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SALARIES  (See WAGES AND HOURS)
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               (See also CONSUMER PROTECTION; FIREARMS; TAXES - SALES TAX)
Bags, checkout bags, restrictions and requirements: HB 2404
Bags, plastic carryout bags, restricting certain local ordinances and establishing requirements for stores and manufacturers: HB 2250
Bags, plastic shopping bags, excise tax when supplied by seller to buyer: SB 5863
Bags, retail checkout, restrictions: HB 1877, SB 5780
Beer, sales by beer and/or wine specialty shop licensees, allowing sales in sanitary containers: SB 5711
Beer, sales by grocery store licensees, allowing sales in sanitary container brought by purchaser: SB 5710
Breweries, domestic, allowing microbrewery to sell another brewery's beer from its premises: SB 5709
Cannabis, regulation, sales, and taxation: HB 1550, SB 5598
Children's products, prohibiting manufacture, sale, or distribution of TRIS-containing products: EHB 2821
Coal tar asphalt sealant, prohibiting sale and use: HB 1721, * ESHB 1721, CH 268 (2011)
Credit or debit card, payment by, prohibiting certain seller conditions: HB 1534, SHB 1534
Debt collection agencies, classifying charges for services as retail sales for excise tax purposes: HB 2102
Digital goods and codes, nonresident retail sales tax exemption, amending: HB 1936, * SB 5763, CH 7 (2011)
Digital goods and codes, nonresident retail sales tax exemption, application process: HB 2117
Digital goods and codes, nonresident retail sales tax exemption, changing to a refund program: SB 6061
Digital goods and codes, nonresident retail sales tax exemption, repealing: HB 2078, HB 2157
Electronic products, energy efficiency standards: HB 1003, SHB 1003
Explosives dealers, sellers, manufacturers, and storage, licensing provisions: SB 5254
Fertilizers, phosphorus-containing, restrictions on and sale: HB 1271, SB 5194, SSB 5194
Fertilizers, phosphorus-containing, restrictions on sale: HB 1489, * ESHB 1489, CH 73 (2011) PV
Food service products, prohibiting use of certain polystyrene products by food service businesses: SB 5779
Food, religiously or ceremonially prepared, labeling requirements for selling: HB 2376
Gift cards and gift certificates, distinguishing from prepaid wireless services: * HB 1867, CH 213 (2011), SB 5696
Home appliances, extended warranties for, manufacturer to provide consumer with written statement concerning appliance: SB 6039
Hydronic heaters, comprehensive regulatory revision: HB 1766
Information technology, misappropriated and used for manufacturing and sales, unfair competition statutes: HB 1495, * SHB 1495, CH 98 (2011), SB 5449, ESSB 5449
Lead fishing products, prohibiting sale and purchase in certain cases: HB 2241
Liquor, beer, from tap to sanitary container on premises: HB 1244, SB 5302, SB 5710, SB 5711
Liquor, closure of all state liquor stores, process and timeline: SB 5933
Liquor, converting state's retail liquor sales to full contract liquor store system: HB 1116
Liquor, pilot project to allow spirits sampling in state liquor and contract stores: HB 1202, * ESHB 1202, CH 186 (2011), SB 5150, SSB 5150
Liquor, retail and distribution, privatization: SB 5111, SB 5933, SB 5953
Liquor, retail sales of spirits, calculating sales tax per liter: HB 2782, SB 6595
Liquor, retail sales, pilot project for colocation of contract liquor stores in grocery stores: HB 2043, SB 5917
Liquor, retail, penalties for retail licensees cited by liquor control board for selling alcohol to a person under twenty-one: SB 5219
Liquor, sales of spirits by craft distilleries at farmers markets: SB 5650, SSB 5650
Liquor-related products, selling in state and contract liquor stores: HB 2043
Liquor-related products, selling in state liquor stores: HB 1529, HB 2038, SB 5916
Marijuana, regulation, sales, and taxation of cannabis: HB 1550, SB 5598
Memorial markers, restricting sales by cemetery districts: HB 1819, SB 6043
Mercury-containing lights, product stewardship organizations, environmental handling charges and antitrust law immunity: SB 6538, SSB 6538
Milk, direct sales, exemption from regulations for small scale farms: SB 5648
Motor vehicle dealers, certain small counties, engaging in dealer activity without a license: SB 6569
Nonprofit organizations, items purchased from organization conducting fund-raising activities, use tax exemption: SB 5765
Paint, copper-containing antifouling paint, phasing out use on recreational vessels: HB 1785, SHB 1785, SB 5436, * SSB 5436, CH 248 (2011)
Personal property, sales of tangible, amending nonresident retail sales tax exemption: HB 1936, * SB 5763, CH 7 (2011)
Personal property, sales of tangible, changing nonresident retail sales tax exemption to a refund program: SB 6061
Personal property, sales of tangible, nonresident retail sales tax exemption application process: HB 2117
Personal property, sales of tangible, repealing nonresident retail sales tax exemption: HB 2078, HB 2157
Products, children's products, prohibiting manufacture, sale, or distribution of TRIS-containing products: EHB 2821
Retail sales tax, sellers to separately state when advertising that sales tax is included in price: HB 2619
Roll your own tobacco machines, prohibiting at retail establishments: SB 6564
Sellers of travel, transaction of business by, modifying provisions: HB 1316, SHB 1316
Shark finning activities to constitute unlawful trade in shark fins, penalties: SB 5688, * SSB 5688, CH 324 (2011)
Solid fuel burning devices, assessing additional fee for each retail sale: HB 2166, SB 6077
Tobacco products, noncigarette, sales restrictions and prohibitions, violations and penalties: HB 1246, SHB 1246, SB 5380
SALES TAX  (See TAXES - SALES TAX)
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Fish habitat improvement projects, liability of landowners and timber owners for personal injury, death, or property damage: HB 2597
Hatcheries, salmonid, modifying department-partner management agreement provisions: HB 2650, ESHB 2650
Pacific salmon enhancement, funding projects by grants from salmon enhancement assessment dedicated account: HB 1821, SB 5453
Puget Sound commercial salmon commission, creation and duties: HB 1642
Puget Sound, collection of Puget Sound salmon enhancement assessment: HB 1821, SB 5453
Puget Sound, recreational fishing opportunities, use of artificial salmon rearing by department of fish and wildlife: * HB 1698, CH 266 (2011), SB 5291
Puget Sound, standardizing of fishing time for gill net and purse seine gear: HB 1210
Spawning beds, prohibiting activities that disturb: HB 1906, SB 5854, SB 6297
SAME-SEX MARRIAGE  (See DOMESTIC PARTNERS; DOMESTIC RELATIONS)
SCHOOL EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM  (See RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS  SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               (See also BLIND, STATE SCHOOL; PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, SUPERINTENDENT)
A.C. Davis High School Pirates boys basketball team, honoring: * HR 4684 (2012)
Administrators, alternate early retirement eligibility, service credit calculation: HB 1851
Aerospace careers, STEM courses, grants for high schools and skill centers: * EHB 2159, CH 1 (2011), SB 5975
After-school programs, participants, personal information public records exemption: * ESSB 5098, CH 173 (2011), SSB 5314
AIDS education, requiring signed parental confirmation: HB 1604
Alcohol sales, liquor licenses, distance requirements for issuance to businesses located near schools: SB 5285
Alternative learning experiences, districts to be prohibited from identifying as home-based instruction: HB 1499, SB 5142, SSB 5142
Alternative learning experiences, funding allocation adjustments for students enrolled in: HB 2065, * ESHB 2065, CH 34 (2011)
Alternative learning experiences, modifying contract-based learning, assessment, and other provisions: HB 2209, SHB 2209
Alternative learning experiences, provisions concerning contract-based learning programs, dropout recovery programs, and academic assessment system: SB 6513
American heritage act, prohibiting censoring or restricting of certain instruction based on religious references: HB 2377
Arts education month, recognizing: * SR 8689 (2012)
Arts education, celebrating: * HR 4609 (2011), * HR 4679 (2012)
Artworks for public school buildings, suspending expenditure of moneys by arts commission for acquisition of art works: SB 6042
Assessments, district disclosure of information about to parents or guardians: HB 2633, HB 2831
Assessments, elementary and middle school, parent or guardian opportunity to excuse child from participation in state or federal assessments: HB 2831
Assessments, end-of-course, for high school mathematics: * HB 1412, CH 25 (2011), SB 5227
Assessments, end-of-course, for high school science: HB 1410, * ESHB 1410, CH 22 (2011), SB 5226
Assessments, high school assessment system, mathematics retake assessment: SHB 1330
Assessments, high school assessment system, temporary changes to relieve fiscal and student strain: HB 1330
Assessments, high school science, alternative to meeting science standard on statewide assessment: * ESHB 1410, CH 22 (2011)
Assessments, high school, establishing and achieving mathematics and science growth targets: SB 5479
Assessments, statewide, legislature to be advised concerning performance standards: HB 2115, * ESHB 2115, CH 6 (2011)
Assessments, statewide, reducing costs by reducing assessment requirements: HB 2231
Assessments, statewide, temporarily setting aside assessment for science: HB 2797, SB 6314
Attendance and enrollment of WorkFirst recipient's school-aged children, using as outcome measure for program: SSB 6153
Attendance, age of compulsory school attendance, changing: HB 1633, HB 2199
Attendance, by children of state assistance recipients, requiring parents or legal guardians to ensure regular attendance: SB 6153
Auditing committees, composed of student members, creation at each higher education institution: HB 2478, SB 6390
Baccalaureate degree programs, three-year, public high schools to inform students and parents concerning opportunities: SB 6029, SSB 6029
Basic education and funding, implementation schedule: SB 5475, SSB 5475, SB 5919, * ESSB 5919, CH 27 (2011) PV
Basic education and funding, various changes: * ESSB 5919, CH 27 (2011) PV
Basic education funding joint legislative work group, establishing: SB 6618
Basic education, comprehensive funding for: * HB 2824, CH 10 (2012)
Basic education, crucial subject areas, to include technology: SB 5392, * SSB 5392, CH 280 (2011)
Basic education, establishing joint select committee on education finance and accountability: HB 2818
Basic education, establishing joint task force on education funding: * HB 2824, CH 10 (2012)
Basic education, expenditure prioritization, appropriations to be made in legislation separate from omnibus appropriations acts: HB 1415, HJR 4210
Basic education, revising goals: HB 2380
Board elections, allowing students fourteen and older to vote: SB 5621
Boards, candidates for school board, extending contribution limits to include: * HB 2210, CH 202 (2012)
Budget reductions, revising education provisions as part of implementation: HB 1251, SHB 1251, SB 5093, SSB 5093
Budget, K-12 appropriations, revising 2011 second special session appropriations for 2012-2013: HB 2770
Buildings, major facility projects, constructing public buildings using high-performance methods: * SSB 5300, CH 99 (2011)
Buildings, major facility projects, using Washington state-based resources in constructing public buildings: SB 5300
Bullying and harassment prevention, work group to be convened: HB 1163, SHB 1163, * 2SHB 1163, CH 185 (2011)
Buses, allowing advertising and educational material on school buses: SB 5220
Buses, automated school bus safety cameras, proper use for detecting traffic infractions: SB 5540, * SSB 5540, CH 375 (2011)
Buses, district reimbursement rates and maintenance standards: SB 5476
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, establishing as graduation requirement: HB 2294
Career and technical education, secondary, convening work group to develop statewide strategic plan: HB 1710, * SHB 1710, CH 267 (2011)
Career and technical education, support of student organizations and acceptance of high school courses for college credit: HB 1168
Career exploration partnership zone program, establishment as part of career pathways act: HB 2170, SHB 2170, 2SHB 2170, SB 6119
Career pathways act, encouraging multiple career pathways: HB 2170, SHB 2170, 2SHB 2170, SB 6119
Catholic schools, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4617 (2011), * SR 8617 (2011), * SR 8687 (2012)
Charter school commission, establishment: HB 2428, SB 6202
Charter schools, authorization, establishment, and operation: HB 2428, SB 6202
Child abuse, public school education child abuse prevention program: SB 5853
Child care centers, in publicly owned buildings, unified licensing requirements: HB 1776
Child care centers, in publicly owned or operated buildings, unified licensing requirements: SHB 1776
Child care programs, in buildings containing public or private schools, licensing requirements: * E2SHB 1776, CH 359 (2011)
Child care providers, exemption from district record check requirements: HB 2658, SHB 2658
Civic education and educators, honoring: * SR 8622 (2011)
Civic education, recognizing: * SR 8690 (2012)
Civic educators in Washington state, honoring: * HR 4631 (2011)
Civil rights, history of, encouraging classroom instruction: * SB 5174, CH 44 (2011)
Class size reductions, funding by narrowing and repealing certain tax exemptions: HB 2078
Class size reductions, funding by narrowing certain tax exemptions: SHB 2078
Clothing and supplies for students, sales and use tax holiday: HB 2644
Collaborative schools for innovation and success pilot project, creation: HB 2799, * ESHB 2799, CH 53 (2012)
College credit, launch year program to allow postsecondary credit for senior year coursework: HB 1808, SHB 1808, * E2SHB 1808, CH 77 (2011), SB 5616, SSB 5616, 2SSB 5616
College credit, master list of qualifying proficiency examination scores, adding examinations by a national multidisciplinary STEM program: * ESB 5974, CH 3 (2011)
College credit, master list of qualifying proficiency examination scores, adding project lead the way examinations: HB 2158
Commission on statewide school district reorganization, establishment: HB 1325
Common core standards, delaying adoption and implementation: HB 1891
Compensation system for educators, technical working group duties concerning: SB 5959
Construction assistance for schools, calculations for, ensuring host school not penalized for entirety of shared or colocated facility: * SSB 6038, CH 245 (2012), SB 6040
Construction assistance funding formula for schools, adjustments to reflect all-day kindergarten and alternative learning: HB 2184, SB 6002, * SSB 6002, CH 244 (2012)
Construction, funding education construction and equipment with lottery revenue bonds: HB 2792, SHB 2792
Courseware developed with state funds, developing library of openly licensed K-12 courseware: * E2SHB 2337, CH 178 (2012)
Courseware developed with state funds, placing under creative commons attribution license: HB 2336, HB 2337, SHB 2337, SB 6231, SB 6460
Credit, high school, each district to define: HB 1443, SHB 1443, E2SHB 1443, HB 2111, HB 2447
Cunningham, Frank, honoring: * SR 8675 (2012)
Day and hour requirements, district exemption eligibility and procedures: HB 1607, SB 5511
Defibrillators, automated external defibrillator program, establishment for each high school: SB 6562
Defibrillators, automated external, as part of new medical emergency response program for each high school: SB 6631
Department of education, creation as an executive branch agency: HB 1973, SB 5639, SSB 5639
Disabilities, students with cognitive challenges, developing meaningful assessment: HB 1519, SHB 1519, * 2SHB 1519, CH 75 (2011)
Districts, apportionments to, delaying for 2012-13 school year: HB 2129, SHB 2129
Districts, authority to provide access to K-12 campuses for occupational and educational information, requirements: HB 1470, SHB 1470, SB 5189, SSB 5189
Districts, board of education rules not fully funded by legislature to be voluntary, conditions: HB 2543, SB 6320
Districts, collaborative schools for innovation and success pilot project, including district agreement with a college of education: HB 2799, * ESHB 2799, CH 53 (2012)
Districts, equalization of district salary allocations: SB 5568
Districts, establishment of commission on statewide school district reorganization and development of comprehensive plan: HB 1325
Districts, exemption from school day and hour requirements, eligibility and procedures: HB 1607, SB 5511
Districts, financial affairs audits by state auditor, revising schedule: HB 2699, HB 2795, SB 6594
Districts, financial affairs, requirements for periodic examinations of: HB 2699, HB 2795, SB 6594
Districts, financial insolvency and dissolution: HB 1431, * SHB 1431, CH 192 (2011), HB 2617, * SHB 2617, CH 186 (2012)
Districts, fiscal and performance audits by state auditor: 2SHB 2538, HB 2835
Districts, implementing omnibus budget compensation reductions through hour and day requirement waivers: SB 5829
Districts, innovation schools and innovation zones, creation and comprehensive provisions: HB 1546, SHB 1546, * E2SHB 1546, CH 260 (2011), SB 5792
Districts, local effort assistance funds, distribution schedule and matching ratios: HB 2813
Districts, looping students and teachers in successive grade levels: HB 2164
Districts, membership in Washington state school directors' association: HB 1974
Districts, nonhigh school, eliminating reimbursement fees: SB 6084
Districts, orders for warrants and warrant registers, sending in electronic format with facsimile signatures: * HB 2485, CH 209 (2012)
Districts, participation in STEM teacher certification pilot program: SB 5725
Districts, priority safety net funding when providing basic education to individuals residing in residential habilitation centers: HB 2720, SHB 2720
Districts, public records requests, authority to charge for reasonable costs of responding: SB 6576
Districts, purchase of employee health insurance through health care authority: SB 5612, SB 5613
Districts, purchasing of Washington grown food and other goods, bid requirements: SB 6183
Districts, required action districts, adding social emotional learning to criteria for academic audits of lowest-achieving schools: SB 6117
Districts, required assessments for elementary and middle school students, parent or guardian opportunity to excuse child from participation: HB 2831
Districts, required assessments, disclosure of information about to parents or guardians: HB 2633, HB 2831
Districts, revising district procedural and curricular requirements to provide flexibility: HB 1025
Districts, revising provisions concerning learning assistance funds, assessments, and fiscal and performance audits: HB 2538, SHB 2538, SB 6323
Districts, role under excellent teachers for every student act: SB 5914
Districts, school district employer pooled benefits: HB 2666, SB 6553
Districts, second-class, compliance reports: SB 5184, * SSB 5184, CH 45 (2011)
Districts, state requirements for, revising provisions to ease burden on districts: HB 2333
Districts, transformation zone district, establishment: HB 2428, SB 6202
Districts, truancy, removing district civil action petition requirements: HB 2835
Districts, truancy, revising statutory provisions: SHB 1530, HB 2835
Districts, truancy, temporarily suspending district civil action petition requirements: HB 1530
Districts, waiver of certain state requirements: HB 1414
Dropout reduction and graduation improvement, superintendent of public instruction to assist schools and districts: HB 1443, SHB 1443, E2SHB 1443, HB 2111
Dropout reduction, creating pay for actual student success program: HB 1599, SHB 1599, * E2SHB 1599, CH 288 (2011) PV
Dropout reduction, provisions of youth school dropout reduction and crime prevention act: SB 5317
Education construction fund, discontinuing funds appropriation for student achievement program: * HB 2824, CH 10 (2012)
Education construction fund, reducing funding for: HB 2823, * ESHB 2823, CH 5 (2012), SB 6377, SB 6618
Education enrichment account, creation and funding through income tax on high income earners: SB 6548
Education legacy trust account, use of money deposited into account for support of common schools: * HB 2824, CH 10 (2012)
Education system, modifying statutory provisions to provide flexibility: SB 5191, SSB 5191
Education, department of, creation as an executive branch agency: HB 1973, SB 5639, SSB 5639
Educational opportunity gap, implementing achievement gap oversight and accountability committee recommendations: HB 1669
Educational service districts, 2010-11 school year schedule for apportionment to districts for school districts: HB 1252, HB 1354, * ESHB 1354, CH 4 (2011), SB 5472
Educational service districts, apportionments to school districts, delaying for 2012-13 school year: HB 2129, SHB 2129
Educational service districts, purchase of employee health insurance through health care authority: SB 5612, SB 5613
Educational service districts, recommending legal framework and process for school district financial insolvency and dissolution: * SHB 1431, CH 192 (2011)
Educational staff associates, performance-based reduction in force: HB 1609
Educational success for youth and alumni of foster care act: HB 2254, * SHB 2254, CH 163 (2012), SB 6374
Educator certificates, application processing fee to be charged: HB 1449, * ESHB 1449, CH 23 (2011)
Elementary schools, mathematics instruction by elementary mathematics specialists: HB 1600, * SHB 1600, CH 209 (2011)
Employees, background investigation and screening: HB 1934
Employees, benefits, reforming benefits purchasing: SB 5940
Employees, benefits, school district employer pooled benefits: HB 2666, SB 6553
Employees, certificated and classified, district assignment policies, expanding staff assignment elements for consideration: SB 6537
Employees, certificated classroom teachers, performance-based reduction in force: HB 1609, SB 5399
Employees, certificated instructional staff with national board certification, limiting bonus for: HB 2804
Employees, certificated, deadlines for contract nonrenewal notices: HB 2110, 2SHB 2538
Employees, certificated, deadlines for nonrenewal of contract or transferal notices: 2SHB 2538
Employees, certificated, new teacher and principal evaluation systems and professional development related to implementation of systems: * ESSB 5895, CH 35 (2012)
Employees, certificated, revised teacher and principal evaluation systems: SSB 5896
Employees, certificated, to be considered provisional after consecutive unsatisfactory evaluations: HB 2309, HB 2427, SB 6203, SB 6278
Employees, certificated, use of summative comprehensive evaluation performance ratings for: HB 2537, SB 6177
Employees, compensation, district implementation of reductions through hour and day requirement waivers: SB 5829
Employees, cost-of-living increases, funding through retail sales tax: HB 2763
Employees, educational staff associates, performance-based reduction in force: HB 1609
Employees, former school district employees, rates of vacation leave accrual when subsequently a state employee: HB 2189
Employees, health benefits, amending various provisions: HB 2829, * ESSB 5940, CH 3 (2012)
Employees, health benefits, creating consolidated purchasing system and community-rated risk pool: HB 2724, SB 6442, SSB 6442
Employees, health benefits, creating school employees' benefits board: HB 2724, SB 6442, SSB 6442
Employees, health care insurance benefits to include wellness incentives: SB 5869
Employees, ongoing suspension of cost-of-living increases: HB 1132, SHB 1132, SB 5470
Employees, ongoing suspension of cost-of-living increases, certain bonuses, and application of certain credits: * 2SHB 1132, CH 18 (2011)
Employees, repealing cost-of-living increases: SB 6377, SB 6618
Employees, savings plan, creation of public employees' savings plan: SB 5908
Employees, school and educational service districts, purchase of employee health insurance through health care authority: SB 5612, SB 5613
Employees, TRS and SERS retirement systems, allowing for foregone compensation when calculating earnable compensation: HB 1787
Epinephrine auto-injectors, placing in schools: SB 6593
Evaluation systems for teachers and principals, establishing statewide implementation plan: HB 2334, SB 6317
Evaluation systems for teachers and principals, incorporating in-service training or continuing education and developing online training package for new system: HB 2165, SB 6318
Evaluation systems for teachers and principals, revised: SSB 5896
Excellent teachers for every student act: SB 5914
Family engagement coordinators, allocations and requirements: HB 2470
Federal forest revolving account, allocation of revenue for public schools: HB 1331, SB 5239, * SSB 5239, CH 278 (2011)
Financial education public-private partnership, membership: * HB 1594, CH 262 (2011)
Financial education, adoption of jumpstart coalition national standards in K-12 personal finance education: * HB 1594, CH 262 (2011)
Financial education, online, superintendent of public instruction to implement: HB 1684
Financial literacy, establishment as a high school graduation requirement: HB 2268
Fire prevention activities in schools, appropriation of funds from fire service training account for: * ESHB 2747, CH 173 (2012)
Fiscal notes, process for legislation uniquely affecting districts: * EHB 1703, CH 140 (2011)
Food, purchasing of Washington grown foods, bid requirements: SB 6183
Foster care, youth in and alumni of, changing various programs to improve educational success of: HB 2254, * SHB 2254, CH 163 (2012), SB 6374
Funding for education, modifying state expenditure limit to decrease non-education spending: SB 6567
Funding for schools, establishing joint select committee on article IX litigation to address: * HCR 4410 (2012)
Global challenge states, eliminating the goal of global challenge state funding levels: HB 1451
Gonzaga Prep Bullpups basketball team, recognizing: * SR 8658 (2011)
Graduation requirements, eliminating statewide assessment as a requirement for high school graduation: HB 1463
Graduation requirements, establishing cardiopulmonary resuscitation as requirement: HB 2294
Graduation requirements, establishing financial literacy as a high school graduation requirement: HB 2268
Graduation requirements, revising to emphasize core knowledge and skills: HB 2411
Graduation requirements, revising various, including culminating project requirement: HB 2538, SHB 2538, SB 6323
Granite Falls High School, honoring Shopgirls: * HR 4634 (2011), * SR 8648 (2011)
Gun safety, Eddie Eagle gun safety program, using in preschools, early learning programs, and schools: SJM 8020
Health and fitness education, to include mental health and suicide prevention education: SHB 1163, * 2SHB 1163, CH 185 (2011), HB 1270
Health care, district contracts with direct practice health providers: HB 1790, * ESHB 1790, CH 269 (2011)
Higher education committee, joint, creation: * E2SHB 2483, CH 229 (2012) PV, SSB 6232, E2SSB 6232
Higher education remedial courses, charge back system for reimbursement of higher education institutions by school districts: HB 1816
Highly capable students program, requirements for rules adoption: SB 6118
Highly capable students program, strengthening: HB 2506, SB 6246
Immunization, exemption from public school requirements: HB 1015, * ESB 5005, CH 299 (2011)
Indian education division, creation within office of superintendent of public instruction: HB 1829, SB 5687
Initiative 728, mandatory allocations for student achievement program under, eliminating: * HB 2824, CH 10 (2012), SB 6273
Initiative 728, setting aside provisions: SB 6618
Initiative 732, setting aside provisions: SB 6618
Innovation schools and innovation zones, creation and comprehensive provisions: HB 1546, SHB 1546, * E2SHB 1546, CH 260 (2011), SB 5792
Innovation schools, process for identifying and recognizing: * HB 1521, CH 202 (2011), SB 5726, SSB 5726
Instructional material used in public schools, public access to: HB 2381
Insurance, health benefits, amending various provisions: HB 2829, * ESSB 5940, CH 3 (2012)
Insurance, health benefits, establishing consolidated purchasing system for school employees: HB 2724, SB 6442, SSB 6442
International baccalaureate diploma programme, completion, qualifying for high school diploma as a consequence: HB 1524, * SHB 1524, CH 203 (2011)
International student exchange, registration of programs: SB 6282
Interpreters, educational, assessments and performance standards: HB 2765
Interscholastic activities, establishing the Knight act: * ESSB 6383, CH 155 (2012)
Interscholastic activities, Washington interscholastic activities association penalties: SB 6383, * ESSB 6383, CH 155 (2012)
Joint select committee on education accountability, reestablishment as joint select committee on education finance and accountability: HB 2818
Joint task force on education funding, establishment: * HB 2824, CH 10 (2012)
K-12 appropriations, requiring enacting into law before action on other omnibus appropriations legislation: HB 2533, HB 2780
K-12 campuses, access for occupational and educational information, requirements: HB 1470, SHB 1470, SB 5189, SSB 5189
K-12 employees' health benefits pool, establishment of interagency agreements for voluntary enrollment: SB 5940
K-20 telecommunications system, creation and role of K-20 operations cooperative: HB 1841, SHB 1841, SB 5761, SB 5931, * ESSB 5931, CH 43 (2011) PV
K-3 class size reductions, funding by narrowing and repealing certain tax exemptions: HB 2078
K-3 class size reductions, funding by narrowing certain tax exemptions: SHB 2078
K-4 class size reductions, funding by tax on gross income over one million dollars: HB 2766
Kamiak High School, honoring boys swimming and diving team: * HR 4643 (2011)
Kidnapping offenders, registered, notice to school when offender is attending: HB 1208, SB 5203, * SSB 5203, CH 337 (2011)
Kindergarten, readiness assessment, use by certain schools: HB 1443, SHB 1443, E2SHB 1443, HB 2111, HB 2470
Kindergarten, state-funded full-day, repealing nonresident sales tax exemption to provide funding for: HB 2534, HB 2791
Kindergarten, state-funded full-day, using student assessment process: HB 1510, SHB 1510, 2SHB 1510, SB 5427, SSB 5427, * 2SSB 5427, CH 340 (2011)
Kindergarten, Washington inventory of developing skills, convening work group concerning: * ESHB 2586, CH 51 (2012)
Kindergarten, Washington inventory of developing skills, phasing-in statewide implementation: HB 2586, * ESHB 2586, CH 51 (2012), SB 6326
Kiona-Benton High School, honoring wrestler Sheridan McDonald: * SR 8660 (2011)
Knives and other sharp edge bladed weapons, carrying and possessing on school grounds and transportation: HB 1734
Laboratory school partnership program, creation: HB 2606, SB 6348
Launch year act: * E2SHB 1808, CH 77 (2011)
Launch year program, allowing postsecondary credit for senior year coursework: HB 1808, SHB 1808, * E2SHB 1808, CH 77 (2011), SB 5616, SSB 5616, 2SSB 5616
Levies, for schools, authorizing further additional maintenance and operation levies in certain cases: SB 6099
Levies, for schools, impact on maximum levy amounts of elimination of nonhigh school reimbursement fees: SB 6084
Levies, for schools, modifying district levy base calculation in relation to Initiative 728 allocation rate: * HB 2824, CH 10 (2012)
Levies, for schools, modifying lid limit provisions: HB 2813
Levies, for schools, preserving levy base and collecting voter-approved funds: HB 1815, SHB 1815, SB 5652
Levies, for schools, preserving levy base by including amount equivalent to education jobs fund allocation: HB 1814, SHB 1814, SB 5651
Lewis and Clark High School Lady Tigers basketball team, recognizing: * SR 8658 (2011)
Lighthouse schools, designation to include elementary schools: SB 6041, * SSB 6041, CH 151 (2012)
Local effort assistance funds for districts, distribution schedule and matching ratios: HB 2813
Looping students and teachers in successive grade levels, professional educator standards board role in permitting districts to loop: HB 2164
Maebori, Jay, 2011 Washington state teacher of the year, honoring: * SR 8631 (2011)
Math performance incentive program, creation: SB 6375
Mathematics, assessments, establishing and achieving high school growth targets: SB 5479
Mathematics, elementary school, instruction by elementary mathematics specialists: HB 1600, * SHB 1600, CH 209 (2011)
Mathematics, high school, end-of-course assessments: * HB 1412, CH 25 (2011), SB 5227
Mathematics, STEM teacher certification pilot program, creation and participation: SB 5725
Meals sold to students and faculty of certain nonprofit entities, exemption from sales and use tax: HB 2095
Medical emergency response program, establishment, to include an automated external defibrillator for each high school: SB 6631
Medications, expanding list that school employees may administer to students: * HB 2247, CH 16 (2012), SB 6174
Military, access to K-12 campuses for occupational information, district authority to provide, requirements: HB 1470, SHB 1470, SB 5189, SSB 5189
Millionaires, two percent tax on, funding paramount duty trust fund and reducing K-4 class sizes: SB 6482
Native education, office of, creation within office of superintendent of public instruction: * SHB 1829, CH 270 (2011), SSB 5687
Nurses, school setting, clarifying authority: HB 1753, SHB 1753
Offenders, youth who committed violent or sex offense or stalking, notice to certain schools when released: HB 1549, SHB 1549, SB 5428, * SSB 5428, CH 107 (2011)
Online learning, provisions concerning approved online courses: SB 5603
Online learning, schools and various agencies to encourage K-12 students to use during school year breaks: HB 2634
P-12 education council, creation: SSB 5639
P-20 education council, creation: HB 1973, SB 5639
Paraeducators, pipeline for paraeducators conditional scholarship program, requirements: SHB 1443, E2SHB 1443, HB 2470
Paramount duty trust fund, establishment, revenues from income tax to be used for education: HB 2766
Parents, provisions of restoration of parents' rights act: HB 1602
Pay for actual student success program, creating to encourage dropout prevention: HB 1599, SHB 1599, * E2SHB 1599, CH 288 (2011) PV
Peer mentoring, higher education partnerships to encourage at-risk elementary school students to attend college: HB 1908
Plant facilities for schools, state funding assistance for, exempting space for STEM schools from eligibility determinations: SB 6038
Principals, district assignment policies, expanding staff assignment elements for consideration: SB 6537
Principals, establishing residency provisional principal certification: HB 1593, SHB 1593, E2SHB 1593, SB 5667
Principals, evaluation system, establishing statewide implementation plan: HB 2334, SB 6317
Principals, evaluation system, implementing revised system and using results: HB 2427, SB 6203
Principals, evaluation system, incorporating in-service training or continuing education and developing online training package for new system: HB 2165, SB 6318
Principals, evaluation system, revised: SSB 5896
Principals, evaluation systems and professional development programs: * ESSB 5895, CH 35 (2012)
Principals, residency principal preparation programs, requiring knowledge of teacher evaluation: HB 2537, * ESSB 5895, CH 35 (2012), SB 6177
Project lead the way, STEM courses for aerospace careers, grants for high schools: SB 5975
Public school cultural access programs, cultural access authorities to develop and provide: HB 1837, SB 5626
Public school cultural access programs, education and arts cultural access authorities to develop and provide: SHB 1837, SSB 5626
Quality award council and quality awards, funding and role in awards and other quality management training for school districts: HB 2795
Rainier Beach Vikings boys basketball team, recognizing: * HR 4683 (2012)
Religious references, prohibiting censorship or restriction of certain history and heritage instruction based on: HB 2377
Renton High School's 100 years, honoring: * HR 4619 (2011)
Resident students, full-time equivalent in county, basis for allocation of federal forest revolving account revenue: HB 1331, SB 5239, * SSB 5239, CH 278 (2011)
Residential habilitation centers, priority safety net funding for districts providing basic education to individuals residing in: HB 2720, SHB 2720
Running start program, limiting enrollment: SB 5572, SSB 5572
Running start program, transfer of college-level courses: ESSB 5924
Running start program, tuition and fees: SB 5924, ESSB 5924
Salary allocations for districts, equalization: SB 5568
School employees' benefits board, creation within health care authority: HB 2724, SB 6442, SSB 6442
School innovation program, including pilot projects, establishment: HB 1447
School year, one hundred eighty-day, waivers from: HB 2215, HB 2479, SB 6020, SB 6050
Science, assessments, establishing and achieving high school growth targets: SB 5479
Science, assessments, temporarily setting aside: HB 2797, SB 6314
Science, high school, alternative to meeting science standard on statewide assessment: * ESHB 1410, CH 22 (2011)
Science, high school, end-of-course assessments: HB 1410, * ESHB 1410, CH 22 (2011), SB 5226
Science, STEM courses for aerospace careers, grants for high schools and skill centers: * EHB 2159, CH 1 (2011), SB 5975
Science, STEM teacher certification pilot program, creation and participation: SB 5725
Searches, revising provisions: HB 1893
Sex offenders, registered, criminal trespass on school property by a sex offender: HB 1977
Sex offenders, registered, entering school grounds to be prohibited: SB 5351, SSB 5351
Sex offenders, registered, notice to certain schools when offender is released: HB 1549, SHB 1549, SB 5428, * SSB 5428, CH 107 (2011)
Sex offenders, registered, notice to school when offender is attending: HB 1208, SB 5203, * SSB 5203, CH 337 (2011)
Sexual health education, requiring signed parental confirmation: HB 1604
Sexual health education, sexual offense legal elements and consequences information requirement: HB 1284, SHB 1284
Single-sex classes, authorizing: SB 6058, SB 6086
Social emotional learning, incorporation in basic education instruction: HB 1004
South Bend High School football team, celebrating: * SR 8618 (2011)
Special education, developing meaningful assessment for students with cognitive challenges: HB 1519, SHB 1519, * 2SHB 1519, CH 75 (2011)
Spokane Valley Bengals 2011 football team, recognizing: * SR 8668 (2012)
Sports, Washington interscholastic activities association penalties: SB 6383, * ESSB 6383, CH 155 (2012)
State education council, establishment: ESHB 1849
State education council, establishment as oversight and advocacy board for K-12 education: HB 1849
State environmental policy act, expanding environmental checklist by adding adverse impacts to schools: HB 2710
Statewide assessments, eliminating use as a graduation requirement: HB 1463
Statewide assessments, performance standards, legislature to be advised concerning: HB 2115, * ESHB 2115, CH 6 (2011)
Statewide assessments, science, alternative to meeting science standard on assessment: * ESHB 1410, CH 22 (2011)
Statewide assessments, science, temporarily setting aside: HB 2797, SB 6314
STEM program courses, national multidisciplinary program, grants for high schools to implement: * EHB 2159, CH 1 (2011)
STEM schools, space for, exempting from eligibility determinations for state funding assistance for school plant facilities: SB 6038
Storm water pollution, schools to conduct awareness activities each May: SB 5777
Strategic investments in education, identifying tax preferences for repeal to help fund education: HB 1980
Student achievement council, creation: SHB 2483, * E2SHB 2483, CH 229 (2012) PV
Student achievement council, creation of: HB 2483, SB 6232, SSB 6232, E2SSB 6232
Student achievement council, office of the: HB 2483, SB 6232
Student achievement program, fund allocations: * HB 1131, CH 17 (2011), SB 5471
Student achievement program, mandatory allocations under Initiative 728, eliminating: * HB 2824, CH 10 (2012), SB 6273
Student achievement program, repealing requirement to provide funding for: HB 2817, HB 2820
Student achievement, joint select legislative committee on, establishment: HB 2483, SHB 2483, SB 6232
Student auditing committees, creation at each higher education institution: HB 2478, SB 6390
Student possessions and personal effects, searches of, revising provisions: HB 1893
Supplies and clothing for students, sales and use tax holiday: HB 2644
Tahoma High School "We the People" team, honoring: * SR 8628 (2011), * SR 8685 (2012)
Teachers and principals, evaluation systems, development and implementation: HB 1443, SHB 1443, E2SHB 1443, HB 2111
Teachers, career and technical education certificated teachers, criteria for being considered to be professional certificated teachers: SB 5905
Teachers, career and technical education certificated teachers, waving continuing education requirements in certain situations: SB 5906
Teachers, certificated classroom teachers, performance-based reduction in force: HB 1609, SB 5399
Teachers, certificated instructional staff with national board certification, limiting bonus for: HB 2804
Teachers, compensation system for, technical working group duties concerning: SB 5959
Teachers, dismissal after unsuccessful improvement, notice requirements and procedures: SB 5455
Teachers, district assignment policies, expanding staff assignment elements for consideration: SB 6537
Teachers, establishment of top teacher recognition grant program: SB 5455
Teachers, evaluation system, establishing statewide implementation plan: HB 2334, SB 6317
Teachers, evaluation system, implementing revised system and using results: HB 2427, SB 6203
Teachers, evaluation system, incorporating in-service training or continuing education and developing online training package for new system: HB 2165, SB 6318
Teachers, evaluation system, revised: SSB 5896
Teachers, evaluation systems and professional development programs: * ESSB 5895, CH 35 (2012)
Teachers, evaluations, certificated employees to be considered provisional after consecutive unsatisfactory evaluations: HB 2309, HB 2427, SB 6203, SB 6278
Teachers, excellent teachers for every student act, provisions including teacher performance and salaries: SB 5914
Teachers, nonrenewal of contracts due to workforce reductions, provisions: HB 2451, SB 5959
Teachers, professional certificated teachers, criteria for certificated teachers to be considered to be: SB 5905
Teachers, repealing cost-of-living increases: SB 6377, SB 6618
Teachers, STEM teacher certification pilot program, creation and participation: SB 5725
Teachers, STEM-related certification subject area endorsements, revising standards: * HB 2160, CH 2 (2011), SB 5973
Teachers, teacher and principal agreement on staffing placement: HB 1609, SB 5399
Teachers, use of summative comprehensive evaluation performance ratings for certificated employees: HB 2537, SB 6177
Technical and career education, support of student organizations and acceptance of high school courses for college credit: HB 1168
Traffic safety education courses, authority to administer portions of drivers' licensing examination: * ESHB 1635, CH 370 (2011)
Traffic safety education, revising provisions: HB 1025
Transfer and student advising system for higher education, online, establishing and maintaining: HB 2258
Transformation zone district, establishment: HB 2428, SB 6202
Transitional bilingual instruction program, strengthening: HB 2506, SB 6246
Transportation, district to charge certain students for extra mileage traveled by district: SB 5196
Truancy, court procedures and related statutory provisions: HB 1064, HB 1530, SB 6494, * SSB 6494, CH 157 (2012)
Truancy, removing district civil action petition requirements: HB 2835
Truancy, revising statutory provisions: SHB 1530, HB 2835, SB 6494, * SSB 6494, CH 157 (2012)
Truancy, temporarily suspending district civil action petition requirements: HB 1530
Tumwater Thunderbirds football team, honoring: * HR 4616 (2011)
Universal declaration of human rights, educating students concerning: SB 6300
Vouchers for parents educating children outside public school system, applying and issuance: SB 5848
Vouchers, issuance to parents educating their children outside the public school system: SB 5346
Waiver of certain state requirements for school districts, provisions: HB 1414
Washington state school directors' association, adopting model implementation policy for interviewing alleged victims of child abuse or neglect: SB 6549
Washington state school directors' association, membership: HB 1974
Washington works indicators and payments, establishment and use: HB 2265, SHB 2265
Weapons, knives and other sharp edge bladed weapons, carrying and possessing on school grounds and transportation: HB 1734
Youth school dropout reduction and crime prevention act: SB 5317
SCIENCE  SCIENCE RSS Feed
               
Aerospace careers, STEM courses, grants for high schools and skill centers: * EHB 2159, CH 1 (2011), SB 5975
Agencies, state, use of peer-reviewed scientific studies prior to taking action: HB 1307, SHB 1307, HB 2335, ESHB 2335, SB 5644
Arts and cultural facilities competitive grant program, expanding to include zoos, aquariums, and science and technology centers: HB 2587, SHB 2587, E2SHB 2587, SB 6332
Cook, James, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4637 (2011)
Cultural access authorities, creation, organization, and funding: HB 1837, SB 5626
Education and arts cultural access authorities, creation, organization, and funding: SHB 1837, SSB 5626
High school science, alternative to meeting science standard on statewide assessment: * ESHB 1410, CH 22 (2011)
High school science, assessments, establishing and achieving science and mathematics growth targets: SB 5479
High school science, assessments, temporarily setting aside: HB 2797, SB 6314
High school science, end-of-course assessments: HB 1410, * ESHB 1410, CH 22 (2011), SB 5226
Laboratory equipment, business and occupation tax credit for donations to community and technical colleges: HB 1844, SB 5535
Soil scientists and wetland scientists, certification and creation of board: HB 1313, SHB 1313, SB 5225
STEM teacher certification pilot program, creation and participation: SB 5725
Wetland scientists and soil scientists, certification and creation of board: HB 1313, SHB 1313, SB 5225
SECRETARY OF STATE  SECRETARY OF STATE RSS Feed
               (See also ELECTIONS)
Address confidentiality program, disclosure of information in registered domestic partnership applications and related records: HB 2385, SB 6213
Address confidentiality program, transferring to attorney general's office: HB 2573
Charitable organizations, registration, three-year registration period for certain organizations: SB 5164, SSB 5164
Charitable solicitations, comprehensive revision of provisions: HB 1485, * SHB 1485, CH 199 (2011), SSB 5164
Electronic authentication, repealing electronic authentication act: SB 6069
Electronic notices, to corporations and charitable organizations, secretary duties: * HB 1040, CH 183 (2011), SB 5082, SSB 5082
Electronic transactions, uniform electronic transactions act: SB 6069
International student exchange, registration of programs: SB 6282
Jurors, persons summoned but disqualified, notifying secretary: SB 5855
Records, preservation and destruction of public records, transfer to department of heritage, arts, and culture: SB 5768
Same-sex domestic partners, registered, secretary to notify of change in domestic partnership laws: SB 6239, * ESSB 6239, CH 3 (2012)
Signature collection businesses, registration with secretary: SSB 5297
Signature gatherers and collection businesses, registration with secretary: HB 1668, SB 5297
Signature gatherers and gathering businesses, revising various provisions: 2SSB 5297
State library, secretary powers, duties, and functions pertaining to, transfer to department of heritage, arts, and culture: HB 2033
State library, secretary powers, duties, and functions pertaining to, transfer to University of Washington: HB 2398
Surcharges, corporations and partnerships, funding state work-study program: SB 6447
Washington state legacy project, transfer from secretary to department of heritage, arts, and culture: HB 2033, SB 5768
SECURITIES  SECURITIES RSS Feed
               
Business and occupation tax, deduction of interest on loans secured by mortgages or deeds of trust, narrowing deduction for banking and other financial businesses: HB 2794
State officers, investing in or selling securities using nonpublic information, class C felony: HB 2320, SHB 2320
Unclaimed securities, to be sold as soon as practicable upon receipt by department of revenue: HB 2154, HB 2169, * SHB 2169, CH 8 (2011), SB 5994
SECURITY GUARDS  (See PROFESSIONS)
SEEDS  (See AGRICULTURE)
SENATE RESOLUTIONS  SENATE RESOLUTIONS RSS Feed
               
38th district senator, election results: SR 8601
4-H youth development program: * SR 8624 (2011), * SR 8691 (2012)
Alcoa Wenatchee Works plant and its employees: * SR 8693 (2012)
Anderson, Margaret: * SR 8676 (2012)
Appel, Steve: * SR 8678 (2012)
Apple blossom festival and apple blossom festival court: * SR 8653 (2011), * SR 8703 (2012)
Arts education month: * SR 8689 (2012)
Autism, individuals with: * SR 8644 (2011), * SR 8667 (2012)
Beebe, Lloyd and Catherine: * SR 8612 (2011)
Benton REA, 75th anniversary: * SR 8698 (2012)
Blessing of the fleet, 2011: * SR 8632 (2011)
Blessing of the fleet, 2012: * SR 8694 (2012)
Boy Scouts of America: * SR 8620 (2011)
Brain injury, traumatic: * SR 8641 (2011)
Brigadoon Service Dogs: * SR 8688 (2012)
British Columbia legislative intern program, interns and facilitators in: * SR 8672 (2012)
British Columbia parliamentary internship participants: * SR 8639 (2011)
C. Speck Motors: * SR 8699 (2012)
Camp Fire USA, 100 years: * SR 8646 (2011)
Catholic schools: * SR 8617 (2011), * SR 8687 (2012)
Chinese-Americans: * SR 8627 (2011)
Civic education: * SR 8690 (2012)
Civic education and educators: * SR 8622 (2011)
Civil air patrol, Washington state wing: * SR 8602 (2011)
Civil War: * SR 8655 (2011)
Constitution day and citizenship day: * SR 8613 (2011)
Counter-terrorism efforts, those who have given patriotic service to the United States as part of: * SR 8661 (2011)
Cumming, sheriff William: * SR 8629 (2011)
Cunningham, Frank: * SR 8675 (2012)
Daffodil festival: * SR 8643 (2011), * SR 8679 (2012)
Disabilities, persons with, rights to live and work independently: * SR 8697 (2012)
Donate life month, national: * SR 8649 (2011)
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: * SR 8606 (2011), SR 8669
Ducks Unlimited, 75th anniversary: * SR 8683 (2012)
Eastern Washington University Eagles: * SR 8616 (2011)
Elms, Douglas C.: * SR 8705 (2012)
Filipino-Americans: * SR 8701 (2012)
Girl Scouting, 100 years of: * SR 8686 (2012)
Goldendale Community Library in its 100th year of service: * SR 8682 (2012)
Gonzaga Prep Bullpups basketball team: * SR 8658 (2011)
Gorton, Slade: * SR 8671 (2012)
Granite Falls High School ShopGirls team: * SR 8648 (2011)
Haag, Janet: * SR 8659 (2011)
Hayner, Jeannette, former senator: * SR 8615 (2011)
Home education families: * SR 8630 (2011)
Human trafficking, people and organizations fighting against: * SR 8663 (2012)
Indigenous peoples, contributions of: * SR 8664 (2012)
Interim period, conducting of Senate business: * SR 8706 (2012)
Japan earthquake survivors: * SR 8642 (2011)
Kato City and city of Olympia, thirty-year sister city relationship: * SR 8636 (2011)
Lee, consul-general Haryong: * SR 8626 (2011)
LeMay Car Museum: * SR 8702 (2012)
Lewis and Clark High School Lady Tigers basketball team: * SR 8658 (2011)
Loveland, Valoria: * SR 8610 (2011)
MacRae, Tina: * SR 8638 (2011)
Maebori, Jay, 2011 Washington state teacher of the year: * SR 8631 (2011)
McDonald, Sheridan: * SR 8660 (2011)
National slavery and human trafficking prevention month: * SR 8605 (2011)
National women and girls in sports day: * SR 8673 (2012)
North Pole, 75th anniversary of first nonstop flight across: * SR 8670 (2012)
Norway, culture and heritage: * SR 8621 (2011), * SR 8695 (2012)
Olympia Symphony Orchestra: * SR 8692 (2012)
Olympia, most secure midsize city in the United States: * SR 8640 (2011)
Paddle to Squaxin 2012: * SR 8704 (2012)
Peace Corps: * SR 8647 (2011)
Public ports of Washington: * SR 8635 (2011)
Radulescu, Trooper Tony V.: * SR 8700 (2012)
Rainier Connect, centennial: * SR 8608 (2011)
Reagan, Michael, and the Fallen Heroes Project: * SR 8651 (2011)
Reagan, Ronald: * SR 8619 (2011)
Red Hat Society: * SR 8656 (2011)
Rhynalds, Billy "Bud": * SR 8609 (2011)
Rosmond, Polly: * SR 8607 (2011)
Senate rules, permanent: * ESR 8604 (2011)
Senate rules, permanent, amending: * SR 8611 (2011), * SR 8666 (2012)
Senator McCaslin, Bob: * SR 8600 (2011)
Senator Prentice, Margarita: * SR 8625 (2011)
Senator White, Scott: * SR 8665 (2012)
Sequim lavender festival: * SR 8681 (2012)
Shaken baby syndrome victims and advocates: * SR 8657 (2011)
Skagit Valley tulip festival: * SR 8633 (2011), * SR 8696 (2012)
South Bend High School football team: * SR 8618 (2011)
Spokane Valley Bengals 2011 football team: * SR 8668 (2012)
Standing committees, changing names: * SR 8662 (2011)
Tahoma High School "We the People" team: * SR 8628 (2011), * SR 8685 (2012)
Torres, Blanca Gonzalez: * SR 8652 (2011)
Transverse myelitis, individuals with: * SR 8677 (2012)
Turkey and the Turkish people: * SR 8634 (2011)
Veterans of United States military service: * SR 8680 (2012)
Washington National Guard: * SR 8614 (2011)
Washington state commercial fishing fleet, 2011 blessing of the fleet: * SR 8632 (2011)
Washington state commercial fishing fleet, 2012 blessing of the fleet: * SR 8694 (2012)
Women in sports: * SR 8637 (2011)
Workers' compensation system, 100th anniversary: * SR 8645 (2011)
Workers' memorial day: * SR 8650 (2011)
Yakima health district: * SR 8654 (2011)
YMCA: * SR 8623 (2011)
Zillah, 100th anniversary: * SR 8603 (2011)
SENIOR CITIZENS  SENIOR CITIZENS RSS Feed
               
Aged, blind, or disabled assistance program, creation in connection with termination of disability lifeline program: * ESHB 2082, CH 36 (2011)
Disability lifeline program, reforms to include creation of new disability lifeline programs: HB 2082, SB 5938
Disability lifeline program, termination, new programs to be created: HB 1481, * ESHB 2082, CH 36 (2011)
Elder and vulnerable adult referral agency act: * ESHB 1494, CH 357 (2011)
Elder placement referral agencies, regulation: HB 1494
Liquor, creating senior center liquor license: HB 2249, SB 6076, ESSB 6477
Property tax exemption, senior, disabled, and veteran, extending to leased land with mobile home: HB 1843
Property tax, deduction for medigap or medicare supplement insurance premiums: HB 2386
Property tax, deduction for social security act disability benefits and medigap or medicare supplement insurance premiums: HB 1942
Vulnerable adult and elder referral agencies, regulation: * ESHB 1494, CH 357 (2011)
SENTENCING  SENTENCING RSS Feed
               (See also CRIMINAL PROCEDURE; INDETERMINATE SENTENCE REVIEW BOARD; SENTENCING GUIDELINES COMMISSION; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; TRAFFIC OFFENSES)
Acquittal by reason of insanity, excluding acquitted persons from benefitting from unlawful killing: SB 5103
Aggravating circumstances, adding offenses against military members and families to list for certain crimes: HB 2548
Alcohol, alcohol-related crimes with child in vehicle, provisions: HB 2302, * ESHB 2302, CH 42 (2012), SB 6243
Aliens, unlawful transportation or harboring of, violation and penalty: SB 5338, SB 6436
Alternatives to total confinement, increasing available substitute amounts: HB 1010
Animal cruelty, prevention and penalties: HB 1147, SB 5065, * SSB 5065, CH 172 (2011)
Assault, first degree, intentional assault with deadly weapon and reckless inflicting of great bodily harm: HB 1835
Assault, inmate assault of correctional officer or department of corrections employee, civil judgments: * HB 1334, CH 282 (2011), SB 5030
Assault, second degree, offender scores, suffocation or strangulation as domestic violence offenses: HB 1188
Assault, second degree, suffocation as: * SHB 1188, CH 166 (2011)
Assault, third degree, assault of a code enforcement officer to be a class C felony: HB 1047
Assault, third degree, assault of process server: HB 2623
Assault, third degree, assault of various court-related employees to be class C felony: * HB 1794, CH 238 (2011), SB 5046
Autopsy and postmortem reports and records, dissemination, class C felony: SSB 6037
Boards and commissions, crime-related, amending various provisions: SB 5790, SSB 5790
Boards and commissions, indeterminate sentence review board, transfer to department of corrections: * ESSB 5891, CH 40 (2011)
Bribery of a public servant, campaign contributions considered to be in certain cases: HB 2559
Campaign disclosure laws, provisions concerning violations and penalties: SB 5021, * ESSB 5021, CH 145 (2011)
Cannabinoids, synthetic, drug offense seriousness level for manufacturing or delivering: HB 1285
Cannabis type substances and marijuana, possession or other handling, revising penalties: HB 2175
Cannabis, eliminating penalties for possession and consumption: HB 1550, SB 5598
Chop shops, operation of, class B felony: HB 2322
Code enforcement officers, assault of officer in third degree to be a class C felony: HB 1047
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, adding to list of criminal street gang-related offenses: * SB 6256, CH 143 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, advertising of, class C felony: SB 6251, * ESSB 6251, CH 138 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, including in definition of criminal profiteering: SB 6252, * ESSB 6252, CH 139 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, promoting of, adding knowingly advancing sexually explicit act to: * ESB 6257, CH 144 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, promoting, including in definition of criminal profiteering: * ESSB 6252, CH 139 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, promoting, seizure and forfeiture of property in cases of: * SSB 6253, CH 140 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, requiring offender to make restitution: SB 6259
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, seizure and forfeiture of property in cases of: SB 6253, * SSB 6253, CH 140 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, sentencing provisions: * SSB 5546, CH 111 (2011)
Commodities, buying or selling by state officers using nonpublic information, class C felony: HB 2320, SHB 2320
Community custody, authorization for certain persistent offenders after fifteen years: SB 5053
Community custody, provisions concerning tolling and recalculation of period of custody: HB 2066, * ESSB 5891, CH 40 (2011)
Conditions or requirements of sentence, violations by offender, total confinement for each violation: HB 1193
Custodial assault, extending and clarifying provisions: SB 6010, ESSB 6010
Death of a child, failure of parent or caregiver to report promptly, class C felony: HB 2726
Death penalty, eliminating in favor of life imprisonment without possibility of parole: HB 2468, SB 6283
Death penalty, elimination: HB 1921, SB 5456
Death penalty, prohibiting imposition for aggravated first degree murder unless DNA evidence introduced and used to convict: HB 2754
Deeds of trust, beneficiaries, penalties for false swearing by: HB 2777, SB 6199, SSB 6199
Delayed sentencing option, eligibility: HB 1323
Disappearance of a child, failure of parent or caregiver to report promptly, class C felony: HB 2726
DNA identification system, offender fee after sentencing to help offset costs for collection of samples: HB 1153, SHB 1153, * 2SHB 1153, CH 125 (2011)
Dogs, unlawful tethering: SSB 5649
Dogs, unlawful tethering and inhumane treatment: HB 1755, SHB 1755, SB 5649
Domestic violence offenses, repetitive, offender scores: * SHB 1188, CH 166 (2011)
Driving under the influence, felony, increasing prior offenses required: HB 1557
Driving under the influence, felony, prior offenses to include comparable convictions: HB 1113
Driving under the influence, felony, two or more prior offenses in past seven years: HB 1623
Drugs, drug-related crimes with child in vehicle, provisions: HB 2302, * ESHB 2302, CH 42 (2012), SB 6243
Early release, reducing sentences for certain offenders: HB 2144
Early release, reducing sentences for certain offenders to reduce correctional costs: SB 5866
Earned release time, raising limits for certain offenders in jails: HB 1011
Earned release time, revising risk assessment provisions: HB 1007, HB 1020
Felony, wrongful conviction and imprisonment for, claims for compensation and damages: HB 2221, SHB 2221, SB 5139, SSB 5139
Felony, wrongful conviction and imprisonment for, claims for compensation and damages against the state: HB 1435, SB 5460
Ferries, unlawful ferry conduct, misdemeanor: HB 2749, SB 6245
Firearms, juvenile firearms and weapons crimes, provisions: SB 5313
Firearms, noise suppressors, application of penalty for illegal use: * HB 1016, CH 13 (2011), SB 5112
Firearms, unlawful carrying or handling, on premises of higher education institution or at college-sponsored event: SB 5592
Firearms, unlawful possession, second degree to be a predicate offense for first degree in certain cases: HB 2589
First time offender waiver, offenders sentenced to, revising terms of supervision: SB 5875, SSB 5875
Gangs, criminal street gang-related offenses, sentencing provisions: HB 1126, SB 5799
Gangs, criminal street gangs, adding commercial sexual abuse of a minor to list of gang-related offenses: * SB 6256, CH 143 (2012)
Geolocation information, intercepting of, gross misdemeanor: HB 2816
Harassment, of criminal justice participants, description and definition: HB 1206, SHB 1206, * E2SHB 1206, CH 64 (2011) PV
Homeless persons, victimization of, sentences outside standard range: * SB 5011, CH 87 (2011)
Homicide, vehicular, sentences: HB 1555
Human trafficking, forcing commercial sex act, revising classification and description of crime: * SSB 5546, CH 111 (2011)
Human trafficking, offenders to be charged fees in certain cases: * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), SB 6260, ESSB 6260
Human trafficking, requiring offender to make restitution: SB 6259
Human trafficking, sexual exploitation, revising classification and description of crime: SB 5546
Intimidating a witness, unit of prosecution: * HB 1182, CH 165 (2011)
Intimidation of a law enforcement officer by a criminal gang member, criminalizing: HB 1913
Intrusive searches by public officials at transportation facilities, felony offense in certain cases: SB 6432
Juveniles, sentenced as adults, parole for offenders with sentence of life without parole: HB 1063
Knives and other sharp edge bladed weapons, carrying and possessing on school grounds and transportation: HB 1734
Knives, carrying certain knives, penalties: HB 1006
Law enforcement officer, intimidation by a criminal gang member, criminalizing: HB 1913
Life, juveniles sentenced as adults, parole for offenders with sentence of life without parole: HB 1063
Livestock, killing or harming with malice when livestock belongs to another person, class C felony: HB 1243, * SHB 1243, CH 67 (2011)
Luring, to include luring minor or person with developmental disability away from transportation facilities: SB 6258, * SSB 6258, CH 145 (2012)
Mail theft, theft of mail and possession of stolen mail to be class C felonies: HB 1145, * SHB 1145, CH 164 (2011), SB 5060
Marijuana and cannabis type substances, possession or other handling, revising penalties: HB 2175
Marijuana, eliminating penalties for possession and consumption: HB 1550, SB 5598
Medicaid theft, class B felony, penalty: HB 2246, SB 5960, ESSB 5960, SB 5978
Metal wire, theft in first and second degrees: * ESHB 2570, CH 233 (2012) PV
Military members and families, offenses against, adding to list of aggravating circumstances for certain crimes: HB 2548
Military, offenses against deployed members of, knowledge of victim's military status as aggravating circumstance: HB 2321
Minimum term sentence for persistent offenders, conditions: SB 5236, SSB 5236
Misdemeanors, gross, reducing sentence by one day: SB 5168, * SSB 5168, CH 96 (2011)
Motorcycle theft tools, possession, criminalizing as gross misdemeanor: HB 1542, SHB 1542
Murder, aggravated first degree, including child victim younger than fourteen in provisions: SB 6408
Murder, aggravated first degree, prohibiting imposition of death penalty unless DNA evidence introduced and used to convict: HB 2754
Negligent treatment or maltreatment of a child, expanding definition: SB 6258
Pawnbrokers and secondhand dealers, class C felony when commit certain violations involving precious metal property: HB 1213
Persistent offenders, minimum term sentence when certain conditions are met: SB 5236, SSB 5236
Pharmacies, crimes against, felony provisions: HB 1507, SHB 1507, 2SHB 1507
Privilege tax on petroleum businesses, tax evasion provisions, penalties: HB 2093
Process servers, assault of, adding to assault in third degree provisions: HB 2623
Prostitution and related sex crimes, offenders, imposition of conditions: HB 1123
Prostitution crimes, increasing fee assessments: HB 1983, * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), SB 5813
Prostitution, patronizing a prostitute, offenders to be charged fees in certain cases: * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), HB 2692, SB 6260, ESSB 6260
Prostitution, patronizing a prostitute, requiring offenders to fulfill terms of program about negative costs of prostitution: * ESHB 2692, CH 136 (2012) PV
Prostitution, permitting, offenders to be charged fees in certain cases: * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), ESSB 6260
Prostitution, promoting in the first degree, adding compelling of person with mental incapacity or developmental disability to statute: * ESB 6254, CH 141 (2012)
Prostitution, promoting in the first degree, requiring offender to make restitution: SB 6259
Prostitution, promoting in the first degree, seizure and forfeiture of property in cases of: SB 6253, * SSB 6253, CH 140 (2012)
Prostitution, promoting, offenders to be charged fees in certain cases: * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), SB 6260, ESSB 6260
Prostitution, prosecution for, affirmative defense for victims of human trafficking or promoting prostitution: * ESB 6255, CH 142 (2012)
Prostitution, young adult prostitutes, patronizing: HB 2323
Real property, buying or selling by state officers using nonpublic information, class C felony: HB 2320, SHB 2320
Reckless endangerment, expanding statutes to include unsafe storage of firearms: SB 6628
Registration, juvenile sex or kidnapping offender relief of duty to register: HB 1097
Release, early release, reducing sentences for certain offenders: HB 2144
Release, early release, reducing sentences for certain offenders to reduce correctional costs: SB 5866
Robberies of pharmacies, first or second degree, revising sentencing provisions: ESSB 6280
Robbery in the first degree, classifying robberies of pharmacies as: SB 6280
Securities, investing in or selling by state officers using nonpublic information, class C felony: HB 2320, SHB 2320
Sentencing information system, caseload forecast council to develop and maintain: * ESSB 5891, CH 40 (2011)
Sexual exploitation of children, offenders to be charged fees in certain cases: * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), SB 6260, ESSB 6260
Shark finning activities to constitute unlawful trade in shark fins, penalties: SB 5688, * SSB 5688, CH 324 (2011)
Shoplifting by unemancipated minors, liability of parent or legal guardian: HB 2284
Skiing, in areas or on trails closed to skiing, misdemeanor in certain cases: * ESSB 5186, CH 276 (2011)
Slayer statute, including persons acquitted by reason of insanity: SB 5103
Small loan lead generation licensing requirements, violation of certain requirements: HB 1838, SHB 1838
Small loans, making unlicensed loans, increasing criminal penalty: HB 1805
Sports, events, penalties for violating licensing and unprofessional conduct provisions for boxing, martial arts, and wrestling: HB 1062, SHB 1062
Subversive activities, repealing statutes: HB 2251
Tampering with a witness, unit of prosecution: * HB 1182, CH 165 (2011)
Theft of metal property, in first and second degrees, to include theft of metal wire: * ESHB 2570, CH 233 (2012) PV
Theft, organized retail theft, expanding definition: SB 6003
Total confinement, forty-eight hours for each offender violation of a sentence condition or requirement: HB 1193
Total confinement, offenders servicing a sentence of, sentencing reductions: HB 2066
Trafficking, first and second degrees, offenders to be charged fees in certain cases: * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), SB 6260, ESSB 6260
Trafficking, first degree, adding sexually explicit act to: * ESB 6257, CH 144 (2012)
Trespass, criminal trespass on school property by a sex offender, sentencing provisions: HB 1977
Vehicle prowling, second degree, class C felony in certain cases: SB 5154, ESSB 5154
Vehicular assault, sentences: HB 1646, HB 2216, SHB 2216, SB 6052
Vehicular homicide under the influence, convicted offender to pay child support to victim's minor children: HB 2405
Vehicular homicide, sentences: HB 1555, HB 1646, HB 2216, SHB 2216, * 2SHB 2216, CH 162 (2012), SB 6052
Weapons, juvenile firearms and weapons crimes, provisions: SB 5313
Weapons, knives and other sharp edge bladed weapons, carrying and possessing on school grounds and transportation: HB 1734
Wildlife, killing or harming with malice, class C felony: HB 1243, * SHB 1243, CH 67 (2011)
Wrongful conviction and imprisonment for a felony, claims for compensation and damages: HB 2221, SHB 2221, SB 5139, SSB 5139
Wrongful conviction and imprisonment for a felony, claims for compensation and damages against the state: HB 1435, SB 5460
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Military, offenses against deployed members of, knowledge of victim's military status as aggravating circumstance: HB 2321
Sex offender policy board, establishment by commission: * ESSB 5891, CH 40 (2011)
Transferring commission to office of financial management: * ESSB 5891, CH 40 (2011)
Transferring nonadvisory commission functions: HB 2029, HB 2034, SHB 2034, * ESSB 5891, CH 40 (2011)
SERVICE ANIMALS  (See ANIMALS)
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County-operated sewerage systems, prohibiting franchise fees charged by city or town: SB 6110
Delinquent sewer utility charges, alternative lien procedures for collection by county: HB 1852, SHB 1852
On-site sewage program management plans, adoption and management by local board of health: HB 2332, SB 6116
On-site sewage program management plans, local board of health imposition and collection of rates and charges: * SSB 6116, CH 175 (2012)
On-site sewage systems, maintenance and operation inspections: HB 1637
On-site sewage systems, programs for, establishment of rates and charges by local boards of health to fund programs: SB 5815, SSB 5815
On-site sewage systems, proprietary treatment products, certification requirements: HB 1995, SB 5678, SB 5699
On-site sewage systems, repairing or replacing failing systems or connecting to sewerage system: SB 5080
Sanitary sewer systems, construction, limiting obligation of counties and cities to supply systems to urban growth areas: HB 2267, SHB 2267
Wastewater, companies, regulation by utilities and transportation commission: SB 5034, SSB 5034, * 2SSB 5034, CH 214 (2011)
Wastewater, publicly owned industrial treatment facilities, department of ecology authority to provide funding: SB 6027, SSB 6027
Wastewater, treatment, designers of on-site systems, licensing provisions: HB 1061, * SHB 1061, CH 256 (2011), SB 5286, SSB 5286
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Abuse, commercial sexual abuse of a minor: * SSB 5546, CH 111 (2011)
Abuse, commercial sexual abuse of a minor, adding to list of criminal street gang-related offenses: * SB 6256, CH 143 (2012)
Abuse, commercial sexual abuse of a minor, advertising of, class C felony: SB 6251, * ESSB 6251, CH 138 (2012)
Abuse, commercial sexual abuse of a minor, including in definition of criminal profiteering: SB 6252, * ESSB 6252, CH 139 (2012)
Abuse, commercial sexual abuse of a minor, promoting of, adding knowingly advancing sexually explicit act to: * ESB 6257, CH 144 (2012)
Abuse, commercial sexual abuse of a minor, requiring offender to make restitution: SB 6259
Abuse, commercial sexual abuse of a minor, seizure and forfeiture of property in cases of: SB 6253, * SSB 6253, CH 140 (2012)
Abuse, promoting commercial sexual abuse of a minor, including in definition of criminal profiteering: * ESSB 6252, CH 139 (2012)
Abuse, promoting commercial sexual abuse of a minor, seizure and forfeiture of property in cases of: * SSB 6253, CH 140 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, adding to list of criminal street gang-related offenses: * SB 6256, CH 143 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, advertising of, class C felony: SB 6251, * ESSB 6251, CH 138 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, including in definition of criminal profiteering: SB 6252, * ESSB 6252, CH 139 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, promoting of, adding knowingly advancing sexually explicit act to: * ESB 6257, CH 144 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, promoting, including in definition of criminal profiteering: * ESSB 6252, CH 139 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, promoting, seizure and forfeiture of property in cases of: * SSB 6253, CH 140 (2012)
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, requiring offender to make restitution: SB 6259
Commercial sexual abuse of a minor, seizure and forfeiture of property in cases of: SB 6253, * SSB 6253, CH 140 (2012)
Commercial sexual exploitation of children, investigating, use of informants who are alleged victims: HB 1874, * SHB 1874, CH 241 (2011), SB 5545, SSB 5545
Community custody, tolling of period of, provisions: * ESSB 5891, CH 40 (2011)
DNA identification system, collection of samples from adults arrested for a violent offense or sex offense: HB 1369, SHB 1369, SB 5240
DNA identification system, collection of samples from sex and kidnapping offenders: SB 6437
Human trafficking, forcing commercial sex act, revising classification and description of crime: * SSB 5546, CH 111 (2011)
Human trafficking, offenders to be charged fees in certain cases: * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), SB 6260, ESSB 6260
Human trafficking, requiring offender to make restitution: SB 6259
Human trafficking, sexual exploitation, revising classification and description of crime: SB 5546
Human trafficking, victims, affirmative defense in prosecution for prostitution: * ESB 6255, CH 142 (2012)
Pro se defendants, questioning victim, restrictions: HB 1001, SHB 1001
Programs concerning sex offenders, transferring to attorney general's office: HB 2573
Prostitution and related sex crimes, offenders, imposition of conditions: HB 1123
Prostitution crimes, offenders, increasing fee assessments: HB 1983, * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), SB 5813
Prostitution, patronizing a prostitute, offenders to be charged fees in certain cases: * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), HB 2692, SB 6260, ESSB 6260
Prostitution, patronizing a prostitute, requiring offenders to fulfill terms of program about negative costs of prostitution: * ESHB 2692, CH 136 (2012) PV
Prostitution, permitting, offenders to be charged fees in certain cases: * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), ESSB 6260
Prostitution, promoting in the first degree, action for damages when injury sustained due to: SB 6252, * ESSB 6252, CH 139 (2012)
Prostitution, promoting in the first degree, adding compelling of person with mental incapacity or developmental disability to statute: * ESB 6254, CH 141 (2012)
Prostitution, promoting in the first degree, requiring offender to make restitution: SB 6259
Prostitution, promoting in the first degree, seizure and forfeiture of property in cases of: SB 6253, * SSB 6253, CH 140 (2012)
Prostitution, promoting in the first degree, victims of, affirmative defense in prosecution for prostitution: * ESB 6255, CH 142 (2012)
Prostitution, promoting, offenders to be charged fees in certain cases: * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), SB 6260, ESSB 6260
Prostitution, prosecution for, affirmative defense for victims of human trafficking or promoting prostitution: * ESB 6255, CH 142 (2012)
Prostitution, young adult prostitutes, providing protections for: HB 2323
Registration, juvenile sex or kidnapping offender relief of duty to register: HB 1097, * SSB 5204, CH 338 (2011)
Registration, sex and kidnapping offenders, transferring address and residency verification program to attorney general's office: HB 2573
Registration, sex offenders, sex offender policy board to review housing options for aging and certain other offenders: SSB 5102
Registration, sex or kidnapping offender, notice to adult family home or boarding home: SB 5102
Registration, sex or kidnapping offender, notice to school or college when offender is attending: HB 1208
Registration, sex or kidnapping offender, revising provisions to improve administration and efficiency: SB 5203, * SSB 5203, CH 337 (2011)
Release, youth who committed violent or sex offense or stalking, notice to certain schools: HB 1549, SHB 1549, SB 5428, * SSB 5428, CH 107 (2011)
School grounds, criminal trespass on school property by a sex offender, description and sentencing: HB 1977
School grounds, registered offenders to be prohibited from entering: SB 5351, SSB 5351
Sex offender policy board, board to review housing options for aging and certain other sex offenders: SSB 5102
Sex offender policy board, establishment by office of crime victims advocacy: SB 5790, SSB 5790
Sex offender policy board, establishment by sentencing guidelines commission: * ESSB 5891, CH 40 (2011)
Sexual assault, grant programs and services for victims, administration: SB 6100, * SSB 6100, CH 29 (2012)
Sexual exploitation of children, child pornography evidence, prohibiting reproduction and restricting viewing and distribution: HB 2177, * SHB 2177, CH 135 (2012)
Sexual exploitation of children, offenders to be charged fees in certain cases: * ESHB 1983, CH 134 (2012), SB 6260, ESSB 6260
Sexual exploitation of children, restricting defense possession and viewing of evidence: SB 5989
Sexual health education, public schools, sexual offense legal elements and consequences information requirement: HB 1284, SHB 1284
Sexually violent predators, annual examinations and show cause hearings, suspending in certain cases: HB 2148, * SHB 2148, CH 7 (2011)
Sexually violent predators, annual examinations, suspending in certain cases: HB 2132
Sexually violent predators, civil commitment statutes: HB 1842, SB 5202, SSB 5202
Sexually violent predators, commitment proceedings, containment of costs: HB 2133
Sexually violent predators, committed, certain annual review and less restrictive alternative provisions: HB 2730
Sexually violent predators, indigent defense services for civil commitment, transfer to office of public defense: SB 6493, * SSB 6493, CH 257 (2012)
Sexually violent predators, release to secure community transition facilities: HB 1232
Sexually violent predators, returned to department of social and health services after confinement or detention, department to conduct examination: * SHB 2148, CH 7 (2011)
Special sex offender disposition alternative, juvenile offender eligibility: SB 5204, * SSB 5204, CH 338 (2011)
Statute of limitations, removing for certain sex offenses: HB 1657
Trafficking, first degree, adding sexually explicit act to: * ESB 6257, CH 144 (2012)
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES  (See HEALTH CARE; PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY)
SHELLFISH  (See FISHING, COMMERCIAL; FISHING, RECREATIONAL)
SHERIFFS  (See LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS)
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Attorney general's office, transferring various programs from association to: HB 2573
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Appeal and permit procedures, shoreline management act, provisions: HB 1662, SHB 1662, HB 2162, SHB 2162, SB 5530
Appeals and notifications, shoreline management act, department of ecology timelines: HB 1696, SHB 1696, SB 5192, * SSB 5192, CH 277 (2011)
Docks, "substantial development" exceptions, amending fair market value limit for certain docks: EHB 2417
Forest to shore restoration, construction projects for, authorizing bonds to fund: HB 2793, SHB 2793
Houseboats and houseboat moorages, use classification: HB 1783, * SHB 1783, CH 212 (2011), SB 5623
Marine waters, policy guidance for siting of renewable energy facilities in, deadline: SB 6168
Master programs, delaying certain deadlines to provide fiscal relief for counties and cities: HB 1478, * ESHB 1478, CH 353 (2011), SB 5360, SSB 5360, 2SSB 5360
Master programs, limiting city and county moratoria authority during amendment process: HB 1088
Master programs, local, clarifying certain appeal procedures by ensuring consistency with various statutes: HB 2487, * EHB 2671, CH 172 (2012), SB 6188, SSB 6188
Master programs, provisions concerning existing shoreline structures: SB 5451
Master programs, provisions concerning existing shoreline structures in program adopted under shoreline management act: * SSB 5451, CH 323 (2011)
National marine heritage area, requesting designation of: SJM 8019
Ocean beach small-scale prospecting and mining, exemption from certain hydraulic project requirements: SB 6132
Permits, shoreline, commencing work outside shoreland area prior to final action on appeal: HB 2162, SHB 2162
Permits, shoreline, commencing work outside shoreland area prior to issuance of permit: 2SHB 1662
Permits, shoreline, replacement of certain elements of state route number 520 Evergreen Point bridge: HB 2787, SHB 2787, * EHB 2814, CH 84 (2012), SB 6599
Shoreline management act, avoiding duplicative review: SB 6329
Shoreline management act, department of ecology to report on actions under act and related matters: SB 6016
Shoreline management act, exemption from requirements for installation of boatyard storm water treatment facilities in certain cases: * EHB 2469, CH 169 (2012)
State environmental policy act, streamlining process through exemptions from certain requirements: HB 1952, SHB 1952
Violations, shoreline management act, providing compliance assistance before issuing penalties: HB 1082, SHB 1082
Waterfront jobs creation, working waterfront redevelopment jobs act: SB 6170, ESSB 6170
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Appeals, expedited, authority of governor to grant: SB 5299
SHRIMP  (See FISHING, COMMERCIAL)
SMALL BUSINESSES  (See BUSINESSES)
SMALL WORKS ROSTER  (See CONTRACTORS; PUBLIC WORKS)
SMOKING  (See TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS)
SNOWMOBILES  (See MOTOR VEHICLES)
SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT  SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also FOSTER CARE; LONG-TERM CARE; MENTAL HEALTH; PUBLIC ASSISTANCE)
Adult family home quality assurance panel, department to convene: * ESHB 1277, CH 3 (2011)
Aged, blind, or disabled assistance program, creation in connection with termination of disability lifeline program: * ESHB 2082, CH 36 (2011)
Artworks for correctional facilities and halfway houses, prohibiting taxpayer funding: SB 5100, SSB 5100
Assistance recipients, requiring parents or legal guardians to ensure regular school attendance by their children: SB 6153
Assistance, overpayments of, department authority to waive collection when equitable estoppel elements are met: * SSB 6508, CH 258 (2012) PV
Assistance, overpayments of, department authority to waive collection when not client's fault: SB 6508
Background checks, sharing information with department of early learning: * HB 1419, CH 253 (2011), SB 5426
Behavioral health care, department role in facilitating integration into primary care: SB 5488
Career pathways act, department role: HB 2170, SHB 2170, 2SHB 2170, SB 6119
Chemical dependency, helping persons with, improving collaboration between providers, service delivery, law enforcement, and criminal justice agencies: SB 5452, * SSB 5452, CH 305 (2011)
Chemical dependency, programs, transferring certification responsibilities to department of health: HB 1645, SHB 1645
Child abuse investigations, nonliability of government entities: HB 1680, ESSB 5605
Child abuse reports, department response: SB 5971
Child protective services, department response to reports of abuse or neglect: SB 6555, * ESSB 6555, CH 259 (2012)
Child protective services, implementing response system to include family assessment response: HB 2289, SHB 2289, 2SHB 2289
Child protective services, workers, requiring licensure as social worker in certain cases: SB 5513, SB 6605
Child support, division of, deleting child support order summary report form requirements: * HB 1298, CH 21 (2011)
Child support, improving collections through gambling payment intercept program, department role: HB 2702
Child support, support obligation establishment or enforcement by department, removing requirement when certain child care applications received: HB 2828, * SHB 2828, CH 4 (2012)
Child welfare services, dependency system, unannounced monthly visits to caregivers: HB 1697, * SHB 1697, CH 160 (2011), SB 5393, SSB 5393
Child welfare services, establishment of secure and semi-secure crisis residential centers and HOPE centers: HB 1858, * SHB 1858, CH 240 (2011)
Child welfare services, fatality and near fatality reviews, role of department of social and health services: HB 1105, * SHB 1105, CH 61 (2011), SB 5043
Child welfare services, improving outcomes: HB 2678
Child welfare services, organizations providing, modifying business and occupation tax deduction: HB 1902, * ESHB 1902, CH 163 (2011)
Child welfare services, reforming delivery through community-based system using performance-based contracting: HB 2264, SHB 2264, * E2SHB 2264, CH 205 (2012)
Child welfare services, reinvesting savings due to foster care caseload reductions, department role: HB 2263, * SHB 2263, CH 204 (2012)
Child welfare services, retroactive and technical amendments: HB 2122, SHB 2122
Child welfare transparency committees, creation: SB 6602
Children and family services, department of, creating and transferring certain powers and duties to: SB 6606
Children's administration, record-sharing with department of early learning: HB 2645
Children's health insurance program, implementing waste, fraud, and abuse detection, prevention, and recovery solutions: SB 6466
Children's mental health redesign process, department to convene adoptive families work group: HB 2657
Chronic and acute care service needs of state residents, department to convene work group to identify: SHB 1901
Commitments, civil, reimbursing counties for judicial services: SB 5531
Commitments, sexually violent predators, containing costs for proceedings: HB 2133
Community residential service businesses, tax on, department role: HB 1337, SHB 1337, HB 2150, SHB 2150, SB 5465, SSB 5465
Crisis residential centers and HOPE centers, secure and semi-secure, department authority to allow colocation: * SHB 1858, CH 240 (2011)
Crisis residential centers and HOPE centers, secure and semi-secure, department authority to establish: HB 1858
Deaths caused by health case-associated infections, requiring reports to department by certain long-term care facilities: SB 5818
Detaining persons with mental disorders, department to track and review commitment outcomes and certain treatment costs: HB 1545
Developmental disabilities, children with, shared parenting placement agreements for out-of-home placement: HB 1581, SHB 1581, 2SHB 1581, SB 5573
Disability lifeline program, reforms to include creation of new disability lifeline programs: HB 2082, SB 5938
Disability lifeline program, termination, new programs to be created: HB 1481, * ESHB 2082, CH 36 (2011)
Domestic violence victims, shelters for, transferring program to attorney general's office: HB 2573
Early learning, department of, record-sharing with children's administration: HB 2645
Educational success for youth and alumni of foster care act, role of department: HB 2254, * SHB 2254, CH 163 (2012), SB 6374
Electronic transactions, by contractors, providers, and/or vendors, requirements: HB 1523, SHB 1523, 2SHB 1523
Employees, limiting liability for errors of judgment: SB 5605
Essential needs and housing support program, department role: * ESHB 2082, CH 36 (2011)
Evidence-based and research-based programs for juvenile justice, child welfare, and children's mental health, provisions: * E2SHB 2536, CH 232 (2012)
Evidence-based practice council, establishment: SHB 2536
Evidence-based programs for juvenile justice, child welfare, and children's mental health, expending state funds on: HB 2536, SHB 2536, SB 6205
Eyeglasses, used, department role in providing to persons: SB 6216, SSB 6216
Fatality review panels, domestic violence fatalities, department role: * SB 5395, CH 105 (2011)
Federal health care reform, prohibiting use of state funds for planning or implementation: HB 1804
Firearms possession, background checks, including department among entities to consult during: SSB 5634
Foster care to 21 program, allowing current participants to continue until no longer eligible: HB 2592, * ESHB 2592, CH 52 (2012)
Foster care, department to authority to provide extended foster care services for youth up to age twenty-one: * 2SHB 1128, CH 330 (2011)
Foster care, department to develop plan for extending foster care services for youth up to age twenty-one: SHB 1128
Foster parents, accusations of abuse, notification requirements and handling of unfounded allegations: HB 1930
Fraud and accountability, office of, establishing rewards program for reporting public assistance fraud: HB 2583
Fraud and accountability, office of, establishment within department: SB 5921, * ESSB 5921, CH 42 (2011) PV
Fraud investigation, division of, transfer to division of special investigations to be established in state auditor's office: SB 5329
Fraud investigations, state attorney general to conduct all investigations under Title 74: SB 6606
Fraud ombudsman, appointment by state auditor: SSB 5660
Fraud ombudsman, to work with office of fraud and accountability, appointment by state auditor: SB 5921
Fraud, medicaid and children's health insurance program, implementing waste, fraud, and abuse detection, prevention, and recovery solutions: SB 6466
HOPE centers and crisis residential centers, secure and semi-secure, department authority to allow colocation: * SHB 1858, CH 240 (2011)
HOPE centers and crisis residential centers, secure and semi-secure, department authority to establish: HB 1858
Hospitals, state hospital patients, prohibiting jail refusal to book: SB 6010, ESSB 6010, * SSB 6492, CH 256 (2012)
Hospitals, state hospitals, administering antipsychotic medication without consent to individual committed as criminally insane: ESSB 6010, * SSB 6492, CH 256 (2012)
Hospitals, state hospitals, designation by department of expert to evaluate a patient in certain cases of custodial assault: SB 6010, ESSB 6010
Hospitals, state hospitals, discharge reviews for persons transferred from a correctional facility: SB 5113
Hospitals, state hospitals, extending and clarifying custodial assault provisions: SB 6010, ESSB 6010
Juvenile justice, Washington state partnership council on, grants for local criminal street gang prevention and intervention programs: HB 2432, SHB 2432, 2SHB 2432
Language access provider services, ensuring for certain medicare and public assistance recipients: SB 5807
Legal services for persons committed to department institutions, requirements: HB 2593
Liability provisions for department and its officers, agents, and employees: HB 1580
Liability, limiting for employee errors of judgment: SB 5605
Liability, provisions governing various governmental agencies and entities and their officers, agents, employees, and volunteers: ESSB 5605
Long-term care workers, requirements for certification, background checks, training and enforcement: HB 2314, * ESHB 2314, CH 164 (2012)
Long-term care, department role in increasing protections for vulnerable adults in long-term care settings: HB 1277, * ESHB 1277, CH 3 (2011), SB 5092, SSB 5092, 2SSB 5092
Marijuana, decriminalization and regulation, department role: SI 502, HI 502
Medicaid, department submission of demonstration waiver request to create medicaid program flexibility: SB 5596, SSB 5596
Medicaid, department submission of medicaid and state children's health insurance program demonstration project implementation request: * E2SSB 5596, CH 1 (2011)
Medicaid, department submission of request to medicare and medicaid services' innovation center: SSB 5596, * E2SSB 5596, CH 1 (2011)
Medicaid, department to establish competitive bid process for generic drug manufacturers: HB 1397
Medicaid, department to establish skilled nursing facility safety net assessment medicaid share pass through or rate add-on: HB 1722, SB 5581, * ESSB 5581, CH 7 (2011)
Medicaid, department to submit medicaid and state children's health insurance program waiver of certain eligibility requirements: HB 2546
Medicaid, implementing waste, fraud, and abuse detection, prevention, and recovery solutions: SB 6466
Medicaid, transfer of medical assistance and medicaid purchasing to health care authority: HB 1738, SHB 1738, * 2E2SHB 1738, CH 15 (2011), SB 5477
Medical and rehabilitative services, department of, creating and transferring certain powers and duties to: SB 6606
Medical assistance, transfer of medical assistance and medicaid purchasing to health care authority: HB 1738, SHB 1738, * 2E2SHB 1738, CH 15 (2011), SB 5477
Medical interpretive services, ensuring for certain medicare and public assistance recipients: SB 5807
Mental health disorders, helping persons with, improving collaboration between providers, service delivery, law enforcement, and criminal justice agencies: SB 5452, * SSB 5452, CH 305 (2011)
Middle class jobs act, department role in provisions: HB 1601, SHB 1601
Middle-income bracket, agencies to coordinate efforts to improve services and move households up to middle-income bracket: HB 1601, SHB 1601, HB 2171
Nursing facilities, department to convene work group to incentivize facilities to reduce licensed beds: E2SHB 1901, * ESSB 5708, CH 366 (2011)
Nursing homes, employment of physicians by, conditions: * SHB 1315, CH 228 (2011)
Pharmacy payments, audit of, including systematic program improvement data gathering method: HB 1737, ESHB 1737
Planning processes, agencies to coordinate efforts to improve services and move households up to middle-income bracket or higher: HB 2171
Postacute care program certification standards, department to adopt: HB 1901, SHB 1901, SB 5708
Pregnant women assistance program, creation in connection with termination of disability lifeline program: * ESHB 2082, CH 36 (2011)
Prescription drug recycling program, department role in establishing program for nursing homes: SB 6048
Program integrity, office of, creation within department: SB 5877
Public welfare, department of, creating and transferring certain powers and duties to: SB 6606
Regional support networks, establishment of new boundaries by department: HB 2139, * SHB 2139, CH 91 (2012)
Reinvesting in youth program, amending department duties: * E2SHB 1965, CH 32 (2011)
Reinvesting in youth program, department to establish: SHB 1965
Residential habilitation centers, alternatives to operation of, department to study: HB 2024, SB 5879
Residential habilitation centers, current Frances Haddon Morgan center to be replaced by state-operated living alternatives: HB 2096
Residential habilitation centers, department to close Frances Haddon Morgan center and closing and converting Yakima Valley School: * 2SSB 5459, CH 30 (2011) PV
Residential habilitation centers, department to close Frances Haddon Morgan center and Rainier school: SB 5943
Residential habilitation centers, department to close Frances Haddon Morgan center and Yakima Valley School: SB 5459
Residential habilitation centers, department to convene work group concerning transition process: HB 2096
Residential habilitation centers, department to ensure that residents are properly relocated prior to closing of facility: HB 1620, HB 2096, SB 5429, SB 5943
Residential habilitation centers, developmental disability service system task force, establishment: * 2SSB 5459, CH 30 (2011) PV
Residential habilitation centers, discharge plans and transition from institution to community setting: HB 2096, HB 2581, SB 5459, SSB 5459, SB 5943
Residential habilitation centers, privatizing of, department to study feasibility: SB 5878
Residential habilitation centers, restricting admissions: * 2SSB 5459, CH 30 (2011) PV
Residential habilitation centers, transition from institution to community setting: * 2SSB 5459, CH 30 (2011) PV
Residential habilitation centers, various provisions, including age requirements: HB 2096, SB 5132, SB 5943
Restraints, use on juveniles in court, restrictions and requirements: HB 2298, SHB 2298, SB 6333
Restructuring department, renaming of department and transfer of most duties to new departments: HB 1029
Secure community transition facilities, minimum staffing requirements: HB 1247, * SHB 1247, CH 19 (2011)
Sentencing guidelines commission, transferring juvenile detention facility duties to department: HB 2029, HB 2034
Sexually violent predators, department to conduct examination when committed person returned to its custody: * SHB 2148, CH 7 (2011)
Sexually violent predators, indigent defense services for civil commitment, transfer from department to office of public defense: SB 6493, * SSB 6493, CH 257 (2012)
Skilled nursing facility quality incentive payments, department to design in collaboration with other entities: HB 1722, SB 5581, * ESSB 5581, CH 7 (2011)
Special commitment center, prohibiting taxpayer funding of artworks for center on McNeil Island: SB 5100, SSB 5100
Splitting department into smaller agencies: SB 6606
State food assistance program, department to adopt rules limiting funding to appropriations in omnibus operating appropriations act: HB 2000
Supplemental security income, early transition project, repealing: HB 2437, * SB 6223, CH 57 (2012)
Temporary assistance for needy families, drug testing for applicants: HB 2424
Temporary assistance for needy families, provisions concerning appropriations, eligibility, and family assessments: 2SHB 1741
Temporary assistance for needy families, provisions concerning appropriations, eligibility, family assessments, and use of assistance: SB 5660, SSB 5660
Traumatic brain injury strategic partnership, advisory council, and account, revising provisions: HB 1614, * SHB 1614, CH 143 (2011)
Triage facilities for mental illness, certification by department: * SHB 1170, CH 148 (2011)
Verification of eligibility for public assistance, department duties: SB 5328
Vulnerable adults, abuse of, prohibiting agencies from charging fee for filing or service of process when relief from abuse is sought: * SSB 6403, CH 156 (2012)
Vulnerable adults, health care professionals disqualified from unsupervised access to, to be prohibited from practicing: HB 2578, SHB 2578
Vulnerable adults, orders for protection of, prohibiting agencies from charging fee for filing or service: SB 6403, * SSB 6403, CH 156 (2012)
Vulnerable adults, protection of, department role: HB 1104, SHB 1104, SB 5042, * SSB 5042, CH 170 (2011)
WorkFirst, department and WorkFirst subcabinet to develop an implementation plan for redesign of program: SB 5921
WorkFirst, department role in redesign of program: * ESSB 5921, CH 42 (2011) PV
WorkFirst, department to develop an implementation plan for redesign of program: 2SHB 1741
WorkFirst, employee incentive program for certain department employees, pilot program: SB 5921, * ESSB 5921, CH 42 (2011) PV
WorkFirst, expenditure constraints for WorkFirst temporary assistance for needy families, including child care: HB 1782, SHB 1782, * EHB 2262, CH 217 (2012)
WorkFirst, legislative-executive WorkFirst oversight task force to oversee redesign of program: * ESSB 5921, CH 42 (2011) PV
WorkFirst, limiting percentage of program appropriations to be spent for administrative purposes: SB 6411
WorkFirst, outcome measure to include school enrollment and attendance of recipient's school-aged children: SSB 6153
Working connections child care program, reporting to department of certain changes by applicants and recipients: * SSB 6226, CH 251 (2012)
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Federal and state laws and requirements, mandatory procedures when ordinances, etc., of a district are less restrictive: HB 1111
Joint municipal utility services act: HB 1332, * ESHB 1332, CH 258 (2011), SB 5198, SSB 5198
Management and provision of utility services, creating joint municipal utility services authorities: HB 1332, * ESHB 1332, CH 258 (2011), SB 5198, SSB 5198
Meetings of governing bodies, posting certain meeting information on agency web site: SB 5553, SSB 5553, 2SSB 5553
Public records, hours of availability for inspection and copying: HB 1389, SB 5294, SSB 5294
SPORTS  SPORTS RSS Feed
               
Amateur sports, amusement and recreation services involving, tax exemptions: HB 1452, SB 5422, SB 6189
Baseball stadium, use of certain tax revenues by public facilities district for stadium: * ESSB 5834, CH 38 (2011), ESB 5958, SB 5961
Baseball stadiums, minor league, leasehold excise tax exemption: HB 1269
Basketball tournaments, sales and use tax exemptions when operated by nonprofit organization: SB 6510
Basketball, A.C. Davis High School Pirates boys team, honoring: * HR 4684 (2012)
Basketball, Rainier Beach Vikings boys team, recognizing: * HR 4683 (2012)
Basketball, recognizing Gonzaga Prep Bullpups: * SR 8658 (2011)
Basketball, recognizing Lewis and Clark High School Lady Tigers: * SR 8658 (2011)
Boxing, amateur, revising various provisions to include: HB 2301, * ESHB 2301, CH 99 (2012)
Boxing, events, including licensing and unprofessional conduct provisions: HB 1062, SHB 1062
Cunningham, Frank, honoring: * SR 8675 (2012)
Defibrillators, automated external defibrillator program, establishment for each high school: SB 6562
Defibrillators, automated external, as part of new medical emergency response program for each high school: SB 6631
Football, celebrating Seattle Seahawks' 2010 season: * HR 4630 (2011)
Football, celebrating South Bend High School football team: * SR 8618 (2011)
Football, honoring the Eastern Washington University Eagles: * HR 4618 (2011), * SR 8616 (2011)
Football, honoring Tumwater Thunderbirds football team: * HR 4616 (2011)
Football, recognizing the 2011 Spokane Valley Bengals: * SR 8668 (2012)
Intercollegiate athletic expenses at UW and WSU, prohibiting use of state funds and tuition fees for: SB 6456
Interscholastic activities, establishing the Knight act: * ESSB 6383, CH 155 (2012)
Interscholastic activities, Washington interscholastic activities association penalties: SB 6383, * ESSB 6383, CH 155 (2012)
Kickboxing, events, classifying kickboxing with martial arts: HB 1062, SHB 1062
Larsen, Chris, 2010 long haul bombers stadium power tour titleholder: * HR 4625 (2011)
Martial arts, amateur, revising various provisions to include: HB 2301
Martial arts, events, including licensing and unprofessional conduct provisions: HB 1062, SHB 1062
Martial arts, including mixed martial arts, amateur, revising various provisions to include: * ESHB 2301, CH 99 (2012)
Medical emergency response program, establishment, to include an automated external defibrillator for each high school: SB 6631
Motorsports, creating public speedway authority for professional motorsports entertainment and family recreation facility: SB 5856
National women and girls in sports day, celebrating: * SR 8673 (2012)
Officials, amateur, not included in mandatory industrial insurance coverage under certain conditions: HB 1636
Officials, amateur, services performed not to be considered employment for certain unemployment compensation purposes: HB 1636, * ESHB 1636, CH 264 (2011)
Running events, sales and use tax exemptions when operated by nonprofit organization: SB 6510
Shooting ranges, statutory provisions to protect ranges and range owners: HB 1508, ESHB 1508
Softball, Central Washington University, honoring Dr. Gary Frederick: * HR 4605 (2011)
Swimming and diving, honoring Kamiak high school boys team: * HR 4643 (2011)
Washington women and girls in sports, honoring: * SR 8637 (2011)
Wrestling, amateur, revising various provisions to include: HB 2301, * ESHB 2301, CH 99 (2012)
Wrestling, events, including licensing and unprofessional conduct provisions: HB 1062, SHB 1062
Wrestling, honoring Sheridan McDonald: * SR 8660 (2011)
STADIUMS  (See SPORTS)
STANDARD TIME, PACIFIC  (See TIME)
STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS  STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS RSS Feed
               (See also OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; PUBLIC LANDS; RECORDS; STATE GOVERNMENT)
Actions and claims against state, claim or judgment amount liability limits: SB 6458
Agreements between federal government and state agencies, agencies to report to legislature: HB 1947
Alternative fuel vehicles, delaying requirements for state agencies and local governments: HB 1781, SHB 1781
Annual assessment and performance grading, state auditor to improve government through program: HB 1764
Archaeology and historic preservation, department of, abolishing and transfer of powers, duties, and functions to department of natural resources: HB 1850, SB 5669
Archaeology and historic preservation, department of, abolishing and transferring powers, duties, and functions to office of the lieutenant governor: SB 5835