Agenda for Friday, February 28, 2014

Senate Committees

Commerce & Labor Early Learning & K-12 Education
Human Services & Corrections Law & Justice

Commerce & Labor* -  02/28/14  8:00 am

Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 4
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED on 2/27/2014 at 3:14 PM

Public Hearing:  
  1. ESHB 2155 - Preventing theft of alcoholic spirits from licensed retailers.
  2. HB 2302 - Concerning snack bar licenses.
  3. SHB 2371 - Concerning the sale of beer by grocery store licensees.
  4. SHB 1742 - Allowing sales of growlers of wine.
  5. SHB 2706 - Ensuring safe, responsible, and legal acquisition of marijuana by adults.
  6. HB 1348 - Modifying collective bargaining law related to providing additional compensation for academic employees at community and technical colleges.
  7. SHB 2576 - Establishing a mandatory occupational disease exposure reporting requirement for firefighters.
  8. HB 2527 - Establishing the prevailing rate of wage based on collective bargaining agreements or other methods if collective bargaining agreements are not available.

Executive Session:  
  1. HB 2253 - Concerning telecommunications installations.
  2. HB 2254 - Concerning telecommunications work experience for purposes of eligibility toward limited energy specialty electrician certification.
  3. SGA 9213 - Harold W Hanson, Director, Washington State Lottery Commission.
  4. SGA 9220 - Peter W Bogdanoff, Member, Lottery Commission.
  5. HB 1597 - Making marijuana law technical corrections.
  6. HB 2744 - Modifying certain provisions governing veteran-owned businesses.
  7. SHB 2318 - Addressing contractor liability for industrial insurance premiums for not-for-profit nonemergency medicaid transportation brokers.
  8. HB 2473 - Encouraging citizens to serve in the legislature by creating leave provisions for legislative service.
  9. HB 2573 - Requiring the department of licensing to conduct a review of the need for regulation of theatrical wrestling events.
  10. HB 2534 - Requiring fingerprint background checks for the licensing of vehicle dealers and security guards.
  11. ESHB 2680 - Establishing a caterer's license to sell spirits, beer, and wine.
  12. SHB 1805 - Concerning culinary class wine restaurant specialty licenses.
  13. SHB 2125 - Removing the requirements that all fines collected be credited to the Washington horse racing commission class C purse fund account.
  14. SHB 2152 - Addressing industrial insurance requirements and options for owners and lessees of for hire vehicles, limousines, and taxicabs.
  15. SHB 2430 - Concerning athletic trainers.
  16. ESHB 2512 - Concerning cosmetology, hair design, barbering, esthetics, and manicuring.
  17. SHB 1742 - Allowing sales of growlers of wine.
  18. ESHB 2155 - Preventing theft of alcoholic spirits from licensed retailers.
  19. HB 2302 - Concerning snack bar licenses.
  20. SHB 2371 - Concerning the sale of beer by grocery store licensees.
  21. HB 2527 - Establishing the prevailing rate of wage based on collective bargaining agreements or other methods if collective bargaining agreements are not available.
  22. SHB 2706 - Ensuring safe, responsible, and legal acquisition of marijuana by adults.
  23. SGA 9323 - Geoffrey H Simpson, Member, Gambling Commission

Other business.

Committee Meeting Documents
Note: Documents are not available online until the meeting has begun.


Back to Top

Early Learning & K-12 Education* -  02/28/14  8:00 am

Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 1
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

MEETING CANCELLED.



Back to Top

Human Services & Corrections* -  02/28/14  9:45 am

Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 2
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

REVISED on 2/28/2014 at 9:00 AM

Executive Session:  2SHB 1651 - Concerning access to juvenile records.

Possible executive session on bills heard in committee. Other business.

Committee Meeting Documents
Note: Documents are not available online until the meeting has begun.


Back to Top

Law & Justice -  02/28/14  8:00 am

Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 2
J.A. Cherberg Building
Olympia, WA

Public Hearing:  To be announced.

Executive:  
  1. SGA 9260 - Vito R De La Cruz, Member, Human Rights Commission
  2. SGA 9264 - Patrick Escamilla, Member, Sentencing Guidelines Commission
  3. SGA 9180 - Charlene D Strong, Member, Human Rights Commission
  4. ESHB 1840 - Concerning firearms laws for persons subject to no-contact orders, protection orders, and restraining orders.
  5. EHB 2789 - Concerning technology-enhanced government surveillance.
  6. SHB 2102 - Requiring a prisoner to seek authorization from a court before commencing a civil action against the victim of the prisoner's crimes.
  7. 2ESHB 1083 - Authorizing judges of tribal courts and administrative law judges to solemnize marriages. (REVISED FOR SECOND ENGROSSED: Authorizing judges of courts of limited jurisdiction and judges of tribal courts to solemnize marriages. )
  8. SHB 2691 - Regulating legal service contractors.
  9. SHB 2080 - Vacating convictions for certain tribal fishing activities.
  10. SHB 2624 - Clarifying the applicability of child abduction statutes to residential provisions ordered by a court.
  11. ESHB 2556 - Encouraging the establishment of therapeutic courts.
  12. SHB 2492 - Concerning liability of health care providers responding to an emergency.
  13. ESHB 2543 - Establishing a work group on electronic home monitoring.
  14. SHB 2171 - Strengthening economic protections for veterans and military personnel.
  15. ESHB 2353 - Concerning actions for trespass upon a business owner's premises.
  16. SHB 2196 - Concerning the use of the judicial information system by courts before granting certain orders.
  17. SHB 2057 - Modifying arrest without warrant provisions.
  18. HB 1145 - Providing credit towards child support obligations for veterans benefits.
  19. SHB 2205 - Modifying mental status evaluation provisions.
  20. HB 1064 - Making technical changes to form year designations.
  21. 2ESHB 1117 - Concerning the transfer of real property by deed taking effect at the grantor's death.
  22. SB 6566 - Affirming the authority of the clemency and pardons board to make recommendations to the governor regarding petitions for reprieve to ensure that victims, law enforcement, prisoners, and others are heard.
  23. SHB 1292 - Vacating prostitution convictions.
  24. SHB 1791 - Concerning trafficking.
  25. SHB 1171 - Clarifying pretrial release programs.

Possible executive session on bills heard in committee. Other business.

Committee Meeting Documents
Note: Documents are not available online until the meeting has begun.


Back to Top