2018 Legislative Session, Day 16 The Env

Posted January 23, 2018 by WA State Representative David Taylor
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2018 Legislative Session, Day 16
The Environment Committee held public hearings on two bills today. HB 2658 concerning the use of perfluorinated chemicals in food packaging and HB 2793 reducing the use of certain toxic chemicals in firefighting activities.
The Committee may also take Executive Action on one bill today.

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2018 Legislative Session, Day 16 The Loc

Posted January 23, 2018 by WA State Representative David Taylor
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2018 Legislative Session, Day 16
The Local Government Committee held public hearings on five bills today. SHB 1347 concerning the creation of a countywide port district within a county containing no port districts.
HB 2628 concerning the compensation of commissioners of certain metropolitan park districts.)
HB 2665 eliminating certain requirements for the annexation of an unincorporated island of territory.
HB 2719 concerning the size of cities that must establish a law enforcement officers’ and firefighters’ retirement system plan 1 disability board.
HB 2737 studying the constitutional and statutory obligations and tax revenue capacity of local government entities.
The Committee may also take Executive Action on four bills today.

2018 Legislative Session, Day 16 Here’s

Posted January 23, 2018 by WA State Representative David Taylor
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2018 Legislative Session, Day 16
Here’s the House Introduction Sheet for Day 16 of the 2018 Legislative Session.

http://lawfilesext.leg.wa.gov/biennium/2017-18/Pdf/Workroom%20Reports/House%20Introduction%20Report/INTRO%202018-016.pdf

2018 Legislative Session, Day 15 The App

Posted January 22, 2018 by WA State Representative David Taylor
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2018 Legislative Session, Day 15
The Appropriations Committee held public hearings on ten bills today. SHB 1144 amending state greenhouse gas emission limits for consistency with the most recent assessment of climate change science.
SHB 1433 decoupling services and activities fees from tuition.
2SHB 1673 adding training on public works and prevailing wage requirements to responsible bidder criteria.
SHB 2006 providing cities and counties flexibility with existing resources.
HB 2511 – Providing a benefit increase to certain retirees of the public employees’ retirement system plan 1 and the teachers’ retirement system plan 1.
HB 2515 updating the medicaid payment methodology for contracted assisted living, adult residential care, and enhanced adult residential care.
B 2651 increasing the personal needs allowance for people in residential and institutional care settings.
HB 2693 increasing the mandatory retirement age for Washington state patrol officers.
HB 2709 concerning the authority of the law enforcement officers’ and firefighters’ plan 2 retirement board to set the salary of the executive director.
HB 2762 allowing the department to use a different assumption for annual investment returns for the reserve funds for self-insured and state fund pension claims.
The Committee may also take Executive Action on four bills.

2018 Legislative Session, Day 15 The Env

Posted January 22, 2018 by WA State Representative David Taylor
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2018 Legislative Session, Day 15
The Environment Committee held public hearings on two bills today. HB 2652 concerning the initial implementation of recommendations from the collaborative process carried out to implement the state parks operating budget proviso on recreational access fee systems. HB 2803 expanding recreational access to department of fish and wildlife and department of natural resources lands.
The Committee may also take Executive Action on two bills.

2018 Legislative Session, Day 15 The Hou

Posted January 22, 2018 by WA State Representative David Taylor
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2018 Legislative Session, Day 15
The House passed the following bills of the Floor today:
Substitute House Bill 2256 passed 95 to 0 with 3 excused.
Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1884 passed 70 to 25 with 3 excused.
Substitute House Bill 1782 passed 94 to 1 with 3 excused.
Second Engrossed House Bill 2107 passed 95 to 0 with 3 excused.
House Joint Memorial 4002 passed 73 to 22 with 3 excused.
House Joint Memorial 4010 passed 88 to 7 with 3 excused.
Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5375 passed 94 to 1 with 3 excused.
Substitute House Bill 2322 passed 95 to 0 with 3 excused.
Substitute House Bill 2335 passed 93 to 2 with 3 excused.
House Bill 2474 passed 88 to 7 with 3 excused.

2018 Legislative Session, Day 15 This is

Posted January 22, 2018 by WA State Representative David Taylor
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2018 Legislative Session, Day 15
This is the House Introduction Sheet for Day 15 of the 2018 Legislative Session.

http://lawfilesext.leg.wa.gov/biennium/2017-18/Pdf/Workroom%20Reports/House%20Introduction%20Report/INTRO%202018-015.pdf