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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