Agenda for Thursday, February 27, 2014

House Committees

Appropriations Appropriations Subcommittee on Education
Appropriations Subcommittee on General Government & Information Technology Appropriations Subcommittee on Health & Human Services
Capital Budget Finance
Transportation

Appropriations* -  02/27/14  3:30 pm

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

REVISED on 2/26/2014 at 10:06 PM

Public Hearing:  
  1. SSB 5173 - Respecting holidays of faith and conscience.
  2. SSB 5360 - Addressing the collection of unpaid wages.
  3. ESSB 6040 - Concerning invasive species.
  4. SSB 6105 - Concerning school library information and technology programs.
  5. ESSB 6228 - Concerning transparency tools for consumer information on health care cost and quality.
  6. 2SSB 6312 - Concerning state purchasing of mental health and chemical dependency treatment services.
  7. SSB 6387 - Concerning individuals with developmental disabilities who have requested a service from a program that is already at capacity.
  8. E2SSB 6552 - Improving student success by modifying instructional hour and graduation requirements.
  9. SSB 6558 - Concerning intensive home and community-based mental health services for medicaid-eligible children.

Possible Executive Session:  
  1. HB 2790 - Adjusting timelines relating to the hospital safety net assessment.
  2. SB 6328 - Concerning deferred compensation plans.





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Appropriations Subcommittee on Education* -  02/27/14  10:00 am

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

REVISED on 2/26/2014 at 1:31 PM

Public Hearing:  
  1. SSB 5969 - Providing for awarding academic credit for military training.
  2. SSB 6129 - Concerning paraeducator development.
  3. SSB 6431 - Concerning assistance for schools in implementing youth suicide prevention activities.
  4. ESSB 6436 - Creating a work group to make recommendations for the continued viability of the college bound scholarship program.
  5. ESSB 6499 - Creating the joint task force on local education financing reform.
  6. SB 6555 - Requiring the Washington institute for public policy to conduct systematic reviews of investments in education.

Executive Session:  
  1. SSB 5969 - Providing for awarding academic credit for military training.
  2. SSB 6129 - Concerning paraeducator development.
  3. SSB 6431 - Concerning assistance for schools in implementing youth suicide prevention activities.
  4. ESSB 6436 - Creating a work group to make recommendations for the continued viability of the college bound scholarship program.
  5. ESSB 6499 - Creating the joint task force on local education financing reform.
  6. SB 6555 - Requiring the Washington institute for public policy to conduct systematic reviews of investments in education.





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Appropriations Subcommittee on General Government & Information Technology* -  02/27/14  10:00 am

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

REVISED on 2/27/2014 at 2:37 PM

Public Hearing:  
  1. ESSB 5045 - Creating a permit to allow day spas to offer or supply without charge wine or beer by the individual glass to a customer for consumption on the premises.
  2. E2SSB 5540 - Expanding opportunities to purchase health care coverage from out-of-state carriers.
  3. 2SSB 5064 - Concerning persons sentenced for offenses committed prior to reaching eighteen years of age.
  4. SB 5981 - Increasing the number of superior court judges in Mason county.
  5. ESSB 6388 - Creating a direct seller license for businesses that sell prepackaged foods directly to consumers through a web site.
  6. SB 6415 - Concerning consecutive sentences for driving under the influence or physical control of a vehicle under the influence of intoxicating liquor, marijuana, or any drug.
  7. ESB 6549 - Creating demonstration projects for preserving agricultural land and public infrastructure in flood plains.
  8. ESB 6194 - Providing a process for county legislative authorities to withdraw from voluntary planning under the growth management act.
  9. SHB 2517 - Concerning wildlife conflict funding to encourage proactive measures.

Possible Executive Session:  
  1. ESSB 5045 - Creating a permit to allow day spas to offer or supply without charge wine or beer by the individual glass to a customer for consumption on the premises.
  2. E2SSB 5540 - Expanding opportunities to purchase health care coverage from out-of-state carriers.
  3. 2SSB 5064 - Concerning persons sentenced for offenses committed prior to reaching eighteen years of age.
  4. SB 5981 - Increasing the number of superior court judges in Mason county.
  5. ESSB 6388 - Creating a direct seller license for businesses that sell prepackaged foods directly to consumers through a web site.
  6. SB 6415 - Concerning consecutive sentences for driving under the influence or physical control of a vehicle under the influence of intoxicating liquor, marijuana, or any drug.
  7. ESB 6549 - Creating demonstration projects for preserving agricultural land and public infrastructure in flood plains.
  8. ESB 6194 - Providing a process for county legislative authorities to withdraw from voluntary planning under the growth management act.
  9. SHB 2517 - Concerning wildlife conflict funding to encourage proactive measures.





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Appropriations Subcommittee on Health & Human Services* -  02/27/14  10:00 am

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

REVISED on 2/26/2014 at 9:26 PM

Public Hearing:  
  1. SB 6284 - Regarding expenditures from the public health supplemental account.
  2. SSB 5975 - Concerning the veterans innovations program.
  3. SSB 5123 - Establishing a farm internship program.

Possible Executive Session:  
  1. SB 6284 - Regarding expenditures from the public health supplemental account.
  2. SSB 5975 - Concerning the veterans innovations program.
  3. SSB 5123 - Establishing a farm internship program.





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Capital Budget* -  02/27/14  8:00 am

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

REVISED on 2/26/2014 at 12:55 PM

Public Hearing:  
  1. HB 2224 - Concerning the 2013-2015 supplemental capital budget.
    1. The hearing is on the proposed substitute by Representatives Dunshee and DeBolt.
  2. HB 2797 - Funding all-day kindergarten and early elementary class size reduction facility needs with lottery revenues.

Possible Executive Session:  
  1. HB 2224 - Concerning the 2013-2015 supplemental capital budget.
  2. HB 2797 - Funding all-day kindergarten and early elementary class size reduction facility needs with lottery revenues.

Budget documents for the proposed 2014 supplemental capital budget by Representatives Dunshee and DeBolt are available at the link below: http://leap.leg.wa.gov/leap/budget/detail/2014/hc2014p.asp



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Finance* -  02/27/14  8:00 am

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

REVISED on 2/26/2014 at 2:16 PM

Possible Executive Session:  
  1. 2SSB 6330 - Promoting affordable housing in unincorporated areas of rural counties within urban growth areas.
  2. SSB 6333 - Concerning tax statute clarifications, simplifications, and technical corrections.
  3. SB 6405 - Providing greater consistency in how nonprofit tax-exempt property may be used without jeopardizing the property's tax-exempt status.





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Transportation* -  02/27/14  10:00 am

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

REVISED on 2/26/2014 at 5:44 PM

Possible Executive Session:  SSB 5467 - Concerning vehicle owner list furnishment requirements.

Work Session:  Focus on Trade: Federal Way and the Timber Industry.

Public Hearing:  
  1. HB 2762 - Making 2013-2015 supplemental transportation appropriations.
  2. SSB 5467 - Concerning vehicle owner list furnishment requirements.

The time for the start of the public hearing on SSB 5467 is 10:00 am. The time for the start of the public hearing on HB/PSHB 2762 is 1:30 pm. Committee documents for PSHB 2762 will be available no later than February 27 at 9:00 am on the LEAP website (http://leap.leg.wa.gov/leap/default.asp).



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