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               (See also FOSTER CARE; HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY; LONG-TERM CARE)
Child welfare housing assistance pilot program and stakeholder group, establishing: * 2SSB 5718, CH 328 (2019)
Child welfare housing assistance program and stakeholder group, establishing: HB 1749, SB 5718, SSB 5718
Child welfare services, casework supervision if child returned home: SB 6525
Child welfare services, family connections program, implementing: HB 2525, SHB 2525, SB 6422, SSB 6422
Child welfare services, independent living services, DCYF report on: HB 2580
Child welfare services, out-of-home care placement, transportation for: HB 2583, SHB 2583
Child welfare, homelessness defined for: HB 2388, SHB 2388, SB 6472, SSB 6472
Disabilities, multiple, services for children with, repealing Ch. 74.26: HB 2599, SB 6362, SSB 6362
Family planning program, persons over 19 not eligible for Take Charge program: HB 1612, SB 5602, SSB 5602
Food assistance, "food stamps," replacing with "food benefits" or federal name: SB 6599
Food assistance, basic food and training program, access to, when: SB 6625
Food assistance, basic food work requirements, postsecondary programs for: HB 1893, SHB 1893, * 2SHB 1893, CH 407 (2019)
Food assistance, basic food, employers with the most employees receiving: SB 6310
Food assistance, benefits, crimes involving selling/using/presenting: HB 2709
Food assistance, SNAP program, benefits for COFA migrants, requesting that congress restore: SJM 8017, SSJM 8017
Food assistance, SNAP program, EBT card use in beer/wine specialty store: HB 2830, SB 6136
Food assistance, SNAP program, EBT card use on postsecondary campuses: HB 1893, SHB 1893, * 2SHB 1893, CH 407 (2019)
Food assistance, SNAP program, postsecondary student eligibility: HB 1893, SHB 1893, * 2SHB 1893, CH 407 (2019)
Food assistance, SNAP program, unauthorized benefits, criminal penalties: SB 5531
Health coverage, for medicaid-ineligible low-income young adults: HB 1697, SB 5814
Health services, physical/behavioral, state-funded via intermediaries, rates review: HB 2944
Host homes, for youth, funding restrictions, removing: SB 6623
Human trafficking, noncitizen victims and family members, public assistance: HB 1971, HB 2573, SHB 2573, SB 5164, SSB 5164, 2SSB 5164
Imprisonment, unlawful, noncitizen victims/family members, public assistance: 2SSB 5164
Interpreter services, for sensory-impaired public assistance applicants: * SB 5558, CH 152 (2019)
Kidnapping, noncitizen victims/family members, public assistance: 2SSB 5164
Medicaid, access to baby and child dentistry, children with disabilities: SB 5976, SSB 5976
Medicaid, access to baby and child dentistry, outreach/involvement: HB 2905
Medicaid, ambulance transport providers, additional payments to: HB 1553, HB 2846, SB 5517, SB 6534, SSB 6534
Medicaid, apple health for kids, access to: HB 1186
Medicaid, behavioral health full integration implementation: HB 1393, SHB 1393, SB 5432, SSB 5432, * E2SSB 5432, CH 325 (2019)
Medicaid, behavioral health rate increases, verifying appropriations use for: EHB 2584
Medicaid, benefits for COFA migrants, requesting that congress restore: SJM 8017, SSJM 8017
Medicaid, chiropractic manipulative therapy and services, payment for: HB 2702
Medicaid, for postpartum and pregnant persons: SB 6106
Medicaid, for postpartum persons, extending: HB 2381, SB 6128
Medicaid, for postpartum persons, extending via health care coverage: SSB 6128, E2SSB 6128
Medicaid, for pregnant women, when: HB 1186
Medicaid, home health services payment methodology and work group: SB 5828
Medicaid, home health services reimbursement rate: SB 5828
Medicaid, hospital patient administrative days, claims codes for tracking: SB 6384
Medicaid, hospital safety net assessment for, expiration of, extending: HB 1748, SHB 1748, SB 5734, * SSB 5734, CH 318 (2019)
Medicaid, independent health care providers, B&O tax exemption/deduction: HB 2582
Medicaid, long-term involuntary psychiatric treatment, via managed care: SB 5045
Medicaid, managed care organization prior authorization: HB 2568, SB 6404
Medicaid, managed care organizations, incentive payments to, tax exemption: HB 2024, * SHB 2024, CH 350 (2019)
Medicaid, managed care organizations, performance analysis: SB 5523, ESSB 5523
Medicaid, managed care organizations, premium tax: HB 2821
Medicaid, managed care systems, sending jail inmate records to: HB 2545
Medicaid, managed health care system, nonparticipating providers: HB 2616, SB 6397
Medicaid, new rural health payment system for: HB 1810
Medicaid, offender reentry services through, waiver for: SB 6638
Medicaid, opioid use disorder treatment drug products, managed care coverage: HB 2418
Medicaid, primary care provider reimbursement, medicare payment rate floor for: SB 5319
Medicaid, primary care provider reimbursement, minimum fee schedule for: SB 6676
Medicaid, primary care provider reimbursement, payment rate floor for: SB 6676
Medicaid, provider reimbursement at medicare rate or higher: HB 1185
Medicaid, providers, workforce education B&O tax surcharges exemption, when: HB 2392
Medicaid, public assistance and health insurance coverage, joint beneficiaries: HB 2677, SB 6395
Medicaid, rare diseases, coverage for: SB 6486, SSB 6486
Medicaid, reproductive health care access for all act: HB 1612, SB 5602, SSB 5602, * 2SSB 5602, CH 399 (2019)
Medicaid, rural substitute providers, managed care reimbursement of: HB 2598, SB 6358
Medicaid, school-based health centers, establishment and reimbursement: SB 6279
Medicaid, small rural low-volume hospitals, enhanced payment to: HB 1878, HB 2729, SB 5872, SB 6354
Medicaid, substance use disorder counseling, contingency management: HB 2336
Medicaid, substance use disorder programs/facilities, data disclosure: SB 6070
Medicaid, substance use disorder treatment access: HB 2642, ESHB 2642
Medicaid, substance use disorder treatment, transportation for, restrictions: SB 6069
Medicaid, suspension when incarcerated, restoring benefits before release: SB 6638
Medicaid, telemedicine and store/forward technology payment parity: SB 5385
Medicaid, telemedicine payment parity: HB 2770, ESSB 5385
Medicaid, waiver services, foster youth with developmental disabilities eligibility: HB 2591
Medicaid, working individuals with disabilities buy-in program, eligibility: HB 1199, * SHB 1199, CH 70 (2019), SB 5754
Medical assistance, employer assessment for employees receiving: HB 1518
Medical assistance, psychiatric per diem payments to rural hospitals: * HB 1534, CH 116 (2019)
Medical care services, noncitizen human trafficking victims and family members: HB 1971, SB 5164, SSB 5164, 2SSB 5164
Medical care services, reproductive health care access for all act: HB 1612, SB 5602, SSB 5602, * 2SSB 5602, CH 399 (2019)
Offices, local community services, boards of advisors for, establishing: SB 5493, SSB 5493
Postpartum and pregnant women, medicaid coverage: SB 6106
Postpartum persons, health care coverage for, extending: SSB 6128, E2SSB 6128
Postpartum persons, medicaid coverage for, extending: HB 2381, SB 6128
Poverty reduction, local service area advisory and partnership boards, role of: 2SSB 5493
Pregnant women assistance, essential needs/housing support when eligible for: HB 2809, SB 6495
Pregnant women assistance, needs standards for: SB 6478
Prevention and family services and programs, relation to foster care: * HB 1900, CH 172 (2019), SB 5826
Programs, assistance, consolidated need standards, and living costs study: SB 6478
Programs, assistance, employers with the most employees receiving, report: SB 6310
Receipt of assistance, as defendant's proof of indigency, provisions: SB 6215, SSB 6215
Recipients, of food stamps/TANF/SSI, tax credits for employers who hire: SB 6564
State family assistance, needs standards for: SB 6478
Supports and basic income pilot program, creating: SB 6625
Temporary assistance for needy families, benefit reductions, racial group data: HB 2441
Temporary assistance for needy families, expanding access to: SB 6575
Temporary assistance for needy families, for minor parents: HB 1327, SB 5379, SSB 5379
Temporary assistance for needy families, hardship extension, when: HB 2441
Temporary assistance for needy families, various modifications: HB 1268, HB 1573, HB 1603, SHB 1603, * 2SHB 1603, CH 343 (2019), HB 2388, SHB 2388, SB 5684, SSB 5684, SB 6472, SSB 6472
WorkFirst TANF program, employers with the most employees receiving: SB 6310
WorkFirst TANF program, homeless recipients, 60-month limit exemption: SB 6478
WorkFirst TANF program, noncompliance, 12 months continuous, termination for: 2SSB 6478
WorkFirst TANF program, noncompliance, 2 months continuous, grant reduction: SSB 6478, 2SSB 6478
WorkFirst TANF program, noncompliance, case reviews: SB 6478
WorkFirst TANF program, noncompliance, case reviews and data collection: HB 2441
WorkFirst TANF program, various modifications: HB 1268, HB 1573, HB 1603, SHB 1603, * 2SHB 1603, CH 343 (2019), SB 5684, SSB 5684, SB 6478