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Senate Ways & Means - 4/2/2007  1:30 PM

Senate Ways & Means - 4/2/2007  1:30 PM

Senate Ways & Means - 4/2/2007  1:30 PM

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Documents

Public Hearing
  • HB 1038 - Developing regional compacts for siting electric transmission lines.
  • ESHB 1147 - Concerning damage to livestock.
  • SHB 1295 - Dividing water resource inventory area 14 into WRIA 14a and WRIA 14b.
  • E2SHB 1303 - Encouraging the use of cleaner energy.
  • SHB 1409 - Transferring jurisdiction over conversion-related forest practices to local governments.
  • SHB 1651 - Creating the boating activities program.
  • 2SHB 1656 - Establishing the Puget Sound scientific research account.
  • SHB 1761 - Regarding cleanup of hazardous waste.
  • 2SHB 2220 - Regarding shellfish aquaculture.
  • HB 1051 - Expanding high school completion programs.
  • E2SHB 1432 - Granting service credit to educational staff associates for nonschool employment.
  • ESHB 1916 - Applying interest arbitration to certain care providers.
  • ESHB 2111 - Making the governor the public employer of adult family home providers.
  • 2SHB 1488 - Enhancing the state's oil spill response program.
  • E2SHB 1910 - Modifying property tax exemption provisions relating to new and rehabilitated multiple-unit dwellings in urban centers to provide affordable housing requirements.
  • E2SHB 2053 - Providing for improved availability of motor vehicle fuel during power outages or interruptions in electrical service.
  • HB 1450 - Modifying provisions that exempt housing for very low-income households from taxation.
  • 2SHB 1811 - Regarding automatic sprinkler systems in nightclubs.
  • ESHB 2352 - Providing excise tax relief for certain farm services.
  • 2SHB 1106 - Requiring reporting of hospital-acquired infections in health care facilities.
  • ESHB 1414 - Licensing ambulatory surgical facilities.
  • ESHB 1512 - Increasing the amount the treasurer may use for the linked deposit program.
  • EHB 1667 - Regarding fairness and equity in health professions licensing fees.
  • 2SHB 1009 - Establishing work groups to periodically review and update the child support schedule.
  • SHB 1256 - Preventing serious injury and strangulation from window blind cords or other significant safety hazards in child care settings.
  • 2SHB 1334 - Requiring the petitioner in a child welfare case to provide the court with relevant documentation.
  • SHB 1472 - Analyzing and remedying racial disproportionality and racial disparity in child welfare.
  • ESHB 1624 - Reinstating parental rights for adolescents who are in state care and have not been adopted and providing immunity for department of social and health services representatives. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Revising provisions affecting dependent children.)
  • E3SHB 1001 - Combating auto theft.
  • E2SHB 1359 - Creating an affordable housing for all program. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Addressing funding for affordable housing and homeless housing programs.)
  • 2SHB 1636 - Creating a regional transfer of development rights program.
  • 2SHB 1922 - Creating an independent youth housing program.
  • 2SHB 1401 - Regarding the acquisition of land for affordable housing.
  • ESHB 1649 - Authorizing the purchase of an increased benefit multiplier for past judicial service for judges in the public employees' retirement system and the teachers' retirement system.
  • 2SHB 1088 - Improving delivery of children's mental health services.
  • SHB 2361 - Regarding collective bargaining for certain employees of institutions of higher education and related boards.
  • SHB 2304 - Providing for the issuance of a certificate of need for certain cardiac care services.
  • E2SHB 1569 - Reforming the health care system in Washington state. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Improving health insurance coverage in Washington state.)
  • SB 5799 - Reducing business and occupation tax rates for certain fuel distributors.
  • HB 2163 - Creating the public employees' benefits board medical benefits administration account.
Executive Session
  • To be announced.
  • ESHB 1052 - Modifying the legislative youth advisory council.
  • 2SHB 1573 - Authorizing a statewide program for comprehensive dropout prevention, intervention, and retrieval.
  • 2SHB 1906 - Improving mathematics and science education.
  • 2SHB 2262 - Providing salary bonuses for individuals certified by the national board for professional teaching standards.
  • SB 5799 - Reducing business and occupation tax rates for certain fuel distributors.
  • 2SHB 1277 - Expanding competitive local infrastructure financing tools projects.
  • SHB 1287 - Modifying foster children placement provisions.
  • SHB 1333 - Concerning child welfare protections.
  • HB 2357 - Allowing a school district to transfer certain revenue into the district's capital projects account.
  • 2SHB 2055 - Concerning traumatic brain injuries.
  • SB 6168 - Studying excise tax relief for aerospace product development businesses.
  • EHB 2388 - Financing regional centers with seating capacities less than ten thousand that are acquired, constructed, financed, or owned by a public facilities district.
  • SHB 1891 - Providing a business and occupation tax deduction for the sale of certain prescription drugs.
  • HB 1049 - Concerning the Vancouver national historic reserve.
  • SHB 2366 - Requiring oversight of state agency housing decisions.
  • HB 1038 - Developing regional compacts for siting electric transmission lines.
  • ESHB 1147 - Concerning damage to livestock.
  • SHB 1295 - Dividing water resource inventory area 14 into WRIA 14a and WRIA 14b.
  • E2SHB 1303 - Encouraging the use of cleaner energy.
  • SHB 1409 - Transferring jurisdiction over conversion-related forest practices to local governments.
  • SHB 1651 - Creating the boating activities program.
  • 2SHB 1656 - Establishing the Puget Sound scientific research account.
  • SHB 1761 - Regarding cleanup of hazardous waste.
  • 2SHB 2220 - Regarding shellfish aquaculture.
  • HB 1051 - Expanding high school completion programs.
  • E2SHB 1432 - Granting service credit to educational staff associates for nonschool employment.
  • ESHB 1916 - Applying interest arbitration to certain care providers.
  • ESHB 2111 - Making the governor the public employer of adult family home providers.
  • 2SHB 1488 - Enhancing the state's oil spill response program.
  • E2SHB 1910 - Modifying property tax exemption provisions relating to new and rehabilitated multiple-unit dwellings in urban centers to provide affordable housing requirements.
  • E2SHB 2053 - Providing for improved availability of motor vehicle fuel during power outages or interruptions in electrical service.
  • HB 1450 - Modifying provisions that exempt housing for very low-income households from taxation.
  • 2SHB 1811 - Regarding automatic sprinkler systems in nightclubs.
  • ESHB 2352 - Providing excise tax relief for certain farm services.
  • 2SHB 1106 - Requiring reporting of hospital-acquired infections in health care facilities.
  • ESHB 1414 - Licensing ambulatory surgical facilities.
  • EHB 1667 - Regarding fairness and equity in health professions licensing fees.
  • 2SHB 1009 - Establishing work groups to periodically review and update the child support schedule.
  • SHB 1256 - Preventing serious injury and strangulation from window blind cords or other significant safety hazards in child care settings.
  • 2SHB 1334 - Requiring the petitioner in a child welfare case to provide the court with relevant documentation.
  • SHB 1472 - Analyzing and remedying racial disproportionality and racial disparity in child welfare.
  • ESHB 1624 - Reinstating parental rights for adolescents who are in state care and have not been adopted and providing immunity for department of social and health services representatives. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Revising provisions affecting dependent children.)
  • E3SHB 1001 - Combating auto theft.
  • E2SHB 1359 - Creating an affordable housing for all program. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Addressing funding for affordable housing and homeless housing programs.)
  • 2SHB 1636 - Creating a regional transfer of development rights program.
  • 2SHB 1922 - Creating an independent youth housing program.
  • 2SHB 1401 - Regarding the acquisition of land for affordable housing.
  • ESHB 1649 - Authorizing the purchase of an increased benefit multiplier for past judicial service for judges in the public employees' retirement system and the teachers' retirement system.
  • SHB 1124 - Adding the department of natural resources to the definition of "employer" under RCW 41.37.010.
  • HB 2134 - Authorizing port district fire fighter membership in the law enforcement officers' and fire fighters' retirement system plan 2.
  • HB 2163 - Creating the public employees' benefits board medical benefits administration account.
  • 2SHB 1088 - Improving delivery of children's mental health services.
  • SHB 2361 - Regarding collective bargaining for certain employees of institutions of higher education and related boards.
  • SHB 2304 - Providing for the issuance of a certificate of need for certain cardiac care services.
  • E2SHB 1569 - Reforming the health care system in Washington state. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Improving health insurance coverage in Washington state.)
  • ESHB 1512 - Increasing the amount the treasurer may use for the linked deposit program.
  • HB 2032 - Concerning the tax deferral application process for fruit and vegetable processing and storage.