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Senate Ways & Means - 1/30/2006 1:30 PM

Senate Ways & Means - 1/30/2006 1:30 PM

Senate Ways & Means - 1/30/2006 1:30 PM

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Documents

Public Hearing
  • SB 6484 - Providing local assistance for state narcotics task forces. - NOT HEARD
  • SB 6218 - Extending retirement benefits to domestic partners. - NOT HEARD
  • SB 6585 - Allowing department of fish and wildlife enforcement officers to transfer service credit. - NOT HEARD
  • SB 6722 - Establishing a catastrophic disability allowance under the law enforcement officers' and fire fighters' retirement system, plan 2. - NOT HEARD
  • SB 6723 - Determining the retirement allowance of a member who is killed in the course of employment. - NOT HEARD
  • SB 6724 - Addressing death benefit payments for law enforcement officers' and fire fighters' retirement system, plan 2. - NOT HEARD
  • SB 6673 - Modifying the valuation of motor vehicles for use taxation. - NOT HEARD
  • SB 6757 - Reducing taxes imposed on the provision of physical fitness services. - NOT HEARD
  • SB 6249 - Modifying the property taxation of forest and timber lands. - NOT HEARD
Executive Session
  • SB 6132 - Creating a use tax exemption when converting or merging a federal, foreign, or out-of-state credit union into a state charter.
  • SB 6369 - Providing excise tax exemptions for water services provided by small water systems.
  • SB 6577 - Modifying the electronic administration of the real estate excise tax.
  • SB 6280 - Removing the irrevocable dedication requirement for exemption from property taxes for nonprofit entities.
  • SB 5236 - Providing additional funding to the prevailing wage program of the department of labor and industries by discontinuing the transfer of moneys from the public works administration account to the general fund-state account.
  • SB 6541 - Regarding appeal bond requirements against signatories of the tobacco master settlement agreement.
  • SB 6626 - Providing tax incentives for certain multiple-unit dwellings in urban centers.
  • SB 6338 - Regarding the property tax exemption for seniors and for persons retired due to disability.
  • SB 6230 - Extending the state sales and use tax credit for certain public facilities districts.