 1281
Internet crimes against children account, Washington, creating: SB 5215, SSB 5215, * 2SSB 5215, CH 84 (2015)
Invasive species council account, delaying expiration: HB 2331, * SB 6162, CH 7 (2016) V
Invest in Washington account, creating: SB 5112, SSB 5112, SB 5230, SSB 5230, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Investment trust, Washington, deposit of public funds: HB 2967, SB 5553
K-3 class size reduction account, creating: SB 6080
Landowner contingency forest fire suppression account, depositing certain assessments in, exception: SB 6632
Law enforcement officers' and firefighters' system plan 1 retirement account, Washington, deleting from statute: SB 6668
Licensing and enforcement system modernization project account, creating: HB 1965, * ESHB 1965, CH 26 (2015), SB 5400
Linked deposit program, general rule-making authority for: HB 1415, SB 5255
Linked deposit program, specific rule-making authority for, including loan prioritization: SHB 1415, SSB 5255
Liquor revolving fund, distribution of revenues to local jurisdictions, modifying: HB 1517, HB 2438, SB 5896, SB 6425
Local effort assistance transition account, creating: EHB 2698
Local government archives account, use of funds in: HB 2576, SHB 2576, 2SHB 2576
Local green initiatives account, creating: HB 1300, SB 5358
Local revenue fund, establishing for school district financial operations local revenue accounting: SB 6109
Local wildland fire response account, creating: HB 2596
Local wildland fire severity account, creating: SHB 2596, SSB 6632, SSB 6657
Lottery account, state, lottery revenues deposited in, distribution: SB 5681, * ESSB 5681, CH 31 (2015)
Lottery account, state, transfer of certain moneys to traffic congestion relief account from: SB 5973
Lottery administrative account, revenues deposited in, distribution: SB 5681, * ESSB 5681, CH 31 (2015)
Main street program, trust fund, contributions to, B&O and public utility tax credits: HB 1370, SHB 1370, HB 2247, SB 5313, SSB 5313
Meat inspection account, creating: HB 1522
Migratory bird account, creating: SB 6308
Military department active state service account, repealing: HB 2645, SB 6251
Military department active state service account, transferring certain land parcel assessment revenues into: SB 6347, SB 6502, SSB 6502
Minority and women's business enterprises account, adding additional receipts for deposit: HB 1255, SHB 1255, SB 5254
Money-purchase retirement savings administrative account, creating: * ESSB 5435, CH 112 (2016)
Money-purchase retirement savings principal account, creating: * ESSB 5435, CH 112 (2016)
Mortgage lending fraud prosecution account, revising expiration of: HB 2315, * SB 6282, CH 7 (2016)
Mortgage recovery fund account, eliminating: HB 2645, SB 6251
Motor vehicle emission control subaccount of air pollution control account, creating: SB 6419
Motor vehicle fund, deposit of moneys from DOT sales of advertising on web sites and social media: HB 2650, SB 6359
Motor vehicle fund, repayment from toll charges, repealing: HB 2141
Motor vehicle fund, transportation projects sales tax revenues, depositing in fund: HB 2163
Naloxone access account, creating: HB 2132
Native early child care and education public-private partnership account, creating: SB 5160
Native lumber grading program account, creating: HB 1153
Natural disaster economic recovery account, creating: HB 2022, SHB 2022
Nonhighway and off-road vehicle activities program account, depositing certain off-road vehicle licensing fees in: HB 2739
Nuclear energy education account, establishing: SB 5093, SSB 5093, 2SSB 5093
Nurse educator pay it forward account, creating: HB 1344, SHB 1344, SB 5335
Nursing facility quality enhancement account, creating: * SHB 1274, CH 2 (2015), E2SSB 5152
Oil refinery worker assistance account, creating: SB 6418
One family one team public-private partnership account, creating: HB 1734, SHB 1734
Opportunity pathways account, funding for charter school education programs: * E2SSB 6194, CH 241 (2016)
Opportunity pathways account, funding for education programs not in common schools: HB 2367, HB 2824, SB 6194, SSB 6194
Opportunity pathways account, transfer of certain unclaimed lottery prize amounts to: SB 5681, * ESSB 5681, CH 31 (2015)
Outdoor recreation account, appropriated moneys allocation and distributions: HB 2509, SHB 2509, SB 6227, * SSB 6227, CH 149 (2016)
Paint product stewardship account, creating: HB 1571, ESHB 1571, SB 5926, SB 6142
Pilotage account, modifying status of: SB 6124
Pollution liability insurance agency underground storage tank revolving account, creating: * SHB 2357, CH 161 (2016), SSB 6187, 2SSB 6187
Pollution liability insurance agency underground storage tank revolving loan and grant account, creating: HB 2357, SB 6187
Pollution liability insurance program trust account, certain transfers from: HB 2357, * SHB 2357, CH 161 (2016), SB 6187, SSB 6187, 2SSB 6187
Property offense supervision and programs account, creating: SHB 1885, HB 2270
Public disclosure electronic filing account, creating: SB 5867
Public health services account, repealing: HB 2645, SHB 2645, SB 6251
Public records efficiency, preservation, and access account, depositing certain public records fines in: SB 6014
Public works assistance account, depositing levied tax revenue for local government infrastructure into: HJR 4205
Public works assistance account, increasing certain deposits to: HB 1661, HB 1992
Public works assistance account, limiting use of funds deposited in: SB 6035
Public works assistance account, local government loan repayment amounts to, forgiving, when: SB 6508
Public works assistance account, management by public works board: HB 1959, HB 2146, SHB 2146, 2SHB 2146, SB 6508, SB 6637
Public works financing assistance account, creating: 2ESB 5624
Public works financing assistance bond repayment account, creating: 2ESB 5624
Publicly owned trust, Washington, creating as sole depository for in-state recreational marijuana businesses: SB 5971
Puget Sound taxpayer accountability account, creating for education funding: HB 2288, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Recreation access pass account, penalty amounts for recreational lands pass/permit violations, deposit in: HB 2529, SB 6297, SSB 6297, 2SSB 6297
Safe routes to school grant program account, creating: HB 1300, SB 5358
Safety corps account, creating for receipts from "support public schools special license plates" sale: SB 6674
School districts, local revenue fund for each district, establishing: SB 6130
School employees' benefits board medical benefits administration account, creating: HB 1937, SB 5976, SSB 5976, SB 6109
School employees' insurance account, establishing: HB 1937, SB 5976, SSB 5976, SB 6109
School employees' insurance administrative account, creating: HB 1937, SB 5976, SSB 5976, SB 6109
Self-insured dental plan benefits administration account, creating: HB 1937, SB 5976, SSB 5976, SB 6109
Shared information technology system revolving account, creating: HB 1391, SHB 1391, 2SHB 1391, SB 5315, SSB 5315, * E2SSB 5315, CH 1 (2015)
Snowmobile account, depositing certain snowmobile license fees in: HB 2739
State and local improvement revolving account, waste disposal facilities, 1980, repealing: HB 2645, SB 6251
State and local improvements revolving account, repealing: HB 2645, SB 6251
State government, investing funds through external investment pools: HB 1462, SB 5390
State lottery account, lottery revenues deposited in, distribution: SB 5681, * ESSB 5681, CH 31 (2015), SB 5973
State patrol highway account, depositing certain fees and surcharges in: SB 6084, SSB 6084
State patrol highway account, depositing certain tax revenues for commissioned officer salaries: HB 2914
State patrol highway account, increasing certain deposits into: SSB 6547
State patrol highway account, transferring certain sums from multimodal transportation account and connecting Washington account: SB 6547
State wildlife account, depositing certain new and existing commercial licensing fees: HB 1563, HB 1948, SB 5531
State wildlife account, increasing revenue deposited in: HB 1948, SB 5632
State wildlife account, license fee and tax revenue deposits in: HB 1948
State wildlife account, license fee and tax revenue deposits, for user-group benefit: HB 1660, SB 5844
Statewide information technology system development revolving account, creating: HB 1391, SHB 1391, 2SHB 1391, SB 5315, SSB 5315, * E2SSB 5315, CH 1 (2015)
Statewide information technology system maintenance and operations revolving account, creating: HB 1391, SHB 1391, 2SHB 1391, SB 5315, SSB 5315, * E2SSB 5315, CH 1 (2015)
Statewide tourism marketing account, creating: HB 1938, SHB 1938, HB 2552, SB 5916, SSB 5916, 2SSB 5916
Student investment fund, creating: HB 2224
Student veterans support program account, creating: HB 1887, SHB 1887
Sustainability account, creating: HB 1300, SB 5358
Tacoma Narrows toll bridge account, use, prohibitions: HB 2142, SHB 2142
Tacoma Narrows toll bridge account, use, restrictions: SB 6472
Tacoma Narrows toll bridge sufficient minimum balance account, creating: SB 6472
Tobacco settlement account, transferring revenue for health security trust use: SB 5741
Toll facility capital reserve account, creating in the motor vehicle fund: SHB 2142
Tourism development and promotion account, repealing: HB 2645, SB 6251
Toxics control accounts, state and local, distribution of hazardous substance tax revenues to: HB 1399, SHB 1399, SB 5345
Toxics control accounts, state and local, offsetting decline in deposits by prioritizing waste site cleanup: SB 6570, SSB 6570
Traffic congestion relief account, creation in motor vehicle fund: SB 5973
Transitional housing operating and rent account, repealing: SB 6671
Transportation facilities account, creating: SB 5820
Transportation future funding program account, creating in connecting Washington account: * ESHB 2012, CH 12 (2015)
Transportation network company account, creating: SB 5550
United States environmental protection agency energy star portfolio manager account, establishing: HB 1278, SHB 1278, 2SHB 1278
United States environmental protection agency portfolio manager accounts, establishing: HB 1278, SHB 1278, 2SHB 1278
Veterans' assistance fund, county, definition of veteran for fund purposes: HB 1213, * ESHB 1213, CH 76 (2016), SB 5171
Washington achieving a better life experience program account, creating: HB 2063, SHB 2063, HB 2323, * ESHB 2323, CH 39 (2016), SB 6043, SB 6210, SSB 6210
Washington advance higher education loan account, creating: HB 1030, SHB 1030
Washington affordable housing account, creating: HB 2843
Washington community technology opportunity account, repealing: HB 2645, SHB 2645, SB 6251
Washington internet crimes against children account, creating: SB 5215, SSB 5215, * 2SSB 5215, CH 84 (2015)
Washington justice commission account, creating: HB 1885, SB 5755
Washington next generation educational savings account program account, creating: HB 2662, SHB 2662
Washington sexual assault kit account, creating: HB 2530, SHB 2530, * 2SHB 2530, CH 173 (2016), SB 6484
Washington sexually oriented business fee account, creating: HB 2530, SHB 2530, SB 6484
Washington state heritage center account, increasing surcharge for deposit into: * HB 2195, CH 28 (2015)
Washington state industrial insurance fund, establishing: HB 1156, SB 5420
Washington state public bank, establishing special trust account to create: SB 6093
Washington State University medical education and training program account, creating: SB 6101
Washington wellness trust account, creating: HB 1946
Washington youth and families fund, creating: HB 1436, SHB 1436, 2SHB 1436, SB 5404, SSB 5404, * 2SSB 5404, CH 69 (2015)
Washington youth and families fund, renaming homeless families services fund as: SB 5932
Waste reduction, recycling, and litter control account, revenue use: HB 1060, * ESHB 1060, CH 15 (2015), SB 5659, SSB 5659
Water infrastructure account, creating: SB 5628
Water pollution control revolving fund, term of fund program loans: * HB 2309, CH 88 (2016), SB 6150
Water quality capital account, repealing: HB 2645, SHB 2645, SB 6251
Wildfire prevention account, creating: HB 2579, SHB 2579
Wildlife college student loan match account, creating: SB 5318
Women helping women account, creating: HB 2713
Worker and community right to know fund, revising statutory provisions: * HB 2444, CH 168 (2016), SB 6231
WWAMI regional medical education and training program account, creating: SB 6101
Young driver safety education account, creating: SSB 5816, SB 6594
Youth substance abuse prevention and education account, creating: HB 1642
Youth tobacco and vapor products prevention account, certain account renamed as: * ESSB 6328, CH 38 (2016)
Youth tobacco and vapor products prevention account, certain funds for postgraduate public health schools: E2SHB 1645
Youth tobacco prevention account, depositing certain fees into: HB 2588, SB 6328
Youth tobacco prevention account, renaming as youth tobacco and vapor products prevention account: HB 1645, SHB 1645, E2SHB 1645, HB 2910, SB 5573
PUBLIC GUARDIANSHIP, OFFICE  (See GUARDIANSHIP)
PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY  (See HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC; PEST CONTROL AND PESTICIDES)
PUBLIC HOSPITAL DISTRICTS  (See HOSPITALS)
PUBLIC HOUSING AUTHORITIES  (See HOMES AND HOUSING)
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, SUPERINTENDENT  PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, SUPERINTENDENT RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS)
Abolishing office of superintendent, in conjunction with creating department of education: HB 2947
Assessment of student learning, locally determined courses and transition courses, OSPI to study: 2EHB 2214, SHB 2214
Assessment of student learning, OSPI to appoint technical work group to review certain recommendations: SB 6040
Assessments, results, notifying students and their parents or guardians of, OSPI role: HB 2429, SHB 2429
Assessments, student assessment inventory tool, OSPI to obtain and distribute to districts: SB 6552
Assessments, student, using college readiness assessment for certificate of achievement, pilot program, OSPI role: HB 2919, SB 6473
Board of education, duties of, reevaluation by legislature and transfer of appropriate duties to OSPI: HB 2117
Buses, seat belts and other restraint systems, studying costs and benefits of, OSPI role: HB 2639
Career guidance Washington, developing as career and college readiness program model, OSPI to develop: HB 1864, SHB 1864
Certificated employees of office, membership in TRS: HB 1109, SHB 1109
Class size, reducing, K-3 class size reduction construction grant pilot program, OSPI role: * 2ESSB 6080, CH 41 (2015)
Class size, reducing, K-3 class size reduction grant program, OSPI role: SB 6080
Clean energy education program, developing and establishing, OSPI role: ESSB 5113
College bound scholarship program, enrollees, grant program for student support services programs for, OSPI role: SB 5856
Community learning center program, advisory council, OSPI to create: HB 1960, SB 5814
Computer science learning standards, adoption by OSPI: HB 1813, * SHB 1813, CH 3 (2015)
Data, disaggregated student data, requirements, superintendent role: HB 1541, SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), HB 2608, SB 6192
Data, graduation rate collection and tabulation, modifying, OSPI role: HB 2743, SHB 2743
Day, less than six hours of instruction, waiver to allow, prohibiting granting by OSPI: HB 1805
Digital citizenship and safe technology use, including advisory committee, OSPI role: * SSB 6273, CH 59 (2016)
Disabilities, students with, interdisciplinary instruction and project-based learning, OSPI role: HB 1947, SHB 1947
Discipline task force, expanding membership of: SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Education, eliminating state board of and transferring duties and functions to OSPI: SB 5967
English language learners, transitional bilingual program instruction and teacher endorsements, OSPI role: SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Equity impact review process work group, OSPI to convene: HB 1899, SB 5718
Evaluations, of teachers and principals, comprehensive summative, steering committee and OSPI roles: SHB 1867
Financial education public-private partnership, curriculum requirements, superintendent role: HB 1121, SHB 1121, SB 5202, * SSB 5202, CH 211 (2015)
Firearm safety and hunter education high school elective course, superintendent role: HB 2325, SB 6515
Fiscal notes, school district, legislation with, prohibiting reliance on local levy or federal funds in: HB 2714, HB 2862
Foster youth, educational coordination program and outcomes indicators, OSPI role: 3SHB 1999, * 4SHB 1999, CH 71 (2016)
High school and beyond plans, best practices for, OSPI role: HB 1591, SHB 1591
Homeless students, grants for school district identification and support of: SHB 1682, E2SHB 1682, * 3SHB 1682, CH 157 (2016)
Integrated student supports protocol, including work group, establishing, OSPI role: E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), HB 2607, SB 6192
Jobs for Washington graduates program or other statewide curriculum or program, OSPI to administer: SHB 1864
Jobs for Washington graduates program, OSPI to administer: HB 1864
K-12 data governance group, data security plan and model plan for personally identifiable data: SB 5316, ESSB 5316
K-12 data governance group, student race and ethnicity data, collection protocols: HB 1541, SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), HB 2608, SB 6192, SB 6244, SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
K-12 data governance group, students from military families, guidelines for data on: HB 1149, SHB 1149, SB 5163, * SSB 5163, CH 210 (2015)
K-12 staff compensation, data concerning, OSPI role in collecting: HB 2366, ESHB 2366, SB 6195, SSB 6195, * E2SSB 6195, CH 3 (2016)
Kindergarten, all-day, all-day kindergarten facility grant program, creating, OSPI to administer: SB 5478
Language access by limited-English proficient parents and guardians, advisory committee, OSPI role: HB 2006, SB 5787, SSB 5787
Meals, reducing sugar content in school meals, OSPI to convene work group concerning: E3SHB 1295
Mental health professional collaboration time, professional collaboration lighthouse grant program for, OSPI role: 2SHB 1900
Mental health services for students, data concerning, districts to report to OSPI: SSB 6243, 2SSB 6243
Nutrition, at high-needs schools, expanding opportunities for, OSPI role: SB 6244, SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Online schools, attendance and truancy requirements applied to, OSPI role: * 2SHB 2449, CH 205 (2016) PV, SSB 6497, 2SSB 6497
Physical education, instructional and reporting requirements, compliance grant program, OSPI role: HB 2669, SHB 2669
Public instruction, office of superintendent of, elimination of: HJR 4216
Public speaking, leadership skills, and confidence, grades 2 through 5, establishing grant program for, OSPI role: HB 2833, SHB 2833
Quality education council, eliminating: ESHB 2239, HB 2272, * HB 2360, CH 162 (2016), SB 5392, SB 6130
Quality education council, students with disabilities or special needs, outcomes improvement, council role: HB 1947, SHB 1947
Race and ethnicity reporting guidelines, task force concerning, OSPI role: SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), HB 2608, SB 6192
Reading to ensure academic development (READ) grant program, establishing, OSPI role: HB 2728
Restroom facilities, rules adopted by OSPI based on chapter 49.60 RCW, exempting schools from: HB 2941
Safety, annual school summits, OSPI and school advisory committee roles: * ESB 6620, CH 240 (2016)
School districts, employees of, labor market analysis of salaries and compensation, OSPI to conduct: SB 5890
School districts, large, dividing into two districts, legal framework and process for, OSPI role: HB 1860, HB 2048, SHB 2048
School districts, lean management and Baldrige performance excellence principles, implementing, OSPI role: SB 5837
Schools, students at low-achieving, moving to higher achieving school, when, procedures, OSPI role: HB 2729
Social and emotional training module, online, OSPI to create and maintain: SSB 6243, 2SSB 6243, * ESB 6620, CH 240 (2016)
Social emotional learning, K-12, work group to recommend benchmarks for, OSPI role: HB 1760, SHB 1760, SB 5688, SSB 5688, E2SSB 5688
Social media safety, common schools model curriculum for, preparation and availability of, OSPI role: HB 2254
Special education, special education administration, training for leaders in, OSPI role: SB 5905
Special education, special education state advisory council, establishing in OSPI: SB 5905
STEM literacy, specialized STEM facility grant program, creating, OSPI to administer: SB 5478
Student success, target goals and indicators, development of, OSPI role: SB 6182
Students protecting students program, establishing, OSPI role: HB 2823, SHB 2823, 2SHB 2823
Teaching positions, qualified applicants for, statewide initiative to increase, OSPI role: SB 6455, SSB 6455
Teaching positions, qualified applicants, statewide increase initiative, OSPI role: HB 2573, SHB 2573, E2SHB 2573, HB 2921, SB 6332, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Technology literacy, demonstration by students, superintendent role: HB 1492, SHB 1492, SB 5229
Truancy, community truancy boards, grant funds for, OSPI role: * 2SHB 2449, CH 205 (2016) PV
Truancy, therapeutic truancy boards, grant funds for, OSPI role: HB 2449, SHB 2449
World language instruction, grades one through eight, studying: SHB 1445
PUBLIC LANDS  PUBLIC LANDS RSS Feed
               (See also DISCOVER PASS; FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT; NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT; PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION)
Acquisition of land by state agencies, nonprofit nature conservancy lands, funds application requirements: SB 6392
Acquisition of land by state agencies, prohibiting until education fully funded: HB 2215
Agency lands, access for fire suppression methods for private landowners: HB 1237
Agency lands, replacing noxious pollen-rich weeds with honey bee forage plants: HB 1654, SHB 1654, 2SHB 1654, * EHB 2478, CH 44 (2016)
Agricultural lands, long-term commercial significance, local or state agency-owned, use: SB 5013
Aquatic lands, beds of navigable waters, leases for water-dependent and nonwater dependent uses of: SB 5929
Aquatic lands, city management for public marina operation, agreements with DNR for: HB 1306
Aquatic lands, draft aquatic lands habitat conservation plan, withdrawing from federal review: ESB 5959
Aquatic lands, state-owned, DNR contract management procedures, performance audit of: SB 6500
Day-use permit, endorsement for rock collecting: HB 1271
Farmlands, preservation, using certain account funds for riparian purposes: HB 2352
Federal land, in state, transfer of title to state by U.S. government: HB 1192
Federal lands in state, transfer of, establishing legislative task force to study: HB 1262, SB 5405, SSB 5405
Fire suppression on public lands, livestock owner access for livestock care: HB 2925, * ESHB 2925, CH 109 (2016)
Fish and wildlife commission, lands acquired by, DFW management of: HB 1589
Forest land, public landowner road maintenance or abandonment, recreational access requirements: HB 2695, SHB 2695
Highway purposes, lands for, including improvements and airspace, rental or lease of, valuation requirements: SB 6623
Land use actions by certain state agencies, significant, empirical science use: HB 1963, SB 5622, SSB 5622
Parks and recreational land, acquired through conservation futures program, maintenance and operations funds: HB 2079, SB 5614
Recreation sites or lands, access with one discover pass or vehicle access pass for two vehicles: HB 1826
Recreation sites or lands, access without discover pass, vehicle access pass, or day-use permit, when: HB 1741, SHB 1741
Recreation sites or lands, individual and family passes, modifying provisions: SHB 1826
Recreation sites or lands, off-road vehicle access without discover pass, when: HB 2740, SB 5627
Recreation sites or lands, penalty amounts for pass/permit violations, disposition of: HB 2529, SB 6297, SSB 6297, 2SSB 6297
Resident curator program for state properties, initiating: SB 5071, SSB 5071
Sales of public lands, by governmental entities, remitting percentage to housing trust fund: HB 2049, SHB 2049
State agencies, public lands use plans, coordination with local government: HB 1371
State agencies, purchase of land within urban growth areas in Eastern Washington counties, prohibiting: HB 3008
State agency real estate assets, creating state real estate asset management office: HB 1452
State lands, noxious weeds on, lien proceedings for unpaid county board control action costs: SB 5769
State lands, sold or being sold, creating state land improvement financing area for: * HB 2842, CH 192 (2016), SB 6580
State natural resources agency land acquisition, same-county land sale requirement: HB 2092, SB 5872
Water bodies, access to, small public parcel parking requirements: HB 1056
Wildfires, citizen entering land to initiate control measures, legal immunity, when: HB 1699, HB 2093, * ESHB 2093, CH 182 (2015)
PUBLIC POLICY, INSTITUTE FOR  PUBLIC POLICY, INSTITUTE FOR RSS Feed
               
Chemical dependency and mental health involuntary treatment systems integration, studying: HB 1713
Child welfare services, institute performance-based contracts effects review, extending expiration: * EHB 2749, CH 184 (2016)
College tuition, alternative resident undergraduate growth factors, institute to study: * 2ESSB 5954, CH 36 (2015), SSB 6059
Commitment, involuntary, implementation of involuntary treatment act, institute to study: * E2SSB 5649, CH 269 (2015)
Commitment, involuntary, studying nonemergent detention and less restrictive alternative orders: HB 1288
Criminal offenders, community reentry programs effectiveness meta-analysis, institute to conduct: HB 2791, SHB 2791, * 2SHB 2791, CH 188 (2016)
Ferry vessel procurement, cost-benefit analysis by institute: * 2ESSB 5992, CH 14 (2015)
Fiscal analysis, nonpartisan agency for, work group to consider establishing, institute role: HB 1643, SB 5667
Higher education admissions, three- or four-track system transition, institute to study: HB 1147
Homeless youth, from birth to age ten, gathering and analyzing information concerning, institute role: HB 1928
Homelessness in Washington, causes and characteristics, statewide study of, institute role: SB 6671, SSB 6671
Instream flow rules, adopted by department of ecology, private property loss due to, institute to study: HB 2952
K-12 public school staff compensation, institute to contract for data analysis: HB 2366, ESHB 2366, SB 6195, SSB 6195, * E2SSB 6195, CH 3 (2016)
National guard youth challenge program, longitudinal outcome evaluation of, institute to conduct: SB 5942, SSB 5942
Paraeducators, effect on student outcomes of, institute to study: E2SSB 5179, SB 6408, SSB 6408, 2SSB 6408
Policing and the use of deadly force, task force on, institute to convene: SB 6621
Promise program, Washington, institute to study: HB 2820, SHB 2820, SB 6481
School safety and security programs, states', institute evaluation of: * ESB 6620, CH 240 (2016)
Student sleep, later start times and student achievement outcomes, institute to study: SSB 6429
Substance use disorder and mental health involuntary treatment systems integration, studying: ESHB 1713, 2SHB 1713, * E3SHB 1713, CH 29 (2016)
Teachers, certification, out-of-state teachers expedited process, institute review: * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Truancy, community truancy boards diversion petitions initial stay, institute to evaluate: 2SSB 6497
Truancy, local practices for reducing, institute to survey: HB 2449, SHB 2449, * 2SHB 2449, CH 205 (2016) PV
Vacation leave, minimum paid, studying impact of, institute role: HB 1163
PUBLIC RECORDS EXEMPTIONS ACCOUNTABILITY COMMITTEE  PUBLIC RECORDS EXEMPTIONS ACCOUNTABILITY COMMITTEE RSS Feed
               
Recommendations of committee, implementation: HB 1980, * ESHB 1980, CH 224 (2015) PV, SB 6020
PUBLIC TRANSIT  PUBLIC TRANSIT RSS Feed
               
Earl, Joan, her work at Sound Transit, recognizing her for: * HR 4675 (2016), * SR 8722 (2016)
Firearms on any mode of public transportation, local jurisdiction regulation of: HB 2460, SB 6351
Light rail, I-5 Columbia river bridge project, prohibiting expenditures on: SB 5319
Natural gas, compressed or liquefied, manufactured by municipality for municipal vehicles, B&O tax exemption: SHB 1966
Natural gas, compressed or liquefied, manufactured by transit agency for public transit, B&O tax exemption: HB 1966
Public transportation benefit areas, city's inclusion or exclusion, advising county via ordinance: * SHB 2427, CH 95 (2016), HB 2758
Public transportation benefit areas, contract or agreement with agency of adjoining state, voter approval for: HB 2997
Public transportation benefit areas, governing bodies of, proportional population-based representation: HB 2029, SHB 2029
Public transportation benefit areas, imposing sales and use tax, conditions: HB 1393, SHB 1393, HB 2864, SB 5326, SB 6590
Public transportation benefit areas, passenger-only ferry service districts, creating: HB 1221, SHB 1221, HB 1300, SB 5242, SB 5358, SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Public transportation benefit areas, sales and use tax options for revenue: HB 1300, SB 5358, SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Rail fixed guideway systems, safety and security oversight and reporting: HB 2649, SB 6358, * SSB 6358, CH 33 (2016)
Rail fixed guideway systems, utility facility removal or relocation due to, payment of costs of: HB 2672
Regional transit authorities, board members, election of: HB 1924
Regional transit authorities, board members, election, districts, and authority of : HB 2724, SB 6395
Regional transit authorities, high capacity transportation system property tax levies: HB 1180, SHB 1180, SB 5128, SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Regional transit authorities, motor vehicle excise tax levies by: SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Regional transit authorities, new counties, elections for adding: HB 1921, SB 5780
Regional transit authorities, property tax levies by: HB 1300, SB 5358
Regional transit authorities, rail fixed guideway systems, payment of utility facility removal or relocation costs: HB 2672
Regional transit authorities, rental or lease of lands, improvements, and airspace held for highway purposes: SB 6623
Regional transit authorities, sales and use tax offset fee paid by, deposit: * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Regional transit authorities, sales and use tax offset fee paid by, deposit in new account: HB 2288
Regional transit authorities, transportation facilities, parking impact mitigation: HB 1751, SB 5343, ESSB 5343
Revenue for transportation, increasing from multiple sources: HB 1300, SB 5358, SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Sound Transit, Joan Earl's work at, recognizing her for: * HR 4675 (2016), * SR 8722 (2016)
Systems, central Puget Sound, DOT and municipality reporting: HB 1842, * ESHB 1842, CH 11 (2015)
Systems, central Puget Sound, transit coordination grant program, creating: * ESHB 1842, CH 11 (2015)
Transit agencies, when high capacity transportation system plans rejected by voters, requirement: SB 5187
Transit authorities, DOT projects to evaluate environmental impacts to transit operations: HB 2757
Transit capital grant program, creating: HB 1300, SB 5358
Workforce housing, affordable near transit station, lodging tax use for loans or grants: HB 1223, * SHB 1223, CH 102 (2015), SB 5208, SSB 5208
PUBLIC UTILITIES  (See UTILITIES)
PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICTS  (See UTILITIES)
PUBLIC UTILITY TAX  (See TAXES - PUBLIC UTILITY TAX)
PUBLIC WORKS  PUBLIC WORKS RSS Feed
               (See also COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS; MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; PUBLIC FUNDS AND ACCOUNTS; ROADS AND HIGHWAYS)
Alternative process for contract-awarding, U of W medical facilities: HB 1693, SHB 1693, SB 5141, SSB 5141, ESB 6617
Alternative public works contracting, job order contracts, maximum total dollar amount for certain cities: HB 1957
Alternative public works contracting, job order requirements, applying to department of enterprise services, when: HB 1634, * SB 5203, CH 173 (2015)
Applications for projects, prioritization of: HB 1959, HB 2146, SHB 2146, 2SHB 2146, SB 6637
Apprentice utilization, certain public works contracts, requirements: * 2ESB 5993, CH 40 (2015), SB 6031
Apprentice utilization, for certain tax preferences: HB 1038, SHB 1038
Apprentice utilization, labor hours percentage compliance as responsible bidder criterion: HB 2846, SB 6574
Apprentice utilization, modifying definition of labor hours for: * HB 1595, CH 48 (2015), SB 5734
Art, for higher education buildings, expending part of allocation during design phase, when: HB 2755, SHB 2755, SB 6409, SSB 6409
Art, for public buildings, eliminating purchases with public building construction appropriations: SB 5190
Bidding and contracts, best investment selection bidding process, authorizing as option: SB 5970
Bidding and contracts, building trades prime contractor must list for, adding building envelope: HB 1754, ESHB 1754
Bidding, responsible bidder criteria to include prevailing wage and public works training: HB 2844, SB 6571
Bidding, responsible bidder criteria to include wage payment laws compliance: HB 1089, SHB 1089, SB 5050
Bidding, supplemental bidder criteria, optional: HB 1711
Capital construction funds and accounts, state, inactive or obsolete statutes: * EHB 1859, CH 4 (2015), SB 5723
Cities, first-class, having employees perform projects, dollar threshold limitation for: HB 2953
Contractors, retainage bonds, requirements: HB 1575, * SHB 1575, CH 280 (2015)
Contracts, contractor payroll and apprentice utilization reporting to DES, requirements: SB 6031
Contracts, with county, provision requiring actions in superior court, void, when: * HB 1601, CH 138 (2015)
Counties, riverine or storm water project, having employees perform public works, dollar threshold limitation for: HB 2590, SHB 2590
Disaster areas, designated, area creation and public works financing with bonds and local sales and use tax: HB 2551, SB 6316, SSB 6316, 2SSB 6316
Discrimination, federal and state laws prohibiting, contractor compliance: SB 5462
Infrastructure, essential public, public works financing assistance program, establishing: 2ESB 5624
Infrastructure, local needs, periodic assessment of: SB 6637
Infrastructure, local needs, periodic assessment of and federal funding for: HB 1959, HB 2146, SHB 2146, 2SHB 2146
Infrastructure, public, state debt guarantee for, constitutional amendment to allow: 2ESJR 8204
Infrastructure, Washington investment trust, creating for funding of: HB 2967, SB 5553
Infrastructure, Washington publicly owned trust, creating for funding of: SB 5971
Loan interest rates, requirements and factors when determining: HB 1959, HB 2146, SHB 2146, 2SHB 2146, SB 6637
Loans, preconstruction and construction, investment grade efficiency audits for: HB 1959
Minority and women's business enterprises, regulatory oversight and investigation by, increasing: HB 1044
Prevailing wage, rate of, establishment through collective bargaining agreements: HB 1231, SB 6573
Prevailing wages, determining for certain trades, pilot project: HB 1254, SB 5951
Prevailing wages, establishing, stratified random sampling methodology for: HB 1073, SB 5775, SSB 5775
Prevailing wages, exemption, certain workers on transportation projects: HB 2014
Prevailing wages, exemption, for certain small cities: SB 5707
Prevailing wages, exemption, for public works youth recreation projects that include gang involvement prevention: SB 5931
Prevailing wages, exemption, for work performed by nonprofit organizations: HB 2015, SB 5953
Prevailing wages, in relation to tax preferences claimed by subsidy recipient on publicly subsidized work: SB 6654
Prevailing wages, intent and affidavit submission, contractor exemption, when: HB 1075, SB 5952, SSB 5952
Prevailing wages, intent statement, posting of, failure: HB 2803, SB 6572
Prevailing wages, limiting to labor at "site of the work": HB 1456
Prevailing wages, local government authority to opt out, when: HB 1455
Prevailing wages, optional electronic wage survey completion: * 2ESB 5993, CH 40 (2015)
Prevailing wages, residential construction: SB 5759
Prevailing wages, responsible bidder criteria to include public works training concerning: HB 2844, SB 6571
Prevailing wages, survey data from interested parties: HB 1074, SB 5950
Prevailing wages, survey tracking: HB 1072, SB 5774
Prevailing wages, to be applicable to publicly subsidized projects: SB 6615, SB 6654
Prevailing wages, various trades: HB 1254, SB 5951
Prevailing wages, violations, protections for employees reporting: HB 1354, SHB 1354, 2SHB 1354, SB 5569
Prevailing wages, worker wages recovery time period under laws governing: HB 2845, SB 6575
Public works assistance account, local government loan repayment amounts to, forgiving, when: SB 6508
Public works assistance account, management by public works board: HB 1959, SB 6508
School construction assistance program, dividing certain districts for space allocation purposes: HB 2161
School construction assistance program, educational space exclusions for: HB 2985, * SHB 2985, CH 159 (2016)
School construction assistance program, funding percentage, cost allowance, and space allocations: HB 2161, SB 5859
School facilities, to support STEM literacy and all-day kindergarten, grant programs: SB 5478
Schools, construction, labor and materials sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1583, SB 5927
Schools, siting inside and outside urban growth areas, creating legislative task force on school siting to consider: ESHB 1420
Schools, siting outside urban growth areas, authority for counties, when: HB 1420, HB 2586
Small public works projects, contractor retainage bonds and performance bonds, dollar thresholds: HB 2129, SB 5912
Small works roster, actions against retainage, unpaid wages and benefits recovery to be first priority: SHB 2933, 2SHB 2933
Small works roster, uniform, use by state agencies and local governments, authorizing: HB 2722, SHB 2933, 2SHB 2933, SB 6393, SSB 6393
Small works rosters, state agencies and local governments using, use of limited public works process by: HB 2722, HB 2933, SHB 2933, 2SHB 2933, SB 6393, SSB 6393
Subsidized public works, recipients of certain tax preferences or loans, apprentice utilization by: HB 1038, SHB 1038
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Applications for projects, board prioritization of: HB 1959, HB 2146, SHB 2146, 2SHB 2146, SB 6637
Federal agencies, grant or loan from board, requirements: HB 2480, SHB 2480
Infrastructure, essential public, public works financing assistance program, establishing, board role: 2ESB 5624
Infrastructure, local needs, board to periodically assess: SB 6637
Infrastructure, local needs, board to periodically assess and maximize federal funding for: HB 1959, HB 2146, SHB 2146, 2SHB 2146
Loan interest rates, requirements and factors when board determines: HB 1959, HB 2146, SHB 2146, 2SHB 2146, SB 6637
Loans, preconstruction and construction, investment grade efficiency audits for, board role: HB 1959
Membership, increasing members and authorizing alternate members: HB 1959, HB 2146, SHB 2146, 2SHB 2146, SB 6637
Public water systems, financial assistance activities, transferring board role: HB 1464, * 2ESB 5251, CH 111 (2016)
Public works assistance account, management by board: HB 1959, HB 2146, SHB 2146, 2SHB 2146, SB 6508, SB 6637