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Bills that have passed the Legislature are shown in bold text with an * preceding them.

CAPITAL PROJECTS ADVISORY REVIEW BOARD  CAPITAL PROJECTS ADVISORY REVIEW BOARD RSS Feed
               
Contracting processes, local government public works, studying: * ESSB 5418, CH 434 (2019) PV
CAPITOL CAMPUS, STATE  CAPITOL CAMPUS, STATE RSS Feed
               (See also BUILDINGS, STATE)
Boyer, David, quality assurance manager, buildings and grounds, congratulating: * SR 8669 (2020)
Firearms/other weapons, on-campus possession or control of, prohibiting: HB 2925, SB 6686
Legislative building, skylights/ceilings in house/senate chambers, restoring: SB 6691
Legislative buildings, display of art and exhibits in, program for: SB 5869
Legislative gift center, craft distillery and microbrewery product sales: SB 5059, SSB 5059
Legislative gift center, microbrewery product sales: 2SSB 5059
Marcus Whitman statues, in state and U.S. capitols, replacing: SB 5237
Snow storm in February, department of enterprise services' work during: * SR 8624 (2019)
CASELOAD FORECAST COUNCIL  CASELOAD FORECAST COUNCIL RSS Feed
               
Dependency and termination petitions, caseload forecasting by council of: HB 2083, SB 5942
Developmental disabilities, foster youth with, medicaid waiver services-eligible: HB 2591
Developmental disabilities, persons with, eligible/requesting service, presenting: * ESSB 6040, CH 352 (2020)
Developmental disabilities, persons with, forecasting certain waivers: HB 2591, SB 6040, SB 6658
Developmental disability services, forecasting as entitlements: HB 2738, SB 6056
Promise program and state need grant, eligible students, forecasting: HB 1123
Washington college grant program, caseload of, estimating: HB 2158, SHB 2158, * E2SHB 2158, CH 406 (2019)
Workforce education investment account, appropriations from: * E2SHB 2158, CH 406 (2019)
CENSUS  CENSUS RSS Feed
               
Census taker, impersonating a, crime of, gross misdemeanor: HB 2527, * SHB 2527, CH 34 (2020)
Interfering with census operation or discouraging participation, as unfair practices: * SHB 2527, CH 34 (2020)
Mailings, seemingly official census communication when not, as deceptive practice: * SHB 2527, CH 34 (2020)
Washington census bill of rights and responsibilities, affirming rights via: HB 2527, * SHB 2527, CH 34 (2020)
CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, OFFICE OF THE STATE  CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, OFFICE OF THE STATE RSS Feed
               
Automated decision systems, state agencies, officer review and inventory of: SHB 1655
Chief privacy officer, as a statewide elected official: HB 2366, SHB 2366
Chief privacy officer, duties related to automated decision systems: HB 1655, SHB 1655, SB 5527
Chief privacy officer, duties related to personal data: HB 1503, SHB 1503, E2SHB 1503, HB 2366, SHB 2366, SSB 5377
Cloud computing solutions and migration, state agencies, office role: SB 5662, SSB 5662, E2SSB 5662
Data systems/state agencies, payment credentials stored on, office role: HB 1840
Information technology, modular contracting for procurement, office role: HB 1844
Privacy and data protection, office of, personal data opt-out technology, monitoring: SSB 6281, 2SSB 6281
Privacy and data protection, office of, personal data opt-out technology, studying: HB 2742, SB 6281
Privacy and data protection, office of, role: HB 1854, 2SHB 1854, HB 2365, SHB 2365, HB 2400, SHB 2400, HB 2742, SHB 2742, SB 5376, SSB 5376, 2SSB 5376, SB 5377, SSB 5377, SB 6281, SSB 6281, 2SSB 6281
Privacy and data protection, office of, state agency privacy review/survey: HB 2400, SHB 2400
CHILD CARE  CHILD CARE RSS Feed
               (See also FOSTER CARE)
Affordability and accessibility of child care, work group on, convening: SB 5535
Centers, fire hazards inspection, by local fire authority or fire protection director: SSB 6482
Centers, new professional development requirements, delaying enforcement: * HB 1866 (2019) V
Centers, new professional development requirements, prohibition: HB 1867
Certificates of parental improvement, role in licensing: SHB 1645, * 2SHB 1645, CH 270 (2020), SSB 5533, 2SSB 5533, 3SSB 5533, 4SSB 5533
Child care centers and homes, early achievers program to be voluntary: HB 2813
Child care centers and homes, early learning provider demonstrated competence: SB 6297, SSB 6297
Child care operations, full licenses, transfer with transfer of ownership: * HB 2619, CH 343 (2020) PV
Child care provider shared services hub, contracting for: SB 6253, SSB 6253
Child care resource and referral network, statewide, consultation with: * SB 6507, CH 262 (2020)
Child care workforce commission, establishing: HB 2814
Child care workforce, best practice standards for: HB 2814
Clients receiving DCYF services, outcomes for, reporting/recommendations: * SB 6507, CH 262 (2020)
Community and technical college students, child care access: HB 1303, SHB 1303, * 2SHB 1303, CH 97 (2019), SB 5341, SSB 5341
Cost of child care regulations, work group to study: HB 1392, SHB 1392, HB 2556
Dependent care assistance program, state agency pilot program: HB 1145, SHB 1145
Diverse backgrounds, children from, outcomes for, reporting/recommendations: * SB 6507, CH 262 (2020)
Early achievers program, improvements to: HB 1391, SHB 1391, * E2SHB 1391, CH 369 (2019) PV, HB 2661, SHB 2661, SB 5484, SSB 5484, 2SSB 5484
Early achievers program, joint select committee on, recommendations: HB 1391, SHB 1391, * E2SHB 1391, CH 369 (2019) PV, SB 5484, SSB 5484, 2SSB 5484
Early achievers program, mental health consultants and coaching services for: * 2SSB 5903, CH 360 (2019)
Early achievers program, participation to be voluntary: HB 2813
Early achievers program, provider rating: SB 6483, * SSB 6483, CH 321 (2020)
Employer-supported child care, technical assistance for: HB 2661, SHB 2661
Firearms, possession on center premises, prohibitions: HB 1530, SB 5434, * ESSB 5434, CH 189 (2020)
Health benefit exchange, coverage via, outreach to day care providers: SHB 2661
Illness, child too sick for child care, shared leave for employee: HB 1145, SHB 1145
Immunization, limited informed consent exemption: HB 2626
Immunization, of children, proof of immunity: HB 1019, * EHB 1638, CH 362 (2019) PV, SB 5365
Infant and toddler child care, provider rate enhancement for: HB 2661, SHB 2661
License, dual, combined foster care and child care license, pilot project: * HB 2619, CH 343 (2020) PV
Licensing, of facilities, internal review, to include foster family homes: HB 2790
Licensing, of facilities, standards/background checks/inspection reports for: SB 6482, SSB 6482
Military families' access to child care and early learning supports program: HB 1144
New child care sites, additional funding through fair start for kids act: HB 2661, SHB 2661
Political campaigns, child care as campaign-related expense, when: HB 2540
Providers, career and wage ladder for, education legacy trust account funds for: SB 6581
Providers, career and wage ladder for, provisions: SSB 6253
Providers, centers/homes, early learning provider demonstrated competence: SB 6297, SSB 6297
Providers, child day care centers, minimum provider subsidy rates: HB 2661, SHB 2661
Providers, family day care, career and wage ladder for: SSB 6253
Providers, family day care, comparable subsidy and private rates: * HB 2619, CH 343 (2020) PV
Providers, family day care, minimum provider subsidy rates: HB 2661, SHB 2661
Providers, family day care, not code/licensing compliant, city to notify DCYF: SB 6237, SSB 6237
Providers, licensed child care, co