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WALeg Day 39: UW medical education plans get a hearing, $12 min wage could get a vote

OLYMPIA -- Another full day of committee hearings today, which will include a presentation by the University of Washington on its plans for expanding medical education. UW officials are in front of the Senate Health Care Committee this morning.
House Appropriations could vote on the $12 minimum wage proposal this afternoon.
Here's the full list of hearings and executive sessions: 

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Time

Committee

Location

 

8:00 AM

Early Learning & K-12 Education (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 1

 
 

Education (H)

House Hearing Rm A

 
 

Environment (H)

House Hearing Rm B

 

9:00 AM

Agriculture, Water & Rural Economic Development (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 3

 
 

Law & Justice (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 4

 
 

Community Development, Housing & Tribal Affairs (H)

House Hearing Rm E

 
 

Labor (H)

House Hearing Rm D

 

10:00 AM

HOUSE SESSION/CAUCUS

   
 

Government Operations & Security (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 2

 
 

Health Care (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 4

 
 

Human Services, Mental Health & Housing (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 1

 

12:00 PM

PRO FORMA SENATE SESSION

   

12:15 PM

Trade & Economic Development (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 3

 

12:30 PM

Judiciary (H)

House Hearing Rm A

 

1:30 PM

Energy, Environment & Telecommunications (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 4

 
 

Financial Institutions & Insurance (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 2

 
 

Higher Education (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 3

 
 

Natural Resources & Parks (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 1

 
 

Agriculture & Natural Resources (H)

House Hearing Rm B

 
 

Local Government (H)

House Hearing Rm D

 
 

State Government (H)

House Hearing Rm E

 
 

Technology & Economic Development (H)

House Hearing Rm C

 

3:30 PM

Transportation (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 1

 
 

Ways & Means (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 4

 
 

Appropriations (H)

House Hearing Rm A

 
 

Transportation (H)

House Hearing Rm B

 

5:30 PM

Financial Institutions & Insurance (S)

Senate Hearing Rm 2

 


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House Committees


Agriculture & Natural Resources*
2/19/15 1:30 pm

House Full Committee
House Hearing Rm B
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/18/2015 9:35 AM

Public Hearing: HB 2069 - Concerning agreements with the federal government, such as those available under the endangered species act, affecting the state's management of its natural resources.

Possible Executive Session:

  1. HB 1119 - Making changes to Title 77 RCW that gives tools to the department of fish and wildlife to ensure hunter safety by focusing on the actual person hunting and not the sporting equipment used by the hunter including, but not limited to, establishing the age of fourteen as the minimum age to participate in unaccompanied hunting.
  2. HB 1270 - Increasing salmon populations in Washington through the implementation of a new fish hatchery management structure that is modeled on the proven, successful structure utilized by the state of Alaska for the past forty years.
  3. HB 1271 - Increasing rock collecting opportunities on state lands.
  4. HB 2093 - Concerning wildland fire suppression.
  5. HB 2069 - Concerning agreements with the federal government, such as those available under the endangered species act, affecting the state's management of its natural resources.
  6. HB 1627 - Expanding the existing prohibition on unlawfully entering the land of another to hunt or to retrieve hunted wildlife under Title 77 RCW to include entering the land of another to collect wildlife parts.
  7. HB 2107 - Requiring the department of fish and wildlife to update the 2011 wolf conservation and management plan to ensure the establishment of a self-sustaining population of gray wolves while also ensuring social tolerance of wolf recovery.

 

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Appropriations*
2/19/15 3:30 pm

House Full Committee
House Hearing Rm A
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/14/2015 1:35 PM

Public Hearing:

  1. HB 1465 - Creating a dedicated account for elevators, lifting devices, moving walks, manufactured and mobile homes, recreational and commercial vehicles, factory built housing and commercial structures, and contractor registration and compliance activities.
  2. SHB 1466 - Establishing data classification and encryption standards for state agencies.
  3. HJR 4203 - Amending the Constitution to permit appropriations from the budget stabilization account in certain cases where there has been a breach of information technology systems.


Possible Executive Session:

  1. HB 1047 - Concerning state agencies continuity of operations planning requirements.
  2. SHB 1068 - Concerning sexual assault examination kits.
  3. SHB 1354 - Concerning the employee antiretaliation act.
  4. HB 1355 - Increasing the minimum hourly wage to twelve dollars over four years.
  5. HB 1356 - Establishing minimum standards for sick and safe leave from employment.
  6. HB 1389 - Addressing the scope of state fire service mobilization and ensuring compliance with existing state and federal disaster response policies.
  7. HB 1395 - Authorizing the use of nonappropriated funds on certain administrative costs and expenses of the stay-at-work and self-insured employer programs.
  8. HB 1620 - Increasing the surcharge to fund biotoxin testing and monitoring.

 

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Commerce & Gaming*
2/19/15 8:00 am

House Full Committee
House Hearing Rm C
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

MEETING CANCELLED.

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Community Development, Housing & Tribal Affairs*
2/19/15 9:00 am

House Full Committee
House Hearing Rm E
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/18/2015 1:43 PM

Executive Session:

  1. HB 1997 - Authorizing the creation and use of community facilities districts in limited areas of more intensive rural development.
  2. HB 2040 - Initiating a campaign to increase veteran employment.
  3. HB 2114 - Providing for representation of the state veterans' homes on the governor's veterans affairs advisory committee.
  4. HB 2049 - Supporting the development of affordable housing in urban areas.
  5. HB 2086 - Prohibiting certain limitations on the hosting of the homeless by religious organizations.

 

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Education*
2/19/15 8:00 am

Watch on TVWHouse Full Committee
House Hearing Rm A
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/18/2015 4:20 PM

Executive Session:

  1. HB 1785 - Eliminating the certificate of academic achievement as a requirement for high school graduation.
  2. HB 1813 - Expanding computer science education.
  3. HB 1855 - Waiving local graduation requirements for certain students.
  4. HB 1864 - Supporting evidence-based strategies to promote high school graduation.
  5. HB 1900 - Defining the role of the school counselor, social worker, and psychologist.
  6. HB 2048 - Concerning the division of large first-class school districts.
  7. HB 1142 - Modifying school district authority with respect to student parking.
  8. HB 1345 - Adopting a definition and standards of professional learning.
  9. HB 1408 - Concerning the development of a definition and model for "family engagement coordinator" and other terms used interchangeably with it.
  10. HB 1562 - Requiring posting of allergen information in public schools.
  11. HB 1568 - Concerning dropout prevention through engaging youth in farming.
  12. HB 1570 - Creating flexibility for the educator retooling conditional scholarship program.
  13. HB 1770 - Changing explicit alternative routes to teacher certification program requirements to expectations for program outcomes.
  14. HB 1771 - Confirming that the professional educator standards board is an authorized representative of the state educational agencies.
  15. HB 1865 - Concerning visual screening in schools.
  16. HB 1947 - Establishing a comprehensive plan to expand learning opportunities and improve educational outcomes for students with disabilities or special needs using multiple strategies and statewide partnerships.
  17. HB 1974 - Creating a pilot program to implement regional school safety and security centers.
  18. HB 2023 - Changing the deadline for notices of nonrenewal of contracts for certificated school employees.
  19. HB 1331 - Concerning school library and technology programs.
  20. HB 1492 - Addressing technology literacy.
  21. HB 1495 - Enacting the student user privacy in education rights act.

 

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Environment*
2/19/15 8:00 am

House Full Committee
House Hearing Rm B
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/18/2015 3:02 PM

Possible Executive Session:

  1. HB 1695 - Establishing a priority for the use, reuse, and recycling of construction aggregate and recycled concrete materials in Washington.
  2. HB 1715 - Protecting Puget Sound through funding and implementing local on-site sewage program management plans.
  3. HB 1826 - Creating flexibility in the state's recreational fee-for-access programs to better accommodate families that recreate with multiple vehicles.
  4. HB 1833 - Concerning timing free access days at state parks with local community events.
  5. HB 1845 - Concerning pharmaceutical waste.
  6. HB 1851 - Creating an expedited permitting and contracting process for bridges owned by local governments that are deemed structurally deficient.
  7. HB 1891 - Concerning stage II gasoline vapor control programs.
  8. HB 2061 - Authorizing county legislative authorities to approve certain group B water systems based upon their delivery of water meeting safe drinking water standards.
  9. HJM 4009 - Requesting action to address global climate change.

 

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Judiciary*
2/19/15 12:30 pm

House Full Committee
House Hearing Rm A
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/18/2015 2:58 PM

Executive Session:

  1. HB 1390 - Concerning legal financial obligations.
  2. HB 1450 - Concerning involuntary outpatient mental health treatment.
  3. HB 1288 - Directing the Washington state institute for public policy to complete a study regarding the involuntary treatment act.
  4. HB 1597 - Improving timeliness of competency evaluation and restoration services.
  5. HB 1713 - Integrating the treatment systems for mental health and chemical dependency.
  6. HB 2060 - Concerning timeliness of competency evaluation and restoration services.
  7. HB 1407 - Concerning procedures for guardianship termination and modification.
  8. HB 1726 - Modifying certain definitions concerning the abuse of vulnerable adults.
  9. HB 1374 - Requiring disclosure of specified contract information by state and local agencies.
  10. HB 1503 - Concerning medical liens.
  11. HB 1610 - Changing jury service provisions.
  12. HB 1731 - Creating a protocol for the return of firearms in the possession of law enforcement agencies.
  13. HB 1734 - Creating the one family one team public-private innovation demonstration.
  14. HB 1624 - Concerning the distribution of intimate images.
  15. HB 1857 - Concerning extreme risk protective orders.
  16. HB 1898 - Concerning awareness of the possibility of children testifying remotely in certain cases.
  17. HB 1910 - Encouraging effective oversight of law enforcement conduct.
  18. HB 1917 - Concerning video and/or sound recordings made by law enforcement or corrections officers.
  19. HB 1243 - Providing flexibility for how school districts address truancy of students.
  20. HB 2033 - Concerning sexual assault protection orders.
  21. HB 2051 - Concerning the provision of time and assistance for tenants to relocate due to a rent increase or change of use of the residential unit.
  22. HB 1394 - Preserving the common law interpretation and application of the vested rights doctrine.
  23. HB 1601 - Concerning venue of actions by or against counties.
  24. HB 1739 - Reducing criminal justice expenses by eliminating the death penalty in favor of life incarceration.
  25. HB 1476 - Removing references to faith-based exemptions regarding criminal mistreatment of children and vulnerable adults.
  26. HB 1817 - Providing liability immunity for local jurisdictions when wheeled all-terrain vehicles are operated on public roadways.
  27. HB 1962 - Regulating disclosure of process server social security numbers.
  28. HB 1565 - Concerning the preservation of housing options for participants in government assistance programs.
  29. HB 1018 - Preventing breed-based dog regulations.


**Meeting is scheduled to begin early, at 12:30 p.m.

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Labor*
2/19/15 9:00 am

House Full Committee
House Hearing Rm D
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/18/2015 1:39 PM

Possible Executive Session:

  1. HB 1613 - Authorizing treatment to protect life or alleviate pain of injured workers with permanent partial disabilities.
  2. HB 1651 - Concerning definitions related to human trafficking.
  3. HB 1749 - Concerning contractor registration requirements for owners of property.
  4. HB 1821 - Addressing industrial insurance requirements and options for owners and lessees of for hire vehicles, limousines, and taxicabs.
  5. HB 1930 - Addressing the nonemployee status of athletes in amateur sports.
  6. HB 1987 - Adding certain commissioned court marshals of county sheriff's offices to the definition of uniformed personnel for the purposes of public employees' collective bargaining.

 

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Local Government*
2/19/15 1:30 pm

House Full Committee
House Hearing Rm D
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/18/2015 10:37 AM

Public Hearing: HB 2122 - Concerning real estate as it concerns the local government authority in the use of real estate excise tax revenues and regulating real estate transactions.

Possible Executive Session:

  1. HB 1702 - Addressing local authority in the regulation of fireworks.
  2. HB 1709 - Establishing a process for the payment of impact fees through provisions stipulated in recorded covenants.
  3. HB 1789 - Granting counties and cities greater flexibility with real estate excise tax proceeds.
  4. HB 1802 - Concerning optional methods of financing long-range planning costs.
  5. HB 1848 - Requiring voter approval for direct petition annexations.
  6. HB 1850 - Exempting certain department of transportation actions from local review or permit processes under the shoreline management act.
  7. HB 1929 - Requiring incentives for electric vehicle readiness in buildings.
  8. HB 1957 - Concerning the maximum total dollar amount that may be awarded under a job order contract for cities with a population of more than four hundred thousand.
  9. HB 2036 - Improving permit and approval efficiencies under the shoreline management act.
  10. HB 2074 - Relating to the petition-based annexation method for owners of property within a city or town that seek annexation to another city or town.
  11. HB 2084 - Imposing fines, withholding taxes, and other measures to encourage local jurisdictions to timely file state-required reports.
  12. HB 2112 - Addressing annexation of islands of unincorporated territory in areas subject to boundary review.
  13. HB 2122 - Concerning real estate as it concerns the local government authority in the use of real estate excise tax revenues and regulating real estate transactions.

 

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State Government*
2/19/15 1:30 pm

House Full Committee
House Hearing Rm E
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/18/2015 11:42 AM

Executive Session:

  1. HB 1323 - Repealing advisory votes.
  2. HB 1349 - Concerning requesting public records for the purpose of obtaining exempted information relating to employment and licensing.
  3. HB 1425 - Ensuring that entities performing government functions and advisory committees are subject to the open public meetings act and public records act.
  4. HB 1554 - Exempting information of guardians or family members of children enrolled in child care, early learning, parks and recreation, after-school, and youth development programs.
  5. HB 1560 - Recognizing the thirty-first of March as Cesar Chavez Day.
  6. HB 1636 - Requiring disability employment reporting by state agencies.
  7. HB 1684 - Concerning charges for the cost of providing public records in response to public records requests.
  8. HB 1866 - Improving voter registration by providing new residential tenants with voter registration information.
  9. HB 1920 - Promoting the use, acceptance, and removal of barriers to the use and acceptance of electronic signatures.
  10. HB 1942 - Concerning ballot measures regarding required information and filing fees.
  11. HB 1980 - Implementing recommendations of the sunshine committee.
  12. HB 2133 - Exempting the addresses of certain child care providers from the public records act.
  13. HJM 4004 - Calling on Congress to exercise its authority under Article V of the United States Constitution to regulate money spent on elections.

 

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Technology & Economic Development*
2/19/15 1:30 pm

House Full Committee
House Hearing Rm C
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/17/2015 4:22 PM

Public Hearing: HB 2045 - Promoting development of reliable distributed energy resources through extending and modifying an existing tax incentive for certain net metering systems, preserving the existing ground rules for net metering until net metering systems' generating capacity equals 0.5 percent of the utility's 1996 peak demand, requiring distribution resources planning, and authorizing a reliability charge and other alternatives to existing ground rules for net metering, for a utility that has achieved the existing 0.5 percent interconnection requirement for net metering systems.

Possible Executive Session:

  1. HB 1681 - Increasing jobs in the maritime trades industry.
  2. HB 1758 - Extending the expiration date of tax preferences for biofuel, biomass, and energy conservation.
  3. HB 1098 - Aligning electric utility regulation and business models with emerging customer values not realized in volumetric monetization.
  4. HB 1710 - Fostering economic growth in Washington by supporting the in-state production, processing, and distribution of food supply.
  5. HB 2050 - Establishing the small business enhancement program.
  6. HJM 4007 - Encouraging the successful negotiation of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership between the United States and the European Union.
  7. HB 2045 - Promoting development of reliable distributed energy resources through extending and modifying an existing tax incentive for certain net metering systems, preserving the existing ground rules for net metering until net metering systems' generating capacity equals 0.5 percent of the utility's 1996 peak demand, requiring distribution resources planning, and authorizing a reliability charge and other alternatives to existing ground rules for net metering, for a utility that has achieved the existing 0.5 percent interconnection requirement for net metering systems.
  8. HB 1998 - Allowing public utility districts to produce and sell renewable natural gas.
  9. HB 2002 - Concerning regulatory and financial mechanisms and means to promote the retirement of coal-fired electric generation facilities.
  10. HB 1670 - Spurring agricultural innovations.
  11. HB 1690 - Providing a tax deferral for the expansion of certain existing public facilities district convention centers.
  12. HB 1759 - Modifying the computer data center sales and use tax exemption.
  13. HB 1764 - Creating a business and occupation tax credit for advanced composite manufacturing and wholesaling.
  14. HB 1736 - Extending specific aerospace tax preferences to include other types of commercial aircraft to encourage the migration of good wage jobs in the state.
  15. HB 1843 - Creating a residential energy efficiency incentive pilot program.

 

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Transportation
2/19/15 3:30 pm

House Full Committee
House Hearing Rm B
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

Public Hearing:

  1. HB 1486 - Concerning maximum gross weights for vehicle tires.
  2. HB 1751 - Concerning parking impact mitigation from regional transit authority facility construction.

 

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Senate Committees

The schedule is subject to the addition of more committee agendas. Please check our website, http://www.leg.wa.gov/legislature/pages/calendar.aspx


Agriculture, Water & Rural Economic Development*
2/19/15 9:00 am

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 3
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/18/2015 10:36 AM

Executive Session:

  1. SB 5014 - Concerning best practices for water banks.
  2. SB 5584 - Concerning water quality determinations made by the department of ecology.
  3. SB 5965 - Evaluating mitigation options for impacts to base flows and minimum instream flows.
  4. SB 5972 - Concerning the procurement of seeds by state agencies.
  5. Bills previously heard.


Public Hearing:

  1. SB 5998 - Concerning the protection of groundwater.
  2. SB 6002 - Concerning pesticide application in school facilities.


Other business.

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Early Learning & K-12 Education*
2/19/15 8:00 am

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 1
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/17/2015 3:33 PM

Public Hearing: SB 5922 - Concerning school programs for highly capable students.

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

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Energy, Environment & Telecommunications*
2/19/15 1:30 pm

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 4
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/18/2015 11:29 AM

Executive Session:

  1. SB 5874 - Concerning regulatory and financial mechanisms and means to promote the retirement of coal-fired electric generation facilities.
  2. SB 5684 - Concerning flame retardants. (Proposed Substitute as heard in Committee.)
  3. SB 5044 - Concerning mitigation measures for shoreline development. (Proposed Substitute.)
  4. SB 5622 - Requiring that the departments of fish and wildlife and ecology use empirical science to support agency actions affecting land use. (Proposed Substitute.)
  5. SJM 8010 - Requesting the President and United States Congress to take action to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.
  6. SB 5659 - Directing state investments of existing litter tax revenues under chapter 82.19 RCW in material waste management efforts without increasing the tax rate. (Proposed Substitute.)
  7. SB 5760 - Concerning contracts for materials or work required by joint operating agencies.
  8. SB 5274 - Revising the responsibilities of the joint administrative rules review committee. (Proposed Substitute.)
  9. SB 5842 - Providing a compliance path based on sound utility planning under the energy independence act. (Proposed Substitute.)


Other business.

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Financial Institutions & Insurance*
2/19/15 1:30 pm

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 2
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/17/2015 9:06 AM

Public Hearing:

  1. SJM 8005 - Requesting that Congress enact legislation that would reinstate the separation of commercial and investment banking functions that were in effect under the Glass-Steagall act.
  2. SB 5899 - Addressing small loans and small consumer installment loans.


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

Financial Institutions & Insurance*
2/19/15 5:30 pm

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 2
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/12/2015 4:19 PM

Executive Session: Bills previously heard.

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Government Operations & Security*
2/19/15 10:00 am

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 2
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/18/2015 2:11 PM

Public Hearing:

  1. SB 5985 - Extending the date for allowing certain counties and cities to not plan under the growth management act.
  2. SB 6000 - Allowing joint meetings of multiple county legislative authorities.
  3. SB 5964 - Addressing infill development.
  4. SB 6012 - Concerning the protection of drinking water when issuing building permits.
  5. SB 5958 - Providing for representation of the state veterans' homes on the governor's veterans affairs advisory committee.
  6. SB 6034 - Increasing visibility of and public contracting opportunities for veteran-owned businesses.
  7. SB 5978 - Modifying presidential primary provisions.
  8. SB 5570 - Exempting Washington state from daylight saving time.
  9. SB 5522 - Expanding the definition of special district to include lake water quality districts.
  10. SB 5524 - Enhancing the employment of persons with disabilities.


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

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Health Care *
2/19/15 10:00 am

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 4
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/16/2015 3:38 PM

Public Hearing: SB 5909 - Concerning health care access and medical and dental education.

Executive Session: Bills previously heard.

Other business.

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Higher Education*
2/19/15 1:30 pm

Watch on TVWSenate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 3
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/16/2015 9:41 AM

Public Hearing:

  1. SGA 9076 - Glenn Johnson, Member, Central Washington University Board of Trustees.
  2. SGA 9139 - Lura J Powell, Member, Board of Regents, Washington State University.
  3. SB 5851 - Concerning recommendations of the college bound scholarship program work group. (Hearing is on the Proposed Substitute.)
  4. SB 5636 - Establishing the GET ready for college program.
  5. SB 5638 - Changing state need grant eligibility provisions.
  6. SB 5977 - Decodifying, expiring, and making nonsubstantive changes to community and technical college provisions.


If draft bills, proposed substitutes, or striking amendments are to be heard, they can be obtained from committee staff or on the committee's website, http://www.leg.wa.gov/Senate/Committees/HIE/Pages/default.aspx, as soon as they are available. Possible executive session on bills heard in committee. Other business.

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Human Services, Mental Health & Housing*
2/19/15 10:00 am

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 1
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/18/2015 11:48 AM

Executive Session: Bills previously heard.

Other business.

Human Services, Mental Health & Housing*
2/19/15 5:30 pm

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 1
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

MEETING CANCELLED.

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Law & Justice*
2/19/15 9:00 am

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 4
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/16/2015 4:41 PM

Public Hearing: To be announced.

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

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Natural Resources & Parks
2/19/15 1:30 pm

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 1
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

Public Hearing: To be announced.

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

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Trade & Economic Development*
2/19/15 12:15 pm

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 3
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/16/2015 10:25 AM

Possible Executive Session: Bills previously heard.

Other business.

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Transportation
2/19/15 3:30 pm

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 1
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

Public Hearing: To be announced.

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

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Ways & Means*
2/19/15 3:30 pm

Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 4
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED 2/12/2015 11:37 AM

Work Session: Developmental disabilities and long-term care.

Public Hearing:

  1. SSB 5152 - Implementing a value-based system for nursing home rates.
  2. SB 5258 - Requiring a study for funding options for long-term care services and supports.


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

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