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WAGES AND HOURS  WAGES AND HOURS RSS Feed
               (See also COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES; EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE; PUBLIC WORKS; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS)
Correctional industries work programs, offender workers' wage deductions: * EHB 1248, CH 81 (2017)
Health care facilities, meal and rest breaks and overtime, certain employees: HB 1715
Hours and scheduling, local regulation of, unionized and nonunionized employees: HB 1143
Independent contractor, defining, for minimum wage act purposes: HB 1300, SHB 1300, SB 5527
Labor hours, apprentice utilization percentage, certain public works contracts: HB 1849, SB 5576
Liens, wage liens for wage claims on property, comprehensive provisions: HB 1486, SHB 1486
Long-term care providers, hours paid by DSHS for, extending current limit: * SB 5976, CH 24 (2017)
Overtime, excluding marijuana production and products from exemption: SHB 1692
Railroad employees, yardmaster working hours: HB 1670, SB 5845
Retaliation and discrimination against employees, protections: HB 1301, EHB 1506, SHB 1506, SB 5528
Wage laws, compliance with, as public works responsible bidder criterion: HB 1936, SB 5301, * SSB 5301, CH 258 (2017)
Wage or salary history, prospective employee's, restricting employer inquiries: HB 1533, SB 5555
Wage theft by employer, damages in civil action for: SB 5249
Wage violations, unlawful withholding of rebating, damages: HB 1302
Wages, agricultural labor, break time/rest period remedial compensation, when: ESB 5720
Wages, back pay, for labor lockout, unemployment compensation repayment: HB 1942, SB 5773
Wages, employees in youth internship pilot program: HB 2275
Wages, equal pay for men and women: HB 1447, SB 5344
Wages, equal pay for men and women, legislative intent: SB 5836
Wages, equal pay opportunity act: SB 5140
Wages, home care services, individual providers, overtime compensation: HB 1836
Wages, minimum wage act, amending: HB 1301, SB 5528
Wages, minimum wage, establishing for urban, nonurban, and standard areas: HB 2065
Wages, minimum wage, for adults employed by nonprofit employer: SB 5532
Wages, minimum wage, for adults in counties under certain population threshold: SB 5530
Wages, minimum wage, I-1433 increase, reducing: HB 1724, SB 5541
Wages, minimum wage, reduced rate for youth workers: HB 1724, SB 5541
Wages, payment of, state occupation and preemption of field of: HB 2065
Wages, production-based safe harbor compensation for agricultural labor: HB 2049
WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATIVE CODE  WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; CODE REVISER)
Authentication and preservation, as legal material in official electronic records: * SB 5039, CH 106 (2017)
Rule making, APA adoption, WAC codification, legislative ratification or excellence assessment: SSB 5616
Rule making, requiring APA adoption, WAC codification, and legislative ratification: HB 1658, SB 5616
Rule making, via APA adoption, WAC codification, and legislative ratification, when: HB 1455, SB 5617
Rules, policies, and laws, state, municipality self-designated sanctuary from: HB 2178
WASHINGTON COLLEGE SAVINGS PLAN  (See ADVANCED COLLEGE TUITION PAYMENT (GET) PROGRAM)
WASHINGTON GENERALS, ASSOCIATION OF  (See LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR; STATE GOVERNMENT)
WASHINGTON INFORMATION NETWORK 211  WASHINGTON INFORMATION NETWORK 211 RSS Feed
               (See also 211 INFORMATION SYSTEM)
DSHS, contracting with WIN 211 for 211 operational support, WTAP funds for: HB 2039
WASHINGTON STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY  (See HISTORICAL SOCIETIES)
WASHINGTON STATE PATROL RETIREMENT SYSTEM (WSPRS)  (See RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
WASHINGTON STATE REGISTER  (See ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; CODE REVISER; WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATIVE CODE)
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY  (See COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES)
WASTEWATER  (See WATER POLLUTION)
WATER  WATER RSS Feed
               (See also WATER POLLUTION; WATER RIGHTS)
Bottled water, sales and use tax exemptions, eliminating, exceptions: HB 1549, * EHB 2163, CH 28 (2017), HB 2186, SHB 2186, SB 5112, SB 5929
Droughts, water and landscaping, homeowner and condominium association rules: HB 1172, SHB 1172
Educational facilities, lead in drinking water systems/outlets, preventing: HB 1842, HB 1925
Greywater, reuse in buildings, when: HB 1213, SHB 1213
Infrastructure projects, funding from new water infrastructure account: SB 5930
Irrigation districts, administrative provisions, various: * SB 5331, CH 321 (2017)
Irrigation districts, as municipal suppliers, identifying rights for municipal uses: HB 1084, SB 5005
Irrigation districts, authority of, various provisions: * HB 1578 (2017) V, * SB 5261, CH 63 (2017)
Irrigation, as beneficial use, priority over base or minimum flows: HB 1348
Potable water, adequate supply evidence with building permit application: HB 1918, HB 2226, HB 2239, HB 2248
Potable water, as beneficial use, priority over base or minimum flows: HB 1348
Potable water, ensuring public supply of, importance of certain rules, when: HB 2248
Potable water, ensuring public supply of, using certain rules as guide, when: HB 1885, HB 2239, SB 5239, SSB 5239, 2E2SSB 5239
Potable water, Hirst decision on private wells for residential developments: HB 2239, HB 2248, 2E2SSB 5239
Public water systems, fluoridation, concentration limit for: HB 1244
Public water systems, lead-containing drinking water service lines, replacing: HB 1805, SB 5745, SSB 5745
Reclaimed water, reuse of greywater in buildings, when: HB 1213, SHB 1213
School facilities, lead in drinking water and fixtures, testing for: SB 5745, SSB 5745
Water-sewer districts, water storage asset management services, procurement: HB 1187, * SB 5119, CH 314 (2017)
Wells, certain, additional fee when constructed: 2E2SSB 5239
Wells, permit-exempt well withdrawal mitigation committee, creating: SB 5024
Wells, permit-exempt, groundwater withdrawals, county mitigation programs: HB 1918
Wells, permit-exempt, report as potable water supply evidence, when: HB 2239, HB 2248
Wells, permit-exempt, supporting affordable housing via rural development: HB 1748
Wells, permit-exempt, watershed-based domestic exempt well mitigation: HB 1885
Wells, permit-exempt, withdrawal impact on flows, deeming fully mitigated, when: HB 1349
WATER POLLUTION  WATER POLLUTION RSS Feed
               (See also COMMERCIAL VESSELS AND SHIPPING; HAZARDOUS WASTE; OIL AND GAS; POLLUTION LIABILITY INSURANCE AGENCY)
Car wash facilities, sales and use tax exemptions to encourage: HB 1856
Clean water climate program account, creating: HB 1646, HB 2230, SB 5509
Drinking water, lead in school systems/outlets, action plans, testing, and response: HB 1842, HB 1925
Facilities, pollution control, water-sewer district acquisition, lease, or sale of: HB 1187, * SB 5119, CH 314 (2017)
Infrastructure projects, funding from new water infrastructure account: SB 5930
Lead, drinking water service lines containing, replacing: HB 1805, SB 5745, SSB 5745
Lead, in school drinking water and fixtures, testing for: SB 5745, SSB 5745
Mineral prospecting, motorized, pollutant discharge elimination general permit: HB 1106
Pavement sealant, asphalt, in coal tar pollution statutes: SB 5814
Pollutant discharge elimination permits, treating nonagency individuals equitably: HB 2140, HB 2141
Sewage systems, on-site, county reliance on self-inspection for protecting water: HB 1503, * ESHB 1503, CH 105 (2017)
Stormwater projects, and hazardous substance tax revenues, report concerning: SHB 2182
Tribal water protection fund, depositing certain oil spill response tax receipts into: HB 1868
Wastewater, from food/forest product processing, capacity to treat, when: HB 2133
Wastewater, treatment plant operator certification account, creating: HB 1267, * SB 5162, CH 35 (2017)
WATER QUALITY  (See ECOLOGY, DEPARTMENT; SEWAGE AND SEWERS; WATER; WATER POLLUTION; WATER-SEWER DISTRICTS)
WATER RECREATION FACILITIES  (See BUSINESSES)
WATER RIGHTS  WATER RIGHTS RSS Feed
               (See also WATER)
Actions to protect rights, senior and junior rights and wells: HB 2226
Banking, rights transfer to trust water program, county mitigation programs: HB 1918, SB 5024
Banks, county-owned, rights permanently available for mitigation: SB 5002
Columbia river water right permits, application processing, legislative intent: HB 1394, SB 5269
Flows, base or minimum, beneficial uses to have priority over: HB 1348
Flows, instream or base, cumulative de minimis impacts on, deeming fully mitigated: HB 1349
Flows, instream or base, permit-exempt withdrawal nonimpairment presumption: HB 1382, SB 5239
Flows, instream, Columbia river water right permits, application processing: HB 1394, SB 5269
Flows, instream, permit-exempt withdrawals mitigation program, creating: HB 2226
Flows, instream, seasonal right transfer to trust, nonimpairment presumption, when: SB 5794
Flows, minimum instream, approving water uses that impair, requirements: SB 5003
Flows, minimum instream, mitigating impacts to fish or aquatic resources, when: HB 1885
Flows, minimum instream, watershed-based domestic exempt well mitigation: HB 1885
Ground and surface water, joint legislative task force on water supply, establishing: HB 2248
Groundwater withdrawals, Hirst decision on private wells for residential developments: HB 2239, HB 2248, 2E2SSB 5239
Groundwater withdrawals, joint legislative task force on water supply, establishing: HB 2239
Groundwater withdrawals, permit-exempt, county mitigation programs: HB 1918, SB 5024
Groundwater withdrawals, permit-exempt, importance of certain rules, when: HB 2248
Groundwater withdrawals, permit-exempt, mitigation program, creating: HB 2226
Groundwater withdrawals, permit-exempt, using certain rules as guide: HB 1885, HB 2239, 2E2SSB 5239
Groundwater withdrawals, permit-exempt, water recharging via land use changes: HB 1459, SHB 1459, SB 5789, SSB 5789
Irrigation or agricultural uses, not subject to relinquishment, when: SB 5010
Municipal water supply, identifying irrigation suppliers' rights for municipal uses: HB 1084, SB 5005
Permits, mitigation of impacts to fish or aquatic habitat, when: 2E2SSB 5239
Permits, mitigation of impacts to fish or aquatic resources, when: HB 1885, SSB 5239
Priorities, beneficial use for irrigation, etc., priority over base or minimum flows: HB 1348
Relinquishment, abandonment or nonuse lack of proof, beneficial use presumption: HB 1460
Relinquishment, trust water rights acquired through, beneficial uses of: HB 1460
Rulings, concerning water, real property impacted by, revaluation of: HB 2195
Transfer, annual consumptive water use data in support of, requirements: HB 1460
Use, annual consumptive water use data, disclosure exemption: HB 1460
WATER-SEWER DISTRICTS  WATER-SEWER DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               
Pollution control facilities, district acquisition, lease, or sale of: HB 1187, * SB 5119, CH 314 (2017)
Real property, sale requirements and procedures, modifying: HB 1187
Warrants for payment of obligations, board issuance of own: HB 1187, * SB 5119, CH 314 (2017)
Water storage asset management services, district authority to contract for: HB 1187, * SB 5119, CH 314 (2017)
WATERS OF THE STATE  (See MARINE WATERS, STATE; OCEAN WATERS AND RESOURCES; PUBLIC LANDS; RIVERS AND STREAMS; WATER RIGHTS)
WEAPONS  (See FIREARMS)
WEEDS  WEEDS RSS Feed
               
Noxious, on state lands, lien for unpaid county board control action costs: SB 5754
WEIGHMASTERS  (See AGRICULTURE; PROFESSIONS)
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES  (See AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT)
WELLS  (See WATER)
WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY  (See COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES)
WHALES  (See WILDLIFE)
WILDLIFE  WILDLIFE RSS Feed
               (See also HUNTING)
Beavers, release of wild, modifying release area west of Cascade crest: HB 1257, * SHB 1257, CH 82 (2017)
Damage due to wildlife, claim process, review of: HB 1726, SB 5078
Damage due to wildlife, compensation, public access requirement for, prohibiting: HB 1192
Deer, agricultural crops damage by, compensation for: HB 1399, SHB 1399
Elk, agricultural crops damage by, compensation for: HB 1399, SHB 1399
Elk, Colockum herd, active management pilot project: HB 1353, * SHB 1353, CH 244 (2017)
Elk, hoof disease, strategies for controlling: HB 1848, SB 5474, SSB 5474, * 2SSB 5474, CH 159 (2017)
Elk-vehicle collision on highway, reimbursement of emergency response agency: HB 1726, SB 5078
Fish and wildlife advisory commission, advisory role of: SB 5718
New location, placing wildlife in, notice and hearing: HB 2276
State wildlife account, moneys in, deposit and use: HB 1597, * ESHB 1597, CH 8 (2017), HB 1647
Whales, orca, unmanned aerial systems approaching: HB 1031
Wolf-dog hybrids, dangerous feral, removal: HB 2247
Wolves, gray, partial removal from endangered, threatened, or sensitive lists, when: HB 1872
Wolves, predation by, certain prevention information, disclosure exemption: HB 1465, * ESHB 1465, CH 246 (2017)
Wolves, predation by, NE Washington wolf-cattle management grant, creating: HB 2126
Wolves, predation by, NE Washington wolf-livestock management grant, creating: * ESHB 2126, CH 257 (2017)
Wolves, predation by, northeast Washington wolf-cattle management grant, creating: HB 2125
WINE AND WINERIES  (See ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES)
WINE COMMISSION  (See AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT)
WOMEN  WOMEN RSS Feed
               (See also ABORTION)
19th amendment to U.S. constitution, centennial of, preparing to commemorate: HB 2007, SB 5780
Birth control, contraceptive drugs, health plan coverage for twelve-month supply: HB 1234, * SHB 1234, CH 293 (2017), SB 5554, SSB 5554
Birth control/reproductive health care coverage, employee reproductive choice act: SB 5760
Breast density, mammographic, communication to patients: SB 5084, SSB 5084
Breast reconstruction and prostheses, insurance coverage for cancer patients: HB 2043, SB 5481, * SSB 5481, CH 91 (2017)
Bryant, El Wanda, senate page program supervisor, recognizing: * SR 8662 (2017)
Bull, Gina Grant, house page program supervisor and legislative assistant, honoring: * HR 4616 (2017), * SR 8623 (2017)
Businesses, women-owned, U of W medical facility alternative contracting: HB 1861, * SB 5631, CH 124 (2017)
Camas High School girls' soccer team, honoring: * HR 4608 (2017)
Contraception, health plan coverage for: SB 5760
Contraceptive drugs, health plan reimbursement for twelve-month-supply refills: HB 1234, * SHB 1234, CH 293 (2017), SB 5554, SSB 5554
Cook, Amy, dentist, and "take 5 program," honoring and recognizing: * SR 8639 (2017)
Depression, maternal depression screening, through medicaid: SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017)
Dressel, Melanie J., Columbia bank CEO, honoring the life and career of: * SR 8635 (2017)
Dressel, Melanie, Columbia bank CEO, honoring the life and accomplishments of: * HR 4624 (2017)
Employment, equal opportunities for men and women: EHB 1506, SHB 1506
Females, dually involved in child welfare and juvenile justice systems, studying: SB 5831
Feminine hygiene products, free of cost in school restrooms for female students: SB 5802
Feminine hygiene products, purchases by assistance recipients, tax exemptions: HB 1880
Feminine hygiene products, sales and use tax exemptions for: HB 1265, HB 1880, SB 5093, SB 5150
Feminine hygiene products, sales and use tax on, using revenues to help women: SB 5092
First ladies, honoring on Presidents' day: * HR 4618 (2017)
History consortium, women's, role in commemorating national women's suffrage: HB 2007, SB 5780
Housing assistance, after release from women's corrections center: SB 5077, * SSB 5077, CH 214 (2017)
International women's day, honoring women on: * HR 4623 (2017), * SR 8628 (2017)
Kentridge High School Chargers girls' basketball team, honoring: * HR 4629 (2017)
Mammography, insurance coverage to include digital breast tomosynthesis, when: SB 5912
Mother-newborn contact, newborn delivery services, medicaid requirements: HB 1474, SB 5299, SB 5835, * SSB 5835, CH 294 (2017)
Mothers, vulnerable, WestSide Baby and its contributions to, recognizing: * SR 8647 (2017)
Pierce, Donna, founder of WestSide Baby, honoring: * SR 8647 (2017)
Pregnancy and childbirth, doula or midwifery services for incarcerated women: SHB 2016
Pregnancy and childbirth, doula services for incarcerated women: HB 1704, HB 2016
Pregnancy disability and parental leave, state shared leave program to include: HB 1434, SHB 1434, SB 5295
Pregnancy, healthy pregnancy advisory committee, establishing: HB 1474, ESHB 1796, SB 5299, SB 5835, * SSB 5835, CH 294 (2017)
Pregnancy, medicaid oral health connections pilot program: SB 5540, SSB 5540, 2SSB 5540
Pregnancy, state parental leave sharing program creating: SB 5479
Pregnancy, state shared leave to include maternity/paternity leave: SB 5479
Pregnancy, workplace accommodations for childbirth and, when: HB 1448, SB 5299, SB 5531
Pregnancy, workplace accommodations for, when: HB 1796, ESHB 1796
Pregnant women assistance program, remote seller sales tax to fund: SB 5856
Rape, pregnant survivor, court aid to avoid parenting interactions with rapist: HB 1543, SB 5321
Rohrkemper, Amanda, attorney, code reviser's office, honoring and remembering: * SR 8624 (2017)
Sexual assault, pregnant victim, parental rights and child support court process: * SHB 1543, CH 234 (2017)
Sexual assault, pregnant victim, parenting plans and consent for adoption: * SHB 1543, CH 234 (2017)
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)
Sheill, Zoe, volunteer for the homeless, honoring: * SR 8653 (2017)
Sommers, Helen, former representative, naming "1063 Building" after: HCR 4400, SCR 8403
Southwick, Kathleen, Crisis Clinic executive director, honoring: * SR 8636 (2017)
U of W, medical facility alternative contracting, women-owned businesses: HB 1652
Voting, national women's suffrage, commemoration of centennial of, preparing for: HB 2007, SB 5780
Wages, equal pay for men and women: HB 1447, EHB 1506, SHB 1506, SB 5344
Wages, equal pay for men and women, legislative intent: SB 5836
Wages, equal pay opportunity act: SB 5140
Walser, Donnetta, former Monroe mayor, honoring and remembering: * SR 8640 (2017)
Western Washington University women's soccer team, honoring: * SR 8657 (2017)
Wibbels, Sandra G., committee assistant, senate committee services, honoring the life of: * SR 8625 (2017)
Women helping women grant program and account, creating: SB 5092
WOMEN'S HISTORY CONSORTIUM  (See HISTORICAL SOCIETIES)
WORKER TRAINING AND WORKFORCE NEEDS  WORKER TRAINING AND WORKFORCE NEEDS RSS Feed
               
Aerospace tax preferences, requiring job retention for, requirements: HB 2145, HB 2146
Bilingual teachers and counselors, need for, bilingual educator initiative to meet: SB 5712, SSB 5712
Customized employment training program, repealing expiration of: HB 1130, * SHB 1130, CH 21 (2017), SB 5381, SSB 5381
Cybersecurity and information technology, state agency needs, attracting students: HB 1697
Masonry trades, workforce needs, addressing through cross-training : HB 2130
Opportunities, educational/employment, association of Washington generals role: HB 1984, SHB 1984, SB 5746
Rural communities, food and forest products infrastructure jobs, creating: HB 2133
Rural county high employer demand jobs program, establishing: HB 2177
Skilled worker awareness programs, coordinating: * SSB 5713, CH 225 (2017)
Skilled worker outreach, recruitment, and career awareness grant program, creating: * SSB 5713, CH 225 (2017)
Skilled worker outreach, recruitment, and key training program, creating, DOC role: HB 1949, SB 5713
STEM fields, increasing higher education enrollments to meet workforce needs: SB 5902
Veterans, military recruitment program, developing: * SB 5849, CH 192 (2017)
Worker readjustment account, depositing certain aerospace tax revenues into: HB 2146
Worker readjustment program, creating, employment security department role: HB 2146
Workforce education needs for agriculture, natural resources, and environment: HB 1404, SHB 1404, SB 5285, SSB 5285
Workforce education needs for agriculture, natural resources, outdoor recreation, and environment: * 2SSB 5285, CH 182 (2017)
Workforce investment act, updating obsolete references to: HB 1363, * SB 5237, CH 39 (2017)
Workforce needs and skilled worker programs, assessing and coordinating: HB 1949, SB 5713
Workforce training and education, 2016 state comprehensive plan, approving: HCR 4402, * SCR 8401 (2017)
Workforce training and education, state plan for, early learning provider training in: HB 1758, SHB 1758
WORKERS OF INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE SELF-INSURED EMPLOYERS, OFFICE OF OMBUDS FOR  WORKERS OF INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE SELF-INSURED EMPLOYERS, OFFICE OF OMBUDS FOR RSS Feed
               
Functions and duties of office, performance by new state ombuds office: SB 5978
WORKERS' COMPENSATION  WORKERS' COMPENSATION RSS Feed
               (See also INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE APPEALS, BOARD; LABOR AND INDUSTRIES, DEPARTMENT)
Benefits, for liquor- or drug-caused injuries or diseases, limiting, criteria: HB 1228
Claims, self-insurer deadline for allowing or denying: HB 1729, SB 5822
Criminal offenders, premiums, correctional industries or community restitution: HB 1227
Fire investigators, public employee, occupational disease presumptions: SB 5477
Firefighters, public employee, occupational disease presumptions: HB 1655, SB 5477
Firefighters, public employee, occupational diseases, mental conditions as: SHB 1655
Hanford nuclear site, former employees, occupational disease presumption, when: HB 1723, SHB 1723, SB 5940
Industrial insurance, defining "independent contractor" for purposes of: HB 1300, SHB 1300, SB 5527
Industrial insurance, defining "truck" for purposes of: HB 1780, SB 5565, SSB 5565
Industrial insurance, exemption for truck owner-operator motor carrier, when: HB 1780, SB 5565, SSB 5565
Industrial insurance, franchisor non-employer status for purposes of: HB 1881
Industrial insurance, telework, premium reduction for: SB 6016
Industrial insurance, youth interns in pilot program: HB 2275
Interpreters and language translators, worker's compensation exclusion, when: HB 1386, SB 5233, SSB 5233
Law enforcement officers, occupational disease presumptions: HB 1655, SB 5477
Law enforcement officers, occupational diseases, mental conditions as: SHB 1655
Occupational disease or infection claims, deadline for: HB 1729, SB 5822
Occupational diseases, and proximate causes of, defining: HB 1729, SB 5822
Occupational diseases, mental conditions and disabilities as, when: SHB 1655
Occupational diseases, presumption of, various medical conditions: HB 1655, HB 1723, SHB 1723, SB 5477, SB 5940
Ombuds for employers interacting with L&I, creating: SB 5719, SSB 5719
Recovery of damages, third-party, L&I notice to state fund employer concerning: HB 1755, * SHB 1755, CH 145 (2017), SB 5670, SSB 5670
Recovery of damages, third-party, L&I or self-insurer reimbursement from: HB 1729, SB 5822
Self-insurers, claim order deadline, additional time order, and disability benefits: HB 1729, SB 5822
Structured settlements, age requirement for, lowering: HB 1729, SB 5822
Telemedicine for catastrophically injured workers, provider reimbursement for: SB 5355
WORKFORCE TRAINING AND EDUCATION COORDINATING BOARD  WORKFORCE TRAINING AND EDUCATION COORDINATING BOARD RSS Feed
               (See also VOCATIONAL EDUCATION)
Health workforce council, data for children's mental health clinicians, analyzing: HB 1713, SHB 1713, SB 5763, SSB 5763
Skilled worker awareness programs, coordinating, board role: * SSB 5713, CH 225 (2017)
Work-integrated learning advisory committee, board to convene: HB 1600, ESHB 1600
Work-integrated learning experiences, project programs, evaluating, board role: HB 1600, ESHB 1600
Workforce for agriculture, natural resources, and environment, board to assess: HB 1404, SHB 1404, SB 5285, SSB 5285
Workforce for agriculture, natural resources, outdoor recreation, and environment, board to assess: * 2SSB 5285, CH 182 (2017)
Workforce needs and skilled worker programs, board role: HB 1949, SB 5713
Workforce training and education, state plan for, early learning provider training in: HB 1758, SHB 1758