Agenda for Friday, February 24, 2012

House Committees

Capital Budget Transportation
Ways & Means

Capital Budget* -  02/24/12  9:00 am

Full Committee
House Hearing Rm D
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED on 2/23/2012 at 2:02 PM

Possible Executive Session:  
  1. HB 2168 - Concerning the capital budget.
  2. HB 2792 - Funding education construction with lottery revenues.
  3. HB 2793 - Creating jobs by funding public capital projects.
  4. E2SSB 6211 - Accelerating cleanup of hazardous waste sites.
  5. ESSB 6312 - Promoting job creation by ensuring access to domestic water for home construction.





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Transportation* -  02/24/12  1:30 pm

Full Committee
House Hearing Rm B
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED on 2/23/2012 at 6:44 PM

Public Hearing/Possible Executive Session:  
  1. HB 2787 - Concerning permitting for the replacement of certain elements of the state route number 520 Evergreen Point bridge.
  2. SSB 5246 - Concerning employer review of abstracts of driving records.
  3. ESB 6215 - Establishing an optional transportation benefit district rebate program for low-income individuals.
  4. SSB 6138 - Exempting certain vehicles from the allowable maximum length restriction for vehicles operated on public highways.
  5. SSB 6075 - Addressing the disclosure of vehicle owner information.
  6. SB 6171 - Modifying the weight limitation for certain vessels exempt from the pilotage act.
  7. SSB 6112 - Concerning the use of alternative traction devices on tires under certain conditions.
  8. SB 6340 - Authorizing registered tow truck operators to carry passengers in a vehicle attached to a flatbed tow truck under certain situations.
  9. E2SSB 6284 - Reforming Washington's approach to certain nonsafety civil traffic infractions by authorizing a civil collection process for unpaid traffic fines and removing the requirement for law enforcement intervention for the failure to appear and pay a traffic ticket.
  10. E2SSB 5366 - Regulating the use of off-road vehicles in certain areas.

Executive Session:  
  1. E2SSB 5188 - Harmonizing certain traffic control signal provisions relative to yellow change intervals, certain fine amount limitations, and certain signage and reporting requirements.
  2. ESSB 6582 - Concerning local transportation revenue options.
  3. HB 2787 - Concerning permitting for the replacement of certain elements of the state route number 520 Evergreen Point bridge.
  4. SSB 5246 - Concerning employer review of abstracts of driving records.
  5. E2SSB 5366 - Regulating the use of off-road vehicles in certain areas.
  6. SSB 6075 - Addressing the disclosure of vehicle owner information.
  7. SSB 6112 - Concerning the use of alternative traction devices on tires under certain conditions.
  8. SSB 6138 - Exempting certain vehicles from the allowable maximum length restriction for vehicles operated on public highways.
  9. SB 6171 - Modifying the weight limitation for certain vessels exempt from the pilotage act.
  10. ESB 6215 - Establishing an optional transportation benefit district rebate program for low-income individuals.





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Ways & Means* -  02/24/12  8:00 am

Full Committee
House Hearing Rm A
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

MEETING CANCELLED.



Ways & Means* -  02/24/12  1:30 pm

Full Committee
House Hearing Rm A
John L. O'Brien Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED on 2/24/2012 at 11:16 AM

Public Hearing/Possible Executive Session:  
  1. HB 2129 - Delaying apportionments to school districts for the 2012-13 school year.
  2. ESSB 5895 - Regarding certificated employee evaluations.
  3. HB 2791 - Funding all-day kindergarten.
  4. SSB 6574 - Authorizing certain cities in which stadium and exhibition centers are located to impose admissions taxes in limited circumstances.
  5. SSB 5982 - Creating the joint center for aerospace technology innovation.
  6. SSB 6371 - Extending the customized employment training program.
  7. SSB 6226 - Concerning authorization periods for subsidized child care.
  8. SSB 6386 - Enacting measures to reduce public assistance fraud.
  9. SSB 6493 - Addressing sexually violent predator civil commitment cases.
  10. ESSB 6555 - Implementing provisions relating to child protection.
  11. SB 6079 - Exempting officers and employees of the Washington state institute for public policy from state civil service law.
  12. SSB 6468 - Regarding investment of state research university funds.
  13. SJR 8223 - Amending the Constitution to provide clear authority to state research universities to invest funds as authorized by law.
  14. ESB 5159 - Authorizing the transfer of service credit and contributions into the Washington state patrol retirement system by members who served as commercial vehicle enforcement officers and communications officers and then became commissioned troopers in the Washington state patrol.
  15. SSB 6494 - Improving truancy procedures by changing the applicability of mandatory truancy petition filing provisions to children under seventeen years of age, requiring initial petitions to contain information about the child's academic status, prohibiting issuance of a bench warrant at an initial truancy status hearing, and modifying school district reporting requirements after the court assumes jurisdiction in a truancy case.
  16. E2SSB 6204 - Modifying community supervision provisions.
  17. ESSB 6180 - Reducing costs and inefficiencies in elections.
  18. 2SSB 6165 - Authorizing flexible conservation futures taxing districts.
  19. ESSB 6470 - Authorizing benefit charges for the enhancement of fire protection services.

Possible Executive Session:  
  1. HB 2130 - Eliminating cost-based reimbursement for critical access hospitals.
  2. HB 2139 - Concerning the establishment of new regional support network boundaries.
  3. HB 2142 - Modifying provisions of the prescription monitoring program.
  4. HB 2143 - Modifying community supervision provisions.
  5. SHB 2565 - Providing for the operation of roll your own cigarette machines at retail establishments.
  6. SSB 5381 - Adjusting voting requirements for the renewal of emergency medical service levies.
  7. SB 6571 - Strengthening the department of revenue's ability to collect spirits taxes imposed under RCW 82.08.150.
  8. ESB 5159 - Authorizing the transfer of service credit and contributions into the Washington state patrol retirement system by members who served as commercial vehicle enforcement officers and communications officers and then became commissioned troopers in the Washington state patrol.
  9. ESSB 6180 - Reducing costs and inefficiencies in elections.
  10. SSB 6371 - Extending the customized employment training program.
  11. SSB 6574 - Authorizing certain cities in which stadium and exhibition centers are located to impose admissions taxes in limited circumstances.





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