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PDFWAC 110-303-0020

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(1) Pursuant to RCW 43.216.250 and 43.216.325, the department is authorized to take enforcement action against an applicant or licensee if the applicant or licensee fails to comply with this chapter, applicable rules in chapters 110-06, 110-300, 110-300E, 110-301 WAC, or chapter 43.216 RCW. For purposes of this chapter, enforcement actions include only the denial, summary suspension authorized by RCW 34.05.422(4), suspension, revocation, modification, or nonrenewal of a license to participate in the pilot project.
(2) The department must issue a notice of violation to an early learning provider when taking enforcement actions. A notice of violation must be sent certified mail or personal service and must include:
(a) The reason why the department is taking the action;
(b) The rules the provider failed to comply with;
(c) The provider's right to appeal enforcement actions; and
(d) How the provider may appeal and request a hearing.
(3) An applicant or licensee has the right to appeal an enforcement action by requesting an adjudicative proceeding, otherwise known as a hearing, pursuant to the hearing rules codified in chapter 110-03 WAC.
[Statutory Authority: 2021 c 334 § 229(19) and 2022 c 297 § 229(19). WSR 22-18-022, § 110-303-0020, filed 8/29/22, effective 9/29/22.]
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