Agenda for Monday, February 06, 2012

House Committees

Judiciary Transportation
Ways & Means

Judiciary* -  02/06/12  8:00 am

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

REVISED on 2/2/2012 at 5:23 PM

Public Hearing and Executive Session:  ESSB 6239 - Concerning civil marriage and domestic partnerships.

Executive:  ESSB 6239 - Concerning civil marriage and domestic partnerships.





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Transportation* -  02/06/12  10:00 am

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

REVISED on 2/3/2012 at 12:40 PM

Public Hearing:  
  1. HB 2676 - Concerning the Interstate 5 Columbia river crossing project.
  2. HB 2751 - Concerning local transportation revenue.
  3. HJR 4228 - Amending the state Constitution to include fees collected on barrels of petroleum products to be used for transportation purposes.

Executive Session:  
  1. HB 2455 - Concerning the covering of loads on public highways.
  2. HB 2527 - Concerning intermodal container chassis.
  3. HB 2675 - Concerning eligible toll facilities.
  4. HB 2733 - Concerning rates and charges for storm water control facilities.
  5. HB 2673 - Addressing transportation workforce development.
  6. SHB 2443 - Increasing accountability of persons who drive impaired.
  7. HB 2704 - Creating a road user future funding task force.
  8. HB 2736 - Concerning commercial vehicle regulations for texting while driving and projecting loads.
  9. HB 2182 - Requiring the use of headlights when windshield wipers are used.
  10. HB 2433 - Authorizing the implementation of a facial recognition matching system for drivers' licenses, permits, and identicards.
  11. HB 2273 - Concerning the processing of vehicles impounded by law enforcement for evidentiary purposes.
  12. HB 2601 - Improving public transit through the creation of transit service overlay zones.
  13. HB 2660 - Addressing transportation revenue.
  14. HB 2553 - Concerning nonvoting labor members of public transportation governing bodies.





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Ways & Means* -  02/06/12  10:00 am

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

REVISED on 2/6/2012 at 3:39 PM

Public Hearing:  
  1. HB 2764 - Eliminating accounts and funds.
  2. HB 2254 - Enacting the educational success for youth and alumni of foster care act.
  3. SHB 2265 - Establishing Washington works payments to increase graduation rates, address critical skill shortages, increase student success, and narrow the educational opportunity gap.
  4. 2SHB 2585 - Creating efficiencies for institutions of higher education.
  5. SHB 2227 - Concerning medical assistants.
  6. HB 2304 - Transferring the low-level radioactive waste site use permit program from the department of ecology to the department of health.
  7. SHB 2432 - Promoting local intervention and prevention programs for reducing gang violence.
  8. SHB 2209 - Addressing issues of accountability and funding for alternative learning experience programs.
  9. HB 2586 - Phasing-in statewide implementation of the Washington kindergarten inventory of developing skills.
  10. SHB 2216 - Increasing penalties for vehicular homicide and vehicular assault.
  11. SHB 2279 - Implementing changes to child support based on the child support schedule work group report.
  12. HB 2771 - Addressing employer and employee relationships under the state retirement systems.
  13. SHB 2565 - Providing for the operation of roll your own cigarette machines at retail establishments.
  14. SHB 2230 - Requiring certain health agencies to use administrative law judges from the office of administrative hearings.
  15. SHB 2172 - Changing agency regulatory practices.
  16. HB 2757 - Creating accounts for the center for childhood deafness and hearing loss and for the school for the blind.
  17. SHB 2615 - Authorizing benefit charges for the enhancement of fire protection services.
  18. HB 2748 - Concerning ferry and flood control zone district functions and taxing authorities.
  19. HB 2758 - Strengthening the department of revenue's ability to collect spirits taxes imposed under RCW 82.08.150.
  20. SHB 2592 - Concerning extended foster care services.
  21. SHB 2330 - Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy.
  22. HB 2711 - Narrowing the definition of language access providers.
  23. SHB 2373 - Concerning the state's management of its recreational resources.
  24. 2SHB 2600 - Permitting recreation rock collecting, subject to certain restrictions.
  25. SHB 2483 - Increasing educational attainment.

Executive Session:  
  1. SHB 1559 - Limiting indemnification agreements involving design professionals.
  2. SHB 2246 - Concerning medicaid fraud.
  3. HB 2263 - Reinvesting savings resulting from changes in the child welfare system.
  4. SHB 2264 - Concerning performance-based contracting related to child welfare services.
  5. SHB 2289 - Establishing a flexible approach to child protective services.
  6. SHB 2319 - Implementing the federal patient and protection affordable care act.
  7. HB 2441 - Limiting the impact of excess compensation on state retirement system contribution rates by redefining excess compensation.
  8. SHB 2448 - Creating the high-quality early learning act.
  9. SHB 2452 - Centralizing the authority and responsibility for the development, process, and oversight of state procurement of goods and services.
  10. HB 2474 - Adjusting voting requirements for the renewal of emergency medical service levies.
  11. HB 2502 - Modifying exceptions to the compensating tax provisions for removal from forest land classification to more closely parallel open space property tax provisions.
  12. HB 2530 - Improving accountability for tax preferences.
  13. SHB 2536 - Concerning the use of evidence-based practices for the delivery of services to children and juveniles.
  14. SHB 2538 - Reducing certain requirements affecting school districts.
  15. SHB 2569 - Implementing a voluntary quality rating and improvement system for child care centers and early learning programs.
  16. SHB 2590 - Extending the expiration of the pollution liability insurance agency's authority and its funding source.
  17. HB 2607 - Requiring a six-year budget outlook tied to existing revenues.
  18. HB 2697 - Addressing membership on city disability boards.
  19. HB 2708 - Including the value of solar, biomass, and geothermal facilities in the property tax levy limit calculation.
  20. HB 2738 - Modifying the membership of the select committee on pension policy.
  21. HB 2227 - Regarding medical assistants.
  22. HB 2254 - Enacting the educational success for youth and alumni of foster care act.
  23. HB 2304 - Transferring the low-level radioactive waste site use permit program from the department of ecology to the department of health.
  24. HB 2330 - Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy.
  25. HB 2432 - Promoting local intervention and prevention programs for reducing gang violence.
  26. HB 2585 - Creating efficiencies for institutions of higher education.
  27. HB 2586 - Phasing-in statewide implementation of the Washington kindergarten inventory of developing skills.
  28. HB 2592 - Concerning extended foster care services.
  29. HB 2748 - Concerning ferry and flood control zone district functions and taxing authorities.
  30. HB 2757 - Creating accounts for the center for childhood deafness and hearing loss and for the school for the blind.
  31. HB 2758 - Strengthening the department of revenue's ability to collect spirits taxes imposed under RCW 82.08.150.
  32. HB 2764 - Eliminating accounts and funds.





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