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               (See also CHILD CARE; DOMESTIC RELATIONS; EARLY LEARNING, DEPARTMENT; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS)
Abuse and exploitation of children, sexual, child rescue fund, creating: * 2SHB 1281, CH 279 (2015)
Abuse and exploitation of children, sexual, creating account to combat: HB 1281, SHB 1281, SB 5215, SSB 5215, * 2SSB 5215, CH 84 (2015)
Abuse by school personnel and family, school staff training and response: * HB 2597, CH 48 (2016)
Abuse of child, physical or sexual, convicted adult offender penalty assessment, for children's advocacy centers: HB 2878, SHB 2878
Abuse or neglect, allegations, notifying military when involving military family: HB 1150, * SB 5079, CH 6 (2015)
Abuse or neglect, certain records concerning certain reports of, modifying provisions: HB 1672
Abuse or neglect, including sexual assault, children's advocacy centers for victims: HB 1717, SB 5865
Abuse or neglect, intake and family assessments and investigations: HB 1883
Abuse or neglect, records of, access for child care worker background checks: HB 2621, ESHB 2621, SB 6370, SSB 6370
Abuse or neglect, removing references to exemptions for Christian Science treatment: HB 1476, SB 5408
Abuse, child out-of-home emergency placement, background check request by tribe: * HB 2694, CH 49 (2016), SB 6391, SSB 6391
Abuse, child victims testifying remotely, raising awareness of as legal alternative: HB 1898
Abuse, child victims testifying remotely, raising awareness of as legal alternative, including annual survey: * SHB 1898, CH 286 (2015)
Abuse, female genital mutilation, class B felony, reporting requirements: HB 1423
Abuse, female genital mutilation, plan for education about and prevention and treatment for: HB 2497
Abuse, national child abuse awareness month, observing: * SR 8626 (2015)
Abuse, sexual, by school personnel and peers, requesting action: SJM 8006
Abuse, sexual, K-12 sexual abuse prevention curriculum, Erin's law task force to create: HB 2183, SHB 2183
Assault, suspected child victim, examination of, costs to be paid by state, when: SB 5897, * SSB 5897, CH 100 (2015)
At-risk youth, programs for, group fishing permit for: * SB 5881, CH 98 (2015)
Auburn Youth Services, executive director James Blanchard, recognizing: * SR 8688 (2015)
Autism and developmental delays, screening for, requirements: HB 1365, SB 5317, * SSB 5317, CH 8 (2015)
Autism, individuals with, honoring: * SR 8656 (2015)
Aversive mental health therapies, performing on patients under 18, prohibitions: SB 5870, SSB 5870
Boy Scouts of America, honoring: * SR 8624 (2015)
Child mental health care support services for primary care, PAL plus pilot program: SHB 2439, SSB 6494
Child protective services, near fatality in context of abuse or neglect, review of files and actions, when: SB 5888, SSB 5888, * 2SSB 5888, CH 298 (2015)
Child restraints or safety belts, failure to use, as evidence of negligence in civil action: HB 2278
Child welfare court cases, one family one team public-private partnership, establishing: HB 1734, SHB 1734
Child welfare services, behavioral rehabilitation services, governor's advisory committee on vendor rates, creating: HB 2095, SB 5852, SSB 5852
Child welfare services, behavioral rehabilitation services, reimbursement rates for: HB 2095, SB 5852, SSB 5852
Child welfare services, confidential records disclosure for foster care purposes: 3SHB 1999, * 4SHB 1999, CH 71 (2016)
Child welfare services, demonstration sites and performance-based contracts effects review, extending expirations: * EHB 2749, CH 184 (2016)
Child welfare services, demonstration sites for performance-based contracts, extending expirations: SB 6382, SSB 6382
Child welfare services, homeless youth, crisis residential centers and HOPE centers for: HB 1436, SHB 1436, 2SHB 1436, SB 5404, SSB 5404, * 2SSB 5404, CH 69 (2015)
Child welfare services, homeless youth, in crisis residential centers and HOPE centers, records disclosure: HB 2834, ESHB 2834
Child welfare services, near fatality, review of: SB 5888, SSB 5888, * 2SSB 5888, CH 298 (2015)
Child welfare services, truant youth, crisis residential and HOPE centers: HB 2449, SHB 2449, * 2SHB 2449, CH 205 (2016) PV, SB 6497, SSB 6497, 2SSB 6497
Children's day, celebrating: * HR 4611 (2015)
Conception, Washington state life at conception act, declaring right to life begins at conception: HB 1687
Custody, custodial interference, abduction statutes and residential provisions: * HB 1302, CH 38 (2015), SB 5394
Custody, objection to relocation, provisions concerning: HB 1618
Death or injury, when under 26 and unemancipated, allowing parent to bring civil action for: SB 5782
Depression, screening and provider payment through medical assistance: HB 2439, SHB 2439, SB 6494, SSB 6494, 2SSB 6494
Disabilities, children from birth to age three with, early intervention services: HB 1794, * SB 5879, CH 57 (2016)
Endangerment of child due to unsafe storage of firearm, first and second degree, when: HB 1747, SB 5789, SB 6310
Force, use by law enforcement or school officers to restrain child, when lawful: HB 2776
Gangs, criminal street gang activity at rental properties, law enforcement response: HB 2897, SB 5894
Gangs, involvement prevention, public works prevailing wage exemption for youth recreation projects for: SB 5931
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
Grandparents, qualified, priority placement option in dependency proceedings, when: HB 2067
Health care information, disclosure by provider or facility, parent as personal representative for: SB 6565
Homeless youth prevention and protection act of 2015, implementation, modifications for: HB 2834, ESHB 2834
Homeless youth, from birth to age ten, gathering and analyzing information concerning: HB 1928
Homeless youth, health care informed consent from school personnel: * 3SHB 1682, CH 157 (2016), HB 2396, SHB 2396
Homeless youth, homeless youth act, creating office of homeless youth prevention programs: SSB 5404
Homeless youth, homeless youth act, creating office of homeless youth programs: HB 1436, SHB 1436, 2SHB 1436, SB 5404
Homeless youth, homeless youth prevention act, prevention measures: SB 5932
Homeless youth, homeless youth prevention and protection act, creating office of homeless youth prevention and protection programs: * 2SSB 5404, CH 69 (2015)
Homeless youth, office of homeless youth prevention programs, creating within DSHS: SB 5932
Homeless youth, Washington state homeless youth alert database, establishing: SB 5932
Host home programs, child abuse or neglect reporting requirements: * SHB 2440, CH 166 (2016), SSB 6249
Host home programs, registration with secretary of state's office: * SHB 2440, CH 166 (2016), SSB 6249
Host home programs, removing from "agency" definition, when: HB 2440, * SHB 2440, CH 166 (2016), SB 6249, SSB 6249
Immunization, for school and child care, philosophical or personal objection exemption, eliminating: HB 2009
Immunization, information for expecting parents: * SB 5143, CH 141 (2016)
Immunizations, for influenza, foster home lack of proof of, denial of license due to, prohibiting: HB 2108
Internet crimes against children, including sexual exploitation, child rescue fund, creating: * 2SHB 1281, CH 279 (2015)
Internet crimes against children, including sexual exploitation, new account to combat: HB 1281, SHB 1281, SB 5215, SSB 5215, * 2SSB 5215, CH 84 (2015)
Jewelry, children's, cadmium standards for: HB 1049, SB 5021, SB 6042
Luring of a minor, with intent to harm or to facilitate commission of any crime: SB 6463, * SSB 6463, CH 11 (2016)
Mental health, children's mental health work group, establishing: HB 2439, SHB 2439, * E2SHB 2439, CH 96 (2016), SB 6494, SSB 6494, 2SSB 6494
Military families, children of, the 15 to 1: Jermaine Kearse Foundation, recognizing: * HR 4661 (2016)
Missing and exploited children, task force on, terminating advisory board for: HB 1311, * SB 5270, CH 208 (2016)
Missing children's day, national, supporting: * HR 4642 (2015), * HR 4672 (2016)
Newborns, critical congenital heart disease screening, mandatory: HB 1285, * SHB 1285, CH 37 (2015)
Newborns, safe surrender at health care facilities, information concerning, compiling: HB 2939, SB 6586
Newborns, screening for various disorders, blood sample collection for, consent and specimen destruction: HB 2750
Parental rights amendment, urging Congress to propose to states for ratification: HJM 4003
Parenting plans after dissolution, shared residential schedule: HB 1110
Paternity, genetic testing for, termination of legal responsibilities, when: HB 1524, HB 2612, SB 5006, SSB 5006, 2SSB 5006, SB 6452
Personal information, disclosure of, exemption, when: * HB 1554, CH 47 (2015), SB 5396
Poverty, intergenerational within families, tracking system for and commission on, establishing: HB 2518, ESHB 2518
Products, children's, flame retardants in, limiting: HB 1174, SHB 1174, E2SHB 1174, HB 2545, * ESHB 2545, CH 176 (2016), SB 5056, SSB 5056, 2SSB 5056, SB 5684, SB 6131, SSB 6131, SB 6440, SSB 6440
Rape of a child, in the first degree, removing marriage element: HB 2411
Rape of a child, in the first degree, seriousness level: HB 2705
Safety belts or child restraints, failure to use, as evidence of negligence in civil action: HB 2278
Sexual abuse of children, school staff training and response: * HB 2597, CH 48 (2016)
Sexual and physical abuse of children, convicted adult offender penalty assessment, for children's advocacy centers: HB 2878, SHB 2878
Sexual assault, child victims, nonexclusive information disclosure exemption: * ESHB 1980, CH 224 (2015) PV
Sexual exploitation and abuse of children, child rescue fund, creating: * 2SHB 1281, CH 279 (2015)
Sexual exploitation and abuse of children, creating account to combat: HB 1281, SHB 1281, SB 5215, SSB 5215, * 2SSB 5215, CH 84 (2015)
Sexual exploitation of children, law enforcement administrative subpoena authority use, when: HB 2483, SHB 2483
Sexual exploitation of children, modifying certain penalties for convictions: HB 2533
Sexual misconduct with minor, period when prosecutable: HB 2260
Sexual orientation change efforts, on patients under 18, prohibitions: HB 1972, SB 5870, SSB 5870
Substance abuse, youth substance abuse prevention and education grant program, creating: HB 1642
Tattoos, illegal application to minor, exception for nonmedical removal procedures: SB 6639
Teen summer employment wage, creating: SB 5421
Teen training wage, establishing: SB 5422
Tobacco and vapor products, measures to prevent youth access to: HB 1458, SHB 1458, 2SHB 1458, HB 1645, SHB 1645, E2SHB 1645, HB 2211, SHB 2211, HB 2313, HB 2588, HB 2910, SB 5477, ESSB 5477, SB 5494, SB 5573, SB 6157, SB 6328, * ESSB 6328, CH 38 (2016)
Unborn quick child, murder in first and second degrees, provisions: HB 1831
Unborn viable child, murder in first and second degrees, provisions: HB 2130
Vapor and tobacco products, measures to prevent youth access to: HB 1458, SHB 1458, 2SHB 1458, HB 1645, SHB 1645, E2SHB 1645, HB 2211, SHB 2211, HB 2313, HB 2588, HB 2910, SB 5477, ESSB 5477, SB 5494, SB 5573, SB 6157, SB 6328, * ESSB 6328, CH 38 (2016)
Vapor products, child-resistant packaging and labeling and advertising requirements: SB 5477
Vapor products, child-resistant packaging and labeling and retail sales: HB 2588, SB 6328, * ESSB 6328, CH 38 (2016)
Vapor products, child-resistant packaging and labeling, advertising, and retail sales requirements: SHB 1645, E2SHB 1645, HB 2910, ESSB 5477
Vapor products, selling or giving to minors and possession on public school property, etc., prohibitions: E2SHB 1645
Vapor products, selling or giving to minors and possession on public school property, prohibitions: SHB 1645, HB 2588, HB 2910, ESSB 5477, SB 6328
Vapor products, selling to minors and use on public school property, prohibitions: * ESSB 6328, CH 38 (2016)
Victimization of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth, national day of silence for awareness of, supporting: * SR 8669 (2015)
Victims of crimes, children testifying remotely, raising awareness of as legal alternative: HB 1898
Victims of crimes, children testifying remotely, raising awareness of as legal alternative, including annual survey: * SHB 1898, CH 286 (2015)
Visitation, by grandparents, petitioning the court: SB 5005
Visitation, by relatives, petitioning the court: SB 6658
Wrongful life or wrongful birth, actions for, prohibiting: SB 5747
Youth wage, authority for paying: HB 2291