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WA Lege Day 52: Long floor schedule

OLYMPIA -- The House and Senate both start early today, with plans to vote on bills this afternoon and into the evening. They're trying to clear out the bills that are relatively non-controversial before an upcoming cutoff deadline.

Senate Ways and Means, meanwhile, is dealing with some bills that cost money, noon.

Amid all this, school principals are in the Capitol. Legislators who misbehave run the risk of being sent to them.

A schedule of today's hearings is inside the blog.

Legislative Meeting Schedule

Wednesday, March 03, 2010
TimeCommitteeLocation
8:00 AMCommunity & Economic Development & Trade (H)House Hearing Rm C
8:30 AMTechnology, Energy & Communications (H)House Hearing Rm B
9:00 AMSENATE SESSION/CAUCUS

Early Learning & Children's Services (H)House Hearing Rm A

Judiciary (H)House Hearing Rm A

Local Government & Housing (H)House Hearing Rm E
10:00 AMHOUSE SESSION/CAUCUS
12:00 PMWays & Means (S)Senate Hearing Rm 4
6:00 PMSENATE POSSIBLE SESSION/CAUCUS

HOUSE POSSIBLE SESSION

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House Committees


Community & Economic Development & Trade*
3/3/10 8:00 am
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Early Learning & Children's Services
3/3/10 9:00 am
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Judiciary
3/3/10 9:00 am
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Local Government & Housing
3/3/10 9:00 am
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Technology, Energy & Communications
3/3/10 8:30 am
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Senate Committees


Ways & Means*
3/3/10 12:00 pm
Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 4
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 3/2/2010 6:28 PM

Executive Session:
  1. SB 6869 - Suspending the child support pass-through payment.
  2. SSB 6609 - Concerning infrastructure financing for local governments.
  3. SB 6614 - Clarifying the applicability of business and occupation tax to conservation programs with the Bonneville power administration.
  4. SB 6846 - Concerning enhanced 911 emergency communications services.
  5. SB 6789 - Concerning sales and use tax exemptions for certain equipment and infrastructure contained in data centers.
  6. SB 6339 - Concerning a sales and use tax exemption for wax and ceramic materials used to create molds for ferrous and nonferrous investment castings.
  7. SB 6849 - Consolidating forecast functions.
  8. SB 6867 - Eliminating the state printer.
  9. SB 6871 - Supporting judicial branch and criminal justice funding.
  10. SB 6877 - Concerning newborn screening fees.
  11. SB 6878 - Concerning fees for criminal background checks.
  12. SB 6880 - Concerning professional fees for certain emergency medical service occupations.
  13. SB 6571 - Concerning license fees for nursing homes, boarding homes, and adult family homes.
  14. SB 6182 - Concerning residential habilitation centers.

Possible executive session on bills heard in committee. Other business.

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House committee meeting documents for this session may be viewed once the meeting has started and for any previous meetings from this session at the following Web site: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/cmd/

If you plan to visit the Capitol Campus in Olympia, please keep in mind parking is very limited. For directions, maps and information regarding parking and free shuttle service please see: http://www.leg.wa.gov/legislature/Pages/Parking.aspx

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