Bills to be determined.
SB 6843 - Addressing eligibility requirements for youth placements in HOPE centers and responsible living skills programs.
SB 6792 - Concerning dependency matters.
SB 6703 - Allowing a certificate of discharge to be issued when an existing order excludes or prohibits an offender from having contact with a specified person or business, or coming within a set distance of any specified location.
SB 6628 - Clarifying the state's ability to recover from defendants the cost of mental health treatment provided at state hospitals.
SB 6596 - Providing for the creation of a sex offender policy board.
SB 6583 - Changing provisions relating to eligibility for medical assistance.
SB 6489 - Including level I offenders who fail to maintain registration as required by RCW 9A.44.130 to the statewide notification web site.
SB 6488 - Providing for broader collection of biological samples for the DNA identification of convicted sex offenders and other persons.
SJM 8025 - Requesting that Congress reform current federal financial structure for foster care.
SB 6398 - Regarding fines collected in truancy court actions.
SB 6429 - Requiring the Washington institute for public policy to analyze school attendance and truancy.
SB 6399 - Establishing requirements for patients at the special commitment center seeking a less restrictive alternative.
SB 6373 - Creating the crime of viewing depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
SB 6358 - Adding child care providers, volunteers, and employees to the definition of "predatory" perpetrators for the purposes of filing a special allegation.
SB 6331 - Making temporary any changes to a parenting plan that were based on the military service of a parent.
SB 6193 - Giving county clerks authority to withhold and deliver funds from criminal defendants who owe legal financial obligations.
SB 5295 - Creating an office of corrections ombudsman.