2017 Legislative Session, Day 85 – Part

2017 Legislative Session, Day 85 – Part 1

The Appropriations Committee held public hearings on nineteen bills today. Substitute House Bill 2143 expanding opportunities for higher education students.
Substitute Senate Bill 5022 providing information to students about education loans.
Senate Bill 5037 making a fourth driving under the influence offense a felony.
Substitute Senate Bill 5046 providing public notices of public health, safety, and welfare in a language other than English.
Second Substitute Senate Bill 5107 facilitating local funding and involvement in expanding early childhood education and assistance program eligibility.
Second Substitute Senate Bill 5179 requiring coverage for hearing instruments under public employee and medicaid programs.
Second Substitute Senate Bill 5201 concerning individuals receiving both employment and community access services.
Senate Bill 5252 addressing the effectiveness of document recording fee surcharge funds that support homeless programs.
Second Substitute Senate Bill 5258 creating the Washington academic, innovation, and mentoring (AIM) program.
Second Substitute Senate Bill 5285 conducting a workforce study of employment opportunities in the agriculture, environment, outdoor recreation, and natural resources economic sectors intended to provide educators with the information needed for informing students about employment opportunities in the studied fields.
Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5294 concerning the department of corrections.

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