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               (See also ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; DRUGS; FIREARMS; FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS; TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS)
Back-to-school clothing and school supply items, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1457
Bags, plastic shopping, supplied by retailer, excise tax: SB 5415
Credit accounts, private label, unpaid balances retailer sales tax credit or refund: SB 5910
Electronic products, selling to secondhand dealer via automated kiosk: * HB 1623, CH 169 (2017)
Fuel, motor, posting retail fuel tax rates on pumps: HB 2180
Suppression devices and phantom-ware, not needed as evidence, disposition of: SB 5358, * SSB 5358, CH 323 (2017)
Tires, fee on retail sale of, repealing: HB 1191
SALES TAX  (See TAXES - SALES)
SALMON  (See FISH)
SASQUATCH  (See STATE DESIGNATIONS, OFFICIAL)
SCHOOL DIRECTORS' ASSOCIATION, WASHINGTON STATE  SCHOOL DIRECTORS' ASSOCIATION, WASHINGTON STATE RSS Feed
               
Digital citizenship, media literacy, and internet safety, association role: SB 5449, * ESSB 5449, CH 90 (2017)
Education sector excellence assessment framework, WSSDA implementation of: SB 5567
SCHOOL EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM (SERS)  (See RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS  SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               (See also COLLECTIVE BARGAINING; PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR STANDARDS BOARD; RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS; SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, OFFICE (OSPI))
Abuse or neglect of children, hotline for reporting, posting in schools: HB 1563
Academic, innovation, and mentoring (AIM) program, Washington: SB 5258, SSB 5258, * 2SSB 5258, CH 180 (2017)
Administrators, DEL licensing decisions, community appeals boards, establishing: HB 1957
Administrators, professional certification, professional development credit option: SHB 1341, SB 5858
Administrators, professional certification, prohibiting PESB from requiring: HB 1341
Agriculture science education grant program and lighthouse account, creating: HB 1453, SB 5318
Allergen information, posting at public schools: HB 1878
Applied learning opportunities, applied learning advisory committee, establishing: HB 1313
Assessment tests, as graduation requirements, various provisions: HB 1012, HB 1572, HB 1793, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), SB 5202, 2ESB 5891, SB 5951
Assessment tests, English language arts, revising: HB 1793, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), SB 5951
Assessment tests, mathematics, revising: HB 1793, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), SB 5951
Assessment tests, SAT and ACT tests: HB 1793, HB 2224, SB 5951
Assessment tests, science requirements, revising: HB 1012, HB 1793, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), 2ESB 5891, SB 5951
Assessment tests, using ACT for federal accountability purposes: HB 1415
Assessment tests, various duties of board of education, transferring to OSPI: HB 1886, SB 5673
Assessments required for graduation, eliminating in various cases: HB 1046, ESHB 1046, HB 1256, HB 1415, HB 1793
Assessments required for graduation, using college readiness assessments: HB 1572, SB 5202
Assessments, alternative, taking without taking statewide assessment, when: SB 5639
Assessments, private schools, extending requirements to: SB 5949
Battle Ground High School drama club, recognizing: * HR 4621 (2017)
Bonds and payment levies, school district, allowing simple majority to authorize: HJR 4204
Bonds and payment levies, school district, requiring simple majority to authorize: HB 1778, HJR 4203, SB 5076, SJR 8202
Bonds and payment levies, school district, simple majority in general election for: HB 1779
Bonds, for capital and operating budgets, issuance authority, expiration: SHB 1080
Buildings, mapping of, when: HB 1982
Bullying, district antiharassment, intimidation, and bullying policy: SB 5766
Buses, replacing certain buses with alternative fuel buses, when: SB 5931
Buses, safety belts in: HB 1246, SB 5054, SB 5503, SSB 5503
Buses, school, definition: SB 5503, SSB 5503
Buses, traffic safety cameras on, requirements and detected-infraction revenues: HB 1246
Camas High School Papermakers boys' swim team, honoring: * HR 4627 (2017)
Camas High School Papermakers football team, congratulating: * HR 4607 (2017)
Camas High School Papermakers girls' soccer team, honoring: * HR 4608 (2017)
Career and technical education, allocations for certain costs: HB 1282, SB 5183
Career and technical education, conditional scholarship program, creating: 2SHB 1827
Career and technical education, course equivalencies for, increasing: SSB 5853
Career and technical education, curriculum framework and social studies content: SB 5622
Career and technical education, equipment for, grant process for districts: SSB 5853
Career and technical education, funding via certain aerospace tax revenues: HB 2146
Career and technical education, funding, uses and maximum indirect cost: SB 5853, SSB 5853
Career and technical education, future teachers of, conditional scholarship program: HB 1756
Career and technical education, in middle schools, grants for: HB 1898
Career and technical education, in middle schools, OSPI to examine: HB 1898
Career and technical education, online courses, prohibiting certain restrictions: HB 1756
Career and technical education, school district plans for delivery, approval of: HB 1756
Career and technical education, teacher certification and endorsement provisions: HB 1756
Career and technical education, to include elementary students: SB 5206
Certificates of achievement, academic and individual, as private school requirement: SB 5949
Certificates of achievement, academic and individual, discontinuing: HB 1046, ESHB 1046, HB 1256
Certificates of achievement, academic, discontinuing: HB 1415
Certificates of achievement, academic, revising requirements: HB 1793, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), SB 5951
Certificates of achievement, academic, student outcomes report: HB 1793
Certificates of achievement, individual, special education student recipients of: SB 5348, SSB 5348
Charter schools, districts as authorizers of, approval by board of education: HB 1886, SB 5673
Charter schools, funding: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Charter schools, in publicly funded system, constitutional amendment: SJR 8200
Charter schools, interschool athletics and extracurricular activities participation: HB 1208, * SB 5129, CH 60 (2017)
Civic learning, public-private partnership and account, establishing: SB 5236, SSB 5236, 2SSB 5236
Civics component of federal naturalization test, as graduation prerequisite: HB 1706
Civics education, Ed Bergh, Yelm High School history teacher, honoring the career of: * HR 4625 (2017)
Civics education, expanded teacher training program, establishing: HB 1896, SB 5668
Civics program for students, responsible participation in government, developing: SB 5313, SSB 5313
Coaches, retired teachers as, postretirement employment under TRS: SB 5310
College and career readiness, new account funding for, provisions: HB 2075, SB 5758, SSB 5758
College bound scholarship program, aligning eligibility with state need grant: HB 1512, SHB 1512, E2SHB 1512, SB 5074
College bound scholarship program, pledge options: HB 1293, SHB 1293, HB 1512, SHB 1512, E2SHB 1512
College bound scholarship, expanding eligibility: HB 1512, SHB 1512, E2SHB 1512
Composting, in public schools, student opportunity for: HB 1781, SB 5571
Construction, K-3 class size reduction construction grant pilot program, modifying: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Construction, labor and materials sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1203
Construction, lottery revenue bonds for, authorizing: HB 1517, HB 1694, SHB 1694
Construction, public and charter, via indebtedness, sales and use tax exemption: SB 5166
Construction, school construction assistance program, modifying: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Construction, small rural districts, advisory committee: HB 1923, SB 5453, SSB 5453
Construction, small rural districts, school construction assistance program grants: HB 1923, SB 5453, SSB 5453
Counselors, bilingual educator initiative, including pilot projects: SB 5712, SSB 5712
Counselors, guidance, funding enhancements for: HB 2185
Counselors, guidance, supporting student social-emotional learning: HB 1621
Counselors, psychologists, and social workers, collaboration time, grant program for: HB 1377, SHB 1377
Counselors, psychologists, and social workers, meeting student mental health needs: HB 1377, SHB 1377
Counselors, psychologists, and social workers, school, task force on, convening: HB 1377, SHB 1377
Counselors, psychologists, and social workers, social-emotional learning support: HB 1621
Courseware, openly licensed, library of, provisions: HB 1688
Curlew School District, Charlie Groth, teacher and coach, recognizing: * SR 8674 (2017)
Curlew School District, Don Nelson, teacher and coach, recognizing: * SR 8673 (2017)
Cursive writing, teaching in common schools: SB 5238
Digital citizenship, media literacy, and internet safety, advancing in schools: SB 5449, * ESSB 5449, CH 90 (2017)
Districts, accounting practices technical working group, convening: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, SB 5623
Districts, as charter school authorizers, approval by board of education: HB 1886, SB 5673
Districts, basic health benefits for all districts to be determined by PEBB: SB 5726, SSB 5726
Districts, basic health coverage offered by, family-to-single premium cost ratio: SB 5727
Districts, board of directors member compensation: SB 5115
Districts, duty to protect students from sexual assault, when: SB 5505
Districts, education sector excellence assessment framework, implementing, pilot: SB 5567
Districts, elections, district-based or alternative: HB 1800, SB 5067, SB 5267, SB 6002
Districts, employee benefits annual reports, eliminating: * HB 1042, CH 7 (2017)
Districts, first- and second-class, renaming as class one and class two: SB 5641, SSB 5641
Districts, four-year budget planning, requirements: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Districts, health benefit plans, same percentage cost share for all employees: HB 2110
Districts, information concerning, in real estate seller disclosure statements: HB 1579
Districts, local revenues, enrichment restrictions and administrative requirements: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Districts, not liable for student criminal conduct outside supervision: SB 5226, SB 5505
Districts, paraeducator programs, implementing to test, when: HB 1115, SB 5070
Districts, separate accounting of state, local, and federal revenue expenditures: SB 5825
Districts, small rural, school construction assistance program grants for: HB 1923, SB 5453, SSB 5453
Districts, waivers of state laws and rules, districts' authority to grant to schools: SB 5562
Driver training education, curriculum and instructors, requirements: HB 1481, * ESHB 1481, CH 197 (2017)
Dropout prevention through farm engagement pilot project, establishing: HB 1542
Dual language learning, bilingual educator initiative pilot programs: * SHB 1445, CH 236 (2017)
Dual language learning, grow your own bilingual educator grant program: HB 1445, SB 5529, SSB 5529
Dual language learning, K-12 grant program and supporting efforts: HB 1445, * SHB 1445, CH 236 (2017), SB 5529, SSB 5529
Early childhood education and assistance program, funding, role of school districts: * 2SSB 5107, CH 178 (2017)
Early learning programs, funding from community sources, local pathway for: SB 5107, SSB 5107, * 2SSB 5107, CH 178 (2017)
Educational service districts, basic health benefits to be determined by PEBB: SB 5726, SSB 5726
Educational service districts, education sector excellent assessment framework: SB 5567
Educational service districts, employee benefits annual reports, eliminating: * HB 1042, CH 7 (2017)
Educational service districts, flexibility school and zone designation, ESD role: HB 1705
Educational service districts, mental health lead staff person, establishing: HB 1713, SHB 1713, SB 5763, SSB 5763
Educational service districts, mental health/substance use disorder lead staff person: * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017)
Educational service districts, using model language access training curricula: HB 1295, HB 1451
Educational staff associates, salary allocation, years of service calculation for: HB 1374, SB 5283
Educator certification, alternative routes for certain persons: 2SHB 1827
Educator certification, professional educator collaborative, establishing: SHB 1341, 2SHB 1827, SB 5858
Educator conditional scholarship and loan repayment programs, provisions: 2SHB 1827
Educator recruitment, military personnel, work group on, convening: 2SHB 1827
Educator recruitment, regional recruiters for: 2SHB 1827
Educators, beginning educator support team program, establishing: 2SHB 1827
Educators, certification, recruitment, effectiveness, retention, and supports: 2SHB 1827
Educators, space available tuition waivers for, when: 2SHB 1827
Emergencies, evacuation or lockdown, first responder schools notification role: HB 1982
Emergencies, statewide panic button program, developing: HB 1284
Employees, access to persons with developmental disabilities, background checks: SB 5605, * SSB 5605, CH 33 (2017)
Employees, basic health benefits for all districts, determination by PEBB: SB 5726, SSB 5726
Employees, benefits, district and educational service district reports, eliminating: * HB 1042, CH 7 (2017)
Employees, benefits, school employees' benefits board, creating: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Employees, certificated and classified, cost-of-living increases: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, SB 5297, SB 5623
Employees, certificated and classified, housing allowance for, when: SB 5534, SSB 5534, SB 5607, SSB 5607
Employees, certificated and classified, inflationary salary increases: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Employees, certificated and classified, professional learning days: HB 2185
Employees, certificated and classified, salaries, minimum statewide average basis: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, SB 5623
Employees, certificated instructional staff, ending statewide salary schedule for: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Employees, certificated instructional staff, extended-year contracts, modifying: ESSB 5875
Employees, certificated instructional staff, minimum salary and supplemental contracts: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5825
Employees, certificated instructional staff, model salary grid work group: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Employees, certificated instructional staff, professional learning days: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Employees, certificated instructional staff, state salary allocation model, modifying: HB 2185, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5297
Employees, collective bargaining and salaries, modifications: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Employees, collective bargaining unit representative elections: HB 1607, SB 5551
Employees, cost-of-living adjustments, I-732 provisions, repealing: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Employees, district basic health coverage, family-to-single premium cost ratio: SB 5727
Employees, district, same health plan percentage cost share for all: HB 2110
Employees, educator preparation data, availability for PESB use: HB 1741, * SHB 1741, CH 172 (2017), SB 5526
Employees, educator professional growth plans disclosure exemption, when: * HB 1732, CH 16 (2017), SB 5547
Employees, on a PESB committee, reimbursing district for substitute for: * HB 1734, CH 17 (2017), SB 5548
Employees, requiring union membership or dues/fees payment, prohibiting: SB 5692
Employees, salaries, increases through inflationary adjustment allocation: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Employees, salaries, reviewing and rebasing of allocations: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Ethnic studies, model curriculum, development and advisory committee: HB 1294
Extracurricular activities, including varsity, military children eligibility for: HB 1023, SB 5117
Extracurricular activities, voluntary nonprofit entities, policy role of legislature: SB 5583
Facilities, insufficient for accepting K-3 class reduction funding, offsetting, how: HB 2050
Facilities, K-3 class size reduction construction grant pilot program, modifying: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Facilities, modernization of, assistance program grants for: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Facilities, preservation and renewal of, assistance program grants for: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Facilities, siting of, as essential public facilities and/or outside urban growth areas: SB 5651, SSB 5651
Facilities, siting of, as planning priority: HB 1017
Facilities, siting of, in rural areas, authority and requirements for, when: HB 1017, * ESHB 1017, CH 129 (2017) PV, HB 2216, * HB 2243, CH 32 (2017), SB 5942, SB 5945
Facilities, siting of, public facility/utility extensions when rural/outside UGA: HB 1017, * ESHB 1017, CH 129 (2017) PV, HB 2216, * HB 2243, CH 32 (2017), SB 5651, SSB 5651, SB 5942, SB 5945
Facilities, various, leasehold excise tax exemption: SB 5677
Family and community engagement coordinators, duties and funding allocations: HB 1618, SHB 1618
Feminine hygiene products, free of cost in restrooms for female students: SB 5802
Firearm safety and hunter education elective course, development: HB 1174, SB 5216
Firearms, possession, suspension of K-2 students for: SB 5155, SSB 5155
Flexibility schools and zones, designation as, developing process for: HB 1705
Food and beverage sales, healthy, ASB revenue loss due to, state reimbursement: SB 5417
Freedom of expression/speech, in student media, including civil action for relief: SB 5064, SSB 5064
Funding, basic education, additional state property tax to ensure: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Funding, basic education, comprehensive modifications for: HB 2185
Funding, basic education, comprehensive modifications to ensure: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5607, SSB 5607, SB 5825
Funding, basic education, comprehensive modifications, revisions to SSB 5607: ESSB 5875
Funding, basic education, defining as per pupil: SB 5948
Funding, basic education, employee cost-of-living increases as part of: HB 2185
Funding, basic education, four-year balanced budget requirements suspension for: HB 1438
Funding, basic education, intangible personal property tax funds for: SB 5948
Funding, basic education, investments in, with local effort contribution reductions: HB 2185
Funding, career and technical education, funds uses and maximum indirect cost: SB 5853, SSB 5853
Funding, career and technical education, grant process for equipment for: SSB 5853
Funding, career and technical education, new account funds for: HB 2075, HB 2146, SB 5758, SSB 5758
Funding, career and technical education, tying to general education funding: HB 1282, HB 2185, SB 5183
Funding, certain exemptions and deductions, repealing to fund basic education: SB 5765
Funding, certificated instructional staff, state salary allocation model, modifying: HB 2185, SB 5297
Funding, certificated instructional staff, supplemental contract requirements: HB 1684, HB 1843, ESHB 1843, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5486, SB 5623, SB 5825
Funding, charter schools: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Funding, college-level courses in high schools, new account funds for: HB 2075, SB 5758, SSB 5758
Funding, counties with federal forest land, eliminating allocation reductions in: HB 1393, SB 5664
Funding, district special education allocation: SB 5432
Funding, drop-out prevention strategies, new account funds for: HB 2075, SB 5758, SSB 5758
Funding, education legacy trust account, capital gains tax revenue deposits into: HB 1730, HB 1926, HB 2186, SHB 2186, ESB 5111, SB 5929, SB 5959
Funding, education legacy trust account, forfeited property proceeds deposits into: HB 2136
Funding, education legacy trust account, various deposits into: HB 1549, HB 1550, HB 1555, HB 2136, HB 2186, SHB 2186, HB 2192, ESSB 5033, SB 5112, ESB 5113, SB 5127, SB 5929
Funding, employee salaries, minimum statewide average salaries as basis: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, SB 5623
Funding, enhancements to basic education, phasing-in certain: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, SB 5623
Funding, enrichment levy limitations and state local effort assistance role: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Funding, family and community engagement coordinator allocations: HB 1618, SHB 1618
Funding, K-12 allocations for smaller class sizes, I-1351 provisions, repealing: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Funding, K-12, separate legislation by deadlines using current revenue sources: HB 1021, HB 1025
Funding, K-3 allocations for smaller class sizes, schools unable to accept: ESHB 1843, HB 2050, HB 2185
Funding, learning assistance concentration and foster-homeless allocations: HB 1511, SHB 1511
Funding, per pupil model, adding transportation and adjusting basic guarantee: ESSB 5875
Funding, per pupil model, weighted, to replace K-12 prototypical allocation model: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Funding, postsecondary and employment opportunities exposure, funds for: HB 2075, SB 5758, SSB 5758
Funding, regular basic education levy and separate enrichment levy, funds use: SB 5825
Funding, separate accounting of state, local, and federal revenue expenditures: SB 5825
Funding, staffing enrichments technical work group, convening: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Funding, student health and social-emotional learning support staff, allocations: HB 1621
Funding, supplemental funding for various groups of students and programs: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Funding, teachers, salary allocation schedule credit for industry years: HB 1756
Funding, transportation allocation, provisions: HB 1689, SB 5367
Funding, uniform per pupil allocation model, establishing: SB 5825
Future farmers of America, Washington's, recognizing: * HR 4614 (2017), * SR 8621 (2017)
Gangs, gangs in schools, task force on, repealing: HB 1687
Graduation requirements, assessment tests as, various changes: HB 1012, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), 2ESB 5891, SB 5951
Graduation requirements, credits required for graduation, revising: HB 1509
Graduation requirements, establishing, board of education role: HB 1886, SB 5673
Graduation requirements, extending to private schools: SB 5949
Graduation requirements, federal naturalization test, civics component of the: HB 1706
Graduation requirements, high school and beyond plans: HB 1793, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), SB 5951
Graduation requirements, locally determined courses, studying: HB 1793
Graduation requirements, locally directed intervention strategies, various: HB 2224, SB 5951
Graduation requirements, various assessments and/or certificates, eliminating: HB 1046, ESHB 1046, HB 1256, HB 1415
Harassment, district antiharassment, intimidation, and bullying policy: SB 5766
Health care, including mental health care, students needing or receiving: HB 1060, SHB 1060, HB 1377, SHB 1377, HB 1563, HB 1641, * SHB 1641, CH 275 (2017), HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), HB 1788, SB 5290, SB 5448, SB 5763, SSB 5763
High school diplomas, through technical college direct funded enrollment program: HB 1733, * SB 5640, CH 93 (2017)
High school equivalency certificates, tests for, GED fairness act: SB 5731
High school equivalency certificates, tests for, options: SB 5731
Historic preservation or landmark regulations, application to certain districts: SB 5805
Homeschooling, of foster youth, as alternative to attending school, permitting: HB 2053, HB 2054
Human rights, universal declaration of, educating students concerning: SB 5420
Immunization, of school children, exemption form requirements and prohibitions: HB 2092
Indian history, Since Time Immemorial curriculum in teacher preparation programs: HB 2034, SB 5028
Innovation schools and zones, authorizing and establishing: HB 1215
Instructional resources, openly licensed courseware, provisions: HB 1688
Interpreters, educational, for persons with limited English proficiency: HB 1295, HB 1451
Interpreters, educational, sign language and sign system requirements: HB 1303, SHB 1303, SB 5142, * SSB 5142, CH 34 (2017)
Interscholastic activities association, rules and policies of, role of legislature: SB 5583
K-12 governance and responsibilities, K-12, legislative task force on, establishing: 2ESHB 1886
Kamiakin High School Braves football team, honoring: * HR 4606 (2017)
Kentridge High School Chargers girls' basketball team, honoring: * HR 4629 (2017)
Kentwood High School boys' basketball team, honoring: * HR 4630 (2017)
Kindergarteners, month of, September to be: HB 1901
Language access, advisory committee and lighthouse collaboratives: HB 1295, HB 1451
Language access, for persons with limited English proficiency, improving: HB 1295, HB 1451
Learning assistance, allocations for: HB 2185
Learning assistance, building concentration allocation: HB 1511, SHB 1511
Learning assistance, foster-homeless allocation: HB 1511, SHB 1511
Learning assistance, new allocation for high-poverty schools: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Learning labs, in public middle and junior high schools, pilot project: HB 1412, SB 5291
Levies for schools, basic education and enrichment, separate levies for: SB 5825
Levies for schools, bond redemption payments, period for increased levy: HB 1344, * SHB 1344, CH 296 (2017), SB 5062
Levies for schools, certain revisions to SSB 5607: ESSB 5875
Levies for schools, district one percent limit, exemption, when: SJR 8207
Levies for schools, enrichment limitations and state local effort assistance role: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Levies for schools, equalization through matching funds: SB 5825
Levies for schools, excess, maximum levy amount and percentage: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, SB 5298, SB 5607, SSB 5607, SB 5623
Levies for schools, exemption for certain senior citizens and veterans, when: SB 5825
Levies for schools, intangible personal property tax exemption, limiting of: SB 5948
Levies for schools, lid revisions: HB 1059, SHB 1059, HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, * ESB 5023, CH 6 (2017), SB 5298, SB 5607, SSB 5607, SB 5623
Levies for schools, lid revisions, delaying: HB 1059, SHB 1059, HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, * ESB 5023, CH 6 (2017), SB 5607, SSB 5607, SB 5623
Levies for schools, local effort assistance, matching funds allocation, modifying: SB 5298
Levies for schools, local effort assistance, revisions: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5623
Levies for schools, local effort levy by state at uniform rate: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Levies for schools, local effort levy by state, revisions to SSB 5607: ESSB 5875
Levies for schools, local enrichment policies, extending current: HB 1059, SHB 1059, * ESB 5023, CH 6 (2017)
Levies for schools, maintenance and operation, not using for basic education: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, * ESB 5023, CH 6 (2017)
Levies for schools, school district bond payment, general election simple majority: HB 1779
Levies for schools, school district bond payment, simple majority to authorize: HB 1778, HJR 4203, HJR 4204, SB 5076, SJR 8202
Levies for schools, state additional, lowering in 2018: SB 6004
Levies for schools, state property tax levies for common schools, revisions: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Marijuana, medical use, administration to students: HB 1060, SHB 1060, SB 5290
Meal programs, breakfast after start of day, as instructional hours, when: ESHB 1508, SSB 5696
Meal programs, breakfast after the bell lighthouse pilot project and requirements: HB 1508
Meal programs, breakfast after the bell program models and procedures: ESHB 1508, SB 6003
Meal programs, breakfast after the bell, as instructional hours, when: SB 6003
Meal programs, breakfast after the bell, in high-needs schools: ESHB 1508, SB 5696, SB 6003
Meal programs, reduced-price lunches, eliminating copays: HB 1508
Meals, farm-to-school and small and direct marketing farm programs: HB 1508
Meals, farm-to-school and small farm direct marketing programs: ESHB 1508
Mental health, psychotropic medications or screening, school requiring, prohibiting: HB 1788, SB 5448
Mental health, services coordinator in OSPI and lighthouse ESD: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Mental health, student distress response plan, to include abuse hotline policy in: HB 1563
Mental health/substance use disorder, lead staff person, ESD pilot sites: * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017)
Mercer Island High School, student Zoe Sheill, HELP club member, honoring: * SR 8653 (2017)
Middle schools, career and technical education in, grants for: HB 1898
Military children, extracurricular activities, including varsity, eligibility for: HB 1023, SB 5117
Minority students, racial and ethnic, impact statements on legislation concerning: SB 5588
Monroe school district, former teacher Donnetta Walser, honoring and remembering: * SR 8640 (2017)
Neah Bay High School Red Devils boys' football and basketball teams, honoring: * SR 8638 (2017)
Nurses, licensed, practice authority in schools without nonnurse supervisor: HB 1346, * SHB 1346, CH 84 (2017), SB 5325
Nurses, supporting student health, funds allocation for: HB 1621
Nutrition, of students, equipment assistance grant program for improving: EHB 1551, SB 5708
Open educational resources project, removing expiration: HB 1688
Out-of-school time programs, enabling neighborhood groups to provide: SB 5258, SSB 5258, * 2SSB 5258, CH 180 (2017)
Paraeducators, certification, courses, employment, practice, training, programs: * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV
Paraeducators, effect on student outcomes, studying: HB 1115, * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV, SB 5070
Paraeducators, employment and training standards and programs: HB 1115, SB 5070
Paraeducators, paraeducator board, creating: HB 1115, * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV, SB 5070
Paraeducators, pipeline for paraeducators conditional scholarship program for: 2SHB 1827
Paraeducators, pipeline scholarship program for: * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV
Paraeducators, teacher and administrator training concerning: * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV
Parent involvement coordinators, funding enhancements for: HB 2185
Parent involvement coordinators, supporting student social-emotional learning: HB 1621
Performance assessment standards, districts, ESD's, and state education agencies: SB 5567
Performance goals, accountability monitoring and reporting system, establishing: ESHB 1843, HB 2185
Physical education, annual district examinations of programs of: HB 1235, * SHB 1235, CH 80 (2017)
Principals, evaluation system, steering committee for, removing expiration: HB 1691
Principals, evaluations of, schedule for: HB 1319, ESHB 1319
Principals, mentoring of, beginning educator support program, provisions: HB 1601, SB 5459
Principals, professional certification to be optional: * E2SHB 1341, CH 26 (2017) PV
Principals, professional certification, professional development credit option: SHB 1341, SB 5858
Principals, professional certification, prohibiting PESB from requiring: HB 1341
Principals, retired, as mentors or advisers, postretirement employment under TRS: SSB 5487
Private schools, board of education role: HB 1886, SB 5673
Private schools, extending assessment and graduation requirements to: SB 5949
Property, school district, historic preservation or landmark regulations, when: SB 5805
Public schools not free from sectarian control, constitutional amendment to allow: SJR 8203, SJR 8205
Public speaking, grades two through five, grant program for: HB 1254
Recycling, in public schools, student opportunity for: HB 1781, SB 5571
Safety drills, for earthquakes and tsunamis, when: HB 1279
Safety drills, for earthquakes, tsunamis, and various other emergencies, when: * SHB 1279, CH 165 (2017)
Safety planning, seismic safety of school buildings, engineering survey for: HB 1703
Safety, evacuation or lockdown, first responder schools notification role: HB 1982
Safety, first responder building mapping system to include school buildings: HB 1982
Schools and school facilities, siting, as planning priority: HB 1017
Schools, siting in rural areas, authority and requirements for, when: HB 1017, * ESHB 1017, CH 129 (2017) PV, HB 2216, * HB 2243, CH 32 (2017), SB 5942, SB 5945
Schools, siting, as essential public facilities and/or outside urban growth areas: SB 5651, SSB 5651
Schools, siting, public facility/utility extensions when rural/outside UGA: HB 1017, * ESHB 1017, CH 129 (2017) PV, HB 2216, * HB 2243, CH 32 (2017), SB 5651, SSB 5651, SB 5942, SB 5945
Sectarian control, public schools not free from, constitutional amendment to allow: SJR 8203, SJR 8205
Sexual abuse of K-12 students, Erin's law legislative task force, establishing: HB 1539
Sexual abuse of K-12 students, preventing, model curriculum for: HB 1539
Skill center cooperatives, capital account for, host district to maintain: SB 5644, * SSB 5644, CH 187 (2017)
Social emotional learning and health, staff to support, funds allocation for: HB 1621
Social emotional learning, K-12 benchmarks work group, extending: SB 5714
Social emotional learning, programs, summer step-up grant program for: HB 1518, SHB 1518
Social emotional learning, work group and technical advisor for: HB 1518, SHB 1518
Social security numbers of students, handling by districts, standards and prohibitions: HB 2249
Social studies classes, student voter sign up and registration in, when: HB 1513, ESHB 1513
Social studies, integrating content into career and technical education course: SB 5622
Special education, certificate of individual achievement recipients, provisions: SB 5348, SSB 5348
Special education, district funding allocation: SB 5432
Special education, funded enrollment percent work group, convening: ESHB 1843, HB 2185
Special education, transition services eligibility from 18 to 21, when: SB 5348, SSB 5348
Sports activities, on school grounds after, free speech and exercise of religion: HB 1602
STEM programs, K-12, grant program for funding: SB 5206
Students protecting students program, establishing: HB 1310
Students, at-risk youth, on-time grade level progression, procedures: HB 1444, * SHB 1444, CH 166 (2017)
Students, attending several high schools, receiving diploma, when: HB 1444, * SHB 1444, CH 166 (2017)
Students, back-to-school clothing and supplies, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1457
Students, behavioral expectations, preventative/restorative measures for meeting: SB 5155, SSB 5155
Students, bilingual, mentoring via educator initiative to increase bilingual educators: SB 5712, SSB 5712
Students, changing residence mid-term, online courses or programs for : HB 1444
Students, foster or homeless youth, partial credit for courses not completed, when: * SSB 5241, CH 40 (2017)
Students, foster youth, partial credit for courses not completed, when: HB 1628, SB 5241
Students, homeless, district transportation of, certain surcharge to fund: HB 2206
Students, homeless, health care informed consent from school personnel: HB 1641, * SHB 1641, CH 275 (2017)
Students, homeless, on-time grade level progression, procedures: HB 1444, * SHB 1444, CH 166 (2017)
Students, instruction at technical college, taking alternative assessment, when: SB 5639
Students, K-2, removal from class, when: SB 5155, SSB 5155
Students, Sam Strahan of Freeman High School, renaming of SR 27 portion in honor of: SJM 8014
Students, transgender, model policy and procedure, district requirements: SB 5766
Students, Zoe Sheill, Prudential Spirit of Community Award recipient, congratulating: * SR 8653 (2017)
Summer step-up grant program, for summer programs, establishing: SB 5733
Sunscreen, tropical sunscreen products, at schools/events, permitting: HB 1573, SB 5404, * SSB 5404, CH 186 (2017)
Supplies and back-to-school clothing, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1457
Tahoma High School We the People team, honoring: * HR 4611 (2017), * SR 8610 (2017)
Teachers, beginning educator support team program, establishing: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, bilingual educator initiative pilot programs: * SHB 1445, CH 236 (2017)
Teachers, bilingual educator initiative, including pilot projects: SB 5712, SSB 5712
Teachers, career and technical education conditional scholarship program, creating: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, career and technical education, certifications and endorsements: HB 1756
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, ending statewide salary schedule for: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, extended-year contracts, modifying: ESSB 5875
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, housing allowance for, when: SB 5534, SSB 5534, SB 5607, SSB 5607
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, model salary grid work group: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, professional learning days: HB 2185, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, state salary allocation model, modifying: HB 2185, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5297
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, supplemental contract requirements: HB 1684, HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5486, SB 5623, SB 5825
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, TRII contracts: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, SB 5623
Teachers, certification, alternative route conditional scholarship program, creating: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, certification, alternative route programs, outcomes-based policies: * EHB 1654, CH 14 (2017), SB 5217
Teachers, certification, alternative routes for certain persons: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, certification, external assessments and other requirements, modifying: HB 1341
Teachers, certification, professional educator collaborative, establishing: SHB 1341, 2SHB 1827, SB 5858
Teachers, certification, recruitment, effectiveness, retention, and supports: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, certification, recruitment, effectiveness, retention, and supports, findings: SHB 1827
Teachers, certification, three options for: SHB 1341, SB 5858
Teachers, Charlie Groth, Curlew School District, recognizing: * SR 8674 (2017)
Teachers, classroom, evaluations of, schedule for: HB 1319, ESHB 1319
Teachers, DEL licensing decisions, community appeals boards, establishing: HB 1957
Teachers, Don Nelson, Curlew School District, recognizing: * SR 8673 (2017)
Teachers, Ed Bergh, Yelm High School history teacher, honoring the career of: * HR 4625 (2017)
Teachers, educator preparation data, availability for PESB use: HB 1741, * SHB 1741, CH 172 (2017), SB 5526
Teachers, endorsements, educator retooling conditional scholarship program, modifying: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, evaluation system, steering committee for, removing expiration: HB 1691
Teachers, expanded civics education training program for, establishing: HB 1896, SB 5668
Teachers, federal student loan repayment in exchange for teaching service program, modifying: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, future teachers conditional scholarship and loan repayment program: SB 5585
Teachers, grow your own bilingual educator grant program: HB 1445, SB 5529, SSB 5529
Teachers, in high-need schools, education loan forgiveness, when: HB 1643
Teachers, K-3, increasing through scholarship and loan repayment program: SB 5585
Teachers, K-3, teaching assistant to assist, when: HB 2050
Teachers, mentoring of, beginning educator support program, provisions: HB 1601, SB 5459
Teachers, minimum salary and supplemental contracts: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5825
Teachers, on a PESB committee, reimbursing district for substitute for: * HB 1734, CH 17 (2017), SB 5548
Teachers, preparation programs, prioritizing expansion of enrollments, when: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, preparation programs, Since Time Immemorial Indian history curriculum in: HB 2034, SB 5028
Teachers, preservice candidates, waiving evidence-based assessment, when: HB 1664
Teachers, professional certification to be optional: * E2SHB 1341, CH 26 (2017) PV
Teachers, professional growth plans submitted via eCert, disclosure exemption: * HB 1732, CH 16 (2017), SB 5547
Teachers, recruiting Washington teachers program, modifying: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, recruitment and onboarding of, school staff training program for: HB 1644
Teachers, recruitment, regional recruiters for: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, retired, as coaches, postretirement employment under TRS: SB 5310
Teachers, retired, as mentors or advisers, postretirement employment under TRS: HB 1685, SB 5487, SSB 5487
Teachers, salaries, minimum statewide average salaries as basis: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, SB 5623
Teachers, salaries, reviewing and rebasing of allocations: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Teachers, salary allocation schedule credit for industry years: HB 1756
Teachers, salary increases through inflationary adjustment allocation: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Teachers, space available tuition waivers for, when: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, student, field placement of and grants for: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, substitute, complaints about, district notification of teacher: HB 1767
Teachers, teacher endorsement and certification help program, revising: 2SHB 1827
Teachers, teacher shortage conditional scholarship program, modifying: 2SHB 1827
Teaching assistants, for K-3 teachers, when: HB 2050
Transitional bilingual instruction program, "eligible pupil" and "native language": HB 1686, SB 5489
Transitional bilingual instruction program, allocations for: HB 2185
Transitional bilingual instruction program, annual reporting date: HB 1690, * SB 5488, CH 123 (2017)
Transitional bilingual instruction program, bilingual educator initiative to support: SB 5712, SSB 5712
Transportation, allocation distribution formula, underfunded districts: HB 1689, SB 5367
Transportation, alternative fuel buses, purchase of: SB 5931
Transportation, of homeless students, McKinney-Vento surcharge to fund: HB 2206
Truancy, addressing with multiple approaches: HB 1170, SHB 1170, * 2SHB 1170, CH 291 (2017), SB 5293, * ESSB 5293 (2017) V
Truancy, community truancy boards: HB 1170, SHB 1170, * 2SHB 1170, CH 291 (2017), SB 5293, * ESSB 5293 (2017) V, SB 5563
Truancy, court-ordered completion of school assignments, when: HB 1236
Truancy, detention for failure to comply with court order, reporting requirements: * ESSB 5293 (2017) V
Truancy, district and school flexibility and discretion, when: SB 5563
Truancy, students with IEP's or 504 plans, requirements: SHB 1170, * 2SHB 1170, CH 291 (2017)
Truancy, truant youth, crisis residential centers and HOPE centers for: HB 1170, SB 5293
Truancy, unexcused absences, policies: HB 1170, SHB 1170, * 2SHB 1170, CH 291 (2017), SB 5293, * ESSB 5293 (2017) V, SB 5563
Urban development areas, district-owned property within, inventory of: HB 1752
Vaccination, of school children, exemption form requirements and prohibitions: HB 2092
Volunteers, access to certain persons, background checks: SB 5605, * SSB 5605, CH 33 (2017)
Waivers, of state laws and rules, districts' authority to grant to schools: SB 5562
Water, lead in drinking water systems/outlets, action plans, testing, and replacing: HB 1842, HB 1925
Water, lead in school drinking water and fixtures, testing for: SB 5745, SSB 5745
Water, lead-containing drinking water service lines, replacing: HB 1805, SB 5745, SSB 5745
Work-integrated learning advisory committee, convening: HB 1600, ESHB 1600
Work-integrated learning experiences, demonstration pilot project, establishing: HB 1600, ESHB 1600
Year, increasing school-year instructional days and restricting length of breaks: SB 5740
SCIENCE  SCIENCE RSS Feed
               (See also CLIMATE; HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC; MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY)
Health sciences and services authorities, designation as, application deadline: HB 1922
SECRETARY OF STATE  SECRETARY OF STATE RSS Feed
               (See also ARCHIVES; BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS; ELECTIONS; INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM; RECORDS)
Archives and records management, division of, duties: SHB 1516, HB 1594, * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017)
Archives, public records information technology grant program, office role: HB 1594, * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017)
Archives, statewide open records portal, feasibility of, office to study: SHB 1516, HB 1594, * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017)
Ballots, uniform format, development and implementation, secretary role: HB 1785, HB 2079, SB 5126
Civics program for students, responsible participation in government, secretary role: SB 5313, SSB 5313
Counties, formation of new, procedures for, role of secretary: SB 5932
Election reconciliation reports, secretary and county auditors, duties of: * EHB 1507, CH 300 (2017), HB 1785
Elections administrators, programs for, secretary role: HB 2077
Initiatives, filing, secretary role: SB 5386
Legal action against state, by secretary, requirements: HB 1034
Records, legal material in, state constitution, preservation and authentication: * SB 5039, CH 106 (2017)
Records, public records information technology grant program, office role: HB 1594, * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017)
Records, statewide open records portal, feasibility of, office to study: SHB 1516, HB 1594, * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017)
Vote tallying equipment, master contract for purchasing, secretary role: HB 1785, HB 2079, SB 5126
Vote tallying equipment, replacement and maintenance standards, secretary role: HB 1785, HB 2078
Voting, registration, automatic at qualified agencies, process for, secretary role: SB 5857
Voting, registration, work group on practices, standards, and strategies, office role: HB 1785
Voting, systems in state, survey and replacement standards, secretary role: HB 1785, HB 2078
SECURITIES  SECURITIES RSS Feed
               
Small securities offerings, registration exemption for, modifying: * HB 1593, CH 113 (2017), SB 5680
SEED  (See AGRICULTURE)
SENATE RESOLUTIONS  SENATE RESOLUTIONS RSS Feed
               
13th amendment to U.S. constitution, 152nd anniversary of: * SR 8618 (2017)
2-1-1, Washington information network (WIN), 10th anniversary of: * SR 8605 (2017)
Apple blossom festival and the apple blossom festival court: * SR 8632 (2017)
Athletics, collegiate, and student athletes: * HR 4645 (2017)
Auburn, city of, 4th of July festival: * SR 8667 (2017)
AuburnFest and Auburn Days parade, recognizing: * SR 8670 (2017)
Autism, individuals with: * SR 8637 (2017)
Blessing of the fleet, 2017: SR 8652
Boad, Ken, senate security: * SR 8612 (2017)
Bourne, Kendrick, wide receiver, Eastern Washington University: * SR 8655 (2017)
Brown, Frank M., army air corp first lieutenant: * SR 8648 (2017)
Brown, Marty, executive director, state board for community and technical colleges: * SR 8669 (2017)
Bryant, El Wanda, senate page program supervisor: * SR 8662 (2017)
Bui, Anna, Jordan Ebner, and Jake Long, mourning the loss of: * SR 8608 (2017)
Bull, Gina Grant, house page program supervisor and former legislative assistant: * SR 8623 (2017)
Central Washington state fair, 125th anniversary of: * SR 8629 (2017)
Chateau Ste. Michelle: * SR 8654 (2017)
Chavez, Cesar: * SR 8642 (2017)
Children's day: * SR 8620 (2017)
Civil air patrol, Washington state wing: * SR 8616 (2017)
Commercial fishing fleet, Washington state, 2017 blessing of the fleet: SR 8652
Cook, Amy, dentist: * SR 8639 (2017)
Cozza, Salvatore (Sam) F., district and superior court judge: * SR 8656 (2017)
Cracraft, River, wide receiver, Washington State University: * SR 8655 (2017)
Dairy day at the legislature : * SR 8606 (2017)
Dairy farms, men and women working on: * SR 8606 (2017)
Davidson, William L., army air corp captain: * SR 8648 (2017)
Dental association, Washington state: * SR 8639 (2017)
Dentists, providing no-cost and medicaid-reimbursed care: * SR 8639 (2017)
Donate life month, national: * SR 8643 (2017)
Donors, organ, eye, and tissue, and recipients: * SR 8643 (2017)
Downing, William L., judge, King county superior court: * SR 8617 (2017)
Dressel, Melanie J., CEO of Columbia bank, the life and career of: * SR 8635 (2017)
Duffie, Joe, Tukwila city councilmember: * SR 8672 (2017)
Eagles, fraternal order of: * SR 8633 (2017)
Eubank, Dave, founder of Free Burma Rangers, and his family: * SR 8676 (2017)
Executive order 9066, seventy-fifth anniversary: * SR 8614 (2017)
Finland's 100th year of independence and the Finland 100 celebration: * SR 8675 (2017)
Fishing fleet, Washington state commercial: SR 8652
Future farmers of America, Washington's: * SR 8621 (2017)
Gonzaga University Bulldogs men's basketball team: * HR 4645 (2017), * SR 8644 (2017)
Groth, Charlie, teacher and coach in Curlew School District: * SR 8674 (2017)
Hill, Shaq, wide receiver, Eastern Washington University: * SR 8655 (2017)
Holodomor, 1932-1933 famine in Ukraine, 84th anniversary of: * SR 8663 (2017)
International women's day and contributions of women: * SR 8628 (2017)
Japanese-American World War II internees, veterans, and protectors: * SR 8614 (2017)
Jones, Philip, commissioner, utilities and transportation commission: * SR 8611 (2017)
Juneteenth independence day: * SR 8671 (2017)
Kent black action commission, Juneteenth efforts of: * SR 8668 (2017)
King, Dr. Martin Luther, Jr.: * SR 8604 (2017)
Korean-American day, tenth anniversary: * SR 8603 (2017)
Kupp, Cooper, wide receiver, Eastern Washington University: * SR 8655 (2017)
Legislative session, interim periods, conducting senate business during: * SR 8677 (2017)
Lewis-McChord, Joint Base, 100th anniversary: * SR 8627 (2017)
Lowry, Mike, former governor: * SR 8666 (2017)
Lynch, Kyle E., legislative aide and community leader: * SR 8626 (2017)
Mackay, Ian : * SR 8634 (2017)
Marks, Gabe, wide receiver, Washington State University: * SR 8655 (2017)
Maury Island incident, seventieth anniversary of: * SR 8648 (2017)
Miss and Mr. Mason area pageant, members of: * SR 8601 (2017)
Motorcycle awareness month, May as: * SR 8613 (2017)
Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club Shin Center, groundbreaking for: * SR 8664 (2017)
National guard, Washington: * SR 8650 (2017)
Navy appreciation day: * SR 8649 (2017)
Neah Bay High School Red Devils boys' football and basketball teams: * SR 8638 (2017)
Nelson, Don, teacher and coach in Curlew School District: * SR 8673 (2017)
Nowruz, the Persian new year: * SR 8631 (2017)
Oldfield, Fred: * SR 8630 (2017)
Pettis, Dante, wide receiver, University of Washington: * SR 8655 (2017)
Pierce, Donna, founder of WestSide Baby: * SR 8647 (2017)
Project Linus: * SR 8646 (2017)
Reconstruction act, first, 150th anniversary of: * SR 8619 (2017)
Rohrkemper, Amanda, attorney, code reviser's office: * SR 8624 (2017)
Ross, John, wide receiver, University of Washington: * SR 8655 (2017)
Seattle Metropolitans hockey team's 1917 Stanley Cup victory: * SR 8641 (2017)
Senate business during interims, conducting: * SR 8677 (2017)
Senate organized, notification of governor: * SR 8600 (2017)
Senate rule 51, concerning committee staff employment committee membership: * SR 8651 (2017)
Senate rules 35, 48, and 53, concerning majority vote and one-day notice: SR 8609
Senate rules 62, 64, and 67, concerning bills that raise taxes: SR 8658
Senate rules, new, concerning two-thirds vote for changing during special session: SR 8661
Senate rules, new, concerning ways & means chair and budget negotiations: SR 8660
Senate rules, new, concerning ways & means chair/ranking member per diem: SR 8659
Senate rules, permanent: * SR 8602 (2017)
Senate, ways and means, chair and ranking member per diem: SR 8659
Senate, ways and means, chair's availability for budget negotiations: SR 8660
Sheill, Zoe, Mercer Island High School student: * SR 8653 (2017)
Slavery, abolition in U.S. of, 152nd anniversary of 13th amendment: * SR 8618 (2017)
Southwick, Kathleen, Crisis Clinic executive director: * SR 8636 (2017)
Tahoma High School We the People team: * SR 8610 (2017)
Taxes, bills that raise, senate rules 62, 64, and 67 concerning: SR 8658
Togo and Washington state, increased trade between : * SR 8645 (2017)
USS Olympia submarine and its crew: * SR 8607 (2017)
Wagner, Rich, Auburn city councilmember: * SR 8665 (2017)
Walser, Donnetta, former Monroe mayor and teacher: * SR 8640 (2017)
West Seattle helpline: * SR 8615 (2017)
Western Washington University women's soccer team: * SR 8657 (2017)
WestSide Baby: * SR 8647 (2017)
Wibbels, Sandra G., committee assistant, senate committee services: * SR 8625 (2017)
Wide receivers, college football, 2016 class in Washington of: * SR 8655 (2017)
Women's day, international, and contributions of women: * SR 8628 (2017)
Woods, Wilfred R. "Wilf": * SR 8622 (2017)
SENIOR CITIZENS  SENIOR CITIZENS RSS Feed
               (See also LONG-TERM CARE; VULNERABLE ADULTS)
2-1-1, Washington information network (WIN), 10th anniversary of, celebrating: * SR 8605 (2017)
Aged, blind, or disabled assistance program, benefits pending SSI application: SB 5898
Aged, blind, or disabled assistance program, remote seller sales tax to fund: SB 5856
Aging, legislative advisory committee on, establishing: HB 2116, SB 5180, ESSB 5180
Caregivers, for nursing home geriatric brain injury or dementia patients, curricula: HB 1548, * ESHB 1548, CH 200 (2017)
Caregivers, geriatric behavioral health workers, provisions concerning: * ESHB 1548, CH 200 (2017)
Centers, multipurpose senior citizen, property tax exemption: HB 1526, * SHB 1526, CH 301 (2017), SB 5783, SSB 5783
Continuing care retirement communities, agreements and disclosure statements: HB 1232, SHB 1232, SB 5395
Incarcerated older offenders, petitioning for early release, when: HB 1866
Jury service, elderly person's choice to be excused, allowing: HB 1945
Meals on wheels program, grant program to expand, developing: * SB 5736, CH 287 (2017)
Property tax exemption program, disposable income, modifying definition of: SB 5704
Property tax exemption program, eligibility, age threshold for: SB 5535
Property tax exemption program, to include regular school district levy exemption: SB 5825
Public transportation services for elderly, when certain taxes imposed: SB 5414
Transportation needs, special, transportation providers for persons with: HB 2113
SENTENCING  SENTENCING RSS Feed
               (See also CRIMES; CRIMINAL OFFENDERS; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE; SENTENCING GUIDELINES COMMISSION; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; TRAFFIC OFFENSES; VICTIMS OF CRIMES)
Assault of a child, with domestic violence prior conviction, offender scoring: HB 1163, SHB 1163, * E2SHB 1163, CH 272 (2017), SB 5904
Assault weapons and large capacity magazines, prohibitions and penalties: HB 1134, HB 1387, SB 5050, SB 5444
Assault, first, second, and third degrees, of a law enforcement officer: HB 1668
Assault, fourth degree involving domestic violence, modifications: HB 1163, SHB 1163, * E2SHB 1163, CH 272 (2017), SB 5904
Assault, of a utility employee, as aggravating circumstance, when: HB 1859
Assault, second degree, persistent offender sentencing based on, resentencing: SB 5287
Assault, third degree, against emergency responders and firefighters: HB 1693
Assault, third degree, against law enforcement officer: HB 1398, ESB 5280
Assault, third degree, involving military member or employee: HB 1986
Ballots and ballot return boxes, damaging or tampering with, criminalizing: HB 1472, SHB 1472, * SB 5336, CH 283 (2017)
Community custody, multiple terms of, serving concurrently, when: HB 1678, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Controlled substances, possession without prescription, misdemeanor: HB 1087
Conviction records, misdemeanors or gross misdemeanors, vacating, when: HB 1088
Corporations, crimes committed by, fines for certain offenses, limits for: HB 1806
Cyber harassment, classifications and seriousness: HB 2254
Dog guides, trained or in training, crimes involving interfering with: * HB 1676, CH 170 (2017)
Dogs, police dogs and accelerant detection dogs, harming, class B felony, when: SB 5771
Dogs, unlawful tethering and inhumane treatment: SB 5356, * SSB 5356, CH 65 (2017), SB 5424
Driving under the influence, provisions: HB 1614, SHB 1614, * E2SHB 1614, CH 336 (2017), HB 1701, HB 1874, HB 1970, * SB 5037, CH 335 (2017) PV, SB 5904
Drug offenses, sentencing grid, changes to: SB 5904
Economic disruption, intent to cause, special allegation of, restitution for: SB 5009
Electronic monitoring, comprehensive provisions: HB 1423
Elements, sentencing elements worksheet, developing: HB 1680, SHB 1680, HB 2184
Entry, unlawful, onto private land to collect resource data, penalties: HB 1104
Firearms, community endangerment due to unsafe storage, crimes and penalties: HB 1122, SB 5463
Firearms, reckless endangerment due to unsafe storage, crimes and penalties: SHB 1122
Firearms, trigger modification devices, sentencing provisions: SB 5992
First-time felony offenders, waiver, when: SB 5904
Harassment, cyber, classifications and seriousness: HB 2254
Horses, police, harming, class B felony, when: SB 5771
Horses, slaughtering for human consumption, prohibiting as felony: HB 1110
Identity, concealing with mask, hood, or device, gross misdemeanor, exceptions: SB 5941
Kidnapping, aggravated first degree, of a law enforcement officer: HB 1668
Legal financial obligations, court imposing costs on indigent defendant, prohibiting: HB 1783, SHB 1783, E2SHB 1783
Legal financial obligations, failure to pay not willful noncompliance, when: HB 1093, HB 1783, SHB 1783, E2SHB 1783
Legal financial obligations, failure to pay, prohibiting confinement for, when: SSB 5043
Legal financial obligations, nonrestitution interest accrual, restricting, when: SSB 5043
Legal financial obligations, reform measures, studying effectiveness of: HB 1783
Malicious harassment, against emergency responders and firefighters: HB 1693
Malicious harassment, against law enforcement officers: HB 1398, HB 1668, ESB 5280
Malicious harassment, due to honorably discharged veteran or military status: HB 1986
Marijuana, inhaling in presence of person under 18, civil infraction: HB 1625
Marijuana, possession, delivery, and/or transfer offenses, penalty modifications: HB 1065, SHB 1065, HB 1212
Marijuana, possession, misdemeanor convictions, vacation of: HB 1260
Marijuana, possession, misdemeanor, conveyance forfeiture exception for: HB 1087
Marijuana, use or display in public, civil infraction: HB 1416
Missing child, failure of parent, guardian, or caregiver to report, misdemeanor: SB 5656, SB 5864
Mistreatment, criminal, domestic violence involved, offender scoring points: HB 1163, SHB 1163, * E2SHB 1163, CH 272 (2017), SB 5904
Motor vehicle property offenses, offender score provisions: SB 5059, ESSB 5934
Motor vehicle theft or taking, community custody pilot program for: SB 5539, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Motor vehicle-related felonies, community custody pilot program for: HB 1914, HB 1976, SHB 1976
Motor vehicles, registration in Indian country to evade tax or fees, prohibiting: SB 5807
Murder, aggravated first degree, eliminating death penalty for: HB 1935, SB 5354
Murder, aggravated first degree, involving human decapitation: HB 1308
Murder, aggravated first degree, life imprisonment without possibility of parole: HB 1935, SB 5354
Murder, aggravated second degree, of a law enforcement officer: HB 1668
Off-road vehicles, not applying for certificate of title, evading tax or fees by: HB 1446, SB 5338
Off-road vehicles, not registering or applying for certificate of title, when: SHB 1446, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Parenting sentencing alternative, for criminal offenders with minor children: SB 5307
Persistent offender, when sentenced as, resentencing requirement, when: SB 5287
Physical control of vehicle under the influence, provisions: HB 1614, SHB 1614, * E2SHB 1614, CH 336 (2017), HB 1701, HB 1874, HB 1970, * SB 5037, CH 335 (2017) PV, SB 5904
Police vehicle, attempting to elude, seriousness level: HB 1642, HB 1821
Property, crimes against, habitual property offender special allegation: SB 5703, SSB 5703, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Rape, aggravated first and second degree, of a law enforcement officer: HB 1668
Rape, first degree, seriousness level, increasing: HB 2024
Reckless endangerment of work zone workers, by driver, gross misdemeanor: HB 2087, SB 5841
Resource data, private land unlawful entry to collect, crimes involving, penalties: HB 1104
Robbery, second degree, persistent offender sentencing based on, resentencing: SB 5287
Sentencing laws and practices, external evaluation of: HB 1789, SHB 1789, 2SHB 1789, HB 2184, SB 5600
Seriousness levels, various crimes, modifying: SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Service animals, trained or in training, crimes involving interfering with: * HB 1676, CH 170 (2017)
Snowmobiles, not applying for certificate of title, evading tax or fees by: HB 1446, SB 5338
Snowmobiles, not registering, when: SHB 1446, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Task force, joint legislative, to simplify criminal sentencing, establishing: HB 2184, SB 5294, 2ESSB 5294, SB 5952, ESSB 5952
Theft of rental or leased property, adding provisions to: * ESB 5266 (2017) V
Theft of rental, leased, lease-purchased, or loaned property, adding provisions to: HB 1292
Theft or taking of motor vehicle, community custody pilot program for: SB 5539, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Theft, organized retail, revising provisions: * SB 5632, CH 329 (2017)
Theft, retail with special circumstances, aggregating counts of, when: SB 5634, SSB 5634, * SB 5635, CH 224 (2017)
Theft, retail with special circumstances, with intent to subvert security system: * SB 5635, CH 224 (2017)
U.S. citizen or lawful resident alien, unlawful investigation or detainment of, felony: HB 2120, SB 5176
Vehicle registration, false attestation of financial responsibility on application: HB 1977
Vehicular assault, under the influence, prior convictions, increasing sentence for: HB 1591, SHB 1591
Vehicular homicide and assault, fee increase to fund DUI reduction: * E2SHB 1614, CH 336 (2017), HB 1970, SB 5904
Vehicular homicide, when driver impaired by fatigue, drowsiness, or sleep: SB 5648
Vulnerable adult, criminal mistreatment of, provisions: HB 1153, * ESHB 1153, CH 266 (2017), SB 5099, SSB 5099, SB 5904
Vulnerable adult, theft from, crime of: HB 1153, * ESHB 1153, CH 266 (2017), SB 5099, SSB 5099, SB 5904
SENTENCING GUIDELINES COMMISSION  SENTENCING GUIDELINES COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Racial and ethnic impact statements concerning legislation, evaluating: SB 5588, SSB 5588
Sentencing laws and practices, commission to contract for external evaluation of: HB 1789, SHB 1789, 2SHB 1789, HB 2184, SB 5600
SERVICE ANIMALS  (See ANIMALS)
SESSION LAWS  (See LEGISLATURE)
SEWAGE AND SEWERS  SEWAGE AND SEWERS RSS Feed
               (See also SOLID WASTE)
On-site sewage systems, local health jurisdictions and local program plans for: EHB 1476
On-site sewage systems, rules adoption by state board of health, when: HB 1632, SB 5281, ESSB 5281
Pollutant discharge elimination permits, treating nonagency individuals equitably: HB 2141
Sewage sludge/biosolids, food grown in, labeling requirements: HB 1653
Sewage systems, on-site, county reliance on self-inspection of: HB 1503, * ESHB 1503, CH 105 (2017)
Sewage systems, on-site, limiting sanitary sewer system requirement, when: HB 1683, * SHB 1683, CH 305 (2017)
SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS  SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS RSS Feed
               (See also CIVIL PROCEDURE; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE)
Abuse, commercial, of a minor, definitions and statute of limitations: EHB 1078, * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Abuse, commercial, of a minor, promoting travel for, definitions, statute of limitations: * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Abuse, commercial, of a minor, promoting travel for, statute of limitations: EHB 1078
Abuse, commercial, of a minor, promoting, definitions and statute of limitations: EHB 1078, * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Abuse, sexual, of K-12 students, Erin's law legislative task force, establishing: HB 1539
Assault, final protection orders, renewing or making permanent, when: HB 1384, SHB 1384, SB 5256, * ESSB 5256, CH 233 (2017)
Assault, pregnant victim, parental rights and child support court process: * SHB 1543, CH 234 (2017)
Assault, pregnant victim, parenting plans and consent for adoption: * SHB 1543, CH 234 (2017)
Assault, protection orders, involving firearms, modifying or terminating, when: SHB 1384, * ESSB 5256, CH 233 (2017)
Assault, protection orders, modifying or terminating, when: SHB 1384, * ESSB 5256, CH 233 (2017)
Assault, school district duty to protect students from, when: SB 5505
Assault, sexual assault examinations, facility reimbursement for, conditions: HB 2102
Assault, sexual assault kit initiative pilot project, creating: HB 1109
Assault, sexual assault kit initiative project, establishing: * ESHB 1109, CH 290 (2017)
Assault, sexual assault nurse examiner training and mobile team best practices: HB 2101
Assault, sexual assault survivor's advocate, consulting with: SB 5686
Assault, survivors' bill of rights when examined or interviewed: SB 5686
Assault, workplace, nondisclosure requirement, prohibiting: SB 5996
Commercially sexually exploited children statewide coordinating committee, extending: * HB 1832, CH 18 (2017)
Commercially sexually exploited children statewide coordinating committee, reporting by: * HB 1832, CH 18 (2017)
Community custody, for violent or sex offense, when: SB 5904
Depictions of minors, explicit, possessing or bringing into state, 2nd degree: * SB 5813, CH 126 (2017)
DNA sample, collection in sex offenses or felony violent cases, when: HB 1111, SHB 1111
DNA sample, collection, when judicial probable cause determination, procedures: HB 1138
DNA samples, collection when offender convicted of indecent exposure: HB 1111, SHB 1111
Exploitation of children, special inquiry judge subpoena authority: * EHB 1728, CH 114 (2017)
Exploitation of children, via child pornography, funding for combating: HB 2072
Felony sex offenses, forfeiture of private property, guilty finding for: HB 1016
Harassment, workplace, nondisclosure requirement, prohibiting: SB 5996
Human trafficking, aiding victims with sexually oriented business fee: HB 1109
Human trafficking, convictions for prostitution offenses by victims, vacating: HB 1112, SHB 1112, SB 5272, * SSB 5272, CH 128 (2017)
Human trafficking, definitions and statute of limitations: EHB 1078, * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Human trafficking, in persons, services for child victims of: HB 1791
Human trafficking, no-contact orders: HB 1079, * SHB 1079, CH 230 (2017), SB 5029, SSB 5029
Human trafficking, noncitizen victim U and T certifications: HB 1022, SHB 1022
Human trafficking, noncitizen victims and family members, public assistance for: SB 5818
Human trafficking, perpetrator ignorance of victim's age, not a defense: * SB 5813, CH 126 (2017)
Human trafficking, services for child victims of: HB 1791
Human trafficking, state task force against trafficking of persons, duties: * SHB 1988, CH 279 (2017), SSB 5559, 2SSB 5559
Indecent exposure, DNA sample collection when offender convicted of: HB 1111, SHB 1111
Juvenile special sex offender disposition alternative treatment courts, establishing: SB 5695
Juvenile treatment courts, establishing: SB 5695
Molestation, of child, seriousness levels, modifying: SB 5904, SB 5934
Offenses, forfeiture of property, using proceeds for school funding: HB 2136
Prostitute, patronizing a, in multiple locations when communicating to arrange: HB 1184, * SHB 1184, CH 232 (2017), SB 5184, SSB 5184
Prostitution offenses, convictions for, by victims of certain crimes, vacating, when: HB 1112, SHB 1112, SB 5272, * SSB 5272, CH 128 (2017)
Prostitution, promoting, definitions and statute of limitations: EHB 1078, * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Prostitution, promoting, no-contact orders: HB 1079, * SHB 1079, CH 230 (2017), SB 5029, SSB 5029
Rape of a child, seriousness levels, modifying: SB 5904, SB 5934
Rape, aggravated first and second degree, of a law enforcement officer: HB 1668
Rape, first degree, seriousness level, increasing: HB 2024
Rape, pregnant survivor, court aid to avoid parenting interactions with rapist: HB 1543, SB 5321
Registered offenders, level 1 sex or kidnapping, petitioning for relief, when: SSB 5578
Registered offenders, out-of-state moving into state, notifying in-state victims of: SB 5430, SSB 5430
Registered offenders, release of information, provisions: SB 5578, SSB 5578
Registration as sex or kidnapping offender, palmprint option with fingerprints: * HB 1965, CH 174 (2017), SB 5730
Registration as sex or kidnapping offender, petition for relief from, notice to victim: SB 5083, * SSB 5083, CH 86 (2017)
Sexual assault and domestic violence, awareness training course, for licensing of cosmetologists, etc.: SHB 1163
Sexual violence crime fee, to fund crime investigations and aid victims: SB 5830
Sexual violence, at colleges, student offenders, notation on records of: SB 5764
Sexual violence, at colleges, survivor-advocate records, confidentiality: SB 5764, * SSB 5764, CH 72 (2017)
Sexual violence, at colleges, task force on preventing, recommendations of: SB 5764, * SSB 5764, CH 72 (2017)
Sexually oriented crime fee account, Washington, creating: SB 5830
Sexually violent predator status, removing juvenile adjudications from: SB 5693
Sexually violent predators, reviewing for release or placement: HB 2271
Statute of limitations, for felony sex offenses, eliminating: HB 1155, SHB 1155
Treatment placement, for incarcerated offenders, based on risk of reoffending: * HB 1754, CH 144 (2017)
Voyeurism, first and second degrees, private investigator defense to: HB 1200
Voyeurism, first degree, felony: HB 1200, * SHB 1200, CH 292 (2017)
Voyeurism, second degree, creating crime of, as gross misdemeanor: HB 1200, * SHB 1200, CH 292 (2017)
Youth recreational organizations, sexual assault and misconduct, safety policy: HB 1784
SEXUAL HARASSMENT  (See EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS)
SEXUAL ORIENTATION  SEXUAL ORIENTATION RSS Feed
               (See also GENDER IDENTITY)
Chechnya, LGBT individuals persecuted in, requesting diplomatic action on behalf of: SJM 8012
Conversion therapy, practicing on minor, as provider unprofessional conduct, when: SB 5722
Long-term care providers, LGBTQ cultural competency training for: SB 5700
Marriage as union of one man and one woman, religious beliefs regarding: HB 1178
SHARED LEAVE PROGRAM, STATE EMPLOYEE  (See FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE)
SHERIFFS  (See LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS)
SHERIFFS AND POLICE CHIEFS, WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF (WASPC)  SHERIFFS AND POLICE CHIEFS, WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF (WASPC) RSS Feed
               
Accountability and community input, model policy work group, WASPC role: HB 1529, SB 5073
Accountability and community input, model policy, WASPC role: SSB 5073
Community engagement programs, grant program for establishing, WASPC role: HB 1769
Data collection and analysis methodology, WASPC and a university to develop: HB 1529, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Firearm purchase/transfer applications, denial when ineligible, WASPC role: HB 1501, * SHB 1501, CH 261 (2017)
Malicious harassment, due to veteran or military status, in violations repository: HB 1986
Minority advisory boards, establishing, association role: SB 5429
Protected person notification system, statewide automated, WASPC role: HB 1501, * SHB 1501, CH 261 (2017)
School buildings, mapping for first responder mapping system, WASPC role: HB 1982
Sexual assault kit initiative project, establishing, WASPC role: * ESHB 1109, CH 290 (2017)
Weapons, less lethal, program administration by WASPC: HB 1529, HB 1769, SB 5073, SSB 5073
SHORELINES AND SHORELINE MANAGEMENT  SHORELINES AND SHORELINE MANAGEMENT RSS Feed
               (See also ENVIRONMENT; HAZARDOUS WASTE; LAKES AND RESERVOIRS; LAND USE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT; MARINE WATERS, STATE; PUBLIC LANDS; RIVERS AND STREAMS)
Bulkheads or rockwalls, permits for construction or repair: HB 1428, SB 5466
Fish habitat, lake and marine shoreline/nearshore restoration, permit process: SHB 1428
Master programs, development proposals consistent with, SEPA exemption: HB 1745
Overwater residences on pilings, historic, as conforming preferred use, when: HB 2019, SB 5542
Vegetation removal, for wildfire protection, allowing in master programs, when: HB 1588
SIDEWALKS  (See ROADS AND HIGHWAYS)
SMALL CLAIMS COURTS  (See COURTS)
SNOWMOBILES  (See MOTOR VEHICLES)
SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT  SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, INDIVIDUALS WITH; DOMESTIC RELATIONS; FOSTER CARE; LONG-TERM CARE)
211 information system, DSHS to contract with WIN 211 for operational support: HB 2039
Adoption support and related services, forecasting and budgeting, when: EHB 2008
Adult family homes, abuse and neglect reports, DSHS response: HB 1354, SB 5406
Assisted living facilities, abuse and neglect reports, DSHS response: HB 1354, SB 5406
Behavioral health authority, designation of state, transfer to HCA, work group for: SSB 5259
Behavioral health authority, designation of state, transferring from DSHS to HCA: HB 1388, ESHB 1388, SB 5259, SSB 5259
Behavioral health licensees, fraudulent license transfers by, prohibiting: SB 5705, * SSB 5705, CH 330 (2017)
Behavioral health licensees, violations reduction by DSHS, prohibiting, when: SB 5705, * SSB 5705, CH 330 (2017)
Behavioral health organizations, serving homeless, developing strategies for: SB 5903
Behavioral health organizations, substance use disorder treatment providers: SB 5863
Behavioral health services, audits, DSHS requirements, modifying: * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Behavioral health services, DSHS documentation requirements, DSHS to review: SHB 1819, * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Behavioral health services, physical health integration, managed care work group: SB 5894
Behavioral health services, physical health integration, work group on: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Behavioral health services, primary care, bidirectional integration, DSHS role: * SSB 5779, CH 226 (2017) PV
Behavioral health services, primary care, integration model, DSHS role: SB 5779
Behavioral health services, provision of, reducing inefficiencies and duplications: HB 1819
Behavioral health services, provision of, reducing inefficiencies/duplications: SB 5749, SSB 5749, 2SSB 5749
Behavioral health services, whole-person care that includes: * SSB 5779, CH 226 (2017) PV
Behavioral health system, managed care, community facilities, outpatient treatment: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Behavioral health system, reforming provision of long-term psychiatric care: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Behavioral health, certain DSHS functions, transferring to department of health: HB 1388, ESHB 1388, SB 5259, SSB 5259
Child abuse or neglect, family assessment response, provisions: HB 1825, SHB 1825
Child abuse or neglect, mandated reporter requirements, DSHS poster displaying: * HB 1931, CH 118 (2017), * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Child abuse or neglect, notices of founded and unfounded findings, DSHS role: HB 1814, * ESHB 1814, CH 269 (2017), SB 5490
Child protective services, forecasting and budgeting, when: EHB 2008
Child protective services, hotline for reporting child and abuse neglect to: HB 1563
Child protective services, unaccompanied homeless children, returning, DSHS role: SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864
Child support, income withholding orders from DSHS, electronic funds remittance: HB 2188, SB 5597
Child support, order compliance, licensees not in, DSHS notice to parent: HB 1814, * ESHB 1814, CH 269 (2017), SB 5490
Child welfare services, child welfare system improvement account, creating: SB 5890, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Child welfare services, for child victims of human trafficking, when: HB 1791
Child welfare services, foster care youth getting driver's license and insurance: HB 1808, * ESHB 1808, CH 206 (2017), SB 5663
Child welfare services, hotel room or department office child placement, prohibiting: HB 1883
Child welfare services, meeting facilitators for shared planning meetings: HB 1365, SHB 1365
Child welfare services, parent-child visitation work group, DSHS to convene: HB 1366, SHB 1366, 2SHB 1366
Child welfare services, records, when youth in crisis residential or HOPE centers: HB 1816, * SHB 1816, CH 277 (2017)
Child welfare services, remedial services to include visitation services: HB 1366, SHB 1366, 2SHB 1366
Child welfare system, girls dually involved in juvenile justice and, studying: SB 5831
Child welfare, court proceedings, DSHS role, various provisions: HB 1943
Child welfare, moving functions to new department of children, youth, and families: HB 1661, SHB 1661, * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017), SB 5498, SSB 5498
Children's administration, child welfare functions of, moving to new agency: HB 1661, SHB 1661, * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017), SB 5498, SSB 5498
Children's administration, documentation/paperwork requirements, DSHS to review: * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Children's mental and behavioral health disorders, access line for, DSHS role: HB 1713, SB 5763
Children, newborn, safe surrender at health care facilities, DSHS role: HB 1312, SB 5522, SSB 5522
Continuing care retirement communities, agreements and disclosures, DSHS role: HB 1232, SHB 1232, SB 5395
Dependency proceedings, petitions, exception when DSHS is petitioner: HB 1790
Electronic benefit transfer cards, basic food/SNAP, college student on-campus use, DSHS role: HB 1569
Food assistance, purchase of sweetened foods with, prohibiting, DSHS role: SB 5897
Foster care cases, lack of permanency, case review panel when, DSHS role: * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Foster care services, extended, DSHS role, modifying provisions: HB 1867, * SHB 1867, CH 265 (2017)
Foster care, licensed, forecasts of, reviewing, DSHS role: * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Foster children and homes, most recent caseload forecasts, DSHS to review: EHB 2008
Foster children, care needs of, single validated tool to assess, DSHS role: EHB 2008
Foster parents, system of support services for, identifying, DSHS role: * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Foster youth, homeschooling of, reversing DSHS rules prohibiting: HB 2053, HB 2054
Foster youth, hotel room or department office placement, prohibiting, DSHS report: HB 1883
Foster-family home, license for, homeschooling as basis for denying, prohibiting: HB 2054
Hospitals, state, coordinated quality improvement programs: SB 5512, SSB 5512
Hospitals, state, placing under licensing authority of department of health: SB 5512, SSB 5512
Hospitals, state, psychiatric ARNP residency program plan for: SB 5894
Hospitals, state, psychiatric ARNP training program plan for: ESSB 5894
Hospitals, state, psychiatric hospital managed care risk model for, creating: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Hospitals, state, public safety and community policing services, contracting for: HB 1370, SB 5159
Hospitals, state, reimbursement using quarterly average census data: HB 1996, * SB 5595, CH 222 (2017)
Hospitals, state, shifting long-term placements to community hospitals, when: HB 1546, HB 2067, 2EHB 2107, SB 5434, SSB 5434, SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Hospitals, state, shifting long-term placements to evaluation/treatment centers: 2EHB 2107
Human trafficking, in persons, services for child victims of, DSHS role: HB 1791
Human trafficking, noncitizen victims and family members, public assistance for: SB 5818
Interpreters, spoken language services, purchasing from certain providers: HB 1869, SB 5682
Juvenile justice, moving to new department of children, youth, and families: HB 1661, SHB 1661, * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017), SB 5498, SSB 5498
Juvenile rehabilitation administration, justice functions of, moving to new agency: HB 1661, SHB 1661, * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017), SB 5498, SSB 5498
Juvenile rehabilitation facilities, placing children convicted as adults in: HB 1743, SHB 1743, 2SHB 1743, SB 5613, SSB 5613
Long-term care providers, hours paid by DSHS for, extending current limit: * SB 5976, CH 24 (2017)
Low-income carbon pollution mitigation tax grant, establishing, DSHS role: HB 2230, SB 5930
Meals on wheels program, grant program to expand, DSHS to develop: * SB 5736, CH 287 (2017)
Minorities, racial/ethnic, receiving assistance, bill impact statements, DSHS role: SB 5588
Nursing facility medicaid payment, modifying, DSHS role: HB 1968, SHB 1968, * SB 5715, CH 286 (2017)
Nursing homes, geriatric and behavioral health caregivers, curricula, DSHS role: HB 1548, * ESHB 1548, CH 200 (2017)
Opioid treatment programs, DSHS role: HB 1427, * ESHB 1427, CH 297 (2017)
Overpayments, recovery of, withhold and deliver order, serving options for: HB 1814, * ESHB 1814, CH 269 (2017), SB 5490
Pediatric transitional care centers, for alcohol-/drug-exposed infants, DSHS role: HB 1491, SB 5152
Pediatric transitional care services, for drug-exposed infants, DSHS role: SHB 1491, * SSB 5152, CH 263 (2017)
Public assistance, income eligibility, exempting resources not federally required: SB 5862
Public safety review panel, criminally insane persons, authority concerning: HB 1355, SHB 1355, SB 5278
Residential habilitation centers, DSHS role: SB 5594, SSB 5594, 2SSB 5594, SB 5887
Residential habilitation centers, Fircrest School, requirements: SB 5594, SSB 5594, 2SSB 5594, SB 5887, SB 5889
Residential habilitation centers, various provisions, DSHS role: * ESB 5646, CH 19 (2017), SB 5889
Residential habilitation centers, Yakima Valley School, requirements: * ESB 5646, CH 19 (2017), SB 5887
Residential services and supports, abuse or neglect, DSHS investigation of: HB 1792, SHB 1792
Respite services, for caregivers for persons with mental illness, pilot projects: HB 1197
Sex trafficking, child victims of, services for, DSHS role: HB 1791
Skilled nursing facilities, hospital patient transfer to, work group on, DSHS role: SHB 1854
Social workers, casework and paperwork, review of requirements by DSHS: HB 1819, SB 5749, SSB 5749, 2SSB 5749
Superintendent of public instruction, background checks by, DSHS role: * SSB 5605, CH 33 (2017)
Trust lands, charitable, educational, penal, and reformatory institutions, transfers: * SB 5924, CH 35 (2017) PV
Urban development areas, DSHS-owned property within, inventory of: HB 1752
Voting, persons with disabilities, information concerning registration for, when: SB 5857
WIN 211, DSHS to contract with for 211 operational support, WTAP funds for: HB 2039
Youth shelters, runaway youth in, parental notification requirement, exceptions: HB 2061
SOCIAL WORKERS  (See COUNSELORS AND COUNSELING)
SOLID WASTE  SOLID WASTE RSS Feed
               (See also HAZARDOUS WASTE; SEWAGE AND SEWERS)
Bags, plastic shopping, supplied by retailer, excise tax: SB 5415
Composite materials, fiber-reinforced, use and recycling, facility permit exemption: HB 1826
Composting, in public schools, student opportunity for: HB 1781, SB 5571
Composting, protecting from nuisance lawsuits, when: HB 1590, SB 5431, ESSB 5431
Electronic products, electronic waste recycling program, collection services via: HB 1226
Electronic products, electronic waste recycling program, provisions: HB 1824, ESHB 1824, SB 5136
Food and forest products manufacturing wastes, beneficial uses of, analyzing: HB 2133
Recreational vehicles, abandoned, towing, deconstruction, and disposal of: SB 5735
Recycling, fiber-reinforce composite materials, handling facility permit exemption: HB 1826
Recycling, in public schools, student opportunity for: HB 1781, SB 5571
Recycling, solar energy modules: HB 1048, SHB 1048, SB 5027, SB 5499, SB 5939, * ESSB 5939, CH 36 (2017)
Tires, waste, repealing tire sales fee and account: HB 1191
SOLID WASTE COLLECTION TAX  (See TAXES - SOLID WASTE COLLECTION)
SPACECRAFT  (See AERONAUTICS)
SPECIAL AND SPECIAL PURPOSE DISTRICTS  SPECIAL AND SPECIAL PURPOSE DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               (See also ELECTIONS; FERRIES; HOSPITALS; HUMAN REMAINS; PORT DISTRICTS; PUBLIC FACILITIES DISTRICTS; UTILITIES; WATER)
Boundary review boards, annexation boundaries, actions involving: HB 1682, ESB 5652
Financial reports, role of county treasurer acting as district treasurer, when: SB 5034
Fire protection districts, state fire service mobilization: HB 1019, SHB 1019
Irrigation districts, as municipal water suppliers: HB 1084, SB 5005
Regional fire protection service authorities, state fire service mobilization: HB 1019, SHB 1019
Regional transit authorities, board members: HB 1029, HB 2199, SB 5001, SSB 5001
SPEED LIMITS  (See TRAFFIC)
SPIRITS AND DISTILLERIES  (See ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES)
SPORTS AND RECREATION  SPORTS AND RECREATION RSS Feed
               
Basketball, Gonzaga University Bulldogs men's basketball team, honoring: * HR 4645 (2017), * SR 8644 (2017)
Basketball, Kentridge High School Chargers girls' basketball team, honoring: * HR 4629 (2017)
Basketball, Kentwood High School boys' basketball team: * HR 4630 (2017)
Basketball, Neah Bay High School Red Devils boys' basketball team, honoring: * SR 8638 (2017)
Basketball, Spencer Haywood, former Seattle SuperSonic, honoring: HR 4626
Boxing announcers, registration with effective licensing port: HB 1361
Charter schools, interschool athletics and extracurricular activities participation: HB 1208, * SB 5129, CH 60 (2017)
Coaches, hired or volunteer, for community sports programs, background checks: SB 5681
Coaches, retired teachers as, postretirement employment under TRS: SB 5310
College athletic departments, senate budget approval due to deficits: SB 5109
Collegiate athletics and student athletes, recognizing: * HR 4645 (2017)
Crossfit facilities/classes, charges for, excise taxation "retail sale" exclusion of: SB 5937
Fantasy sports contests, classifying as contests of skill: SB 5169
Football, Camas High School Papermakers football team, congratulating: * HR 4607 (2017)
Football, college, 2016 class of wide receivers in Washington, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Football, college, Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington University, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Football, college, Dante Pettis, University of Washington, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Football, college, Gabe Marks, Washington State University, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Football, college, John Ross, University of Washington, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Football, college, Kendrick Bourne, Eastern Washington University, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Football, college, River Cracraft, Washington State University, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Football, college, Shaq Hill, Eastern Washington University, honoring: * SR 8655 (2017)
Football, Kamiakin High School Braves, honoring: * HR 4606 (2017)
Football, Neah Bay High School Red Devils football team, honoring: * SR 8638 (2017)
Groth, Charlie, teacher and coach in Curlew School District, recognizing: * SR 8674 (2017)
Hockey, Seattle Metropolitans' 1917 Stanley Cup victory, recognizing: * SR 8641 (2017)
Interscholastic activities association, rules and policies of, role of legislature: SB 5583
Licenses, sporting, when licensee not in child support order compliance: SB 5591
Martial arts, excise tax preferences for instruction, training, and events: EHB 1032, SB 5205, SB 5220, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Nelson, Don, teacher and coach in Curlew School District, recognizing: * SR 8673 (2017)
Playgrounds, licensing of marijuana businesses near, prohibiting: HB 2238
School grounds, after sports activity, free speech and exercise of religion: HB 1602
School sports, voluntary nonprofit entities overseeing, policy role of legislature: SB 5583
Soccer, Camas High School Papermakers girls' soccer team, honoring: * HR 4608 (2017)
Soccer, Western Washington University women's soccer team, honoring: * SR 8657 (2017)
Swimming, Camas High School Papermakers boys' swim team, honoring: * HR 4627 (2017)
Wrestling, theatrical, annual license for theatrical wrestling schools: HB 1420, * SHB 1420, CH 46 (2017)
Wrestling, theatrical, events and training school shows, requirements: HB 1420
Wrestling, theatrical, training school shows, requirements: * SHB 1420, CH 46 (2017)
STADIUMS AND OTHER VENUES  STADIUMS AND OTHER VENUES RSS Feed
               
Pistols, concealed, carrying in public facilities with license: HB 1015
Ticket sellers, web sites of, selling software to interfere with, prohibition: HB 1584
STALKING PROTECTION ORDERS  (See ORDERS OF COURT)
STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS  STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; BUDGETS; COLLECTIVE BARGAINING; DISCRIMINATION; EMERGENCY, STATE OF; ENTERPRISE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT; ETHICS IN GOVERNMENT; FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE; IMMIGRATION, IMMIGRANTS, AND IMMIGRATION STATUS; MINORITIES; OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; PUBLIC LANDS; PUBLIC WORKS; RECORDS; RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
Access for all trust, Washington, and standing committees, creating: SB 5747
Access for all trust, Washington, creating as single health financing entity: SB 5747
Aerial imagery needs assessment study for state and local agencies, conducting: HB 2108, SB 5824
Agency actions, significant, source information identification, DNR requirements: SB 5958
Agreements, interagency, with department of ecology, online listing of: * SHB 1010, CH 47 (2017)
Agreements, interagency, with department of ecology, reporting: HB 1010
Apple care trust, Washington, and committees, as single health financing agency: SB 5701
Arrest warrant, person with, on agency property, employee requirements: SB 5218
Audits of agencies, indicating state law noncompliance, required procedures, when: SB 5372, * SSB 5372, CH 66 (2017)
Biometric identifiers, attaining and using by agency, requirements and prohibitions: HB 1717, * SHB 1717, CH 306 (2017), * HB 2213, CH 1 (2017)
Boards, advisory, subject to open public meetings act, when: HB 1989
Boards, board of tax appeals, replacing with tax court for state: SB 5866, SSB 5866, E2SSB 5866
Boards, carbon program oversight board, creating: HB 2230
Boards, community aviation revitalization board, creating: SB 5328, SSB 5328
Boards, community economic revitalization board, alternate members for: HB 2218
Boards, healthy Washington board, creating for new healthy Washington program: SB 5957
Boards, higher education infrastructure board, creating: SSB 5684
Boards, higher education infrastructure investment board, creating: SB 5684
Boards, oversight board for department of children, youth, and families, establishing: SHB 1661, * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017)
Boards, paraeducator board, creating: HB 1115, * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV, SB 5070
Boards, public employees' benefits board, transferring from HCA to DRS: SB 5653
Boards, public employees' benefits board, transferring from HCA to new office: SSB 5653
Boards, school employees' benefits board, creating in HCA: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Boards, Washington investment trust advisory and transition boards, creating: HB 2059, SB 5464
Budget reviews, zero-based, agency reviews of programs, when: HB 1817, SB 5066
Catastrophic incidents, continuity of government planning: HB 2263, SB 6011
Catastrophic incidents, continuity of governmental operations: HJR 4210, SJR 8211
Children, youth, and families, department of, creating: HB 1661, SHB 1661, * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017), SB 5498, SSB 5498
Children, youth, and families, department of, creating office of innovation, alignment, and accountability for: * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017)
Children, youth, and families, department of, oversight board for, establishing: SHB 1661, * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017)
Commissions, African-American affairs, abolishing, and transferring functions of: HB 2183
Commissions, Asian Pacific American affairs, abolishing, transferring functions: HB 2183
Commissions, commission on minority affairs, creating: HB 2183
Commissions, ethnic and cultural diversity, advising legislature: SB 5020, SSB 5020
Commissions, fish and wildlife commission, renaming as advisory commission: SB 5718
Commissions, Hispanic affairs, abolishing, and transferring functions of: HB 2183
Commissions, Hispanic affairs, repealing repeal and termination of provisions: SSB 5020
Commissions, Hispanic affairs, repealing repeal of provisions: SB 5020
Commissions, interstate medical licensure compact commission, creating: * HB 1337, CH 195 (2017), SB 5221
Commissions, long-term services and supports trust commission, establishing: HB 1636
Commissions, physical therapy compact commission, establishing: * HB 1278, CH 108 (2017), SB 5191
Commissions, Washington investment trust commission, creating: HB 2059, SB 5464
Committees, advisory, subject to open public meetings act, when: HB 1989
Communication plans, life safety information for limited-English proficient persons: * SSB 5046, CH 312 (2017)
Cybersecurity and emergency management, agency coordination, task force on: HB 2086
Cybersecurity, at state agencies, attracting students for, studying methods: HB 1697
Cybersecurity, state, excellence assessments: SB 5455, SSB 5455
Data networks of state agencies, classification schedule and encryption standards: HB 1479
Data networks of state agencies, payment credentials stored on, requirements: HB 1421, SHB 1421
Electricians, state agency employees doing work of, licensing/certification of: HB 1871
Electronic data, federal agencies collecting, agency cooperation with, prohibiting: HB 1193
Enforcement actions, small businesses, identifying rights of and protections for: * HB 1352, CH 243 (2017), SB 5230
Ethnicity, public agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibitions: HB 2097, SB 5828
Facilities and real estate, colocating and consolidating in same geographic area: HB 1828, SB 5089
Federal government, agency agreements with, report to legislature concerning: HB 1207
Federal government, marijuana efforts, state resources use to assist, prohibiting: HB 1895
Fiscal year, earlier beginning date for: HB 2270
Greenhouse gas emissions, state agency schedule for reducing, modifying: HB 1372
Health care authority, abolishing, replacing with Washington access for all trust: SB 5747
Health security trust and standing committees, creating: HB 1026
Information systems, certain appropriations if breached, constitutional amendment: HJR 4202
Information technology systems and infrastructure, agencies', testing security of: HB 1929, SHB 1929, 2SHB 1929, HB 2172
Information technology, at state agencies, attracting students for, studying: HB 1697
Information technology, DES contract operations, excellence assessments of: SSB 5572
Information technology, state agency, information technology investment account: SSB 5915
Information technology, state procurement of, chief information officer oversight of: HB 1787, SHB 1787, SB 5572, SSB 5572, SB 5915
Interpreters, spoken language services, agency purchasing from certain providers: HB 1869, SB 5682
Investment trust, Washington, creating: HB 2059, SB 5464
Legal action against state, by certain state officials, governor's approval: HB 1034
Legal action against state, interim attorneys' fees and costs, payment: SB 5058
Lobbying, by former state officers and employees, postemployment restrictions: HB 1159, SB 5120, SSB 5120, SB 5737
Lobbyist employers and employees, state agencies, requirements: HB 1159, SB 5120, SSB 5120, SB 5737
Loss prevention reviews by agencies, modifying requirements: HB 1323, ESHB 1323, SB 5173, * ESSB 5173, CH 318 (2017)
Marijuana, federal efforts concerning, state resources use to assist, prohibiting: HB 1895
Medical record systems, electronic, agency purchase or upgrade of: SB 5787
National origin, public agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibitions: HB 2097, SB 5828
Notices, about emergencies and disasters, for limited-English-proficient persons: HB 1540, SHB 1540, 2SHB 1540, SB 5046, * SSB 5046, CH 312 (2017)
Officers, state, financial affairs reporting, suspending or modifying, when: HB 1833
Ombuds, office of the state, establishing: SB 5978
Performance management, office of, creating: SB 5065, SSB 5065, 2SSB 5065
Performance management, state agency plans adoption, training, and savings: SB 5065, SSB 5065, 2SSB 5065
Plumbers, state agency employees doing work of, licensing/certification of: HB 1871
Policies, rules, and laws, state, municipality self-designated sanctuary from: HB 2178
Procurement, "contracting out" assessment and contractor ethical standards: HB 1851, ESHB 1851
Procurement, contracting for services provided by civil service employees: SB 5550
Procurement, electric and alternative fuel vehicles, requirements: SB 5931
Procurement, information technology, information technology investment account: SSB 5915
Procurement, of information technology, chief information officer oversight of: HB 1787, SHB 1787, SB 5572, SSB 5572, SB 5915
Procurement, of information technology, DES contract operations assessments: SSB 5572
Procurement, seed, identity and purity of: SB 5263, ESSB 5263
Procurement, state agency contract oversight and management program, developing: SSB 5915
Programs, agency zero-based budget reviews of, when: HB 1817, SB 5066
Property seized by agencies, using proceeds for school funding: HB 2136
Registration or surveillance programs, agency aiding of, prohibiting, when: HB 1985, SB 5689
Religious affiliation, agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibiting: HB 1956, SB 5308
Religious beliefs, agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibiting: HB 2097, SB 5828
Resource data, private land unlawful entry by agency to collect: HB 1104
Rule making by agencies, legislative approval or disapproval of rules: HB 1241
Rule making by agencies, statewide rule-making information web site, establishing: HB 1587
Rule making by agencies, suspending and requiring rules review, exceptions: HB 1241
Sensing devices, extraordinary, government agency use: HB 1102
Significant agency actions, source information identification, DNR requirements: SB 5958
Spending programs, new statutory, requiring expiration, performance, and review: HB 1818
Transfers and obligations, incurred by debtor, uniform voidable transactions act: * SB 5085, CH 57 (2017)
Volunteers, not appointed by an agency, records disclosure exemption, when: SB 5784
Whistleblowers, ex parte communications, as "improper governmental action": SB 5374, * SSB 5374, CH 44 (2017)
Whistleblowers, investigations prompted by, provisions: HB 2184, SB 5294, 2ESSB 5294, SB 5952, ESSB 5952
WorkFirst, legislative-executive WorkFirst poverty reduction oversight task force: HB 1482, SHB 1482, E2SHB 1482, SB 5440
STATE AUDITOR  (See AUDITOR, STATE)
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION  (See EDUCATION, STATE BOARD)
STATE DESIGNATIONS, OFFICIAL  STATE DESIGNATIONS, OFFICIAL RSS Feed
               
Cryptid, official state, designating Sasquatch/Bigfoot as: SB 5816
English, official state language for state business: HB 2209
Fungi, official state, designating pine mushroom as: HB 1812, SB 5723
STATE EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES  (See COLLECTIVE BARGAINING; COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES; FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS)
STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT (SEPA)  (See ENVIRONMENT)
STATE GOVERNMENT  STATE GOVERNMENT RSS Feed
               (See also BONDS; BUDGETS; ECONOMIC AND REVENUE FORECAST COUNCIL; ETHICS IN GOVERNMENT; GOVERNOR; LEGISLATURE; PUBLIC WORKS; STATE DESIGNATIONS, OFFICIAL)
Construction, state government, via indebtedness, sales and use tax exemption: SB 5166
Eastern Washington, formation as new state, petitioning Congress: HJM 4000
English, official state language for state business: HB 2209
Federal funding programs, requiring changes in state statutes, JLARC reporting: SB 5370, SSB 5370
Fiscal year, earlier beginning date for: HB 2270
Homeless encampments, guidelines and regulations, state preemption of: SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864
Investment trust, Washington, creating: HB 2059, SB 5464
Language, English to be official state language for state business: HB 2209
Legal action against state, by certain state officials, governor's approval: HB 1034
Legal action against state, interim attorneys' fees and costs, payment: SB 5058
Marijuana, federal efforts concerning, state resources use to assist, prohibiting: HB 1895
Private property rights, international law or accords infringing, prohibitions: HB 1202
Spending programs, new statutory, requiring expiration, performance, and review: HB 1818
State officers, financial affairs reporting, suspending or modifying, when: HB 1833
Washington generals, association of, expanding purpose of: HB 1984, SHB 1984, SB 5746
STATE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES  (See COLLECTIVE BARGAINING; COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES; FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS)
STATE PARKS  (See PARKS)
STATE PATROL  (See LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS)
STATE TREASURER  (See TREASURER, STATE)
STEELHEAD  (See FISHING)
STREETS  (See ROADS AND HIGHWAYS; TRAFFIC)
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT COUNCIL  STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT COUNCIL RSS Feed
               
Advanced placement (AP) tests, credit policy for, council to establish: HB 1333
Community colleges, overuse of part-time faculty by, studying, council role: HB 1888
Course materials, open educational resources grant pilot program, council role: HB 1561, SHB 1561, E2SHB 1561, HB 1768
Cybersecurity conditional loan program, council to administer: HB 1830
Cybersecurity, at state agencies, attracting students for, studying, council role: HB 1697
Disabilities, higher education transfer students with, work group on, reauthorizing: HB 2037, * SHB 2037, CH 175 (2017)
For-profit institutions and private vocational schools, ombuds for, studying: SHB 1439, E2SHB 1439
For-profit institutions and private vocational schools, ombuds office for, creating: HB 1439
For-profit institutions and private vocational schools, two-part study, continuing: SHB 1439, E2SHB 1439
Health sciences and services authorities, SAC designating of, application deadline: HB 1922
Higher education institutions, unfair business practices by, council authority: HB 1439, SHB 1439
Information technology, state agencies, attracting students, studying, council role: HB 1697
Peer mentoring of students, competitive grant program for, council role: HB 1651
Private institution disciplinary procedures, for financial aid programs participation: HB 1962
Promise program, Washington, effectiveness of, studying, council role: SHB 1840
State need grant, funding from certain aerospace tax revenues, SAC role: HB 2146
Student education loan ombuds, council to designate: HB 1440, SHB 1440, E2SHB 1440, SB 5210
Student loans, debt information for students, SAC role: HB 1057, SHB 1057, SB 5022
Student loans, disbursement via servicer or financial institution, council oversight: HB 1499
Washington next generation educational savings account pilot program, council role: HB 1425, SHB 1425
Western interstate commission for higher education, council to contract with: HB 1651
STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, OFFICE  STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, OFFICE RSS Feed
               (See also COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES)
Educator conditional scholarship and loan repayment programs, office role: 2SHB 1827
Medical student loan program, establishing, office role: HB 2127, HB 2143, SHB 2143, E2SHB 2143
Promise program, Washington, for resident students, office to administer: HB 1840, SHB 1840, SB 5666
STUDIES  STUDIES RSS Feed
               
Aerial imagery needs assessment study for state and local agencies, conducting: HB 2108, SB 5824
Affordable housing land bank, surplus public property for, studying: SHB 1752
Airport investment study, DOT, recommendations: * HB 1018, CH 48 (2017)
Airport, international, air traffic and air quality at, studying: HB 1171, SHB 1171, SB 5225
Clean energy investment, via certain projects, studying to determine awards: SB 5930
Clean energy investment, via certain projects, studying to determine investment prices: HB 2230
Colleges, four-year, course materials and textbooks at, studying: HB 1561, SHB 1561, E2SHB 1561
Commercial office space, local tax exemption program for, studying: SHB 1495, E2SHB 1495
Community colleges, overuse of part-time faculty by, studying: HB 1888
Counties, core services and functions costs for each, studying: SB 5752
Cybersecurity and IT at state agencies, attracting students for, studying methods: HB 1697
Domestic violence risk assessment, creating work group to study: HB 1163, SHB 1163, * E2SHB 1163, CH 272 (2017), SB 5904
Federally qualified health center, for developmental disabilities services, studying: 2SSB 5594
Fiscal notes, reliability of, work group to study: HB 1960
Food and forest products manufacturing wastes, beneficial uses of, analyzing: HB 2133
Food system, state, study of, to include expansion of system capacity: HB 1552
For-profit institutions and private vocational schools, ombuds for, studying: SHB 1439, E2SHB 1439
For-profit institutions and private vocational schools, two-part study, continuing: SHB 1439, E2SHB 1439
Foster care services, extended, studying: HB 1867, * SHB 1867, CH 265 (2017)
Girls, dually involved in child welfare and juvenile justice systems, studying: SB 5831
Health insurance pool, Washington state, intention to study: SHB 1338, * 2SHB 1338, CH 110 (2017)
Health security trust, benefits for injured workers under, studying: HB 1026
Hemp, industrial, regulatory framework feasibility, studying: * ESSB 5131, CH 317 (2017)
Higher education institutions, contributions of, economic impact, studying: HB 1910
Homelessness in Washington, statewide study of: HB 1570, ESHB 1570, SB 5254, SSB 5254
Law enforcement officer diversity and community engagement, studying: HB 1529, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Law enforcement officer diversity, how to increase, studying: HB 1769
Legal financial obligations, reform measures, studying effectiveness of: HB 1783
Local government revenue authority and constitutional/statutory obligations, studying: HB 2011
Marijuana, legalizing recreational user plant possession, regulation of, studying: * ESSB 5131, CH 317 (2017)
Medicaid personal care services, delivery by family-member caregivers, studying: * 2ESB 5867, CH 34 (2017)
Offender early release and community custody, studying: HB 1789, SB 5600
Paraeducators, effect on student outcomes, studying: HB 1115, * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV, SB 5070
Promise program, Washington, effectiveness of, studying: HB 1840, SHB 1840, SB 5666
Retirement, LEOFF plan 2, interruptive service credit requirement, studying: * SB 5661, CH 188 (2017)
School meal programs, breakfast after the bell, analyzing: ESHB 1508, SB 6003
Schools, locally determined courses in English and mathematics, studying: HB 1793
Social security numbers, preventing proliferation of, legislative task force to study: HB 2249
Statewide open records portal, feasibility of, studying: SHB 1516, HB 1594, * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017)
Student loan authority, to refinance loans from bonds, studying impact of: HB 1440, SHB 1440, SB 5210
Uniform medical plan, 3-part aim solution cost containment, studying: HB 1276
Workforce for agriculture, natural resources, and environment, studying: HB 1404, SHB 1404, SB 5285, SSB 5285
Workforce for agriculture, natural resources, outdoor recreation, and environment, studying: * 2SSB 5285, CH 182 (2017)
SUBDIVISIONS  SUBDIVISIONS RSS Feed
               
Approval, final, city or county delegation to planning commission or agency of: HB 1862, SHB 1862, * SB 5674, CH 161 (2017)
Approval, potable water supply determination, using certain rules as guide: HB 1885, SB 5239, SSB 5239, 2E2SSB 5239
Approval, vested rights and controlling law in process: HB 2100
Approval, when insufficient evidence of flows impairment, requirement: HB 1382
Divisions of land, proposed, considering under land use control ordinances: ESB 5212
Plats, recording, deposit for anticipated taxes and assessments, eliminating: * HB 1283, CH 109 (2017), SB 5189
Water supply, adequate provisions for: HB 2226, HB 2239, HB 2248
Water supply, Hirst decision on private wells for residential developments: HB 2239, HB 2248, 2E2SSB 5239
Water supply, permit-exempt groundwater withdrawals, county mitigation programs: HB 1918, SB 5024
SUBSTANCE ABUSE  (See ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE)
SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER  (See ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE)
SUICIDE AND SUICIDE PREVENTION  (See MENTAL HEALTH)
SUNSET REVIEW  SUNSET REVIEW RSS Feed
               
Alternative contracting, U of W medical facilities, repealing termination and repeal: HB 1652, HB 1861, * SB 5631, CH 124 (2017)
Alternative public works contracting procedures, repeal of, updating: * HB 1395, CH 136 (2017), * HB 2052, CH 211 (2017), SB 5146
Hispanic affairs, commission, repealing repeal and termination of provisions: SSB 5020
Hispanic affairs, commission, repealing repeal of provisions: SB 5020
Timber, DNR state lands contract harvesting program, repealing expiration dates: HB 1407, * SB 5270, CH 64 (2017)
SUNSHINE COMMITTEE  (See PUBLIC RECORDS EXEMPTIONS ACCOUNTABILITY COMMITTEE)
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, OFFICE (OSPI)  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, OFFICE (OSPI) RSS Feed
               (See also PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR STANDARDS BOARD; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS)
Accounting practices of districts, technical working group on, OSPI to convene: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, SB 5623
Agriculture science, STEM-based, and partnerships, OSPI role: HB 1453, SB 5318
Assessments for graduation, using college readiness assessments, OSPI role: HB 1572, SB 5202
Board of education, various duties of, transferring to OSPI: HB 1886, SB 5673
Buildings, school, seismic safety of, engineering survey for, OSPI role: HB 1703
Career and technical education, course equivalencies for, increasing, OSPI role: SSB 5853
Career and technical education, equipment for, district grant process, OSPI role: SSB 5853
Career and technical education, in middle schools, OSPI to examine: HB 1898
Career and technical education, OSPI role: HB 1756, SB 5622
Certificated instructional staff, model salary grid work group, OSPI role: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Certificates of achievement, academic, student outcomes report: HB 1793
Civics education, expanded teacher training program, establishing, OSPI role: HB 1896, SB 5668
Digital citizenship, media literacy, and internet safety, OSPI role: SB 5449, * ESSB 5449, CH 90 (2017)
Driver training education, core curriculum, OSPI role: HB 2266
Driver training education, curriculum and instructors, OSPI role: HB 1481, * ESHB 1481, CH 197 (2017)
Dual language learning, OSPI role: HB 1445, * SHB 1445, CH 236 (2017), SB 5529, SSB 5529
Duties, of board of education, transferring various to OSPI: HB 1886, SB 5673
Education sector excellence assessment framework, OSPI implementation of: SB 5567
Emergencies, statewide panic button program, developing, OSPI role: HB 1284
Employees, access to certain persons, background checks, OSPI role: SB 5605, * SSB 5605, CH 33 (2017)
Ethnic studies, model curriculum development, advisory committee, OSPI role: HB 1294
Facilities, OSPI duties relating to, revising: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Firearm safety and hunter education elective course, OSPI role: HB 1174, SB 5216
Flexibility schools and zones, designation as, developing process for, OSPI role: HB 1705
High school graduation and college and career readiness account, OSPI role: HB 2075, SB 5758, SSB 5758
Innovation schools and zones, authorizing and establishing, OSPI role: HB 1215
Language access advisory committee and lighthouse collaboratives, OSPI role: HB 1295, HB 1451
Lead in school drinking water, preventing elevated levels, OSPI role: HB 1842, HB 1925
Legal action against state, by superintendent, requirements: HB 1034
Locally determined courses in English and mathematics, OSPI to study: HB 1793
Meal programs, OSPI role: HB 1508, ESHB 1508, SB 5696, SB 6003
Mental health services, coordinator and lighthouse ESD, OSPI role: HB 1713, SHB 1713, SB 5763, SSB 5763
Mental health, professional collaboration lighthouse grant program, OSPI role: HB 1377, SHB 1377
Mental health/substance use disorder, lead staff person, ESD pilot sites, OSPI role: * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017)
Minority students, racial and ethnic, impact statements on legislation, OSPI role: SB 5588
Open educational resources project, including OSPI role, removing expiration: HB 1688
Paraeducators, teacher/administrator professional learning regarding, OSPI role: * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV
Performance assessment standards, implementation of, OSPI role: SB 5567
Performance goals, accountability monitoring and reporting system, OSPI role: ESHB 1843, HB 2185
Physical education, annual district examinations of programs, OSPI role: HB 1235, * SHB 1235, CH 80 (2017)
Professional educator standards board, membership, OSPI optional designee for: * SB 5662, CH 189 (2017)
Public speaking, grades two through five, grant program for, OSPI role: HB 1254
Role/responsibilities, OSPI and board of education, new K-12 task force on: 2ESHB 1886
School facilities citizen advisory committee, modifying previous board, OSPI role: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Social emotional learning, K-12 benchmarks work group, extending, OSPI role: SB 5714
Social emotional learning, summer step-up grant program for, OSPI role: HB 1518, SHB 1518
Social emotional learning, work group for, OSPI to convene: HB 1518, SHB 1518
Special education funded enrollment percent work group, OSPI to convene: ESHB 1843, HB 2185
Staffing enrichments technical work group, convening, OSPI role: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Students protecting students program, establishing within OSPI: HB 1310
Students, enrollment projection data, over- and under-housed students, OSPI role: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Summer step-up grant program, for summer programs, establishing, OSPI role: SB 5733
Supplemental contracts, certificated instructional staff, certain OSPI reporting: HB 1684, HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, SB 5486, SB 5623
Traffic safety education courses, including late merge zipper method in, OSPI role: HB 2055
Transitional bilingual instruction program, annual reporting date, OSPI role: HB 1690, * SB 5488, CH 123 (2017)
Transitional bilingual instruction program, bilingual educator initiative, OSPI role: SB 5712, SSB 5712
Transportation, allocation distribution formula, underfunded districts, OSPI role: HB 1689, SB 5367
Truancy, addressing with multiple approaches, OSPI role: HB 1170, SHB 1170, * 2SHB 1170, CH 291 (2017)
Violence, anonymous reporting, students protecting students program for: HB 1310
Washington academic, innovation, and mentoring (AIM) program, OSPI role: SSB 5258, * 2SSB 5258, CH 180 (2017)
Work-integrated learning experiences, project programs, evaluating, OSPI role: HB 1600, ESHB 1600
SUPERIOR COURTS  (See COURTS)