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WAGES AND HOURS  WAGES AND HOURS RSS Feed
               (See also PUBLIC WORKS; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS)
Elected officials, state, voluntary salary reduction: SB 6127
Garnishment of wages, modifying "disposable earnings" definition: SB 5194
Health care facilities, employees, meal and rest breaks and mandatory overtime, which employees: HB 1732
Labor hours of apprentice utilization, compliance with percentage as responsible bidder criterion: HB 2846, SB 6574
Labor hours, definition, modifying for public works apprenticeship utilization: * HB 1595, CH 48 (2015), SB 5734
Liens, wage liens for wage claims on real property, comprehensive provisions: HB 1518, SB 5567
Minimum wage act, amending: HB 1354, SHB 1354, 2SHB 1354, SB 5569
Minimum wage act, excluding athletes affiliated with a Western Hockey League team from "employee" for purposes of: SHB 1930
Minimum wage act, excluding athletes in amateur league or club from "employee" for purposes of: HB 1930
Minimum wage act, excluding junior ice hockey team members in certain leagues from "employee" for purposes of, when: * ESB 5893, CH 299 (2015)
Minimum wage act, person with disability with sheltered workshop or certain nonprofits to be "employee" for: SB 6133
Minimum wage complaints, good faith defense: SB 5514
Minimum wage rate, local, to apply equally to unionized and nonunionized employers, when: HB 2489
Minimum wage rate, meeting through total compensation: HB 2291
Minimum wage, increasing by rate of inflation: SB 5384
Minimum wage, increasing hourly wage: HB 1355, SB 5285, SB 6087
Minimum wage, providing living wage through new rates and tax relief and exemption for certain businesses: SB 6029
Overpayment of wages, recovery by employer, application of provisions to municipal corporations: HB 2630, SB 6090
Overtime compensation complaints, good faith defense: SB 5514
Overtime, joint legislative-executive overtime oversight task force, creating: * E2SHB 1725, CH 30 (2016)
Railroad employees, yardmaster working hours: HB 1284, SHB 1284, SB 5696
Retaliation and discrimination against employees, providing protections: HB 1354, SHB 1354, 2SHB 1354, SB 5569
Salary or wage increases, state and higher education, collective bargaining agreement requirements: SB 5979, SSB 5979
Salary payment by counties, draw day requirements: * HB 2391, CH 126 (2016), SB 6155
Salary, deferred compensation program, modifying while expanding optional deferral programs: SB 6435
Salary, optional deferral programs, including money-purchase retirement savings plan: SB 6435
Scheduling employees to avoid employer health care coverage responsibility under affordable health care act: HB 1931
Scheduling employees to avoid employer health care coverage responsibility, employer responsibility penalty: SB 5895
School employees, certificated instructional staff, new statewide salary schedule for: HB 1854
State patrol, commissioned officer salaries, increasing: HB 2914
State patrol, officer salaries and benefits, competitive: HB 1580, SB 5304, SB 6331, SB 6547, SSB 6547
State patrol, officer salaries, competitive: SHB 2872
State patrol, one-time pay increase for troopers, sergeants, lieutenants, and captains: * E2SHB 2872, CH 28 (2016)
State patrol, trooper and sergeant salaries, competitive: * E2SHB 2872, CH 28 (2016)
State preemption and occupation of field of wages and hours, provisions: HB 2491, SB 6029
Teen summer employment wage, creating: SB 5421
Teen training wage, establishing: SB 5422
Thanksgiving day, retail or service employees working on, employer and wage requirements: HB 1694
Wage limit, state average, to be state retirement system maximum compensation for applying contribution rates: SB 6005
Wage payment laws, responsible bidder criteria to include compliance with: HB 1089, SHB 1089, SB 5050
Wage payment, post-employment, offering methods without transaction costs or need for account: ESHB 1211
Wage payment, post-employment, payment by paper check at employee request: HB 3003
Wage payment, post-employment, transaction costs for obtaining wages, prohibiting: HB 1211
Wage violations, unlawful withholding or rebating, damages: HB 1006, SHB 1006, SB 5568
Wages and hours, local regulation of, county authority for: SB 6578, SSB 6578
Wages and hours, local, to apply equally to unionized and nonunionized employers, when: HB 1934, SB 5332
Wages and hours, state preemption and occupation of field of, provisions: HB 2491
Wages, aerospace industry, statewide wage requirement for certain tax incentives: HB 1786, SHB 1786
Wages, communications between employees concerning compensation, protecting: SB 6651, SB 6655
Wages, discrimination based on sex, prohibiting: SB 6651, SB 6655
Wages, equal pay opportunity act: HB 1646, ESHB 1646, SB 5630, SB 6442
Wages, payroll cards for, restricting fees for use: HB 2505, SHB 2505
Wages, public agency pay schedules, review of for pay disparities, JLARC to conduct: SB 6651, SB 6655
Youth wage, authority for paying: HB 2291
WAREHOUSING  (See TAX PREFERENCES - EXEMPTIONS, CREDITS, DEDUCTIONS, DEFERRALS, ETC.)
WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATIVE CODE  WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE)
Administrative law, unnecessary laws, legislative removal and repeal procedures: HB 2787, SB 6380, SSB 6380
Publication and authentication of WAC, as legal material in official electronic record, provisions: SB 6361
Rule making, requiring APA adoption, WAC codification, and legislative ratification: HB 1200, HB 1203, HB 1204, SB 5366, SB 5368, SB 5372
WAC 162-32-060, concerning gender-segregated facilities, requiring repeal in entirety: HB 2935, SB 6443
WASHINGTON STATE  WASHINGTON STATE RSS Feed
               
Boundaries, state, joint legislative task force on, establishing: HB 1832
Boundaries, state, legislative task force on, establishing: HB 1818
Leaders, honoring Washington women leaders in government: * SR 8648 (2015)
Washington and Oregon states, creating two new states from: HB 1832
Washington state, creating two new states from: HB 1818
WASHINGTON STATE PATROL RETIREMENT SYSTEM (WSPRS)  (See RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
WASHINGTON STATE QUALITY AWARD PROGRAM  (See GOVERNOR)
WASHINGTON STATE SCHOOL DIRECTORS' ASSOCIATION  (See SCHOOL DIRECTORS' ASSOCIATION, WASHINGTON STATE)
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY  (See COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES)
WATER  WATER RSS Feed
               
Alternative water systems or supplies, for potable water, ordinance and information requirements: HB 1793, SHB 1793
Applications and permits, requiring consistent and prompt agency decision making: SB 5197, SSB 5197
Bottled water, sales and use tax exemption, eliminating, exceptions: HB 2224, SHB 2269, HB 2479, HB 2996
Building permit application, to include risk assessment of possible impacts to water supply, when: SB 6012
Commission, Washington water commission, creating: SB 5801
Conservation, efficiency standards for toilets, water closets, and urinals: HB 2430, ESHB 2430
Drought preparedness measures, modifying: HB 1836, SHB 1836, E2SHB 1836
Drought, emergency response, appropriations for 2015 and 2015-2017 capital budgets: SB 6125
Drought, emergency response, appropriations for capital projects: ESSB 6125
Drought, water supply during, joint legislative committee on, modifying provisions: HB 1836, SHB 1836, E2SHB 1836
Drought, water supply during, state drought preparedness account funds for drinking water projects: HB 2863
Groundwaters, maintaining and protecting, discouraging certain withdrawals to ensure: SB 5998
Infrastructure projects, grant program for: SB 5628
Irrigation districts, delinquent assessments on property for, effect of certain easements: HB 1707, * SB 5556, CH 34 (2015)
Irrigation districts, facilities of, relation to shorelands, clarifying: HB 1708, SB 5554
Irrigation districts, facilities of, relation to streams, clarifying: SSB 5554
Irrigation districts, master programs, allowing watershed management actions by special purpose districts: SHB 2616
Irrigation districts, master programs, allowing watershed management actions by watershed improvement districts: HB 2616, SB 6175
Irrigation districts, subdivisions and real property parcels, district review and conditioning authority: SB 5555
Irrigation districts, task force on irrigation district elections, establishing: HB 1266
Public water facilities, municipalities contracting for servicing of, procedures: HB 1544, SB 5470
Public water facilities, municipality creation of assessment reimbursement area, procedures: HB 1911, SHB 1911, SB 5795, * SSB 5795, CH 96 (2015)
Public water facilities, uninterruptible water supplies for municipal water suppliers, when: SSB 5298
Public water facilities, water storage asset management services, procurement procedures: * EHB 1989, CH 187 (2015), ESSB 5470
Public water systems, "municipal water supply purposes," modifying: HB 2788, SB 6215, ESSB 6215
Public water systems, financial assistance activities, transferring: HB 1464, * 2ESB 5251, CH 111 (2016)
Public water systems, group A, growth management proposals notice requirements to include: * SB 5238, CH 25 (2015)
Public water systems, group B serving few connections, local health jurisdiction approval, when: HB 1933
Public water systems, group B, county legislative authority approval, when: HB 2061, SHB 2061, * E2SHB 2061 (2016) V
Special purpose districts, watershed management actions by, authority for, when and from whom: SHB 2616
Waste material, discharge into waters, enhanced biological nutrient removal or other technology requirement: SB 6191
Water distribution or water and sewerage system businesses, limiting tax imposed by city or town on: SB 6115
Water supply infrastructure, grant program for: SB 5628
Water-sewer districts, water storage asset management services, procurement: HB 2358, SB 6147
Waters of the state, groundwaters, maintaining and protecting: SB 5998
Watershed improvement districts, watershed management actions by, authority for, when and from whom: HB 2616, SB 6175
Wells, licensed operators, geologists performing duties of: HB 1137
Wells, permit exempt, hearings concerning petitions challenging regulation of: HB 1889, SB 5061
Wells, permit exempt, within Skagit basin, aiding users of, feasibility study: * ESB 6589, CH 227 (2016)
WATER DISTRICTS  (See WATER)
WATER POLLUTION  WATER POLLUTION RSS Feed
               (See also HAZARDOUS MATERIALS; HAZARDOUS WASTE; OIL AND GAS; POLLUTION LIABILITY INSURANCE AGENCY)
Agricultural land, agricultural activity discharges from, violation reported by named third party, notice of: SB 6551
Applications and permits, requiring consistent and prompt agency decision making: SB 5197, SSB 5197
Chemical action plans, department of ecology role: SSB 5056, 2SSB 5056, SB 6131, SSB 6131
Chemical action plans, selecting substances for: SB 5056, SSB 5056, 2SSB 5056, SB 6131, SSB 6131
Collection facilities, municipalities contracting for servicing of, procedures: HB 1544, SB 5470
Dairy farms, discharging to groundwater, general permit issuance and program for: HB 2840, SB 6568, SSB 6568
Federal clean water act, certain proposed federal rules under, enforcement of, prohibiting: HB 2721
Federal clean water act, current, aligning jurisdiction scope of state water pollution control act with: HB 2720
Federal clean water act, section 401, timely preliminary and revised certification decisions: SB 6172
Microbeads, synthetic plastic, in personal care products and OTC drugs, prohibitions: HB 1378, SB 5431, SB 5609, SSB 5609
Oil transport, spill prevention and response activities, including symposium on: SB 5057, SSB 5057, E2SSB 5057
Storm water, reducing pollution from current facilities through infrastructure grant program: SB 5628
Violations, modifying water quality determination and enforcement procedures: SB 5062, SB 5584, SSB 5584
Waste material, discharge into waters, enhanced biological nutrient removal or other technology requirement: SB 6191
Water pollution control revolving fund, term of fund program loans: * HB 2309, CH 88 (2016), SB 6150
WATER RIGHTS  WATER RIGHTS RSS Feed
               
Adjudication claims, filing fee: HB 1248
Banking, information about banks in state and, department of ecology role: * SSB 6179, CH 215 (2016)
Banking, restricting water resource impacts mitigation use of: SB 6179
Banking, Yakima basin water banking best practices act, concerning sponsors and mitigation credits: EHB 1187, ESB 5014
Columbia Basin project, federal, exceeding number of acres irrigated, when: SB 6537
Commission, Washington water commission, creating: SB 5801
Dairy purpose of use water rights, modifying "municipal water supply purposes" to include: HB 2788, SB 6215, ESSB 6215
Domestic purposes, withdrawing groundwater without permit, relinquishment exemption, when: HB 1233
Drought preparedness measures, modifying: HB 1836, SHB 1836, E2SHB 1836
Drought, emergency response, appropriations for 2015 and 2015-2017 capital budgets: SB 6125
Drought, emergency response, appropriations for capital projects: ESSB 6125
Drought, water supply during, joint legislative committee on, modifying provisions: HB 1836, SHB 1836, E2SHB 1836
Drought, water supply during, state drought preparedness account funds for drinking water projects: HB 2863
Elwha-Dungeness river basin, WRIA 18, water rights applications, action on: * ESSB 6513, CH 117 (2016)
Fish and wildlife department-managed lands, inventory and lease of rights: HB 1000, SHB 1000
Flows and levels, restricting application of: ESSB 5407
Flows, base and minimum instream, mitigating effect of permit-exempt groundwater withdrawals on, evaluating: SB 5965, SSB 5965
Flows, base and minimum instream, restricting application of: SB 5134
Flows, instream rules adopted by department of ecology, private property loss due to, studying: HB 2952
Flows, instream, proof of water reliance for building permit recipients, application process for: SB 6584
Flows, stream, favorable or enhanced, management of forests to create, optional compensation for: HB 2071
Irrigation and agricultural irrigation, modifying "municipal water supply purposes" to include: HB 2788, SB 6215, ESSB 6215
Nooksack river, claiming and diverting water from, when: HB 1338, SB 5298
Power development, license fee, reporting and expiration: HB 1130, * SHB 1130, CH 75 (2016)
Proof of water reliance, for building permit recipients, application process for: SB 6584
Relinquishment, abolishing by removing all statutory references: HB 1523
Reservations for certain future uses, maintaining: SB 5491
Reservations of water for domestic use, requirements: SB 5129, SSB 5129, ESSB 5407
Skagit river, recharging basin and aiding certain well users, feasibility study: * ESB 6589, CH 227 (2016)
Skagit, Skagit river basin instream resources protection rule: SSB 5129, SB 5131, SB 5135, SB 5136, SB 5407, ESSB 5407
State agency-purchased land, inventory and transfer of rights: SB 5016
Status of water right, process for changing, when: HB 1267
Underground artificial storage and recovery projects, water meeting drinking water standards: SB 5018, SSB 5018
Uninterruptible water supplies for municipal water suppliers, when: SSB 5298
Uninterruptible water supplies for users of Skagit basin permit exempt wells: * ESB 6589, CH 227 (2016)
Waters of the state, certain proposed federal rules under clean water act, enforcement of, prohibiting : HB 2721
Wenatchee river basin, WRIA 45, water rights applications, action on: SB 6513, * ESSB 6513, CH 117 (2016)
WATER-SEWER DISTRICTS  WATER-SEWER DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               
Assumptions of districts by cities, referendum requirement: HB 1417, ESHB 1417, SB 5048, * ESSB 5048, CH 172 (2015)
Contracting and bidding, mandatory competitive, raising dollar threshold for: HB 1410, * ESHB 1410, CH 136 (2015)
Fire sprinkler systems, multipurpose residential, district prohibitions, prohibiting: HB 2503, SHB 2503, SB 6284, * SSB 6284, CH 14 (2016) V
Improvement districts, formation of, challenges by lawsuit and appeals from certain assessments: HB 1197, SB 5350
Lien, document-recording surcharge exemption: HB 1416, SB 5193
Real property, sale requirements and procedures, modifying: HB 1197, SHB 1197, HB 2358, SB 5350, SSB 5350, SB 6147
Warrants for payment of obligations, board issuance of own: HB 1197, SHB 1197, HB 2358, SB 5350, SSB 5350, SB 6147
Water storage asset management services, district authority to contract for: HB 2358, SB 6147
WATERS OF THE STATE  (See LAKES AND RESERVOIRS; OCEAN WATERS AND RESOURCES; RIVERS; SHORELINES AND SHORELINE MANAGEMENT; WATER POLLUTION; WATER RIGHTS)
WEEDS  WEEDS RSS Feed
               
Noxious pollen-rich weeds, replacing with honey bee forage plants, pilot project: HB 1654, SHB 1654, 2SHB 1654, * EHB 2478, CH 44 (2016)
Noxious weed control board, provisions concerning: HB 1654, SHB 1654, 2SHB 1654, * EHB 2478, CH 44 (2016)
Noxious weeds on state lands, lien proceedings for unpaid county board control action costs: SB 5769
WILDLIFE  WILDLIFE RSS Feed
               (See also HUNTING)
Bear, black, bait station permit, issuance of, when: HB 1838, SHB 1838
Birds, migratory, annual stamp design, provisions: SB 5380, SSB 5380
Birds, migratory, sale of hunting permits to fund nonwaterfowl migratory bird projects: SB 5380, SSB 5380
Cetacean captivity, unlawful: HB 2115, HB 2888, SB 5666, SB 6582
Cougar control pilot program, using dangerous wildlife task teams, establishing: SB 5940
Damage to livestock and crops, compensation claim damage assessor costs, DFW responsibility: SB 6450
Damage to livestock and crops, compensation claims, prohibiting DFW management actions until paid: SB 5712
Damage to livestock and crops, permitting public hunting as preventive measure, prohibiting DFW from requiring: HB 2870
Dolphins, unlawful cetacean captivity: HB 2115, HB 2888, SB 5666, SB 6582
Elk, updated North Cascade herd plan, legislative review after DFW approval: SB 6199
Endangered species act, draft aquatic lands habitat conservation plan, withdrawing from federal review: ESB 5959
Endangered species act, habitat conservation plans or other DNR agreements under, prohibiting, alternatives: HB 2069
Endangered species recovery, changing listing status on regional basis: HB 1225
Fish and wildlife advisory commission, advisory role of: SB 5817
Fish and wildlife habitat conservation areas, as critical areas, excluding drainage ditches from: SB 6168
Indian tribal treaties and rights, fish and wildlife commission and governor roles: HB 2056
Ivory, elephant or mammoth, lawful sales and unlawful trafficking: HB 1131, SB 5241
Ivory, lawful sales and unlawful distributing: SHB 1131
Mammals, terrestrial, listing status for species, changes to: HB 1199, SB 5583, SSB 5583
Porpoises, unlawful cetacean captivity: HB 2115, HB 2888, SB 5666, SB 6582
Potentially dangerous wild animals, exception to prohibitions, when: HB 2318
Rhinoceros horn, lawful sales and unlawful distributing: SHB 1131
Rhinoceros horn, lawful sales and unlawful trafficking: HB 1131, SB 5241
Species status, listing of, changing: HB 1225
State wildlife account, depositing certain new commercial licensing fees: HB 1563, HB 1948, SB 5531
Whales, unlawful cetacean captivity: HB 2115, HB 2888, SB 5666, SB 6582
Wildlife and recreation program, various recommended changes to: HB 2509, SHB 2509, SB 6227, * SSB 6227, CH 149 (2016)
Wildlife college student loan program, establishing: SB 5318
Wolves, conservation and management plan, amending: HB 1792, HB 2107, SHB 2107, SB 5960, SSB 5960, SB 5962
Wolves, gray wolf conservation and management plan, requesting revisiting of: HJM 4002
Wolves, gray, partial delisting as endangered, threatened, or sensitive species, when: SB 5938
Wolves, managing of wolf-livestock interactions with lethal means, when: HB 1791, SB 5963
Wolves, recovery of, pilot project to explore active options: HB 1224
Wolves, recovery of, studying impact on wild ungulate populations: HB 1676, SHB 1676
WINE AND WINERIES  (See ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES)
WINE COMMISSION  (See AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT)
WOLVES  (See WILDLIFE)
WOMEN  WOMEN RSS Feed
               (See also ABORTION; DISCRIMINATION; MINORITIES; MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE)
Achievements of Washington women, celebrating: SR 8632
Achievements of women in history, celebrating: * SR 8738 (2016)
Birth control and other reproductive health care, coverage for, requirements: HB 1647, SB 5574
Birth control and reproductive health care coverage, employee reproductive choice act: HB 1502, SB 5026, SB 6493
Boards and commissions, state, gender composition report and equity standards and requirements for: SB 6517
Breast cancer, screening using digital breast tomosynthesis imaging, supporting use through tax incentives: HB 2999
Breast density, mammographic, communication to patients: HB 2328, SB 5040, SB 6146
Christian, Debbie, recognizing for her work with the Auburn food bank: * SR 8673 (2015)
Contraception, long-acting reversible, medicaid health plan coverage payment rate for: SB 5806
Contraception, long-acting reversible, medicaid reimbursement rates, appropriations for increasing: HB 2285, SB 6144
Contraception, oral and patches, pharmacists prescribing and dispensing: SB 6467
Contraception, oral, rings, and patches, pharmacists prescribing and dispensing: SSB 6467
Contraception, pharmacists initiating or modifying drug therapy, sticker or sign to identify, developing: * 2SHB 2681, CH 132 (2016)
Contraception, self-administered hormonal, pharmacists initiating and modifying through agreements, when: SHB 2681
Contraception, self-administered hormonal, pharmacists prescribing and dispensing, when: HB 2681
Contraceptive drugs, medicaid/medical assistance coverage for, 12-month dispensing of: HB 2465, SHB 2465, SB 6369
Corporations, business and nonprofit, boards of directors, gender representation on: SB 6652
Deaths, maternal mortality review panel, establishing: HB 2885, SHB 2885, SB 6534, SSB 6534, * E2SSB 6534, CH 238 (2016)
Earl, Joan, her work at Sound Transit, recognizing her for: * HR 4675 (2016), * SR 8722 (2016)
Education system, equity impact review process work group, convening: HB 1899, SB 5718
Equality, justice, and fairness, Washington women's participation in action towards, commending: * SR 8738 (2016)
Family planning, medicaid stand-alone coverage, impact on budget allotments for health care authority: HB 2285
Feminine hygiene products, sales and use tax exemptions for: HB 2987, SB 6629
Feminine hygiene products, sales and use tax on, using revenue to help women: HB 2713
Franchini, Keely, Miss Auburn outstanding teen 2015: * SR 8682 (2015)
Gender equality, governor to prioritize when making appointments to boards, commissions, etc.: HB 2736
Gender equity, requirements for board and commission appointments by governor: SB 6517
Genital mutilation, female, class B felony: HB 2685, SB 6563
Genital mutilation, female, class B felony, reporting requirements: HB 1423
Genital mutilation, female, plan for education about and prevention and treatment for: HB 2497
Gonzaga University women's basketball team, honoring: * HR 4640 (2015)
Health care, women's, violence against clinics and providers, condemning: * SR 8699 (2016)
Henderson, Bonita "Bonnie," senate page program, honoring: * SR 8666 (2015)
Leaders, honoring women leaders in government: * SR 8648 (2015)
Malmgren, Nancy Ruth, honoring for her work in the Seattle community: * SR 8674 (2015)
Merck, Katherine, Miss Rodeo America, recognizing her selection as: * HR 4659 (2016)
Miss Auburn scholarship program, recognizing: * SR 8682 (2015), * SR 8727 (2016)
Murder, first degree, murder of unborn quick child through actions against the mother, when: HB 1831
Murder, first degree, murder of unborn viable child through actions against the mother, when: HB 2130
Murder, second degree, murder of unborn quick child through actions against the mother, when: HB 1831
Murder, second degree, murder of unborn viable child through actions against the mother, when: HB 2130
Ocosta High School girls' cross country team, honoring: * HR 4650 (2016)
Peperzak, Carla Olman, Jewish member of WWII Dutch resistance, honoring: * SR 8623 (2015)
Pregnancy, prenatal vitamins with folic acid for all women, medical assistance requirement: SB 6270, SSB 6270
Pregnancy, termination of, health plan coverage for, requirements: HB 1647, SB 5574
Pregnancy, workplace accommodations for pregnancy and childbirth, when: HB 2307, ESHB 2307, HB 2404, SB 6149, ESSB 6149
Prenatal nondiscrimination act, sex-selection abortions, prohibitions and penalties: SB 6612
Restroom facilities, in schools, gender-separate bathrooms, biological sex or sex assigned at birth criteria: HB 2941
Review Club of Aberdeen, 125th anniversary of, recognizing: * HR 4671 (2016)
Rogers-LaVigne, Judy, her service to the legislature, honoring her for: * SR 8734 (2016)
Santorno, Carla, her work as superintendent of Tacoma public schools, recognizing: * HR 4666 (2016)
Seifert, Jaclyn, Miss Auburn outstanding teen 2016: * SR 8727 (2016)
Sexual assault and similar crimes, survivors on higher education campuses, rights: SB 5518
Sexual assault and similar crimes, survivors on higher education campuses, services for: * SSB 5518, CH 92 (2015)
Sexual harassment, including misconduct, school district policy and employee training, modifying provisions: SSB 5517
Sexual harassment, school district policy and employee training, modifying provisions: SB 5517
Sexual violence on higher education campuses, work group concerning, establishing: SB 5518
Sexual violence, campus, task force on preventing, establishing: SB 5719, * SSB 5719, CH 239 (2015)
Shepard, Cyndie, her service to Western Washington University, recognizing her for: * HR 4669 (2016), * SR 8704 (2016)
Sports, Colton High School Wildcats girls' basketball team, honoring: * HR 4616 (2015)
Sports, Mark Morris High School girls' basketball team, honoring: * HR 4626 (2015), * SR 8643 (2015)
Sports, Washington women and girls in, honoring: * SR 8631 (2015)
Tessier, Cherie, advocate for persons with developmental disabilities and special needs, honoring her life and work: * SR 8705 (2016)
Transportation workforce development, apprenticeship programs, recruiting women: * ESB 5863, CH 164 (2015)
University of Washington, medical facility contracting alternative process, women-owned businesses: HB 1693, SHB 1693, ESB 6617
Wages, discrimination based on sex, prohibiting: SB 6651, SB 6655
Wages, equal pay opportunity act: HB 1646, ESHB 1646, SB 5630, SB 6442
Wagner, Meghan, her work as a music educator, recognizing: SR 8713
Warren, Morgan, Miss Auburn 2015: * SR 8682 (2015)
Werden, Cami, Miss Auburn 2016: * SR 8727 (2016)
Wilson, Catherine Diane, for her career as an educator, honoring: * SR 8720 (2016)
Women helping women grant program and account, creating: HB 2713
WORKERS' COMPENSATION  WORKERS' COMPENSATION RSS Feed
               (See also INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE APPEALS, BOARD)
Acupuncture, as approved medical aid treatment: HB 2383
Appeals, attorneys' fees and costs, requirements: HB 1611, SHB 1611
Benefits, calculating, convening benefit accuracy working group: * ESB 5510, CH 178 (2015)
Benefits, for liquor- or drug-caused injuries or diseases, limiting, criteria: HB 1454
Catastrophically injured workers, care for, pilot program concerning: SB 5418, SSB 5418
Claims, self-insurer closure requests, adjudication deadline for: HB 2336
Claims, self-insurer deadline for order allowing or denying, additional time order, and temporary disability benefits: SSB 6602
Claims, self-insurer deadline for order allowing or denying, and additional time order and provisional benefits payment: SB 6602
Criminal offenders, correctional industries or community restitution, supervising agency premiums payment, when: HB 2416, SHB 2416
Death benefits, for surviving spouse of LEOFF or WSPRS member: HB 1194, SB 5246
Digital platform, defining for industrial insurance purposes: SSB 6289
Disabilities, permanent partial, continuing treatment: HB 1613, SHB 1613
Disabilities, permanent, hiring persons with, employer incentives: HB 1496, * SHB 1496, CH 137 (2015), SB 5451, SSB 5451
Disabilities, temporary or permanent total, social security offset, modifying: HB 2441, SHB 2441, SB 5586, SSB 5586
Disabilities, temporary total, terminating payments at maximum medical improvement: HB 2338
Disabilities, temporary total, time limit for payments: HB 2337
East Asian medicine practitioners, as approved medical aid treatment providers: HB 2383
Emergency medical technicians, occupational diseases, prima facie presumptions: HB 1602
Emergency medical technicians, occupationally related diseases list for, expanding: HB 2806, SB 6520
Employer fines and civil penalties, appeals of L&I orders or decisions imposing: SB 5507, SSB 5507
Fire investigators, public employee, occupational diseases, prima facie presumptions: HB 1603
Fire investigators, public employee, occupationally related diseases list for, expanding: HB 2806, SB 6520
Firefighters, mandatory hazardous exposures reporting: HB 2805, SHB 2805
Firefighters, occupational disease, including cancers, expanding list: HB 2806, SB 6520
Firefighters, occupational disease, mandatory exposure reporting requirement: HB 1604, * SHB 1604, CH 139 (2015)
For hire vehicles, persons owning or leasing, industrial insurance provisions: HB 1821, SB 5710
Industrial insurance coverage, joint legislative task force on industrial insurance privatization, establishing: SB 6579
Industrial insurance coverage, private competition for: HB 1156, SB 5420
Injuries, worker reporting of, requirements: HB 1253, SB 5576
Limousine operators owning or leasing vehicle, industrial insurance provisions: HB 1821, SB 5710
Maintaining, repairing, and gardening, certain persons hired via digital platform for, entity administering platform not "employer" for industrial insurance: SSB 6289
Medical aid, joint legislative task force on injured workers' independent medical exams, establishing: SB 6597
Medical aid, state agency prescription drug purchasing and reimbursement guidelines, adopting: SB 6593
Medical examinations and consultations, employer and group scheduling authority, when: SB 5512
Occupational disease claims, when valid and compensable, criteria: SB 5509, SSB 5509
Ombuds for employers interacting with L&I, creating: SB 6081, SSB 6081
Remuneration, agricultural farming operations services performed by individual for, not constituting employment, when: SSB 5983
Remuneration, services performed by individual for, not constituting employment, when: SB 5983
Return to work, provisions, studying: SB 5516
Self-insurance, authorizing group plans: SB 5331
Self-insured employer program, certain expenses, use of nonappropriated funds: HB 1395, * SB 5468, CH 177 (2015)
Self-insurers, deadline for order allowing or denying claim, additional time order, and provisional benefits payment by: SB 6602
Self-insurers, deadline for order allowing or denying claim, additional time order, and temporary disability benefits: SSB 6602
Self-insurers, delay or refusal to pay benefits, modifying penalty: HB 1611, SHB 1611, HB 1612
Servants, domestic, coverage exemption when hired via digital platform: HB 2922, SB 6289
Servants, domestic, hired via digital platform, entity administering platform not "employer" for industrial insurance: SSB 6289
Stay-at-work program, certain expenses, use of nonappropriated funds: HB 1395, * SB 5468, CH 177 (2015)
Structured settlements, lowering age barriers: ESB 5513
Structured settlements, lowering age requirement for: HB 1778
Students, unpaid, in work-based learning programs, medical aid benefits coverage: * ESSB 6293, CH 62 (2016)
Taxicab operators owning or leasing vehicle, industrial insurance provisions: HB 1821, SB 5710
Third-party recovery, reimbursement of L&I from, when: SB 5508
Vocational rehabilitation assessments, employer and group scheduling authority, when: SB 5512
Vocational rehabilitation, subcommittee recommendations, making permanent: HB 1496, * SHB 1496, CH 137 (2015), SB 5451, SSB 5451
Voluntary settlement agreements, parties to an allowed claim, including study: SB 5516
Volunteers, private school and higher education students, medical aid benefits coverage, when: SB 6293, * ESSB 6293, CH 62 (2016)
Worker, definition of, adding certain exclusions from, when: ESB 6321
WORKFIRST PROGRAM  (See PUBLIC ASSISTANCE)
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Career and college-ready lighthouse pilot project and advisory committee, establishing, board role: HB 2948, SHB 2948
Health care workforce, shortages, board to assess: SSB 6485
Teachers, certification, alternative route programs awareness campaign, board role: HB 2382, SHB 2382, HB 2881
Teachers, recruitment into preparation programs and alternate route certification programs, board role: SHB 2573, E2SHB 2573
Teachers, recruitment into preparation programs, board role: * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Workforce training and education, state comprehensive plan, seeking approval of: HCR 4415
WRESTLING  (See SPORTS)