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WAGES AND HOURS  WAGES AND HOURS RSS Feed
               (See also PUBLIC WORKS; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS)
Elected officials, state, voluntary salary reduction: SB 6127
Garnishment of wages, modifying "disposable earnings" definition: SB 5194
Health care facilities, employees, meal and rest breaks and mandatory overtime, which employees: HB 1732
Labor hours of apprentice utilization, compliance with percentage as responsible bidder criterion: HB 2846, SB 6574
Labor hours, definition, modifying for public works apprenticeship utilization: * HB 1595, CH 48 (2015), SB 5734
Liens, wage liens for wage claims on real property, comprehensive provisions: HB 1518, SB 5567
Minimum wage act, amending: HB 1354, SHB 1354, 2SHB 1354, SB 5569
Minimum wage act, excluding athletes affiliated with a Western Hockey League team from "employee" for purposes of: SHB 1930
Minimum wage act, excluding athletes in amateur league or club from "employee" for purposes of: HB 1930
Minimum wage act, excluding junior ice hockey team members in certain leagues from "employee" for purposes of, when: * ESB 5893, CH 299 (2015)
Minimum wage act, person with disability with sheltered workshop or certain nonprofits to be "employee" for: SB 6133
Minimum wage complaints, good faith defense: SB 5514
Minimum wage rate, local, to apply equally to unionized and nonunionized employers, when: HB 2489
Minimum wage rate, meeting through total compensation: HB 2291
Minimum wage, increasing by rate of inflation: SB 5384
Minimum wage, increasing hourly wage: HB 1355, SB 5285, SB 6087
Minimum wage, providing living wage through new rates and tax relief and exemption for certain businesses: SB 6029
Overpayment of wages, recovery by employer, application of provisions to municipal corporations: HB 2630, SB 6090
Overtime compensation complaints, good faith defense: SB 5514
Overtime, joint legislative-executive overtime oversight task force, creating: * E2SHB 1725, CH 30 (2016)
Railroad employees, yardmaster working hours: HB 1284, SHB 1284, SB 5696
Retaliation and discrimination against employees, providing protections: HB 1354, SHB 1354, 2SHB 1354, SB 5569
Salary or wage increases, state and higher education, collective bargaining agreement requirements: SB 5979, SSB 5979
Salary payment by counties, draw day requirements: * HB 2391, CH 126 (2016), SB 6155
Salary, deferred compensation program, modifying while expanding optional deferral programs: SB 6435
Salary, optional deferral programs, including money-purchase retirement savings plan: SB 6435
Scheduling employees to avoid employer health care coverage responsibility under affordable health care act: HB 1931
Scheduling employees to avoid employer health care coverage responsibility, employer responsibility penalty: SB 5895
School employees, certificated instructional staff, new statewide salary schedule for: HB 1854
State patrol, commissioned officer salaries, increasing: HB 2914
State patrol, officer salaries and benefits, competitive: HB 1580, SB 5304, SB 6331, SB 6547, SSB 6547
State patrol, officer salaries, competitive: SHB 2872
State patrol, one-time pay increase for troopers, sergeants, lieutenants, and captains: * E2SHB 2872, CH 28 (2016)
State patrol, trooper and sergeant salaries, competitive: * E2SHB 2872, CH 28 (2016)
State preemption and occupation of field of wages and hours, provisions: HB 2491, SB 6029
Teen summer employment wage, creating: SB 5421
Teen training wage, establishing: SB 5422
Thanksgiving day, retail or service employees working on, employer and wage requirements: HB 1694
Wage limit, state average, to be state retirement system maximum compensation for applying contribution rates: SB 6005
Wage payment laws, responsible bidder criteria to include compliance with: HB 1089, SHB 1089, SB 5050
Wage payment, post-employment, offering methods without transaction costs or need for account: ESHB 1211
Wage payment, post-employment, payment by paper check at employee request: HB 3003
Wage payment, post-employment, transaction costs for obtaining wages, prohibiting: HB 1211
Wage violations, unlawful withholding or rebating, damages: HB 1006, SHB 1006, SB 5568
Wages and hours, local regulation of, county authority for: SB 6578, SSB 6578
Wages and hours, local, to apply equally to unionized and nonunionized employers, when: HB 1934, SB 5332
Wages and hours, state preemption and occupation of field of, provisions: HB 2491
Wages, aerospace industry, statewide wage requirement for certain tax incentives: HB 1786, SHB 1786
Wages, communications between employees concerning compensation, protecting: SB 6651, SB 6655
Wages, discrimination based on sex, prohibiting: SB 6651, SB 6655
Wages, equal pay opportunity act: HB 1646, ESHB 1646, SB 5630, SB 6442
Wages, payroll cards for, restricting fees for use: HB 2505, SHB 2505
Wages, public agency pay schedules, review of for pay disparities, JLARC to conduct: SB 6651, SB 6655
Youth wage, authority for paying: HB 2291
WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATIVE CODE  WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE)
Administrative law, unnecessary laws, legislative removal and repeal procedures: HB 2787, SB 6380, SSB 6380
Publication and authentication of WAC, as legal material in official electronic record, provisions: SB 6361
Rule making, requiring APA adoption, WAC codification, and legislative ratification: HB 1200, HB 1203, HB 1204, SB 5366, SB 5368, SB 5372
WAC 162-32-060, concerning gender-segregated facilities, requiring repeal in entirety: HB 2935, SB 6443
WASHINGTON STATE  WASHINGTON STATE RSS Feed
               
Boundaries, state, joint legislative task force on, establishing: HB 1832
Boundaries, state, legislative task force on, establishing: HB 1818
Leaders, honoring Washington women leaders in government: * SR 8648 (2015)
Washington and Oregon states, creating two new states from: HB 1832
Washington state, creating two new states from: HB 1818
WATER  WATER RSS Feed
               
Alternative water systems or supplies, for potable water, ordinance and information requirements: HB 1793, SHB 1793
Applications and permits, requiring consistent and prompt agency decision making: SB 5197, SSB 5197
Bottled water, sales and use tax exemption, eliminating, exceptions: HB 2224, SHB 2269, HB 2479, HB 2996
Building permit application, to include risk assessment of possible impacts to water supply, when: SB 6012
Commission, Washington water commission, creating: SB 5801
Conservation, efficiency standards for toilets, water closets, and urinals: HB 2430, ESHB 2430
Drought preparedness measures, modifying: HB 1836, SHB 1836, E2SHB 1836
Drought, emergency response, appropriations for 2015 and 2015-2017 capital budgets: SB 6125
Drought, emergency response, appropriations for capital projects: ESSB 6125
Drought, water supply during, joint legislative committee on, modifying provisions: HB 1836, SHB 1836, E2SHB 1836
Drought, water supply during, state drought preparedness account funds for drinking water projects: HB 2863
Groundwaters, maintaining and protecting, discouraging certain withdrawals to ensure: SB 5998
Infrastructure projects, grant program for: SB 5628
Irrigation districts, delinquent assessments on property for, effect of certain easements: HB 1707, * SB 5556, CH 34 (2015)
Irrigation districts, facilities of, relation to shorelands, clarifying: HB 1708, SB 5554
Irrigation districts, facilities of, relation to streams, clarifying: SSB 5554
Irrigation districts, master programs, allowing watershed management actions by special purpose districts: SHB 2616
Irrigation districts, master programs, allowing watershed management actions by watershed improvement districts: HB 2616, SB 6175
Irrigation districts, subdivisions and real property parcels, district review and conditioning authority: SB 5555
Irrigation districts, task force on irrigation district elections, establishing: HB 1266
Public water facilities, municipalities contracting for servicing of, procedures: HB 1544, SB 5470
Public water facilities, municipality creation of assessment reimbursement area, procedures: HB 1911, SHB 1911, SB 5795, * SSB 5795, CH 96 (2015)
Public water facilities, uninterruptible water supplies for municipal water suppliers, when: SSB 5298
Public water facilities, water storage asset management services, procurement procedures: * EHB 1989, CH 187 (2015), ESSB 5470
Public water systems, "municipal water supply purposes," modifying: HB 2788, SB 6215, ESSB 6215
Public water systems, financial assistance activities, transferring: HB 1464, * 2ESB 5251, CH 111 (2016)
Public water systems, group A, growth management proposals notice requirements to include: * SB 5238, CH 25 (2015)
Public water systems, group B serving few connections, local health jurisdiction approval, when: HB 1933
Public water systems, group B, county legislative authority approval, when: HB 2061, SHB 2061, * E2SHB 2061 (2016) V
Special purpose districts, watershed management actions by, authority for, when and from whom: SHB 2616
Waste material, discharge into waters, enhanced biological nutrient removal or other technology requirement: SB 6191
Water distribution or water and sewerage system businesses, limiting tax imposed by city or town on: SB 6115
Water supply infrastructure, grant program for: SB 5628
Water-sewer districts, water storage asset management services, procurement: HB 2358, SB 6147
Waters of the state, groundwaters, maintaining and protecting: SB 5998
Watershed improvement districts, watershed management actions by, authority for, when and from whom: HB 2616, SB 6175
Wells, licensed operators, geologists performing duties of: HB 1137
Wells, permit exempt, hearings concerning petitions challenging regulation of: HB 1889, SB 5061
Wells, permit exempt, within Skagit basin, aiding users of, feasibility study: * ESB 6589, CH 227 (2016)
WATER POLLUTION  WATER POLLUTION RSS Feed
               (See also HAZARDOUS MATERIALS; HAZARDOUS WASTE; OIL AND GAS; POLLUTION LIABILITY INSURANCE AGENCY)
Agricultural land, agricultural activity discharges from, violation reported by named third party, notice of: SB 6551
Applications and permits, requiring consistent and prompt agency decision making: SB 5197, SSB 5197
Chemical action plans, department of ecology role: SSB 5056, 2SSB 5056, SB 6131, SSB 6131
Chemical action plans, selecting substances for: SB 5056, SSB 5056, 2SSB 5056, SB 6131, SSB 6131
Collection facilities, municipalities contracting for servicing of, procedures: HB 1544, SB 5470
Dairy farms, discharging to groundwater, general permit issuance and program for: HB 2840, SB 6568, SSB 6568
Federal clean water act, certain proposed federal rules under, enforcement of, prohibiting: HB 2721
Federal clean water act, current, aligning jurisdiction scope of state water pollution control act with: HB 2720
Federal clean water act, section 401, timely preliminary and revised certification decisions: SB 6172
Microbeads, synthetic plastic, in personal care products and OTC drugs, prohibitions: HB 1378, SB 5431, SB 5609, SSB 5609
Oil transport, spill prevention and response activities, including symposium on: SB 5057, SSB 5057, E2SSB 5057
Storm water, reducing pollution from current facilities through infrastructure grant program: SB 5628
Violations, modifying water quality determination and enforcement procedures: SB 5062, SB 5584, SSB 5584
Waste material, discharge into waters, enhanced biological nutrient removal or other technology requirement: SB 6191
Water pollution control revolving fund, term of fund program loans: * HB 2309, CH 88 (2016), SB 6150
WATER RIGHTS  WATER RIGHTS RSS Feed
               
Adjudication claims, filing fee: HB 1248
Banking, information about banks in state and, department of ecology role: * SSB 6179, CH 215 (2016)
Banking, restricting water resource impacts mitigation use of: SB 6179
Banking, Yakima basin water banking best practices act, concerning sponsors and mitigation credits: EHB 1187, ESB 5014
Columbia Basin project, federal, exceeding number of acres irrigated, when: SB 6537
Commission, Washington water commission, creating: SB 5801
Dairy purpose of use water rights, modifying "municipal water supply purposes" to include: HB 2788, SB 6215, ESSB 6215
Domestic purposes, withdrawing groundwater without permit, relinquishment exemption, when: HB 1233
Drought preparedness measures, modifying: HB 1836, SHB 1836, E2SHB 1836
Drought, emergency response, appropriations for 2015 and 2015-2017 capital budgets: SB 6125
Drought, emergency response, appropriations for capital projects: ESSB 6125
Drought, water supply during, joint legislative committee on, modifying provisions: HB 1836, SHB 1836, E2SHB 1836
Drought, water supply during, state drought preparedness account funds for drinking water projects: HB 2863
Elwha-Dungeness river basin, WRIA 18, water rights applications, action on: * ESSB 6513, CH 117 (2016)
Fish and wildlife department-managed lands, inventory and lease of rights: HB 1000, SHB 1000
Flows and levels, restricting application of: ESSB 5407
Flows, base and minimum instream, mitigating effect of permit-exempt groundwater withdrawals on, evaluating: SB 5965, SSB 5965
Flows, base and minimum instream, restricting application of: SB 5134
Flows, instream rules adopted by department of ecology, private property loss due to, studying: HB 2952
Flows, instream, proof of water reliance for building permit recipients, application process for: SB 6584
Flows, stream, favorable or enhanced, management of forests to create, optional compensation for: HB 2071
Irrigation and agricultural irrigation, modifying "municipal water supply purposes" to include: HB 2788, SB 6215, ESSB 6215
Nooksack river, claiming and diverting water from, when: HB 1338, SB 5298
Power development, license fee, reporting and expiration: HB 1130, * SHB 1130, CH 75 (2016)
Proof of water reliance, for building permit recipients, application process for: SB 6584
Relinquishment, abolishing by removing all statutory references: HB 1523
Reservations for certain future uses, maintaining: SB 5491
Reservations of water for domestic use, requirements: SB 5129, SSB 5129, ESSB 5407
Skagit river, recharging basin and aiding certain well users, feasibility study: * ESB 6589, CH 227 (2016)
Skagit, Skagit river basin instream resources protection rule: SSB 5129, SB 5131, SB 5135, SB 5136, SB 5407, ESSB 5407
State agency-purchased land, inventory and transfer of rights: SB 5016
Status of water right, process for changing, when: HB 1267
Underground artificial storage and recovery projects, water meeting drinking water standards: SB 5018, SSB 5018
Uninterruptible water supplies for municipal water suppliers, when: SSB 5298
Uninterruptible water supplies for users of Skagit basin permit exempt wells: * ESB 6589, CH 227 (2016)
Waters of the state, certain proposed federal rules under clean water act, enforcement of, prohibiting : HB 2721
Wenatchee river basin, WRIA 45, water rights applications, action on: SB 6513, * ESSB 6513, CH 117 (2016)
WATER-SEWER DISTRICTS  WATER-SEWER DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               
Assumptions of districts by cities, referendum requirement: HB 1417, ESHB 1417, SB 5048, * ESSB 5048, CH 172 (2015)
Contracting and bidding, mandatory competitive, raising dollar threshold for: HB 1410, * ESHB 1410, CH 136 (2015)
Fire sprinkler systems, multipurpose residential, district prohibitions, prohibiting: HB 2503, SHB 2503, SB 6284, * SSB 6284, CH 14 (2016) V
Improvement districts, formation of, challenges by lawsuit and appeals from certain assessments: HB 1197, SB 5350
Lien, document-recording surcharge exemption: HB 1416, SB 5193
Real property, sale requirements and procedures, modifying: HB 1197, SHB 1197, HB 2358, SB 5350, SSB 5350, SB 6147
Warrants for payment of obligations, board issuance of own: HB 1197, SHB 1197, HB 2358, SB 5350, SSB 5350, SB 6147
Water storage asset management services, district authority to contract for: HB 2358, SB 6147
WEEDS  WEEDS RSS Feed
               
Noxious pollen-rich weeds, replacing with honey bee forage plants, pilot project: HB 1654, SHB 1654, 2SHB 1654, * EHB 2478, CH 44 (2016)
Noxious weed control board, provisions concerning: HB 1654, SHB 1654, 2SHB 1654, * EHB 2478, CH 44 (2016)
Noxious weeds on state lands, lien proceedings for unpaid county board control action costs: SB 5769
WILDLIFE  WILDLIFE RSS Feed
               (See also HUNTING)
Bear, black, bait station permit, issuance of, when: HB 1838, SHB 1838
Birds, migratory, annual stamp design, provisions: SB 5380, SSB 5380
Birds, migratory, sale of hunting permits to fund nonwaterfowl migratory bird projects: SB 5380, SSB 5380
Cetacean captivity, unlawful: HB 2115, HB 2888, SB 5666, SB 6582
Cougar control pilot program, using dangerous wildlife task teams, establishing: SB 5940
Damage to livestock and crops, compensation claim damage assessor costs, DFW responsibility: SB 6450
Damage to livestock and crops, compensation claims, prohibiting DFW management actions until paid: SB 5712
Damage to livestock and crops, permitting public hunting as preventive measure, prohibiting DFW from requiring: HB 2870
Dolphins, unlawful cetacean captivity: HB 2115, HB 2888, SB 5666, SB 6582
Elk, updated North Cascade herd plan, legislative review after DFW approval: SB 6199
Endangered species act, draft aquatic lands habitat conservation plan, withdrawing from federal review: ESB 5959
Endangered species act, habitat conservation plans or other DNR agreements under, prohibiting, alternatives: HB 2069
Endangered species recovery, changing listing status on regional basis: HB 1225
Fish and wildlife advisory commission, advisory role of: SB 5817
Fish and wildlife habitat conservation areas, as critical areas, excluding drainage ditches from: SB 6168
Indian tribal treaties and rights, fish and wildlife commission and governor roles: HB 2056
Ivory, elephant or mammoth, lawful sales and unlawful trafficking: HB 1131, SB 5241
Ivory, lawful sales and unlawful distributing: SHB 1131
Mammals, terrestrial, listing status for species, changes to: HB 1199, SB 5583, SSB 5583
Porpoises, unlawful cetacean captivity: HB 2115, HB 2888, SB 5666, SB 6582
Potentially dangerous wild animals, exception to prohibitions, when: HB 2318
Rhinoceros horn, lawful sales and unlawful distributing: SHB 1131
Rhinoceros horn, lawful sales and unlawful trafficking: HB 1131, SB 5241
Species status, listing of, changing: HB 1225
State wildlife account, depositing certain new commercial licensing fees: HB 1563, HB 1948, SB 5531
Whales, unlawful cetacean captivity: HB 2115, HB 2888, SB 5666, SB 6582
Wildlife and recreation program, various recommended changes to: HB 2509, SHB 2509, SB 6227, * SSB 6227, CH 149 (2016)
Wildlife college student loan program, establishing: SB 5318
Wolves, conservation and management plan, amending: HB 1792, HB 2107, SHB 2107, SB 5960, SSB 5960, SB 5962
Wolves, gray wolf conservation and management plan, requesting revisiting of: HJM 4002
Wolves, gray, partial delisting as endangered, threatened, or sensitive species, when: SB 5938
Wolves, managing of wolf-livestock interactions with lethal means, when: HB 1791, SB 5963
Wolves, recovery of, pilot project to explore active options: HB 1224
Wolves, recovery of, studying impact on wild ungulate populations: HB 1676, SHB 1676
WOMEN  WOMEN RSS Feed
               (See also ABORTION; DISCRIMINATION; MINORITIES; MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE)
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
WORKERS' COMPENSATION  WORKERS' COMPENSATION RSS Feed
               (See also INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE APPEALS, BOARD)
Acupuncture, as approved medical aid treatment: HB 2383
Appeals, attorneys' fees and costs, requirements: HB 1611, SHB 1611
Benefits, calculating, convening benefit accuracy working group: * ESB 5510, CH 178 (2015)
Benefits, for liquor- or drug-caused injuries or diseases, limiting, criteria: HB 1454
Catastrophically injured workers, care for, pilot program concerning: SB 5418, SSB 5418
Claims, self-insurer closure requests, adjudication deadline for: HB 2336
Claims, self-insurer deadline for order allowing or denying, additional time order, and temporary disability benefits: SSB 6602
Claims, self-insurer deadline for order allowing or denying, and additional time order and provisional benefits payment: SB 6602
Criminal offenders, correctional industries or community restitution, supervising agency premiums payment, when: HB 2416, SHB 2416
Death benefits, for surviving spouse of LEOFF or WSPRS member: HB 1194, SB 5246
Digital platform, defining for industrial insurance purposes: SSB 6289
Disabilities, permanent partial, continuing treatment: HB 1613, SHB 1613
Disabilities, permanent, hiring persons with, employer incentives: HB 1496, * SHB 1496, CH 137 (2015), SB 5451, SSB 5451
Disabilities, temporary or permanent total, social security offset, modifying: HB 2441, SHB 2441, SB 5586, SSB 5586
Disabilities, temporary total, terminating payments at maximum medical improvement: HB 2338
Disabilities, temporary total, time limit for payments: HB 2337
East Asian medicine practitioners, as approved medical aid treatment providers: HB 2383
Emergency medical technicians, occupational diseases, prima facie presumptions: HB 1602
Emergency medical technicians, occupationally related diseases list for, expanding: HB 2806, SB 6520
Employer fines and civil penalties, appeals of L&I orders or decisions imposing: SB 5507, SSB 5507
Fire investigators, public employee, occupational diseases, prima facie presumptions: HB 1603
Fire investigators, public employee, occupationally related diseases list for, expanding: HB 2806, SB 6520
Firefighters, mandatory hazardous exposures reporting: HB 2805, SHB 2805
Firefighters, occupational disease, including cancers, expanding list: HB 2806, SB 6520
Firefighters, occupational disease, mandatory exposure reporting requirement: HB 1604, * SHB 1604, CH 139 (2015)
For hire vehicles, persons owning or leasing, industrial insurance provisions: HB 1821, SB 5710
Industrial insurance coverage, joint legislative task force on industrial insurance privatization, establishing: SB 6579
Industrial insurance coverage, private competition for: HB 1156, SB 5420
Injuries, worker reporting of, requirements: HB 1253, SB 5576
Limousine operators owning or leasing vehicle, industrial insurance provisions: HB 1821, SB 5710
Maintaining, repairing, and gardening, certain persons hired via digital platform for, entity administering platform not "employer" for industrial insurance: SSB 6289
Medical aid, joint legislative task force on injured workers' independent medical exams, establishing: SB 6597
Medical aid, state agency prescription drug purchasing and reimbursement guidelines, adopting: SB 6593
Medical examinations and consultations, employer and group scheduling authority, when: SB 5512
Occupational disease claims, when valid and compensable, criteria: SB 5509, SSB 5509
Ombuds for employers interacting with L&I, creating: SB 6081, SSB 6081
Remuneration, agricultural farming operations services performed by individual for, not constituting employment, when: SSB 5983
Remuneration, services performed by individual for, not constituting employment, when: SB 5983
Return to work, provisions, studying: SB 5516
Self-insurance, authorizing group plans: SB 5331
Self-insured employer program, certain expenses, use of nonappropriated funds: HB 1395, * SB 5468, CH 177 (2015)
Self-insurers, deadline for order allowing or denying claim, additional time order, and provisional benefits payment by: SB 6602
Self-insurers, deadline for order allowing or denying claim, additional time order, and temporary disability benefits: SSB 6602
Self-insurers, delay or refusal to pay benefits, modifying penalty: HB 1611, SHB 1611, HB 1612
Servants, domestic, coverage exemption when hired via digital platform: HB 2922, SB 6289
Servants, domestic, hired via digital platform, entity administering platform not "employer" for industrial insurance: SSB 6289
Stay-at-work program, certain expenses, use of nonappropriated funds: HB 1395, * SB 5468, CH 177 (2015)
Structured settlements, lowering age barriers: ESB 5513
Structured settlements, lowering age requirement for: HB 1778
Students, unpaid, in work-based learning programs, medical aid benefits coverage: * ESSB 6293, CH 62 (2016)
Taxicab operators owning or leasing vehicle, industrial insurance provisions: HB 1821, SB 5710
Third-party recovery, reimbursement of L&I from, when: SB 5508
Vocational rehabilitation assessments, employer and group scheduling authority, when: SB 5512
Vocational rehabilitation, subcommittee recommendations, making permanent: HB 1496, * SHB 1496, CH 137 (2015), SB 5451, SSB 5451
Voluntary settlement agreements, parties to an allowed claim, including study: SB 5516
Volunteers, private school and higher education students, medical aid benefits coverage, when: SB 6293, * ESSB 6293, CH 62 (2016)
Worker, definition of, adding certain exclusions from, when: ESB 6321
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Career and college-ready lighthouse pilot project and advisory committee, establishing, board role: HB 2948, SHB 2948
Health care workforce, shortages, board to assess: SSB 6485
Teachers, certification, alternative route programs awareness campaign, board role: HB 2382, SHB 2382, HB 2881
Teachers, recruitment into preparation programs and alternate route certification programs, board role: SHB 2573, E2SHB 2573
Teachers, recruitment into preparation programs, board role: * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Workforce training and education, state comprehensive plan, seeking approval of: HCR 4415