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EIGHTY-SEVENTH DAY

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MORNING SESSION

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Senate Chamber, Olympia, Wednesday, April 9, 1997

      The Senate was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by President Owen. The Secretary called the roll and announced to the President that all Senators were present except Senators Bauer, Benton, Finkbeiner, Horn, Patterson, Prentice, Rasmussen and Sellar. On motion of Senator Hale, Senators Benton, Finkbeiner and Horn were excused. On motion of Senator Franklin, Senators Bauer, Patterson, Prentice and Rasmussen were excused.

      The Sergeant at Arms Color Guard, consisting of Pages Marcus Croskey and Andrea Grassl, presented the Colors. Jim Cammack of the Baha'i Community of Olympia, offered the prayer.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Johnson, the reading of the Journal of the previous day was dispensed with and it was approved.



MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR

GUBERNATORIAL APPOINTMENT

April 4, 1997


TO THE HONORABLE, THE SENATE OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON

Ladies and Gentlemen:

      I have the honor to submit the following appointment, subject to your confirmation.

      The Reverend Edward Glynn, S.J., appointed April 4, 1997, for a term ending June 30, 2000, as a member of the Spokane Joint Center for Higher Education.

Sincerely,

GARY LOCKE, Governor

      Referred to the Committee on Higher Education.


MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR


April 8, 1997

TO THE HONORABLE, THE SENATE OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON

Ladies and Gentlemen:

      I have the honor to advise you that on April 8, 1997, Governor Locke approved the following Senate Bill entitled:

      Substitute Senate Bill No. 5464

      Relating to gender equity in higher education.

Sincerely,

EVERETT H. BILLINGSLEA, General Counsel


MESSAGES FROM THE HOUSE

April 7, 1997

MR. PRESIDENT:

      The House has passed ENGROSSED SECOND SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1777, and the same is herewith transmitted.

TIMOTHY A. MARTIN, Chief Clerk


April 8, 1997

MR. PRESIDENT:

      The Speaker has signed SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1320, and the same is herewith transmitted.

TIMOTHY A. MARTIN, Chief Clerk


SIGNED BY THE PRESIDENT


      The President signed:

      SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1320.


INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING OF HOUSE BILL

 

E2SHB 1777      by House Committee on Appropriations (originally sponsored by Representatives Huff, H. Sommers, Alexander, Benson, Clements, Wensman and O'Brien) (by request of Office of Financial Management)

 

Changing the timelines for development and implementation of the student assessment system.

 

Referred to Committee on Education.


SECOND READING

CONFIRMATION OF GUBERNATORIAL APPOINTMENTS


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Long, Gubernatorial Appointment No. 9149, Nancy J. Donigan, as a member of the State Hospital, Western Washington Advisory Board, was confirmed.

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APPOINTMENT OF NANCY J. DONIGAN


      The Secretary called the roll. The appointment was confirmed by the following vote: Yeas, 41; Nays, 0; Absent, 1; Excused, 7.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Prince, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, West, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 41.          Absent: Senator Sellar - 1.           Excused: Senators Bauer, Benton, Finkbeiner, Horn, Patterson, Prentice and Rasmussen - 7.

MOTION


      On motion of Senator Hale, Senator Sellar was excused.

MOTION


      On motion of Senator Wood, Gubernatorial Appointment No. 9136, Tom Borgaila, as a member of the Board of Trustees for the State School for the Deaf, was confirmed.

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APPOINTMENT OF TOM BORGAILA


      The Secretary called the roll. The appointment was confirmed by the following vote: Yeas, 41; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 8.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Prince, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, West, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 41.          Excused: Senators Bauer, Benton, Finkbeiner, Horn, Patterson, Prentice, Rasmussen and Sellar - 8.

MOTION


      On motion of Senator Hale, Senator Swecker was excused.

MOTION


      On motion of Senator Hochstatter, Gubernatorial Appointment No. 9154, Bill Frank, Jr., as a member of the Board of Trustees for The Evergreen State College, was confirmed.

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APPOINTMENT OF BILL FRANK, JR.


      The Secretary called the roll. The appointment was confirmed by the following vote: Yeas, 45; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 4.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Thibaudeau, West, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 45. Excused: Senators Benton, Horn, Patterson and Swecker - 4.

MOTION


      On motion of Senate Anderson, the following resolution was adopted:


SENATE RESOLUTION 1997-8648


By Senators Anderson, Newhouse, Goings, Fraser, Prince, Morton, Rasmussen, Oke, Sellar, Snyder, Swecker, McAuliffe, Zarelli and Spanel


      WHEREAS, The Washington State Legislature has designated that the second Wednesday in April each year is celebrated as Arbor Day; and

      WHEREAS, Arbor Day is a day to recognize our state tree, the western hemlock, and state flower, the rhododendron; and

      WHEREAS, Arbor Day is a traditional day for the planting of trees and shrubs by citizens in the state of Washington; and

      WHEREAS, Arbor Day has been celebrated in Washington since 1917, when Governor Ernest Lister conducted the first official observance; and

      WHEREAS, Nurseries, orchards, tree farms, public and private forests, horticulturists, and home orchards and gardens all add to the beauty and vigor of our state; and

      WHEREAS, Arbor Day focuses community attention on planting trees while educating school children and community groups about the value of trees; and

      WHEREAS, Arbor Day is a symbolic day to recognize the importance of trees and shrubs to the environment, in neighborhoods and communities, in the state's agricultural and timber-based economy, and the importance of continued regeneration of our renewable resources; and

      WHEREAS, The state of Washington is appropriately called the Evergreen State due to the existence and special significance that trees and plants contribute to our jobs, natural beauty, environment, and quality of life to our citizens; and

      WHEREAS, By observing Arbor Day every year, the citizens of the state can show their appreciation for the state's natural resources, the full range of benefits that are provided from trees and shrubs in the state, and the importance of planting trees and shrubs throughout the year;

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Senate of the state of Washington proclaim April 9, 1997, as Arbor Day and encourage residents to plant a tree or shrub and celebrate this day.


      Senators Anderson and Oke spoke to Senate Resolution 1997-8648.


MOTION


      At 9:27 a.m. on motion of Senator Johnson, the Senate was declared to be at ease.


      The Senate was called to order at 10:43 a.m. by President Owen.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Johnson, the Senate returned to the sixth order of business.


SECOND READING


      SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1047, by House Committee on Higher Education (originally sponsored by Representatives Carlson, Radcliff, Dunn and O'Brien)

 

Changing tuition waivers for members of the Washington national guard and employees of institutions of higher education.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Wood, the rules were suspended, Substitute House Bill No. 1047 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      Debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1047.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1047 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 47; Nays, 0; Absent, 1; Excused, 1.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, West, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 47.    Absent: Senator Prince - 1.    Excused: Senator Benton - 1.                SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1047, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      HOUSE BILL NO. 1066, by Representatives Pennington, Chopp, Mason, Costa, Skinner, Hankins, Ogden and L. Thomas

 

Providing for the maintenance of state facilities.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator McCaslin, the rules were suspended, House Bill No. 1066 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of House Bill No. 1066.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of House Bill No. 1066 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 48; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 1.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, West, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 48.    Excused: Senator Benton - 1.                HOUSE BILL NO. 1066, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1234, by House Committee on Commerce and Labor (originally sponsored by Representatives Cairnes, Mason, Clements, Mulliken, Thompson, McMorris, Reams, Honeyford, Sterk, Kenney, Blalock, Cody, Keiser, Conway, Cooper, O'Brien, Tokuda, Dunshee, Wood, Fisher and Kastama)

 

Modifying the size of the state advisory board of plumbers.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Schow, the rules were suspended, Substitute House Bill No. 1234 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1234.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1234 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 47; Nays, 0; Absent, 1; Excused, 1.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 47.    Absent: Senator West - 1.      Excused: Senator Benton - 1.                SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1234, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1271, by House Committee on Government Administration (originally sponsored by Representatives L. Thomas, Scott, D. Sommers, Dunshee, Doumit, Mulliken, Gardner, Wensman and D. Schmidt)

 

Relating to the establishment of commissioner districts and the election of commissioners of public hospital districts.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator McCaslin, the rules were suspended, Substitute House Bill No. 1271 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      Debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1271.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1271 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 48; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 1.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, West, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 48.    Excused: Senator Benton - 1.                SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1271, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      HOUSE BILL NO. 1278, by Representatives K. Schmidt, Hatfield, Mitchell, Pennington, Scott, Mielke, Cody, Honeyford and Delvin

 

Concerning the labeling of malt liquor packages.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Schow, the rules were suspended, House Bill No. 1278 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of House Bill No. 1278.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of House Bill No. 1278 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 47; Nays, 0; Absent, 1; Excused, 1.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 47.    Absent: Senator West - 1.      Excused: Senator Benton - 1.                HOUSE BILL NO. 1278, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1491, by House Committee on Children and Family Services (originally sponsored by Representatives Cody, Cooke, Tokuda, Dyer, Murray, Ogden and Costa)

 

Changing references from guide or service dog to dog guide or service animal.


      The bill was read the second time.

MOTIONS


      On motion of Senator Long, the following Committee on Human Services and Corrections amendment was adopted:

      Strike everything after the enacting clause and insert the following:     "Sec. 1. RCW 49.60.010 and 1995 c 259 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:  This chapter shall be known as the "law against discrimination". It is an exercise of the police power of the state for the protection of the public welfare, health, and peace of the people of this state, and in fulfillment of the provisions of the Constitution of this state concerning civil rights. The legislature hereby finds and declares that practices of discrimination against any of its inhabitants because of race, creed, color, national origin, families with children, sex, marital status, age, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person are a matter of state concern, that such discrimination threatens not only the rights and proper privileges of its inhabitants but menaces the institutions and foundation of a free democratic state. A state agency is herein created with powers with respect to elimination and prevention of discrimination in employment, in credit and insurance transactions, in places of public resort, accommodation, or amusement, and in real property transactions because of race, creed, color, national origin, families with children, sex, marital status, age, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person; and the commission established hereunder is hereby given general jurisdiction and power for such purposes.       Sec. 2. RCW 49.60.030 and 1995 c 135 s 3 are each amended to read as follows:               (1) The right to be free from discrimination because of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person is recognized as and declared to be a civil right. This right shall include, but not be limited to:               (a) The right to obtain and hold employment without discrimination;   (b) The right to the full enjoyment of any of the accommodations, advantages, facilities, or privileges of any place of public resort, accommodation, assemblage, or amusement;        (c) The right to engage in real estate transactions without discrimination, including discrimination against families with children;             (d) The right to engage in credit transactions without discrimination;              (e) The right to engage in insurance transactions or transactions with health maintenance organizations without discrimination: PROVIDED, That a practice which is not unlawful under RCW 48.30.300, 48.44.220, or 48.46.370 does not constitute an unfair practice for the purposes of this subparagraph; and                (f) The right to engage in commerce free from any discriminatory boycotts or blacklists. Discriminatory boycotts or blacklists for purposes of this section shall be defined as the formation or execution of any express or implied agreement, understanding, policy or contractual arrangement for economic benefit between any persons which is not specifically authorized by the laws of the United States and which is required or imposed, either directly or indirectly, overtly or covertly, by a foreign government or foreign person in order to restrict, condition, prohibit, or interfere with or in order to exclude any person or persons from any business relationship on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person, or national origin or lawful business relationship: PROVIDED HOWEVER, That nothing herein contained shall prohibit the use of boycotts as authorized by law pertaining to labor disputes and unfair labor practices.          (2) Any person deeming himself or herself injured by any act in violation of this chapter shall have a civil action in a court of competent jurisdiction to enjoin further violations, or to recover the actual damages sustained by the person, or both, together with the cost of suit including reasonable attorneys' fees or any other appropriate remedy authorized by this chapter or the United States Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, or the Federal Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 3601 et seq.).              (3) Except for any unfair practice committed by an employer against an employee or a prospective employee, or any unfair practice in a real estate transaction which is the basis for relief specified in the amendments to RCW 49.60.225 contained in chapter 69, Laws of 1993, any unfair practice prohibited by this chapter which is committed in the course of trade or commerce as defined in the Consumer Protection Act, chapter 19.86 RCW, is, for the purpose of applying that chapter, a matter affecting the public interest, is not reasonable in relation to the development and preservation of business, and is an unfair or deceptive act in trade or commerce.     Sec. 3. RCW 49.60.040 and 1995 c 259 s 2 are each amended to read as follows:   As used in this chapter:          (1) "Person" includes one or more individuals, partnerships, associations, organizations, corporations, cooperatives, legal representatives, trustees and receivers, or any group of persons; it includes any owner, lessee, proprietor, manager, agent, or employee, whether one or more natural persons; and further includes any political or civil subdivisions of the state and any agency or instrumentality of the state or of any political or civil subdivision thereof;             (2) "Commission" means the Washington state human rights commission;               (3) "Employer" includes any person acting in the interest of an employer, directly or indirectly, who employs eight or more persons, and does not include any religious or sectarian organization not organized for private profit;                 (4) "Employee" does not include any individual employed by his or her parents, spouse, or child, or in the domestic service of any person;    (5) "Labor organization" includes any organization which exists for the purpose, in whole or in part, of dealing with employers concerning grievances or terms or conditions of employment, or for other mutual aid or protection in connection with employment;      (6) "Employment agency" includes any person undertaking with or without compensation to recruit, procure, refer, or place employees for an employer;            (7) "Marital status" means the legal status of being married, single, separated, divorced, or widowed;      (8) "National origin" includes "ancestry";              (9) "Full enjoyment of" includes the right to purchase any service, commodity, or article of personal property offered or sold on, or by, any establishment to the public, and the admission of any person to accommodations, advantages, facilities, or privileges of any place of public resort, accommodation, assemblage, or amusement, without acts directly or indirectly causing persons of any particular race, creed, color, sex, national origin, or with any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person, to be treated as not welcome, accepted, desired, or solicited;      (10) "Any place of public resort, accommodation, assemblage, or amusement" includes, but is not limited to, any place, licensed or unlicensed, kept for gain, hire, or reward, or where charges are made for admission, service, occupancy, or use of any property or facilities, whether conducted for the entertainment, housing, or lodging of transient guests, or for the benefit, use, or accommodation of those seeking health, recreation, or rest, or for the burial or other disposition of human remains, or for the sale of goods, merchandise, services, or personal property, or for the rendering of personal services, or for public conveyance or transportation on land, water, or in the air, including the stations and terminals thereof and the garaging of vehicles, or where food or beverages of any kind are sold for consumption on the premises, or where public amusement, entertainment, sports, or recreation of any kind is offered with or without charge, or where medical service or care is made available, or where the public gathers, congregates, or assembles for amusement, recreation, or public purposes, or public halls, public elevators, and public washrooms of buildings and structures occupied by two or more tenants, or by the owner and one or more tenants, or any public library or educational institution, or schools of special instruction, or nursery schools, or day care centers or children's camps: PROVIDED, That nothing contained in this definition shall be construed to include or apply to any institute, bona fide club, or place of accommodation, which is by its nature distinctly private, including fraternal organizations, though where public use is permitted that use shall be covered by this chapter; nor shall anything contained in this definition apply to any educational facility, columbarium, crematory, mausoleum, or cemetery operated or maintained by a bona fide religious or sectarian institution;         (11) "Real property" includes buildings, structures, dwellings, real estate, lands, tenements, leaseholds, interests in real estate cooperatives, condominiums, and hereditaments, corporeal and incorporeal, or any interest therein;      (12) "Real estate transaction" includes the sale, appraisal, brokering, exchange, purchase, rental, or lease of real property, transacting or applying for a real estate loan, or the provision of brokerage services;        (13) "Dwelling" means any building, structure, or portion thereof that is occupied as, or designed or intended for occupancy as, a residence by one or more families, and any vacant land that is offered for sale or lease for the construction or location thereon of any such building, structure, or portion thereof;               (14) "Sex" means gender;      (15) "Aggrieved person" means any person who: (a) Claims to have been injured by an unfair practice in a real estate transaction; or (b) believes that he or she will be injured by an unfair practice in a real estate transaction that is about to occur;            (16) "Complainant" means the person who files a complaint in a real estate transaction;       (17) "Respondent" means any person accused in a complaint or amended complaint of an unfair practice in a real estate transaction;          (18) "Credit transaction" includes any open or closed end credit transaction, whether in the nature of a loan, retail installment transaction, credit card issue or charge, or otherwise, and whether for personal or for business purposes, in which a service, finance, or interest charge is imposed, or which provides for repayment in scheduled payments, when such credit is extended in the regular course of any trade or commerce, including but not limited to transactions by banks, savings and loan associations or other financial lending institutions of whatever nature, stock brokers, or by a merchant or mercantile establishment which as part of its ordinary business permits or provides that payment for purchases of property or service therefrom may be deferred;               (19) "Families with children status" means one or more individuals who have not attained the age of eighteen years being domiciled with a parent or another person having legal custody of such individual or individuals, or with the designee of such parent or other person having such legal custody, with the written permission of such parent or other person. Families with children status also applies to any person who is pregnant or is in the process of securing legal custody of any individual who has not attained the age of eighteen years;       (20) "Covered multifamily dwelling" means: (a) Buildings consisting of four or more dwelling units if such buildings have one or more elevators; and (b) ground floor dwelling units in other buildings consisting of four or more dwelling units;    (21) "Premises" means the interior or exterior spaces, parts, components, or elements of a building, including individual dwelling units and the public and common use areas of a building;          (22) "Dog guide" means a dog that is trained for the purpose of guiding blind persons or a dog that is trained for the purpose of assisting hearing impaired persons;      (23) "Service animal" means an animal that is trained for the purpose of assisting or accommodating a disabled person's sensory, mental, or physical disability.    Sec. 4. RCW 49.60.120 and 1993 c 510 s 6 and 1993 c 69 s 4 are each reenacted and amended to read as follows:      The commission shall have the functions, powers and duties:               (1) To appoint an executive director and chief examiner, and such investigators, examiners, clerks, and other employees and agents as it may deem necessary, fix their compensation within the limitations provided by law, and prescribe their duties.                 (2) To obtain upon request and utilize the services of all governmental departments and agencies.            (3) To adopt, promulgate, amend, and rescind suitable rules and regulations to carry out the provisions of this chapter, and the policies and practices of the commission in connection therewith.         (4) To receive, impartially investigate, and pass upon complaints alleging unfair practices as defined in this chapter.      (5) To issue such publications and such results of investigations and research as in its judgment will tend to promote good will and minimize or eliminate discrimination because of sex, race, creed, color, national origin, marital status, age, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person.         (6) To make such technical studies as are appropriate to effectuate the purposes and policies of this chapter and to publish and distribute the reports of such studies.        (7) To cooperate and act jointly or by division of labor with the United States or other states, with other Washington state agencies, commissions, and other government entities, and with political subdivisions of the state of Washington and their respective human rights agencies to carry out the purposes of this chapter. However, the powers which may be exercised by the commission under this subsection permit investigations and complaint dispositions only if the investigations are designed to reveal, or the complaint deals only with, allegations which, if proven, would constitute unfair practices under this chapter. The commission may perform such services for these agencies and be reimbursed therefor.       (8) To foster good relations between minority and majority population groups of the state through seminars, conferences, educational programs, and other intergroup relations activities.              Sec. 5. RCW 49.60.130 and 1993 c 510 s 7 are each amended to read as follows:   The commission has power to create such advisory agencies and conciliation councils, local, regional, or state-wide, as in its judgment will aid in effectuating the purposes of this chapter. The commission may empower them to study the problems of discrimination in all or specific fields of human relationships or in specific instances of discrimination because of sex, race, creed, color, national origin, marital status, age, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person; to foster through community effort or otherwise good will, cooperation, and conciliation among the groups and elements of the population of the state, and to make recommendations to the commission for the development of policies and procedures in general and in specific instances, and for programs of formal and informal education which the commission may recommend to the appropriate state agency.                 Such advisory agencies and conciliation councils shall be composed of representative citizens, serving without pay, but with reimbursement for travel expenses in accordance with RCW 43.03.050 and 43.03.060 as now existing or hereafter amended, and the commission may make provision for technical and clerical assistance to such agencies and councils and for the expenses of such assistance. The commission may use organizations specifically experienced in dealing with questions of discrimination.      Sec. 6. RCW 49.60.174 and 1993 c 510 s 8 are each amended to read as follows:               (1) For the purposes of determining whether an unfair practice under this chapter has occurred, claims of discrimination based on actual or perceived HIV infection shall be evaluated in the same manner as other claims of discrimination based on sensory, mental, or physical disability; or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person.                (2) Subsection (1) of this section shall not apply to transactions with insurance entities, health service contractors, or health maintenance organizations subject to RCW 49.60.030(1)(e) or 49.60.178 to prohibit fair discrimination on the basis of actual HIV infection status when bona fide statistical differences in risk or exposure have been substantiated.      (3) For the purposes of this chapter, "HIV" means the human immunodeficiency virus, and includes all HIV and HIV-related viruses which damage the cellular branch of the human immune system and leave the infected person immunodeficient.               Sec. 7. RCW 49.60.175 and 1993 c 510 s 9 are each amended to read as follows:   It shall be an unfair practice to use the sex, race, creed, color, national origin, marital status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability of any person, or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person, concerning an application for credit in any credit transaction to determine the credit worthiness of an applicant.      Sec. 8. RCW 49.60.176 and 1993 c 510 s 10 are each amended to read as follows:             (1) It is an unfair practice for any person whether acting for himself, herself, or another in connection with any credit transaction because of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person:               (a) To deny credit to any person;       (b) To increase the charges or fees for or collateral required to secure any credit extended to any person;    (c) To restrict the amount or use of credit extended or to impose different terms or conditions with respect to the credit extended to any person or any item or service related thereto;    (d) To attempt to do any of the unfair practices defined in this section.      (2) Nothing in this section shall prohibit any party to a credit transaction from considering the credit history of any individual applicant.      (3) Further, nothing in this section shall prohibit any party to a credit transaction from considering the application of the community property law to the individual case or from taking reasonable action thereon.           Sec. 9. RCW 49.60.178 and 1993 c 510 s 11 are each amended to read as follows:  It is an unfair practice for any person whether acting for himself, herself, or another in connection with an insurance transaction or transaction with a health maintenance organization to cancel or fail or refuse to issue or renew insurance or a health maintenance agreement to any person because of sex, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person: PROVIDED, That a practice which is not unlawful under RCW 48.30.300, 48.44.220, or 48.46.370 does not constitute an unfair practice for the purposes of this section. For the purposes of this section, "insurance transaction" is defined in RCW 48.01.060, health maintenance agreement is defined in RCW 48.46.020, and "health maintenance organization" is defined in RCW 48.46.020.           The fact that such unfair practice may also be a violation of chapter 48.30, 48.44, or 48.46 RCW does not constitute a defense to an action brought under this section.                  The insurance commissioner, under RCW 48.30.300, and the human rights commission, under chapter 49.60 RCW, shall have concurrent jurisdiction under this section and shall enter into a working agreement as to procedure to be followed in complaints under this section.        Sec. 10. RCW 49.60.180 and 1993 c 510 s 12 are each amended to read as follows:           It is an unfair practice for any employer:                (1) To refuse to hire any person because of age, sex, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person, unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification: PROVIDED, That the prohibition against discrimination because of such disability shall not apply if the particular disability prevents the proper performance of the particular worker involved.           (2) To discharge or bar any person from employment because of age, sex, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person.     (3) To discriminate against any person in compensation or in other terms or conditions of employment because of age, sex, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person: PROVIDED, That it shall not be an unfair practice for an employer to segregate washrooms or locker facilities on the basis of sex, or to base other terms and conditions of employment on the sex of employees where the commission by regulation or ruling in a particular instance has found the employment practice to be appropriate for the practical realization of equality of opportunity between the sexes.               (4) To print, or circulate, or cause to be printed or circulated any statement, advertisement, or publication, or to use any form of application for employment, or to make any inquiry in connection with prospective employment, which expresses any limitation, specification, or discrimination as to age, sex, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person, or any intent to make any such limitation, specification, or discrimination, unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification: PROVIDED, Nothing contained herein shall prohibit advertising in a foreign language.                Sec. 11. RCW 49.60.190 and 1993 c 510 s 13 are each amended to read as follows:  It is an unfair practice for any labor union or labor organization:     (1) To deny membership and full membership rights and privileges to any person because of age, sex, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person.            (2) To expel from membership any person because of age, sex, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person.                (3) To discriminate against any member, employer, employee, or other person to whom a duty of representation is owed because of age, sex, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person.               Sec. 12. RCW 49.60.200 and 1993 c 510 s 14 are each amended to read as follows:      It is an unfair practice for any employment agency to fail or refuse to classify properly or refer for employment, or otherwise to discriminate against, an individual because of age, sex, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person, or to print or circulate, or cause to be printed or circulated any statement, advertisement, or publication, or to use any form of application for employment, or to make any inquiry in connection with prospective employment, which expresses any limitation, specification or discrimination as to age, sex, race, creed, color, or national origin, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person, or any intent to make any such limitation, specification, or discrimination, unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification: PROVIDED, Nothing contained herein shall prohibit advertising in a foreign language.                  Sec. 13. RCW 49.60.215 and 1993 c 510 s 16 are each amended to read as follows:          It shall be an unfair practice for any person or the person's agent or employee to commit an act which directly or indirectly results in any distinction, restriction, or discrimination, or the requiring of any person to pay a larger sum than the uniform rates charged other persons, or the refusing or withholding from any person the admission, patronage, custom, presence, frequenting, dwelling, staying, or lodging in any place of public resort, accommodation, assemblage, or amusement, except for conditions and limitations established by law and applicable to all persons, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person: PROVIDED, That this section shall not be construed to require structural changes, modifications, or additions to make any place accessible to a disabled person except as otherwise required by law: PROVIDED, That behavior or actions constituting a risk to property or other persons can be grounds for refusal and shall not constitute an unfair practice.   Sec. 14. RCW 49.60.222 and 1995 c 259 s 3 are each amended to read as follows:             (1) It is an unfair practice for any person, whether acting for himself, herself, or another, because of sex, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, families with children status, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a disabled person:         (a) To refuse to engage in a real estate transaction with a person;         (b) To discriminate against a person in the terms, conditions, or privileges of a real estate transaction or in the furnishing of facilities or services in connection therewith;      (c) To refuse to receive or to fail to transmit a bona fide offer to engage in a real estate transaction from a person;             (d) To refuse to negotiate for a real estate transaction with a person;    (e) To represent to a person that real property is not available for inspection, sale, rental, or lease when in fact it is so available, or to fail to bring a property listing to his or her attention, or to refuse to permit the person to inspect real property;     (f) To discriminate in the sale or rental, or to otherwise make unavailable or deny a dwelling, to any person; or to a person residing in or intending to reside in that dwelling after it is sold, rented, or made available; or to any person associated with the person buying or renting;          (g) To make, print, circulate, post, or mail, or cause to be so made or published a statement, advertisement, or sign, or to use a form of application for a real estate transaction, or to make a record or inquiry in connection with a prospective real estate transaction, which indicates, directly or indirectly, an intent to make a limitation, specification, or discrimination with respect thereto;                 (h) To offer, solicit, accept, use, or retain a listing of real property with the understanding that a person may be discriminated against in a real estate transaction or in the furnishing of facilities or services in connection therewith;                (i) To expel a person from occupancy of real property;       (j) To discriminate in the course of negotiating, executing, or financing a real estate transaction whether by mortgage, deed of trust, contract, or other instrument imposing a lien or other security in real property, or in negotiating or executing any item or service related thereto including issuance of title insurance, mortgage insurance, loan guarantee, or other aspect of the transaction. Nothing in this section shall limit the effect of RCW 49.60.176 relating to unfair practices in credit transactions; or      (k) To attempt to do any of the unfair practices defined in this section.      (2) For the purposes of this chapter discrimination based on the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a blind, deaf, or physically disabled person includes:         (a) A refusal to permit, at the expense of the disabled person, reasonable modifications of existing premises occupied or to be occupied by such person if such modifications may be necessary to afford such person full enjoyment of the dwelling, except that, in the case of a rental, the landlord may, where it is reasonable to do so, condition permission for a modification on the renter agreeing to restore the interior of the dwelling to the condition that existed before the modification, reasonable wear and tear excepted;   (b) To refuse to make reasonable accommodation in rules, policies, practices, or services when such accommodations may be necessary to afford a person with the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability and/or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a blind, deaf, or physically disabled person equal opportunity to use and enjoy a dwelling; or        (c) To fail to design and construct covered multifamily dwellings and premises in conformance with the federal fair housing amendments act of 1988 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 3601 et seq.) and all other applicable laws or regulations pertaining to access by persons with any sensory, mental, or physical disability or use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal. Whenever the requirements of applicable laws or regulations differ, the requirements which require greater accessibility for persons with any sensory, mental, or physical disability shall govern.               Nothing in (a) or (b) of this subsection shall apply to: (i) A single-family house rented or leased by the owner if the owner does not own or have an interest in the proceeds of the rental or lease of more than three such single-family houses at one time, the rental or lease occurred without the use of a real estate broker or salesperson, as defined in RCW 18.85.010, and the rental or lease occurred without the publication, posting, or mailing of any advertisement, sign, or statement in violation of subsection (1)(g) of this section; or (ii) rooms or units in dwellings containing living quarters occupied or intended to be occupied by no more than four families living independently of each other if the owner maintains and occupies one of the rooms or units as his or her residence.      (3) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, it shall not be an unfair practice or a denial of civil rights for any public or private educational institution to separate the sexes or give preference to or limit use of dormitories, residence halls, or other student housing to persons of one sex or to make distinctions on the basis of marital or families with children status.    (4) Except pursuant to subsection (2)(a) of this section, this section shall not be construed to require structural changes, modifications, or additions to make facilities accessible to a disabled person except as otherwise required by law. Nothing in this section affects the rights, responsibilities, and remedies of landlords and tenants pursuant to chapter 59.18 or 59.20 RCW, including the right to post and enforce reasonable rules of conduct and safety for all tenants and their guests, provided that chapters 59.18 and 59.20 RCW are only affected to the extent they are inconsistent with the nondiscrimination requirements of this chapter. Nothing in this section limits the applicability of any reasonable federal, state, or local restrictions regarding the maximum number of occupants permitted to occupy a dwelling.      (5) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, it shall not be an unfair practice for any public establishment providing for accommodations offered for the full enjoyment of transient guests as defined by RCW 9.91.010(1)(c) to make distinctions on the basis of families with children status. Nothing in this section shall limit the effect of RCW 49.60.215 relating to unfair practices in places of public accommodation.            (6) Nothing in this chapter prohibiting discrimination based on families with children status applies to housing for older persons as defined by the federal fair housing amendments act of 1988, 42 U.S.C. Sec. 3607(b)(1) through (3). Nothing in this chapter authorizes requirements for housing for older persons different than the requirements in the federal fair housing amendments act of 1988, 42 U.S.C. Sec 3607(b)(1) through (3).               Sec. 15. RCW 49.60.223 and 1993 c 510 s 18 and 1993 c 69 s 6 are each reenacted and amended to read as follows:         It is an unfair practice for any person, for profit, to induce or attempt to induce any person to sell or rent any real property by representations regarding the entry or prospective entry into the neighborhood of a person or persons of a particular race, creed, color, sex, national origin, families with children status, or with any sensory, mental, or physical disability and/or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a blind, deaf, or physically disabled person.        Sec. 16. RCW 49.60.224 and 1993 c 69 s 8 are each amended to read as follows:          (1) Every provision in a written instrument relating to real property which purports to forbid or restrict the conveyance, encumbrance, occupancy, or lease thereof to individuals of a specified race, creed, color, sex, national origin, families with children status, or with any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a blind, deaf, or physically disabled person, and every condition, restriction, or prohibition, including a right of entry or possibility of reverter, which directly or indirectly limits the use or occupancy of real property on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, national origin, families with children status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a blind, deaf, or physically disabled person is void.           (2) It is an unfair practice to insert in a written instrument relating to real property a provision that is void under this section or to honor or attempt to honor such a provision in the chain of title.                  Sec. 17. RCW 49.60.225 and 1995 c 259 s 4 are each amended to read as follows:            (1) When a reasonable cause determination has been made under RCW 49.60.240 that an unfair practice in a real estate transaction has been committed and a finding has been made that the respondent has engaged in any unfair practice under RCW 49.60.250, the administrative law judge shall promptly issue an order for such relief suffered by the aggrieved person as may be appropriate, which may include actual damages as provided by the federal fair housing amendments act of 1988 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 3601 et seq.), and injunctive or other equitable relief. Such order may, to further the public interest, assess a civil penalty against the respondent:      (a) In an amount up to ten thousand dollars if the respondent has not been determined to have committed any prior unfair practice in a real estate transaction;         (b) In an amount up to twenty-five thousand dollars if the respondent has been determined to have committed one other unfair practice in a real estate transaction during the five-year period ending on the date of the filing of this charge; or            (c) In an amount up to fifty thousand dollars if the respondent has been determined to have committed two or more unfair practices in a real estate transaction during the seven-year period ending on the date of the filing of this charge, for loss of the right secured by RCW 49.60.010, 49.60.030, 49.60.040, and 49.60.222 through 49.60.224, as now or hereafter amended, to be free from discrimination in real property transactions because of sex, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, families with children status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide ((dog)) or service ((dog)) animal by a blind, deaf, or physically disabled person. Enforcement of the order and appeal therefrom by the complainant or respondent may be made as provided in RCW 49.60.260 and 49.60.270. If acts constituting the unfair practice in a real estate transaction that is the object of the charge are determined to have been committed by the same natural person who has been previously determined to have committed acts constituting an unfair practice in a real estate transaction, then the civil penalty of up to fifty thousand dollars may be imposed without regard to the period of time within which any subsequent unfair practice in a real estate transaction occurred. All civil penalties assessed under this section shall be paid into the state treasury and credited to the general fund.                   (2) Such order shall not affect any contract, sale, conveyance, encumbrance, or lease consummated before the issuance of an order that involves a bona fide purchaser, encumbrancer, or tenant who does not have actual notice of the charge filed under this chapter.      (3) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, persons awarded damages under this section may not receive additional damages pursuant to RCW 49.60.250.        Sec. 18. RCW 70.84.020 and 1980 c 109 s 2 are each amended to read as follows:             For the purpose of this chapter, the term "dog guide ((dog))" ((shall mean a dog which is in working harness and)) means a dog that is trained ((or approved by an accredited school engaged in training dogs)) for the purpose of guiding blind persons or a dog ((which is)) trained ((or approved by an accredited school engaged in training dogs)) for the purpose of assisting hearing impaired persons.          Sec. 19. RCW 70.84.021 and 1985 c 90 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:              For the purpose of this chapter, "service ((dog)) animal" means ((a dog)) an animal that is trained ((or approved by an accredited school, or state institution of higher education, engaged in training dogs)) for the purposes of assisting or accommodating a ((physically)) disabled ((person related to the)) person's sensory, mental, or physical disability.               Sec. 20. RCW 70.84.040 and 1985 c 90 s 3 are each amended to read as follows:              The driver of a vehicle approaching a totally or partially blind pedestrian who is carrying a cane predominantly white in color (with or without a red tip), a totally or partially blind or hearing impaired pedestrian using a dog guide ((dog)), or an otherwise physically disabled person using a service ((dog)) animal shall take all necessary precautions to avoid injury to such pedestrian. Any driver who fails to take such precaution shall be liable in damages for any injury caused such pedestrian. It shall be unlawful for the operator of any vehicle to drive into or upon any crosswalk while there is on such crosswalk, such pedestrian, crossing or attempting to cross the roadway, if such pedestrian ((indicates his intention to cross or of continuing on, with a timely warning by holding up or waving)) is using a white cane, using a dog guide ((dog)), or using a service ((dog)) animal. The failure of any such pedestrian so to signal shall not deprive him of the right of way accorded him by other laws.    Sec. 21. RCW 70.84.050 and 1980 c 109 s 5 are each amended to read as follows: A totally or partially blind pedestrian not carrying a white cane or a totally or partially blind or hearing impaired pedestrian not using a dog guide ((dog)) in any of the places, accommodations, or conveyances listed in RCW 70.84.010, shall have all of the rights and privileges conferred by law on other persons.               Sec. 22. RCW 70.84.060 and 1985 c 90 s 4 are each amended to read as follows:          It shall be unlawful for any pedestrian who is not totally or partially blind to use a white cane or any pedestrian who is not totally or partially blind or is not hearing impaired to use a dog guide ((dog)) or any pedestrian who is not otherwise physically disabled to use a service ((dog)) animal in any of the places, accommodations, or conveyances listed in RCW 70.84.010 for the purpose of securing the rights and privileges accorded by the chapter to totally or partially blind, hearing impaired, or otherwise physically disabled people.      Sec. 23. RCW 70.84.100 and 1988 c 89 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:               (1) A person who negligently or maliciously kills or injures a dog guide or service ((dog)) animal is liable for a penalty of one thousand dollars, to be paid to the user of the ((dog)) animal. The penalty shall be in addition to and not in lieu of any other remedies or penalties, civil or criminal, provided by law.                 (2) A user or owner of a dog guide or service animal, whose animal is negligently or maliciously injured or killed, is entitled to recover reasonable attorneys' fees and costs incurred in pursuing any civil remedy.          (3) The commission has no duty to investigate any negligent or malicious acts referred to under this section.     Sec. 24. RCW 70.84.120 and 1989 c 41 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:               A county, city, or town shall honor a request by a blind person or hearing impaired person not to be charged a fee to license his or her dog guide ((dog)), or a request by a physically disabled person not to be charged a fee to license his or her service ((dog)) animal.                  NEW SECTION. Sec. 25. The Washington state human rights commission shall adopt rules implementing this act no later than March 1, 1998.     NEW SECTION. Sec. 26. The following acts or parts of acts are each repealed:  (1) RCW 70.84.030 and 1985 c 90 s 2, 1980 c 109 s 3, & 1969 c 141 s 3; and      (2) RCW 70.84.110 and 1988 c 89 s 2.  NEW SECTION. Sec. 27. RCW 70.84.090, 70.84.100, and 70.84.120 are each recodified as new sections in chapter 49.60 RCW."  On motion of Senator Long, the following title amendment was adopted:

      On page 1, line 1 of the title, after "animals;" strike the remainder of the title and insert "amending RCW 49.60.010, 49.60.030, 49.60.040, 49.60.130, 49.60.174, 49.60.175, 49.60.176, 49.60.178, 49.60.180, 49.60.190, 49.60.200, 49.60.215, 49.60.222, 49.60.224, 49.60.225, 70.84.020, 70.84.021, 70.84.040, 70.84.050, 70.84.060, 70.84.100, and 70.84.120; reenacting and amending RCW 49.60.120 and 49.60.223; adding new sections to chapter 49.60 RCW; creating a new section; recodifying RCW 70.84.090, 70.84.100, and 70.84.120; and repealing RCW 70.84.030 and 70.84.110."

MOTION


      On motion of Senator Long, the rules were suspended, Substitute House Bill No. 1491, as amended by the Senate, was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.


MOTION

 

      On motion of Senator McCaslin, Senator West was excused. 

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1491, as amended by the Senate.

ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1491, as amended by the Senate, and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 46; Nays, 0; Absent, 1; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 46.   Absent: Senator Jacobsen - 1.                Excused: Senators Benton and West - 2.               SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1491, as amended by the Senate, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1550, by House Committee on Appropriations (originally sponsored by Representatives Doumit, Ballasiotes, Hatfield, Pennington, Kessler, Tokuda, Carlson, Ogden, Romero and Mielke)

 

Prohibiting disability retirement benefits resulting from criminal conduct.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Strannigan, the rules were suspended, Substitute House Bill No. 1550 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      Debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1550.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1550 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 47; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 47.    Excused: Senators Benton and West - 2.               SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1550, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1485, by House Committee on Natural Resources (originally sponsored by Representatives Linville, Buck, Hatfield, Chandler, Cooper, Sump, Regala, Butler, Anderson, Doumit, Morris, Sheldon, Tokuda, Kessler, Scott, Blalock and Dickerson)

 

Requiring the department of fish and wildlife to report to the legislature regarding salmon harvests.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTIONS


      On motion of Senator Oke, the following Committee on Natural Resources and Parks amendment was adopted:

      Strike everything after the enacting clause and insert the following:     "NEW SECTION. Sec. 1. A new section is added to chapter 75.08 RCW to read as follows:               Beginning September 1, 1998, and each September 1st thereafter, the department shall submit a report to the appropriate standing committees of the legislature identifying the total salmon and steelhead harvest of the preceding season. This report shall include the final commercial harvests and recreational harvests. At a minimum, the report shall clearly identify:     (1) The total treaty tribal and nontribal harvests by species and by management unit;               (2) Where and why the nontribal harvest does not meet the full allocation allowed under United States v. Washington, 384 F. Supp. 312 (1974) (Boldt I) including a summary of the key policies within the management plan that result in a less than full nontribal allocation; and           (3) The location and quantity of salmon and steelhead harvested under the wastage provisions of United States v. Washington, 384 F. Supp. 312 (1974)."          On motion of Senator Oke, the following title amendment was adopted:

      On page 1, line 1 of the title, after "reporting;" strike the remainder of the title and insert "and adding a new section to chapter 75.08 RCW."

MOTION


      On motion of Senator Oke, the rules were suspended, Substitute House Bill No. 1485, as amended by the Senate, was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      Debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1485, as amended by the Senate.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1485, as amended by the Senate, and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 46; Nays, 0; Absent, 1; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 46.   Absent: Senator Stevens - 1.  Excused: Senators Benton and West - 2.               SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1485, as amended by the Senate, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      HOUSE BILL NO. 1573, by Representatives Dunn, Ogden, Carlson, Mason, Radcliff, Kenney, Cole, Wolfe, Van Luven, Sheldon, O'Brien, D. Schmidt, Alexander, Mielke, Cooke, Boldt, Keiser, Costa and Cooper

 

Authorizing educational agencies to rent, sell, or transfer assistive technology.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Hochstatter, the rules were suspended, House Bill No. 1573 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      Debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of House Bill No. 1573.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of House Bill No. 1573 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 47; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 47.    Excused: Senators Benton and West - 2.               HOUSE BILL NO. 1573, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Hale, Senator Deccio was excused.


SECOND READING


      HOUSE BILL NO. 1636, by Representatives Ballasiotes, Costa, Tokuda, Keiser, Ogden and Blalock

 

Specifying imminence of threat to bodily harm for crime of harassment.


      The bill was read the second time.

MOTION


      On motion of Senator Roach, the rules were suspended, House Bill No. 1636 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      Debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of House Bill No. 1636.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of House Bill No. 1636 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 46; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 3.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 46.  Excused: Senators Benton, Deccio and West - 3.  HOUSE BILL NO. 1636, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.

SECOND READING


      HOUSE BILL NO. 2040, by Representatives Hankins, Delvin, McMorris and Conway (by request of Department of Labor and Industries)

 

Authorizing the continuation of a special insuring agreement for workers' compensation for the United States department of energy.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Schow, the rules were suspended, House Bill No. 2040 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of House Bill No. 2040.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of House Bill No. 2040 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 46; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 3.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 46.  Excused: Senators Benton, Deccio and West - 3.  HOUSE BILL NO. 2040, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      HOUSE BILL NO. 2098, by Representative L. Thomas

 

Making longshore and harbor workers' compensation insurance available.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Winsley, the rules were suspended, House Bill No. 2098 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of House Bill No. 2098.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of House Bill No. 2098 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 43; Nays, 4; Absent, 0; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 43.      Voting nay: Senators Heavey, Hochstatter, Newhouse and Stevens - 4.               Excused: Senators Benton and West - 2.      HOUSE BILL NO. 2098, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      ENGROSSED HOUSE BILL NO. 2142, by Representatives Lisk, Cole and Honeyford

 

Regulating assignment rights of lottery winnings.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Schow, the rules were suspended, Engrossed House Bill No. 2142 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.


POINT OF INQUIRY


      Senator Horn: “Senator Schow, I notice and applaud the disclosure section in this bill. Based upon testimony in front of the Commerce and Labor Committee, is it not also intended that the assignee will inform the lottery prizewinner of the present value or estimated market value of their prize, based upon the estimated funding data, prior to the assignment?”

      Senator Schow: “Yes, Senator Horn, that was the intent.”

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of Engrossed House Bill No. 2142.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of Engrossed House Bill No. 2142 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 47; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 47.    Excused: Senators Benton and West - 2.               ENGROSSED HOUSE BILL NO. 2142, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Johnson, the Senate returned to the fourth order of business.


MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE

April 8, 1997

MR. PRESIDENT:

      The House has passed:

      SENATE BILL NO. 5029,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5125,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5142,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5254,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5322,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5375,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5401,

      SENATE BILL NO. 5647,

      SENATE BILL NO. 5732,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5755,

      ENGROSSED SENATE BILL NO. 5774,

      SENATE BILL NO. 6007,

      ENGROSSED SENATE JOINT MEMORIAL NO. 8001,

      SENATE JOINT MEMORIAL NO. 8008, and the same are herewith transmitted.

TIMOTHY A. MARTIN, Chief Clerk


SIGNED BY THE PRESIDENT

 

The President signed:

      SENATE BILL NO. 5029,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5125,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5142,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5254,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5322,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5375,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5401,

      SENATE BILL NO. 5647,

      SENATE BILL NO. 5732,

      SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5755,

      ENGROSSED SENATE BILL NO. 5774,

      SENATE BILL NO. 6007,

      ENGROSSED SENATE JOINT MEMORIAL NO. 8001,

      SENATE JOINT MEMORIAL NO. 8008.


MOTION


      At 11:53 a.m., on motion of Senator Johnson, the Senate was declared to be at ease.


      The Senate was called to order at 2:21 p.m. by President Owen.



MOTION


      On motion of Senator Johnson, the Senate advanced to the sixth order of business.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Goings, Senator Haugen was excused.


SECOND READING

CONFIRMATION OF GUBERNATORIAL APPOINTMENTS


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Hochstatter, Gubernatorial Appointment No. 9187, Jeanne A. Pelkey, as a member of the Board of Trustees for the State School for the Blind, was confirmed.

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APPOINTMENT OF JEANNE A. PELKEY


      The Secretary called the roll. The appointment was confirmed by the following vote: Yeas, 45; Nays, 0; Absent, 1; Excused, 3.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 45.  Absent: Senator Hargrove - 1.               Excused: Senators Benton, Haugen and West - 3.

MOTION


      On motion of Senator Hochstatter, Gubernatorial Appointment No. 9188, Julia L. Petersen, as a member of the Board of Trustees for the State School for the Deaf, was confirmed.

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APPOINTMENT OF JULIA L. PETERSEN


      The Secretary called the roll. The appointment was confirmed by the following vote: Yeas, 45; Nays, 0; Absent, 1; Excused, 3.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 45.  Absent: Senator Hargrove - 1.               Excused: Senators Benton, Haugen and West - 3.

SECOND READING


      SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1930, by House Committee on Government Administration (originally sponsored by Representatives Chandler, Linville, D. Schmidt and Sheldon)

 

Restricting copying of birth certificates.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Johnson, the rules were suspended, Substitute House Bill No. 1930 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      Debate ensued.


MOTIONS


      On motion of Senator Franklin, Senator Loveland was excused.

      On motion of Senator Swecker, Senators Winsley and Wood were excused.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1930.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1930 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 43; Nays, 1; Absent, 0; Excused, 5.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, West and Wojahn - 43.                    Voting nay: Senator Zarelli - 1.        Excused: Senators Benton, Haugen, Loveland, Winsley and Wood - 5.      SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1930, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1010, by House Committee on Transportation Policy and Budget (originally sponsored by Representatives Mitchell, Hankins, Cairnes, Skinner and Mielke)

 

Establishing procedures for federal transportation pass-through moneys.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Prince, the rules were suspended, Substitute House Bill No. 1010 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1010.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1010 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 45; Nays, 0; Absent, 1; Excused, 3.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, West, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 45. Absent: Senator Kline - 1.                Excused: Senators Benton, Haugen and Winsley - 3.            SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1010, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      HOUSE BILL NO. 1023, by Representatives Buck, Cooke, Mielke and Cairnes

 

Clarifying qualifications for commuter ride sharing.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Prince, the rules were suspended, House Bill No. 1023 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.


POINT OF INQUIRY


      Senator Roach: “Senator Prince, I was just wondering. Would this include, for instance, car pooling if you are a home schooler--if you want to go places--you pick people up and go to school and come back--”

      Senator Prince: “I don't believe it would. If you take a look, it has to transport more than one group.”

      Senator Roach: “How many in a group?”

      Senator Prince: “No, not number of people. I think it is more than one trip is what it amounts to. You have a group, you take them one place and you get another group. That's the way that I read that.”

      Senator Roach: “So, we could have the family station wagon, if the stay-at-home mom wants to take two people to a school or to a private music lesson thing, she could--”

      Senator Prince: “On a daily basis.”

      Senator Roach: “On a daily basis--well, five days a week.”

      Senator Prince: “That's the way I read it. Now, we would have to get somebody that is a better lawyer than I, to give you a real definite answer.”

      Senator Roach: “Well, I wish I could sign up.”

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of House Bill No. 1023.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of House Bill No. 1023 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 44; Nays, 1; Absent, 2; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hargrove, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Thibaudeau, West, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 44.        Voting nay: Senator Roach - 1.        Absent: Senators Hale and Swecker - 2.                Excused: Senators Benton and Haugen - 2. HOUSE BILL NO. 1023, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


MOTION


      At 2:45 p.m., on motion of Senator Johnson, the Senate recessed until 3:15 p.m.


      The Senate was called to order at 3:16 p.m. by President Owen.


SECOND READING


      HOUSE BILL NO. 1002, by Representatives L. Thomas, Dyer and Mielke

 

Clarifying submission of insurance antifraud plans.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Johnson, the rules were suspended, House Bill No. 1002 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      Debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of House Bill No. 1002.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of House Bill No. 1002 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 42; Nays, 0; Absent, 5; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Rossi, Schow, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, West, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 42.      Absent: Senators McCaslin, Oke, Roach, Sellar and Strannigan - 5.    Excused: Senators Benton and Haugen - 2.           HOUSE BILL NO. 1002, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Hale, Senator Roach was excused.


SECOND READING


      HOUSE BILL NO. 1300, by Representatives Sheahan, Appelwick, Hickel and L. Thomas (by request of Statute Law Committee)

 

Making technical corrections affecting the department of financial institutions.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator Winsley, the rules were suspended, House Bill No. 1300 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of House Bill No. 1300.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of House Bill No. 1300 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 46; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 3.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, West, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 46.  Excused: Senators Benton, Haugen and Roach - 3.               HOUSE BILL NO. 1300, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1200, by House Committee on Government Administration (originally sponsored by Representatives Buck, D. Schmidt and Dunn)

 

Revising the code of ethics for municipal officers.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator McCaslin, the rules were suspended, Substitute House Bill No. 1200 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1200.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1200 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 47; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, West, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 47.   Excused: Senators Benton and Haugen - 2.           SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1200, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1003, by House Committee on Finance (originally sponsored by Representatives Pennington, Hatfield, Mielke, Thompson, Cole, DeBolt, D. Sommers, Conway, Boldt, Alexander, Schoesler, Kessler, Bush, Smith, Dyer and O'Brien)

 

Defining "local government" and "special assessment" for the purposes of tax deferrals for senior citizens and disabled persons.


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      On motion of Senator West, the rules were suspended, Substitute House Bill No. 1003 was advanced to third reading, the second reading considered the third and the bill was placed on final passage.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1003.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 1003 and the bill passed the Senate by the following vote: Yeas, 47; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Anderson, Bauer, Brown, Deccio, Fairley, Finkbeiner, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hale, Hargrove, Heavey, Hochstatter, Horn, Jacobsen, Johnson, Kline, Kohl, Long, Loveland, McAuliffe, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Patterson, Prentice, Prince, Rasmussen, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Stevens, Strannigan, Swanson, Swecker, Thibaudeau, West, Winsley, Wojahn, Wood and Zarelli - 47.   Excused: Senators Benton and Haugen - 2.           SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 1003, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed. There being no objection, the title of the bill will stand as the title of the act.


SECOND READING


      ENGROSSED HOUSE BILL NO. 3901, by Representatives Cooke, Boldt, McDonald, Alexander, Bush, Smith, Mielke, Talcott, Cairnes, Reams, Johnson, Huff, Lambert, Sheahan, Mulliken, Parlette, Backlund, Koster, D. Sommers, D. Schmidt, Schoesler, Wensman and Skinner

 

Implementing the federal personal responsibility and work opportunity reconciliation act of 1996 (Introduced with Senate sponsors).


      The bill was read the second time.


MOTION


      Senator Deccio moved that the following amendment be adopted:

      Strike everything after the enacting clause and insert the following:     NEW SECTION. Sec. 1. LEGISLATIVE INTENT AND FINDINGS. The legislature finds that the federal personal responsibility and work opportunity reconciliation act of 1996 presents both opportunities and challenges for the states as they develop methods of moving families in poverty from welfare to work. The legislature further finds that, although many of the goals of the federal act coincide with Washington state's vision for enabling families to achieve eventual economic self-sufficiency through private, unsubsidized employment, the treatment of legal immigrants under the federal act does not reflect Washington's commitment to those legal immigrants within Washington's borders who have played by the rules, and who live in our communities and participate in the American way of life, providing economic and cultural enrichment to Washington state's population.           The legislature finds that at least one-third of public assistance recipients have experience in the work force and sufficient training to enable them to obtain unsubsidized employment. The legislature intends to put a priority on finding jobs, which may include on-the-job training, for this group of public assistance recipients. The legislature intends that state agencies involved in welfare reform shall reorganize to accomplish this priority. The legislature intends that state agencies solicit from businesses information about job opportunities and make the information available to public assistance recipients.          The legislature intends that legal immigrants who obey the laws of Washington, and who were granted permission to immigrate by the federal government, should be treated as equitably as possible under the state's enactment and implementation of public assistance programs.      The legislature finds that Washington state's goals in implementing the federal act include promoting the American values of work, education, and responsibility, including responsible childbearing and dedication by both parents to protecting, supporting, and bringing up children to become responsible, productive Americans. This has been the goal and the dream of generations of Americans, whether native born or naturalized citizens.              The legislature finds that it is necessary, to enable people to leave welfare, to encourage a new alliance of state and local government, business, churches, nonprofit organizations, and individuals to dedicate themselves, within the letter and the spirit of the law, to helping families in poverty overcome barriers, obtain support, direction, and encouragement, and become contributors to the American way of life.        The legislature finds that, in pursuance of these goals, it is also necessary to establish policy that recognizes our moral imperative to protect children when their parents or other adults in a child's life are unable or unwilling to do so, and to continue our commitment to the elderly, frail, and vulnerable for whom work is not an option.                 The legislature reaffirms its commitment to provide medical services to eligible legal immigrants under the children's health program established under RCW 74.09.405. The legislature affirms its commitment to provide the benefits of the maternity care access program under RCW 74.09.800 to documented and undocumented immigrants who qualify.       The legislature finds that family structure and relationships are critical to the long-term success and economic self-sufficiency of recipients of temporary assistance for needy families and their children. The department and its employees shall communicate clearly to recipients of temporary assistance for needy families the importance of healthy and safe marriages and family relationships.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 2. SHORT TITLE. This act may be known and cited as the Washington WorkFirst temporary assistance for needy families act.

I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

      Sec. 101. RCW 74.08.025 and 1981 1st ex.s. c 6 s 9 are each amended to read as follows:                 (1) Public assistance ((shall)) may be awarded to any applicant:             (((1))) (a) Who is in need and otherwise meets the eligibility requirements of department assistance programs; and                     (((2))) (b) Who has not made a voluntary assignment of property or cash for the purpose of qualifying for an assistance grant; and                     (((3))) (c) Who is not an inmate of a public institution except as a patient in a medical institution or except as an inmate in a public institution who could qualify for federal aid assistance: PROVIDED, That the assistance paid by the department to recipients in nursing homes, or receiving nursing home care, may cover the cost of clothing and incidentals and general maintenance exclusive of medical care and health services. The department may pay a grant to cover the cost of clothing and personal incidentals in public or private medical institutions and institutions for tuberculosis. The department shall allow recipients in nursing homes to retain, in addition to the grant to cover the cost of clothing and incidentals, wages received for work as a part of a training or rehabilitative program designed to prepare the recipient for less restrictive placement to the extent permitted under Title XIX of the federal social security act.                 (2) Any person otherwise qualified for temporary assistance for needy families under this title who has resided in the state of Washington for fewer than twelve consecutive months immediately preceding application for assistance is limited to the benefit level in the state in which the person resided immediately before Washington, using the eligibility rules and other definitions established under this chapter, that was obtainable on the date of application in Washington state, if the benefit level of the prior state is lower than the level provided to similarly situated applicants in Washington state. The benefit level under this subsection shall be in effect for the first twelve months a recipient is on temporary assistance for needy families in Washington state.          (3) Any person otherwise qualified for temporary assistance for needy families who is assessed through the state alcohol and substance abuse program as drug or alcohol-dependent and requiring treatment to become employable shall be required by the department to participate in a drug or alcohol treatment program as a condition of benefit receipt.               (4) In order to be eligible for temporary assistance for needy families and food stamp program benefits, any applicant with a felony conviction after August 21, 1996, involving drug use or possession, must: (a) Have been assessed as chemically dependent by a chemical dependency program approved under chapter 70.96A RCW and be participating in or have completed a coordinated rehabilitation plan consisting of chemical dependency treatment and vocational services; and (b) have not been convicted of a felony involving drug use or possession in the three years prior to the most current conviction.      Sec. 102. RCW 74.08.340 and 1959 c 26 s 74.08.340 are each amended to read as follows:               All assistance granted under this title shall be deemed to be granted and to be held subject to the provisions of any amending or repealing act that may hereafter be enacted, and no recipient shall have any claim for compensation, or otherwise, by reason of his assistance being affected in any way by such amending or repealing act. There is no legal entitlement to public assistance.                 NEW SECTION. Sec. 103. TIME LIMITS. (1) A family that includes an adult who has received temporary assistance for needy families for sixty months after the effective date of this section shall be ineligible for further temporary assistance for needy families assistance.          (2) For the purposes of applying the rules of this section, the department shall count any month in which an adult family member received a temporary assistance for needy families cash assistance grant unless the assistance was provided when the family member was a minor child and not the head of the household or married to the head of the household.      (3) The department shall refer recipients who require specialized assistance to appropriate department programs, crime victims' programs through the department of community, trade, and economic development, or the crime victims' compensation program of the department of labor and industries.    (4) The department may exempt a recipient and the recipient's family from the application of subsection (1) of this section by reason of hardship or if the recipient meets the family violence options of section 402(A)(7) of Title IVA of the federal social security act as amended by P.L. 104-193. The number of recipients and their families exempted from subsection (1) of this section for a fiscal year shall not exceed twenty percent of the average monthly number of recipients and their families to which assistance is provided under the temporary assistance for needy families program.         (5) The department shall not exempt a recipient and his or her family from the application of subsection (1) of this section until after the recipient has received fifty-two months of assistance under this chapter.                NEW SECTION. Sec. 104. ELECTRONIC BENEFIT TRANSFER. By October 2002, the department shall develop and implement an electronic benefit transfer system to be used for the delivery of public assistance benefits, including without limitation, food assistance.          The department shall comply with P.L. 104-193, and shall cooperate with relevant federal agencies in the design and implementation of the electronic benefit transfer system.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 105. The following acts or parts of acts are each repealed:              (1) RCW 74.12.420 and 1994 c 299 s 9;      (2) RCW 74.12.425 and 1994 c 299 s 10; and        (3) RCW 74.04.660 and 1994 c 296 s 1, 1993 c 63 s 1, 1989 c 11 s 26, 1985 c 335 s 3, & 1981 1st ex.s. c 6 s 6.                NEW SECTION. Sec. 106. (1) The department shall allow religiously affiliated organizations to provide services to families receiving temporary assistance for needy families on the same basis as any other nongovernmental provider, without impairing the religious character of such organizations, and without diminishing the religious freedom of beneficiaries of assistance funded under chapter 74.12 RCW.           (2) The department shall adopt rules implementing this section, and the applicable sections of P.L. 104-193 related to services provided by charitable, religious, or private organizations.             NEW SECTION. Sec. 107. A new section is added to chapter 74.12 RCW to read as follows:        The department shall (1) provide eligible Indian tribes ongoing, meaningful opportunities to participate in the development, oversight, and operation of the state temporary assistance for needy families program; (2) certify annually that it is providing equitable access to the state temporary assistance for needy families program to Indian people whose tribe is not administering a tribal temporary assistance for needy families program; (3) coordinate and cooperate with eligible Indian tribes that elect to operate a tribal temporary assistance for needy families program as provided for in P.L. 104-193; (4) upon approval by the secretary of the federal department of health and human services of a tribal temporary assistance for needy families program, transfer a fair and equitable amount of the state maintenance of effort funds to the eligible Indian tribe; and (5) establish rules related to the operation of this section and section 108 of this act, covering, at a minimum, appropriate uses of state maintenance of effort funds and annual reports on program operations. The legislature shall specify the amount of state maintenance of effort funds to be transferred in the biennial appropriations act.     NEW SECTION. Sec. 108. A new section is added to chapter 74.12 RCW to read as follows:              An eligible Indian tribe exercising its authority under P.L. 104-193 to operate a tribal temporary assistance for needy families program shall operate the program on a state fiscal year basis. If a tribe decides to cancel a tribal temporary assistance for needy families program, it shall notify the department no later than ninety days prior to the start of the state fiscal year. NEW SECTION. Sec. 109. A new section is added to chapter 74.12 RCW to read as follows:     WRITTEN MATERIAL. All forms, letters, and documents sent to recipients of assistance shall be easy to read and comprehend. The department shall ensure that all forms, letters, and documents covered by this section shall be written at an eighth grade comprehension level.         NEW SECTION. Sec. 110. A new section is added to chapter 74.12 RCW to read as follows:              FOOD STAMP WORK REQUIREMENTS. Single adults without dependents between eighteen and fifty years of age shall comply with federal food stamp work requirements as a condition of eligibility. The department may exempt any counties or subcounty areas from the federal food stamp work requirements in P.L. 104-193, unless the department receives written evidence of official action by a county or subcounty governing entity, taken after noticed consideration, that indicates that a county or subcounty area chooses not to use an exemption to the federal food stamp work requirements.

II. IMMIGRANT PROTECTION

      Sec. 201. RCW 74.09.510 and 1991 sp.s. c 8 s 8 are each amended to read as follows:       Medical assistance may be provided in accordance with eligibility requirements established by the department ((of social and health services)), as defined in the social security Title XIX state plan for mandatory categorically needy persons and: (1) Individuals who would be eligible for cash assistance except for their institutional status; (2) individuals who are under twenty-one years of age, who would be eligible for ((aid to families with dependent children)) temporary assistance for needy families, but do not qualify as dependent children and who are in (a) foster care, (b) subsidized adoption, (c) a nursing facility or an intermediate care facility for the mentally retarded, or (d) inpatient psychiatric facilities; (3) the aged, blind, and disabled who: (a) Receive only a state supplement, or (b) would not be eligible for cash assistance if they were not institutionalized; (4) categorically eligible individuals who ((would be eligible for but choose not to receive cash assistance)) meet the income and resource requirements of the cash assistance programs; (5) individuals who are enrolled in managed health care systems, who have otherwise lost eligibility for medical assistance, but who have not completed a current six-month enrollment in a managed health care system, and who are eligible for federal financial participation under Title XIX of the social security act; (6) children and pregnant women allowed by federal statute for whom funding is appropriated; ((and)) (7) other individuals eligible for medical services under RCW 74.09.035 and 74.09.700 for whom federal financial participation is available under Title XIX of the social security act; and (8) persons allowed by section 1931 of the social security act for whom funding is appropriated.                NEW SECTION. Sec. 202. IMMIGRANTS--ELIGIBILITY. It is the intent of the legislature that all legal immigrants who resided in the United States before August 22, 1996, retain eligibility for assistance programs the same as or similar to those from which they lost benefits as a result of P.L. 104-193. The legislature also intends that sponsors' incomes continue to be deemed for these individuals in the same manner it was addressed prior to August 22, 1996.                 Accordingly, the state shall exercise its option under P.L. 104-193 to continue services to legal immigrants under temporary assistance for needy families, medicaid, and social services block grant programs. Legal immigrants who lose benefits under the supplemental security income program as a result of P.L. 104-193 are immediately eligible to apply for benefits under the state's general assistance-unemployable program. The department shall redetermine income and resource eligibility at least annually, in accordance with existing state policy. It is the policy of the legislature to distinguish between legal immigrants living in the United States prior to August 22, 1996, and those who immigrated on or after the enactment of P.L. 104-193. The postenactment legal immigrants are subject to a five-year benefit exclusion for means-tested public assistance programs and are subject to the sponsor-deeming provisions of section 206 of this act, which shall be strictly construed in favor of benefit denial.               NEW SECTION. Sec. 203. INCOME AVERAGING--BENEFIT DETERMINATION. In the case of applicants for temporary assistance for needy families whose principal source of earned income is seasonal employment, the department shall determine eligibility and benefit levels by retrospectively considering the applicant's earned income for the twelve-month period immediately preceding the application for assistance. The earned income shall be prorated on an annual basis, and the prorated amount used for eligibility and benefit determination in the prospective month. Assistance shall be denied until the applicant's prorated prior twelve months of income equals a monthly amount at or below the eligibility level. The intent of the legislature is to ensure that persons with seasonal earned income that, if prorated on an annual basis, would have exceeded the level qualifying them for assistance will be denied assistance until such time as they qualify on a prorated basis.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 204. NATURALIZATION FACILITATION. The department shall make an affirmative effort to identify and proactively contact legal immigrants receiving public assistance to facilitate their applications for naturalization. The department shall obtain a complete list of legal immigrants in Washington who are receiving correspondence regarding their eligibility from the social security administration. The department shall inform immigrants regarding how citizenship may be attained. In order to facilitate the citizenship process, the department shall coordinate and contract, to the extent necessary, with existing public and private resources and shall, within available funds, ensure that those immigrants who qualify to apply for naturalization are referred to or otherwise offered classes. The department shall assist eligible immigrants in obtaining appropriate test exemptions, and other exemptions in the naturalization process, to the extent permitted under federal law. The department shall report annually by December 15th to the legislature regarding the progress and barriers of the immigrant naturalization facilitation effort. It is the intent of the legislature that persons receiving naturalization assistance be facilitated in obtaining citizenship within two years of their eligibility to apply.        NEW SECTION. Sec. 205. SPONSOR DEEMING. (1) Except as provided in subsection (5) of this section, qualified aliens and aliens permanently residing under color of law who are recipients of public assistance under this title as of August 22, 1996, shall have their eligibility for assistance redetermined.         (2) Qualified aliens who enter the United States of America after August 22, 1996, are ineligible to receive public assistance under this title for a period of five years, except as provided in subsection (6) of this section. Following their period of ineligibility, their eligibility for public assistance shall be determined as provided for in this section.                (3) In determining the eligibility and the amount of benefits of a qualified alien or an alien permanently residing under color of law for public assistance under this title, the income and resources of the alien shall be deemed to include the income and resources of any person and his or her spouse who executed an affidavit of support pursuant to section 213A of the federal immigration and naturalization act on behalf of the alien. The deeming provisions of this subsection shall be waived if the sponsor dies or is permanently incapacitated during the period the affidavit of support is valid.                  (4) As used in this section, "qualified alien" has the meaning provided it in P.L. 104-193.              (5)(a) Qualified aliens specified under sections 403, 412, and 552 (e) and (f), subtitle B, Title IV, of P.L. 104-193 and in P.L. 104-208, are exempt from this section.      (b) Qualified aliens who served in the armed forces of an allied country, or were employed by an agency of the federal government, during a military conflict between the United States of America and a military adversary are exempt from the provisions of this section.      (c) Qualified aliens who are victims of domestic violence and petition for legal status under the federal violence against women act are exempt from the provisions of this section.  (d) Until January 1, 1999, a qualified alien whose sponsor dies or is permanently incapacitated is exempt from this section.              (6) Subsection (2) of this section does not apply to the following state benefits:   (a) Assistance described in P.L. 104-193 sections 403(c)(H) through (K), 411(b)(1), 421(b), and P.L. 104-208;                   (b) Short-term, noncash, in-kind emergency disaster relief;    (c) Programs comparable to assistance or benefits under the federal national school lunch act;       (d) Programs comparable to assistance or benefits under the federal child nutrition act of 1966;         (e) Public health assistance for immunizations with respect to immunizable diseases and for testing and treatment of symptoms of communicable diseases whether or not the symptoms are caused by a communicable disease; (f) Payments for foster care and adoption assistance;             (g) Programs, services, or assistance where eligibility is not determined by employees of the department of social and health services;            (h) Programs, services, or assistance such as meals from a soup kitchen, crisis counseling and intervention, and short-term shelter, specified by the attorney general, after consultation with appropriate agencies and departments, that:    (i) Deliver in-kind services at the community level, including through public or private nonprofit agencies;      (ii) Do not condition the provision of assistance, the amount of assistance provided, or the cost of assistance provided on the individual recipient's income or resources; and             (iii) Are necessary for the protection of life or safety.            NEW SECTION. Sec. 206. A new section is added to chapter 74.04 RCW to read as follows:          FOOD ASSISTANCE. (1) The department may establish a food assistance program for persons whose immigrant status meets the eligibility requirements of the federal food stamp program as of August 21, 1996, but who are no longer eligible solely due to their immigrant status under P.L. 104-193.   (2) The rules for the state food assistance program shall follow exactly the rules of the federal food stamp program except for the provisions pertaining to immigrant status under P.L. 104-193.      (3) The benefit under the state food assistance program shall be established by the legislature in the biennial operating budget.      (4) The department may enter into a contract with the United States department of agriculture to use the existing federal food stamp program coupon system for the purposes of administering the state food assistance program.  (5) In the event the department is unable to enter into a contract with the United States department of agriculture, the department may issue vouchers to eligible households for the purchase of eligible foods at participating retailers.      Sec. 207. RCW 74.09.800 and 1993 c 407 s 10 are each amended to read as follows:         The department shall, consistent with the state budget act, develop a maternity care access program designed to ensure healthy birth outcomes as follows:      (1) Provide maternity care services to low-income pregnant women and health care services to children in poverty to the maximum extent allowable under the medical assistance program, Title XIX of the federal social security act;    (2) Provide maternity care services to low-income women who are not eligible to receive such services under the medical assistance program, Title XIX of the federal social security act;      (3) By January 1, 1990, have the following procedures in place to improve access to maternity care services and eligibility determinations for pregnant women applying for maternity care services under the medical assistance program, Title XIX of the federal social security act:      (a) Use of a shortened and simplified application form;         (b) Outstationing department staff to make eligibility determinations;      (c) Establishing local plans at the county and regional level, coordinated by the department; and        (d) Conducting an interview for the purpose of determining medical assistance eligibility within five working days of the date of an application by a pregnant woman and making an eligibility determination within fifteen working days of the date of application by a pregnant woman;                 (4) Establish a maternity care case management system that shall assist at-risk eligible persons with obtaining medical assistance benefits and receiving maternity care services, including transportation and child care services;          (5) Within available resources, establish appropriate reimbursement levels for maternity care providers;   (6) Implement a broad-based public education program that stresses the importance of obtaining maternity care early during pregnancy;         (7) Refer persons eligible for maternity care services under the program established by this section to persons, agencies, or organizations with maternity care service practices that primarily emphasize healthy birth outcomes;       (8) Provide family planning services including information about the synthetic progestin capsule implant form of contraception, for twelve months immediately following a pregnancy to women who were eligible for medical assistance under the maternity care access program during that pregnancy or who were eligible only for emergency labor and delivery services during that pregnancy; and   (9) Within available resources, provide family planning services to women who meet the financial eligibility requirements for services under subsections (1) and (2) of this section.      The legislature reaffirms its commitment to provide health care services under this section to eligible immigrants, regardless of documented or undocumented status.

III. WASHINGTON WORKFIRST PROGRAM

      NEW SECTION. Sec. 301. It is the intent of the legislature that all applicants to the Washington WorkFirst program shall be focused on obtaining paid, unsubsidized employment. The focus of the Washington WorkFirst program shall be work for all recipients.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 302. DIVERSION ASSISTANCE. (1) In order to prevent some families from developing dependency on temporary assistance for needy families, the department shall make available to qualifying applicants a diversion program designed to provide brief, emergency assistance for families in crisis whose income and assets would otherwise qualify them for temporary assistance for needy families.      (2) Diversion assistance may include cash or vouchers in payment for the following needs:                (a) Child care;         (b) Housing assistance;          (c) Transportation-related expenses;  (d) Food;                 (e) Medical costs for the recipient's immediate family;      (f) Employment-related expenses which are necessary to keep or obtain paid unsubsidized employment.                           (3) Diversion assistance is available once in each twelve-month period for each adult applicant. Recipients of diversion assistance are not included in the temporary assistance for needy families program.        (4) Diversion assistance may not exceed one thousand five hundred dollars for each instance.             (5) To be eligible for diversion assistance, a family must otherwise be eligible for temporary assistance for needy families.      (6) Families ineligible for temporary assistance for needy families or general assistance due to sanction, noncompliance, the lump sum income rule, or any other reason are not eligible for diversion assistance.   (7) Families must provide evidence showing that a bona fide need exists according to subsection (2) of this section in order to be eligible for diversion assistance.                An adult applicant may receive diversion assistance of any type no more than once per twelve-month period. If the recipient of diversion assistance is placed on the temporary assistance for needy families program within twelve months of receiving diversion assistance, the prorated dollar value of the assistance shall be treated as a loan from the state, and recovered by deduction from the recipient's cash grant.                  Sec. 303. RCW 74.08.331 and 1992 c 7 s 59 are each amended to read as follows: Any person who by means of a willfully false statement, or representation, or impersonation, or a willful failure to reveal any material fact, condition or circumstance affecting eligibility ((of [or])) or need for assistance, including medical care, surplus commodities and food stamps, as required by law, or a willful failure to promptly notify the county office in writing as required by law or any change in status in respect to resources, or income, or need, or family composition, money contribution and other support, from whatever source derived, including unemployment insurance, or any other change in circumstances affecting the person's eligibility or need for assistance, or other fraudulent device, obtains, or attempts to obtain, or aids or abets any person to obtain any public assistance to which the person is not entitled or greater public assistance than that to which he or she is justly entitled shall be guilty of grand larceny and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by imprisonment in a state correctional facility for not more than fifteen years.             Any person who by means of a willfully false statement or representation or by impersonation or other fraudulent device aids or abets in buying, selling, or in any other way disposing of the real property of a recipient of public assistance without the consent of the secretary shall be guilty of a gross misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by imprisonment for not more than one year in the county jail or a fine of not to exceed one thousand dollars or by both.         NEW SECTION. Sec. 304. A new section is added to chapter 28A.630 RCW to read as follows:     SCHOOL-TO-WORK TRANSITIONS. (1) The legislature finds that students who do not prepare for postsecondary education, training, and employment are more likely to become dependent on state assistance programs than those who do make such preparation and that long-term employment and earning outcomes for youth can be significantly improved through school-to-work transition efforts, particularly through work-based learning experiences. The legislature intends that every effort be made to involve all youth in preparation for postsecondary education, training, and employment, including out-of-school youth.         (2) Washington is engaged in developing school-to-work transitions for all youth, which involves preparation for postsecondary education, training, and employment and requires outreach to out-of-school youth. All school-to-work transition projects in the state, therefore, whether funded by state or federal funds, shall contain an outreach component directed toward school-age youth not currently enrolled in school and demonstrate the involvement of all in-school youth in preparation for postsecondary education or training or employment. At the time a school-to-work grant is made, the superintendent of public instruction shall withhold twenty percent of the grant award and release the funds upon a showing that the project has satisfactorily included outreach to out-of-school youth and progress in involving students not traditionally engaged in preparation for postsecondary education, training, or employment.               (3) The office of the superintendent of public instruction shall provide technical assistance to ensure that school districts establish and operate outreach efforts under this section, and to include out-of-school youth in school-to-work efforts within available funds.    Sec. 305. RCW 28A.630.876 and 1993 c 335 s 8 are each amended to read as follows:            (1) The superintendent of public instruction shall report to the education committees of the legislature and committees of the legislature handling economic development and social welfare issues on the progress of the schools for the school-to-work transitions program by December 15 of each odd-numbered year.                (2) Each school district selected to participate in the ((academic and vocational integration development)) school-to-work transitions program shall submit an annual report to the superintendent of public instruction on the progress of the project as a condition of receipt of continued funding.     NEW SECTION. Sec. 306. A new section is added to chapter 43.30 RCW to read as follows:              JOBS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMS. In any jobs for the environment program designed to train and employ displaced natural resource workers and operated by the department of natural resources, recipients of temporary assistance for needy families from natural resource areas who are engaged in work search activities are eligible for training and employment on the same basis as displaced natural resource workers within available funds.                NEW SECTION. Sec. 307. INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNTS. The department shall carry out a program to fund individual development accounts established by recipients eligible for assistance under the temporary assistance for needy families program.               (1) An individual development account may be established by or on behalf of a recipient eligible for assistance provided under the temporary assistance for needy families program operated under this title for the purpose of enabling the recipient to accumulate funds for a qualified purpose described in subsection (2) of this section.               (2) A qualified purpose as described in this subsection is one or more of the following, as provided by the qualified entity providing assistance to the individual:          (a) Postsecondary expenses paid from an individual development account directly to an eligible educational institution;  (b) Qualified acquisition costs with respect to a qualified principal residence for a qualified first-time home buyer, if paid from an individual development account directly to the persons to whom the amounts are due;         (c) Amounts paid from an individual development account directly to a business capitalization account which is established in a federally insured financial institution and is restricted to use solely for qualified business capitalization expenses.         (3) A recipient may only contribute to an individual development account such amounts as are derived from earned income, as defined in section 911(d)(2) of the internal revenue code of 1986.                   (4) The department shall establish rules to ensure funds held in an individual development account are only withdrawn for a qualified purpose as provided in this section.               (5) An individual development account established under this section shall be a trust created or organized in the United States and funded through periodic contributions by the establishing recipient and matched by or through a qualified entity for a qualified purpose as provided in this section.            (6) For the purpose of determining eligibility for any assistance provided under this title, all funds in an individual development account under this section shall be disregarded for such purpose with respect to any period during which such individual maintains or makes contributions into such an account.               (7) The department shall adopt rules authorizing the use of organizations using microcredit and microenterprise approaches to assisting low-income families to become financially self-sufficient.                 (8) The department shall adopt rules implementing the use of individual development accounts by recipients of temporary assistance for needy families.      (9) For the purposes of this section, "eligible educational institution," "postsecondary educational expenses," "qualified acquisition costs," "qualified business," "qualified business capitalization expenses," "qualified expenditures," "qualified first-time home buyer," "date of acquisition," "qualified plan," and "qualified principal residence" include the meanings provided for them in P.L. 104-193.    NEW SECTION. Sec. 308. EARNINGS DISREGARDS AND EARNED INCOME CUTOFFS. (1) In addition to their monthly benefit payment, a family may earn and keep one-half of its earnings during every month it is eligible to receive assistance under this section.        (2) In no event may a family be eligible for temporary assistance for needy families if its monthly gross earned income exceeds the maximum earned income level as set by the department. In calculating a household's gross earnings, the department shall disregard the earnings of a minor child who is:      (a) A full-time student; or       (b) A part-time student carrying at least half the normal school load and working fewer than thirty-five hours per week.           Sec. 309. RCW 74.04.005 and 1992 c 165 s 1 and 1992 c 136 s 1 are each reenacted and amended to read as follows:      For the purposes of this title, unless the context indicates otherwise, the following definitions shall apply:         (1) "Public assistance" or "assistance"—Public aid to persons in need thereof for any cause, including services, medical care, assistance grants, disbursing orders, work relief, general assistance and federal-aid assistance.     (2) "Department"—The department of social and health services.           (3) "County or local office"—The administrative office for one or more counties or designated service areas.             (4) "Director" or "secretary" means the secretary of social and health services.        (5) "Federal-aid assistance"—The specific categories of assistance for which provision is made in any federal law existing or hereafter passed by which payments are made from the federal government to the state in aid or in respect to payment by the state for public assistance rendered to any category of needy persons for which provision for federal funds or aid may from time to time be made, or a federally administered needs-based program.        (6)(a) "General assistance"—Aid to persons in need who:       (i) Are not eligible to receive federal-aid assistance, other than food stamps and medical assistance; however, an individual who refuses or fails to cooperate in obtaining federal-aid assistance, without good cause, is not eligible for general assistance;        (ii) Meet one of the following conditions:      (A) Pregnant: PROVIDED, That need is based on the current income and resource requirements of the federal ((aid to families with dependent children)) temporary assistance for needy families program((: PROVIDED FURTHER, That during any period in which an aid for dependent children employable program is not in operation, only those pregnant women who are categorically eligible for medicaid are eligible for general assistance)); or            (B) Subject to chapter 165, Laws of 1992, incapacitated from gainful employment by reason of bodily or mental infirmity that will likely continue for a minimum of ninety days as determined by the department.                (C) Persons who are unemployable due to alcohol or drug addiction are not eligible for general assistance. Persons receiving general assistance on July 26, 1987, or becoming eligible for such assistance thereafter, due to an alcohol or drug-related incapacity, shall be referred to appropriate assessment, treatment, shelter, or supplemental security income referral services as authorized under chapter 74.50 RCW. Referrals shall be made at the time of application or at the time of eligibility review. Alcoholic and drug addicted clients who are receiving general assistance on July 26, 1987, may remain on general assistance if they otherwise retain their eligibility until they are assessed for services under chapter 74.50 RCW. Subsection (6)(a)(ii)(B) of this section shall not be construed to prohibit the department from granting general assistance benefits to alcoholics and drug addicts who are incapacitated due to other physical or mental conditions that meet the eligibility criteria for the general assistance program;            (iii) Are citizens or aliens lawfully admitted for permanent residence or otherwise residing in the United States under color of law; and         (iv) Have furnished the department their social security account number. If the social security account number cannot be furnished because it has not been issued or is not known, an application for a number shall be made prior to authorization of assistance, and the social security number shall be provided to the department upon receipt.              (b) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (6)(a)(i), (ii), and (c) of this section, general assistance shall be provided to the following recipients of federal-aid assistance:               (i) Recipients of supplemental security income whose need, as defined in this section, is not met by such supplemental security income grant because of separation from a spouse; or         (ii) To the extent authorized by the legislature in the biennial appropriations act, to recipients of ((aid to families with dependent children)) temporary assistance for needy families whose needs are not being met because of a temporary reduction in monthly income below the entitled benefit payment level caused by loss or reduction of wages or unemployment compensation benefits or some other unforeseen circumstances. The amount of general assistance authorized shall not exceed the difference between the entitled benefit payment level and the amount of income actually received.        (c) General assistance shall be provided only to persons who are not members of assistance units receiving federal aid assistance, except as provided in subsection (6)(a)(ii)(A) and (b) of this section, and will accept available services which can reasonably be expected to enable the person to work or reduce the need for assistance unless there is good cause to refuse. Failure to accept such services shall result in termination until the person agrees to cooperate in accepting such services and subject to the following maximum periods of ineligibility after reapplication:  (i) First failure: One week;    (ii) Second failure within six months: One month;      (iii) Third and subsequent failure within one year: Two months.          (d) Persons found eligible for general assistance based on incapacity from gainful employment may, if otherwise eligible, receive general assistance pending application for federal supplemental security income benefits. Any general assistance that is subsequently duplicated by the person's receipt of supplemental security income for the same period shall be considered a debt due the state and shall by operation of law be subject to recovery through all available legal remedies.      (e) The department shall adopt by rule medical criteria for general assistance eligibility to ensure that eligibility decisions are consistent with statutory requirements and are based on clear, objective medical information.    (f) The process implementing the medical criteria shall involve consideration of opinions of the treating or consulting physicians or health care professionals regarding incapacity, and any eligibility decision which rejects uncontroverted medical opinion must set forth clear and convincing reasons for doing so.     (g) Recipients of general assistance based upon a finding of incapacity from gainful employment who remain otherwise eligible shall not have their benefits terminated absent a clear showing of material improvement in their medical or mental condition or specific error in the prior determination that found the recipient eligible by reason of incapacitation. Recipients of general assistance based upon pregnancy who relinquish their child for adoption, remain otherwise eligible, and are not eligible to receive benefits under the federal ((aid to families with dependent children)) temporary assistance for needy families program shall not have their benefits terminated until the end of the month in which the period of six weeks following the birth of the recipient's child falls. Recipients of the federal ((aid to families with dependent children)) temporary assistance for needy families program who lose their eligibility solely because of the birth and relinquishment of the qualifying child may receive general assistance through the end of the month in which the period of six weeks following the birth of the child falls.        (7) "Applicant"—Any person who has made a request, or on behalf of whom a request has been made, to any county or local office for assistance.              (8) "Recipient"—Any person receiving assistance and in addition those dependents whose needs are included in the recipient's assistance.        (9) "Standards of assistance"—The level of income required by an applicant or recipient to maintain a level of living specified by the department.      (10) "Resource"—Any asset, tangible or intangible, owned by or available to the applicant at the time of application, which can be applied toward meeting the applicant's need, either directly or by conversion into money or its equivalent: PROVIDED, That an applicant may retain the following described resources and not be ineligible for public assistance because of such resources.   (a) A home, which is defined as real property owned and used by an applicant or recipient as a place of residence, together with a reasonable amount of property surrounding and contiguous thereto, which is used by and useful to the applicant. Whenever a recipient shall cease to use such property for residential purposes, either for himself or his dependents, the property shall be considered as a resource which can be made available to meet need, and if the recipient or his dependents absent themselves from the home for a period of ninety consecutive days such absence, unless due to hospitalization or health reasons or a natural disaster, shall raise a rebuttable presumption of abandonment: PROVIDED, That if in the opinion of three physicians the recipient will be unable to return to the home during his lifetime, and the home is not occupied by a spouse or dependent children or disabled sons or daughters, such property shall be considered as a resource which can be made available to meet need.         (b) Household furnishings and personal effects and other personal property having great sentimental value to the applicant or recipient, as limited by the department consistent with limitations on resources and exemptions for federal aid assistance.    (c) A motor vehicle, other than a motor home, used and useful having an equity value not to exceed ((one)) five thousand ((five hundred)) dollars.        (d) A motor vehicle necessary to transport a physically disabled household member. This exclusion is limited to one vehicle per physically disabled person.     (e) All other resources, including any excess of values exempted, not to exceed one thousand dollars or other limit as set by the department, to be consistent with limitations on resources and exemptions necessary for federal aid assistance. The department shall also allow recipients of temporary assistance for needy families to exempt savings accounts with combined balances of up to an additional three thousand dollars.              (((e))) (f) Applicants for or recipients of general assistance shall have their eligibility based on resource limitations consistent with the ((aid to families with dependent children)) temporary assistance for needy families program rules adopted by the department.                  (((f))) (g) If an applicant for or recipient of public assistance possesses property and belongings in excess of the ceiling value, such value shall be used in determining the need of the applicant or recipient, except that: (i) The department may exempt resources or income when the income and resources are determined necessary to the applicant's or recipient's restoration to independence, to decrease the need for public assistance, or to aid in rehabilitating the applicant or recipient or a dependent of the applicant or recipient; and (ii) the department may provide grant assistance for a period not to exceed nine months from the date the agreement is signed pursuant to this section to persons who are otherwise ineligible because of excess real property owned by such persons when they are making a good faith effort to dispose of that property: PROVIDED, That:      (A) The applicant or recipient signs an agreement to repay the lesser of the amount of aid received or the net proceeds of such sale;      (B) If the owner of the excess property ceases to make good faith efforts to sell the property, the entire amount of assistance may become an overpayment and a debt due the state and may be recovered pursuant to RCW 43.20B.630;                  (C) Applicants and recipients are advised of their right to a fair hearing and afforded the opportunity to challenge a decision that good faith efforts to sell have ceased, prior to assessment of an overpayment under this section; and    (D) At the time assistance is authorized, the department files a lien without a sum certain on the specific property.          (11) "Income"—(a) All appreciable gains in real or personal property (cash or kind) or other assets, which are received by or become available for use and enjoyment by an applicant or recipient during the month of application or after applying for or receiving public assistance. The department may by rule and regulation exempt income received by an applicant for or recipient of public assistance which can be used by him to decrease his need for public assistance or to aid in rehabilitating him or his dependents, but such exemption shall not, unless otherwise provided in this title, exceed the exemptions of resources granted under this chapter to an applicant for public assistance. In determining the amount of assistance to which an applicant or recipient of ((aid to families with dependent children)) temporary assistance for needy families is entitled, the department is hereby authorized to disregard as a resource or income the earned income exemptions consistent with federal requirements. The department may permit the above exemption of earnings of a child to be retained by such child to cover the cost of special future identifiable needs even though the total exceeds the exemptions or resources granted to applicants and recipients of public assistance, but consistent with federal requirements. In formulating rules and regulations pursuant to this chapter, the department shall define income and resources and the availability thereof, consistent with federal requirements. All resources and income not specifically exempted, and any income or other economic benefit derived from the use of, or appreciation in value of, exempt resources, shall be considered in determining the need of an applicant or recipient of public assistance.        (b) If, under applicable federal requirements, the state has the option of considering property in the form of lump sum compensatory awards or related settlements received by an applicant or recipient as income or as a resource, the department shall consider such property to be a resource.           (12) "Need"—The difference between the applicant's or recipient's standards of assistance for himself and the dependent members of his family, as measured by the standards of the department, and value of all nonexempt resources and nonexempt income received by or available to the applicant or recipient and the dependent members of his family.          (13) For purposes of determining eligibility for public assistance and participation levels in the cost of medical care, the department shall exempt restitution payments made to people of Japanese and Aleut ancestry pursuant to the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 and the Aleutian and Pribilof Island Restitution Act passed by congress, P.L. 100-383, including all income and resources derived therefrom.      (14) In the construction of words and phrases used in this title, the singular number shall include the plural, the masculine gender shall include both the feminine and neuter genders and the present tense shall include the past and future tenses, unless the context thereof shall clearly indicate to the contrary.     NEW SECTION. Sec. 310. NONCUSTODIAL PARENTS IN WORK PROGRAMS. The department may provide Washington WorkFirst activities or make cross-referrals to existing programs to qualifying noncustodial parents of children receiving temporary assistance for needy families who are unable to meet their child support obligations. Services authorized under this section shall be provided within available funds.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 311. DEFINITIONS. Unless the context clearly requires otherwise, as used in this chapter, "work activity" means:         (1) Unsubsidized paid employment in the private or public sector;       (2) Subsidized paid employment in the private or public sector;  (3) Work experience, including work associated with the refurbishing of publicly assisted housing, if sufficient paid employment is not available;             (4) On-the-job training;          (5) Job search and job readiness assistance;      (6) Community service programs;          (7) Vocational educational training, not to exceed twelve months with respect to any individual;      (8) Job skills training directly related to employment;           (9) Education directly related to employment, in the case of a recipient who has not received a high school diploma or a GED;       (10) Satisfactory attendance at secondary school or in a course of study leading to a GED, in the case of a recipient who has not completed secondary school or received such a certificate;              (11) The provision of child care services to an individual who is participating in a community service program; and                 (12) Services required by the recipient under RCW 74.08.025(3) and 74.--.---(3) (section 103(3) of this act) to become employable.        NEW SECTION. Sec. 312. JOB SEARCH OR WORK ACTIVITY. (1) There is established in the department the Washington WorkFirst program. The department shall administer the program consistent with the temporary assistance for needy families provisions of P.L. 104-193. In operating the WorkFirst program the department shall meet the minimum work participation rates specified in federal law, and shall require recipients of assistance to engage in job search and work activities as an ongoing condition of eligibility.                  (2) Upon application to the temporary assistance for needy families program, each recipient shall be placed in the job search component. For recipients who have been approved for assistance before the effective date of this section, the job search component shall be completed no later than one hundred eighty days after the effective date of this section.      (3) The Washington WorkFirst program shall include a job search component in which each nonexempt recipient of temporary assistance for needy families shall participate. The job search component may not last more than four weeks for each recipient. Each recipient shall be required to attend job search component activities at least thirty-six hours per week. Failure to participate in the job search component shall result in sanctions under section 313 of this act. The job search component shall serve as the assessment tool to comply with federal law. If a recipient fails to find paid employment during the job search component, the department may refer the recipient to those work activities that are directly related to improving the recipient's employability.    (4) As used in this section, "job search component" means an activity in which nonexempt recipients engage each weekday upon entering the Washington WorkFirst program. The component shall provide at least three hours per weekday of classroom instruction on how to secure a job and at least three hours per weekday of individual job search activities.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 313. PLACEMENT INTO WORK ACTIVITY. Recipients who have not obtained paid, unsubsidized employment by the end of the job search component authorized in section 312 of this act shall be referred to a work activity.      (1) Each recipient shall be assessed immediately upon completion of the job search component. Assessments shall be based upon factors that are critical to obtaining employment, including but not limited to education, employment strengths, and employment history. Assessments may be performed by the department or by a contracted entity. The assessment shall be based on a uniform, consistent, transferable format that will be accepted by all agencies and organizations serving the recipient. Based on the assessment, an individual responsibility plan shall be prepared that: (a) Sets forth an employment goal and a plan for moving the recipient immediately into employment; (b) contains the obligation of the recipient to become and remain employed; (c) moves the recipient into whatever employment the recipient is capable of handling as quickly as possible; and (d) describes the services available to the recipient to enable the recipient to obtain and keep employment.        (2) Recipients who are not engaged in work and work activities, and do not qualify for a good cause exemption under section 314 of this act, shall engage in self-directed service as provided in section 326 of this act.               (3) If a recipient refuses to engage in work and work activities required by the department, the family's grant shall be reduced by the recipient's share, and may, if the department determines it appropriate, be terminated.      (4) The department may waive the penalties required under subsection (3) of this section, subject to a finding that the recipient refused to engage in work for good cause provided in section 314 of this act.              (5) In implementing this section, the department shall assign the highest priority to the most employable clients, including adults in two-parent families and parents in single-parent families that include older preschool or school age children to be engaged in work activities.              (6) In consultation with the recipient, the department or contractor shall place the recipient into a work activity that is available in the local area where the recipient resides.                 NEW SECTION. Sec. 314. GOOD CAUSE. Good cause reasons for failure to participate in WorkFirst program components include: (1) Situations where the recipient is a parent or other relative personally providing care for a child under the age of six years, and formal or informal child care, or day care for an incapacitated individual living in the same home as a dependent child, is necessary for an individual to participate or continue participation in the program or accept employment, and such care is not available, and the department fails to provide such care; or (2) until June 30, 1999, if the recipient is a parent with a child under the age of one year. A parent may only receive this exemption for a total of twelve months, which may be consecutive or nonconsecutive; or (3) after June 30, 1999, if the recipient is a parent with a child under three months of age.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 315. WORKFIRST--GOALS--CONTRACTS--SERVICE AREAS--PLANS. (1) The legislature finds that moving those eligible for assistance to self-sustaining employment is a goal of the WorkFirst program. It is the intent of WorkFirst to aid a participant's progress to self-sufficiency by allowing flexibility within the state-wide program to reflect community resources, the local characteristics of the labor market, and the composition of the caseload. Program success will be enhanced through effective coordination at regional and local levels, involving employers, labor representatives, educators, community leaders, local governments, and social service providers.      (2) The department, through its regional offices, shall collaborate with employers, recipients, frontline workers, educational institutions, labor, private industry councils, the work force training and education coordinating board, community rehabilitation employment programs, employment and training agencies, local governments, the employment security department, and community action agencies to develop work programs that are effective and work in their communities. For planning purposes, the department shall collect and make accessible to regional offices successful work program models from around the United States, including the employment partnership program, apprenticeship programs, microcredit, microenterprise, self-employment, and W-2 Wisconsin works. Work programs shall incorporate local volunteer citizens in their planning and implementation phases to ensure community relevance and success.         (3) To reduce administrative costs and to ensure equal state-wide access to services, the department may develop contracts for state-wide welfare-to-work services. These state-wide contracts shall support regional flexibility and ensure that resources follow local labor market opportunities and recipients' needs.         (4) The secretary shall establish WorkFirst service areas for purposes of planning WorkFirst programs and for distributing WorkFirst resources. Service areas shall reflect department regions.   (5) By July 31st of each odd-numbered year, a plan for the WorkFirst program shall be developed for each region. The plan shall be prepared in consultation with local and regional sources, adapting the state-wide WorkFirst program to achieve maximum effect for the participants and the communities within which they reside. Local consultation shall include to the greatest extent possible input from local and regional planning bodies for social services and work force development. The regional and local administrator shall consult with employers of various sizes, labor representatives, training and education providers, program participants, economic development organizations, community organizations, tribes, and local governments in the preparation of the service area plan.      (6) The secretary has final authority in plan approval or modification. Regional program implementation may deviate from the state-wide program if specified in a service area plan, as approved by the secretary.    NEW SECTION. Sec. 316. WORK PROGRAM CONTRACTS. (1) It is the intent of the legislature that the department is authorized to engage in competitive contracting using performance-based contracts to provide all work activities authorized in chapter . . ., Laws of 1997 (this act), including the job search component authorized in section 312 of this act.          (2) The department may use competitive performance-based contracting to select which vendors will participate in the WorkFirst program. Performance-based contracts shall be awarded based on factors that include but are not limited to the criteria listed in section 702 of this act, past performance of the contractor, demonstrated ability to perform the contract effectively, financial strength of the contractor, and merits of the proposal for services submitted by the contractor. Contracts shall be made without regard to whether the contractor is a public or private entity.          (3) The department may contract for an evaluation of the competitive contracting practices and outcomes to be performed by an independent entity with expertise in government privatization and competitive strategies. The evaluation shall include quarterly progress reports to the fiscal committees of the legislature and to the governor, starting at the first quarter after the effective date of the first competitive contract and ending two years after the effective date of the first competitive contract.              (4) The department shall seek independent assistance in developing contracting strategies to implement this section. Assistance may include but is not limited to development of contract language, design of requests for proposal, developing full cost information on government services, evaluation of bids, and providing for equal competition between private and public entities.           NEW SECTION. Sec. 317. PLACEMENT BONUSES. In the case of service providers that are not public agencies, initial placement bonuses of no greater than five hundred dollars may be provided by the department for service entities responsible for placing recipients in an unsubsidized job for a minimum of twelve weeks, and the following additional bonuses shall also be provided:     (1) A percent of the initial bonus if the job pays double the minimum wage;        (2) A percent of the initial bonus if the job provides health care;           (3) A percent of the initial bonus if the job includes employer-provided child care needed by the recipient; and     (4) A percent of the initial bonus if the recipient is continuously employed for two years.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 318. No collective bargaining agreement may be entered into, extended, or renewed after the effective date of this section that prevents or restricts the authority of the department of social and health services to exercise the powers granted under sections 312 through 317 of this act and RCW 74.04.050.          Sec. 319. RCW 74.04.050 and 1981 1st ex.s. c 6 s 3 are each amended to read as follows:            (1) The department shall serve as the single state agency to administer public assistance. The department is hereby empowered and authorized to cooperate in the administration of such federal laws, consistent with the public assistance laws of this state, as may be necessary to qualify for federal funds for:      (((1))) (a) Medical assistance;                (((2) Aid to dependent children)) (b) Temporary assistance for needy families;    (((3))) (c) Child welfare services; and     (((4))) (d) Any other programs of public assistance for which provision for federal grants or funds may from time to time be made.    (2) The state hereby accepts and assents to all the present provisions of the federal law under which federal grants or funds, goods, commodities and services are extended to the state for the support of programs administered by the department, and to such additional legislation as may subsequently be enacted as is not inconsistent with the purposes of this title, authorizing public welfare and assistance activities. The provisions of this title shall be so administered as to conform with federal requirements with respect to eligibility for the receipt of federal grants or funds.             The department shall periodically make application for federal grants or funds and submit such plans, reports and data, as are required by any act of congress as a condition precedent to the receipt of federal funds for such assistance. The department shall make and enforce such rules and regulations as shall be necessary to insure compliance with the terms and conditions of such federal grants or funds.             (3) The department may contract with public and private entities for administrative services for the following programs and functions: (a) Temporary assistance for needy families; (b) general assistance; (c) refugee services; (d) facilitation of eligibility for federal supplemental security income benefits; (e) medical assistance eligibility; and (f) food stamps.  Sec. 320. RCW 41.06.380 and 1979 ex.s. c 46 s 2 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) Nothing contained in this chapter shall prohibit any department, as defined in RCW 41.06.020, from purchasing services by contract with individuals or business entities if such services were regularly purchased by valid contract by such department prior to April 23, 1979: PROVIDED, That no such contract may be executed or renewed if it would have the effect of terminating classified employees or classified employee positions existing at the time of the execution or renewal of the contract.             (2) Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to prohibit the department of social and health services from carrying out the provisions of sections 312 through 318 of this act and RCW 74.04.050.    NEW SECTION. Sec. 321. FUNDING RESTRICTIONS. The department of social and health services shall operate the Washington WorkFirst program authorized under sections 301, 302, 307, 308, 310 through 318, 323 through 326, and 401 through 403 of this act, RCW 74.13.0903 and 74.25.040, and chapter 74.12 RCW within the following constraints:             (1) The full amount of the temporary assistance for needy families block grant, plus qualifying state expenditures as appropriated in the biennial operating budget, shall be appropriated to the department each year in the biennial appropriations act to carry out the provisions of the program authorized in sections 301, 302, 307, 308, 310 through 318, 323 through 326, and 401 through 403 of this act, RCW 74.13.0903 and 74.25.040, and chapter 74.12 RCW.                 (2) The department may expend funds defined in subsection (1) of this section in any manner that will effectively accomplish the outcome measures defined in section 702 of this act. No more than fifteen percent of the amount provided in subsection (1) of this section may be spent for administrative purposes. For the purpose of this subsection, "administrative purposes" does not include expenditures for information technology and computerization needed for tracking and monitoring required by P.L. 104-193. The department shall not increase grant levels to recipients of the program authorized in sections 301, 302, 307, 308, 310 through 318, and 323 through 326 of this act and chapter 74.12 RCW.       (3) The department shall implement strategies that accomplish the outcome measures identified in section 702 of this act that are within the funding constraints in this section. Specifically, the department shall implement strategies that will cause the number of cases in the program authorized in sections 301, 302, 307, 308, 310 through 318, and 323 through 326 of this act and chapter 74.12 RCW to decrease by at least fifteen percent during the 1997-99 biennium and by at least five percent in the subsequent biennium. The department may transfer appropriation authority between funding categories within the economic services program in order to carry out the requirements of this subsection.         (4) The department shall monitor expenditures against the appropriation levels provided for in subsection (1) of this section. The department shall quarterly make a determination as to whether expenditure levels will exceed available funding and communicate its finding to the legislature. If the determination indicates that expenditures will exceed funding at the end of the fiscal year, the department shall take all necessary actions to ensure that all services provided under this chapter shall be made available only to the extent of the availability and level of appropriation made by the legislature.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 322. The following acts or parts of acts are each repealed:      (1) RCW 74.25.010 and 1994 c 299 s 6 & 1991 c 126 s 5;    (2) RCW 74.25.020 and 1993 c 312 s 7, 1992 c 165 s 3, & 1991 c 126 s 6;      (3) RCW 74.25.030 and 1991 c 126 s 7;                (4) RCW 74.25.900 and 1991 c 126 s 8; and          (5) RCW 74.25.901 and 1991 c 126 s 9.                     NEW SECTION. Sec. 323. A new section is added to chapter 43.330 RCW to read as follows:   ENTREPRENEURIAL ASSISTANCE--DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY, TRADE, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. (1) The department shall ensure that none of its rules or practices act to exclude recipients of temporary assistance for needy families from any small business loan opportunities or entrepreneurial assistance it makes available through its community development block grant program or otherwise provides using state or federal resources. The department shall encourage local administrators of microlending programs using public funds to conduct outreach activities to encourage recipients of temporary assistance for needy families to explore self-employment as an option. The department shall compile information on private and public sources of entrepreneurial assistance and loans for start-up businesses and provide the department of social and health services with the information for dissemination to recipients of temporary assistance for needy families.      (2) The department shall, as part of its industrial recruitment efforts, work with the work force training and education coordinating board to identify the skill sets needed by companies locating in the state. The department shall provide the department of social and health services with the information about the companies' needs in order that recipients of public assistance and service providers assisting such recipients through training and placement programs may be informed and respond accordingly. The department shall work with the state board for community and technical colleges, the job skills program, the employment security department, and other employment and training programs to facilitate the inclusion of recipients of temporary assistance for needy families in relevant training that would make them good employees for recruited firms.        (3) The department shall perform the duties under this section within available funds.         NEW SECTION. Sec. 324. JOB ASSISTANCE--DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES. The department shall:               (1) Notify recipients of temporary assistance for needy families that self-employment is one method of leaving state assistance. The department shall provide its regional offices, recipients of temporary assistance for needy families, and any contractors providing job search, training, or placement services notification of programs available in the state for entrepreneurial training, technical assistance, and loans available for start-up businesses;      (2) Provide recipients of temporary assistance for needy families and service providers assisting such recipients through training and placement programs with information it receives about the skills and training required by firms locating in the state;               (3) Encourage recipients of temporary assistance for needy families that are in need of basic skills to seek out programs that integrate basic skills training with occupational training and workplace experience.         NEW SECTION. Sec. 325. WAGE SUBSIDY PROGRAM. The department shall establish a wage subsidy program for recipients of temporary assistance for needy families. The department shall give preference in job placements to private sector employers that have agreed to participate in the wage subsidy program. The department shall identify characteristics of employers who can meet the employment goals stated in section 702 of this act. The department shall use these characteristics in identifying which employers may participate in the program. The department shall adopt rules for the participation of recipients of temporary assistance for needy families in the wage subsidy program. Participants in the program established under this section may not be employed if: (1) The employer has terminated the employment of any current employee or otherwise caused an involuntary reduction of its work force in order to fill the vacancy so created with the participant; or (2) the participant displaces or partially displaces current employees. Employers providing positions created under this section shall meet the requirements of chapter 49.46 RCW. This section shall not diminish or result in the infringement of obligations or rights under chapters 41.06, 41.56, and 49.36 RCW and the national labor relations act, 29 U.S.C. Ch. 7. The department shall establish such local and state-wide advisory boards, including business and labor representatives, as it deems appropriate to assist in the implementation of the wage subsidy program. Once the recipient is hired, the wage subsidy shall be authorized for up to nine months.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 326. COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM. The department shall establish the community service program to provide the experience of work for recipients of public assistance. The program is intended to promote a strong work ethic for participating public assistance recipients. Under this program, public assistance recipients are required to volunteer to work for charitable nonprofit organizations and public agencies, or engage in another activity designed to benefit the recipient, the recipient's family, or the recipient's community, as determined by the department on a case-by-case basis. Participants in a community service or work experience program established by this chapter are deemed employees for the purpose of chapter 49.17 RCW. The cost of premiums under Title 51 RCW shall be paid for by the department for participants in a community service or work experience program. Participants in a community service or work experience program may not be placed if: (1) An employer has terminated the employment of any current employee or otherwise caused an involuntary reduction of its work force in order to fill the vacancy so created with the participant; or (2) the participant displaces or partially displaces current employees.        Sec. 327. RCW 74.12A.020 and 1993 c 312 s 8 are each amended to read as follows:        The department ((may)) shall provide grants to community action agencies or other local nonprofit organizations to provide job opportunities and basic skills training program participants with transitional support services, one-to-one assistance, case management, and job retention services.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 328. A new section is added to chapter 74.12 RCW to read as follows:          A grant provided under the temporary assistance for needy families program shall be provided on a pro rata basis to the extent the recipient complies with mandated work and work activity requirements.   NEW SECTION. Sec. 329. A new section is added to chapter 74.12 RCW to read as follows:          In determining eligibility for the temporary assistance for needy families program of an assistance unit under this title, if a household member is excluded from an assistance unit based on residency, alienage, or citizenship of the household member, the department shall allocate the full amount of the household's income to the assistance unit without deducting an amount for the support of the household member.

IV. CHILD CARE

      NEW SECTION. Sec. 401. The legislature finds that informed choice is consistent with individual responsibility and that parents should be given a range of options for available child care while participating in the program.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 402. CHILD CARE. (1) Within available funds, the department shall administer a single, integrated child care program which may serve families with incomes up to one hundred seventy-five percent of the federal poverty level.                (2) All families participating in the child care program shall have equal access to the child care of their choice. However, the child care providers must comply with applicable licensing rules if they are required by law to comply with those rules.   (3) The minimum copayment per family shall be at least ten dollars per month. Child care shall be provided on a sliding scale but may not be provided for any family whose income equals or exceeds one hundred seventy-five percent of the federal poverty level adjusted for family size on an annual income basis. For families with income between seventy-four and one hundred percent of the federal poverty level adjusted for family size, the monthly child care copayment shall be thirty percent of earned income in excess of seventy-four percent of federal poverty level adjusted for family size. For families with income at or above one hundred percent of the federal poverty level adjusted for family size, the copay shall be a minimum of one hundred dollars per month. For families with income between one hundred one and one hundred thirty percent of the federal poverty level adjusted for family size, the monthly copay shall be twenty-nine percent of earned income in excess of seventy-four percent of the federal poverty level adjusted for family size. For families with income between one hundred thirty-one and one hundred seventy-five percent of the federal poverty level adjusted for family size, the copay shall be fifty percent of earned income above one hundred percent of the federal poverty level adjusted for family size.            (4) All compensable child care services authorized in this section shall be paid for through vouchers. Vouchers shall be provided to recipients and may only be used to purchase child care through the program created in this section.          NEW SECTION. Sec. 403. (1) The legislature finds that to comply with P.L. 104-193 section 407(e)(2), Washington is obligated to provide appropriate and affordable child care for recipients of temporary assistance for needy families. To comply with this federal requirement and to avoid possible fiscal sanctions, the legislature intends to determine what constitutes affordable, accessible child care in Washington.          (2) The Washington institute for public policy shall conduct a study of reasonable, affordable child care subsidy rates that are realistic for low-income working families. The institute for public policy shall review child care subsidy rates in use in other jurisdictions and shall model the economic impact of child care subsidy rates on low-income families. The institute for public policy shall report its findings and recommendations to the legislature no later than December 15, 1997.                 Sec. 404. RCW 74.13.0903 and 1993 c 453 s 2 are each amended to read as follows:          The office of child care policy is established to operate under the authority of the department of social and health services. The duties and responsibilities of the office include, but are not limited to, the following, within appropriated funds:           (1) Staff and assist the child care coordinating committee in the implementation of its duties under RCW 74.13.090;           (2) Work in conjunction with the state-wide child care resource and referral network as well as local governments, nonprofit organizations, businesses, and community child care advocates to create local child care resource and referral organizations. These organizations may carry out needs assessments, resource development, provider training, technical assistance, and parent information and training;             (3) Actively seek public and private money for distribution as grants to the state-wide child care resource and referral network and to existing or potential local child care resource and referral organizations;         (4) Adopt rules regarding the application for and distribution of grants to local child care resource and referral organizations. The rules shall, at a minimum, require an applicant to submit a plan for achieving the following objectives:              (a) Provide parents with information about child care resources, including location of services and subsidies;           (b) Carry out child care provider recruitment and training programs, including training under RCW 74.25.040;      (c) Offer support services, such as parent and provider seminars, toy-lending libraries, and substitute banks;     (d) Provide information for businesses regarding child care supply and demand;    (e) Advocate for increased public and private sector resources devoted to child care; ((and))                (f) Provide technical assistance to employers regarding employee child care services; and             (g) Serve recipients of temporary assistance for needy families and working parents with incomes at or below household incomes of one hundred seventy-five percent of the federal poverty line;            (5) Provide staff support and technical assistance to the state-wide child care resource and referral network and local child care resource and referral organizations;              (6) Maintain a state-wide child care licensing data bank and work with department of social and health services licensors to provide information to local child care resource and referral organizations about licensed child care providers in the state;   (7) Through the state-wide child care resource and referral network and local resource and referral organizations, compile data about local child care needs and availability for future planning and development;        (8) Coordinate with the state-wide child care resource and referral network and local child care resource and referral organizations for the provision of training and technical assistance to child care providers; and          (9) Collect and assemble information regarding the availability of insurance and of federal and other child care funding to assist state and local agencies, businesses, and other child care providers in offering child care services.      Sec. 405. RCW 74.25.040 and 1994 c 299 s 8 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) Recipients of ((aid to families with dependent children)) temporary assistance for needy families who are ((not)) employed or participating in ((an education or work training program)) a work activity under section 312 of this act may volunteer ((to)) or work in a licensed child care facility((, or other willing volunteer work site)). Licensed child care facilities participating in this effort shall provide care for the recipient's children and provide for the development of positive child care skills. (2) The department shall train two hundred fifty recipients of temporary assistance for needy families to become family child care providers or child care center teachers. The department shall offer the training in rural and urban communities. The department shall adopt rules to implement the child care training program in this section.              (3) Recipients trained under this section shall provide child care services to clients of the department for two years following the completion of their child care training.

V. TEEN PARENTSA. PERMISSIBLE LIVING SITUATIONS

      Sec. 501. RCW 74.12.255 and 1994 c 299 s 33 are each amended to read as follows:         (1) The department shall determine, after consideration of all relevant factors and in consultation with the applicant, the most appropriate living situation for applicants under eighteen years of age, unmarried, and either pregnant or having a dependent child or children in the applicant's care. An appropriate living situation((s)) shall include a place of residence that is maintained by the applicant's parents, parent, legal guardian, or other adult relative as their or his or her own home((, or other)) and that the department finds would provide an appropriate supportive living arrangement ((supervised by an adult where feasible and consistent with federal regulations under 45 C.F.R. chapter II, section 233.107)). It also includes a living situation maintained by an agency that is licensed under chapter 74.15 RCW that the department finds would provide an appropriate supportive living arrangement. Grant assistance shall not be provided under this chapter if the applicant does not reside in the most appropriate living situation, as determined by the department. (2) ((An applicant under eighteen years of age who is either pregnant or has a dependent child and is not living in a situation described in subsection (1) of this section shall be)) An unmarried minor parent or pregnant minor applicant residing in the most appropriate living situation, as provided under subsection (1) of this section, is presumed to be unable to manage adequately the funds paid to the minor or on behalf of the dependent child or children and, unless the ((teenage custodial parent demonstrates otherwise)) minor provides sufficient evidence to rebut the presumption, shall be subject to the protective payee requirements provided for under RCW 74.12.250 and 74.08.280.          (3) The department shall consider any statements or opinions by either parent of the ((teen recipient)) unmarried minor parent or pregnant minor applicant as to an appropriate living situation for the ((teen)) minor and his or her children, whether in the parental home or other situation. If the parents or a parent of the ((teen head of household applicant for assistance)) minor request, they or he or she shall be entitled to a hearing in juvenile court regarding ((the fitness and suitability of their home as the top priority choice)) designation of the parental home or other relative placement as the most appropriate living situation for the pregnant or parenting ((teen applicant for assistance)) minor.      The department shall provide the parents ((shall have)) or parent with the opportunity to make a showing((, based on the preponderance of the evidence,)) that the parental home, or home of the other relative placement, is the most appropriate living situation. It shall be presumed in any administrative or judicial proceeding conducted under this subsection that the parental home or other relative placement requested by the parents or parent is the most appropriate living situation. This presumption is rebuttable.    (4) In cases in which the ((head of household is under eighteen years of age,)) minor is unmarried((,)) and unemployed, ((and requests information on adoption,)) the department shall, as part of the determination of the appropriate living situation, make an affirmative effort to provide current and positive information about adoption including referral to community-based organizations for counseling and provide information about the manner in which adoption works, its benefits for unmarried, unemployed minor parents and their children, and the meaning and availability of open adoption.       (5) For the purposes of this section, "most appropriate living situation" shall not include a living situation including an adult male who fathered the qualifying child and is found to meet the elements of rape of a child as set forth in RCW 9A.44.079.                  Sec. 502. RCW 74.04.0052 and 1994 c 299 s 34 are each amended to read as follows:       (1) The department shall determine, after consideration of all relevant factors and in consultation with the applicant, the most appropriate living situation for applicants under eighteen years of age, unmarried, and pregnant who are eligible for general assistance as defined in RCW 74.04.005(6)(a)(ii)(A). An appropriate living situation((s)) shall include a place of residence that is maintained by the applicant's parents, parent, legal guardian, or other adult relative as their or his or her own home((, or other)) and that the department finds would provide an appropriate supportive living arrangement ((supervised by an adult where feasible and consistent with federal regulations under 45 C.F.R. chapter II, section 233.107)). It also includes a living situation maintained by an agency that is licensed under chapter 74.15 RCW that the department finds would provide an appropriate supportive living arrangement. Grant assistance shall not be provided under this chapter if the applicant does not reside in the most appropriate living situation, as determined by the department.      (2) ((An applicant under eighteen years of age who is pregnant and is not living in a situation described in subsection (1) of this section shall be)) A pregnant minor residing in the most appropriate living situation, as provided under subsection (1) of this section, is presumed to be unable to manage adequately the funds paid to the minor or on behalf of the dependent child or children and, unless the ((teenage custodial parent demonstrates otherwise)) minor provides sufficient evidence to rebut the presumption, shall be subject to the protective payee requirements provided for under RCW 74.12.250 and 74.08.280.               (3) The department shall consider any statements or opinions by either parent of the ((teen recipient)) unmarried minor parent or pregnant minor applicant as to an appropriate living situation for the ((teen)) minor, whether in the parental home or other situation. If the parents or a parent of the ((teen head of household applicant for assistance)) minor request, they or he or she shall be entitled to a hearing in juvenile court regarding ((the fitness and suitability of their home as the top priority choice)) designation of the parental home or other relative placement as the most appropriate living situation for the pregnant or parenting ((teen applicant for assistance)) minor.   The department shall provide the parents ((shall have)) or parent with the opportunity to make a showing((, based on the preponderance of the evidence,)) that the parental home, or home of the other relative placement, is the most appropriate living situation. It shall be presumed in any administrative or judicial proceeding conducted under this subsection that the parental home or other relative placement requested by the parents or parent is the most appropriate living situation. This presumption is rebuttable.      (4) In cases in which the ((head of household is under eighteen years of age,)) minor is unmarried((,)) and unemployed, ((and requests information on adoption,)) the department shall, as part of the determination of the appropriate living situation, provide information about adoption including referral to community-based organizations ((for)) providing counseling.      (5) For the purposes of this section, "most appropriate living situation" shall not include a living situation including an adult male who fathered the qualifying child and is found to meet the elements of rape of a child as set forth in RCW 9A.44.079.   NEW SECTION. Sec. 503. TEEN PARENT REQUIREMENTS. All applicants under the age of eighteen years who are approved for assistance and, within one hundred eighty days after the date of federal certification of the Washington temporary assistance for needy families program, all unmarried minor parents or pregnant minor applicants shall, as a condition of receiving benefits, actively progress toward the completion of a high school diploma or a GED.

B. GRANDPARENT LIABILITY

      NEW SECTION. Sec. 504. UNMARRIED MINOR PARENT--ELIGIBILITY. The unmarried minor parent and the minor's child shall be considered to be part of the household of the minor's parents or parent for purposes of determining eligibility for temporary assistance for needy families and general assistance for pregnant women as defined in RCW 74.04.005(6)(a)(ii)(A); and as such, the income and resources of the entire household are considered to be available to support the unmarried minor and his or her child.               Sec. 505. RCW 13.34.160 and 1993 c 358 s 2 are each amended to read as follows:             (1) In an action brought under this chapter, the court may inquire into the ability of the parent or parents of the child to pay child support and may enter an order of child support as set forth in chapter 26.19 RCW. The court may enforce the same by execution, or in any way in which a court of equity may enforce its decrees. All child support orders entered pursuant to this chapter shall be in compliance with the provisions of RCW 26.23.050.            (2) For purposes of this section, if a dependent child's parent is an unmarried minor parent or pregnant minor applicant, then the parent or parents of the minor shall also be deemed a parent or parents of the dependent child. However, liability for child support under this subsection only exists if the parent or parents of the unmarried minor parent or pregnant minor applicant are provided the opportunity for a hearing on their ability to provide support. Any child support order requiring such a parent or parents to provide support for the minor parent's child may be effective only until the minor parent reaches eighteen years of age.                    Sec. 506. RCW 74.12.250 and 1963 c 228 s 21 are each amended to read as follows:    If the department, after investigation, finds that any applicant for assistance under this chapter or any recipient of funds under ((an aid to families with dependent children grant)) this chapter would not use, or is not utilizing, the grant adequately for the needs of ((the)) his or her child or children or would dissipate the grant or is ((otherwise)) dissipating such grant, or would be or is unable to manage adequately the funds paid on behalf of said child and that to provide or continue ((said)) payments to ((him)) the applicant or recipient would be contrary to the welfare of the child, the department may make such payments to another individual who is interested in or concerned with the welfare of such child and relative: PROVIDED, That the department shall provide such counseling and other services as are available and necessary to develop greater ability on the part of the relative to manage funds in such manner as to protect the welfare of the family. Periodic review of each case shall be made by the department to determine if said relative is able to resume management of the assistance grant. If after a reasonable period of time the payments to the relative cannot be resumed, the department may request the attorney general to file a petition in the superior court for the appointment of a guardian for the child or children. Such petition shall set forth the facts warranting such appointment. Notice of the hearing on such petition shall be served upon the recipient and the department not less than ten days before the date set for such hearing. Such petition may be filed with the clerk of superior court and all process issued and served without payment of costs. If upon the hearing of such petition the court is satisfied that it is for the best interest of the child or children, and all parties concerned, that a guardian be appointed, he shall order the appointment, and may require the guardian to render to the court a detailed itemized account of expenditures of such assistance payments at such time as the court may deem advisable. It is the intention of this section that the guardianship herein provided for shall be a special and limited guardianship solely for the purpose of safeguarding the assistance grants made to dependent children. Such guardianship shall terminate upon the termination of such assistance grant, or sooner on order of the court, upon good cause shown.

VI. ILLEGITIMACY PREVENTION AND ABSTINENCE PROMOTION

      Sec. 601. RCW 74.12.410 and 1994 c 299 s 3 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) At time of application or reassessment under this chapter the department shall offer or contract for family planning information and assistance, including alternatives to abortion, and any other available locally based teen pregnancy prevention programs, to prospective and current recipients of aid to families with dependent children.             (2) The department shall work in cooperation with the superintendent of public instruction to reduce the rate of illegitimate births and abortions in Washington state.     (3) The department of health shall maximize federal funding by timely application for federal funds available under P.L. 104-193 and Title V of the federal social security act, 42 U.S.C. 701 et seq., as amended, for the establishment of qualifying abstinence education and motivation programs. The department of health shall contract, by competitive bid, with entities qualified to provide abstinence education and motivation programs in the state.         (4) The department of health shall seek and accept local matching funds to the maximum extent allowable from qualified abstinence education and motivation programs.       (5)(a) For purposes of this section, "qualifying abstinence education and motivation programs" are those bidders with experience in the conduct of the types of abstinence education and motivation programs set forth in Title V of the federal social security act, 42 U.S.C. Sec. 701 et seq., as amended.                  (b) The application for federal funds, contracting for abstinence education and motivation programs and performance of contracts under this section are subject to review and oversight by a joint committee of the legislature, composed of four legislative members, appointed by each of the two caucuses in each house.

VII. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ACCOUNTABILITY

      NEW SECTION. Sec. 701. It is the intent of the legislature that the Washington WorkFirst program focus on work and on personal responsibility for recipients. The program shall be evaluated among other evaluations, through a limited number of outcome measures designed to hold each community service office and economic services region accountable for program success.    NEW SECTION. Sec. 702. OUTCOME MEASURES. (1) The WorkFirst program shall develop outcome measures for use in evaluating the WorkFirst program authorized in chapter . . ., Laws of 1997 (this act), which may include but are not limited to:      (a) Caseload reduction;           (b) Recidivism to caseload after two years;  (c) Job retention;                (d) Earnings;           (e) Reduction in average grant through increased recipient earnings; and      (f) Placement of recipients into private sector, unsubsidized jobs.         (2) The department shall require that contractors for WorkFirst services collect outcome measure information and report outcome measures to the department regularly. The department shall develop benchmarks that compare outcome measure information from all contractors to provide a clear indication of the most effective contractors. Benchmark information shall be published quarterly and provided to the legislature, the governor, and all contractors for WorkFirst services.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 703. EVALUATION. Every WorkFirst office, region, contract, employee, and contractor shall be evaluated using the criteria in section 702 of this act. The department shall award contracts to the highest performing entities according to the criteria in section 702 of this act. The department may provide for bonuses to offices, regions, and employees with the best outcomes according to measures in section 702 of this act.  NEW SECTION. Sec. 704. OUTCOME MEASURES--REPORT. The department shall provide a report to the appropriate committees of the legislature on achievement of the outcome measures by region and contract on an annual basis, no later than January 15th of each year, beginning in 1999. The report shall include how the department is using the outcome measure information obtained under section 702 of this act to manage the WorkFirst program.                 NEW SECTION. Sec. 705. A new section is added to chapter 44.28 RCW to read as follows:               WORKFIRST PROGRAM STUDY. (1) The joint legislative audit and review committee shall conduct an evaluation of the effectiveness of the WorkFirst program described in chapter . . ., Laws of 1997 (this act), including the job opportunities and basic skills training program and any approved private, county, or local government WorkFirst program. The evaluation shall assess the success of the program in assisting clients to become employed and to reduce their use of temporary assistance for needy families. The study shall include but not be limited to the following:  (a) An assessment of employment outcomes, including hourly wages, hours worked, and total earnings, for clients;      (b) A comparison of temporary assistance for needy families outcomes, including grant amounts and program exits, for clients; and   (c) An audit of the performance-based contract for each private nonprofit contractor for job opportunities and basic skills training program services. The joint legislative audit and review committee may contract with the Washington institute for public policy for appropriate portions of the evaluation required by this section.    (2) Administrative data shall be provided by the department of social and health services, the employment security department, the state board for community and technical colleges, local governments, and private contractors. The department of social and health services shall require contractors to provide administrative and outcome data needed for this study as a condition of contract compliance.                 NEW SECTION. Sec. 706. PATERNITY ESTABLISHMENT. In order to be eligible for temporary assistance for needy families, applicants shall, at the time of application for assistance, provide the names of both parents of their child or children, whether born or unborn.

VIII. LICENSE SUSPENSION AND CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENTA. LICENSE SUSPENSION

      NEW SECTION. Sec. 801. It is the intent of the legislature to provide a strong incentive for persons owing child support to make timely payments, and to cooperate with the department of social and health services to establish an appropriate schedule for the payment of any arrears. To further ensure that child support obligations are met, sections 801 through 890 of this act establish a program by which certain licenses may be suspended or not renewed if a person is one hundred eighty days or more in arrears on child support payments.                  In the implementation and management of this program, it is the legislature's intent that the objective of the department of social and health services be to obtain payment in full of arrears, or where that is not possible, to enter into agreements with delinquent obligors to make timely support payments and make reasonable payments towards the arrears. The legislature intends that if the obligor refuses to cooperate in establishing a fair and reasonable payment schedule for arrears or refuses to make timely support payments, the department shall proceed with certification to a licensing entity or the department of licensing that the person is not in compliance with a child support order.                   NEW SECTION. Sec. 802. A new section is added to chapter 74.20A RCW to read as follows:           (1) The department may serve upon a responsible parent a notice informing the responsible parent of the department's intent to submit the parent's name to the department of licensing and any appropriate licensing entity as a licensee who is not in compliance with a child support order. The department shall attach a copy of the responsible parent's child support order to the notice. Service of the notice must be by certified mail, return receipt requested. If service by certified mail is not successful, service shall be by personal service.           (2) The notice of noncompliance must include the address and telephone number of the department's division of child support office that issues the notice and must inform the responsible parent that:      (a) The parent may request an adjudicative proceeding to contest the issue of compliance with the child support order. The only issues that may be considered at the adjudicative proceeding are whether the parent is required to pay child support under a child support order and whether the parent is in compliance with that order;  (b) A request for an adjudicative proceeding shall be in writing and must be received by the department within twenty days of the date of service of the notice;             (c) If the parent requests an adjudicative proceeding within twenty days of service, the department will stay action to certify the parent to the department of licensing and any licensing entity for noncompliance with a child support order pending entry of a written decision after the adjudicative proceeding;               (d) If the parent does not request an adjudicative proceeding within twenty days of service and remains in noncompliance with a child support order, the department will certify the parent's name to the department of licensing and any appropriate licensing entity for noncompliance with a child support order;      (e) The department will stay action to certify the parent to the department of licensing and any licensing entity for noncompliance if the parent agrees to make timely payments of current support and agrees to a reasonable payment schedule for payment of the arrears. It is the parent's responsibility to contact in person or by mail the department's division of child support office indicated on the notice within twenty days of service of the notice to arrange for a payment schedule. The department may stay certification for up to thirty days after contact from a parent to arrange for a payment schedule;  (f) If the department certifies the responsible parent to the department of licensing and a licensing entity for noncompliance with a child support order, the licensing entity will suspend or not renew the parent's license and the department of licensing will suspend or not renew any driver's license that the parent holds until the parent provides the department of licensing and the licensing entity with a release from the department stating that the responsible parent is in compliance with the child support order;      (g) If the department certifies the responsible parent as a person who is in noncompliance with a child support order, the department of fish and wildlife will suspend the fishing license, hunting license, commercial fishing license, or any other license issued under chapters 77.32, 77.28, and 75.25 RCW that the responsible parent may possess. Notice from the department of licensing that a responsible parent's driver's license has been suspended shall serve as notice of the suspension of a license issued under chapters 77.32 and 75.25 RCW;      (h) Suspension of a license will affect insurability if the responsible parent's insurance policy excludes coverage for acts occurring after the suspension of a license;           (i) If after receiving the notice of noncompliance with a child support order, the responsible parent files a motion to modify support with the court or requests the department to amend a support obligation established by an administrative decision, or if a motion for modification of a court or administrative order for child support is pending, the department or the court may stay action to certify the parent to the department of licensing and any licensing entity for noncompliance with a child support order. A stay shall not exceed six months unless the department finds good cause. The responsible parent has the obligation to notify the department that a modification proceeding is pending and provide a copy of the motion or request for modification; and          (j) If the responsible parent subsequently becomes in compliance with the child support order, the department will promptly provide the parent with a release stating that the parent is in compliance with the order, and the parent may request that the licensing entity or the department of licensing reinstate the suspended license.      (3) A responsible parent may request an adjudicative proceeding upon service of the notice described in subsection (1) of this section. The request for an adjudicative proceeding must be received by the department within twenty days of service. The request must be in writing and indicate the current mailing address and daytime phone number, if available, of the responsible parent. The proceedings under this subsection shall be conducted in accordance with the requirements of chapter 34.05 RCW. The issues that may be considered at the adjudicative proceeding are limited to whether:               (a) The person named as the responsible parent is the responsible parent;             (b) The responsible parent is required to pay child support under a child support order; and      (c) The responsible parent is in compliance with the order.      (4) The decision resulting from the adjudicative proceeding must be in writing and inform the responsible parent of his or her rights to review. The parent's copy of the decision may be sent by regular mail to the parent's most recent address of record.               (5) If a responsible parent contacts the department's division of child support office indicated on the notice of noncompliance within twenty days of service of the notice and requests arrangement of a payment schedule, the department shall stay the certification of noncompliance during negotiation of the schedule for payment of arrears. In no event shall the stay continue for more than thirty days from the date of contact by the parent. The department shall establish a schedule for payment of arrears that is fair and reasonable, and that considers the financial situation of the responsible parent and the needs of all children who rely on the responsible parent for support. At the end of the thirty days, if no payment schedule has been agreed to in writing and the department has acted in good faith, the department shall proceed with certification of noncompliance.  (6) If a responsible parent timely requests an adjudicative proceeding pursuant to subsection (4) of this section, the department may not certify the name of the parent to the department of licensing or a licensing entity for noncompliance with a child support order unless the adjudicative proceeding results in a finding that the responsible parent is not in compliance with the order.        (7) The department may certify to the department of licensing and any appropriate licensing entity the name of a responsible parent who is not in compliance with a child support order or a residential or visitation order if:       (a) The responsible parent does not timely request an adjudicative proceeding upon service of a notice issued under subsection (1) of this section and is not in compliance with a child support order twenty-one days after service of the notice;                (b) An adjudicative proceeding results in a decision that the responsible parent is not in compliance with a child support order;      (c) The court enters a judgment on a petition for judicial review that finds the responsible parent is not in compliance with a child support order;                 (d) The department and the responsible parent have been unable to agree on a fair and reasonable schedule of payment of the arrears;               (e) The responsible parent fails to comply with a payment schedule established pursuant to subsection (5) of this section; or      (f) The department is ordered to certify the responsible parent by a court order under section 887 of this act.     The department shall send by regular mail a copy of any certification of noncompliance filed with the department of licensing or a licensing entity to the responsible parent at the responsible parent's most recent address of record.             (8) The department of licensing and a licensing entity shall, without undue delay, notify a responsible parent certified by the department under subsection (7) of this section that the parent's driver's license or other license has been suspended because the parent's name has been certified by the department as a responsible parent who is not in compliance with a child support order or a residential or visitation order.          (9) When a responsible parent who is served notice under subsection (1) of this section subsequently complies with the child support order, or when the department receives a court order under section 886 of this act stating that the parent is in compliance with a residential or visitation order, the department shall promptly provide the parent with a release stating that the responsible parent is in compliance with the order. A copy of the release shall be transmitted by the department to the appropriate licensing entities.              (10) The department may adopt rules to implement and enforce the requirements of this section. The department shall deliver a copy of rules adopted to implement and enforce this section to the legislature by June 30, 1998.            (11) Nothing in this section prohibits a responsible parent from filing a motion to modify support with the court or from requesting the department to amend a support obligation established by an administrative decision. If there is a reasonable likelihood that a pending motion or request will significantly change the amount of the child support obligation, the department or the court may stay action to certify the responsible parent to the department of licensing and any licensing entity for noncompliance with a child support order. A stay shall not exceed six months unless the department finds good cause to extend the stay. The responsible parent has the obligation to notify the department that a modification proceeding is pending and provide a copy of the motion or request for modification.     (12) The department of licensing and a licensing entity may renew, reinstate, or otherwise extend a license in accordance with the licensing entity's or the department of licensing's rules after the licensing entity or the department of licensing receives a copy of the release specified in subsection (9) of this section. The department of licensing and a licensing entity may waive any applicable requirement for reissuance, renewal, or other extension if it determines that the imposition of that requirement places an undue burden on the person and that waiver of the requirement is consistent with the public interest.        (13) The procedures in chapter . . ., Laws of 1997 (this act), constitute the exclusive administrative remedy for contesting the establishment of noncompliance with a child support order and suspension of a license under this section, and satisfy the requirements of RCW 34.05.422.         NEW SECTION. Sec. 803. A new section is added to chapter 74.20A RCW to read as follows:            (1) The department and all of the various licensing entities subject to section 802 of this act shall enter into such agreements as are necessary to carry out the requirements of the license suspension program established in section 802 of this act.            (2) The department and all licensing entities subject to section 802 of this act shall compare data to identify responsible parents who may be subject to the provisions of chapter . . ., Laws of 1997 (this act). The comparison may be conducted electronically, or by any other means that is jointly agreeable between the department and the particular licensing entity. The data shared shall be limited to those items necessary to implementation of chapter . . ., Laws of 1997 (this act). The purpose of the comparison shall be to identify current licensees who are not in compliance with a child support order, and to provide to the department the following information regarding those licensees:  (a) Name;           (b) Date of birth;     (c) Address of record;             (d) Federal employer identification number and social security number;           (e) Type of license;                 (f) Effective date of license or renewal; (g) Expiration date of license; and      (h) Active or inactive status.   NEW SECTION. Sec. 804. A new section is added to chapter 74.20A RCW to read as follows:      (1) In furtherance of the public policy of increasing collection of child support and to assist in evaluation of the program established in section 802 of this act, the department shall report the following to the legislature and the governor on December 1, 1998, and annually thereafter:           (a) The number of responsible parents identified as licensees subject to section 802 of this act;      (b) The number of responsible parents identified by the department as not in compliance with a child support order;                (c) The number of notices of noncompliance served upon responsible parents by the department;     (d) The number of responsible parents served a notice of noncompliance who request an adjudicative proceeding;          (e) The number of adjudicative proceedings held, and the results of the adjudicative proceedings;      (f) The number of responsible parents certified to the department of licensing or licensing entities for noncompliance with a child support order, and the number of each type of licenses that were suspended;           (g) The costs incurred in the implementation and enforcement of section 802 of this act and an estimate of the amount of child support collected due to the department under section 802 of this act;      (h) Any other information regarding this program that the department feels will assist in evaluation of the program;          (i) Recommendations for the addition of specific licenses in the program or exclusion of specific licenses from the program, and reasons for such recommendations; and  (j) Any recommendations for statutory changes necessary for the cost-effective management of the program.      (2) To assist in evaluation of the program established in section 802 of this act, the office of the administrator for the courts shall report the following to the legislature and the governor on December 1, 1998, and annually thereafter:               (a) The number of motions for contempt for violation of a visitation or residential order filed under RCW 26.09.160(3);          (b) The number of parents found in contempt under RCW 26.09.160(3); and          (c) The number of parents whose licenses were suspended under RCW 26.09.160(3).         (3) This section expires December 2, 2002.        Sec. 805. RCW 74.20A.020 and 1990 1st ex.s. c 2 s 15 are each amended to read as follows:            Unless a different meaning is plainly required by the context, the following words and phrases as hereinafter used in this chapter and chapter 74.20 RCW shall have the following meanings:       (1) "Department" means the state department of social and health services.          (2) "Secretary" means the secretary of the department of social and health services, ((his)) the secretary's designee or authorized representative.             (3) "Dependent child" means any person:              (a) Under the age of eighteen who is not self-supporting, married, or a member of the armed forces of the United States; or           (b) Over the age of eighteen for whom a court order for support exists.                (4) "Support obligation" means the obligation to provide for the necessary care, support, and maintenance, including medical expenses, of a dependent child or other person as required by statutes and the common law of this or another state.                (5) "Superior court order" means any judgment, decree, or order of the superior court of the state of Washington, or a court of comparable jurisdiction of another state, establishing the existence of a support obligation and ordering payment of a set or determinable amount of support moneys to satisfy the support obligation. For purposes of RCW 74.20A.055, orders for support which were entered under the uniform reciprocal enforcement of support act by a state where the responsible parent no longer resides shall not preclude the department from establishing an amount to be paid as current and future support.      (6) "Administrative order" means any determination, finding, decree, or order for support pursuant to RCW 74.20A.055, or by an agency of another state pursuant to a substantially similar administrative process, establishing the existence of a support obligation and ordering the payment of a set or determinable amount of support moneys to satisfy the support obligation.   (7) "Responsible parent" means a natural parent, adoptive parent, or stepparent of a dependent child or a person who has signed an affidavit acknowledging paternity which has been filed with the state office of vital statistics.   (8) "Stepparent" means the present spouse of the person who is either the mother, father, or adoptive parent of a dependent child, and such status shall exist until terminated as provided for in RCW 26.16.205.        (9) "Support moneys" means any moneys or in-kind providings paid to satisfy a support obligation whether denominated as child support, spouse support, alimony, maintenance, or any other such moneys intended to satisfy an obligation for support of any person or satisfaction in whole or in part of arrears or delinquency on such an obligation.        (10) "Support debt" means any delinquent amount of support moneys which is due, owing, and unpaid under a superior court order or an administrative order, a debt for the payment of expenses for the reasonable or necessary care, support, and maintenance, including medical expenses, of a dependent child or other person for whom a support obligation is owed; or a debt under RCW 74.20A.100 or 74.20A.270. Support debt also includes any accrued interest, fees, or penalties charged on a support debt, and attorneys fees and other costs of litigation awarded in an action to establish and enforce a support obligation or debt.              (11) "State" means any state or political subdivision, territory, or possession of the United States, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.    (12) "Account" means a demand deposit account, checking or negotiable withdrawal order account, savings account, time deposit account, or money-market mutual fund account.    (13) "Child support order" means a superior court order or an administrative order.             (14) "Financial institution" means:                (a) A depository institution, as defined in section 3(c) of the federal deposit insurance act;             (b) An institution-affiliated party, as defined in section 3(u) of the federal deposit insurance act;           (c) Any federal or state credit union, as defined in section 101 of the federal credit union act, including an institution-affiliated party of such credit union, as defined in section 206(r) of the federal deposit insurance act; or                 (d) Any benefit association, insurance company, safe deposit company, money-market mutual fund, or similar entity.      (15) "License" means a license, certificate, registration, permit, approval, or other similar document issued by a licensing entity to a licensee evidencing admission to or granting authority to engage in a profession, occupation, business, industry, recreational pursuit, or the operation of a motor vehicle. "License" does not mean the tax registration or certification issued under Title 82 RCW by the department of revenue.      (16) "Licensee" means any individual holding a license, certificate, registration, permit, approval, or other similar document issued by a licensing entity evidencing admission to or granting authority to engage in a profession, occupation, business, industry, recreational pursuit, or the operation of a motor vehicle.              (17) "Licensing entity" includes any department, board, commission, or other organization authorized to issue, renew, suspend, or revoke a license authorizing an individual to engage in a business, occupation, profession, industry, recreational pursuit, or the operation of a motor vehicle, and includes the Washington state supreme court, to the extent that a rule has been adopted by the court to implement suspension of licenses related to the practice of law.            (18) "Noncompliance with a child support order" for the purposes of the license suspension program authorized under section 802 of this act means a responsible parent has:      (a) Accumulated arrears totaling more than six months of child support payments;              (b) Failed to make payments pursuant to a written agreement with the department towards a support arrearage in an amount that exceeds six months of payments; or                  (c) Failed to make payments required by a superior court order or administrative order towards a support arrearage in an amount that exceeds six months of payments.           (19) "Noncompliance with a residential or visitation order" means that a court has found the parent in contempt of court under RCW 26.09.160(3) for failure to comply with a residential provision of a court-ordered parenting plan.   Sec. 806. RCW 46.20.291 and 1993 c 501 s 4 are each amended to read as follows:            The department is authorized to suspend the license of a driver upon a showing by its records or other sufficient evidence that the licensee:  (1) Has committed an offense for which mandatory revocation or suspension of license is provided by law;        (2) Has, by reckless or unlawful operation of a motor vehicle, caused or contributed to an accident resulting in death or injury to any person or serious property damage;     (3) Has been convicted of offenses against traffic regulations governing the movement of vehicles, or found to have committed traffic infractions, with such frequency as to indicate a disrespect for traffic laws or a disregard for the safety of other persons on the highways;      (4) Is incompetent to drive a motor vehicle under RCW 46.20.031(3); ((or))        (5) Has failed to respond to a notice of traffic infraction, failed to appear at a requested hearing, violated a written promise to appear in court, or has failed to comply with the terms of a notice of traffic infraction or citation, as provided in RCW 46.20.289; ((or))                   (6) Has committed one of the prohibited practices relating to drivers' licenses defined in RCW 46.20.336; or    (7) Has been certified by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a child support order or a residential or visitation order as provided in section 802 of this act.                     Sec. 807. RCW 46.20.311 and 1995 c 332 s 11 are each amended to read as follows:    (1) The department shall not suspend a driver's license or privilege to drive a motor vehicle on the public highways for a fixed period of more than one year, except as specifically permitted under RCW 46.20.342 or other provision of law. Except for a suspension under RCW 46.20.289 ((and)), 46.20.291(5), or section 802 of this act, whenever the license or driving privilege of any person is suspended by reason of a conviction, a finding that a traffic infraction has been committed, pursuant to chapter 46.29 RCW, or pursuant to RCW 46.20.291 or 46.20.308, the suspension shall remain in effect until the person gives and thereafter maintains proof of financial responsibility for the future as provided in chapter 46.29 RCW. If the suspension is the result of a violation of RCW 46.61.502 or 46.61.504, the department shall determine the person's eligibility for licensing based upon the reports provided by the alcoholism agency or probation department designated under RCW 46.61.5056 and shall deny reinstatement until enrollment and participation in an approved program has been established and the person is otherwise qualified. Whenever the license or driving privilege of any person is suspended as a result of certification of noncompliance with a child support order under chapter 74.20A RCW or a residential or visitation order, the suspension shall remain in effect until the person provides a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order. The department shall not issue to the person a new, duplicate, or renewal license until the person pays a reissue fee of twenty dollars. If the suspension is the result of a violation of RCW 46.61.502 or 46.61.504, or is the result of administrative action under RCW 46.20.308, the reissue fee shall be fifty dollars.        (2) Any person whose license or privilege to drive a motor vehicle on the public highways has been revoked, unless the revocation was for a cause which has been removed, is not entitled to have the license or privilege renewed or restored until: (a) After the expiration of one year from the date the license or privilege to drive was revoked; (b) after the expiration of the applicable revocation period provided by RCW 46.20.3101 or 46.61.5055; (c) after the expiration of two years for persons convicted of vehicular homicide; or (d) after the expiration of the applicable revocation period provided by RCW 46.20.265. After the expiration of the appropriate period, the person may make application for a new license as provided by law together with a reissue fee in the amount of twenty dollars, but if the revocation is the result of a violation of RCW 46.20.308, 46.61.502, or 46.61.504, the reissue fee shall be fifty dollars. If the revocation is the result of a violation of RCW 46.61.502 or 46.61.504, the department shall determine the person's eligibility for licensing based upon the reports provided by the alcoholism agency or probation department designated under RCW 46.61.5056 and shall deny reissuance of a license, permit, or privilege to drive until enrollment and participation in an approved program has been established and the person is otherwise qualified. Except for a revocation under RCW 46.20.265, the department shall not then issue a new license unless it is satisfied after investigation of the driving ability of the person that it will be safe to grant the privilege of driving a motor vehicle on the public highways, and until the person gives and thereafter maintains proof of financial responsibility for the future as provided in chapter 46.29 RCW. For a revocation under RCW 46.20.265, the department shall not issue a new license unless it is satisfied after investigation of the driving ability of the person that it will be safe to grant that person the privilege of driving a motor vehicle on the public highways.                (3) Whenever the driver's license of any person is suspended pursuant to Article IV of the nonresident violators compact or RCW 46.23.020 or 46.20.289 or 46.20.291(5), the department shall not issue to the person any new or renewal license until the person pays a reissue fee of twenty dollars. If the suspension is the result of a violation of the laws of this or any other state, province, or other jurisdiction involving (a) the operation or physical control of a motor vehicle upon the public highways while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs, or (b) the refusal to submit to a chemical test of the driver's blood alcohol content, the reissue fee shall be fifty dollars.               NEW SECTION. Sec. 808. A new section is added to chapter 48.22 RCW to read as follows:     In the event that the department of licensing suspends a driver's license solely for the nonpayment of child support as provided in chapter 74.20A RCW or for noncompliance with a residential or visitation order as provided in chapter 26.09 RCW, any provision in the driver's motor vehicle liability insurance policy excluding insurance coverage for an unlicensed driver shall not apply to the driver for ninety days from the date of suspension. When a driver's license is suspended under chapter 74.20A RCW, the driving record for the suspended driver shall include a notation that explains the reason for the suspension.         NEW SECTION. Sec. 809. The legislature intends that the license suspension program established in chapter 74.20A RCW be implemented fairly to ensure that child support obligations are met and that parents comply with residential and visitation orders. However, being mindful of the separations of powers and responsibilities among the branches of government, the legislature strongly encourages the state supreme court to adopt rules providing for suspension and denial of licenses related to the practice of law to those individuals who are in noncompliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order.                  NEW SECTION. Sec. 810. A new section is added to chapter 2.48 RCW to read as follows:            The Washington state supreme court may provide by rule that no person who has been certified by the department of social and health services as a person who is in noncompliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order as provided in section 802 of this act may be admitted to the practice of law in this state, and that any member of the Washington state bar association who has been certified by the department of social and health services as a person who is in noncompliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order as provided in section 802 of this act shall be immediately suspended from membership. The court's rules may provide for review of an application for admission or reinstatement of membership after the department of social and health services has issued a release stating that the person is in compliance with the order.                NEW SECTION. Sec. 811. A new section is added to chapter 18.04 RCW to read as follows:        The board shall immediately suspend the certificate or license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the board's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.         Sec. 812. RCW 18.04.335 and 1992 c 103 s 13 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) Upon application in writing and after hearing pursuant to notice, the board may:           (((1))) (a) Modify the suspension of, or reissue a certificate or license to, an individual whose certificate has been revoked or suspended; or     (((2))) (b) Modify the suspension of, or reissue a license to a firm whose license has been revoked, suspended, or which the board has refused to renew.                 (2) In the case of suspension for failure to comply with a support order under chapter 74.20A RCW or a residential or visitation order under chapter 26.09 RCW, if the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of a certificate or license shall be automatic upon the board's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the individual is in compliance with the order.                 NEW SECTION. Sec. 813. A new section is added to chapter 18.08 RCW to read as follows:     The board shall immediately suspend the certificate of registration or certificate of authorization to practice architecture of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate shall be automatic upon the board's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the individual is in compliance with the order.            Sec. 814. RCW 18.11.160 and 1986 c 324 s 12 are each amended to read as follows:         (1) No license shall be issued by the department to any person who has been convicted of forgery, embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, extortion, criminal conspiracy, fraud, theft, receiving stolen goods, unlawful issuance of checks or drafts, or other similar offense, or to any partnership of which the person is a member, or to any association or corporation of which the person is an officer or in which as a stockholder the person has or exercises a controlling interest either directly or indirectly.               (2) The following shall be grounds for denial, suspension, or revocation of a license, or imposition of an administrative fine by the department:     (a) Misrepresentation or concealment of material facts in obtaining a license;       (b) Underreporting to the department of sales figures so that the auctioneer or auction company surety bond is in a lower amount than required by law;       (c) Revocation of a license by another state;          (d) Misleading or false advertising;        (e) A pattern of substantial misrepresentations related to auctioneering or auction company business;                (f) Failure to cooperate with the department in any investigation or disciplinary action;       (g) Nonpayment of an administrative fine prior to renewal of a license;               (h) Aiding an unlicensed person to practice as an auctioneer or as an auction company; and            (i) Any other violations of this chapter.  (3) The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.         NEW SECTION. Sec. 815. A new section is added to chapter 18.16 RCW to read as follows:              The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.               NEW SECTION. Sec. 816. A new section is added to chapter 18.20 RCW to read as follows:        The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.                Sec. 817. RCW 18.27.060 and 1983 1st ex.s. c 2 s 19 are each amended to read as follows:              (1) A certificate of registration shall be valid for one year and shall be renewed on or before the expiration date. The department shall issue to the applicant a certificate of registration upon compliance with the registration requirements of this chapter.      (2) If the department approves an application, it shall issue a certificate of registration to the applicant. The certificate shall be valid for:      (a) One year;           (b) Until the bond expires; or                 (c) Until the insurance expires, whichever comes first. The department shall place the expiration date on the certificate.   (3) A contractor may supply a short-term bond or insurance policy to bring its registration period to the full one year.       (4) If a contractor's surety bond or other security has an unsatisfied judgment against it or is canceled, or if the contractor's insurance policy is canceled, the contractor's registration shall be automatically suspended on the effective date of the impairment or cancellation. The department shall give notice of the suspension to the contractor.                (5) The department shall immediately suspend the certificate of registration of a contractor who has been certified by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order as provided in section 802 of this act. The certificate of registration shall not be reissued or renewed unless the person provides to the department a release from the department of social and health services stating that he or she is in compliance with the order and the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 818. A new section is added to chapter 18.28 RCW to read as follows:          The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.        Sec. 819. RCW 18.39.181 and 1996 c 217 s 7 are each amended to read as follows:             The director shall have the following powers and duties:      (1) To issue all licenses provided for under this chapter;      (2) To renew licenses under this chapter;               (3) To collect all fees prescribed and required under this chapter; ((and))             (4) To immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order; and                     (5) To keep general books of record of all official acts, proceedings, and transactions of the department of licensing while acting under this chapter.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 820. A new section is added to chapter 18.39 RCW to read as follows:      In the case of suspension for failure to comply with a support order under chapter 74.20A RCW or a residential or visitation order under chapter 26.09 RCW, if the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of a license shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the individual is in compliance with the order.       NEW SECTION. Sec. 821. A new section is added to chapter 18.43 RCW to read as follows:      The board shall immediately suspend the registration of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for membership during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate of registration shall be automatic upon the board's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 822. A new section is added to chapter 18.44 RCW to read as follows:          The department shall immediately suspend the certificate of registration of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.           Sec. 823. RCW 18.46.050 and 1991 c 3 s 101 are each amended to read as follows:            (1) The department may deny, suspend, or revoke a license in any case in which it finds that there has been failure or refusal to comply with the requirements established under this chapter or the rules adopted under it.              (2) The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.            RCW 43.70.115 governs notice of a license denial, revocation, suspension, or modification and provides the right to an adjudicative proceeding but shall not apply to actions taken under subsection (2) of this section.               NEW SECTION. Sec. 824. A new section is added to chapter 18.51 RCW to read as follows:          The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services, division of support, as a person who is not in compliance with a child support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the division of child support stating that the person is in compliance with the order.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 825. A new section is added to chapter 18.76 RCW to read as follows:               The department shall immediately suspend the certification of a poison center medical director or a poison information specialist who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension, reissuance of the certification shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.                NEW SECTION. Sec. 826. A new section is added to chapter 18.85 RCW to read as follows:          The director shall immediately suspend the license of a broker or salesperson who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.  Sec. 827. RCW 18.96.120 and 1969 ex.s. c 158 s 12 are each amended to read as follows:          (1) The director may refuse to renew, or may suspend or revoke, a certificate of registration to use the titles landscape architect, landscape architecture, or landscape architectural in this state upon the following grounds:       (((1))) (a) The holder of the certificate of registration is impersonating a practitioner or former practitioner.               (((2))) (b) The holder of the certificate of registration is guilty of fraud, deceit, gross negligence, gross incompetency or gross misconduct in the practice of landscape architecture.             (((3))) (c) The holder of the certificate of registration permits his seal to be affixed to any plans, specifications or drawings that were not prepared by him or under his personal supervision by employees subject to his direction and control.      (((4))) (d) The holder of the certificate has committed fraud in applying for or obtaining a certificate.         (2) The director shall immediately suspend the certificate of registration of a landscape architect who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate of registration shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.  Sec. 828. RCW 18.104.110 and 1993 c 387 s 18 are each amended to read as follows:              (1) In cases other than those relating to the failure of a licensee to renew a license, the director may suspend or revoke a license issued pursuant to this chapter for any of the following reasons:                 (((1))) (a) For fraud or deception in obtaining the license;      (((2))) (b) For fraud or deception in reporting under RCW 18.104.050;                (((3))) (c) For violating the provisions of this chapter, or of any lawful rule or regulation of the department or the department of health.           (2) The director shall immediately suspend any license issued under this chapter if the holder of the license has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.          (3) No license shall be suspended for more than six months, except that a suspension under section 802 of this act shall continue until the department receives a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.          (4) No person whose license is revoked shall be eligible to apply for a license for one year from the effective date of the final order of revocation.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 829. A new section is added to chapter 18.106 RCW to read as follows:            The department shall immediately suspend any certificate of competency issued under this chapter if the holder of the certificate has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate of competency shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.            NEW SECTION. Sec. 830. A new section is added to chapter 18.130 RCW to read as follows:   The secretary shall immediately suspend the license of any person subject to this chapter who has been certified by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order as provided in section 802 of this act.      Sec. 831. RCW 18.130.150 and 1984 c 279 s 15 are each amended to read as follows:       A person whose license has been suspended or revoked under this chapter may petition the disciplining authority for reinstatement after an interval as determined by the disciplining authority in the order. The disciplining authority shall hold hearings on the petition and may deny the petition or may order reinstatement and impose terms and conditions as provided in RCW 18.130.160 and issue an order of reinstatement. The disciplining authority may require successful completion of an examination as a condition of reinstatement.    A person whose license has been suspended for noncompliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order under section 802 of this act may petition for reinstatement at any time by providing the secretary a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, the secretary shall automatically reissue the person's license upon receipt of the release, and payment of a reinstatement fee, if any.           NEW SECTION. Sec. 832. A new section is added to chapter 18.140 RCW to read as follows:         The director shall immediately suspend any license or certificate issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.                NEW SECTION. Sec. 833. A new section is added to chapter 18.145 RCW to read as follows:         The director shall immediately suspend any certificate issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.        Sec. 834. RCW 18.160.080 and 1990 c 177 s 10 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) The state director of fire protection may refuse to issue or renew or may suspend or revoke the privilege of a licensed fire protection sprinkler system contractor or the certificate of a certificate of competency holder to engage in the fire protection sprinkler system business or in lieu thereof, establish penalties as prescribed by Washington state law, for any of the following reasons:              (a) Gross incompetency or gross negligence in the preparation of technical drawings, installation, repair, alteration, maintenance, inspection, service, or addition to fire protection sprinkler systems;        (b) Conviction of a felony;     (c) Fraudulent or dishonest practices while engaging in the fire protection sprinkler systems business;           (d) Use of false evidence or misrepresentation in an application for a license or certificate of competency;      (e) Permitting his or her license to be used in connection with the preparation of any technical drawings which have not been prepared by him or her personally or under his or her immediate supervision, or in violation of this chapter; or            (f) Knowingly violating any provisions of this chapter or the regulations issued thereunder.     (2) The state director of fire protection shall revoke the license of a licensed fire protection sprinkler system contractor or the certificate of a certificate of competency holder who engages in the fire protection sprinkler system business while the license or certificate of competency is suspended.        (3) The state director of fire protection shall immediately suspend any license or certificate issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for issuance or reinstatement during the suspension, issuance or reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.                 (4) Any licensee or certificate of competency holder who is aggrieved by an order of the state director of fire protection suspending or revoking a license may, within thirty days after notice of such suspension or revocation, appeal under chapter 34.05 RCW. This subsection does not apply to actions taken under subsection (3) of this section.          Sec. 835. RCW 18.165.160 and 1995 c 277 s 34 are each amended to read as follows:          The following acts are prohibited and constitute grounds for disciplinary action, assessing administrative penalties, or denial, suspension, or revocation of any license under this chapter, as deemed appropriate by the director:           (1) Knowingly violating any of the provisions of this chapter or the rules adopted under this chapter;               (2) Knowingly making a material misstatement or omission in the application for or renewal of a license or firearms certificate, including falsifying requested identification information;      (3) Not meeting the qualifications set forth in RCW 18.165.030, 18.165.040, or 18.165.050;              (4) Failing to return immediately on demand a firearm issued by an employer;    (5) Carrying a firearm in the performance of his or her duties if not the holder of a valid armed private investigator license, or carrying a firearm not meeting the provisions of this chapter while in the performance of his or her duties;      (6) Failing to return immediately on demand company identification, badges, or other items issued to the private investigator by an employer;           (7) Making any statement that would reasonably cause another person to believe that the private investigator is a sworn peace officer;               (8) Divulging confidential information obtained in the course of any investigation to which he or she was assigned;      (9) Acceptance of employment that is adverse to a client or former client and relates to a matter about which a licensee has obtained confidential information by reason of or in the course of the licensee's employment by the client;             (10) Conviction of a gross misdemeanor or felony or the commission of any act involving moral turpitude, dishonesty, or corruption whether the act constitutes a crime or not. If the act constitutes a crime, conviction in a criminal proceeding is not a condition precedent to disciplinary action. Upon such a conviction, however, the judgment and sentence is conclusive evidence at the ensuing disciplinary hearing of the guilt of the license holder or applicant of the crime described in the indictment or information, and of the person's violation of the statute on which it is based. For the purposes of this section, conviction includes all instances in which a plea of guilty or nolo contendere is the basis for the conviction and all proceedings in which the sentence has been deferred or suspended;                (11) Advertising that is false, fraudulent, or misleading;       (12) Incompetence or negligence that results in injury to a person or that creates an unreasonable risk that a person may be harmed;     (13) Suspension, revocation, or restriction of the individual's license to practice the profession by competent authority in any state, federal, or foreign jurisdiction, a certified copy of the order, stipulation, or agreement being conclusive evidence of the revocation, suspension, or restriction;                (14) Failure to cooperate with the director by:     (a) Not furnishing any necessary papers or documents requested by the director for purposes of conducting an investigation for disciplinary action, denial, suspension, or revocation of a license under this chapter;                  (b) Not furnishing in writing a full and complete explanation covering the matter contained in a complaint filed with the department; or              (c) Not responding to subpoenas issued by the director, whether or not the recipient of the subpoena is the accused in the proceeding;      (15) Failure to comply with an order issued by the director or an assurance of discontinuance entered into with the director;                (16) Aiding or abetting an unlicensed person to practice if a license is required;     (17) Misrepresentation or fraud in any aspect of the conduct of the business or profession;      (18) Failure to adequately supervise employees to the extent that the public health or safety is at risk;                (19) Interference with an investigation or disciplinary proceeding by willful misrepresentation of facts before the director or the director's authorized representative, or by the use of threats or harassment against any client or witness to prevent them from providing evidence in a disciplinary proceeding or any other legal action;         (20) Assigning or transferring any license issued pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, except as provided in RCW 18.165.050;        (21) Assisting a client to locate, trace, or contact a person when the investigator knows that the client is prohibited by any court order from harassing or contacting the person whom the investigator is being asked to locate, trace, or contact, as it pertains to domestic violence, stalking, or minor children;           (22) Failure to maintain bond or insurance; ((or))  (23) Failure to have a qualifying principal in place; or   (24) Being certified as not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order as provided in section 802 of this act.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 836. A new section is added to chapter 18.165 RCW to read as follows:        The director shall immediately suspend a license issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.          Sec. 837. RCW 18.170.170 and 1995 c 277 s 12 are each amended to read as follows:           In addition to the provisions of section 838 of this act, the following acts are prohibited and constitute grounds for disciplinary action, assessing administrative penalties, or denial, suspension, or revocation of any license under this chapter, as deemed appropriate by the director:           (1) Knowingly violating any of the provisions of this chapter or the rules adopted under this chapter;           (2) Practicing fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation in any of the private security activities covered by this chapter;              (3) Knowingly making a material misstatement or omission in the application for a license or firearms certificate;      (4) Not meeting the qualifications set forth in RCW 18.170.030, 18.170.040, or 18.170.060;              (5) Failing to return immediately on demand a firearm issued by an employer;    (6) Carrying a firearm in the performance of his or her duties if not the holder of a valid armed private security guard license, or carrying a firearm not meeting the provisions of this chapter while in the performance of his or her duties;      (7) Failing to return immediately on demand any uniform, badge, or other item of equipment issued to the private security guard by an employer;           (8) Making any statement that would reasonably cause another person to believe that the private security guard is a sworn peace officer;               (9) Divulging confidential information that may compromise the security of any premises, or valuables shipment, or any activity of a client to which he or she was assigned;                 (10) Conviction of a gross misdemeanor or felony or the commission of any act involving moral turpitude, dishonesty, or corruption whether the act constitutes a crime or not. If the act constitutes a crime, conviction in a criminal proceeding is not a condition precedent to disciplinary action. Upon such a conviction, however, the judgment and sentence is conclusive evidence at the ensuing disciplinary hearing of the guilt of the license holder or applicant of the crime described in the indictment or information, and of the person's violation of the statute on which it is based. For the purposes of this section, conviction includes all instances in which a plea of guilty or nolo contendere is the basis for the conviction and all proceedings in which the sentence has been deferred or suspended;         (11) Misrepresentation or concealment of a material fact in obtaining a license or in reinstatement thereof;   (12) Advertising that is false, fraudulent, or misleading;         (13) Incompetence or negligence that results in injury to a person or that creates an unreasonable risk that a person may be harmed;                (14) Suspension, revocation, or restriction of the individual's license to practice the profession by competent authority in any state, federal, or foreign jurisdiction, a certified copy of the order, stipulation, or agreement being conclusive evidence of the revocation, suspension, or restriction;                 (15) Failure to cooperate with the director by:       (a) Not furnishing any necessary papers or documents requested by the director for purposes of conducting an investigation for disciplinary action, denial, suspension, or revocation of a license under this chapter;                (b) Not furnishing in writing a full and complete explanation covering the matter contained in a complaint filed with the department; or                 (c) Not responding to subpoenas issued by the director, whether or not the recipient of the subpoena is the accused in the proceeding;             (16) Failure to comply with an order issued by the director or an assurance of discontinuance entered into with the disciplining authority;         (17) Aiding or abetting an unlicensed person to practice if a license is required;      (18) Misrepresentation or fraud in any aspect of the conduct of the business or profession;                 (19) Failure to adequately supervise employees to the extent that the public health or safety is at risk;                (20) Interference with an investigation or disciplinary proceeding by willful misrepresentation of facts before the director or the director's authorized representative, or by the use of threats or harassment against a client or witness to prevent them from providing evidence in a disciplinary proceeding or any other legal action;                  (21) Assigning or transferring any license issued pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, except as provided in RCW 18.170.060;                   (22) Failure to maintain insurance; and                (23) Failure to have a qualifying principal in place.               NEW SECTION. Sec. 838. A new section is added to chapter 18.170 RCW to read as follows:        The director shall immediately suspend any license issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.  NEW SECTION. Sec. 839. A new section is added to chapter 18.175 RCW to read as follows:         The director shall immediately suspend a certificate of registration issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.                NEW SECTION. Sec. 840. A new section is added to chapter 18.185 RCW to read as follows:         The director shall immediately suspend any license issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.        Sec. 841. RCW 43.20A.205 and 1989 c 175 s 95 are each amended to read as follows:      This section governs the denial of an application for a license or the suspension, revocation, or modification of a license by the department.      (1) The department shall give written notice of the denial of an application for a license to the applicant or his or her agent. The department shall give written notice of revocation, suspension, or modification of a license to the licensee or his or her agent. The notice shall state the reasons for the action. The notice shall be personally served in the manner of service of a summons in a civil action or shall be given in ((an other)) another manner that shows proof of receipt.     (2) Except as otherwise provided in this subsection and in subsection (4) of this section, revocation, suspension, or modification is effective twenty-eight days after the licensee or the agent receives the notice.         (a) The department may make the date the action is effective later than twenty-eight days after receipt. If the department does so, it shall state the effective date in the written notice given the licensee or agent.          (b) The department may make the date the action is effective sooner than twenty-eight days after receipt when necessary to protect the public health, safety, or welfare. When the department does so, it shall state the effective date and the reasons supporting the effective date in the written notice given to the licensee or agent.               (c) When the department has received certification pursuant to chapter 74.20A RCW from the division of child support that the licensee is a person who is not in compliance with a support order or an order from court stating that the licensee is in noncompliance with a residential or visitation order under chapter 26.09 RCW, the department shall provide that the suspension is effective immediately upon receipt of the suspension notice by the licensee.      (3) Except for licensees suspended for noncompliance with a support order under chapter 74.20A RCW or a residential or visitation order under chapter 26.09 RCW, a license applicant or licensee who is aggrieved by a department denial, revocation, suspension, or modification has the right to an adjudicative proceeding. The proceeding is governed by the Administrative Procedure Act, chapter 34.05 RCW. The application must be in writing, state the basis for contesting the adverse action, include a copy of the adverse notice, be served on and received by the department within twenty-eight days of the license applicant's or licensee's receiving the adverse notice, and be served in a manner that shows proof of receipt. (4)(a) If the department gives a licensee twenty-eight or more days notice of revocation, suspension, or modification and the licensee files an appeal before its effective date, the department shall not implement the adverse action until the final order has been entered. The presiding or reviewing officer may permit the department to implement part or all of the adverse action while the proceedings are pending if the appellant causes an unreasonable delay in the proceeding, if the circumstances change so that implementation is in the public interest, or for other good cause.   (b) If the department gives a licensee less than twenty-eight days notice of revocation, suspension, or modification and the licensee timely files a sufficient appeal, the department may implement the adverse action on the effective date stated in the notice. The presiding or reviewing officer may order the department to stay implementation of part or all of the adverse action while the proceedings are pending if staying implementation is in the public interest or for other good cause.          NEW SECTION. Sec. 842. A new section is added to chapter 28A.410 RCW to read as follows:     Any certificate or permit authorized under this chapter or chapter 28A.405 RCW shall be suspended by the authority authorized to grant the certificate or permit if the department of social and health services certifies that the person is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order as provided in section 802 of this act. If the person continues to meet other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate or permit shall be automatic after the person provides the authority a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.      Sec. 843. RCW 43.70.115 and 1991 c 3 s 377 are each amended to read as follows:           This section governs the denial of an application for a license or the suspension, revocation, or modification of a license by the department. This section does not govern actions taken under chapter 18.130 RCW.   (1) The department shall give written notice of the denial of an application for a license to the applicant or his or her agent. The department shall give written notice of revocation, suspension, or modification of a license to the licensee or his or her agent. The notice shall state the reasons for the action. The notice shall be personally served in the manner of service of a summons in a civil action or shall be given in ((an other [another])) another manner that shows proof of receipt.   (2) Except as otherwise provided in this subsection and in subsection (4) of this section, revocation, suspension, or modification is effective twenty-eight days after the licensee or the agent receives the notice.          (a) The department may make the date the action is effective later than twenty-eight days after receipt. If the department does so, it shall state the effective date in the written notice given the licensee or agent.     (b) The department may make the date the action is effective sooner than twenty-eight days after receipt when necessary to protect the public health, safety, or welfare. When the department does so, it shall state the effective date and the reasons supporting the effective date in the written notice given to the licensee or agent.          (c) When the department has received certification pursuant to chapter 74.20A RCW from the department of social and health services that the licensee is a person who is not in compliance with a child support order or an order from a court stating that the licensee is in noncompliance with a residential or visitation order under chapter 26.09 RCW, the department shall provide that the suspension is effective immediately upon receipt of the suspension notice by the licensee.      (3) Except for licensees suspended for noncompliance with a child support order under chapter 74.20A RCW or noncompliance with a residential or visitation order under chapter 26.09 RCW, a license applicant or licensee who is aggrieved by a department denial, revocation, suspension, or modification has the right to an adjudicative proceeding. The proceeding is governed by the Administrative Procedure Act, chapter 34.05 RCW. The application must be in writing, state the basis for contesting the adverse action, include a copy of the adverse notice, be served on and received by the department within twenty-eight days of the license applicant's or licensee's receiving the adverse notice, and be served in a manner that shows proof of receipt.                  (4)(a) If the department gives a licensee twenty-eight or more days notice of revocation, suspension, or modification and the licensee files an appeal before its effective date, the department shall not implement the adverse action until the final order has been entered. The presiding or reviewing officer may permit the department to implement part or all of the adverse action while the proceedings are pending if the appellant causes an unreasonable delay in the proceeding, if the circumstances change so that implementation is in the public interest, or for other good cause.        (b) If the department gives a licensee less than twenty-eight days notice of revocation, suspension, or modification and the licensee timely files a sufficient appeal, the department may implement the adverse action on the effective date stated in the notice. The presiding or reviewing officer may order the department to stay implementation of part or all of the adverse action while the proceedings are pending if staying implementation is in the public interest or for other good cause.                Sec. 844. RCW 19.28.310 and 1996 c 241 s 5 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) The department has the power, in case of serious noncompliance with the provisions of this chapter, to revoke or suspend for such a period as it determines, any electrical contractor license or electrical contractor administrator certificate issued under this chapter. The department shall notify the holder of the license or certificate of the revocation or suspension by certified mail. A revocation or suspension is effective twenty days after the holder receives the notice. Any revocation or suspension is subject to review by an appeal to the board. The filing of an appeal stays the effect of a revocation or suspension until the board makes its decision. The appeal shall be filed within twenty days after notice of the revocation or suspension is given by certified mail sent to the address of the holder of the license or certificate as shown on the application for the license or certificate, and shall be effected by filing a written notice of appeal with the department, accompanied by a certified check for two hundred dollars, which shall be returned to the holder of the license or certificate if the decision of the department is not sustained by the board. The hearing shall be conducted in accordance with chapter 34.05 RCW. If the board sustains the decision of the department, the two hundred dollars shall be applied by the department to the payment of the per diem and expenses of the members of the board incurred in the matter, and any balance remaining after payment of per diem and expenses shall be paid into the electrical license fund.                  (2) The department shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.      Sec. 845. RCW 19.28.580 and 1988 c 81 s 15 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) The department may revoke any certificate of competency upon the following grounds:                 (a) The certificate was obtained through error or fraud;         (b) The holder thereof is judged to be incompetent to work in the electrical construction trade as a journeyman electrician or specialty electrician;        (c) The holder thereof has violated any of the provisions of RCW 19.28.510 through 19.28.620 or any rule adopted under this chapter.          (2) Before any certificate of competency shall be revoked, the holder shall be given written notice of the department's intention to do so, mailed by registered mail, return receipt requested, to the holder's last known address. The notice shall enumerate the allegations against the holder, and shall give the holder the opportunity to request a hearing before the board. At the hearing, the department and the holder may produce witnesses and give testimony. The hearing shall be conducted in accordance with chapter 34.05 RCW. The board shall render its decision based upon the testimony and evidence presented, and shall notify the parties immediately upon reaching its decision. A majority of the board shall be necessary to render a decision.      (3) The department shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.              Sec. 846. RCW 19.30.060 and 1985 c 280 s 6 are each amended to read as follows:              Any person may protest the grant or renewal of a license under this section. The director may revoke, suspend, or refuse to issue or renew any license when it is shown that:         (1) The farm labor contractor or any agent of the contractor has violated or failed to comply with any of the provisions of this chapter;       (2) The farm labor contractor has made any misrepresentations or false statements in his or her application for a license;     (3) The conditions under which the license was issued have changed or no longer exist;     (4) The farm labor contractor, or any agent of the contractor, has violated or wilfully aided or abetted any person in the violation of, or failed to comply with, any law of the state of Washington regulating employment in agriculture, the payment of wages to farm employees, or the conditions, terms, or places of employment affecting the health and safety of farm employees, which is applicable to the business activities, or operations of the contractor in his or her capacity as a farm labor contractor;         (5) The farm labor contractor or any agent of the contractor has in recruiting farm labor solicited or induced the violation of any then existing contract of employment of such laborers; or          (6) The farm labor contractor or any agent of the contractor has an unsatisfied judgment against him or her in any state or federal court, arising out of his or her farm labor contracting activities.    The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.      Sec. 847. RCW 19.16.120 and 1994 c 195 s 3 are each amended to read as follows:      In addition to other provisions of this chapter, any license issued pursuant to this chapter or any application therefor may be denied, not renewed, revoked, or suspended, or in lieu of or in addition to suspension a licensee may be assessed a civil, monetary penalty in an amount not to exceed one thousand dollars:              (1) If an individual applicant or licensee is less than eighteen years of age or is not a resident of this state.            (2) If an applicant or licensee is not authorized to do business in this state.      (3) If the application or renewal forms required by this chapter are incomplete, fees required under RCW 19.16.140 and 19.16.150, if applicable, have not been paid, and the surety bond or cash deposit or other negotiable security acceptable to the director required by RCW 19.16.190, if applicable, has not been filed or renewed or is canceled.    (4) If any individual applicant, owner, officer, director, or managing employee of a nonindividual applicant or licensee:      (a) Shall have knowingly made a false statement of a material fact in any application for a collection agency license or an out-of-state collection agency license or renewal thereof, or in any data attached thereto and two years have not elapsed since the date of such statement;      (b) Shall have had a license to engage in the business of a collection agency or out-of-state collection agency denied, not renewed, suspended, or revoked by this state, any other state, or foreign country, for any reason other than the nonpayment of licensing fees or failure to meet bonding requirements: PROVIDED, That the terms of this subsection shall not apply if:             (i) Two years have elapsed since the time of any such denial, nonrenewal, or revocation; or                (ii) The terms of any such suspension have been fulfilled;     (c) Has been convicted in any court of any felony involving forgery, embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, larceny, extortion, or conspiracy to defraud and is incarcerated for that offense or five years have not elapsed since the date of such conviction;        (d) Has had any judgment entered against him in any civil action involving forgery, embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, larceny, extortion, or conspiracy to defraud and five years have not elapsed since the date of the entry of the final judgment in said action: PROVIDED, That in no event shall a license be issued unless the judgment debt has been discharged;              (e) Has had his license to practice law suspended or revoked and two years have not elapsed since the date of such suspension or revocation, unless he has been relicensed to practice law in this state;      (f) Has had any judgment entered against him or it under the provisions of RCW 19.86.080 or 19.86.090 involving a violation or violations of RCW 19.86.020 and two years have not elapsed since the entry of the final judgment: PROVIDED, That in no event shall a license be issued unless the terms of such judgment, if any, have been fully complied with: PROVIDED FURTHER, That said judgment shall not be grounds for denial, suspension, nonrenewal, or revocation of a license unless the judgment arises out of and is based on acts of the applicant, owner, officer, director, managing employee, or licensee while acting for or as a collection agency or an out-of-state collection agency;      (g) Has petitioned for bankruptcy, and two years have not elapsed since the filing of said petition;     (h) Shall be insolvent in the sense that his or its liabilities exceed his or its assets or in the sense that he or it cannot meet his or its obligations as they mature;           (i) Has failed to pay any civil, monetary penalty assessed in accordance with RCW 19.16.351 or 19.16.360 within ten days after the assessment becomes final;       (j) Has knowingly failed to comply with, or violated any provisions of this chapter or any rule or regulation issued pursuant to this chapter, and two years have not elapsed since the occurrence of said noncompliance or violation; or      (k) Has been found by a court of competent jurisdiction to have violated the federal fair debt collection practices act, 15 U.S.C. Sec. 1692 et seq., or the Washington state consumer protection act, chapter 19.86 RCW, and two years have not elapsed since that finding.              Except as otherwise provided in this section, any person who is engaged in the collection agency business as of January 1, 1972 shall, upon filing the application, paying the fees, and filing the surety bond or cash deposit or other negotiable security in lieu of bond required by this chapter, be issued a license ((hereunder)) under this chapter.              The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.            Sec. 848. RCW 19.31.130 and 1969 ex.s. c 228 s 13 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) In accordance with the provisions of chapter 34.05 RCW as now or as hereafter amended, the director may by order deny, suspend or revoke the license of any employment agency if he finds that the applicant or licensee:             (((1))) (a) Was previously the holder of a license issued under this chapter, which was revoked for cause and never reissued by the director, or which license was suspended for cause and the terms of the suspension have not been fulfilled;           (((2))) (b) Has been found guilty of any felony within the past five years involving moral turpitude, or for any misdemeanor concerning fraud or conversion, or suffering any judgment in any civil action involving wilful fraud, misrepresentation or conversion;  (((3))) (c) Has made a false statement of a material fact in his application or in any data attached thereto;      (((4))) (d) Has violated any provisions of this chapter, or failed to comply with any rule or regulation issued by the director pursuant to this chapter.              (2) The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.            Sec. 849. RCW 19.32.060 and 1943 c 117 s 5 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) The director of agriculture may cancel or suspend any such license if he finds after proper investigation that (a) the licensee has violated any provision of this chapter or of any other law of this state relating to the operation of refrigerated lockers or of the sale of any human food in connection therewith, or any regulation effective under any act the administration of which is in the charge of the department of agriculture, or (b) the licensed refrigerated locker premises or any equipment used therein or in connection therewith is in an unsanitary condition and the licensee has failed or refused to remedy the same within ten days after receipt from the director of agriculture of written notice to do so.      (2) No license shall be revoked or suspended by the director without delivery to the licensee of a written statement of the charge involved and an opportunity to answer such charge within ten days from the date of such notice.             (3) Any order made by the director suspending or revoking any license may be reviewed by certiorari in the superior court of the county in which the licensed premises are located, within ten days from the date notice in writing of the director's order revoking or suspending such license has been served upon him.     (4) The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.      Sec. 850. RCW 19.105.380 and 1988 c 159 s 14 are each amended to read as follows:       (1) A registration or an application for registration of camping resort contracts or renewals thereof may by order be denied, suspended, or revoked if the director finds that:        (a) The advertising, sales techniques, or trade practices of the applicant, registrant, or its affiliate or agent have been or are deceptive, false, or misleading;      (b) The applicant or registrant has failed to file copies of the camping resort contract form under RCW 19.105.360;          (c) The applicant, registrant, or affiliate has failed to comply with any provision of this chapter, the rules adopted or the conditions of a permit granted under this chapter, or a stipulation or final order previously entered into by the operator or issued by the department under this chapter;      (d) The applicant's, registrant's, or affiliate's offering of camping resort contracts has worked or would work a fraud upon purchasers or owners of camping resort contracts;             (e) The camping resort operator or any officer, director, or affiliate of the camping resort operator has been within the last five years convicted of or pleaded nolo contendre to any misdemeanor or felony involving conversion, embezzlement, theft, fraud, or dishonesty, has been enjoined from or had any civil penalty assessed for a finding of dishonest dealing or fraud in a civil suit, or been found to have engaged in any violation of any act designed to protect consumers, or has been engaged in dishonest practices in any industry involving sales to consumers;         (f) The applicant or registrant has represented or is representing to purchasers in connection with the offer or sale of a camping resort contract that a camping resort property, facility, amenity camp site, or other development is planned, promised, or required, and the applicant or registrant has not provided the director with a security or assurance of performance as required by this chapter;       (g) The applicant or registrant has not provided or is no longer providing the director with the necessary security arrangements to assure future availability of titles or properties as required by this chapter or agreed to in the permit to market;    (h) The applicant or registrant is or has been employing unregistered salespersons or offering or proposing a membership referral program not in compliance with this chapter;      (i) The applicant or registrant has breached any escrow, impound, reserve account, or trust arrangement or the conditions of an order or permit to market required by this chapter;    (j) The applicant or registrant has breached any stipulation or order entered into in settlement of the department's filing of a previous administrative action;          (k) The applicant or registrant has filed or caused to be filed with the director any document or affidavit, or made any statement during the course of a registration or exemption procedure with the director, that is materially untrue or misleading;    (l) The applicant or registrant has engaged in a practice of failing to provide the written disclosures to purchasers or prospective purchasers as required under this chapter;                 (m) The applicant, registrant, or any of its officers, directors, or employees, if the operator is other than a natural person, have wilfully done, or permitted any of their salespersons or agents to do, any of the following:      (i) Engage in a pattern or practice of making untrue or misleading statements of a material fact, or omitting to state a material fact;      (ii) Employ any device, scheme, or artifice to defraud purchasers or members;    (iii) Engage in a pattern or practice of failing to provide the written disclosures to purchasers or prospective purchasers as required under this chapter;                  (n) The applicant or registrant has failed to provide a bond, letter of credit, or other arrangement to assure delivery of promised gifts, prizes, awards, or other items of consideration, as required under this chapter, breached such a security arrangement, or failed to maintain such a security arrangement in effect because of a resignation or loss of a trustee, impound, or escrow agent;          (o) The applicant or registrant has engaged in a practice of selling contracts using material amendments or codicils that have not been filed or are the consequences of breaches or alterations in previously filed contracts;      (p) The applicant or registrant has engaged in a practice of selling or proposing to sell contracts in a ratio of contracts to sites available in excess of that filed in the affidavit required by this chapter;        (q) The camping resort operator has withdrawn, has the right to withdraw, or is proposing to withdraw from use all or any portion of any camping resort property devoted to the camping resort program, unless:      (i) Adequate provision has been made to provide within a reasonable time thereafter a substitute property in the same general area that is at least as desirable for the purpose of camping and outdoor recreation;      (ii) The property is withdrawn because, despite good faith efforts by the camping resort operator, a nonaffiliate of the camping resort has exercised a right of withdrawal from use by the camping resort (such as withdrawal following expiration of a lease of the property to the camping resort) and the terms of the withdrawal right have been disclosed in writing to all purchasers at or prior to the time of any sales of camping resort contracts after the camping resort has represented to purchasers that the property is or will be available for camping or recreation purposes;               (iii) The specific date upon which the withdrawal becomes effective has been disclosed in writing to all purchasers and members prior to the time of any sales of camping resort contracts after the camping resort has represented to purchasers that the property is or will be available for camping or recreation purposes;      (iv) The rights of members and owners of the camping resort contracts under the express terms of the camping resort contract have expired, or have been specifically limited, upon the lapse of a stated or determinable period of time, and the director by order has found that the withdrawal is not otherwise inconsistent with the protection of purchasers or the desire of the majority of the owners of camping resort contracts, as expressed in their previously obtained vote of approval;           (r) The format, form, or content of the written disclosures provided therein is not complete, full, or materially accurate, or statements made therein are materially false, misleading, or deceptive;              (s) The applicant or registrant has failed or declined to respond to any subpoena lawfully issued and served by the department under this chapter;                 (t) The applicant or registrant has failed to file an amendment for a material change in the manner or at the time required under this chapter or its implementing rules;      (u) The applicant or registrant has filed voluntarily or been placed involuntarily into a federal bankruptcy or is proposing to do so; or      (v) A camping resort operator's rights or interest in a campground has been terminated by foreclosure or the operations in a camping resort have been terminated in a manner contrary to contract provisions.              (2) Any applicant or registrant who has violated subsection (1)(a), (b), (c), (f), (h), (i), (j), (l), (m), or (n) of this section may be fined by the director in an amount not to exceed one thousand dollars for each such violation. Proceedings seeking such fines shall be held in accordance with chapter 34.05 RCW and may be filed either separately or in conjunction with other administrative proceedings to deny, suspend, or revoke registrations authorized under this chapter. Fines collected from such proceedings shall be deposited in the state general fund.     (3) An operator, registrant, or applicant against whom administrative or legal proceedings have been filed shall be responsible for and shall reimburse the state, by payment into the general fund, for all administrative and legal costs actually incurred by the department in issuing, processing, and conducting any such administrative or legal proceeding authorized under this chapter that results in a final legal or administrative determination of any type or degree in favor of the department.      (4) No order may be entered under this section without appropriate prior notice to the applicant or registrant of opportunity for a hearing and written findings of fact and conclusions of law, except that the director may by order summarily deny an application for registration or renewal under any of the above subsections and may summarily suspend or revoke a registration under subsection (1)(d), (f), (g), (h), (i), (k), (l), (m), and (n) of this section. No fine may be imposed by summary order.             (5) The proceedings to deny an application or renewal, suspend or revoke a registration or permit, whether summarily or otherwise, or impose a fine shall be held in accordance with chapter 34.05 RCW.                 (6) The director may enter into assurances of discontinuance in lieu of issuing a statement of charges or a cease and desist order or conducting a hearing under this chapter. The assurances shall consist of a statement of the law in question and an agreement not to violate the stated provision. The applicant or registrant shall not be required to admit to any violation of the law, nor shall the assurance be construed as such an admission. Violating or breaching an assurance under this subsection is grounds for suspension or revocation of registration or imposition of a fine.      (7) The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.      Sec. 851. RCW 19.105.440 and 1988 c 159 s 21 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) A salesperson may apply for registration by filing in a complete and readable form with the director an application form provided by the director which includes the following:    (a) A statement whether or not the applicant within the past five years has been convicted of, pleaded nolo contendre to, or been ordered to serve probation for a period of a year or more for any misdemeanor or felony involving conversion, embezzlement, theft, fraud, or dishonesty or the applicant has been enjoined from, had any civil penalty assessed for, or been found to have engaged in any violation of any act designed to protect consumers;            (b) A statement fully describing the applicant's employment history for the past five years and whether or not any termination of employment during the last five years was the result of any theft, fraud, or act of dishonesty;         (c) A consent to service comparable to that required of operators under this chapter; and                (d) Required filing fees.      (2) The director may by order deny, suspend, or revoke a camping resort salesperson's registration or application for registration under this chapter or the person's license or application under chapter 18.85 RCW, or impose a fine on such persons not exceeding two hundred dollars per violation, if the director finds that the order is necessary for the protection of purchasers or owners of camping resort contracts and the applicant or registrant is guilty of:                (a) Obtaining registration by means of fraud, misrepresentation, or concealment, or through the mistake or inadvertence of the director;        (b) Violating any of the provisions of this chapter or any lawful rules adopted by the director pursuant thereto;           (c) Being convicted in a court of competent jurisdiction of this or any other state, or federal court, of forgery, embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, bribery, larceny, extortion, conspiracy to defraud, or any similar offense or offenses. For the purposes of this section, "being convicted" includes all instances in which a plea of guilty or nolo contendere is the basis for the conviction, and all proceedings in which the sentence has been deferred or suspended;              (d) Making, printing, publishing, distributing, or causing, authorizing, or knowingly permitting the making, printing, publication, or distribution of false statements, descriptions, or promises of such character as to reasonably induce any person to act thereon, if the statements, descriptions, or promises purport to be made or to be performed by either the applicant or registrant and the applicant or registrant then knew or, by the exercise of reasonable care and inquiry, could have known, of the falsity of the statements, descriptions, or promises;      (e) Knowingly committing, or being a party to, any material fraud, misrepresentation, concealment, conspiracy, collusion, trick, scheme, or device whereby any other person lawfully relies upon the work, representation, or conduct of the applicant or registrant;              (f) Failing, upon demand, to disclose to the director or the director's authorized representatives acting by authority of law any information within his or her knowledge or to produce for inspection any document, book or record in his or her possession, which is material to the salesperson's registration or application for registration;      (g) Continuing to sell camping resort contracts in a manner whereby the interests of the public are endangered, if the director has, by order in writing, stated objections thereto;      (h) Committing any act of fraudulent or dishonest dealing or a crime involving moral turpitude, and a certified copy of the final holding of any court of competent jurisdiction in such matter shall be conclusive evidence in any hearing under this chapter;               (i) Misrepresentation of membership in any state or national association; or                 (j) Discrimination against any person in hiring or in sales activity on the basis of race, color, creed, or national origin, or violating any state or federal antidiscrimination law.                (3) No order may be entered under this section without appropriate prior notice to the applicant or registrant of opportunity for a hearing and written findings of fact and conclusions of law, except that the director may by order summarily deny an application for registration under this section.       (4) The proceedings to deny an application or renewal, suspend or revoke a registration or permit, whether summarily or otherwise, or impose a fine shall be held in accordance with chapter 34.05 RCW.           (5) The director, subsequent to any complaint filed against a salesperson or pursuant to an investigation to determine violations, may enter into stipulated assurances of discontinuances in lieu of issuing a statement of charges or a cease and desist order or conducting a hearing. The assurance shall consist of a statement of the law in question and an agreement not to violate the stated provision. The salesperson shall not be required to admit to any violation of the law, nor shall the assurance be construed as such an admission. Violation of an assurance under this subsection is grounds for a disciplinary action, a suspension of registration, or a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars.        (6) The director may by rule require such further information or conditions for registration as a camping resort salesperson, including qualifying examinations and fingerprint cards prepared by authorized law enforcement agencies, as the director deems necessary to protect the interests of purchasers.           (7) Registration as a camping resort salesperson shall be effective for a period of one year unless the director specifies otherwise or the salesperson transfers employment to a different registrant. Registration as a camping resort salesperson shall be renewed annually, or at the time of transferring employment, whichever occurs first, by the filing of a form prescribed by the director for that purpose.         (8) It is unlawful for a registrant of camping resort contracts to employ or a person to act as a camping resort salesperson covered under this section unless the salesperson has in effect with the department and displays a valid registration in a conspicuous location at each of the sales offices at which the salesperson is employed. It is the responsibility of both the operator and the salesperson to notify the department when and where a salesperson is employed, his or her responsibilities and duties, and when the salesperson's employment or reported duties are changed or terminated.               (9) The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.               Sec. 852. RCW 19.138.130 and 1996 c 180 s 6 are each amended to read as follows:          (1) The director may deny, suspend, or revoke the registration of a seller of travel if the director finds that the applicant:     (a) Was previously the holder of a registration issued under this chapter, and the registration was revoked for cause and never reissued by the director, or the registration was suspended for cause and the terms of the suspension have not been fulfilled;      (b) Has been found guilty of a felony within the past five years involving moral turpitude, or of a misdemeanor concerning fraud or conversion, or suffers a judgment in a civil action involving willful fraud, misrepresentation, or conversion;            (c) Has made a false statement of a material fact in an application under this chapter or in data attached to it;            (d) Has violated this chapter or failed to comply with a rule adopted by the director under this chapter;   (e) Has failed to display the registration as provided in this chapter;     (f) Has published or circulated a statement with the intent to deceive, misrepresent, or mislead the public; or            (g) Has committed a fraud or fraudulent practice in the operation and conduct of a travel agency business, including, but not limited to, intentionally misleading advertising.             (2) If the seller of travel is found in violation of this chapter or in violation of the consumer protection act, chapter 19.86 RCW, by the entry of a judgment or by settlement of a claim, the director may revoke the registration of the seller of travel, and the director may reinstate the registration at the director's discretion.      (3) The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.      Sec. 853. RCW 19.158.050 and 1989 c 20 s 5 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) In order to maintain or defend a lawsuit or do any business in this state, a commercial telephone solicitor must be registered with the department of licensing. Prior to doing business in this state, a commercial telephone solicitor shall register with the department of licensing. Doing business in this state includes both commercial telephone solicitation from a location in Washington and solicitation of purchasers located in Washington.   (2) The department of licensing, in registering commercial telephone solicitors, shall have the authority to require the submission of information necessary to assist in identifying and locating a commercial telephone solicitor, including past business history, prior judgments, and such other information as may be useful to purchasers.      (3) The department of licensing shall issue a registration number to the commercial telephone solicitor.              (4) It is a violation of this chapter for a commercial telephone solicitor to:           (a) Fail to maintain a valid registration;       (b) Advertise that one is registered as a commercial telephone solicitor or to represent that such registration constitutes approval or endorsement by any government or governmental office or agency;        (c) Provide inaccurate or incomplete information to the department of licensing when making a registration application; or             (d) Represent that a person is registered or that such person has a valid registration number when such person does not.          (5) An annual registration fee shall be assessed by the department of licensing, the amount of which shall be determined at the discretion of the director of the department of licensing, and which shall be reasonably related to the cost of administering the provisions of this chapter.            (6) The department shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.     Sec. 854. RCW 19.166.040 and 1995 c 60 s 2 are each amended to read as follows:          (1) An application for registration as an international student exchange visitor placement organization shall be submitted in the form prescribed by the secretary of state. The application shall include:     (a) Evidence that the organization meets the standards established by the secretary of state under RCW 19.166.050;      (b) The name, address, and telephone number of the organization, its chief executive officer, and the person within the organization who has primary responsibility for supervising placements within the state;      (c) The organization's unified business identification number, if any;   (d) The organization's United States Information Agency number, if any;                 (e) Evidence of council on standards for international educational travel listing, if any;                  (f) Whether the organization is exempt from federal income tax; and        (g) A list of the organization's placements in Washington for the previous academic year including the number of students placed, their home countries, the school districts in which they were placed, and the length of their placements.      (2) The application shall be signed by the chief executive officer of the organization and the person within the organization who has primary responsibility for supervising placements within Washington. If the secretary of state determines that the application is complete, the secretary of state shall file the application and the applicant is registered.  (3) International student exchange visitor placement organizations that have registered shall inform the secretary of state of any changes in the information required under subsection (1) of this section within thirty days of the change.     (4) Registration shall be renewed annually as established by rule by the office of the secretary of state.         (5) The office of the secretary of state shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the office of the secretary of state's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.                NEW SECTION. Sec. 855. A new section is added to chapter 20.01 RCW to read as follows:              The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.            Sec. 856. RCW 21.20.110 and 1994 c 256 s 10 are each amended to read as follows:         The director may by order deny, suspend, or revoke registration of any broker-dealer, salesperson, investment adviser representative, or investment adviser; censure or fine the registrant or an officer, director, partner, or person occupying similar functions for a registrant; or restrict or limit a registrant's function or activity of business for which registration is required in this state; if the director finds that the order is in the public interest and that the applicant or registrant or, in the case of a broker-dealer or investment adviser, any partner, officer, or director:      (1) Has filed an application for registration under this section which, as of its effective date, or as of any date after filing in the case of an order denying effectiveness, was incomplete in any material respect or contained any statement which was, in the light of the circumstances under which it was made, false, or misleading with respect to any material fact;        (2) Has willfully violated or willfully failed to comply with any provision of this chapter or a predecessor act or any rule or order under this chapter or a predecessor act, or any provision of chapter 21.30 RCW or any rule or order thereunder;          (3) Has been convicted, within the past five years, of any misdemeanor involving a security, or a commodity contract or commodity option as defined in RCW 21.30.010, or any aspect of the securities or investment commodities business, or any felony involving moral turpitude;      (4) Is permanently or temporarily enjoined by any court of competent jurisdiction from engaging in or continuing any conduct or practice involving any aspect of the securities or investment commodities business;                (5) Is the subject of an order of the director denying, suspending, or revoking registration as a broker-dealer, salesperson, investment adviser, or investment adviser representative;  (6) Is the subject of an order entered within the past five years by the securities administrator of any other state or by the federal securities and exchange commission denying or revoking registration as a broker-dealer or salesperson, or a commodity broker-dealer or sales representative, or the substantial equivalent of those terms as defined in this chapter or by the commodity futures trading commission denying or revoking registration as a commodity merchant as defined in RCW 21.30.010, or is the subject of an order of suspension or expulsion from membership in or association with a self-regulatory organization registered under the securities exchange act of 1934 or the federal commodity exchange act, or is the subject of a United States post office fraud order; but (a) the director may not institute a revocation or suspension proceeding under this clause more than one year from the date of the order relied on, and (b) the director may not enter any order under this clause on the basis of an order unless that order was based on facts which would currently constitute a ground for an order under this section;        (7) Has engaged in dishonest or unethical practices in the securities or investment commodities business;     (8) Is insolvent, either in the sense that his or her liabilities exceed his or her assets or in the sense that he or she cannot meet his or her obligations as they mature; but the director may not enter an order against a broker-dealer or investment adviser under this clause without a finding of insolvency as to the broker-dealer or investment adviser;              (9) Has not complied with a condition imposed by the director under RCW 21.20.100, or is not qualified on the basis of such factors as training, experience, or knowledge of the securities business; or    (10)(a) Has failed to supervise reasonably a salesperson or an investment adviser representative. For the purposes of this subsection, no person fails to supervise reasonably another person, if:         (i) There are established procedures, and a system for applying those procedures, that would reasonably be expected to prevent and detect, insofar as practicable, any violation by another person of this chapter, or a rule or order under this chapter; and      (ii) The supervising person has reasonably discharged the duties and obligations required by these procedures and system without reasonable cause to believe that another person was violating this chapter or rules or orders under this chapter.          (b) The director may issue a summary order pending final determination of a proceeding under this section upon a finding that it is in the public interest and necessary or appropriate for the protection of investors. The director may not impose a fine under this section except after notice and opportunity for hearing. The fine imposed under this section may not exceed five thousand dollars for each act or omission that constitutes the basis for issuing the order.      The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.            NEW SECTION. Sec. 857. A new section is added to chapter 48.17 RCW to read as follows:      The commissioner shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the commissioner's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.            NEW SECTION. Sec. 858. A new section is added to chapter 74.15 RCW to read as follows:      The secretary shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the secretary's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.            NEW SECTION. Sec. 859. A new section is added to chapter 47.68 RCW to read as follows:      The department shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.            NEW SECTION. Sec. 860. A new section is added to chapter 71.12 RCW to read as follows:      The department of health shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department of health's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 861. A new section is added to chapter 66.20 RCW to read as follows:      The board shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the board's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 862. A new section is added to chapter 66.24 RCW to read as follows:          The board shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the board's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 863. A new section is added to chapter 88.02 RCW to read as follows:          The department shall immediately suspend the vessel registration or vessel dealer's registration of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the registration shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.        Sec. 864. RCW 67.08.100 and 1993 c 278 s 20 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) The department may grant annual licenses upon application in compliance with the rules and regulations prescribed by the director, and the payment of the fees, the amount of which is to be set by the director in accordance with RCW 43.24.086, prescribed to promoters, managers, referees, boxers, wrestlers, and seconds: PROVIDED, That the provisions of this section shall not apply to contestants or participants in strictly amateur contests and/or fraternal organizations and/or veterans' organizations chartered by congress or the defense department or any bona fide athletic club which is a member of the Pacific northwest association of the amateur athletic union of the United States, holding and promoting athletic contests and where all funds are used primarily for the benefit of their members.   (2) Any such license may be revoked by the department for any cause which it shall deem sufficient.      (3) No person shall participate or serve in any of the above capacities unless licensed as provided in this chapter.              (4) The referee for any boxing contest shall be designated by the department from among such licensed referees.  (5) The referee for any wrestling exhibition or show shall be provided by the promoter and licensed by the department.    (6) The department shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.              Sec. 865. RCW 19.02.100 and 1991 c 72 s 8 are each amended to read as follows:              (1) The department shall not issue or renew a master license to any person if:      (a) The person does not have a valid tax registration, if required;          (b) The person is a corporation delinquent in fees or penalties owing to the secretary of state or is not validly registered under Title 23B RCW, chapter 18.100 RCW, Title 24 RCW, and any other statute now or hereafter adopted which gives corporate or business licensing responsibilities to the secretary of state; or                 (c) The person has not submitted the sum of all fees and deposits required for the requested individual license endorsements, any outstanding master license delinquency fee, or other fees and penalties to be collected through the system.         (2) Nothing in this section shall prevent registration by the state of an employer for the purpose of paying an employee of that employer industrial insurance or unemployment insurance benefits.      (3) The department shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.            Sec. 866. RCW 43.24.080 and 1979 c 158 s 99 are each amended to read as follows:         Except as provided in section 869 of this act, at the close of each examination the department of licensing shall prepare the proper licenses, where no further fee is required to be paid, and issue licenses to the successful applicants signed by the director and notify all successful applicants, where a further fee is required, of the fact that they are entitled to receive such license upon the payment of such further fee to the department of licensing and notify all applicants who have failed to pass the examination of that fact.   Sec. 867. RCW 43.24.110 and 1986 c 259 s 149 are each amended to read as follows:         Except as provided in section 869 of this act, whenever there is filed in a matter under the jurisdiction of the director of licensing any complaint charging that the holder of a license has been guilty of any act or omission which by the provisions of the law under which the license was issued would warrant the revocation thereof, verified in the manner provided by law, the director of licensing shall request the governor to appoint, and the governor shall appoint within thirty days of the request, two qualified practitioners of the profession or calling of the person charged, who, with the director or his duly appointed representative, shall constitute a committee to hear and determine the charges and, in case the charges are sustained, impose the penalty provided by law. In addition, the governor shall appoint a consumer member of the committee.         The decision of any three members of such committee shall be the decision of the committee.       The appointed members of the committee shall be compensated in accordance with RCW 43.03.240 and shall be reimbursed for their travel expenses, in accordance with RCW 43.03.050 and 43.03.060.    Sec. 868. RCW 43.24.120 and 1987 c 202 s 212 are each amended to read as follows:       Except as provided in section 869 of this act, any person feeling aggrieved by the refusal of the director to issue a license, or to renew one, or by the revocation or suspension of a license shall have a right of appeal to superior court from the decision of the director of licensing, which shall be taken, prosecuted, heard, and determined in the manner provided in chapter 34.05 RCW.    The decision of the superior court may be reviewed by the supreme court or the court of appeals in the same manner as other civil cases.            NEW SECTION. Sec. 869. A new section is added to chapter 43.24 RCW to read as follows:        The department shall immediately suspend any license issued by the department of licensing of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.               Sec. 870. RCW 70.74.110 and 1988 c 198 s 5 are each amended to read as follows:          All persons engaged in the manufacture of explosives, or any process involving explosives, or where explosives are used as a component part in the manufacture of any article or device, on ((the date when this 1969 amendatory act takes effect)) August 11, 1969, shall within sixty days thereafter, and all persons engaging in the manufacture of explosives, or any process involving explosives, or where explosives are used as a component part in the manufacture of any article or device after ((this act takes effect)) August 11, 1969, shall, before so engaging, make an application in writing, subscribed to by such person or his agent, to the department of labor and industries, the application stating:                 (1) Location of place of manufacture or processing;              (2) Kind of explosives manufactured, processed or used;         (3) The distance that such explosives manufacturing building is located or intended to be located from the other factory buildings, magazines, inhabited buildings, railroads and highways and public utility transmission systems;              (4) The name and address of the applicant; (5) The reason for desiring to manufacture explosives;     (6) The applicant's citizenship, if the applicant is an individual;      (7) If the applicant is a partnership, the names and addresses of the partners, and their citizenship;     (8) If the applicant is an association or corporation, the names and addresses of the officers and directors thereof, and their citizenship; and    (9) Such other pertinent information as the director of labor and industries shall require to effectuate the purpose of this chapter.      There shall be kept in the main office on the premises of each explosives manufacturing plant a plan of said plant showing the location of all explosives manufacturing buildings and the distance they are located from other factory buildings where persons are employed and from magazines, and these plans shall at all times be open to inspection by duly authorized inspectors of the department of labor and industries. The superintendent of each plant shall upon demand of said inspector furnish the following information:     (a) The maximum amount and kind of explosive material which is or will be present in each building at one time.             (b) The nature and kind of work carried on in each building and whether or not said buildings are surrounded by natural or artificial barricades.                 Except as provided in RCW 70.74.370, the department of labor and industries shall as soon as possible after receiving such application cause an inspection to be made of the explosives manufacturing plant, and if found to be in accordance with RCW 70.74.030 and 70.74.050 and 70.74.061, such department shall issue a license to the person applying therefor showing compliance with the provisions of this chapter if the applicant demonstrates that either the applicant or the officers, agents or employees of the applicant are sufficiently experienced in the manufacture of explosives and the applicant meets the qualifications for a license under RCW 70.74.360. Such license shall continue in full force and effect until expired, suspended, or revoked by the department pursuant to this chapter.      Sec. 871. RCW 70.74.130 and 1988 c 198 s 7 are each amended to read as follows:           Every person desiring to engage in the business of dealing in explosives shall apply to the department of labor and industries for a license therefor. Said application shall state, among other things:                (1) The name and address of applicant;             (2) The reason for desiring to engage in the business of dealing in explosives;      (3) Citizenship, if an individual applicant;             (4) If a partnership, the names and addresses of the partners and their citizenship;      (5) If an association or corporation, the names and addresses of the officers and directors thereof and their citizenship; and      (6) Such other pertinent information as the director of labor and industries shall require to effectuate the purpose of this chapter.      Except as provided in RCW 70.74.370, the department of labor and industries shall issue the license if the applicant demonstrates that either the applicant or the principal officers, agents, or employees of the applicant are experienced in the business of dealing in explosives, possess suitable facilities therefor, have not been convicted of any crime that would warrant revocation or nonrenewal of a license under this chapter, and have never had an explosives-related license revoked under this chapter or under similar provisions of any other state.     Sec. 872. RCW 70.74.370 and 1988 c 198 s 4 are each amended to read as follows:            (1) The department of labor and industries shall revoke and not renew the license of any person holding a manufacturer, dealer, purchaser, user, or storage license upon conviction of any of the following offenses, which conviction has become final:              (a) A violent offense as defined in RCW 9.94A.030;             (b) A crime involving perjury or false swearing, including the making of a false affidavit or statement under oath to the department of labor and industries in an application or report made pursuant to this title;            (c) A crime involving bomb threats;       (d) A crime involving a schedule I or II controlled substance, or any other drug or alcohol related offense, unless such other drug or alcohol related offense does not reflect a drug or alcohol dependency. However, the department of labor and industries may condition renewal of the license to any convicted person suffering a drug or alcohol dependency who is participating in an alcoholism or drug recovery program acceptable to the department of labor and industries and has established control of their alcohol or drug dependency. The department of labor and industries shall require the licensee to provide proof of such participation and control;        (e) A crime relating to possession, use, transfer, or sale of explosives under this chapter or any other chapter of the Revised Code of Washington.    (2) The department of labor and industries shall revoke the license of any person adjudged to be mentally ill or insane, or to be incompetent due to any mental disability or disease. The director shall not renew the license until the person has been restored to competency.       (3) The department of labor and industries is authorized to suspend, for a period of time not to exceed six months, the license of any person who has violated this chapter or the rules promulgated pursuant to this chapter.                   (4) The department of labor and industries may revoke the license of any person who has repeatedly violated this chapter or the rules promulgated pursuant to this chapter, or who has twice had his or her license suspended under this chapter.             (5) The department of labor and industries shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department of labor and industries' receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.      (6) Upon receipt of notification by the department of labor and industries of revocation or suspension, a licensee must surrender immediately to the department any or all such licenses revoked or suspended.                Sec. 873. RCW 66.24.010 and 1995 c 232 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:  (1) Every license shall be issued in the name of the applicant, and the holder thereof shall not allow any other person to use the license.         (2) For the purpose of considering any application for a license, the board may cause an inspection of the premises to be made, and may inquire into all matters in connection with the construction and operation of the premises. For the purpose of reviewing any application for a license and for considering the denial, suspension or revocation of any license, the liquor control board may consider any prior criminal conduct of the applicant and the provisions of RCW 9.95.240 and of chapter 9.96A RCW shall not apply to such cases. The board may, in its discretion, grant or refuse the license applied for. Authority to approve an uncontested or unopposed license may be granted by the board to any staff member the board designates in writing. Conditions for granting such authority shall be adopted by rule. No retail license of any kind may be issued to:          (a) A person who has not resided in the state for at least one month prior to making application, except in cases of licenses issued to dining places on railroads, boats, or aircraft;    (b) A copartnership, unless all of the members thereof are qualified to obtain a license, as provided in this section;            (c) A person whose place of business is conducted by a manager or agent, unless such manager or agent possesses the same qualifications required of the licensee; or            (d) A corporation, unless it was created under the laws of the state of Washington or holds a certificate of authority to transact business in the state of Washington.              (3)(a) The board may, in its discretion, subject to the provisions of RCW 66.08.150, suspend or cancel any license; and all rights of the licensee to keep or sell liquor thereunder shall be suspended or terminated, as the case may be.          (b) The board shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the board's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.               (c) The board may request the appointment of administrative law judges under chapter 34.12 RCW who shall have power to administer oaths, issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses and the production of papers, books, accounts, documents, and testimony, examine witnesses, and to receive testimony in any inquiry, investigation, hearing, or proceeding in any part of the state, under such rules and regulations as the board may adopt.                  (d) Witnesses shall be allowed fees and mileage each way to and from any such inquiry, investigation, hearing, or proceeding at the rate authorized by RCW 34.05.446, as now or hereafter amended. Fees need not be paid in advance of appearance of witnesses to testify or to produce books, records, or other legal evidence.            (e) In case of disobedience of any person to comply with the order of the board or a subpoena issued by the board, or any of its members, or administrative law judges, or on the refusal of a witness to testify to any matter regarding which he or she may be lawfully interrogated, the judge of the superior court of the county in which the person resides, on application of any member of the board or administrative law judge, shall compel obedience by contempt proceedings, as in the case of disobedience of the requirements of a subpoena issued from said court or a refusal to testify therein.    (4) Upon receipt of notice of the suspension or cancellation of a license, the licensee shall forthwith deliver up the license to the board. Where the license has been suspended only, the board shall return the license to the licensee at the expiration or termination of the period of suspension. The board shall notify all vendors in the city or place where the licensee has its premises of the suspension or cancellation of the license; and no employee may allow or cause any liquor to be delivered to or for any person at the premises of that licensee.    (5)(a) At the time of the original issuance of a class H license, the board shall prorate the license fee charged to the new licensee according to the number of calendar quarters, or portion thereof, remaining until the first renewal of that license is required.      (b) Unless sooner canceled, every license issued by the board shall expire at midnight of the thirtieth day of June of the fiscal year for which it was issued. However, if the board deems it feasible and desirable to do so, it may establish, by rule pursuant to chapter 34.05 RCW, a system for staggering the annual renewal dates for any and all licenses authorized by this chapter. If such a system of staggered annual renewal dates is established by the board, the license fees provided by this chapter shall be appropriately prorated during the first year that the system is in effect.                 (6) Every license issued under this section shall be subject to all conditions and restrictions imposed by this title or by the regulations in force from time to time. All conditions and restrictions imposed by the board in the issuance of an individual license shall be listed on the face of the individual license along with the trade name, address, and expiration date.           (7) Every licensee shall post and keep posted its license, or licenses, in a conspicuous place on the premises.        (8) Before the board shall issue a license to an applicant it shall give notice of such application to the chief executive officer of the incorporated city or town, if the application be for a license within an incorporated city or town, or to the county legislative authority, if the application be for a license outside the boundaries of incorporated cities or towns; and such incorporated city or town, through the official or employee selected by it, or the county legislative authority or the official or employee selected by it, shall have the right to file with the board within twenty days after date of transmittal of such notice, written objections against the applicant or against the premises for which the license is asked, and shall include with such objections a statement of all facts upon which such objections are based, and in case written objections are filed, may request and the liquor control board may in its discretion hold a formal hearing subject to the applicable provisions of Title 34 RCW. Upon the granting of a license under this title the board shall send a duplicate of the license or written notification to the chief executive officer of the incorporated city or town in which the license is granted, or to the county legislative authority if the license is granted outside the boundaries of incorporated cities or towns.              (9) Before the board issues any license to any applicant, it shall give (a) due consideration to the location of the business to be conducted under such license with respect to the proximity of churches, schools, and public institutions and (b) written notice by certified mail of the application to churches, schools, and public institutions within five hundred feet of the premises to be licensed. The board shall issue no beer retailer license class A, B, D, or E or wine retailer license class C or F or class H license covering any premises not now licensed, if such premises are within five hundred feet of the premises of any tax-supported public elementary or secondary school measured along the most direct route over or across established public walks, streets, or other public passageway from the outer property line of the school grounds to the nearest public entrance of the premises proposed for license, and if, after receipt by the school or public institution of the notice as provided in this subsection, the board receives written notice, within twenty days after posting such notice, from an official representative or representatives of the school within five hundred feet of said proposed licensed premises, indicating to the board that there is an objection to the issuance of such license because of proximity to a school. For the purpose of this section, church shall mean a building erected for and used exclusively for religious worship and schooling or other activity in connection therewith. No liquor license may be issued or reissued by the board to any motor sports facility or licensee operating within the motor sports facility unless the motor sports facility enforces a program reasonably calculated to prevent alcohol or alcoholic beverages not purchased within the facility from entering the facility and such program is approved by local law enforcement agencies. It is the intent under this subsection that a retail license shall not be issued by the board where doing so would, in the judgment of the board, adversely affect a private school meeting the requirements for private schools under Title 28A RCW, which school is within five hundred feet of the proposed licensee. The board shall fully consider and give substantial weight to objections filed by private schools. If a license is issued despite the proximity of a private school, the board shall state in a letter addressed to the private school the board's reasons for issuing the license.  (10) The restrictions set forth in subsection (9) of this section shall not prohibit the board from authorizing the assumption of existing licenses now located within the restricted area by other persons or licenses or relocations of existing licensed premises within the restricted area. In no case may the licensed premises be moved closer to a church or school than it was before the assumption or relocation.          (11) Nothing in this section prohibits the board, in its discretion, from issuing a temporary retail or wholesaler license to an applicant assuming an existing retail or wholesaler license to continue the operation of the retail or wholesaler premises during the period the application for the license is pending and when the following conditions exist:          (a) The licensed premises has been operated under a retail or wholesaler license within ninety days of the date of filing the application for a temporary license;        (b) The retail or wholesaler license for the premises has been surrendered pursuant to issuance of a temporary operating license;         (c) The applicant for the temporary license has filed with the board an application to assume the retail or wholesaler license at such premises to himself or herself; and          (d) The application for a temporary license is accompanied by a temporary license fee established by the board by rule.         A temporary license issued by the board under this section shall be for a period not to exceed sixty days. A temporary license may be extended at the discretion of the board for an additional sixty-day period upon payment of an additional fee and upon compliance with all conditions required in this section.      Refusal by the board to issue or extend a temporary license shall not entitle the applicant to request a hearing. A temporary license may be canceled or suspended summarily at any time if the board determines that good cause for cancellation or suspension exists. RCW 66.08.130 and chapter 34.05 RCW shall apply to temporary licenses.          Application for a temporary license shall be on such form as the board shall prescribe. If an application for a temporary license is withdrawn before issuance or is refused by the board, the fee which accompanied such application shall be refunded in full.             Sec. 874. RCW 43.63B.040 and 1994 c 284 s 19 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) The department shall issue a certificate of manufactured home installation to an applicant who has taken the training course, passed the examination, paid the fees, and in all other respects ((meet[s])) meets the qualifications. The certificate shall bear the date of issuance, a certification identification number, and is renewable every three years upon application and completion of a continuing education program as determined by the department. A renewal fee shall be assessed for each certificate. If a person fails to renew a certificate by the renewal date, the person must retake the examination and pay the examination fee.         (2) The certificate of manufactured home installation provided for in this chapter grants the holder the right to engage in manufactured home installation throughout the state, without any other installer certification.       (3) The department shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.                Sec. 875. RCW 70.95D.040 and 1989 c 431 s 68 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) The department shall establish a process to certify incinerator and landfill operators. To the greatest extent possible, the department shall rely on the certification standards and procedures developed by national organizations and the federal government.        (2) Operators shall be certified if they:        (a) Attend the required training sessions;               (b) Successfully complete required examinations; and      (c) Pay the prescribed fee.      (3) By January 1, 1991, the department shall adopt rules to require incinerator and appropriate landfill operators to:       (a) Attend a training session concerning the operation of the relevant type of landfill or incinerator;              (b) Demonstrate sufficient skill and competency for proper operation of the incinerator or landfill by successfully completing an examination prepared by the department; and (c) Renew the certificate of competency at reasonable intervals established by the department.      (4) The department shall provide for the collection of fees for the issuance and renewal of certificates. These fees shall be sufficient to recover the costs of the certification program.   (5) The department shall establish an appeals process for the denial or revocation of a certificate.       (6) The department shall establish a process to automatically certify operators who have received comparable certification from another state, the federal government, a local government, or a professional association.   (7) Upon July 23, 1989, and prior to January 1, 1992, the owner or operator of an incinerator or landfill may apply to the department for interim certification. Operators shall receive interim certification if they:      (a) Have received training provided by a recognized national organization, educational institution, or the federal government that is acceptable to the department; or   (b) Have received individualized training in a manner approved by the department; and      (c) Have successfully completed any required examinations.          (8) No interim certification shall be valid after January 1, 1992, and interim certification shall not automatically qualify operators for certification pursuant to subsections (2) through (4) of this section.     (9) The department shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 876. A new section is added to chapter 70.95B RCW to read as follows:       The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.         Sec. 877. RCW 17.21.130 and 1994 c 283 s 15 are each amended to read as follows:          Any license, permit, or certification provided for in this chapter may be revoked or suspended, and any license, permit, or certification application may be denied by the director for cause. If the director suspends a license under this chapter with respect to activity of a continuing nature under chapter 34.05 RCW, the director may elect to suspend the license for a subsequent license year during a period that coincides with the period commencing thirty days before and ending thirty days after the date of the incident or incidents giving rise to the violation.   The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.               Sec. 878. RCW 64.44.060 and 1990 c 213 s 7 are each amended to read as follows:          (1) After January 1, 1991, a contractor may not perform decontamination, demolition, or disposal work unless issued a certificate by the state department of health. The department shall establish performance standards for contractors by rule in accordance with chapter 34.05 RCW, the administrative procedure act. The department shall train and test, or may approve courses to train and test, contractors and their employees on the essential elements in assessing property used as an illegal drug manufacturing or storage site to determine hazard reduction measures needed, techniques for adequately reducing contaminants, use of personal protective equipment, methods for proper demolition, removal, and disposal of contaminated property, and relevant federal and state regulations. Upon successful completion of the training, the contractor or employee shall be certified.                 (2) The department may require the successful completion of annual refresher courses provided or approved by the department for the continued certification of the contractor or employee.         (3) The department shall provide for reciprocal certification of any individual trained to engage in decontamination, demolition, or disposal work in another state when the prior training is shown to be substantially similar to the training required by the department. The department may require such individuals to take an examination or refresher course before certification.   (4) The department may deny, suspend, or revoke a certificate for failure to comply with the requirements of this chapter or any rule adopted pursuant to this chapter. A certificate may be denied, suspended, or revoked on any of the following grounds:  (a) Failing to perform decontamination, demolition, or disposal work under the supervision of trained personnel;          (b) Failing to file a work plan;           (c) Failing to perform work pursuant to the work plan;          (d) Failing to perform work that meets the requirements of the department; ((or))   (e) The certificate was obtained by error, misrepresentation, or fraud; or      (f) If the person has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.     (5) A contractor who violates any provision of this chapter may be assessed a fine not to exceed five hundred dollars for each violation.      (6) The department of health shall prescribe fees as provided for in RCW 43.70.250 for the issuance and renewal of certificates, the administration of examinations, and for the review of training courses.            (7) The decontamination account is hereby established in the state treasury. All fees collected under this chapter shall be deposited in this account. Moneys in the account may only be spent after appropriation for costs incurred by the department in the administration and enforcement of this chapter.                 Sec. 879. RCW 19.146.220 and 1996 c 103 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:              (1) The director shall enforce all laws and rules relating to the licensing of mortgage brokers, grant or deny licenses to mortgage brokers, and hold hearings.           (2) The director may impose the following sanctions:           (a) Deny applications for licenses for: (i) Violations of orders, including cease and desist orders issued under this chapter; or (ii) any violation of RCW 19.146.050 or 19.146.0201 (1) through (9);        (b) Suspend or revoke licenses for:   (i) False statements or omission of material information on the application that, if known, would have allowed the director to deny the application for the original license;        (ii) Failure to pay a fee required by the director or maintain the required bond;         (iii) Failure to comply with any directive or order of the director; or     (iv) Any violation of RCW 19.146.050, 19.146.0201 (1) through (9) or (13), 19.146.205(3), or 19.146.265;             (c) Impose fines on the licensee, employee or loan originator of the licensee, or other person subject to this chapter for:     (i) Any violations of RCW 19.146.0201 (1) through (9) or (13), 19.146.030 through 19.146.090, 19.146.200, 19.146.205(3), or 19.146.265; or           (ii) Failure to comply with any directive or order of the director;      (d) Issue orders directing a licensee, its employee or loan originator, or other person subject to this chapter to:                  (i) Cease and desist from conducting business in a manner that is injurious to the public or violates any provision of this chapter; or      (ii) Pay restitution to an injured borrower; or      (e) Issue orders removing from office or prohibiting from participation in the conduct of the affairs of a licensed mortgage broker, or both, any officer, principal, employee, or loan originator of any licensed mortgage broker or any person subject to licensing under this chapter for:   (i) Any violation of 19.146.0201 (1) through (9) or (13), 19.146.030 through 19.146.090, 19.146.200, 19.146.205(3), or 19.146.265; or           (ii) False statements or omission of material information on the application that, if known, would have allowed the director to deny the application for the original license;               (iii) Conviction of a gross misdemeanor involving dishonesty or financial misconduct or a felony after obtaining a license; or     (iv) Failure to comply with any directive or order of the director.         (3) Each day's continuance of a violation or failure to comply with any directive or order of the director is a separate and distinct violation or failure.      (4) The director shall establish by rule standards for licensure of applicants licensed in other jurisdictions. Every licensed mortgage broker that does not maintain a physical office within the state must maintain a registered agent within the state to receive service of any lawful process in any judicial or administrative noncriminal suit, action, or proceeding, against the licensed mortgage broker which arises under this chapter or any rule or order under this chapter, with the same force and validity as if served personally on the licensed mortgage broker. Service upon the registered agent shall be effective if the plaintiff, who may be the director in a suit, action, or proceeding instituted by him or her, sends notice of the service and a copy of the process by registered mail to the defendant or respondent at the last address of the respondent or defendant on file with the director. In any judicial action, suit, or proceeding arising under this chapter or any rule or order adopted under this chapter between the department or director and a licensed mortgage broker who does not maintain a physical office in this state, venue shall be exclusively in the superior court of Thurston county.              (5) The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.               NEW SECTION. Sec. 880. A new section is added to chapter 75.25 RCW to read as follows:        (1) Licenses issued pursuant to this chapter shall be invalid for any period in which a person is certified by the department of social and health services or a court of competent jurisdiction as a person in noncompliance with a support order or residential or visitation order. Fisheries patrol officers, ex officio fisheries patrol officers, and authorized fisheries employees shall enforce this section through checks of the department of licensing's computer data base. A listing on the department of licensing's data base that an individual's license is currently suspended pursuant to RCW 46.20.291(7) shall be prima facie evidence that the individual is in noncompliance with a support order or residential or visitation order. Presentation of a written release issued by the department of social and health services or a court stating that the person is in compliance with an order shall serve as prima facie proof of compliance with a support order, residential order, or visitation order.              (2) It is unlawful to purchase, obtain, or possess a license required by this chapter during any period in which a license is suspended.  NEW SECTION. Sec. 881. A new section is added to chapter 77.32 RCW to read as follows:          (1) Licenses, tags, and stamps issued pursuant to this chapter shall be invalid for any period in which a person is certified by the department of social and health services or a court of competent jurisdiction as a person in noncompliance with a support order or residential or visitation order. Wildlife agents and ex officio wildlife agents shall enforce this section through checks of the department of licensing's computer data base. A listing on the department of licensing's data base that an individual's license is currently suspended pursuant to RCW 46.20.291(7) shall be prima facie evidence that the individual is in noncompliance with a support order or residential or visitation order. Presentation of a written release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with an order shall serve as prima facie proof of compliance with a support order, residential order, or visitation order.        (2) It is unlawful to purchase, obtain, or possess a license required by this chapter during any period in which a license is suspended.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 882. A new section is added to chapter 75.28 RCW to read as follows:               (1) The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 402 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order or a residential or visitation order.         (2) A listing on the department of licensing's data base that an individual's license is currently suspended pursuant to RCW 46.20.291(7) shall be prima facie evidence that the individual is in noncompliance with a support order or residential or visitation order. Presentation of a written release issued by the department of social and health services or a court stating that the person is in compliance with an order shall serve as proof of compliance.                 Sec. 883. RCW 75.28.010 and 1993 c 340 s 2 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) Except as otherwise provided by this title, it is unlawful to engage in any of the following activities without a license or permit issued by the director:   (a) Commercially fish for or take food fish or shellfish;   (b) Deliver food fish or shellfish taken in offshore waters;      (c) Operate a charter boat or commercial fishing vessel engaged in a fishery;       (d) Engage in processing or wholesaling food fish or shellfish; or        (e) Act as a guide for salmon for personal use in freshwater rivers and streams, other than that part of the Columbia river below the bridge at Longview.                (2) No person may engage in the activities described in subsection (1) of this section unless the licenses or permits required by this title are in the person's possession, and the person is the named license holder or an alternate operator designated on the license and the person's license is not suspended.   (3) A valid Oregon license that is equivalent to a license under this title is valid in the concurrent waters of the Columbia river if the state of Oregon recognizes as valid the equivalent Washington license. The director may identify by rule what Oregon licenses are equivalent.                (4) No license or permit is required for the production or harvesting of private sector cultured aquatic products as defined in RCW 15.85.020 or for the delivery, processing, or wholesaling of such aquatic products. However, if a means of identifying such products is required by rules adopted under RCW 15.85.060, the exemption from licensing or permit requirements established by this subsection applies only if the aquatic products are identified in conformance with those rules.    NEW SECTION. Sec. 884. A new section is added to chapter 75.30 RCW to read as follows:              (1) A license renewed under the provisions of this chapter that has been suspended under section 882 of this act shall be subject to the following provisions:         (a) A license renewal fee shall be paid as a condition of maintaining a current license; and            (b) The department shall waive any other license requirements, unless the department determines that the license holder has had sufficient opportunity to meet these requirements.    (2) The provisions of subsection (1) of this section shall apply only to a license that has been suspended under section 882 of this act for a period of twelve months or less. A license holder shall forfeit a license subject to this chapter and may not recover any license renewal fees previously paid if the license holder does not meet the requirements of section 802(9) of this act within twelve months of license suspension.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 885. (1) The director of the department of fish and wildlife and the director of the department of information services shall jointly develop a comprehensive, state-wide implementation plan for the automated issuance, revocation, and general administration of hunting, fishing, and recreational licenses administered under the authority of the department of fish and wildlife to ensure compliance with the license suspension requirements in section 802 of this act.   (2) The plan shall detail the implementation steps necessary to effectuate the automated administration of hunting, fishing, and recreational licenses and shall include recommendations regarding all costs and equipment associated with the plan.        (3) The plan shall be submitted to the legislature for review by September 1, 1997.                NEW SECTION. Sec. 886. A new section is added to chapter 26.09 RCW to read as follows:               (1) Unless the context clearly requires otherwise, the definitions in this section apply in this section.      (a) "License" means a license, certificate, registration, permit, approval, or other similar document issued by a licensing entity evidencing admission to or granting authority to engage in a profession, occupation, business, or industry. "License" does not mean the tax registration or certification issued under Title 82 RCW by the department of revenue.                  (b) "Licensee" means any individual holding a license, certificate, registration, permit, approval, or other similar document issued by a licensing entity evidencing admission to or granting authority to engage in a profession, occupation, business, or industry.        (c) "Licensing entity" includes any department, board, commission, or other organization of the state authorized to issue, renew, suspend, or revoke a license authorizing an individual to engage in a business, occupation, profession, or industry, and the Washington state bar association.               (d) "Noncompliance with a residential or visitation order" means that a court has found the parent in contempt of court, under RCW 26.09.160 for failure to comply with a residential provision of a court-ordered parenting plan on two occasions within three years.     (e) "Residential or visitation order" means the residential schedule or visitation schedule contained in a court-ordered parenting plan.                 (2) If a court determines under RCW 26.09.160 that a parent is not in compliance with a provision of a residential or visitation order under RCW 26.09.160, the court shall enter an order directed to the department of social and health services to certify the parent as in noncompliance with a residential or visitation order. The order shall contain the noncomplying parent's name, address, and social security number, and shall indicate whether the obligor is believed to be a licensee of any licensing entity. The court clerk shall forward the order to the department of social and health services.              (3) Once the parent whose license is suspended has complied with the requirements of the court's order under RCW 26.09.160, or at an earlier date if the court deems it appropriate, the parent whose license is suspended may petition the court to set a review hearing to determine whether the noncomplying parent is in compliance with the residential or visitation order. If the court determines that the parent is in compliance with the residential or visitation order, the court shall enter an order directing the department of social and health services to issue a release to the parent and to the appropriate license entities.    Sec. 887. RCW 26.09.160 and 1991 c 367 s 4 are each amended to read as follows:            (1) The performance of parental functions and the duty to provide child support are distinct responsibilities in the care of a child. If a party fails to comply with a provision of a decree or temporary order of injunction, the obligation of the other party to make payments for support or maintenance or to permit contact with children is not suspended. An attempt by a parent, in either the negotiation or the performance of a parenting plan, to condition one aspect of the parenting plan upon another, to condition payment of child support upon an aspect of the parenting plan, to refuse to pay ordered child support, to refuse to perform the duties provided in the parenting plan, or to hinder the performance by the other parent of duties provided in the parenting plan, shall be deemed bad faith and shall be punished by the court by holding the party in contempt of court and by awarding to the aggrieved party reasonable attorneys' fees and costs incidental in bringing a motion for contempt of court.          (2)(a) A motion may be filed to initiate a contempt action to coerce a parent to comply with an order establishing residential provisions for a child. If the court finds there is reasonable cause to believe the parent has not complied with the order, the court may issue an order to show cause why the relief requested should not be granted.      (b) If, based on all the facts and circumstances, the court finds after hearing that the parent, in bad faith, has not complied with the order establishing residential provisions for the child, the court shall find the parent in contempt of court. Upon a finding of contempt, the court shall order:                 (i) The noncomplying parent to provide the moving party additional time with the child. The additional time shall be equal to the time missed with the child, due to the parent's noncompliance;         (ii) The parent to pay, to the moving party, all court costs and reasonable attorneys' fees incurred as a result of the noncompliance, and any reasonable expenses incurred in locating or returning a child; and      (iii) The parent to pay, to the moving party, a civil penalty, not less than the sum of one hundred dollars.           The court may also order the parent to be imprisoned in the county jail, if the parent is presently able to comply with the provisions of the court-ordered parenting plan and is presently unwilling to comply. The parent may be imprisoned until he or she agrees to comply with the order, but in no event for more than one hundred eighty days.              (3) On a second failure within three years to comply with a residential provision of a court-ordered parenting plan, a motion may be filed to initiate contempt of court proceedings according to the procedure set forth in subsection (2) (a) and (b) of this section. On a finding of contempt under this subsection, the court shall ((order)) enter any combination of the following orders:      (a) Order the noncomplying parent to provide the other parent or party additional time with the child. The additional time shall be twice the amount of the time missed with the child, due to the parent's noncompliance;      (b) Order the noncomplying parent to pay, to the other parent or party, all court costs and reasonable attorneys' fees incurred as a result of the noncompliance, and any reasonable expenses incurred in locating or returning a child; ((and))         (c) Order the noncomplying parent to pay, to the moving party, a civil penalty of not less than two hundred fifty dollars; or                (d) Enter an order under section 886 of this act directed to the department of social and health services to certify the parent as in noncompliance for the purposes of section 802 of this act.      The court may also order the parent to be imprisoned in the county jail, if the parent is presently able to comply with the provisions of the court-ordered parenting plan and is presently unwilling to comply. The parent may be imprisoned until he or she agrees to comply with the order but in no event for more than one hundred eighty days.      (4) For purposes of subsections (1), (2), and (3) of this section, the parent shall be deemed to have the present ability to comply with the order establishing residential provisions unless he or she establishes otherwise by a preponderance of the evidence. The parent shall establish a reasonable excuse for failure to comply with the residential provision of a court-ordered parenting plan by a preponderance of the evidence.      (5) Any monetary award ordered under subsections (1), (2), and (3) of this section may be enforced, by the party to whom it is awarded, in the same manner as a civil judgment.       (6) Subsections (1), (2), and (3) of this section authorize the exercise of the court's power to impose remedial sanctions for contempt of court and is in addition to any other contempt power the court may possess.      (7) Upon motion for contempt of court under subsections (1) through (3) of this section, if the court finds the motion was brought without reasonable basis, the court shall order the moving party to pay to the nonmoving party, all costs, reasonable attorneys' fees, and a civil penalty of not less than one hundred dollars.               Sec. 888. RCW 26.23.050 and 1994 c 230 s 9 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) If the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support is providing support enforcement services under RCW 26.23.045, or if a party is applying for support enforcement services by signing the application form on the bottom of the support order, the superior court shall include in all court orders that establish or modify a support obligation:      (a) A provision that orders and directs the responsible parent to make all support payments to the Washington state support registry;                (b) A statement that ((a notice of payroll deduction may be issued, or other income withholding action under chapter 26.18 or 74.20A RCW may be taken)) withholding action may be taken against wages, earnings, assets, or benefits, and liens enforced against real and personal property under the child support statutes of this or any other state, without further notice to the responsible parent at any time after entry of the court order, unless:            (i) One of the parties demonstrates, and the court finds, that there is good cause not to require immediate income withholding and that withholding should be delayed until a payment is past due; or      (ii) The parties reach a written agreement that is approved by the court that provides for an alternate arrangement; ((and))      (c) A statement that the receiving parent might be required to submit an accounting of how the support is being spent to benefit the child; and                     (d) A statement that the responsible parent's privileges to obtain and maintain a license, as defined in section 802 of this act, may not be renewed, or may be suspended if the parent is not in compliance with a support order as provided in section 802 of this act.      As used in this subsection and subsection (3) of this section, "good cause not to require immediate income withholding" means a written determination of why implementing immediate wage withholding would not be in the child's best interests and, in modification cases, proof of timely payment of previously ordered support.        (2) In all other cases not under subsection (1) of this section, the court may order the responsible parent to make payments directly to the person entitled to receive the payments, to the Washington state support registry, or may order that payments be made in accordance with an alternate arrangement agreed upon by the parties.      (a) The superior court shall include in all orders under this subsection that establish or modify a support obligation:             (i) A statement that ((a notice of payroll deduction may be issued or other income)) withholding action ((under chapter 26.18 or 74.20A RCW)) may be taken against wages, earnings, assets, or benefits, and liens enforced against real and personal property under the child support statutes of this or any other state, without further notice to the responsible parent at any time after entry of the court order, unless:            (A) One of the parties demonstrates, and the court finds, that there is good cause not to require immediate income withholding and that withholding should be delayed until a payment is past due; or      (B) The parties reach a written agreement that is approved by the court that provides for an alternate arrangement; and     (ii) A statement that the receiving parent may be required to submit an accounting of how the support is being spent to benefit the child.         As used in this subsection, "good cause not to require immediate income withholding" is any reason that the court finds appropriate.             (b) The superior court may order immediate or delayed income withholding as follows:      (i) Immediate income withholding may be ordered if the responsible parent has earnings. If immediate income withholding is ordered under this subsection, all support payments shall be paid to the Washington state support registry. The superior court shall issue a mandatory wage assignment order as set forth in chapter 26.18 RCW when the support order is signed by the court. The parent entitled to receive the transfer payment is responsible for serving the employer with the order and for its enforcement as set forth in chapter 26.18 RCW.      (ii) If immediate income withholding is not ordered, the court shall require that income withholding be delayed until a payment is past due. The support order shall contain a statement that ((a notice of payroll deduction may be issued, or other income-withholding action under chapter 26.18 or 74.20A RCW may be taken)) withholding action may be taken against wages, earnings, assets, or benefits, and liens enforced against real and personal property under the child support statutes of this or any other state, without further notice to the responsible parent, after a payment is past due.               (c) If a mandatory wage withholding order under chapter 26.18 RCW is issued under this subsection and the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support provides support enforcement services under RCW 26.23.045, the existing wage withholding assignment is prospectively superseded upon the ((office of support enforcement's)) division of child support's subsequent service of an income withholding notice.               (3) The office of administrative hearings and the department of social and health services shall require that all support obligations established as administrative orders include a provision which orders and directs that the responsible parent shall make all support payments to the Washington state support registry. All administrative orders shall also state that the responsible parent's privileges to obtain and maintain a license, as defined in section 802 of this act, may not be renewed, or may be suspended if the parent is not in compliance with a support order as provided in section 802 of this act. All administrative orders shall also state that ((a notice of payroll deduction may be issued, or other income withholding action taken)) withholding action may be taken against wages, earnings, assets, or benefits, and liens enforced against real and personal property under the child support statutes of this or any other state without further notice to the responsible parent at any time after entry of the order, unless:     (a) One of the parties demonstrates, and the presiding officer finds, that there is good cause not to require immediate income withholding; or          (b) The parties reach a written agreement that is approved by the presiding officer that provides for an alternate agreement.      (4) If the support order does not include the provision ordering and directing that all payments be made to the Washington state support registry and a statement that ((a notice of payroll deduction may be issued)) withholding action may be taken against wages, earnings, assets, or benefits if a support payment is past due or at any time after the entry of the order, or that a parent's licensing privileges may not be renewed, or may be suspended, the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support may serve a notice on the responsible parent stating such requirements and authorizations. Service may be by personal service or any form of mail requiring a return receipt.         (5) Every support order shall state:         (a) The address where the support payment is to be sent;       (b) That ((a notice of payroll deduction may be issued or other income withholding action under chapter 26.18 or 74.20A RCW may be taken)) withholding action may be taken against wages, earnings, assets, or benefits, and liens enforced against real and personal property under the child support statutes of this or any other state, without further notice to the responsible parent at any time after entry of ((an order by the court)) a support order, unless:             (i) One of the parties demonstrates, and the court finds, that there is good cause not to require immediate income withholding; or         (ii) The parties reach a written agreement that is approved by the court that provides for an alternate arrangement;              (c) The income of the parties, if known, or that their income is unknown and the income upon which the support award is based;                 (d) The support award as a sum certain amount;    (e) The specific day or date on which the support payment is due;                (f) The social security number, residence address, date of birth, telephone number, driver's license number, and name and address of the employer of the responsible parent;       (g) The social security number and residence address of the physical custodian except as provided in subsection (6) of this section;                (h) The names, dates of birth, and social security numbers, if any, of the dependent children;             (i) ((In cases requiring payment to the Washington state support registry, that the parties are to notify the Washington state support registry of any change in residence address. The responsible parent shall notify the registry of the name and address of his or her current employer,)) A provision requiring the responsible parent to keep the Washington state support registry informed of whether he or she has access to health insurance coverage at reasonable cost and, if so, the health insurance policy information;           (j) That any parent owing a duty of child support shall be obligated to provide health insurance coverage for his or her child if coverage that can be extended to cover the child is or becomes available to that parent through employment or is union-related as provided under RCW 26.09.105;          (k) That if proof of health insurance coverage or proof that the coverage is unavailable is not provided within twenty days, the obligee or the department may seek direct enforcement of the coverage through the obligor's employer or union without further notice to the obligor as provided under chapter 26.18 RCW; ((and))     (l) The reasons for not ordering health insurance coverage if the order fails to require such coverage; and     (m) That the responsible parent's privileges to obtain and maintain a license, as defined in section 802 of this act, may not be renewed, or may be suspended if the parent is not in compliance with a support order as provided in section 802 of this act.     (6) The physical custodian's address:      (a) Shall be omitted from an order entered under the administrative procedure act. When the physical custodian's address is omitted from an order, the order shall state that the custodian's address is known to the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support.      (b) A responsible parent may request the physical custodian's residence address by submission of a request for disclosure under RCW 26.23.120 to the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support.              (7) ((The superior court clerk, the office of administrative hearings, and the department of social and health services shall, within five days of entry, forward to the Washington state support registry, a true and correct copy of all superior court orders or administrative orders establishing or modifying a support obligation which provide that support payments shall be made to the support registry. If a superior court order entered prior to January 1, 1988, directs the responsible parent to make support payments to the clerk, the clerk shall send a true and correct copy of the support order and the payment record to the registry for enforcement action when the clerk identifies that a payment is more than fifteen days past due. The office of support enforcement shall reimburse the clerk for the reasonable costs of copying and sending copies of court orders to the registry at the reimbursement rate provided in Title IV-D of the social security act.         (8) Receipt of a support order by the registry or other action under this section on behalf of a person or persons who have not made a written application for support enforcement services to the office of support enforcement and who are not recipients of public assistance is deemed to be a request for payment services only.   (9))) After the responsible parent has been ordered or notified to make payments to the Washington state support registry under this section, the responsible parent shall be fully responsible for making all payments to the Washington state support registry and shall be subject to payroll deduction or other income-withholding action. The responsible parent shall not be entitled to credit against a support obligation for any payments made to a person or agency other than to the Washington state support registry except as provided under RCW 74.20.101. A civil action may be brought by the payor to recover payments made to persons or agencies who have received and retained support moneys paid contrary to the provisions of this section.      Sec. 889. RCW 26.18.100 and 1994 c 230 s 4 are each amended to read as follows:           The wage assignment order shall be substantially in the following form:

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THESTATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THECOUNTY OF . . . . . . . . .

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      Obligee                                                                   No. . . . .                vs.. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,                     WAGE ASSIGNMENT         Obligor                                                                   ORDER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,      Employer

THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

                                                                                                                      Employer

AND TO:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 

                                                                                                Obligor

      The above-named obligee claims that the above-named obligor is subject to a support order requiring immediate income withholding or is more than fifteen days past due in either child support or spousal maintenance payments, or both, in an amount equal to or greater than the child support or spousal maintenance payable for one month. The amount of the accrued child support or spousal maintenance debt as of this date is . . . . . . dollars, the amount of arrearage payments specified in the support or spousal maintenance order (if applicable) is . . . . . . dollars per . . . . . ., and the amount of the current and continuing support or spousal maintenance obligation under the order is . . . . . . dollars per . . . . . .

      You are hereby commanded to answer this order by filling in the attached form according to the instructions, and you must mail or deliver the original of the answer to the court, one copy to the Washington state support registry, one copy to the obligee or obligee's attorney, and one copy to the obligor within twenty days after service of this wage assignment order upon you.   If you possess any earnings or other remuneration for employment due and owing to the obligor, then you shall do as follows:               (1) Withhold from the obligor's earnings or remuneration each month, or from each regular earnings disbursement, the lesser of:       (a) The sum of the accrued support or spousal maintenance debt and the current support or spousal maintenance obligation;                (b) The sum of the specified arrearage payment amount and the current support or spousal maintenance obligation; or          (c) Fifty percent of the disposable earnings or remuneration of the obligor.          (2) The total amount withheld above is subject to the wage assignment order, and all other sums may be disbursed to the obligor.            (3) Upon receipt of this wage assignment order you shall make immediate deductions from the obligor's earnings or remuneration and remit to the Washington state support registry or other address specified below the proper amounts at each regular pay interval.         You shall continue to withhold the ordered amounts from nonexempt earnings or remuneration of the obligor until notified by:   (a) The court that the wage assignment has been modified or terminated; or           (b) The addressee specified in the wage assignment order under this section that the accrued child support or spousal maintenance debt has been paid.   You shall promptly notify the court and the addressee specified in the wage assignment order under this section if and when the employee is no longer employed by you, or if the obligor no longer receives earnings or remuneration from you. If you no longer employ the employee, the wage assignment order shall remain in effect for one year after the employee has left your employment or you are no longer in possession of any earnings or remuneration owed to the employee, whichever is later. You shall continue to hold the wage assignment order during that period. If the employee returns to your employment during the one-year period you shall immediately begin to withhold the employee's earnings according to the terms of the wage assignment order. If the employee has not returned to your employment within one year, the wage assignment will cease to have effect at the expiration of the one-year period, unless you still owe the employee earnings or other remuneration.    You shall deliver the withheld earnings or remuneration to the Washington state support registry or other address stated below at each regular pay interval.        You shall deliver a copy of this order to the obligor as soon as is reasonably possible. This wage assignment order has priority over any other wage assignment or garnishment, except for another wage assignment or garnishment for child support or spousal maintenance, or order to withhold or deliver under chapter 74.20A RCW.

WHETHER OR NOT YOU OWE ANYTHING TO THE OBLIGOR, YOUR FAILURE TO ANSWER AS REQUIRED MAY MAKE YOU LIABLE FOR OBLIGOR'S CLAIMED SUPPORT OR SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE DEBT TO THE OBLIGEE OR SUBJECT TO CONTEMPT OF COURT.


      NOTICE TO OBLIGOR: YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO REQUEST A HEARING IN THE SUPERIOR COURT THAT ISSUED THIS WAGE ASSIGNMENT ORDER, TO REQUEST THAT THE COURT QUASH, MODIFY, OR TERMINATE THE WAGE ASSIGNMENT ORDER. REGARDLESS OF THE FACT THAT YOUR WAGES ARE BEING WITHHELD PURSUANT TO THIS ORDER, YOU MAY HAVE SUSPENDED OR NOT RENEWED A PROFESSIONAL, DRIVER'S, OR OTHER LICENSE IF YOU ACCRUE CHILD SUPPORT ARREARAGES TOTALING MORE THAN SIX MONTHS OF CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS OR FAIL TO MAKE PAYMENTS TOWARDS A SUPPORT ARREARAGE IN AN AMOUNT THAT EXCEEDS SIX MONTHS OF PAYMENTS.


      DATED THIS . . . . day of . . . ., 19. . .


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Obligee,                                                                                         Judge/Court Commissioneror obligee's attorneySend withheld payments to:

      Sec. 890. RCW 26.23.060 and 1994 c 230 s 10 are each amended to read as follows:         (1) The ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support may issue a notice of payroll deduction:            (a) As authorized by a support order that contains ((the income withholding notice provisions in RCW 26.23.050 or a substantially similar notice)) a notice clearly stating that child support may be collected by withholding from earnings, wages, or benefits without further notice to the obligated parent; or    (b) After service of a notice containing an income-withholding provision under this chapter or chapter 74.20A RCW.             (2) The ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support shall serve a notice of payroll deduction upon a responsible parent's employer or upon the employment security department for the state in possession of or owing any benefits from the unemployment compensation fund to the responsible parent pursuant to Title 50 RCW ((by personal service or by any form of mail requiring a return receipt)):           (a) In the manner prescribed for the service of a summons in a civil action;                (b) By certified mail, return receipt requested; or              (c) By electronic means if there is an agreement between the secretary and the person, firm, corporation, association, political subdivision, department of the state, or agency, subdivision, or instrumentality of the United States to accept service by electronic means.    (3) Service of a notice of payroll deduction upon an employer or employment security department requires the employer or employment security department to immediately make a mandatory payroll deduction from the responsible parent's unpaid disposable earnings or unemployment compensation benefits. The employer or employment security department shall thereafter deduct each pay period the amount stated in the notice divided by the number of pay periods per month. The payroll deduction each pay period shall not exceed fifty percent of the responsible parent's disposable earnings.             (4) A notice of payroll deduction for support shall have priority over any wage assignment, garnishment, attachment, or other legal process.                  (5) The notice of payroll deduction shall be in writing and include:      (a) The name and social security number of the responsible parent;      (b) The amount to be deducted from the responsible parent's disposable earnings each month, or alternate amounts and frequencies as may be necessary to facilitate processing of the payroll deduction;         (c) A statement that the total amount withheld shall not exceed fifty percent of the responsible parent's disposable earnings; ((and))            (d) The address to which the payments are to be mailed or delivered; and            (e) A notice to the responsible parent warning the responsible parent that, despite the payroll deduction, the responsible parent's privileges to obtain and maintain a license, as defined in section 802 of this act, may not be renewed, or may be suspended if the parent is not in compliance with a support order as defined in section 802 of this act.   (6) An informational copy of the notice of payroll deduction shall be mailed to the last known address of the responsible parent by regular mail.  (7) An employer or employment security department that receives a notice of payroll deduction shall make immediate deductions from the responsible parent's unpaid disposable earnings and remit proper amounts to the Washington state support registry on each date the responsible parent is due to be paid.                (8) An employer, or the employment security department, upon whom a notice of payroll deduction is served, shall make an answer to the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support within twenty days after the date of service. The answer shall confirm compliance and institution of the payroll deduction or explain the circumstances if no payroll deduction is in effect. The answer shall also state whether the responsible parent is employed by or receives earnings from the employer or receives unemployment compensation benefits from the employment security department, whether the employer or employment security department anticipates paying earnings or unemployment compensation benefits and the amount of earnings. If the responsible parent is no longer employed, or receiving earnings from the employer, the answer shall state the present employer's name and address, if known. If the responsible parent is no longer receiving unemployment compensation benefits from the employment security department, the answer shall state the present employer's name and address, if known.      (9) The employer or employment security department may deduct a processing fee from the remainder of the responsible parent's earnings after withholding under the notice of payroll deduction, even if the remainder is exempt under RCW 26.18.090. The processing fee may not exceed: (a) Ten dollars for the first disbursement made to the Washington state support registry; and (b) one dollar for each subsequent disbursement to the registry.           (10) The notice of payroll deduction shall remain in effect until released by the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support, the court enters an order terminating the notice and approving an alternate arrangement under RCW 26.23.050(((2))), or one year has expired since the employer has employed the responsible parent or has been in possession of or owing any earnings to the responsible parent or the employment security department has been in possession of or owing any unemployment compensation benefits to the responsible parent.          (11) The division of child support may use uniform interstate withholding forms adopted by the United States department of health and human services to take withholding actions under this section when the responsible parent is receiving earnings or unemployment compensation in another state.

B. CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT

      Sec. 891. RCW 74.20.040 and 1989 c 360 s 12 are each amended to read as follows:         (1) Whenever the department ((of social and health services)) receives an application for public assistance on behalf of a child, the department shall take appropriate action under the provisions of this chapter, chapter 74.20A RCW, or other appropriate statutes of this state to establish or enforce support obligations against the parent or other persons owing a duty to pay support moneys.                 (2) The secretary may accept a request for support enforcement services on behalf of persons who are not recipients of public assistance and may take appropriate action to establish or enforce support obligations against the parent or other persons owing a duty to pay moneys. Requests accepted under this subsection may be conditioned upon the payment of a fee as required through regulation issued by the secretary. ((Action may be taken under the provisions of chapter 74.20 RCW, the abandonment or nonsupport statutes, or other appropriate statutes of this state, including but not limited to remedies established in chapter 74.20A RCW, to establish and enforce said support obligations.)) The secretary may establish by regulation, reasonable standards and qualifications for support enforcement services under this subsection.        (3) The secretary may accept requests for support enforcement services from child support enforcement agencies in other states operating child support programs under Title IV-D of the social security act or from foreign countries, and may take appropriate action to establish and enforce support obligations, or to enforce subpoenas, information requests, orders for genetic testing, and collection actions issued by the other agency against the parent or other person owing a duty to pay support moneys, the parent or other person's employer, or any other person or entity properly subject to child support collection or information-gathering processes. The request shall contain and be accompanied by such information and documentation as the secretary may by rule require, and be signed by an authorized representative of the agency. The secretary may adopt rules setting forth the duration and nature of services provided under this subsection.    (4) The department may take action to establish, enforce, and collect a support obligation, including performing related services, under this chapter and chapter 74.20A RCW, or through the attorney general or prosecuting attorney for action under chapter 26.09, 26.18, 26.20, 26.21, or 26.26 RCW or other appropriate statutes or the common law of this state.             (5) Whenever a support order is filed with the Washington state support registry under chapter 26.23 RCW, the department may take appropriate action under the provisions of this chapter, chapter 26.23 or 74.20A RCW, or other appropriate law of this state to establish or enforce the support obligations contained in that order against the responsible parent or other persons owing a duty to pay support moneys.        (6) The secretary may charge and collect a fee from the person obligated to pay support to compensate the department for services rendered in establishment of or enforcement of support obligations. This fee shall be limited to not more than ten percent of any support money collected as a result of action taken by the secretary. The fee charged shall be in addition to the support obligation. In no event may any moneys collected by the department ((of social and health services)) from the person obligated to pay support be retained as satisfaction of fees charged until all current support obligations have been satisfied. The secretary shall by regulation establish reasonable fees for support enforcement services and said schedule of fees shall be made available to any person obligated to pay support. The secretary may, on showing of necessity, waive or defer any such fee.   (7) Fees, due and owing, may be collected as delinquent support moneys utilizing any of the remedies in chapter 74.20 RCW, chapter 74.20A RCW, chapter 26.21 RCW, or any other remedy at law or equity available to the department or any agencies with whom it has a cooperative or contractual arrangement to establish, enforce, or collect support moneys or support obligations.                  (8) The secretary may waive the fee, or any portion thereof, as a part of a compromise of disputed claims or may grant partial or total charge off of said fee if the secretary finds there are no available, practical, or lawful means by which said fee may be collected or to facilitate payment of the amount of delinquent support moneys owed.                 (9) The secretary shall adopt rules conforming to federal laws, rules, and regulations required to be observed in maintaining the state child support enforcement program required under Title IV-D of the federal social security act. The adoption of these rules shall be calculated to promote the cost-effective use of the agency's resources and not otherwise cause the agency to divert its resources from its essential functions.           NEW SECTION. Sec. 892. A new section is added to chapter 74.20A RCW to read as follows:                  CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS IN THE POSSESSION OF THIRD PARTIES--COLLECTION AS CHILD SUPPORT. (1) If a person or entity not entitled to child support payments wrongfully or negligently retains child support payments owed to another or to the Washington state support registry, those payments retain their character as child support payments and may be collected by the division of child support using any remedy available to the division of child support under Washington law for the collection of child support.          (2) Child support moneys subject to collection under this section may be collected for the duration of the statute of limitations as it applies to the support order governing the support obligations, and any legislative or judicial extensions thereto.     (3) This section applies to the following:               (a) Cases in which an employer or other entity obligated to withhold child support payments from the parent's pay, bank, or escrow account, or from any other asset or distribution of money to the parent, has withheld those payments and failed to remit them to the payee;               (b) Cases in which child support moneys have been paid to the wrong person or entity in error;        (c) Cases in which child support recipients have retained child support payments in violation of a child support assignment executed or arising by operation of law in exchange for the receipt of public assistance; and                     (d) Any other case in which child support payments are retained by a party not entitled to them.    (4) This section does not apply to fines levied under section 893(3)(b) of this act.        NEW SECTION. Sec. 893. A new section is added to chapter 74.20A RCW to read as follows:              NONCOMPLIANCE WITH CHILD SUPPORT PROCESSES--NOTICE--HEARINGS--LIABILITY. (1) The division of child support may issue a notice of noncompliance to any person, firm, entity, or agency of state or federal government that the division believes is not complying with:  (a) A notice of payroll deduction issued under chapter 26.23 RCW;     (b) A lien, order to withhold and deliver, or assignment of earnings issued under this chapter;        (c) Any other wage assignment, garnishment, attachment, or withholding instrument properly served by the agency or firm providing child support enforcement services for another state, under Title IV-D of the federal social security act;        (d) A subpoena issued by the division of child support, or the agency or firm providing child support enforcement for another state, under Title IV-D of the federal social security act;             (e) An information request issued by the division of child support, or the agency or firm providing child support enforcement for another state under Title IV-D of the federal social security act, to an employer or entity required to respond to such requests under section 897 of this act; or          (f) The duty to report newly hired employees imposed by RCW 26.23.040.          (2) Liability for noncompliance with a wage withholding, garnishment, order to withhold and deliver, or any other lien or attachment issued to secure payment of child support is governed by RCW 26.23.090 and 74.20A.100, except that liability for noncompliance with remittance time frames is governed by subsection (3) of this section.                  (3) The division of child support may impose fines of up to one hundred dollars per occurrence for:   (a) Noncompliance with a subpoena or an information request issued by the division of child support, or the agency or firm providing child support enforcement services for another state under Title IV-D of the federal social security act;      (b) Noncompliance with the required time frames for remitting withheld support moneys to the Washington state support registry, or the agency or firm providing child support enforcement services for another state, except that no liability shall be established for failure to make timely remittance unless the division of child support has provided the person, firm, entity, or agency of state or federal government with written warning:             (i) Explaining the duty to remit withheld payments promptly;          (ii) Explaining the potential for fines for delayed submission; and                     (iii) Providing a contact person within the division of child support with whom the person, firm, entity, or agency of state or federal government may seek assistance with child support withholding issues.         (4) The division of child support may assess fines according to RCW 26.23.040 for failure to comply with employer reporting requirements.        (5) The division of child support may suspend licenses for failure to comply with a subpoena issued under section 898 of this act.       (6) The division of child support may serve a notice of noncompliance by personal service or by any method of mailing requiring a return receipt.                (7) The liability asserted by the division of child support in the notice of noncompliance becomes final and collectible on the twenty-first day after the date of service, unless within that time the person, firm, entity, or agency of state or federal government:                 (a) Initiates an action in superior court to contest the notice of noncompliance;      (b) Requests a hearing by delivering a hearing request to the division of child support in accordance with rules adopted by the secretary under this section; or     (c) Contacts the division of child support and negotiates an alternate resolution to the asserted noncompliance or demonstrates that the person, firm, entity, or agency of state or federal government has complied with the child support processes.      (8) The notice of noncompliance shall contain:      (a) A full and fair disclosure of the rights and obligations created by this section; and      (b) Identification of the:          (i) Child support process with respect to which the division of child support is alleging noncompliance; and      (ii) State child support enforcement agency issuing the original child support process.        (9) In an administrative hearing convened under subsection (7)(b) of this section, the presiding officer shall determine whether or not, and to what extent, liability for noncompliance exists under this section, and shall enter an order containing these findings. If liability does exist, the presiding officer shall include language in the order advising the parties to the proceeding that the liability may be collected by any means available to the division of child support under subsection (12) of this section without further notice to the liable party.       (10) Hearings under this section are governed by the administrative procedure act, chapter 34.05 RCW.               (11) After the twenty days following service of the notice, the person, firm, entity, or agency of state or federal government may petition for a late hearing. A petition for a late hearing does not stay any collection action to recover the debt. A late hearing is available upon a showing of any of the grounds stated in civil rule 60 for the vacation of orders.           (12) The division of child support may collect any obligation established under this section using any of the remedies available under chapter 26.09, 26.18, 26.21, 26.23, 74.20, or 74.20A RCW for the collection of child support.         (13) The division of child support may enter agreements for the repayment of obligations under this section. Agreements may:           (a) Suspend the obligation imposed by this section conditioned on future compliance with child support processes. Such suspension shall end automatically upon any failure to comply with a child support process. Amounts suspended become fully collectible without further notice automatically upon failure to comply with a child support process;                  (b) Resolve amounts due under this section and provide for repayment.       (14) The secretary may adopt rules to implement this section.              Sec. 894. RCW 26.23.090 and 1990 c 165 s 2 are each amended to read as follows:            (1) The employer shall be liable to the Washington state support registry, or to the agency or firm providing child support enforcement for another state, under Title IV-D of the federal social security act and issuing a notice, garnishment, or wage assignment attaching wages or earnings in satisfaction of a support obligation, for one hundred percent of the amount of the support debt, or the amount of support moneys which should have been withheld from the employee's earnings, whichever is the lesser amount, if the employer:           (a) Fails or refuses, after being served with a notice of payroll deduction, or substantially similar action issued by the agency or firm providing child support enforcement for another state, under Title IV-D of the federal social security act, to deduct and promptly remit from unpaid earnings the amounts of money required in the notice;             (b) Fails or refuses to submit an answer to the notice of payroll deduction, or substantially similar action issued by the agency or firm providing child support enforcement for another state, under Title IV-D of the federal social security act, after being served; or           (c) Is unwilling to comply with the other requirements of RCW 26.23.060.           (2) Liability may be established in superior court or may be established pursuant to ((RCW 74.20A.270)) section 893 of this act. Awards in superior court and in actions pursuant to ((RCW 74.20A.270)) section 893 of this act shall include costs, interest under RCW 19.52.020 and 4.56.110, and reasonable attorneys' fees and staff costs as a part of the award. Debts established pursuant to this section may be collected ((pursuant to chapter 74.20A RCW utilizing any of the remedies contained in that chapter)) by the division of child support using any of the remedies available under chapter 26.09, 26.18, 26.21, 26.23, 74.20, or 74.20A RCW for the collection of child support.      Sec. 895. RCW 74.20A.100 and 1989 c 360 s 5 are each amended to read as follows:        (1) Any person, firm, corporation, association, political subdivision or department of the state shall be liable to the department, or to the agency or firm providing child support enforcement for another state, under Title IV-D of the federal social security act and issuing a notice, garnishment, or wage assignment attaching wages or earnings in satisfaction of a support obligation, in an amount equal to one hundred percent of the value of the debt which is the basis of the lien, order to withhold and deliver, distraint, or assignment of earnings, or the amount that should have been withheld, whichever amount is less, together with costs, interest, and reasonable attorney fees if that person or entity:      (a) Fails to answer an order to withhold and deliver, or substantially similar action issued by the agency or firm providing child support enforcement for another state, under Title IV-D of the federal social security act, within the time prescribed herein;  (b) Fails or refuses to deliver property pursuant to said order;               (c) After actual notice of filing of a support lien, pays over, releases, sells, transfers, or conveys real or personal property subject to a support lien to or for the benefit of the debtor or any other person;     (d) Fails or refuses to surrender property distrained under RCW 74.20A.130 upon demand; or      (e) Fails or refuses to honor an assignment of earnings presented by the secretary.              (2) The secretary is authorized to issue a notice of ((debt pursuant to RCW 74.20A.040 and to take appropriate action to collect the debt under this chapter if:         (a) A judgment has been entered as the result of an action in superior court against a person, firm, corporation, association, political subdivision, or department of the state based on a violation of this section; or                 (b) Liability has been established under RCW 74.20A.270)) noncompliance under section 893 of this act or to proceed in superior court to obtain a judgment for noncompliance under this section.                Sec. 896. RCW 74.20A.270 and 1989 c 360 s 35 and 1989 c 175 s 156 are each reenacted and amended to read as follows:                 (1) The secretary may issue a notice of ((noncompliance)) retained support or notice to recover a support payment to any person((, firm, corporation, association, or political subdivision of the state of Washington or any officer or agent thereof who has violated chapter 26.18 RCW, RCW 74.20A.100, or 26.23.040,)):      (a) Who is in possession of support moneys, or who has had support moneys in his or her possession at some time in the past, which support moneys were or are claimed by the department as the property of the department by assignment, subrogation, or by operation of law or legal process under chapter 74.20A RCW((, if the support moneys have not been remitted to the department as required by law));      (b) Who has received a support payment erroneously directed to the wrong payee, or issued by the department in error; or      (c) Who is in possession of a support payment obtained through the internal revenue service tax refund offset process, which payment was later reclaimed from the department by the internal revenue service as a result of an amended tax return filed by the obligor or the obligor's spouse.               (2) The notice shall ((describe the claim of the department, stating)) state the legal basis for the claim and shall provide sufficient detail to enable the person((, firm, corporation, association, or political subdivision or officer or agent thereof upon whom service is made)) to identify the support moneys in issue ((or the specific violation of RCW 74.20A.100 that has occurred. The notice may also make inquiry as to relevant facts necessary to the resolution of the issue)).          (3) The department shall serve the notice ((may be served)) by certified mail, return receipt requested, or in the manner of a summons in a civil action. ((Upon service of the notice all moneys not yet disbursed or spent or like moneys to be received in the future are deemed to be impounded and shall be held in trust pending answer to the notice and any adjudicative proceeding.))            (4) The amounts claimed in the notice ((shall be answered under oath and in writing within twenty days of the date of service, which answer shall include true answers to the matters inquired of in the notice. The answer shall also either acknowledge)) shall become assessed, determined, and subject to collection twenty days from the date of service of the notice unless within those twenty days the person in possession of the support moneys:          (a) Acknowledges the department's right to the moneys ((or application for)) and executes an agreed settlement providing for repayment of the moneys; or                 (b) Requests an adjudicative proceeding to ((contest the allegation that chapter 26.18 RCW, RCW 74.20A.100, or 26.23.040, has been violated, or)) determine the rights to ownership of the support moneys in issue. The hearing shall be held pursuant to this section, chapter 34.05 RCW, the Administrative Procedure Act, and the rules of the department. The burden of proof to establish ownership of the support moneys claimed((, including but not limited to moneys not yet disbursed or spent,)) is on the department.     ((If no answer is made within the twenty days, the department's claim shall be assessed and determined and subject to collection action as a support debt pursuant to chapter 26.18 or 74.20A RCW, or RCW 26.23.040. Any such debtor))            (5) After the twenty-day period, a person served with a notice under this section may, at any time within one year from the date of service of the notice of support debt, petition the secretary or the secretary's designee for an adjudicative proceeding upon a showing of any of the grounds enumerated in RCW 4.72.010 or superior court civil rule 60. A copy of the petition shall also be served on the department. The filing of the petition shall not stay any collection action being taken, but the debtor may petition the secretary or the secretary's designee for an order staying collection action pending the final administrative order. Any such moneys held and/or taken by collection action ((prior to)) after the date of any such stay ((and any support moneys claimed by the department, including moneys to be received in the future to which the department may have a claim,)) shall be held ((in trust)) by the department pending the final order, to be disbursed in accordance with the final order. ((The secretary or the secretary's designee shall condition the stay to provide for the trust.            If the petition is granted the issue in the proceeding is limited to the determination of the ownership of the moneys claimed in the notice of debt. The right to an adjudicative proceeding is conditioned upon holding of any funds not yet disbursed or expended or to be received in the future in trust pending the final order in these proceedings. The presiding or reviewing officer shall enter an appropriate order providing for the terms of the trust.))         (6) If the debtor fails to attend or participate in the hearing or other stage of an adjudicative proceeding, the presiding officer shall, upon showing of valid service, enter an order declaring the amount of support moneys, as claimed in the notice, to be assessed and determined and subject to collection action.      (7) The department may take action to collect an obligation established under this section using any remedy available under this chapter or chapter 26.09, 26.18, 26.23, or 74.20 RCW for the collection of child support.      (8) If, at any time, the superior court enters judgment for an amount of debt at variance with the amount determined by the final order in an adjudicative proceeding, the judgment shall supersede the final administrative order. ((Any debt determined by the superior court in excess of the amount determined by the final administrative order shall be the property of the department as assigned under 42 U.S.C. 602(A)(26)(a), RCW 74.20.040, 74.20A.250, 74.20.320, or 74.20.330.)) The department may((, despite any final administrative order,)) take action pursuant to chapter 74.20 or 74.20A RCW to obtain such a judgment or to collect moneys determined by such a judgment to be due and owing.                 ((If public assistance moneys have been paid to a parent for the benefit of that parent's minor dependent children, debt under this chapter shall not be incurred by nor at any time be collected from that parent because of that payment of assistance. Nothing in this section prohibits or limits the department from acting pursuant to RCW 74.20.320 and this section to assess a debt against a recipient or ex-recipient for receipt of support moneys paid in satisfaction of the debt assigned under RCW 74.20.330 which have been assigned to the department but were received by a recipient or ex-recipient from another responsible parent and not remitted to the department. To collect these wrongfully retained funds from the recipient, the department may not take collection action in excess of ten percent of the grant payment standard during any month the public assistance recipient remains in that status unless required by federal law.)) (9) If a person owing a debt established under this section is receiving public assistance, the department may collect the debt by offsetting up to ten percent of the grant payment received by the person. No collection action may be taken against the earnings of a person receiving cash public assistance to collect a debt assessed under this section.             (10) Payments not credited against the department's debt pursuant to RCW 74.20.101 may not be assessed or collected under this section.       NEW SECTION. Sec. 897. A new section is added to chapter 74.20A RCW to read as follows:     ACCESS TO INFORMATION--CONFIDENTIALITY--NONLIABILITY. (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of Washington law, the division of child support, the Washington state support registry, or the agency or firm providing child support enforcement services for another state under Title IV-D of the federal social security act may access records of the following nature, in the possession of any agency or entity listed in this section:        (a) Records of state and local agencies, including but not limited to:      (i) The state registrar, including but not limited to records of birth, marriage, and death;     (ii) Tax and revenue records, including, but not limited to, information on residence addresses, employers, and assets;        (iii) Records concerning real and titled personal property;      (iv) Records of occupational, professional, and recreational licenses and records concerning the ownership and control of corporations, partnerships, and other business entities;      (v) Employment security records;          (vi) Records of agencies administering public assistance programs; and    (vii) Records of the department of corrections, and of county and municipal correction or confinement facilities;      (b) Records of public utilities and cable television companies relating to persons who owe or are owed support, or against whom a support obligation is sought, including names and addresses of the individuals, and employers' names and addresses pursuant to section 898 of this act and RCW 74.20A.120; and           (c) Records held by financial institutions, pursuant to section 899 of this act.       (2) Upon the request of the division of child support, the Washington state support registry, or the agency or firm providing child support enforcement services for another state under Title IV-D of the social security act, any employer shall provide information as to the employment, earnings, benefits, and residential address and phone number of any employee.               (3) Entities in possession of records described in subsection (1)(a) and (c) of this section must provide information and records upon the request of the division of child support, the Washington state support registry, or the agency or firm providing child support enforcement services for another state under Title IV-D of the federal social security act. The division of child support may enter into agreements providing for electronic access to these records.   (4) Public utilities and cable television companies must provide the information in response to a judicial or administrative subpoena issued by the division of child support, the Washington state support registry, or the agency or firm providing child support enforcement services for another state under Title IV-D of the federal social security act.        (5) Entities responding to information requests and subpoenas under this section are not liable for disclosing information pursuant to the request or subpoena.             (6) The division of child support shall maintain all information gathered under this section confidential and shall only disclose this information as provided under RCW 26.23.120.           (7) The division of child support may impose fines for noncompliance with this section using the notice of noncompliance under section 893 of this act.               NEW SECTION. Sec. 898. A new section is added to chapter 74.20 RCW to read as follows:              SUBPOENA AUTHORITY--ENFORCEMENT. In carrying out the provisions of this chapter or chapters 26.18, 26.23, 26.26, and 74.20A RCW, the secretary and other duly authorized officers of the department may subpoena witnesses, take testimony, and compel the production of such papers, books, records, and documents as they may deem relevant to the performance of their duties. The division of child support may enforce subpoenas issued under this power according to section 893 of this act.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 899. A new section is added to chapter 74.20A RCW to read as follows:                  FINANCIAL INSTITUTION DATA MATCHES. (1) Each calendar quarter financial institutions doing business in the state of Washington shall report to the department the name, record address, social security number or other taxpayer identification number, and other information determined necessary by the department for each individual who maintains an account at such institution and is identified by the department as owing a support debt.      (2) The department and financial institutions shall enter into agreements to develop and operate a data match system, using automated data exchanges to the extent feasible, to minimize the cost of providing information required under subsection (1) of this section.      (3) The department may pay a reasonable fee to a financial institution for conducting the data match not to exceed the actual costs incurred.      (4) A financial institution is not liable for any disclosure of information to the department under this section.    (5) The division of child support shall maintain all information gathered under this section confidential and shall only disclose this information as provided under RCW 26.23.120.          Sec. 900. RCW 42.17.310 and 1996 c 305 s 2, 1996 c 253 s 302, 1996 c 191 s 88, and 1996 c 80 s 1 are each reenacted and amended to read as follows:          (1) The following are exempt from public inspection and copying:       (a) Personal information in any files maintained for students in public schools, patients or clients of public institutions or public health agencies, or welfare recipients.      (b) Personal information in files maintained for employees, appointees, or elected officials of any public agency to the extent that disclosure would violate their right to privacy.              (c) Information required of any taxpayer in connection with the assessment or collection of any tax if the disclosure of the information to other persons would (i) be prohibited to such persons by RCW 82.32.330 or (ii) violate the taxpayer's right to privacy or result in unfair competitive disadvantage to the taxpayer.              (d) Specific intelligence information and specific investigative records compiled by investigative, law enforcement, and penology agencies, and state agencies vested with the responsibility to discipline members of any profession, the nondisclosure of which is essential to effective law enforcement or for the protection of any person's right to privacy. (e) Information revealing the identity of persons who are witnesses to or victims of crime or who file complaints with investigative, law enforcement, or penology agencies, other than the public disclosure commission, if disclosure would endanger any person's life, physical safety, or property. If at the time a complaint is filed the complainant, victim or witness indicates a desire for disclosure or nondisclosure, such desire shall govern. However, all complaints filed with the public disclosure commission about any elected official or candidate for public office must be made in writing and signed by the complainant under oath.                 (f) Test questions, scoring keys, and other examination data used to administer a license, employment, or academic examination.     (g) Except as provided by chapter 8.26 RCW, the contents of real estate appraisals, made for or by any agency relative to the acquisition or sale of property, until the project or prospective sale is abandoned or until such time as all of the property has been acquired or the property to which the sale appraisal relates is sold, but in no event shall disclosure be denied for more than three years after the appraisal.        (h) Valuable formulae, designs, drawings, and research data obtained by any agency within five years of the request for disclosure when disclosure would produce private gain and public loss.      (i) Preliminary drafts, notes, recommendations, and intra-agency memorandums in which opinions are expressed or policies formulated or recommended except that a specific record shall not be exempt when publicly cited by an agency in connection with any agency action.      (j) Records which are relevant to a controversy to which an agency is a party but which records would not be available to another party under the rules of pretrial discovery for causes pending in the superior courts.           (k) Records, maps, or other information identifying the location of archaeological sites in order to avoid the looting or depredation of such sites.          (l) Any library record, the primary purpose of which is to maintain control of library materials, or to gain access to information, which discloses or could be used to disclose the identity of a library user.     (m) Financial information supplied by or on behalf of a person, firm, or corporation for the purpose of qualifying to submit a bid or proposal for (i) a ferry system construction or repair contract as required by RCW 47.60.680 through 47.60.750 or (ii) highway construction or improvement as required by RCW 47.28.070.     (n) Railroad company contracts filed prior to July 28, 1991, with the utilities and transportation commission under RCW 81.34.070, except that the summaries of the contracts are open to public inspection and copying as otherwise provided by this chapter.          (o) Financial and commercial information and records supplied by private persons pertaining to export services provided pursuant to chapter 43.163 RCW and chapter 53.31 RCW, and by persons pertaining to export projects pursuant to RCW 43.23.035.           (p) Financial disclosures filed by private vocational schools under chapters 28B.85 and 28C.10 RCW.      (q) Records filed with the utilities and transportation commission or attorney general under RCW 80.04.095 that a court has determined are confidential under RCW 80.04.095.       (r) Financial and commercial information and records supplied by businesses or individuals during application for loans or program services provided by chapters 43.163, 43.160, 43.330, and 43.168 RCW, or during application for economic development loans or program services provided by any local agency.       (s) Membership lists or lists of members or owners of interests of units in timeshare projects, subdivisions, camping resorts, condominiums, land developments, or common-interest communities affiliated with such projects, regulated by the department of licensing, in the files or possession of the department.                 (t) All applications for public employment, including the names of applicants, resumes, and other related materials submitted with respect to an applicant.      (u) The residential addresses and residential telephone numbers of employees or volunteers of a public agency which are held by the agency in personnel records, employment or volunteer rosters, or mailing lists of employees or volunteers.          (v) The residential addresses and residential telephone numbers of the customers of a public utility contained in the records or lists held by the public utility of which they are customers, except that this information may be released to the division of child support or the agency or firm providing child support enforcement for another state under Title IV-D of the federal social security act, for the establishment, enforcement, or modification of a support order.                 (w)(i) The federal social security number of individuals governed under chapter 18.130 RCW maintained in the files of the department of health, except this exemption does not apply to requests made directly to the department from federal, state, and local agencies of government, and national and state licensing, credentialing, investigatory, disciplinary, and examination organizations; (ii) the current residential address and current residential telephone number of a health care provider governed under chapter 18.130 RCW maintained in the files of the department, if the provider requests that this information be withheld from public inspection and copying, and provides to the department an accurate alternate or business address and business telephone number. On or after January 1, 1995, the current residential address and residential telephone number of a health care provider governed under RCW 18.130.140 maintained in the files of the department shall automatically be withheld from public inspection and copying unless the provider specifically requests the information be released, and except as provided for under RCW 42.17.260(9).    (x) Information obtained by the board of pharmacy as provided in RCW 69.45.090.      (y) Information obtained by the board of pharmacy or the department of health and its representatives as provided in RCW 69.41.044, 69.41.280, and 18.64.420.             (z) Financial information, business plans, examination reports, and any information produced or obtained in evaluating or examining a business and industrial development corporation organized or seeking certification under chapter 31.24 RCW.      (aa) Financial and commercial information supplied to the state investment board by any person when the information relates to the investment of public trust or retirement funds and when disclosure would result in loss to such funds or in private loss to the providers of this information.       (bb) Financial and valuable trade information under RCW 51.36.120.             (cc) Client records maintained by an agency that is a domestic violence program as defined in RCW 70.123.020 or 70.123.075 or a rape crisis center as defined in RCW 70.125.030.      (dd) Information that identifies a person who, while an agency employee: (i) Seeks advice, under an informal process established by the employing agency, in order to ascertain his or her rights in connection with a possible unfair practice under chapter 49.60 RCW against the person; and (ii) requests his or her identity or any identifying information not be disclosed.       (ee) Investigative records compiled by an employing agency conducting a current investigation of a possible unfair practice under chapter 49.60 RCW or of a possible violation of other federal, state, or local laws prohibiting discrimination in employment.       (ff) Business related information protected from public inspection and copying under RCW 15.86.110.             (gg) Financial, commercial, operations, and technical and research information and data submitted to or obtained by the clean Washington center in applications for, or delivery of, program services under chapter 70.95H RCW.      (hh) Information and documents created specifically for, and collected and maintained by a quality improvement committee pursuant to RCW 43.70.510, regardless of which agency is in possession of the information and documents.              (ii) Personal information in files maintained in a data base created under RCW 43.07.360.            (2) Except for information described in subsection (1)(c)(i) of this section and confidential income data exempted from public inspection pursuant to RCW 84.40.020, the exemptions of this section are inapplicable to the extent that information, the disclosure of which would violate personal privacy or vital governmental interests, can be deleted from the specific records sought. No exemption may be construed to permit the nondisclosure of statistical information not descriptive of any readily identifiable person or persons.         (3) Inspection or copying of any specific records exempt under the provisions of this section may be permitted if the superior court in the county in which the record is maintained finds, after a hearing with notice thereof to every person in interest and the agency, that the exemption of such records is clearly unnecessary to protect any individual's right of privacy or any vital governmental function.      (4) Agency responses refusing, in whole or in part, inspection of any public record shall include a statement of the specific exemption authorizing the withholding of the record (or part) and a brief explanation of how the exemption applies to the record withheld.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 901. A new section is added to chapter 74.20 RCW to read as follows:          ORDERS FOR GENETIC TESTING. (1) The division of child support may issue an order for genetic testing when providing services under this chapter and Title IV-D of the federal social security act if genetic testing:             (a) Is appropriate in an action under chapter 26.26 RCW, the uniform parentage act;      (b) Is appropriate in an action to establish support under RCW 74.20A.056; or    (c) Would assist the parties or the division of child support in determining whether it is appropriate to proceed with an action to establish or disestablish paternity.    (2) The order for genetic testing shall be served on the alleged parent or parents and the legal parent by personal service or by any form of mail requiring a return receipt.      (3) Within twenty days of the date of service of an order for genetic testing, any party required to appear for genetic testing, the child, or a guardian on the child's behalf, may petition in superior court under chapter 26.26 RCW to bar or postpone genetic testing.      (4) The order for genetic testing shall contain:       (a) An explanation of the right to proceed in superior court under subsection (3) of this section;              (b) Notice that if no one proceeds under subsection (3) of this section, the agency issuing the order will schedule genetic testing and will notify the parties of the time and place of testing by regular mail;                 (c) Notice that the parties must keep the agency issuing the order for genetic testing informed of their residence address and that mailing a notice of time and place for genetic testing to the last known address of the parties by regular mail constitutes valid service of the notice of time and place;                  (d) Notice that the order for genetic testing may be enforced through:  (i) Public assistance grant reduction for noncooperation, pursuant to agency rule, if the child and custodian are receiving public assistance;     (ii) Termination of support enforcement services under Title IV-D of the federal social security act if the child and custodian are not receiving public assistance;        (iii) A referral to superior court for an appropriate action under chapter 26.26 RCW; or      (iv) A referral to superior court for remedial sanctions under RCW 7.21.060.      (5) The department may advance the costs of genetic testing under this section.         (6) If an action is pending under chapter 26.26 RCW, a judgment for reimbursement of the cost of genetic testing may be awarded under RCW 26.26.100.              (7) If no action is pending in superior court, the department may impose an obligation to reimburse costs of genetic testing according to rules adopted by the department to implement RCW 74.20A.056.     Sec. 902. RCW 26.23.045 and 1994 c 230 s 8 are each amended to read as follows:            (1) The ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support, Washington state support registry, shall provide support enforcement services under the following circumstances:               (a) Whenever public assistance under RCW 74.20.330 is paid;                (b) ((Whenever a request for nonassistance support enforcement services under RCW 74.20.040(2) is received;      (c))) Whenever a request for support enforcement services under RCW 74.20.040(((3))) is received;                  (((d))) (c) When a support order which contains language directing a responsible parent to make support payments to the Washington state support registry under RCW 26.23.050 is submitted and the division of child support receives a written application for services or is already providing services;      (((e) When a support order is forwarded to the Washington state support registry by the clerk of a superior court under RCW 26.23.050(5);      (f))) (d) When the obligor submits a support order or support payment, and an application, to the Washington state support registry.      (2) The ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support shall continue to provide support enforcement services for so long as and under such conditions as the department shall establish by regulation or until the superior court enters an order removing the requirement that the obligor make support payments to the Washington state support registry as provided for in RCW 26.23.050(((2))).     NEW SECTION. Sec. 903. A new section is added to chapter 26.23 RCW to read as follows:              STATE CASE REGISTRY--SUBMISSION OF ORDERS. (1) The division of child support, Washington state support registry shall operate a state case registry containing records of all orders establishing or modifying a support order that are entered after October 1, 1998.       (2) The superior court clerk, the office of administrative hearings, and the department of social and health services shall, within five days of entry, forward to the Washington state support registry, a true and correct copy of all superior court orders or administrative orders establishing or modifying a support obligation that provide that support payments shall be made to the support registry.              (3) The division of child support shall reimburse the clerk for the reasonable costs of copying and sending copies of court orders to the registry at the reimbursement rate provided in Title IV-D of the federal social security act.                     (4) Effective October 1, 1998, the superior court clerk, the office of administrative hearings, and the department of social and health services shall, within five days of entry, forward to the Washington state support registry a true and correct copy of all superior court orders or administrative orders establishing or modifying a support obligation.          (5) Receipt of a support order by the registry or other action under this section on behalf of a person or persons who have not made a written application for support enforcement services to the division of child support and who are not recipients of public assistance is deemed to be:       (a) A request for payment services only if the order requires payment to the Washington state support registry;       (b) A submission for inclusion in the state case registry if the order does not require that support payments be made to the Washington state support registry.           NEW SECTION. Sec. 904. A new section is added to chapter 26.23 RCW to read as follows:                ADDRESS AND EMPLOYER INFORMATION IN SUPPORT ORDERS--DUTY TO UPDATE--PROVISIONS REGARDING SERVICE. (1) Each party to a paternity or child support proceeding must provide the court and the Washington state child support registry with his or her:   (a) Social security number;     (b) Current residential address;              (c) Date of birth;      (d) Telephone number;           (e) Driver's license number; and             (f) Employer's name, address, and telephone number.      (2) Each party to an order entered in a child support or paternity proceeding shall update the information required under subsection (1) of this section promptly after any change in the information. The duty established under this section continues as long as any monthly support or support debt remains due under the support order.   (3) In any proceeding to establish, enforce, or modify the child support order between the parties, a party may demonstrate to the presiding officer that he or she has diligently attempted to locate the other party. Upon a showing of diligent efforts to locate, the presiding officer may allow, or accept as adequate, service of process for the action by delivery of written notice to the address most recently provided by the party under this section.         (4) All support orders shall contain notice to the parties of the obligations established by this section and possibility of service of process according to subsection (3) of this section.            Sec. 905. RCW 26.23.030 and 1989 c 360 s 6 are each amended to read as follows:            (1) There is created a Washington state support registry within the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support as the agency designated in Washington state to administer the child support program under Title IV-D of the federal social security act. The registry shall:        (a) Provide a central unit for collection of support payments made to the registry;    (b) Account for and disburse all support payments received by the registry;    (((b))) (c) Maintain the necessary records including, but not limited to, information on support orders, support debts, the date and amount of support due; the date and amount of payments; and the names, social security numbers, and addresses of the parties;        (((c))) (d) Develop procedures for providing information to the parties regarding action taken by, and support payments collected and distributed by the registry; and            (e) Maintain a state child support case registry to compile and maintain records on all child support orders entered in the state of Washington.               (2) The ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support may assess and collect interest at the rate of twelve percent per year on unpaid child support that has accrued under any support order entered into the registry. This interest rate shall not apply to those support orders already specifying an interest assessment at a different rate.      (3) The secretary of social and health services shall adopt rules for the maintenance and retention of records of support payments and for the archiving and destruction of such records when the support obligation terminates or is satisfied. When a support obligation established under court order entered in a superior court of this state has been satisfied, a satisfaction of judgment form shall be prepared by the registry and filed with the clerk of the court in which the order was entered.               Sec. 906. RCW 74.20A.060 and 1989 c 360 s 9 and 1989 c 175 s 153 are each reenacted and amended to read as follows:   (1) The secretary may assert a lien upon the real or personal property of a responsible parent:                (a) When a support payment is past due, if the parent's support order ((was entered in accordance with RCW 26.23.050(1))) contains notice that liens may be enforced against real and personal property, or notice that action may be taken under this chapter;          (b) Twenty-one days after service of a notice of support debt under RCW 74.20A.040;       (c) Twenty-one days after service of a notice and finding of financial responsibility under RCW 74.20A.055;   (d) Twenty-one days after service of a notice and finding of parental responsibility;                 (e) Twenty-one days after service of a notice of support owed under RCW 26.23.110; or      (f) When appropriate under RCW 74.20A.270.     (2) The division of child support may use uniform interstate lien forms adopted by the United States department of health and human services to assert liens on a responsible parent's real and personal property located in another state.                   (3) The claim of the department for a support debt, not paid when due, shall be a lien against all property of the debtor with priority of a secured creditor. This lien shall be separate and apart from, and in addition to, any other lien created by, or provided for, in this title. The lien shall attach to all real and personal property of the debtor on the date of filing of such statement with the county auditor of the county in which such property is located.     (((3))) (4) Whenever a support lien has been filed and there is in the possession of any person, firm, corporation, association, political subdivision or department of the state having notice of said lien any property which may be subject to the support lien, such property shall not be paid over, released, sold, transferred, encumbered or conveyed, except as provided for by the exemptions contained in RCW 74.20A.090 and 74.20A.130, unless:             (a) A written release or waiver signed by the secretary has been delivered to said person, firm, corporation, association, political subdivision or department of the state; or                   (b) A determination has been made in an adjudicative proceeding pursuant to RCW 74.20A.055 or by a superior court ordering release of said support lien on the basis that no debt exists or that the debt has been satisfied.      Sec. 907. RCW 74.20A.080 and 1994 c 230 s 20 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) The secretary may issue to any person, firm, corporation, association, political subdivision, department of the state, or agency, subdivision, or instrumentality of the United States, an order to withhold and deliver property of any kind, including but not restricted to earnings which are or might become due, owing, or belonging to the debtor, when the secretary has reason to believe that there is in the possession of such person, firm, corporation, association, political subdivision, department of the state, or agency, subdivision, or instrumentality of the United States property which is or might become due, owing, or belonging to said debtor. Such order to withhold and deliver may be issued:  (a) ((When a support payment is past due)) At any time, if a responsible parent's support order:         (i) Contains ((language directing the parent to make support payments to the Washington state support registry; and)) notice that withholding action may be taken against earnings, wages, or assets without further notice to the parent; or     (ii) Includes a statement that other income-withholding action under this chapter may be taken without further notice to the responsible parent((, as provided for in RCW 26.23.050(1)));      (b) Twenty-one days after service of a notice of support debt under RCW 74.20A.040;       (c) Twenty-one days after service of a notice and finding of parental responsibility under RCW 74.20A.056;         (d) Twenty-one days after service of a notice of support owed under RCW 26.23.110;          (e) Twenty-one days after service of a notice and finding of financial responsibility under RCW 74.20A.055; or      (f) When appropriate under RCW 74.20A.270.     (2) The order to withhold and deliver shall:           (a) State the amount to be withheld on a periodic basis if the order to withhold and deliver is being served to secure payment of monthly current support;                  (b) State the amount of the support debt accrued;          (((b))) (c) State in summary the terms of RCW 74.20A.090 and 74.20A.100;       (((c))) (d) Be served in the manner prescribed for the service of a summons in a civil action or by certified mail, return receipt requested.         (3) The division of child support may use uniform interstate withholding forms adopted by the United States department of health and human services to take withholding actions under this section when the responsible parent is owed money or property that is located in another state.    (4) Any person, firm, corporation, association, political subdivision, department of the state, or agency, subdivision, or instrumentality of the United States upon whom service has been made is hereby required to:     (a) Answer said order to withhold and deliver within twenty days, exclusive of the day of service, under oath and in writing, and shall make true answers to the matters inquired of therein; and                 (b) Provide further and additional answers when requested by the secretary.    (((4))) (5) Any such person, firm, corporation, association, political subdivision, department of the state, or agency, subdivision, or instrumentality of the United States in possession of any property which may be subject to the claim of the department ((of social and health services)) shall:              (a)(i) Immediately withhold such property upon receipt of the order to withhold and deliver; and         (ii) Immediately deliver the property to the secretary as soon as the twenty-day answer period expires;      (iii) Continue to withhold earnings payable to the debtor at each succeeding disbursement interval as provided for in RCW 74.20A.090, and deliver amounts withheld from earnings to the secretary on the date earnings are payable to the debtor;             (iv) Deliver amounts withheld from periodic payments to the secretary on the date the payments are payable to the debtor;      (v) Inform the secretary of the date the amounts were withheld as requested under this section; or         (b) Furnish to the secretary a good and sufficient bond, satisfactory to the secretary, conditioned upon final determination of liability.         (((5))) (6) An order to withhold and deliver served under this section shall not expire until:      (a) Released in writing by the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support;   (b) Terminated by court order; or      (c) The person or entity receiving the order to withhold and deliver does not possess property of or owe money to the debtor for any period of twelve consecutive months following the date of service of the order to withhold and deliver.              (((6))) (7) Where money is due and owing under any contract of employment, express or implied, or is held by any person, firm, corporation, or association, political subdivision, or department of the state, or agency, subdivision, or instrumentality of the United States subject to withdrawal by the debtor, such money shall be delivered by remittance payable to the order of the secretary.                 (((7))) (8) Delivery to the secretary of the money or other property held or claimed shall satisfy the requirement and serve as full acquittance of the order to withhold and deliver.        (((8))) (9) A person, firm, corporation, or association, political subdivision, department of the state, or agency, subdivision, or instrumentality of the United States that complies with the order to withhold and deliver under this chapter is not civilly liable to the debtor for complying with the order to withhold and deliver under this chapter.      (((9))) (10) The secretary may hold the money or property delivered under this section in trust for application on the indebtedness involved or for return, without interest, in accordance with final determination of liability or nonliability.      (((10))) (11) Exemptions contained in RCW 74.20A.090 apply to orders to withhold and deliver issued under this section.      (((11))) (12) The secretary shall also, on or before the date of service of the order to withhold and deliver, mail or cause to be mailed a copy of the order to withhold and deliver to the debtor at the debtor's last known post office address, or, in the alternative, a copy of the order to withhold and deliver shall be served on the debtor in the same manner as a summons in a civil action on or before the date of service of the order or within two days thereafter. The copy of the order shall be mailed or served together with a concise explanation of the right to petition for judicial review. This requirement is not jurisdictional, but, if the copy is not mailed or served as in this section provided, or if any irregularity appears with respect to the mailing or service, the superior court, in its discretion on motion of the debtor promptly made and supported by affidavit showing that the debtor has suffered substantial injury due to the failure to mail the copy, may set aside the order to withhold and deliver and award to the debtor an amount equal to the damages resulting from the secretary's failure to serve on or mail to the debtor the copy.      (((12))) (13) An order to withhold and deliver issued in accordance with this section has priority over any other wage assignment, garnishment, attachment, or other legal process((, except for another wage assignment, garnishment, attachment, or other legal process for child support)).           (((13))) (14) The ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support shall notify any person, firm, corporation, association, or political subdivision, department of the state, or agency, subdivision, or instrumentality of the United States required to withhold and deliver the earnings of a debtor under this action that they may deduct a processing fee from the remainder of the debtor's earnings, even if the remainder would otherwise be exempt under RCW 74.20A.090. The processing fee shall not exceed ten dollars for the first disbursement to the department and one dollar for each subsequent disbursement under the order to withhold and deliver.            Sec. 908. RCW 26.23.120 and 1994 c 230 s 12 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) Any information or records concerning individuals who owe a support obligation or for whom support enforcement services are being provided which are obtained or maintained by the Washington state support registry, the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support, or under chapter 74.20 RCW shall be private and confidential and shall only be subject to public disclosure as provided in subsection (2) of this section.       (2) The secretary of the department of social and health services ((shall)) may adopt rules ((which)):                (a) That specify what information is confidential;  (b) That specify the individuals or agencies to whom this information and these records may be disclosed((,));               (c) Limiting the purposes for which the information may be disclosed((, and the));               (d) Establishing procedures to obtain the information or records; or     (e) Establishing safeguards necessary to comply with federal law requiring safeguarding of information.              (3) The rules adopted under subsection (2) of this section shall provide for disclosure of the information and records, under appropriate circumstances, which shall include, but not be limited to:      (a) When authorized or required by federal statute or regulation governing the support enforcement program;           (b) To the person the subject of the records or information, unless the information is exempt from disclosure under RCW 42.17.310;              (c) To government agencies, whether state, local, or federal, and including federally recognized tribes, law enforcement agencies, prosecuting agencies, and the executive branch, if the disclosure is necessary for child support enforcement purposes or required under Title IV-D of the federal social security act;                 (d) To the parties in a judicial or adjudicative proceeding upon a specific written finding by the presiding officer that the need for the information outweighs any reason for maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of the information or records;                 (e) To private persons, federally recognized tribes, or organizations if the disclosure is necessary to permit private contracting parties to assist in the management and operation of the department;      (f) Disclosure of address and employment information to the parties to an action for purposes relating to a child support order, subject to the limitations in subsections (4) and (5) of this section;              (g) Disclosure of information or records when necessary to the efficient administration of the support enforcement program or to the performance of functions and responsibilities of the support registry and the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support as set forth in state and federal statutes; or   (h) Disclosure of the information or records when authorized under RCW 74.04.060.               (((3))) (4) Prior to disclosing the ((physical custodian's address under subsection (2)(f) of this section)) whereabouts of a parent or a party to a support order to the other parent or party, a notice shall be mailed, if appropriate under the circumstances, to the ((physical custodian)) parent or other party whose whereabouts are to be disclosed, at ((the physical custodian's)) that person's last known address. The notice shall advise the ((physical custodian)) parent or party that a request for disclosure has been made and will be complied with unless the department:               (a) Receives a copy of a court order within thirty days which enjoins the disclosure of the information or restricts or limits the requesting party's right to contact or visit the ((physical custodian)) parent or party whose address is to be disclosed or the child((, or the custodial parent requests a hearing to contest the disclosure));           (b) Receives a hearing request within thirty days under subsection (5) of this section; or       (c) Has reason to believe that the release of the information may result in physical or emotional harm to the party whose whereabouts are to be released, or to the child.    (5) A person receiving notice under subsection (4) of this section may request an adjudicative proceeding under chapter 34.05 RCW, at which the person may show that there is reason to believe that release of the information may result in physical or emotional harm to the person or the child. The administrative law judge shall determine whether the ((address)) whereabouts of the ((custodial parent)) person should be disclosed based on ((the same standard as a claim of "good cause" as defined in 42 U.S.C. Sec. 602(a)(26)(c))) subsection (4)(c) of this section, however no hearing is necessary if the department has in its possession a protective order or an order limiting visitation or contact.                  (((4))) (6) Nothing in this section shall be construed as limiting or restricting the effect of RCW 42.17.260(((6))) (9). Nothing in this section shall be construed to prevent the disclosure of information and records if all details identifying an individual are deleted or the individual consents to the disclosure.                (((5))) (7) It shall be unlawful for any person or agency in violation of this section to solicit, publish, disclose, receive, make use of, or to authorize, knowingly permit, participate in or acquiesce in the use of any lists of names for commercial or political purposes or the use of any information for purposes other than those purposes specified in this section. A violation of this section shall be a gross misdemeanor as provided in chapter 9A.20 RCW.      Sec. 909. RCW 26.04.160 and 1993 c 451 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) Application for a marriage license must be made and filed with the appropriate county auditor upon blanks to be provided by the county auditor for that purpose, which application shall be under the oath of each of the applicants, and each application shall state the name, address at the time of execution of application, age, social security number, birthplace, whether single, widowed or divorced, and whether under control of a guardian, residence during the past six months: PROVIDED, That each county may require such other and further information on said application as it shall deem necessary.      (2) The county legislative authority may impose an additional fee up to fifteen dollars on a marriage license for the purpose of funding family services such as family support centers.            Sec. 910. RCW 26.09.170 and 1992 c 229 s 2 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (7) of RCW 26.09.070, the provisions of any decree respecting maintenance or support may be modified: (a) Only as to installments accruing subsequent to the petition for modification or motion for adjustment except motions to compel court-ordered adjustments, which shall be effective as of the first date specified in the decree for implementing the adjustment; and, (b) except as otherwise provided in subsections (4), (5), (8), and (9) of this section, only upon a showing of a substantial change of circumstances. The provisions as to property disposition may not be revoked or modified, unless the court finds the existence of conditions that justify the reopening of a judgment under the laws of this state.    (2) Unless otherwise agreed in writing or expressly provided in the decree the obligation to pay future maintenance is terminated upon the death of either party or the remarriage of the party receiving maintenance.             (3) Unless otherwise agreed in writing or expressly provided in the decree, provisions for the support of a child are terminated by emancipation of the child or by the death of the parent obligated to support the child.  (4) An order of child support may be modified one year or more after it has been entered without showing a substantial change of circumstances:              (a) If the order in practice works a severe economic hardship on either party or the child;        (b) If a party requests an adjustment in an order for child support which was based on guidelines which determined the amount of support according to the child's age, and the child is no longer in the age category on which the current support amount was based;      (c) If a child is still in high school, upon a finding that there is a need to extend support beyond the eighteenth birthday to complete high school; or           (d) To add an automatic adjustment of support provision consistent with RCW 26.09.100.             (5) An order or decree entered prior to June 7, 1984, may be modified without showing a substantial change of circumstances if the requested modification is to:      (a) Require health insurance coverage for a child named therein; or      (b) Modify an existing order for health insurance coverage.      (6) An obligor's voluntary unemployment or voluntary underemployment, by itself, is not a substantial change of circumstances.      (7) The department of social and health services may file an action to modify an order of child support if public assistance money is being paid to or for the benefit of the child and the child support order is twenty-five percent or more below the appropriate child support amount set forth in the standard calculation as defined in RCW 26.19.011 and reasons for the deviation are not set forth in the findings of fact or order. The determination of twenty-five percent or more shall be based on the current income of the parties and the department shall not be required to show a substantial change of circumstances if the reasons for the deviations were not set forth in the findings of fact or order.      (8)(a) All child support decrees may be adjusted once every twenty-four months based upon changes in the income of the parents without a showing of substantially changed circumstances. Either party may initiate the adjustment by filing a motion and child support worksheets.      (b) A party may petition for modification in cases of substantially changed circumstances under subsection (1) of this section at any time. However, if relief is granted under subsection (1) of this section, twenty-four months must pass before a motion for an adjustment under (a) of this subsection may be filed.     (c) If, pursuant to (a) of this subsection or subsection (9) of this section, the court adjusts or modifies a child support obligation by more than thirty percent and the change would cause significant hardship, the court may implement the change in two equal increments, one at the time of the entry of the order and the second six months from the entry of the order. Twenty-four months must pass following the second change before a motion for an adjustment under (a) of this subsection may be filed.        (d) A parent who is receiving transfer payments who receives a wage or salary increase may not bring a modification action pursuant to subsection (1) of this section alleging that increase constitutes a substantial change of circumstances.   (e) The department of social and health services may file an action at any time to modify an order of child support in cases of substantially changed circumstances if public assistance money is being paid to or for the benefit of the child. The determination of the existence of substantially changed circumstances by the department that lead to the filing of an action to modify the order of child support is not binding upon the court.              (9) An order of child support may be adjusted twenty-four months from the date of the entry of the decree or the last adjustment or modification, whichever is later, based upon changes in the economic table or standards in chapter 26.19 RCW.             Sec. 911. RCW 26.21.005 and 1993 c 318 s 101 are each amended to read as follows:      In this chapter:        (1) "Child" means an individual, whether over or under the age of majority, who is or is alleged to be owed a duty of support by the individual's parent or who is or is alleged to be the beneficiary of a support order directed to the parent.           (2) "Child support order" means a support order for a child, including a child who has attained the age of majority under the law of the issuing state.      (3) "Duty of support" means an obligation imposed or imposable by law to provide support for a child, spouse, or former spouse, including an unsatisfied obligation to provide support.                (4) "Home state" means the state in which a child lived with a parent or a person acting as parent for at least six consecutive months immediately preceding the time of filing of a petition or comparable pleading for support and, if a child is less than six months old, the state in which the child lived from birth with any of them. A period of temporary absence of any of them is counted as part of the six-month or other period.      (5) "Income" includes earnings or other periodic entitlements to money from any source and any other property subject to withholding for support under the law of this state.                 (6) "Income-withholding order" means an order or other legal process directed to an obligor's employer or other debtor, as defined by ((chapter 6.27)) RCW 50.04.080, to withhold support from the income of the obligor.    (7) "Initiating state" means a state ((in)) from which a proceeding is forwarded or in which a proceeding is filed for forwarding to a responding state under this chapter or a law or procedure substantially similar to this chapter, the Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act, or the Revised Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act ((is filed for forwarding to a responding state)).      (8) "Initiating tribunal" means the authorized tribunal in an initiating state.          (9) "Issuing state" means the state in which a tribunal issues a support order or renders a judgment determining parentage.     (10) "Issuing tribunal" means the tribunal that issues a support order or renders a judgment determining parentage.               (11) "Law" includes decisional and statutory law and rules and regulations having the force of law.      (12) "Obligee" means:            (a) An individual to whom a duty of support is or is alleged to be owed or in whose favor a support order has been issued or a judgment determining parentage has been rendered;         (b) A state or political subdivision to which the rights under a duty of support or support order have been assigned or which has independent claims based on financial assistance provided to an individual obligee; or   (c) An individual seeking a judgment determining parentage of the individual's child.         (13) "Obligor" means an individual, or the estate of a decedent:     (a) Who owes or is alleged to owe a duty of support;        (b) Who is alleged but has not been adjudicated to be a parent of a child; or              (c) Who is liable under a support order.            (14) "Register" means to record or file in the appropriate location for the recording or filing of foreign judgments generally or foreign support orders specifically, a support order or judgment determining parentage.      (15) "Registering tribunal" means a tribunal in which a support order is registered.             (16) "Responding state" means a state ((to)) in which a proceeding is filed or to which a proceeding is forwarded for filing from an initiating state under this chapter or a law or procedure substantially similar to this chapter, the Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act, or the Revised Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act.       (17) "Responding tribunal" means the authorized tribunal in a responding state.             (18) "Spousal support order" means a support order for a spouse or former spouse of the obligor.       (19) "State" means a state of the United States, the District of Columbia, ((the Commonwealth of)) Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, or any territory or insular possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. The term (("state")) includes:           (i) An Indian tribe ((and includes)); and                 (ii) A foreign jurisdiction that has enacted a law or established procedures for issuance and enforcement of support orders ((that)) which are substantially similar to the procedures under this chapter, the Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act, or the Revised Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act.      (20) "Support enforcement agency" means a public official or agency authorized to seek:   (a) Enforcement of support orders or laws relating to the duty of support;   (b) Establishment or modification of child support;               (c) Determination of parentage; or         (d) Location of obligors or their assets. (21) "Support order" means a judgment, decree, or order, whether temporary, final, or subject to modification, for the benefit of a child, a spouse, or a former spouse, that provides for monetary support, health care, arrearages, or reimbursement, and may include related costs and fees, interest, income withholding, attorneys' fees, and other relief.                 (22) "Tribunal" means a court, administrative agency, or quasi-judicial entity authorized to establish, enforce, or modify support orders or to determine parentage.               Sec. 912. RCW 26.21.115 and 1993 c 318 s 205 are each amended to read as follows:        (1) A tribunal of this state issuing a support order consistent with the law of this state has continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over a child support order:      (a) As long as this state remains the residence of the obligor, the individual obligee, or the child for whose benefit the support order is issued; or   (b) Until ((each individual party has)) all of the parties who are individuals have filed written consents with the tribunal of this state for a tribunal of another state to modify the order and assume continuing, exclusive jurisdiction.                (2) A tribunal of this state issuing a child support order consistent with the law of this state may not exercise its continuing jurisdiction to modify the order if the order has been modified by a tribunal of another state pursuant to this chapter or a law substantially similar to this chapter.                (3) If a child support order of this state is modified by a tribunal of another state pursuant to this chapter or a law substantially similar to this chapter, a tribunal of this state loses its continuing, exclusive jurisdiction with regard to prospective enforcement of the order issued in this state, and may only:     (a) Enforce the order that was modified as to amounts accruing before the modification;           (b) Enforce nonmodifiable aspects of that order; and             (c) Provide other appropriate relief for violations of that order which occurred before the effective date of the modification.             (4) A tribunal of this state shall recognize the continuing, exclusive jurisdiction of a tribunal of another state that has issued a child support order pursuant to this chapter or a law substantially similar to this chapter.              (5) A temporary support order issued ex parte or pending resolution of a jurisdictional conflict does not create continuing, exclusive jurisdiction in the issuing tribunal.                (6) A tribunal of this state issuing a support order consistent with the law of this state has continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over a spousal support order throughout the existence of the support obligation. A tribunal of this state may not modify a spousal support order issued by a tribunal of another state having continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over that order under the law of that state.       Sec. 913. RCW 26.21.135 and 1993 c 318 s 207 are each amended to read as follows:                  (1) If a proceeding is brought under this chapter and only one tribunal has issued a child support order, the order of that tribunal controls and must be so recognized.      (2) If a proceeding is brought under this chapter, and ((one)) two or more child support orders have been issued ((in)) by tribunals of this state or another state with regard to ((an)) the same obligor and ((a)) child, a tribunal of this state shall apply the following rules in determining which order to recognize for purposes of continuing, exclusive jurisdiction:               (a) If only one of the tribunals ((has issued a child support order)) would have continuing, exclusive jurisdiction under this chapter, the order of that tribunal controls and must be so recognized.      (b) ((If two or more tribunals have issued child support orders for the same obligor and child, and only one of the tribunals would have continuing, exclusive jurisdiction under this chapter, the order of that tribunal must be recognized.           (c))) If ((two or more tribunals have issued child support orders for the same obligor and child, and)) more than one of the tribunals would have continuing, exclusive jurisdiction under this chapter, an order issued by a tribunal in the current home state of the child controls and must be so recognized, but if an order has not been issued in the current home state of the child, the order most recently issued controls and must be so recognized.        (((d) If two or more tribunals have issued child support orders for the same obligor and child, and none of the tribunals would have continuing, exclusive jurisdiction under this chapter, the tribunal of this state may issue a child support order, which must be recognized.    (2) The tribunal that has issued an order recognized under subsection (1) of this section is the tribunal having continuing, exclusive jurisdiction.))                (c) If none of the tribunals would have continuing, exclusive jurisdiction under this chapter, the tribunal of this state having jurisdiction over the parties shall issue a child support order, which controls and must be so recognized.           (3) If two or more child support orders have been issued for the same obligor and child and if the obligor or the individual obligee resides in this state, a party may request a tribunal of this state to determine which order controls and must be so recognized under subsection (2) of this section. The request must be accompanied by a certified copy of every support order in effect. The requesting party shall give notice of the request to each party whose rights may be affected by the determination.      (4) The tribunal that issued the controlling order under subsection (1), (2), or (3) of this section is the tribunal that has continuing, exclusive jurisdiction under RCW 26.21.115.              (5) A tribunal of this state which determines by order the identity of the controlling order under subsection (2)(a) or (b) of this section or which issues a new controlling order under subsection (2)(c) of this section shall state in that order the basis upon which the tribunal made its determination.           (6) Within thirty days after issuance of an order determining the identity of the controlling order, the party obtaining the order shall file a certified copy of it with each tribunal that issued or registered an earlier order of child support. A party who obtains the order and fails to file a certified copy is subject to appropriate sanctions by a tribunal in which the issue of failure to file arises. The failure to file does not affect the validity or enforceability of the controlling order.            Sec. 914. RCW 26.21.235 and 1993 c 318 s 304 are each amended to read as follows:         (1) Upon the filing of a petition authorized by this chapter, an initiating tribunal of this state shall forward three copies of the petition and its accompanying documents:            (((1))) (a) To the responding tribunal or appropriate support enforcement agency in the responding state; or            (((2))) (b) If the identity of the responding tribunal is unknown, to the state information agency of the responding state with a request that they be forwarded to the appropriate tribunal and that receipt be acknowledged.   (2) If a responding state has not enacted the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act or a law or procedure substantially similar to the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act, a tribunal of this state may issue a certificate or other document and make findings required by the law of the responding state. If the responding state is a foreign jurisdiction, the tribunal may specify the amount of support sought and provide other documents necessary to satisfy the requirements of the responding state.              Sec. 915. RCW 26.21.245 and 1993 c 318 s 305 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) When a responding tribunal of this state receives a petition or comparable pleading from an initiating tribunal or directly pursuant to RCW 26.21.205(3), it shall cause the petition or pleading to be filed and notify the petitioner ((by first class mail)) where and when it was filed.     (2) A responding tribunal of this state, to the extent otherwise authorized by law, may do one or more of the following:  (a) Issue or enforce a support order, modify a child support order, or render a judgment to determine parentage;      (b) Order an obligor to comply with a support order, specifying the amount and the manner of compliance;       (c) Order income withholding;      (d) Determine the amount of any arrearages, and specify a method of payment;   (e) Enforce orders by civil or criminal contempt, or both;      (f) Set aside property for satisfaction of the support order;    (g) Place liens and order execution on the obligor's property;      (h) Order an obligor to keep the tribunal informed of the obligor's current residential address, telephone number, employer, address of employment, and telephone number at the place of employment;                (i) Issue a bench warrant or writ of arrest for an obligor who has failed after proper notice to appear at a hearing ordered by the tribunal and enter the bench warrant or writ of arrest in any local and state computer systems for criminal warrants;      (j) Order the obligor to seek appropriate employment by specified methods;        (k) Award reasonable attorneys' fees and other fees and costs; and                 (l) Grant any other available remedy.     (3) A responding tribunal of this state shall include in a support order issued under this chapter, or in the documents accompanying the order, the calculations on which the support order is based.      (4) A responding tribunal of this state may not condition the payment of a support order issued under this chapter upon compliance by a party with provisions for visitation.              (5) If a responding tribunal of this state issues an order under this chapter, the tribunal shall send a copy of the order ((by first class mail)) to the petitioner and the respondent and to the initiating tribunal, if any.    Sec. 916. RCW 26.21.255 and 1993 c 318 s 306 are each amended to read as follows:         If a petition or comparable pleading is received by an inappropriate tribunal of this state, it shall forward the pleading and accompanying documents to an appropriate tribunal in this state or another state and notify the petitioner ((by first class mail)) where and when the pleading was sent.      Sec. 917. RCW 26.21.265 and 1993 c 318 s 307 are each amended to read as follows:         (1) A support enforcement agency of this state, upon request, shall provide services to a petitioner in a proceeding under this chapter.       (2) A support enforcement agency that is providing services to the petitioner as appropriate shall:                 (a) Take all steps necessary to enable an appropriate tribunal in this state or another state to obtain jurisdiction over the respondent;                   (b) Request an appropriate tribunal to set a date, time, and place for a hearing;   (c) Make a reasonable effort to obtain all relevant information, including information as to income and property of the parties;   (d) Within ((two)) five days, exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays, after receipt of a written notice from an initiating, responding, or registering tribunal, send a copy of the notice ((by first class mail)) to the petitioner;      (e) Within ((two)) five days, exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays, after receipt of a written communication from the respondent or the respondent's attorney, send a copy of the communication ((by first class mail)) to the petitioner; and            (f) Notify the petitioner if jurisdiction over the respondent cannot be obtained.                (3) This chapter does not create or negate a relationship of attorney and client or other fiduciary relationship between a support enforcement agency or the attorney for the agency and the individual being assisted by the agency.    Sec. 918. RCW 26.21.450 and 1993 c 318 s 501 are each amended to read as follows:                  (((1))) An income-withholding order issued in another state may be sent ((by first class mail)) to the person or entity defined as the obligor's employer under ((chapter 6.27)) RCW 50.04.080 without first filing a petition or comparable pleading or registering the order with a tribunal of this state. ((Upon receipt of the order, the employer shall:        (a) Treat an income-withholding order issued in another state that appears regular on its face as if it had been issued by a tribunal of this state;   (b) Immediately provide a copy of the order to the obligor; and            (c) Distribute the funds as directed in the income-withholding order.      (2) An obligor may contest the validity or enforcement of an income-withholding order issued in another state in the same manner as if the order had been issued by a tribunal of this state. RCW 26.21.510 applies to the contest. The obligor shall give notice of the contest to any support enforcement agency providing services to the obligee and to:             (a) The person or agency designated to receive payments in the income-withholding order; or             (b) If no person or agency is designated, the obligee.))          NEW SECTION. Sec. 919. A new section is added to chapter 26.21 RCW to read as follows:              EMPLOYER'S COMPLIANCE WITH INCOME-WITHHOLDING ORDER OF ANOTHER STATE. (1) Upon receipt of an income-withholding order, the obligor's employer shall immediately provide a copy of the order to the obligor.    (2) The employer shall treat an income-withholding order issued in another state that appears regular on its face as if it had been issued by a tribunal of this state.        (3) Except as provided in subsection (4) of this section and section 920 of this act, the employer shall withhold and distribute the funds as directed in the withholding order by complying with the terms of the order which specify:              (a) The duration and amount of periodic payments of current child support, stated as a sum certain;              (b) The person or agency designated to receive payments and the address to which the payments are to be forwarded;         (c) Medical support, whether in the form of periodic cash payment, stated as sum certain, or ordering the obligor to provide health insurance coverage for the child under a policy available through the obligor's employment;                (d) The amount of periodic payments of fees and costs for a support enforcement agency, the issuing tribunal, and the obligee's attorney, stated as sum certain; and   (e) The amount of periodic payments of arrearages and interest on arrearages, stated as sum certain.  (4) The employer shall comply with the law of the state of the obligor's principal place of employment for withholding from income with respect to:    (a) The employer's fee for processing an income withholding order;     (b) The maximum amount permitted to be withheld from the obligor's income; and              (c) The times within which the employer must implement the withholding order and forward the child support payment.        NEW SECTION. Sec. 920. A new section is added to chapter 26.21 RCW to read as follows:      COMPLIANCE WITH MULTIPLE INCOME WITHHOLDING ORDERS. If an obligor's employer receives multiple income-withholding orders with respect to the earnings of the same obligor, the employer satisfies the terms of the multiple orders if the employer complies with the law of the state of the obligor's principal place of employment to establish the priorities for withholding and allocating income withheld for multiple child support obligees.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 921. A new section is added to chapter 26.21 RCW to read as follows:      IMMUNITY FROM CIVIL LIABILITY. An employer who complies with an income-withholding order issued in another state in accordance with this article is not subject to civil liability to an individual or agency with regard to the employer's withholding of child support from the obligor's income.            NEW SECTION. Sec. 922. A new section is added to chapter 26.21 RCW to read as follows:      PENALTIES FOR NONCOMPLIANCE. An employer who willfully fails to comply with an income-withholding order issued by another state and received for enforcement is subject to the same penalties that may be imposed for noncompliance with an order issued by a tribunal of this state.        NEW SECTION. Sec. 923. A new section is added to chapter 26.21 RCW to read as follows:     CONTEST BY OBLIGOR. (1) An obligor may contest the validity or enforcement of an income-withholding order issued in another state and received directly by an employer in this state in the same manner as if the order had been issued by a tribunal of this state. RCW 26.21.510 applies to the contest.      (2) The obligor shall give notice of the contest to:                 (a) A support enforcement agency providing services to the obligee;      (b) Each employer that has directly received an income-withholding order; and   (c) The person or agency designated to receive payments in the income-withholding order, or if no person or agency is designated, to the obligee.           Sec. 924. RCW 26.21.490 and 1993 c 318 s 602 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) A support order or income-withholding order of another state may be registered in this state by sending the following documents and information to the support enforcement agency of this state or to the superior court of any county in this state where the obligor resides, works, or has property:         (a) A letter of transmittal to the tribunal requesting registration and enforcement;      (b) Two copies, including one certified copy, of all orders to be registered, including any modification of an order;           (c) A sworn statement by the party seeking registration or a certified statement by the custodian of the records showing the amount of any arrearage;      (d) The name of the obligor and, if known:            (i) The obligor's address and social security number;             (ii) The name and address of the obligor's employer and any other source of income of the obligor; and             (iii) A description and the location of property of the obligor in this state not exempt from execution; and                (e) The name and address of the obligee and, if applicable, the agency or person to whom support payments are to be remitted.            (2) On receipt of a request for registration, the registering tribunal shall cause the order to be filed as a foreign judgment, together with one copy of the documents and information, regardless of their form.               (3) A petition or comparable pleading seeking a remedy that must be affirmatively sought under other law of this state may be filed at the same time as the request for registration or later. The pleading must specify the grounds for the remedy sought.   Sec. 925. RCW 26.21.520 and 1993 c 318 s 605 are each amended to read as follows:          (1) When a support order or income-withholding order issued in another state is registered, the registering tribunal shall notify the nonregistering party. ((Notice must be given by certified or registered mail or by any means of personal service authorized by the law of this state.)) The notice must be accompanied by a copy of the registered order and the documents and relevant information accompanying the order.           (2) The notice must inform the nonregistering party:             (a) That a registered order is enforceable as of the date of registration in the same manner as an order issued by a tribunal of this state;   (b) That a hearing to contest the validity or enforcement of the registered order must be requested within twenty days after the date of receipt by certified or registered mail or personal service of the notice given to a nonregistering party within the state and within sixty days after the date of receipt by certified or registered mail or personal service of the notice on a nonregistering party outside of the state;           (c) That failure to contest the validity or enforcement of the registered order in a timely manner will result in confirmation of the order and enforcement of the order and the alleged arrearages and precludes further contest of that order with respect to any matter that could have been asserted; and         (d) Of the amount of any alleged arrearages.          (3) Upon registration of an income-withholding order for enforcement, the registering tribunal shall notify the obligor's employer pursuant to the income-withholding law of this state.   Sec. 926. RCW 26.21.530 and 1993 c 318 s 606 are each amended to read as follows:              (1) A nonregistering party seeking to contest the validity or enforcement of a registered order in this state shall request a hearing within twenty days after the date of receipt of certified or registered mail or the date of personal service of notice of the registration on the nonmoving party within this state, or, within sixty days after the receipt of certified or registered mail or personal service of the notice on the nonmoving party outside of the state. The nonregistering party may seek to vacate the registration, to assert any defense to an allegation of noncompliance with the registered order, or to contest the remedies being sought or the amount of any alleged arrearages pursuant to RCW 26.21.540.          (2) If the nonregistering party fails to contest the validity or enforcement of the registered order in a timely manner, the order is confirmed by operation of law. (3) If a nonregistering party requests a hearing to contest the validity or enforcement of the registered order, the registering tribunal shall schedule the matter for hearing and give notice to the parties ((by first class mail)) of the date, time, and place of the hearing.        Sec. 927. RCW 26.21.580 and 1993 c 318 s 611 are each amended to read as follows:                  (1) After a child support order issued in another state has been registered in this state, the responding tribunal of this state may modify that order only if((,)) section 929 of this act does not apply and after notice and hearing((,)) it finds that:           (a) The following requirements are met:                (i) The child, the individual obligee, and the obligor do not reside in the issuing state;           (ii) A petitioner who is a nonresident of this state seeks modification; and                     (iii) The respondent is subject to the personal jurisdiction of the tribunal of this state; or                (b) ((An individual party or)) The child, or a party who is an individual, is subject to the personal jurisdiction of the tribunal of this state and all of the ((individual)) parties who are individuals have filed ((a)) written consents in the issuing tribunal ((providing that)) for a tribunal of this state ((may)) to modify the support order and assume continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over the order. However, if the issuing state is a foreign jurisdiction that has not enacted a law or established procedures substantially similar to the procedures under the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act, the consent otherwise required of an individual residing in this state is not required for the tribunal to assume jurisdiction to modify the child support order.      (2) Modification of a registered child support order is subject to the same requirements, procedures, and defenses that apply to the modification of an order issued by a tribunal of this state and the order may be enforced and satisfied in the same manner.      (3) A tribunal of this state may not modify any aspect of a child support order that may not be modified under the law of the issuing state. If two or more tribunals have issued child support orders for the same obligor and child, the order that controls and must be so recognized under RCW 26.21.135 establishes the aspects of the support order that are nonmodifiable.            (4) On issuance of an order modifying a child support order issued in another state, a tribunal of this state becomes the tribunal ((of)) having continuing, exclusive jurisdiction.                 (((5) Within thirty days after issuance of a modified child support order, the party obtaining the modification shall file a certified copy of the order with the issuing tribunal which had continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over the earlier order, and in each tribunal in which the party knows that earlier order has been registered.))          Sec. 928. RCW 26.21.590 and 1993 c 318 s 612 are each amended to read as follows:       A tribunal of this state shall recognize a modification of its earlier child support order by a tribunal of another state that assumed jurisdiction pursuant to the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act or a law substantially similar to this chapter and, upon request, except as otherwise provided in this chapter, shall:      (1) Enforce the order that was modified only as to amounts accruing before the modification;            (2) Enforce only nonmodifiable aspects of that order;      (3) Provide other appropriate relief only for violations of that order which occurred before the effective date of the modification; and          (4) Recognize the modifying order of the other state, upon registration, for the purpose of enforcement.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 929. A new section is added to chapter 26.21 RCW to read as follows:          JURISDICTION TO MODIFY CHILD SUPPORT ORDER OF ANOTHER STATE IF INDIVIDUAL PARTIES RESIDE IN THIS STATE. (1) If all of the parties who are individuals reside in this state and the child does not reside in the issuing state, a tribunal of this state has jurisdiction to enforce and to modify the issuing state's child support order in a proceeding to register that order.                  (2) A tribunal of this state exercising jurisdiction under this section shall apply the provisions of Articles 1 and 2, this article, and the procedural and substantive law of this state to the proceeding for enforcement or modification. Articles 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8 of this chapter do not apply.       NEW SECTION. Sec. 930. A new section is added to chapter 26.21 RCW to read as follows:               NOTICE TO ISSUING TRIBUNAL OF MODIFICATION. Within thirty days after issuance of a modified child support order, the party obtaining the modification shall file a certified copy of the order with the issuing tribunal that had continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over the earlier order, and in each tribunal in which the party knows the earlier order has been registered. A party who obtains the order and fails to file a certified copy is subject to appropriate sanctions by a tribunal in which the issue of failure to file arises. The failure to file does not affect the validity or enforceability of the modified order of the new tribunal having continuing, exclusive jurisdiction.      Sec. 931. RCW 26.21.620 and 1993 c 318 s 701 are each amended to read as follows:       (1) A tribunal of this state may serve as an initiating or responding tribunal in a proceeding brought under this chapter or a law or procedure substantially similar to this chapter, the Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act, or the Revised Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act to determine that the petitioner is a parent of a particular child or to determine that a respondent is a parent of that child.          (2) In a proceeding to determine parentage, a responding tribunal of this state shall apply the Uniform Parentage Act, chapter 26.26 RCW, procedural and substantive law of this state, and the rules of this state on choice of law.  NEW SECTION. Sec. 932. A new section is added to chapter 26.21 RCW to read as follows:              ADOPTION OF RULES. The secretary of the department of social and health services shall issue such rules as necessary to act as the administrative tribunal pursuant to RCW 26.21.015.    Sec. 933. RCW 26.23.035 and 1991 c 367 s 38 are each amended to read as follows:              (1) The department of social and health services shall adopt rules for the distribution of support money collected by the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support. These rules shall:        (a) Comply with ((42 U.S.C. Sec. 657)) Title IV-D of the federal social security act as amended by the personal responsibility and work opportunity reconciliation act of 1996;   (b) Direct the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support to distribute support money within eight days of receipt, unless one of the following circumstances, or similar circumstances specified in the rules, prevents prompt distribution:             (i) The location of the custodial parent is unknown;      (ii) The support debt is in litigation;       (iii) The ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support cannot identify the responsible parent or the custodian;                 (c) Provide for proportionate distribution of support payments if the responsible parent owes a support obligation or a support debt for two or more Title IV-D cases; and             (d) Authorize the distribution of support money, except money collected under 42 U.S.C. Sec. 664, to satisfy a support debt owed to the IV-D custodian before the debt owed to the state when the custodian stops receiving a public assistance grant.      (2) The ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support may distribute support payments to the payee under the support order or to another person who has lawful physical custody of the child or custody with the payee's consent. The payee may file an application for an adjudicative proceeding to challenge distribution to such other person. Prior to distributing support payments to any person other than the payee, the registry shall:  (a) Obtain a written statement from the child's physical custodian, under penalty of perjury, that the custodian has lawful custody of the child or custody with the payee's consent;             (b) Mail to the responsible parent and to the payee at the payee's last known address a copy of the physical custodian's statement and a notice which states that support payments will be sent to the physical custodian; and           (c) File a copy of the notice with the clerk of the court that entered the original support order.      (3) If the Washington state support registry distributes a support payment to a person in error, the registry may obtain restitution by means of a set-off against future payments received on behalf of the person receiving the erroneous payment, or may act according to RCW 74.20A.270 as deemed appropriate. Any set-off against future support payments shall be limited to amounts collected on the support debt and ten percent of amounts collected as current support.       (4) The division of child support shall ensure that the fifty dollar pass through payment, as required by 42 U.S.C. Sec. 657 before the adoption of P.L. 104-193, is terminated immediately upon the effective date of this section and all rules to the contrary adopted before the effective date of this section are without force and effect.         Sec. 934. RCW 74.20A.030 and 1993 sp.s. c 24 s 926 are each amended to read as follows:             (1) The department shall be subrogated to the right of any dependent child or children or person having the care, custody, and control of said child or children, if public assistance money is paid to or for the benefit of the child under a state program funded under Title IV-A of the federal social security act as amended by the personal responsibility and work opportunity reconciliation act of 1996, to prosecute or maintain any support action or execute any administrative remedy existing under the laws of the state of Washington to obtain reimbursement of moneys expended, based on the support obligation of the responsible parent established by a superior court order or RCW 74.20A.055. Distribution of any support moneys shall be made in accordance with ((42 U.S.C. Sec. 657)) RCW 26.23.035.      (2) The department may initiate, continue, maintain, or execute an action to establish, enforce, and collect a support obligation, including establishing paternity and performing related services, under this chapter and chapter 74.20 RCW, or through the attorney general or prosecuting attorney under chapter 26.09, 26.18, 26.20, 26.21, 26.23, or 26.26 RCW or other appropriate statutes or the common law of this state, for so long as and under such conditions as the department may establish by regulation.      (3) Public assistance moneys shall be exempt from collection action under this chapter except as provided in RCW 74.20A.270.              (4) No collection action shall be taken against parents of children eligible for admission to, or children who have been discharged from a residential habilitation center as defined by RCW 71A.10.020(7). For the period July 1, 1993, through June 30, 1995, a collection action may be taken against parents of children with developmental disabilities who are placed in community-based residential care. The amount of support the department may collect from the parents shall not exceed one-half of the parents' support obligation accrued while the child was in community-based residential care. The child support obligation shall be calculated pursuant to chapter 26.19 RCW.  Sec. 935. RCW 74.20.320 and 1979 ex.s. c 171 s 17 are each amended to read as follows:      Whenever a custodian of children, or other person, receives support moneys paid to them which moneys are paid in whole or in part in satisfaction of a support obligation which has been assigned to the department pursuant to ((42 U.S.C. Sec. 602(A)(26)(a))) Title IV-A of the federal social security act as amended by the personal responsibility and work opportunity reconciliation act of 1996 or RCW 74.20.330 or to which the department is owed a debt pursuant to RCW 74.20A.030, the moneys shall be remitted to the department within eight days of receipt by the custodian or other person. If not so remitted the custodian or other person shall be indebted to the department as a support debt in an amount equal to the amount of the support money received and not remitted.             By not paying over the moneys to the department, a custodial parent or other person is deemed, without the necessity of signing any document, to have made an irrevocable assignment to the department of any support delinquency owed which is not already assigned to the department or to any support delinquency which may accrue in the future in an amount equal to the amount of support money retained. The department may utilize the collection procedures in chapter 74.20A RCW to collect the assigned delinquency to effect recoupment and satisfaction of the debt incurred by reason of the failure of the custodial parent or other person to remit. The department is also authorized to make a set-off to effect satisfaction of the debt by deduction from support moneys in its possession or in the possession of any clerk of the court or other forwarding agent which are paid to the custodial parent or other person for the satisfaction of any support delinquency. Nothing in this section authorizes the department to make set-off as to current support paid during the month for which the payment is due and owing.         Sec. 936. RCW 74.20.330 and 1989 c 360 s 13 are each amended to read as follows:              (1) Whenever public assistance is paid under ((this title)) a state program funded under Title IV-A of the federal social security act as amended by the personal responsibility and work opportunity reconciliation act of 1996, each applicant or recipient is deemed to have made assignment to the department of any rights to a support obligation from any other person the applicant or recipient may have in his or her own behalf or in behalf of any other family member for whom the applicant or recipient is applying for or receiving public assistance, including any unpaid support obligation or support debt which has accrued at the time the assignment is made.       (2) Payment of public assistance under ((this title)) a state program funded under Title IV-A of the federal social security act as amended by the personal responsibility and work opportunity reconciliation act of 1996 shall:                 (a) Operate as an assignment by operation of law; and          (b) Constitute an authorization to the department to provide the assistance recipient with support enforcement services.      Sec. 937. RCW 70.58.080 and 1989 c 55 s 2 are each amended to read as follows:              (1) Within ten days after the birth of any child, the attending physician, midwife, or his or her agent shall:          (a) Fill out a certificate of birth, giving all of the particulars required, including: (i) The mother's name and date of birth, and (ii) if the mother and father are married at the time of birth or the father has signed an acknowledgment of paternity, the father's name and date of birth; and           (b) File the certificate of birth together with the mother's and father's social security numbers with the ((local)) state registrar of ((the district in which the birth occurred)) vital statistics.          (2) The local registrar shall forward the birth certificate, any signed affidavit acknowledging paternity, and the mother's and father's social security numbers to the state office of vital statistics pursuant to RCW 70.58.030.          (3) The state ((office)) registrar of vital statistics shall make available to the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support the birth certificates, the mother's and father's social security numbers and paternity affidavits.    (4) Upon the birth of a child to an unmarried woman, the attending physician, midwife, or his or her agent shall:           (a) Provide an opportunity for the child's mother and natural father to complete an affidavit acknowledging paternity. The completed affidavit shall be filed with the ((local)) state registrar of vital statistics. The affidavit shall contain or have attached:                (i) A sworn statement by the mother consenting to the assertion of paternity and stating that this is the only possible father;               (ii) A statement by the father that he is the natural father of the child;  (iii) A sworn statement signed by the mother and the putative father that each has been given notice, both orally and in writing, of the alternatives to, the legal consequences of, and the rights, including, if one parent is a minor, any rights afforded due to minority status, and responsibilities that arise from, signing the affidavit acknowledging paternity;         (iv) Written information, furnished by the department of social and health services, explaining the implications of signing, including parental rights and responsibilities; and                  (((iv))) (v) The social security numbers of both parents.      (b) Provide written information and oral information, furnished by the department of social and health services, to the mother and the father regarding the benefits of having ((her)) the child's paternity established and of the availability of paternity establishment services, including a request for support enforcement services. The oral and written information shall also include information regarding the alternatives to, the legal consequences of, and the rights, including, if one parent is a minor any rights afforded due to minority status, and responsibilities that arise from, signing the affidavit acknowledging paternity.   (5) The physician or midwife or his or her agent is entitled to reimbursement for reasonable costs, which the department shall establish by rule, when an affidavit acknowledging paternity is filed with the state ((office)) registrar of vital statistics.             (6) If there is no attending physician or midwife, the father or mother of the child, householder or owner of the premises, manager or superintendent of the public or private institution in which the birth occurred, shall notify the local registrar, within ten days after the birth, of the fact of the birth, and the local registrar shall secure the necessary information and signature to make a proper certificate of birth.        (7) When an infant is found for whom no certificate of birth is known to be on file, a birth certificate shall be filed within the time and in the form prescribed by the state board of health.                  (8) When no putative father is named on a birth certificate of a child born to an unwed mother the mother may give any surname she so desires to her child but shall designate in space provided for father's name on the birth certificate "None Named".         Sec. 938. RCW 26.26.040 and 1994 c 230 s 14 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) A man is presumed to be the natural father of a child for all intents and purposes if:      (a) He and the child's natural mother are or have been married to each other and the child is born during the marriage, or within three hundred days after the marriage is terminated by death, annulment, declaration of invalidity, divorce, or dissolution, or after a decree of separation is entered by a court; or                 (b) Before the child's birth, he and the child's natural mother have attempted to marry each other by a marriage solemnized in apparent compliance with law, although the attempted marriage is or could be declared invalid, and the child is born within three hundred days after the termination of cohabitation;      (c) After the child's birth, he and the child's natural mother have married, or attempted to marry, each other by a marriage solemnized in apparent compliance with law, although the attempted marriage is or could be declared invalid, and         (i) He has acknowledged his paternity of the child in writing filed with the state registrar of vital statistics,           (ii) With his consent, he is named as the child's father on the child's birth certificate, or        (iii) He is obligated to support the child under a written voluntary promise or by court order;              (d) While the child is under the age of majority, he receives the child into his home and openly holds out the child as his child;             (e) He acknowledges his paternity of the child pursuant to RCW 70.58.080 or in a writing filed with the state ((office)) registrar of vital statistics, which shall promptly inform the mother of the filing of the acknowledgment, if she does not dispute the acknowledgment within a reasonable time after being informed thereof, in a writing filed with the state registrar of vital statistics. An acknowledgment of paternity under RCW 70.58.080 shall be a legal finding of paternity of the child sixty days after the acknowledgment is filed with the center for health statistics unless the acknowledgment is sooner rescinded or challenged. After the sixty-day period has passed, the acknowledgment may be challenged in court only on the basis of fraud, duress, or material mistake of fact, with the burden of proof upon the challenger. Legal responsibilities of the challenger, including child support obligations, may not be suspended during the challenge, except for good cause shown. Judicial and administrative proceedings are neither required nor permitted to ratify an unchallenged acknowledgment of paternity filed after the effective date of this section. In order to enforce rights of residential time, custody, and visitation, a man presumed to be the father as a result of filing a written acknowledgment must seek appropriate judicial orders under this title;        (f) The United States immigration and naturalization service made or accepted a determination that he was the father of the child at the time of the child's entry into the United States and he had the opportunity at the time of the child's entry into the United States to admit or deny the paternal relationship; or         (g) Genetic testing indicates a ninety-eight percent or greater probability of paternity.             (2) A presumption under this section may be rebutted in an appropriate action only by clear, cogent, and convincing evidence. If two or more presumptions arise which conflict with each other, the presumption which on the facts is founded on the weightier considerations of policy and logic controls. The presumption is rebutted by a court decree establishing paternity of the child by another man.          NEW SECTION. Sec. 939. A new section is added to chapter 26.26 RCW to read as follows:      PROOF OF CERTAIN SUPPORT AND PATERNITY ESTABLISHMENT COSTS. In all actions brought under this chapter, bills for pregnancy, childbirth, and genetic testing shall:           (1) Be admissible as evidence without requiring third-party foundation testimony; and      (2) Constitute prima facie evidence of amounts incurred for such services or for testing on behalf of the child.                  Sec. 940. RCW 74.20A.055 and 1996 c 21 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) The secretary may, in the absence of a superior court order, or pursuant to an establishment of paternity under chapter 26.26 RCW, serve on the responsible parent or parents a notice and finding of financial responsibility requiring a responsible parent or parents to appear and show cause in an adjudicative proceeding why the finding of responsibility and/or the amount thereof is incorrect, should not be finally ordered, but should be rescinded or modified. This notice and finding shall relate to the support debt accrued and/or accruing under this chapter and/or RCW 26.16.205, including periodic payments to be made in the future. The hearing shall be held pursuant to this section, chapter 34.05 RCW, the Administrative Procedure Act, and the rules of the department.      (2) The notice and finding of financial responsibility shall be served in the same manner prescribed for the service of a summons in a civil action or may be served on the responsible parent by certified mail, return receipt requested. The receipt shall be prima facie evidence of service. The notice shall be served upon the debtor within sixty days from the date the state assumes responsibility for the support of the dependent child or children on whose behalf support is sought. If the notice is not served within sixty days from such date, the department shall lose the right to reimbursement of payments made after the sixty-day period and before the date of notification: PROVIDED, That if the department exercises reasonable efforts to locate the debtor and is unable to do so the entire sixty-day period is tolled until such time as the debtor can be located.   (3) The notice and finding of financial responsibility shall set forth the amount the department has determined the responsible parent owes, the support debt accrued and/or accruing, and periodic payments to be made in the future. The notice and finding shall also include:       (a) A statement of the name of the recipient or custodian and the name of the child or children for whom support is sought;      (b) A statement of the amount of periodic future support payments as to which financial responsibility is alleged;             (c) A statement that the responsible parent may object to all or any part of the notice and finding, and file an application for an adjudicative proceeding to show cause why said responsible parent should not be determined to be liable for any or all of the debt, past and future;                   (d) ((A statement that the alleged responsible parent may challenge the presumption of paternity;         (e))) A statement that, if the responsible parent fails in timely fashion to file an application for an adjudicative proceeding, the support debt and payments stated in the notice and finding, including periodic support payments in the future, shall be assessed and determined and ordered by the department and that this debt and amounts due under the notice shall be subject to collection action;   (((f))) (e) A statement that the property of the debtor, without further advance notice or hearing, will be subject to lien and foreclosure, distraint, seizure and sale, order to withhold and deliver, notice of payroll deduction or other collection action to satisfy the debt and enforce the support obligation established under the notice.          (4) A responsible parent who objects to the notice and finding of financial responsibility may file an application for an adjudicative proceeding within twenty days of the date of service of the notice or thereafter as provided under this subsection. An adjudicative proceeding shall be held in the county of residence or other place convenient to the responsible parent.            (a) If the responsible parent files the application within twenty days, the department shall schedule an adjudicative proceeding to hear the parent's objection and determine the parents' support obligation for the entire period covered by the notice and finding of financial responsibility. The filing of the application stays collection action pending the entry of a final administrative order;      (b) If the responsible parent fails to file an application within twenty days, the notice and finding shall become a final administrative order. The amounts for current and future support and the support debt stated in the notice are final and subject to collection, except as provided under (c) and (d) of this subsection;        (c) If the responsible parent files the application more than twenty days after, but within one year of the date of service, the department shall schedule an adjudicative proceeding to hear the parents' objection and determine the parent's support obligation for the entire period covered by the notice and finding of financial responsibility. The filing of the application does not stay further collection action, pending the entry of a final administrative order, and does not affect any prior collection action;   (d) If the responsible parent files the application more than one year after the date of service, the department shall schedule an adjudicative proceeding at which the responsible parent must show good cause for failure to file a timely application. The filing of the application does not stay future collection action and does not affect prior collection action:        (i) If the presiding officer finds that good cause exists, the presiding officer shall proceed to hear the parent's objection to the notice and determine the parent's support obligation;         (ii) If the presiding officer finds that good cause does not exist, the presiding officer shall treat the application as a petition for prospective modification of the amount for current and future support established under the notice and finding. In the modification proceeding, the presiding officer shall set current and future support under chapter 26.19 RCW. The responsible parent need show neither good cause nor a substantial change of circumstances to justify modification of current and future support;   (e) The department shall retain and/or shall not refund support money collected more than twenty days after the date of service of the notice. Money withheld as the result of collection action shall be delivered to the department. The department shall distribute such money, as provided in published rules.         (5)(((a))) If an application for an adjudicative proceeding is filed, the presiding or reviewing officer shall determine the past liability and responsibility, if any, of the alleged responsible parent and shall also determine the amount of periodic payments to be made in the future, which amount is not limited by the amount of any public assistance payment made to or for the benefit of the child. If deviating from the child support schedule in making these determinations, the presiding or reviewing officer shall apply the standards contained in the child support schedule and enter written findings of fact supporting the deviation.           (((b) If a responsible parent provides credible evidence at an adjudicative proceeding that would rebut the presumption of paternity set forth in RCW 26.26.040, the presiding officer shall direct the department to refer the issue for scheduling of an appropriate hearing in superior court to determine whether the presumption should be rebutted.))           (6) If the responsible parent fails to attend or participate in the hearing or other stage of an adjudicative proceeding, upon a showing of valid service, the presiding officer shall enter an administrative order declaring the support debt and payment provisions stated in the notice and finding of financial responsibility to be assessed and determined and subject to collection action.      (7) The final administrative order establishing liability and/or future periodic support payments shall be superseded upon entry of a superior court order for support to the extent the superior court order is inconsistent with the administrative order.                (8) Debts determined pursuant to this section, accrued and not paid, are subject to collection action under this chapter without further necessity of action by a presiding or reviewing officer.          Sec. 941. RCW 74.20A.056 and 1994 c 230 s 19 and 1994 c 146 s 5 are each reenacted and amended to read as follows:      (1) If an alleged father has signed an affidavit acknowledging paternity which has been filed with the state ((office)) registrar of vital statistics before July 1, 1997, the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support may serve a notice and finding of parental responsibility on him. Procedures for and responsibility resulting from acknowledgments filed after July 1, 1997, are in subsections (8) and (9) of this section. Service of the notice shall be in the same manner as a summons in a civil action or by certified mail, return receipt requested. The notice shall have attached to it a copy of the affidavit or certification of birth record information advising of the existence of a filed affidavit, provided by the ((center for health)) state registrar of vital statistics, and shall state that:           (a) The alleged father may file an application for an adjudicative proceeding at which he will be required to appear and show cause why the amount stated in the finding of financial responsibility as to support is incorrect and should not be ordered;              (b) An alleged father may request that a blood or genetic test be administered to determine whether such test would exclude him from being a natural parent and, if not excluded, may subsequently request that the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support initiate an action in superior court to determine the existence of the parent-child relationship; and           (c) If the alleged father does not request that a blood or genetic test be administered or file an application for an adjudicative proceeding, the amount of support stated in the notice and finding of parental responsibility shall become final, subject only to a subsequent determination under RCW 26.26.060 that the parent-child relationship does not exist.          (2) An alleged father who objects to the amount of support requested in the notice may file an application for an adjudicative proceeding up to twenty days after the date the notice was served. An application for an adjudicative proceeding may be filed within one year of service of the notice and finding of parental responsibility without the necessity for a showing of good cause or upon a showing of good cause thereafter. An adjudicative proceeding under this section shall be pursuant to RCW 74.20A.055. The only issues shall be the amount of the accrued debt, the amount of the current and future support obligation, and the reimbursement of the costs of blood or genetic tests if advanced by the department.       (3) If the application for an adjudicative proceeding is filed within twenty days of service of the notice, collection action shall be stayed pending a final decision by the department. If no application is filed within twenty days:           (a) The amounts in the notice shall become final and the debt created therein shall be subject to collection action; and      (b) Any amounts so collected shall neither be refunded nor returned if the alleged father is later found not to be a responsible parent.            (4) An alleged father who denies being a responsible parent may request that a blood or genetic test be administered at any time. The request for testing shall be in writing and served on the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support personally or by registered or certified mail. If a request for testing is made, the department shall arrange for the test and, pursuant to rules adopted by the department, may advance the cost of such testing. The department shall mail a copy of the test results by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the alleged father's last known address.             (5) If the test excludes the alleged father from being a natural parent, the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support shall file a copy of the results with the state ((office)) registrar of vital statistics and shall dismiss any pending administrative collection proceedings based upon the affidavit in issue. The state ((office)) registrar of vital statistics shall remove the alleged father's name from the birth certificate and change the child's surname to be the same as the mother's maiden name as stated on the birth certificate, or any other name which the mother may select.             (6) The alleged father may, within twenty days after the date of receipt of the test results, request the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support to initiate an action under RCW 26.26.060 to determine the existence of the parent-child relationship. If the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support initiates a superior court action at the request of the alleged father and the decision of the court is that the alleged father is a natural parent, the alleged father shall be liable for court costs incurred.               (7) If the alleged father does not request the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support to initiate a superior court action, or if the alleged father fails to appear and cooperate with blood or genetic testing, the notice of parental responsibility shall become final for all intents and purposes and may be overturned only by a subsequent superior court order entered under RCW 26.26.060.    (8)(a) If an alleged father has signed an affidavit acknowledging paternity that has been filed with the state registrar of vital statistics after July 1, 1997, within sixty days from the date of filing of the acknowledgment:         (i) The division of child support may serve a notice and finding of parental responsibility on him as set forth under this section; and             (ii) The alleged father or any other signatory may rescind his acknowledgment of paternity. The rescission shall be notarized and delivered to the state registrar of vital statistics personally or by registered or certified mail. The state registrar shall remove the father's name from the birth certificate and change the child's surname to be the same as the mother's maiden name as stated on the birth certificate or any other name that the mother may select. The state registrar shall file rescission notices in a sealed file. All future paternity actions on behalf of the child in question shall be performed under court order.          (b) If the alleged father does not file an application for an adjudicative proceeding or rescind his acknowledgment of paternity, the amount of support stated in the notice and finding of parental responsibility becomes final, subject only to a subsequent determination under RCW 26.26.060 that the parent-child relationship does not exist.               (c) An alleged father who objects to the amount of support requested in the notice may file an application for an adjudicative proceeding up to twenty days after the date the notice was served. An application for an adjudicative proceeding may be filed within one year of service of the notice and finding of parental responsibility without the necessity for a showing of good cause or upon a showing of good cause thereafter. An adjudicative proceeding under this section shall be pursuant to RCW 74.20A.055. The only issues shall be the amount of the accrued debt and the amount of the current and future support obligation.          (i) If the application for an adjudicative proceeding is filed within twenty days of service of the notice, collection action shall be stayed pending a final decision by the department.  (ii) If the application for an adjudicative proceeding is not filed within twenty days of the service of the notice, any amounts collected under the notice shall be neither refunded nor returned if the alleged father is later found not to be a responsible parent.             (d) If an alleged father makes a request for genetic testing, the department shall proceed as set forth under section 901 of this act.  (e) If the alleged father does not request an adjudicative proceeding, or if the alleged father fails to rescind his filed acknowledgment of paternity, the notice of parental responsibility becomes final for all intents and purposes and may be overturned only by a subsequent superior court order entered under RCW 26.26.060.               (9) Affidavits acknowledging paternity that are filed after July 1, 1997, are subject to requirements of chapters 26.26 and 70.58 RCW.   (10) The department and the department of health may adopt rules to implement the requirements under this section.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 942. A new section is added to chapter 26.18 RCW to read as follows:      CHILD SUPPORT LIENS--CREATION--ATTACHMENT. Child support debts, not paid when due, become liens by operation of law against all property of the debtor with priority of a secured creditor. This lien shall be separate and apart from, and in addition to, any other lien created by, or provided for, in this title. The lien attaches to all real and personal property of the debtor on the date of filing with the county auditor of the county in which the property is located.                 Sec. 943. RCW 26.23.040 and 1994 c 127 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:              (1) Except as provided in subsection (3) of this section, all employers doing business in the state of Washington, and to whom the department of employment security has assigned the standard industrial classification sic codes listed in subsection (2) of this section, shall report to the Washington state support registry:           (a) The hiring of any person who resides or works in this state to whom the employer anticipates paying earnings; and   (b) The rehiring or return to work of any employee who was laid off, furloughed, separated, granted a leave without pay, or terminated from employment.              (2) Employers in the standard industrial classifications that shall report to the Washington state support registry include:       (a) Construction industry sic codes: 15, general building; 16, heavy construction; and 17, special trades;      (b) Manufacturing industry sic code 37, transportation equipment;       (c) Business services sic codes: 73, except sic code 7363 (temporary help supply services); and health services sic code 80.                 (3) Employers are not required to report the hiring of any person who:      (a) Will be employed for less than one months duration;       (b) Will be employed sporadically so that the employee will be paid for less than three hundred fifty hours during a continuous six-month period; or     (c) Will have gross earnings less than three hundred dollars in every month.                The secretary of the department of social and health services may adopt rules to establish additional exemptions if needed to reduce unnecessary or burdensome reporting.              (4) Employers may report by mailing the employee's copy of the W-4 form, or other means authorized by the registry which will result in timely reporting.  (5) Employers shall submit reports within thirty-five days of the hiring, rehiring, or return to work of the employee. The report shall contain:       (a) The employee's name, address, social security number, and date of birth; and                     (b) The employer's name, address, and employment security reference number or unified business identifier number.      (6) An employer who fails to report as required under this section shall be given a written warning for the first violation and shall be subject to a civil penalty of up to two hundred dollars per month for each subsequent violation after the warning has been given. All violations within a single month shall be considered a single violation for purposes of assessing the penalty. The penalty may be imposed and collected by the ((office of support enforcement)) division of child support under ((RCW 74.20A.270)) section 893 of this act.        (7) ((The registry shall retain the information for a particular employee only if the registry is responsible for establishing, enforcing, or collecting a support obligation or debt of the employee. If the employee does not owe such an obligation or a debt, the registry shall not create a record regarding the employee and the information contained in the notice shall be promptly destroyed. Prior to the destruction of the notice, the department of social and health services shall make the information contained in the notice available to other state agencies, based upon the written request of an agency's director or chief executive, specifically for comparison with records or information possessed by the requesting agency to detect improper or fraudulent claims. If, after comparison, no such situation is found or reasonably suspected to exist, the information shall be promptly destroyed by the requesting agency. Requesting agencies that obtain information from the department of social and health services under this section shall maintain the confidentiality of the information received, except as necessary to implement the agencies' responsibilities.)) The registry shall retain the information for a particular employee only if the registry is responsible for establishing, enforcing, or collecting a support debt of the employee. The registry may, however, retain information for a particular employee for as long as may be necessary to:    (a) Transmit the information to the national directory of new hires as required under federal law; or    (b) Provide the information to other state agencies for comparison with records or information possessed by those agencies as required by law.          Information that is not permitted to be retained shall be promptly destroyed. Agencies that obtain information from the department of social and health services under this section shall maintain the confidentiality of the information received, except as necessary to implement the agencies' responsibilities.        Sec. 944. RCW 26.23.040 and 1997 c ... s 943 (section 943 of this act) are each amended to read as follows:     (1) ((Except as provided in subsection (3) of this section,)) All employers doing business in the state of Washington, and to whom the department of employment security has assigned ((the)) a standard industrial classification sic code((s listed in subsection (2) of this section,)) shall report to the Washington state support registry:      (a) The hiring of any person who resides or works in this state to whom the employer anticipates paying earnings; and     (b) The rehiring or return to work of any employee who was laid off, furloughed, separated, granted a leave without pay, or terminated from employment.      (((2) Employers in the standard industrial classifications that shall report to the Washington state support registry include:      (a) Construction industry sic codes: 15, general building; 16, heavy construction; and 17, special trades;           (b) Manufacturing industry sic code 37, transportation equipment;         (c) Business services sic codes: 73, except sic code 7363 (temporary help supply services); and health services sic code 80.           (3) Employers are not required to report the hiring of any person who:                 (a) Will be employed for less than one months duration;             (b) Will be employed sporadically so that the employee will be paid for less than three hundred fifty hours during a continuous six-month period; or     (c) Will have gross earnings less than three hundred dollars in every month.))     The secretary of the department of social and health services may adopt rules to establish additional exemptions if needed to reduce unnecessary or burdensome reporting.           (((4))) (2) Employers may report by mailing the employee's copy of the W-4 form, or other means authorized by the registry which will result in timely reporting.            (((5))) (3) Employers shall submit reports within ((thirty-five)) twenty days of the hiring, rehiring, or return to work of the employee, except as provided in subsection (4) of this section. The report shall contain:     (a) The employee's name, address, social security number, and date of birth; and                 (b) The employer's name, address, ((and)) employment security reference number ((or)), unified business identifier number and identifying number assigned under section 6109 of the internal revenue code of 1986.      (((6))) (4) In the case of an employer transmitting reports magnetically or electronically, the employer shall report newly hired employees by two monthly transmissions, if necessary, not less than twelve days nor more than sixteen days apart.   (5) An employer who fails to report as required under this section shall be given a written warning for the first violation and shall be subject to a civil penalty of up to two hundred dollars per month for each subsequent violation after the warning has been given. All violations within a single month shall be considered a single violation for purposes of assessing the penalty. The penalty may be imposed and collected by the division of child support under RCW 74.20A.--- (section 893 of this act).              (((7))) (6) The registry shall retain the information for a particular employee only if the registry is responsible for establishing, enforcing, or collecting a support debt of the employee. The registry may, however, retain information for a particular employee for as long as may be necessary to:              (a) Transmit the information to the national directory of new hires as required under federal law; or     (b) Provide the information to other state agencies for comparison with records or information possessed by those agencies as required by law.         Information that is not permitted to be retained shall be promptly destroyed. Agencies that obtain information from the department of social and health services under this section shall maintain the confidentiality of the information received, except as necessary to implement the agencies' responsibilities.  Sec. 945. RCW 26.09.020 and 1989 1st ex.s. c 9 s 204 and 1989 c 375 s 3 are each reenacted and amended to read as follows:   (1) A petition in a proceeding for dissolution of marriage, legal separation, or for a declaration concerning the validity of a marriage, shall allege the following:                (a) The last known residence of each party;           (b) The social security number of each party;      (c) The date and place of the marriage;  (((c))) (d) If the parties are separated the date on which the separation occurred;            (((d))) (e) The names, ages, and addresses of any child dependent upon either or both spouses and whether the wife is pregnant;      (((e))) (f) Any arrangements as to the residential schedule of, decision making for, dispute resolution for, and support of the children and the maintenance of a spouse;        (((f))) (g) A statement specifying whether there is community or separate property owned by the parties to be disposed of;   (((g))) (h) The relief sought.              (2) Either or both parties to the marriage may initiate the proceeding.  (3) The petitioner shall complete and file with the petition a certificate under RCW 70.58.200 on the form provided by the department of health.      Sec. 946. RCW 26.26.100 and 1994 c 230 s 15 and 1994 c 146 s 1 are each reenacted and amended to read as follows:      (1) The court may, and upon request of a party shall, require the child, mother, and any alleged or presumed father who has been made a party to submit to blood tests or genetic tests of blood, tissues, or other bodily fluids. If ((an alleged father)) a party objects to a proposed order requiring ((him to submit to paternity)) blood or genetic tests, the court ((may)) shall require the party making the allegation of possible paternity to provide sworn testimony, by affidavit or otherwise, stating the facts upon which the allegation is based. The court shall order blood or genetic tests if it appears that a reasonable possibility exists that the requisite sexual contact occurred or where nonpaternity is alleged, that the requisite sexual contact did not occur. The tests shall be performed by an expert in paternity blood or genetic testing appointed by the court. The expert's verified report identifying the blood or genetic characteristics observed is admissible in evidence in any hearing or trial in the parentage action, if (a) the alleged or presumed father has had the opportunity to gain information about the security, validity, and interpretation of the tests and the qualifications of any experts, and (b) the report is accompanied by an affidavit from the expert which describes the expert's qualifications as an expert and analyzes and interprets the results. Verified documentation of the chain of custody of the blood or genetic samples tested is admissible to establish the chain of custody. The court may consider published sources as aids to interpretation of the test results.      (2)(a) Any objection to genetic testing results must be made in writing and served upon the opposing party, within twenty days before any hearing at which such results may be introduced into evidence.  (b) If an objection is not made as provided in this subsection, the test results are admissible as evidence of paternity without the need for foundation testimony or other proof of authenticity or accuracy.      (3) The court, upon request by a party, shall order that additional blood or genetic tests be performed by the same or other experts qualified in paternity blood or genetic testing, if the party requesting additional tests advances the full costs of the additional testing within a reasonable time. The court may order additional testing without requiring that the requesting party advance the costs only if another party agrees to advance the costs or if the court finds, after hearing, that (a) the requesting party is indigent, and (b) the laboratory performing the initial tests recommends additional testing or there is substantial evidence to support a finding as to paternity contrary to the initial blood or genetic test results. The court may later order any other party to reimburse the party who advanced the costs of additional testing for all or a portion of the costs.                  (4) In all cases, the court shall determine the number and qualifications of the experts.   Sec. 947. RCW 26.26.130 and 1995 c 246 s 31 are each amended to read as follows:          (1) The judgment and order of the court determining the existence or nonexistence of the parent and child relationship shall be determinative for all purposes.          (2) If the judgment and order of the court is at variance with the child's birth certificate, the court shall order that an amended birth certificate be issued.       (3) The judgment and order shall contain other appropriate provisions directed to the appropriate parties to the proceeding, concerning the duty of current and future support, the extent of any liability for past support furnished to the child if that issue is before the court, the furnishing of bond or other security for the payment of the judgment, or any other matter in the best interest of the child. The judgment and order may direct the father to pay the reasonable expenses of the mother's pregnancy and confinement. The judgment and order may include a continuing restraining order or injunction. In issuing the order, the court shall consider the provisions of RCW 9.41.800.           (4) The judgment and order shall contain the social security numbers of all parties to the order.                 (5) Support judgment and orders shall be for periodic payments which may vary in amount. The court may limit the father's liability for the past support to the child to the proportion of the expenses already incurred as the court deems just. The court shall not limit or affect in any manner the right of nonparties including the state of Washington to seek reimbursement for support and other services previously furnished to the child.   (((5))) (6) After considering all relevant factors, the court shall order either or both parents to pay an amount determined pursuant to the schedule and standards contained in chapter 26.19 RCW.   (((6))) (7) On the same basis as provided in chapter 26.09 RCW, the court shall make residential provisions with regard to minor children of the parties, except that a parenting plan shall not be required unless requested by a party.     (((7))) (8) In any dispute between the natural parents of a child and a person or persons who have (a) commenced adoption proceedings or who have been granted an order of adoption, and (b) pursuant to a court order, or placement by the department of social and health services or by a licensed agency, have had actual custody of the child for a period of one year or more before court action is commenced by the natural parent or parents, the court shall consider the best welfare and interests of the child, including the child's need for situation stability, in determining the matter of custody, and the parent or person who is more fit shall have the superior right to custody.      (((8))) (9) In entering an order under this chapter, the court may issue any necessary continuing restraining orders, including the restraint provisions of domestic violence protection orders under chapter 26.50 RCW or antiharassment protection orders under chapter 10.14 RCW.      (((9))) (10) Restraining orders issued under this section restraining the person from molesting or disturbing another party or from going onto the grounds of or entering the home, workplace, or school of the other party or the day care or school of any child shall prominently bear on the front page of the order the legend: VIOLATION OF THIS ORDER WITH ACTUAL NOTICE OF ITS TERMS IS A CRIMINAL OFFENSE UNDER CHAPTER 26.26 RCW AND WILL SUBJECT A VIOLATOR TO ARREST.        (((10))) (11) The court shall order that any restraining order bearing a criminal offense legend, any domestic violence protection order, or any antiharassment protection order granted under this section be forwarded by the clerk of the court on or before the next judicial day to the appropriate law enforcement agency specified in the order. Upon receipt of the order, the law enforcement agency shall forthwith enter the order into any computer-based criminal intelligence information system available in this state used by law enforcement agencies to list outstanding warrants. The order is fully enforceable in any county in the state.        Sec. 948. RCW 70.58.055 and 1991 c 96 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:             (1) To promote and maintain nation-wide uniformity in the system of vital statistics, the certificates required by this chapter or by the rules adopted under this chapter shall include, as a minimum, the items recommended by the federal agency responsible for national vital statistics including social security numbers.      (2) The state board of health by rule may require additional pertinent information relative to the birth and manner of delivery as it may deem necessary for statistical study. This information shall be placed in a confidential section of the birth certificate form and shall not be subject to the view of the public or for certification purposes except upon order of the court. The state board of health may eliminate from the forms items that it determines are not necessary for statistical study.     (3) Each certificate or other document required by this chapter shall be on a form or in a format prescribed by the state registrar.    (4) All vital records shall contain the data required for registration. No certificate may be held to be complete and correct that does not supply all items of information called for or that does not satisfactorily account for the omission of required items.          (5) Information required in certificates or documents authorized by this chapter may be filed and registered by photographic, electronic, or other means as prescribed by the state registrar.

X. MISCELLANEOUS

      NEW SECTION. Sec. 1001. The legislature finds that, according to the department of health's monitoring system, sixty percent of births to women on medicaid were identified as unintended by the women themselves. The director of the office of financial management shall establish an interagency task force on unintended pregnancy in order to:    (1) Review existing research on the short and long-range costs;      (2) Analyze the impact on the temporary assistance for needy families program; and          (3) Develop and implement a state strategy to reduce unintended pregnancy.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 1002. The following acts or parts of acts are each repealed:            (1) RCW 74.08.120 and 1992 c 108 s 2, 1987 c 75 s 39, 1981 1st ex.s. c 6 s 15, 1981 c 8 s 12, 1979 c 141 s 326, 1969 ex.s. c 259 s 1, 1969 ex.s. c 159 s 1, 1965 ex.s. c 102 s 1, & 1959 c 26 s 74.08.120; and               (2) RCW 74.08.125 and 1993 c 22 s 1 & 1992 c 108 s 3.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 1003. A new section is added to chapter 74.04 RCW to read as follows:              For the purpose of evaluating the effect of the defense of equitable estoppel on the recovery of overpayments and the administration of justice in public assistance cases, the department shall report the following to the appropriate committees of the legislature by December 1, 1997:       (1) The number of applicants and recipients of public assistance who have raised the defense of equitable estoppel in an administrative proceeding related to the collection of overpayments or the determination of eligibility;      (2) The number of recipients or applicants of public assistance who prevailed in an administrative proceeding related to the collection of overpayments or the determination of eligibility due to the defense of equitable estoppel;     (3) The amount, average amount, and percent of payments and overpayments not collected due to the successful assertion of the defense of equitable estoppel at an administrative proceeding related to the collection of overpayments or the determination of eligibility;            (4) Any other information regarding the assertion of the defense of equitable estoppel in administrative proceedings that the department feels will assist in evaluation of the defense.      Sec. 1004. RCW 50.13.060 and 1996 c 79 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) Governmental agencies, including law enforcement agencies, prosecuting agencies, and the executive branch, whether state, local, or federal shall have access to information or records deemed private and confidential under this chapter if the information or records are needed by the agency for official purposes and:      (a) The agency submits an application in writing to the employment security department for the records or information containing a statement of the official purposes for which the information or records are needed and specific identification of the records or information sought from the department; and              (b) The director, commissioner, chief executive, or other official of the agency has verified the need for the specific information in writing either on the application or on a separate document; and            (c) The agency requesting access has served a copy of the application for records or information on the individual or employing unit whose records or information are sought and has provided the department with proof of service. Service shall be made in a manner which conforms to the civil rules for superior court. The requesting agency shall include with the copy of the application a statement to the effect that the individual or employing unit may contact the public records officer of the employment security department to state any objections to the release of the records or information. The employment security department shall not act upon the application of the requesting agency until at least five days after service on the concerned individual or employing unit. The employment security department shall consider any objections raised by the concerned individual or employing unit in deciding whether the requesting agency needs the information or records for official purposes.             (2) The requirements of subsections (1) and (((8))) (9) of this section shall not apply to the state legislative branch. The state legislature shall have access to information or records deemed private and confidential under this chapter, if the legislature or a legislative committee finds that the information or records are necessary and for official purposes. If the employment security department does not make information or records available as provided in this subsection, the legislature may exercise its authority granted by chapter 44.16 RCW.                (3) In cases of emergency the governmental agency requesting access shall not be required to formally comply with the provisions of subsection (1) of this section at the time of the request if the procedures required by subsection (1) of this section are complied with by the requesting agency following the receipt of any records or information deemed private and confidential under this chapter. An emergency is defined as a situation in which irreparable harm or damage could occur if records or information are not released immediately.            (4) The requirements of subsection (1)(c) of this section shall not apply to governmental agencies where the procedures would frustrate the investigation of possible violations of criminal laws.        (5) Governmental agencies shall have access to certain records or information, limited to such items as names, addresses, social security numbers, and general information about benefit entitlement or employer information possessed by the department, for comparison purposes with records or information possessed by the requesting agency to detect improper or fraudulent claims, or to determine potential tax liability or employer compliance with registration and licensing requirements. In those cases the governmental agency shall not be required to comply with subsection (1)(c) of this section, but the requirements of the remainder of subsection (1) must be satisfied.              (6) Governmental agencies may have access to certain records and information, limited to employer information possessed by the department for purposes authorized in chapter 50.38 RCW. Access to these records and information is limited to only those individuals conducting authorized statistical analysis, research, and evaluation studies. Only in cases consistent with the purposes of chapter 50.38 RCW are government agencies not required to comply with subsection (1)(c) of this section, but the requirements of the remainder of subsection (1) of this section must be satisfied. Information provided by the department and held to be private and confidential under state or federal laws shall not be misused or released to unauthorized parties subject to the sanctions in RCW 50.13.080.                (7) Disclosure to governmental agencies of information or records obtained by the employment security department from the federal government shall be governed by any applicable federal law or any agreement between the federal government and the employment security department where so required by federal law. When federal law does not apply to the records or information state law shall control.    (8) For purposes of statistical analysis and evaluation of the WorkFirst program or any successor state welfare program, the department of social and health services, the office of financial management, and other governmental entities with oversight or evaluation responsibilities for the program shall have access to employer wage information on clients in the program whose names and social security numbers are provided to the department. The information provided by the department may be used only for statistical analysis, research, and evaluation purposes as provided in sections 702 and 703 of this act. The department of social and health services is not required to comply with subsection (1)(c) of this section, but the requirements of the remainder of subsection (1) of this section must be satisfied.          (9) The disclosure of any records or information by a governmental agency which has obtained the records or information under this section is prohibited unless the disclosure is directly connected to the official purpose for which the records or information were obtained.           (((9))) (10) In conducting periodic salary or fringe benefit studies pursuant to law, the department of personnel shall have access to records of the employment security department as may be required for such studies. For such purposes, the requirements of subsection (1)(c) of this section need not apply.       NEW SECTION. Sec. 1005. A new section is added to chapter 43.20A RCW to read as follows:          (1) The department shall provide the employment security department quarterly with the names and social security numbers of all clients in the WorkFirst program and any successor state welfare program.       (2) The information provided by the employment security department under RCW 50.13.060 for statistical analysis and welfare program evaluation purposes may be used only for statistical analysis, research, and evaluation purposes as provided in sections 702 and 703 of this act. Through individual matches with accessed employment security department confidential employer wage files, only aggregate, statistical, group level data shall be reported. Data sharing by the employment security department may be extended to include the office of financial management and other such governmental entities with oversight responsibility for this program.     (3) The department and other agencies of state government shall protect the privacy of confidential personal data supplied under RCW 50.13.060 consistent with federal law, chapter 50.13 RCW, and the terms and conditions of a formal data-sharing agreement between the employment security department and agencies of state government, however the misuse or unauthorized use of confidential data supplied by the employment security department is subject to the penalties in RCW 50.13.080.                Sec. 1006. RCW 74.04.062 and 1973 c 152 s 2 are each amended to read as follows:            Upon written request of a person who has been properly identified as an officer of the law ((with a felony arrest warrant)) or a properly identified United States immigration official ((with a warrant for an illegal alien)) the department shall disclose to such officer the current address and location of ((the person properly described in the warrant)) a recipient of public welfare if the officer furnishes the department with such person's name and social security account number and satisfactorily demonstrates that such recipient is a fugitive, that the location or apprehension of such fugitive is within the officer's official duties, and that the request is made in the proper exercise of those duties.           When the department becomes aware that a public assistance recipient is the subject of an outstanding warrant, the department may contact the appropriate law enforcement agency and, if the warrant is valid, provide the law enforcement agency with the location of the recipient.          NEW SECTION. Sec. 1007. QUESTIONNAIRES. The department of social and health services shall create a questionnaire, asking businesses for information regarding available and upcoming job opportunities for welfare recipients. The department of revenue shall include the questionnaire in a regular quarterly mailing. The department of social and health services shall receive responses and use the information to develop work activities in the areas where jobs will be available.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 1008. PART HEADINGS, CAPTIONS, AND TABLE OF CONTENTS NOT LAW. Part headings, captions, and the table of contents used in this act are not any part of the law.                  NEW SECTION. Sec. 1009. The governor and the department of social and health services shall seek all necessary exemptions and waivers from and amendments to federal statutes, rules, and regulations and shall report to the appropriate committees in the house of representatives and senate quarterly on the efforts to secure the federal changes to permit full implementation of this act at the earliest possible date.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 1010. Sections 1, 2, 103, 104, 106, 202 through 205, 301, 302, 307, 308, 310 through 318, 321, 324 through 326, 402, 503, 504, 701 through 704, and 706 of this act constitute a new chapter in Title 74 RCW.              NEW SECTION. Sec. 1011. If any part of this act is found to be in conflict with federal requirements that are a prescribed condition to the allocation of federal funds to the state, the conflicting part of this act is inoperative solely to the extent of the conflict and with respect to the agencies directly affected, and this finding does not affect the operation of the remainder of this act in its application to the agencies concerned. The rules under this act shall meet federal requirements that are a necessary condition to the receipt of federal funds by the state. As used in this section, "allocation of federal funds to the state" means the allocation of federal funds that are appropriated by the legislature to the department of social and health services and on which the department depends for carrying out any provision of the operating budget applicable to it.        NEW SECTION. Sec. 1012. If any provision of this act or its application to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the remainder of the act or the application of the provision to other persons or circumstances is not affected.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 1013. (1) Sections 1, 2, 101 through 110, 201 through 207, 301 through 329, 401 through 404, 501 through 506, 601, 705, 706, 888, 891 through 943, 945 through 948, and 1002 of this act are necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, or safety, or support of the state government and its existing public institutions, and take effect immediately.               (2) Sections 801 through 887, 889, and 890 of this act are necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, or safety, or support of the state government and its existing public institutions, and take effect July 1, 1997.              (3) Sections 701 through 704 of this act take effect January 1, 1998.              (4) Section 944 of this act takes effect October 1, 1998.   NEW SECTION. Sec. 1014. If specific funding for the purposes of sections 404 and 405 of this act, referencing this act by bill or chapter number and section numbers, is not provided by June 30, 1997, in the omnibus appropriations act, sections 404 and 405 of this act are null and void."

MOTION


      Senator Thibaudeau moved that the following amendments by Senators Wojahn and Thibaudeau to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio be considered simultaneously and be adopted:

      On page 6, line 3 of the amendment, after "9;" insert "and"   On page 6, beginning on line 4 of the amendment, after "10" strike all material through "6" on line 6     Debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the adoption of the amendments by Senators Wojahn and Thibaudeau on page 6, line 3, and beginning on line 4, to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio to Engrossed House Bill No. 3901.

      The motion by Senator Thibaudeau failed and the amendments to the striking amendment were not adopted.


MOTION

 

`     Senator Swanson moved that the following amendment to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio be adopted:

      On page 7, beginning on line 16 of the amendment, strike all of section 110        Correct any internal references accordingly.      Debate ensued.

      Senator Sheldon demanded a roll call and the demand was sustained.

      Further debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the adoption of the amendment by Senator Swanson on page 7, beginning on line 16, to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio to Engrossed House Bill No. 3901.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll and the amendment to the striking amendment was not adopted by the following vote: Yeas, 21; Nays, 26; Absent, 0; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Bauer, Brown, Fairley, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hargrove, Heavey, Jacobsen, Kline, Kohl, McAuliffe, Patterson, Prentice, Rasmussen, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Swanson, Thibaudeau and Wojahn - 21.           Voting nay: Senators Anderson, Deccio, Finkbeiner, Hale, Hochstatter, Horn, Johnson, Long, Loveland, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Prince, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Stevens, Strannigan, Swecker, West, Winsley, Wood and Zarelli - 26.            Excused: Senators Benton and Haugen - 2.

MOTION

 

`     Senator Fairley moved that the following amendment to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio be adopted:

      On page 7, after line 26 of the amendment, insert the following:           "NEW SECTION. Sec. 111. A new section is added to chapter 74.12 RCW to read as follows:               STATE-FUNDED TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES. (1) The department may provide state-funded temporary assistance for needy families and medical assistance to needy families if: The needy caretaker relative is disabled; the needy caretaker relative is needed in the home to care for a disabled family member; or the needy nonparent caretaker relative is at least fifty years old.           (2) Such assistance shall be provided under the same rules and in the same amount as under the temporary assistance for needy families program except: Such families shall not be subject to temporary assistance for needy families WorkFirst requirements unless they volunteer.           (3) The department may use state funds as appropriated to provide such benefits."         Debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the adoption of the amendment by Senator Fairley on page 7, after line 26, to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio to Engrossed House Bill No. 3901.

      The motion by Senator Fairley failed and the amendment to the striking amendment was not adopted.


MOTION


      Senator Kline moved that the following amendments to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio be considered simultaneously and be adopted:

      Beginning on page 8, line 21 of the amendment, strike all of section 202 and insert the following:      "NEW SECTION. Sec. 202. IMMIGRANTS--ELIGIBILITY--GENERALLY. (1) The state shall exercise its option under P.L. 104-193, as amended, to provide benefits and services to legal immigrants under temporary assistance for needy families, medicaid, and social services block grant programs.      (2) The department may provide state-funded cash, food, and medical assistance to legal immigrants who are not eligible for federal benefits due to their immigrant status and the provisions of P.L. 104-193.                (3) Legal immigrants who are not eligible for the supplemental security income program as a result of P.L. 104-193 are eligible to apply for benefits under the state's general assistance programs. The department shall redetermine income and resource eligibility at least annually, in accordance with existing state policy.     NEW SECTION. Sec. 203. IMMIGRANTS--STATE CASH AND MEDICAL PROGRAMS. (1) The department may provide state-funded cash and medical assistance to legal immigrants including those permanently residing in the United States under color of law who are not eligible under federal law for the temporary assistance for needy families program solely due to their date of entry or their immigration status.          (2) Such assistance shall be provided under the same rules and in the same amount as under the temporary assistance for needy families program. Any month in which a family receives such assistance should be considered a month in which the family received temporary assistance for needy families for the purpose of the sixty-month time limit.          (3) The department may use state general assistance and state medical care services funds as may be appropriated to provide such benefits.     (4) The department may provide state-funded medical care services, including long-term care, to legal immigrants including those permanently residing in the United States under color of law who are not eligible under federal law for the federal medicaid program solely due to their date of entry or their immigration status.               NEW SECTION. Sec. 204. IMMIGRANTS--FOOD ASSISTANCE. (1) The department may establish a state-funded food assistance program for legal immigrants who do not qualify for federal food stamps solely due to the immigrant exclusions under P.L. 104-193. The rules and benefit amounts for the state food assistance program shall be the same as in the federal food stamp program.                (2) The department shall enter into a contract with the United States department of agriculture to use the existing federal food stamp program coupon system for the purposes of administering the state food assistance program."     Renumber the remaining sections consecutively and correct any internal references accordingly.        Beginning on page 9, line 23 of the amendment, after "naturalization." strike all material through "apply." on page 10, line 2                Beginning on page 10, line 3 of the amendment, strike all of section 205 and insert the following:        "NEW SECTION. Sec. 205. SPONSOR-DEEMING FOR LEGAL IMMIGRANTS. (1) Except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, in determining the eligibility and amount of benefits for state-funded general assistance or state-funded food stamps, the department may provide that the income and resources of an alien shall be deemed to include the income and resources of any individual, and his or her spouse, who executes an affidavit of support under section 213A of the federal immigration and nationality act on behalf of the alien for a period of five years following the execution of that affidavit of support.      (2) The sponsor-deeming provisions of subsection (1) of this section do not apply to the following:   (a) An alien who has worked forty qualifying quarters of coverage as defined under Title II of the social security act or can be credited with such qualifying quarters as provided under P.L. 104-193 Sec. 435;       (b) An alien who is lawfully residing in any state and is a veteran of, or on active duty in, the armed forces of the United States, or the spouse or unmarried dependent child of such individual;                  (c) An alien who served in the armed forces of an allied country, or was employed by an agency of the federal government, during a military conflict between the United States and a military adversary;          (d) Aliens who are victims of domestic violence and who petition for legal status under the federal violence against women act;                     (e) For a period not to exceed twelve months, an alien for whom a determination has been made by the department that, in the absence of the assistance provided by the department, the alien would be unable to obtain food and shelter, taking into account the alien's own income plus any cash, food, housing, or other assistance provided by other individuals including the sponsor; and           (f) An alien who achieves United States citizenship through naturalization pursuant to chapter 2 of Title III of the immigration and nationality act."      Beginning on page 11, line 26 of the amendment, strike all of section 206           Renumber the remaining sections consecutively and correct any internal references accordingly.             Debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the adoption of the amendments by Senator Kline on page 8, line 21; page 9, line 23; page 10, line 3; and page 11, line 26; to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio to Engrossed House Bill No. 3901.

      The motion by Senator Kline failed and the amendments to the striking amendment were not adopted.

 

MOTION

 

`     Senator Franklin moved that the following amendment to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio be adopted:

      On page 27, line 35 of the amendment, after "under" strike "three" and insert "six"             Debate ensued.

      Senator Sheldon demanded a roll call and the demand was sustained.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the adoption of the amendment by Senator Franklin on page 27, line 35, to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio to Engrossed House Bill No. 3901.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll and the amendment to the striking amendment was not adopted by the following vote: Yeas, 22; Nays, 25; Absent, 0; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Bauer, Brown, Fairley, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hargrove, Heavey, Jacobsen, Kline, Kohl, Loveland, McAuliffe, Patterson, Prentice, Rasmussen, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Swanson, Thibaudeau and Wojahn - 22.          Voting nay: Senators Anderson, Deccio, Finkbeiner, Hale, Hochstatter, Horn, Johnson, Long, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Prince, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Stevens, Strannigan, Swecker, West, Winsley, Wood and Zarelli - 25.       Excused: Senators Benton and Haugen - 2.

MOTION


      Senator Brown moved that the following amendment to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio be adopted:

      On page 36, beginning on line 23 of the amendment, after "(3)" strike all material through "size." on page 37, line 6, and insert "The department shall establish the eligibility and copayment structure of the child care subsidy program."      Debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the adoption of the amendment by Senator Brown on page 36, beginning on line 23, to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio to Engrossed House Bill No. 3901.

      The motion by Senator Brown failed and the amendment to the striking amendment was not adopted.


MOTION


      Senator Franklin moved that the following amendments to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio be considered simultaneously and be adopted:

      On page 39, line 18 of the amendment, after "communities" insert "and shall ensure that child care providers are trained in communities where child care capacity is insufficient to meet the demand generated by the WorkFirst program"           On page 39, line 21 of the amendment, after "(3)" insert "The department shall conduct a needs assessment to determine which communities are most in need of trained child care providers and shall provide training for child care providers in those areas.                (4)"         Debate ensued.

      Senator Sheldon demanded a roll call and the demand was sustained.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the roll call on the adoption of the amendments by Senator Franklin on page 39, lines 18 and 21, to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio to Engrossed House Bill No. 3901.


ROLL CALL


      The Secretary called the roll and the amendments to the striking amendment were not adopted by the following vote: Yeas, 22; Nays, 25; Absent, 0; Excused, 2.

      Voting yea: Senators Bauer, Brown, Fairley, Franklin, Fraser, Goings, Hargrove, Heavey, Jacobsen, Kline, Kohl, Loveland, McAuliffe, Patterson, Prentice, Rasmussen, Sheldon, Snyder, Spanel, Swanson, Thibaudeau and Wojahn - 22.          Voting nay: Senators Anderson, Deccio, Finkbeiner, Hale, Hochstatter, Horn, Johnson, Long, McCaslin, McDonald, Morton, Newhouse, Oke, Prince, Roach, Rossi, Schow, Sellar, Stevens, Strannigan, Swecker, West, Winsley, Wood and Zarelli - 25.       Excused: Senators Benton and Haugen - 2.

MOTION


      Senator Wojahn moved that the following amendments to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio be considered simultaneously and be adopted:

      On page 60, beginning on line 26 of the amendment, after "met" strike all material through "orders" on line 27                 On page 60, beginning on line 32 of the amendment, after "order" strike all material through "order" on line 33           On page 61, beginning on line 1 of the amendment, strike all material through "order." on line 13 and insert the following:   "A person who is certified by the department of social and health services as being in noncompliance with a support order, as provided in section 802 of this act, shall not be permitted to provide legal representation in appearances before state or local agencies, boards, commissions, or other nonjudicial entities, shall not be employed as counsel for state or agencies, and shall not serve as a guardian or guardian ad litem.               NEW SECTION. Sec. 811. A new section is added to chapter 9A.64 RCW to read as follows:       Any person who is admitted to the practice of law in the state of Washington, and is certified by the department of social and health services as being in noncompliance with a support order, as provided in section 802 of this act, is guilty of criminal failure to provide financial support, which is a class C felony."                Renumber the remaining sections consecutively and correct any internal references accordingly.

POINT OF ORDER


      Senator Deccio: “A point of order. Would Senator Wojahn yield? I don't think she is speaking to the amendments. They only deal with attorneys.”


REPLY BY THE PRESIDENT


      President Owen: “It would not be appropriate for you to request her to yield to a question, but the--”

      Senator Deccio: “Well, I don't think they are the same amendments that I am looking at.”

      Debate ensued.

      The President declared the question before the Senate to be the adoption of the amendments by Senator Wojahn on page 60, beginning on lines 26 and 32, and page 61, beginning on line 1, to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio to Engrossed House Bill No. 3901.

      The motion by Senator Wojahn failed and the amendments to the striking amendment were not adopted.


MOTION


      Senator Patterson moved that the following amendment by Senators Wojahn and Kline to the striking amendment by Senator Deccio be considered simultaneously and be adopted:

      Beginning on page 48, line 9 of the amendment, strike all of sections 802 through 890 and insert the following:                "NEW SECTION. Sec. 802. A new section is added to chapter 74.20A RCW to read as follows:           (1) The department may serve upon a responsible parent a notice informing the responsible parent of the department's intent to submit the parent's name to the department of licensing and any appropriate licensing entity as a licensee who is not in compliance with a child support order. The department shall attach a copy of the responsible parent's child support order to the notice. Service of the notice must be by certified mail, return receipt requested. If service by certified mail is not successful, service shall be by personal service.           (2) The notice of noncompliance must include the address and telephone number of the department's division of child support office that issues the notice and must inform the responsible parent that:      (a) The parent may request an adjudicative proceeding to contest the issue of compliance. The only issues that may be considered at the adjudicative proceeding are whether the parent is required to pay child support under a child support order and whether the parent is in compliance with that order;          (b) A request for an adjudicative proceeding shall be in writing and must be received by the department within twenty days of the date of service of the notice;           (c) If the parent requests an adjudicative proceeding within twenty days of service, the department will stay action to certify the parent to the department of licensing and any licensing entity for noncompliance with a child support order pending entry of a written decision after the adjudicative proceeding;               (d) If the parent does not request an adjudicative proceeding within twenty days of service and remains in noncompliance with a child support order, the department will certify the parent's name to the department of licensing and any appropriate licensing entity for noncompliance with a child support order;             (e) The department will stay action to certify the parent to the department of licensing and any licensing entity for noncompliance if the parent agrees to make timely payments of current support and agrees to a reasonable payment schedule for payment of the arrears. It is the parent's responsibility to contact in person or by mail the department's division of child support office indicated on the notice within twenty days of service of the notice to arrange for a payment schedule. The department may stay certification for up to thirty days after contact from a parent to arrange for a payment schedule;            (f) If the department certifies the responsible parent to the department of licensing and a licensing entity for noncompliance with a child support order, the licensing entity will suspend or not renew the parent's license and the department of licensing will suspend or not renew any driver's license that the parent holds until the parent provides the department of licensing and the licensing entity with a release from the department stating that the responsible parent is in compliance with the child support order;       (g) Suspension of a license will affect insurability if the responsible parent's insurance policy excludes coverage for acts occurring after the suspension of a license;      (h) If after receiving the notice of noncompliance with a child support order, the responsible parent files a motion to modify support with the court or requests the department to amend a support obligation established by an administrative decision, the department or the court may stay action to certify the parent to the department of licensing and any licensing entity for noncompliance with a child support order. The responsible parent has the obligation to notify the department that a modification proceeding is pending and provide a copy of the motion or request for modification; and        (i) If the responsible parent subsequently becomes in compliance with the child support order, the department will promptly provide the parent with a release stating that the parent is in compliance with the order, and the parent may request that the licensing entity or the department of licensing reinstate the suspended license.           (3) A responsible parent may request an adjudicative proceeding upon service of the notice described in subsection (1) of this section. The request for an adjudicative proceeding must be received by the department within twenty days of service. The request must be in writing and indicate the current mailing address and daytime phone number, if available, of the responsible parent. The proceedings under this subsection shall be conducted in accordance with the requirements of chapter 34.05 RCW. The issues that may be considered at the adjudicative proceeding are limited to whether:    (a) The person named as the responsible parent is the responsible parent;                 (b) The responsible parent is required to pay child support under a child support order; and                     (c) The responsible parent is in compliance with the order.              (4) The decision resulting from the adjudicative proceeding must be in writing and inform the responsible parent of his or her rights to review. The parent's copy of the decision may be sent by regular mail to the parent's most recent address of record.       (5) If a responsible parent contacts the department's division of child support office indicated on the notice of noncompliance within twenty days of service of the notice and requests arrangement of a payment schedule, the department shall stay the certification of noncompliance during negotiation of the schedule for payment of arrears. In no event shall the stay continue for more than thirty days from the date of contact by the parent. The department shall make good faith efforts to establish a schedule for payment of arrears that is fair and reasonable, and that considers the financial situation of the responsible parent and the needs of all children who rely on the responsible parent for support. At the end of the thirty days, if no payment schedule has been agreed to in writing, the department shall proceed with certification of noncompliance.    (6) If a responsible parent timely requests an adjudicative proceeding pursuant to subsection (4) of this section, the department may not certify the name of the parent to the department of licensing or a licensing entity for noncompliance with a child support order unless the adjudicative proceeding results in a finding that the responsible parent is not in compliance with the order.    (7) The department may certify to the department of licensing and any appropriate licensing entity the name of a responsible parent who is not in compliance with a child support order if:     (a) The responsible parent does not timely request an adjudicative proceeding upon service of a notice issued under subsection (1) of this section and is not in compliance with a child support order twenty-one days after service of the notice;     (b) An adjudicative proceeding results in a decision that the responsible parent is not in compliance with a child support order;                 (c) The court enters a judgment on a petition for judicial review that finds the responsible parent is not in compliance with a child support order;    (d) The department and the responsible parent have been unable to agree on a fair and reasonable schedule of payment of the arrears; or            (e) The responsible parent fails to comply with a payment schedule established pursuant to subsection (5) of this section.      The department shall send by regular mail a copy of any certification of noncompliance filed with the department of licensing or a licensing entity to the responsible parent at the responsible parent's most recent address of record.           (8) The department of licensing and a licensing entity shall, without undue delay, notify a responsible parent certified by the department under subsection (7) of this section that the parent's driver's license or other license has been suspended because the parent's name has been certified by the department as a responsible parent who is not in compliance with a child support order.           (9) When a responsible parent who is served notice under subsection (1) of this section subsequently complies with the child support order, the department shall promptly provide the parent with a release stating that the responsible parent is in compliance with the order. A copy of the release shall be transmitted by the department to the appropriate licensing entities.      (10) The department may adopt rules to implement and enforce the requirements of this section.        (11) Nothing in this section prohibits a responsible parent from filing a motion to modify support with the court or from requesting the department to amend a support obligation established by an administrative decision. If there is a reasonable likelihood that the motion or request will significantly change the amount of the child support obligation, the department or the court may stay action to certify the responsible parent to the department of licensing and any licensing entity for noncompliance with a child support order. The responsible parent has the obligation to notify the department that a modification proceeding is pending and provide a copy of the motion or request for modification.            (12) The department of licensing and a licensing entity may issue, renew, reinstate, or otherwise extend a license in accordance with the licensing entity's or the department of licensing's rules after the licensing entity or the department of licensing receives a copy of the release specified in subsection (9) of this section. The department of licensing and a licensing entity may waive any applicable requirement for reissuance, renewal, or other extension if it determines that the imposition of that requirement places an undue burden on the person and that waiver of the requirement is consistent with the public interest.         (13) The procedures in chapter . . ., Laws of 1997 (this act), constitute the exclusive administrative remedy for contesting the establishment of noncompliance with a child support order and suspension of a license under this section, and satisfy the requirements of RCW 34.05.422.           NEW SECTION. Sec. 803. A new section is added to chapter 74.20A RCW to read as follows:       (1) The department and all of the various licensing entities subject to section 802 of this act shall enter into such agreements as are necessary to carry out the requirements of the license suspension program established in section 802 of this act.               (2) The department and all licensing entities subject to section 802 of this act shall compare data to identify responsible parents who may be subject to the provisions of chapter . . ., Laws of 1997 (this act). The comparison may be conducted electronically, or by any other means that is jointly agreeable between the department and the particular licensing entity. The data shared shall be limited to those items necessary to implementation of chapter . . ., Laws of 1997 (this act). The purpose of the comparison shall be to identify current licensees who are not in compliance with a child support order, and to provide to the department the following information regarding those licensees:          (a) Name;                (b) Date of birth;     (c) Address of record;                (d) Federal employer identification number and social security number;          (e) Type of license;                 (f) Effective date of license or renewal;    (g) Expiration date of license; and          (h) Active or inactive status.   NEW SECTION. Sec. 804. A new section is added to chapter 74.20A RCW to read as follows:       In furtherance of the public policy of increasing collection of child support and to assist in evaluation of the program established in section 802 of this act, the department shall report the following to the legislature and the governor on December 1, 1998, and annually thereafter:            (1) The number of responsible parents identified as licensees subject to section 802 of this act;              (2) The number of responsible parents identified by the department as not in compliance with a child support order;      (3) The number of notices of noncompliance served upon responsible parents by the department;       (4) The number of responsible parents served a notice of noncompliance who request an adjudicative proceeding;                (5) The number of adjudicative proceedings held, and the results of the adjudicative proceedings;        (6) The number of responsible parents certified to the department of licensing or licensing entities for noncompliance with a child support order, and the number of each type of licenses that were suspended;            (7) The costs incurred in the implementation and enforcement of section 802 of this act and an estimate of the amount of child support collected due to the department under section 802 of this act;  (8) Any other information regarding this program that the department feels will assist in evaluation of the program;      (9) Recommendations for the addition of specific licenses in the program or exclusion of specific licenses from the program, and reasons for such recommendations; and    (10) Any recommendations for statutory changes necessary for the cost-effective management of the program.      Sec. 805. RCW 74.20A.020 and 1990 1st ex.s. c 2 s 15 are each amended to read as follows:            Unless a different meaning is plainly required by the context, the following words and phrases as hereinafter used in this chapter and chapter 74.20 RCW shall have the following meanings:           (1) "Department" means the state department of social and health services.     (2) "Secretary" means the secretary of the department of social and health services, ((his)) the secretary's designee or authorized representative.       (3) "Dependent child" means any person:      (a) Under the age of eighteen who is not self-supporting, married, or a member of the armed forces of the United States; or      (b) Over the age of eighteen for whom a court order for support exists.                (4) "Support obligation" means the obligation to provide for the necessary care, support, and maintenance, including medical expenses, of a dependent child or other person as required by statutes and the common law of this or another state.      (5) "Superior court order" means any judgment, decree, or order of the superior court of the state of Washington, or a court of comparable jurisdiction of another state, establishing the existence of a support obligation and ordering payment of a set or determinable amount of support moneys to satisfy the support obligation. For purposes of RCW 74.20A.055, orders for support which were entered under the uniform reciprocal enforcement of support act by a state where the responsible parent no longer resides shall not preclude the department from establishing an amount to be paid as current and future support.                  (6) "Administrative order" means any determination, finding, decree, or order for support pursuant to RCW 74.20A.055, or by an agency of another state pursuant to a substantially similar administrative process, establishing the existence of a support obligation and ordering the payment of a set or determinable amount of support moneys to satisfy the support obligation.         (7) "Responsible parent" means a natural parent, adoptive parent, or stepparent of a dependent child or a person who has signed an affidavit acknowledging paternity which has been filed with the state office of vital statistics and includes the parent of an unmarried minor with a child.        (8) "Stepparent" means the present spouse of the person who is either the mother, father, or adoptive parent of a dependent child, and such status shall exist until terminated as provided for in RCW 26.16.205.      (9) "Support moneys" means any moneys or in-kind providings paid to satisfy a support obligation whether denominated as child support, spouse support, alimony, maintenance, or any other such moneys intended to satisfy an obligation for support of any person or satisfaction in whole or in part of arrears or delinquency on such an obligation.                (10) "Support debt" means any delinquent amount of support moneys which is due, owing, and unpaid under a superior court order or an administrative order, a debt for the payment of expenses for the reasonable or necessary care, support, and maintenance, including medical expenses, of a dependent child or other person for whom a support obligation is owed; or a debt under RCW 74.20A.100 or 74.20A.270. Support debt also includes any accrued interest, fees, or penalties charged on a support debt, and attorneys fees and other costs of litigation awarded in an action to establish and enforce a support obligation or debt.      (11) "State" means any state or political subdivision, territory, or possession of the United States, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.    (12) "Account" means a demand deposit account, checking or negotiable withdrawal order account, savings account, time deposit account, or money-market mutual fund account.       (13) "Child support order" means a superior court order or an administrative order.     (14) "Financial institution" means:         (a) A depository institution, as defined in section 3(c) of the federal deposit insurance act;     (b) An institution-affiliated party, as defined in section 3(u) of the federal deposit insurance act;   (c) Any federal or state credit union, as defined in section 101 of the federal credit union act, including an institution-affiliated party of such credit union, as defined in section 206(r) of the federal deposit insurance act; or               (d) Any benefit association, insurance company, safe deposit company, money-market mutual fund, or similar entity.       (15) "License" means a license, certificate, registration, permit, approval, or other similar document issued by a licensing entity to a licensee evidencing admission to or granting authority to engage in a profession, occupation, business, industry, recreational pursuit, or the operation of a motor vehicle.              (16) "Licensee" means any individual holding a license, certificate, registration, permit, approval, or other similar document issued by a licensing entity evidencing admission to or granting authority to engage in a profession, occupation, business, industry, recreational pursuit, or the operation of a motor vehicle.            (17) "Licensing entity" includes any department, board, commission, or other organization authorized to issue, renew, suspend, or revoke a license authorizing an individual to engage in a business, occupation, profession, industry, recreational pursuit, or the operation of a motor vehicle, and includes the Washington state supreme court, to the extent that a rule has been adopted by the court to implement suspension of licenses related to the practice of law.      (18) "Noncompliance with a child support order" for the purposes of the license suspension program authorized under section 802 of this act means a responsible parent has:              (a) Accumulated arrears totaling more than six months of child support payments;      (b) Failed to make payments pursuant to a written agreement with the department towards a support arrearage in an amount that exceeds six months of payments; or           (c) Failed to make payments required by a superior court order or administrative order towards a support arrearage in an amount that exceeds six months of payments.      Sec. 806. RCW 46.20.291 and 1993 c 501 s 4 are each amended to read as follows:              The department is authorized to suspend the license of a driver upon a showing by its records or other sufficient evidence that the licensee:       (1) Has committed an offense for which mandatory revocation or suspension of license is provided by law;      (2) Has, by reckless or unlawful operation of a motor vehicle, caused or contributed to an accident resulting in death or injury to any person or serious property damage;          (3) Has been convicted of offenses against traffic regulations governing the movement of vehicles, or found to have committed traffic infractions, with such frequency as to indicate a disrespect for traffic laws or a disregard for the safety of other persons on the highways;           (4) Is incompetent to drive a motor vehicle under RCW 46.20.031(3); ((or))        (5) Has failed to respond to a notice of traffic infraction, failed to appear at a requested hearing, violated a written promise to appear in court, or has failed to comply with the terms of a notice of traffic infraction or citation, as provided in RCW 46.20.289; ((or))       (6) Has committed one of the prohibited practices relating to drivers' licenses defined in RCW 46.20.336; or        (7) Has been certified by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a child support order as provided in section 802 of this act.                Sec. 807. RCW 46.20.311 and 1995 c 332 s 11 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) The department shall not suspend a driver's license or privilege to drive a motor vehicle on the public highways for a fixed period of more than one year, except as specifically permitted under RCW 46.20.342 or other provision of law. Except for a suspension under RCW 46.20.289 ((and)), 46.20.291(5), or section 802 of this act, whenever the license or driving privilege of any person is suspended by reason of a conviction, a finding that a traffic infraction has been committed, pursuant to chapter 46.29 RCW, or pursuant to RCW 46.20.291 or 46.20.308, the suspension shall remain in effect until the person gives and thereafter maintains proof of financial responsibility for the future as provided in chapter 46.29 RCW. If the suspension is the result of a violation of RCW 46.61.502 or 46.61.504, the department shall determine the person's eligibility for licensing based upon the reports provided by the alcoholism agency or probation department designated under RCW 46.61.5056 and shall deny reinstatement until enrollment and participation in an approved program has been established and the person is otherwise qualified. Whenever the license or driving privilege of any person is suspended as a result of certification of noncompliance with a child support order under chapter 74.20A RCW, the suspension shall remain in effect until the person provides a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order. The department shall not issue to the person a new, duplicate, or renewal license until the person pays a reissue fee of twenty dollars. If the suspension is the result of a violation of RCW 46.61.502 or 46.61.504, or is the result of administrative action under RCW 46.20.308, the reissue fee shall be fifty dollars.       (2) Any person whose license or privilege to drive a motor vehicle on the public highways has been revoked, unless the revocation was for a cause which has been removed, is not entitled to have the license or privilege renewed or restored until: (a) After the expiration of one year from the date the license or privilege to drive was revoked; (b) after the expiration of the applicable revocation period provided by RCW 46.20.3101 or 46.61.5055; (c) after the expiration of two years for persons convicted of vehicular homicide; or (d) after the expiration of the applicable revocation period provided by RCW 46.20.265. After the expiration of the appropriate period, the person may make application for a new license as provided by law together with a reissue fee in the amount of twenty dollars, but if the revocation is the result of a violation of RCW 46.20.308, 46.61.502, or 46.61.504, the reissue fee shall be fifty dollars. If the revocation is the result of a violation of RCW 46.61.502 or 46.61.504, the department shall determine the person's eligibility for licensing based upon the reports provided by the alcoholism agency or probation department designated under RCW 46.61.5056 and shall deny reissuance of a license, permit, or privilege to drive until enrollment and participation in an approved program has been established and the person is otherwise qualified. Except for a revocation under RCW 46.20.265, the department shall not then issue a new license unless it is satisfied after investigation of the driving ability of the person that it will be safe to grant the privilege of driving a motor vehicle on the public highways, and until the person gives and thereafter maintains proof of financial responsibility for the future as provided in chapter 46.29 RCW. For a revocation under RCW 46.20.265, the department shall not issue a new license unless it is satisfied after investigation of the driving ability of the person that it will be safe to grant that person the privilege of driving a motor vehicle on the public highways.               (3) Whenever the driver's license of any person is suspended pursuant to Article IV of the nonresident violators compact or RCW 46.23.020 or 46.20.289 or 46.20.291(5), the department shall not issue to the person any new or renewal license until the person pays a reissue fee of twenty dollars. If the suspension is the result of a violation of the laws of this or any other state, province, or other jurisdiction involving (a) the operation or physical control of a motor vehicle upon the public highways while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs, or (b) the refusal to submit to a chemical test of the driver's blood alcohol content, the reissue fee shall be fifty dollars.   NEW SECTION. Sec. 808. A new section is added to chapter 48.22 RCW to read as follows:              If a motor vehicle liability insurance policy contains any provision excluding insurance coverage for an unlicensed driver, such provision shall not apply for ninety days from the date of suspension in the event that the department of licensing suspends a driver's license solely for the nonpayment of child support as provided in chapter 74.20A RCW.       NEW SECTION. Sec. 809. ATTORNEYS. The legislature intends that the license suspension program established in chapter 74.20A RCW be implemented fairly to ensure that child support obligations are met. However, being mindful of the separations of powers and responsibilities among the branches of government, the legislature strongly encourages the state supreme court to adopt rules providing for suspension and denial of licenses related to the practice of law to those individuals who are in noncompliance with a support order.        NEW SECTION. Sec. 810. A new section is added to chapter 2.48 RCW to read as follows:  ATTORNEYS. The Washington state supreme court may provide by rule that no person who has been certified by the department of social and health services as a person who is in noncompliance with a support order as provided in section 802 of this act may be admitted to the practice of law in this state, and that any member of the Washington state bar association who has been certified by the department of social and health services as a person who is in noncompliance with a support order as provided in section 802 of this act shall be immediately suspended from membership. The court's rules may provide for review of an application for admission or reinstatement of membership after the department of social and health services has issued a release stating that the person is in compliance with the order.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 811. A new section is added to chapter 18.04 RCW to read as follows:          The board shall immediately suspend the certificate or license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the board's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.               Sec. 812. RCW 18.04.335 and 1992 c 103 s 13 are each amended to read as follows:          (1) Upon application in writing and after hearing pursuant to notice, the board may:           (((1))) (a) Modify the suspension of, or reissue a certificate or license to, an individual whose certificate has been revoked or suspended; or       (((2))) (b) Modify the suspension of, or reissue a license to a firm whose license has been revoked, suspended, or which the board has refused to renew.      (2) In the case of suspension for failure to comply with a support order under chapter 74.20A RCW, if the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of a certificate or license shall be automatic upon the board's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the individual is in compliance with the order.      Sec. 813. RCW 18.08.350 and 1993 c 475 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) Except as provided in section 815 of this act, a certificate of registration shall be granted by the director to all qualified applicants who are certified by the board as having passed the required examination and as having given satisfactory proof of completion of the required experience.   (2) Applications for examination shall be filed as the board prescribes by rule. The application and examination fees shall be determined by the director under RCW 43.24.086.      (3) An applicant for registration as an architect shall be of a good moral character, at least eighteen years of age, and shall possess any of the following qualifications:         (a) Have an accredited architectural degree and three years' practical architectural work experience approved by the board, which may include designing buildings as a principal activity. At least two years' work experience must be supervised by an architect with detailed professional knowledge of the work of the applicant;              (b) Have eight years' practical architectural work experience approved by the board. Each year spent in an accredited architectural program approved by the board shall be considered one year of practical experience. At least four years' practical work experience shall be under the direct supervision of an architect; or   (c) Be a person who has been designing buildings as a principal activity for eight years, or has an equivalent combination of education and experience, but who was not registered under chapter 323, Laws of 1959, as amended, as it existed before July 28, 1992, provided that application is made within four years after July 28, 1992. Nothing in this chapter prevents such a person from designing buildings for four years after July 28, 1992, or the five-year period allowed for completion of the examination process, after that person has applied for registration. A person who has been designing buildings and is qualified under this subsection shall, upon application to the board of registration for architects, be allowed to take the examination for architect registration on an equal basis with other applicants.            Sec. 814. RCW 18.08.350 and 1993 c 475 s 2 are each amended to read as follows:          (1) Except as provided in section 815 of this act, a certificate of registration shall be granted by the director to all qualified applicants who are certified by the board as having passed the required examination and as having given satisfactory proof of completion of the required experience.         (2) Applications for examination shall be filed as the board prescribes by rule. The application and examination fees shall be determined by the director under RCW 43.24.086.             (3) An applicant for registration as an architect shall be of a good moral character, at least eighteen years of age, and shall possess any of the following qualifications:            (a) Have an accredited architectural degree and three years' practical architectural work experience approved by the board, which may include designing buildings as a principal activity. At least two years' work experience must be supervised by an architect with detailed professional knowledge of the work of the applicant; or        (b) Have eight years' practical architectural work experience approved by the board. Each year spent in an accredited architectural program approved by the board shall be considered one year of practical experience. At least four years' practical work experience shall be under the direct supervision of an architect.    NEW SECTION. Sec. 815. A new section is added to chapter 18.08 RCW to read as follows:              The board shall immediately suspend the certificate of registration or certificate of authorization to practice architecture of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate shall be automatic upon the board's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the individual is in compliance with the order.   Sec. 816. RCW 18.11.160 and 1986 c 324 s 12 are each amended to read as follows:      (1) No license shall be issued by the department to any person who has been convicted of forgery, embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, extortion, criminal conspiracy, fraud, theft, receiving stolen goods, unlawful issuance of checks or drafts, or other similar offense, or to any partnership of which the person is a member, or to any association or corporation of which the person is an officer or in which as a stockholder the person has or exercises a controlling interest either directly or indirectly.   (2) The following shall be grounds for denial, suspension, or revocation of a license, or imposition of an administrative fine by the department:             (a) Misrepresentation or concealment of material facts in obtaining a license;        (b) Underreporting to the department of sales figures so that the auctioneer or auction company surety bond is in a lower amount than required by law;               (c) Revocation of a license by another state;          (d) Misleading or false advertising;        (e) A pattern of substantial misrepresentations related to auctioneering or auction company business;            (f) Failure to cooperate with the department in any investigation or disciplinary action;  (g) Nonpayment of an administrative fine prior to renewal of a license;      (h) Aiding an unlicensed person to practice as an auctioneer or as an auction company; and                (i) Any other violations of this chapter.      (3) The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.        Sec. 817. RCW 18.16.100 and 1991 c 324 s 6 are each amended to read as follows:             (1) Upon payment of the proper fee, except as provided in section 818 of this act, the director shall issue the appropriate license to any person who:        (a) Is at least seventeen years of age or older;        (b) Has completed and graduated from a course approved by the director of sixteen hundred hours of training in cosmetology, one thousand hours of training in barbering, five hundred hours of training in manicuring, five hundred hours of training in esthetics, and/or five hundred hours of training as an instructor-trainee; and              (c) Has received a passing grade on the appropriate licensing examination approved or administered by the director.              (2) A person currently licensed under this chapter may qualify for examination and licensure, after the required examination is passed, in another category if he or she has completed the crossover training course approved by the director.      (3) Upon payment of the proper fee, the director shall issue a salon/shop license to the operator of a salon/shop if the salon/shop meets the other requirements of this chapter as demonstrated by information submitted by the operator.             (4) The director may consult with the state board of health and the department of labor and industries in establishing training and examination requirements.         NEW SECTION. Sec. 818. A new section is added to chapter 18.16 RCW to read as follows:          The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.            NEW SECTION. Sec. 819 A new section is added to chapter 18.20 RCW to read as follows:      The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.               Sec. 820. RCW 18.27.060 and 1983 1st ex.s. c 2 s 19 are each amended to read as follows: (1) A certificate of registration shall be valid for one year and shall be renewed on or before the expiration date. The department shall issue to the applicant a certificate of registration upon compliance with the registration requirements of this chapter.      (2) If the department approves an application, it shall issue a certificate of registration to the applicant. The certificate shall be valid for:      (a) One year;           (b) Until the bond expires; or                 (c) Until the insurance expires, whichever comes first. The department shall place the expiration date on the certificate.   (3) A contractor may supply a short-term bond or insurance policy to bring its registration period to the full one year.       (4) If a contractor's surety bond or other security has an unsatisfied judgment against it or is canceled, or if the contractor's insurance policy is canceled, the contractor's registration shall be automatically suspended on the effective date of the impairment or cancellation. The department shall give notice of the suspension to the contractor.                (5) The department shall immediately suspend the certificate of registration of a contractor who has been certified by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order as provided in section 802 of this act. The certificate of registration shall not be reissued or renewed unless the person provides to the department a release from the department of social and health services stating that he or she is in compliance with the order and the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension.          Sec. 821. RCW 18.28.060 and 1979 c 156 s 3 are each amended to read as follows:             Except as provided in section 822 of this act, the director shall issue a license to an applicant if the following requirements are met:  (1) The application is complete and the applicant has complied with RCW 18.28.030.      (2) Neither an individual applicant, nor any of the applicant's members if the applicant is a partnership or association, nor any of the applicant's officers or directors if the applicant is a corporation: (a) Has ever been convicted of forgery, embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, larceny, extortion, conspiracy to defraud or any other like offense, or has been disbarred from the practice of law; (b) has participated in a violation of this chapter or of any valid rules, orders or decisions of the director promulgated under this chapter; (c) has had a license to engage in the business of debt adjusting revoked or removed for any reason other than for failure to pay licensing fees in this or any other state; or (d) is an employee or owner of a collection agency, or process serving business.          (3) An individual applicant is at least eighteen years of age.   (4) An applicant which is a partnership, corporation, or association is authorized to do business in this state.      (5) An individual applicant for an original license as a debt adjuster has passed an examination administered by the director, which examination may be oral or written, or partly oral and partly written, and shall be practical in nature and sufficiently thorough to ascertain the applicant's fitness. Questions on bookkeeping, credit adjusting, business ethics, agency, contracts, debtor and creditor relationships, trust funds and the provisions of this chapter shall be included in the examination. No applicant may use any books or other similar aids while taking the examination, and no applicant may take the examination more than three times in any twelve month period.            NEW SECTION. Sec. 822. A new section is added to chapter 18.28 RCW to read as follows:              The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.      Sec. 823. RCW 18.39.181 and 1996 c 217 s 7 are each amended to read as follows:      The director shall have the following powers and duties:      (1) To issue all licenses provided for under this chapter;       (2) To renew licenses under this chapter;           (3) To collect all fees prescribed and required under this chapter; ((and))             (4) To immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order; and     (5) To keep general books of record of all official acts, proceedings, and transactions of the department of licensing while acting under this chapter.        NEW SECTION. Sec. 824. A new section is added to chapter 18.39 RCW to read as follows:         In the case of suspension for failure to comply with a support order under chapter 74.20A RCW, if the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of a license shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the individual is in compliance with the order.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 825. A new section is added to chapter 18.43 RCW to read as follows:          The board shall immediately suspend the registration of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for membership during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate of registration shall be automatic upon the board's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.                 NEW SECTION. Sec. 826. A new section is added to chapter 18.44 RCW to read as follows:        The department shall immediately suspend the certificate of registration of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.            Sec. 827. RCW 18.46.050 and 1991 c 3 s 101 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) The department may deny, suspend, or revoke a license in any case in which it finds that there has been failure or refusal to comply with the requirements established under this chapter or the rules adopted under it.         (2) The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.            RCW 43.70.115 governs notice of a license denial, revocation, suspension, or modification and provides the right to an adjudicative proceeding but shall not apply to actions taken under subsection (2) of this section.             NEW SECTION. Sec. 828. A new section is added to chapter 18.51 RCW to read as follows:              The department shall immediately suspend the license of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services, division of support, as a person who is not in compliance with a child support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the division of child support stating that the person is in compliance with the order.            NEW SECTION. Sec. 829. A new section is added to chapter 18.76 RCW to read as follows:              The department shall immediately suspend the certification of a poison center medical director or a poison information specialist who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension, reissuance of the certification shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.            NEW SECTION. Sec. 830. A new section is added to chapter 18.85 RCW to read as follows:              The director shall immediately suspend the license of a broker or salesperson who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.       Sec. 831. RCW 18.96.120 and 1969 ex.s. c 158 s 12 are each amended to read as follows:                  (1) The director may refuse to renew, or may suspend or revoke, a certificate of registration to use the titles landscape architect, landscape architecture, or landscape architectural in this state upon the following grounds:        (((1))) (a) The holder of the certificate of registration is impersonating a practitioner or former practitioner.      (((2))) (b) The holder of the certificate of registration is guilty of fraud, deceit, gross negligence, gross incompetency or gross misconduct in the practice of landscape architecture.      (((3))) (c) The holder of the certificate of registration permits his seal to be affixed to any plans, specifications or drawings that were not prepared by him or under his personal supervision by employees subject to his direction and control.      (((4))) (d) The holder of the certificate has committed fraud in applying for or obtaining a certificate.                (2) The director shall immediately suspend the certificate of registration of a landscape architect who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate of registration shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.       Sec. 832. RCW 18.104.110 and 1993 c 387 s 18 are each amended to read as follows:        (1) In cases other than those relating to the failure of a licensee to renew a license, the director may suspend or revoke a license issued pursuant to this chapter for any of the following reasons:      (((1))) (a) For fraud or deception in obtaining the license;     (((2))) (b) For fraud or deception in reporting under RCW 18.104.050;      (((3))) (c) For violating the provisions of this chapter, or of any lawful rule or regulation of the department or the department of health.      (2) The director shall immediately suspend any license issued under this chapter if the holder of the license has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.      (3) No license shall be suspended for more than six months, except that a suspension under section 802 of this act shall continue until the department receives a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.      (4) No person whose license is revoked shall be eligible to apply for a license for one year from the effective date of the final order of revocation.         Sec. 833. RCW 18.106.070 and 1985 c 465 s 1 are each amended to read as follows:    (1) Except as provided in section 834 of this act, the department shall issue a certificate of competency to all applicants who have passed the examination and have paid the fee for the certificate. The certificate shall bear the date of issuance, and shall expire on the birthdate of the holder immediately following the date of issuance. The certificate shall be renewable every other year, upon application, on or before the birthdate of the holder. A renewal fee shall be assessed for each certificate. If a person fails to renew the certificate by the renewal date, he or she must pay a doubled fee. If the person does not renew the certificate within ninety days of the renewal date, he or she must retake the examination and pay the examination fee.      The certificate of competency and the temporary permit provided for in this chapter grant the holder the right to engage in the work of plumbing as a journeyman plumber or specialty plumber in accordance with their provisions throughout the state and within any of its political subdivisions on any job or any employment without additional proof of competency or any other license or permit or fee to engage in the work. This section does not preclude employees from adhering to a union security clause in any employment where such a requirement exists.      (2) A person who is indentured in an apprenticeship program approved under chapter 49.04 RCW for the plumbing construction trade or who is learning the plumbing construction trade may work in the plumbing construction trade if supervised by a certified journeyman plumber or a certified specialty plumber in that plumber's specialty. All apprentices and individuals learning the plumbing construction trade shall obtain a plumbing training certificate from the department. The certificate shall authorize the holder to learn the plumbing construction trade while under the direct supervision of a journeyman plumber or a specialty plumber working in his or her specialty. The holder of the plumbing training certificate shall renew the certificate annually. At the time of renewal, the holder shall provide the department with an accurate list of the holder's employers in the plumbing construction industry for the previous year and the number of hours worked for each employer. An annual fee shall be charged for the issuance or renewal of the certificate. The department shall set the fee by rule. The fee shall cover but not exceed the cost of administering and enforcing the trainee certification and supervision requirements of this chapter. Apprentices and individuals learning the plumbing construction trade shall have their plumbing training certificates in their possession at all times that they are performing plumbing work. They shall show their certificates to an authorized representative of the department at the representative's request.      (3) Any person who has been issued a plumbing training certificate under this chapter may work if that person is under supervision. Supervision shall consist of a person being on the same job site and under the control of either a journeyman plumber or an appropriate specialty plumber who has an applicable certificate of competency issued under this chapter. Either a journeyman plumber or an appropriate specialty plumber shall be on the same job site as the noncertified individual for a minimum of seventy-five percent of each working day unless otherwise provided in this chapter. The ratio of noncertified individuals to certified journeymen or specialty plumbers working on a job site shall be: (a) From July 28, 1985, through June 30, 1988, not more than three noncertified plumbers working on any one job site for every certified journeyman or specialty plumber; (b) effective July 1, 1988, not more than two noncertified plumbers working on any one job site for every certified specialty plumber or journeyman plumber working as a specialty plumber; and (c) effective July 1, 1988, not more than one noncertified plumber working on any one job site for every certified journeyman plumber working as a journeyman plumber.      An individual who has a current training certificate and who has successfully completed or is currently enrolled in an approved apprenticeship program or in a technical school program in the plumbing construction trade in a school approved by the ((commission for vocational education)) work force training and education coordinating board, may work without direct on-site supervision during the last six months of meeting the practical experience requirements of this chapter.    NEW SECTION. Sec. 834. A new section is added to chapter 18.106 RCW to read as follows:               The department shall immediately suspend any certificate of competency issued under this chapter if the holder of the certificate has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate of competency shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.  NEW SECTION. Sec. 835. A new section is added to chapter 18.130 RCW to read as follows:         The secretary shall immediately suspend the license of any person subject to this chapter who has been certified by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order as provided in section 802 of this act.      Sec. 836. RCW 18.130.150 and 1984 c 279 s 15 are each amended to read as follows:       A person whose license has been suspended or revoked under this chapter may petition the disciplining authority for reinstatement after an interval as determined by the disciplining authority in the order. The disciplining authority shall hold hearings on the petition and may deny the petition or may order reinstatement and impose terms and conditions as provided in RCW 18.130.160 and issue an order of reinstatement. The disciplining authority may require successful completion of an examination as a condition of reinstatement.    A person whose license has been suspended for noncompliance with a support order under section 802 of this act may petition for reinstatement at any time by providing the secretary a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, the secretary shall automatically reissue the person's license upon receipt of the release, and payment of a reinstatement fee, if any.        NEW SECTION. Sec. 837. A new section is added to chapter 18.140 RCW to read as follows:      The director shall immediately suspend any license or certificate issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.      Sec. 838. RCW 18.145.080 and 1995 c 269 s 504 and 1995 c 27 s 8 are each reenacted and amended to read as follows:.       Except as provided in section 839 of this act, the department shall issue a certificate to any applicant who meets the standards established under this chapter and who:          (1) Is holding one of the following:        (a) Certificate of proficiency, registered professional reporter, registered merit reporter, or registered diplomate reporter from (([the])) the national court reporters association;      (b) Certificate of proficiency or certificate of merit from (([the])) the national stenomask verbatim reporters association; or   (c) A current Washington state court reporter certification; or  (2) Has passed an examination approved by the director or an examination that meets or exceeds the standards established by the director.        NEW SECTION. Sec. 839. A new section is added to chapter 18.145 RCW to read as follows:   The director shall immediately suspend any certificate issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.                Sec. 840. RCW 18.160.080 and 1990 c 177 s 10 are each amended to read as follows:          (1) The state director of fire protection may refuse to issue or renew or may suspend or revoke the privilege of a licensed fire protection sprinkler system contractor or the certificate of a certificate of competency holder to engage in the fire protection sprinkler system business or in lieu thereof, establish penalties as prescribed by Washington state law, for any of the following reasons:         (a) Gross incompetency or gross negligence in the preparation of technical drawings, installation, repair, alteration, maintenance, inspection, service, or addition to fire protection sprinkler systems;      (b) Conviction of a felony;     (c) Fraudulent or dishonest practices while engaging in the fire protection sprinkler systems business;                 (d) Use of false evidence or misrepresentation in an application for a license or certificate of competency;  (e) Permitting his or her license to be used in connection with the preparation of any technical drawings which have not been prepared by him or her personally or under his or her immediate supervision, or in violation of this chapter; or          (f) Knowingly violating any provisions of this chapter or the regulations issued thereunder.           (2) The state director of fire protection shall revoke the license of a licensed fire protection sprinkler system contractor or the certificate of a certificate of competency holder who engages in the fire protection sprinkler system business while the license or certificate of competency is suspended.        (3) The state director of fire protection shall immediately suspend any license or certificate issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for issuance or reinstatement during the suspension, issuance or reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.            (4) Any licensee or certificate of competency holder who is aggrieved by an order of the state director of fire protection suspending or revoking a license may, within thirty days after notice of such suspension or revocation, appeal under chapter 34.05 RCW. This subsection does not apply to actions taken under subsection (3) of this section.      Sec. 841. RCW 18.165.160 and 1995 c 277 s 34 are each amended to read as follows:       The following acts are prohibited and constitute grounds for disciplinary action, assessing administrative penalties, or denial, suspension, or revocation of any license under this chapter, as deemed appropriate by the director:      (1) Knowingly violating any of the provisions of this chapter or the rules adopted under this chapter;                 (2) Knowingly making a material misstatement or omission in the application for or renewal of a license or firearms certificate, including falsifying requested identification information;            (3) Not meeting the qualifications set forth in RCW 18.165.030, 18.165.040, or 18.165.050;      (4) Failing to return immediately on demand a firearm issued by an employer;    (5) Carrying a firearm in the performance of his or her duties if not the holder of a valid armed private investigator license, or carrying a firearm not meeting the provisions of this chapter while in the performance of his or her duties;  (6) Failing to return immediately on demand company identification, badges, or other items issued to the private investigator by an employer;             (7) Making any statement that would reasonably cause another person to believe that the private investigator is a sworn peace officer;            (8) Divulging confidential information obtained in the course of any investigation to which he or she was assigned;          (9) Acceptance of employment that is adverse to a client or former client and relates to a matter about which a licensee has obtained confidential information by reason of or in the course of the licensee's employment by the client;        (10) Conviction of a gross misdemeanor or felony or the commission of any act involving moral turpitude, dishonesty, or corruption whether the act constitutes a crime or not. If the act constitutes a crime, conviction in a criminal proceeding is not a condition precedent to disciplinary action. Upon such a conviction, however, the judgment and sentence is conclusive evidence at the ensuing disciplinary hearing of the guilt of the license holder or applicant of the crime described in the indictment or information, and of the person's violation of the statute on which it is based. For the purposes of this section, conviction includes all instances in which a plea of guilty or nolo contendere is the basis for the conviction and all proceedings in which the sentence has been deferred or suspended;            (11) Advertising that is false, fraudulent, or misleading;      (12) Incompetence or negligence that results in injury to a person or that creates an unreasonable risk that a person may be harmed;      (13) Suspension, revocation, or restriction of the individual's license to practice the profession by competent authority in any state, federal, or foreign jurisdiction, a certified copy of the order, stipulation, or agreement being conclusive evidence of the revocation, suspension, or restriction;          (14) Failure to cooperate with the director by:  (a) Not furnishing any necessary papers or documents requested by the director for purposes of conducting an investigation for disciplinary action, denial, suspension, or revocation of a license under this chapter;      (b) Not furnishing in writing a full and complete explanation covering the matter contained in a complaint filed with the department; or      (c) Not responding to subpoenas issued by the director, whether or not the recipient of the subpoena is the accused in the proceeding;      (15) Failure to comply with an order issued by the director or an assurance of discontinuance entered into with the director;      (16) Aiding or abetting an unlicensed person to practice if a license is required;                  (17) Misrepresentation or fraud in any aspect of the conduct of the business or profession;    (18) Failure to adequately supervise employees to the extent that the public health or safety is at risk;                    (19) Interference with an investigation or disciplinary proceeding by willful misrepresentation of facts before the director or the director's authorized representative, or by the use of threats or harassment against any client or witness to prevent them from providing evidence in a disciplinary proceeding or any other legal action;                  (20) Assigning or transferring any license issued pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, except as provided in RCW 18.165.050;            (21) Assisting a client to locate, trace, or contact a person when the investigator knows that the client is prohibited by any court order from harassing or contacting the person whom the investigator is being asked to locate, trace, or contact, as it pertains to domestic violence, stalking, or minor children;        (22) Failure to maintain bond or insurance; ((or))      (23) Failure to have a qualifying principal in place; or           (24) Being certified as not in compliance with a support order as provided in section 802 of this act.  NEW SECTION. Sec. 842. A new section is added to chapter 18.165 RCW to read as follows:        The director shall immediately suspend a license issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.     Sec. 843. RCW 18.170.170 and 1995 c 277 s 12 are each amended to read as follows:          In addition to the provisions of section 844 of this act, the following acts are prohibited and constitute grounds for disciplinary action, assessing administrative penalties, or denial, suspension, or revocation of any license under this chapter, as deemed appropriate by the director:            (1) Knowingly violating any of the provisions of this chapter or the rules adopted under this chapter;       (2) Practicing fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation in any of the private security activities covered by this chapter;      (3) Knowingly making a material misstatement or omission in the application for a license or firearms certificate;            (4) Not meeting the qualifications set forth in RCW 18.170.030, 18.170.040, or 18.170.060;               (5) Failing to return immediately on demand a firearm issued by an employer; (6) Carrying a firearm in the performance of his or her duties if not the holder of a valid armed private security guard license, or carrying a firearm not meeting the provisions of this chapter while in the performance of his or her duties;          (7) Failing to return immediately on demand any uniform, badge, or other item of equipment issued to the private security guard by an employer;      (8) Making any statement that would reasonably cause another person to believe that the private security guard is a sworn peace officer;      (9) Divulging confidential information that may compromise the security of any premises, or valuables shipment, or any activity of a client to which he or she was assigned;  (10) Conviction of a gross misdemeanor or felony or the commission of any act involving moral turpitude, dishonesty, or corruption whether the act constitutes a crime or not. If the act constitutes a crime, conviction in a criminal proceeding is not a condition precedent to disciplinary action. Upon such a conviction, however, the judgment and sentence is conclusive evidence at the ensuing disciplinary hearing of the guilt of the license holder or applicant of the crime described in the indictment or information, and of the person's violation of the statute on which it is based. For the purposes of this section, conviction includes all instances in which a plea of guilty or nolo contendere is the basis for the conviction and all proceedings in which the sentence has been deferred or suspended;               (11) Misrepresentation or concealment of a material fact in obtaining a license or in reinstatement thereof;      (12) Advertising that is false, fraudulent, or misleading;    (13) Incompetence or negligence that results in injury to a person or that creates an unreasonable risk that a person may be harmed;              (14) Suspension, revocation, or restriction of the individual's license to practice the profession by competent authority in any state, federal, or foreign jurisdiction, a certified copy of the order, stipulation, or agreement being conclusive evidence of the revocation, suspension, or restriction;             (15) Failure to cooperate with the director by:       (a) Not furnishing any necessary papers or documents requested by the director for purposes of conducting an investigation for disciplinary action, denial, suspension, or revocation of a license under this chapter;       (b) Not furnishing in writing a full and complete explanation covering the matter contained in a complaint filed with the department; or    (c) Not responding to subpoenas issued by the director, whether or not the recipient of the subpoena is the accused in the proceeding;        (16) Failure to comply with an order issued by the director or an assurance of discontinuance entered into with the disciplining authority;           (17) Aiding or abetting an unlicensed person to practice if a license is required;             (18) Misrepresentation or fraud in any aspect of the conduct of the business or profession;     (19) Failure to adequately supervise employees to the extent that the public health or safety is at risk;            (20) Interference with an investigation or disciplinary proceeding by willful misrepresentation of facts before the director or the director's authorized representative, or by the use of threats or harassment against a client or witness to prevent them from providing evidence in a disciplinary proceeding or any other legal action;  (21) Assigning or transferring any license issued pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, except as provided in RCW 18.170.060;  (22) Failure to maintain insurance; and  (23) Failure to have a qualifying principal in place.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 844. A new section is added to chapter 18.170 RCW to read as follows:        The director shall immediately suspend any license issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.                 NEW SECTION. Sec. 845. A new section is added to chapter 18.175 RCW to read as follows:      The director shall immediately suspend a certificate of registration issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for certification during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.    NEW SECTION. Sec. 846. A new section is added to chapter 18.185 RCW to read as follows:      The director shall immediately suspend any license issued under this chapter if the holder has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.           Sec. 847. RCW 43.20A.205 and 1989 c 175 s 95 are each amended to read as follows:       This section governs the denial of an application for a license or the suspension, revocation, or modification of a license by the department.      (1) The department shall give written notice of the denial of an application for a license to the applicant or his or her agent. The department shall give written notice of revocation, suspension, or modification of a license to the licensee or his or her agent. The notice shall state the reasons for the action. The notice shall be personally served in the manner of service of a summons in a civil action or shall be given in ((an other)) another manner that shows proof of receipt.      (2) Except as otherwise provided in this subsection and in subsection (4) of this section, revocation, suspension, or modification is effective twenty-eight days after the licensee or the agent receives the notice.           (a) The department may make the date the action is effective later than twenty-eight days after receipt. If the department does so, it shall state the effective date in the written notice given the licensee or agent.      (b) The department may make the date the action is effective sooner than twenty-eight days after receipt when necessary to protect the public health, safety, or welfare. When the department does so, it shall state the effective date and the reasons supporting the effective date in the written notice given to the licensee or agent.                (c) When the department has received certification pursuant to chapter 74.20A RCW from the division of child support that the licensee is a person who is not in compliance with a support order, the department shall provide that the suspension is effective immediately upon receipt of the suspension notice by the licensee.        (3) Except for licensees suspended for noncompliance with a support order under chapter 74.20A RCW, a license applicant or licensee who is aggrieved by a department denial, revocation, suspension, or modification has the right to an adjudicative proceeding. The proceeding is governed by the Administrative Procedure Act, chapter 34.05 RCW. The application must be in writing, state the basis for contesting the adverse action, include a copy of the adverse notice, be served on and received by the department within twenty-eight days of the license applicant's or licensee's receiving the adverse notice, and be served in a manner that shows proof of receipt.        (4)(a) If the department gives a licensee twenty-eight or more days notice of revocation, suspension, or modification and the licensee files an appeal before its effective date, the department shall not implement the adverse action until the final order has been entered. The presiding or reviewing officer may permit the department to implement part or all of the adverse action while the proceedings are pending if the appellant causes an unreasonable delay in the proceeding, if the circumstances change so that implementation is in the public interest, or for other good cause.         (b) If the department gives a licensee less than twenty-eight days notice of revocation, suspension, or modification and the licensee timely files a sufficient appeal, the department may implement the adverse action on the effective date stated in the notice. The presiding or reviewing officer may order the department to stay implementation of part or all of the adverse action while the proceedings are pending if staying implementation is in the public interest or for other good cause.      NEW SECTION. Sec. 848. A new section is added to chapter 28A.410 RCW to read as follows:     Any certificate or permit authorized under this chapter or chapter 28A.405 RCW shall be suspended by the authority authorized to grant the certificate or permit if the department of social and health services certifies that the person is not in compliance with a support order as provided in section 802 of this act. If the person continues to meet other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the certificate or permit shall be automatic after the person provides the authority a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the person is in compliance with the order.    Sec. 849. RCW 43.70.115 and 1991 c 3 s 377 are each amended to read as follows:      This section governs the denial of an application for a license or the suspension, revocation, or modification of a license by the department. This section does not govern actions taken under chapter 18.130 RCW.                (1) The department shall give written notice of the denial of an application for a license to the applicant or his or her agent. The department shall give written notice of revocation, suspension, or modification of a license to the licensee or his or her agent. The notice shall state the reasons for the action. The notice shall be personally served in the manner of service of a summons in a civil action or shall be given in ((an other [another])) another manner that shows proof of receipt.      (2) Except as otherwise provided in this subsection and in subsection (4) of this section, revocation, suspension, or modification is effective twenty-eight days after the licensee or the agent receives the notice.                (a) The department may make the date the action is effective later than twenty-eight days after receipt. If the department does so, it shall state the effective date in the written notice given the licensee or agent.          (b) The department may make the date the action is effective sooner than twenty-eight days after receipt when necessary to protect the public health, safety, or welfare. When the department does so, it shall state the effective date and the reasons supporting the effective date in the written notice given to the licensee or agent.                (c) When the department has received certification pursuant to chapter 74.20A RCW from the department of social and health services that the licensee is a person who is not in compliance with a child support order, the department shall provide that the suspension is effective immediately upon receipt of the suspension notice by the licensee.  (3) Except for licensees suspended for noncompliance with a child support order under chapter 74.20A RCW, a license applicant or licensee who is aggrieved by a department denial, revocation, suspension, or modification has the right to an adjudicative proceeding. The proceeding is governed by the Administrative Procedure Act, chapter 34.05 RCW. The application must be in writing, state the basis for contesting the adverse action, include a copy of the adverse notice, be served on and received by the department within twenty-eight days of the license applicant's or licensee's receiving the adverse notice, and be served in a manner that shows proof of receipt.        (4)(a) If the department gives a licensee twenty-eight or more days notice of revocation, suspension, or modification and the licensee files an appeal before its effective date, the department shall not implement the adverse action until the final order has been entered. The presiding or reviewing officer may permit the department to implement part or all of the adverse action while the proceedings are pending if the appellant causes an unreasonable delay in the proceeding, if the circumstances change so that implementation is in the public interest, or for other good cause.         (b) If the department gives a licensee less than twenty-eight days notice of revocation, suspension, or modification and the licensee timely files a sufficient appeal, the department may implement the adverse action on the effective date stated in the notice. The presiding or reviewing officer may order the department to stay implementation of part or all of the adverse action while the proceedings are pending if staying implementation is in the public interest or for other good cause.      Sec. 850. RCW 19.28.310 and 1996 c 241 s 5 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) The department has the power, in case of serious noncompliance with the provisions of this chapter, to revoke or suspend for such a period as it determines, any electrical contractor license or electrical contractor administrator certificate issued under this chapter. The department shall notify the holder of the license or certificate of the revocation or suspension by certified mail. A revocation or suspension is effective twenty days after the holder receives the notice. Any revocation or suspension is subject to review by an appeal to the board. The filing of an appeal stays the effect of a revocation or suspension until the board makes its decision. The appeal shall be filed within twenty days after notice of the revocation or suspension is given by certified mail sent to the address of the holder of the license or certificate as shown on the application for the license or certificate, and shall be effected by filing a written notice of appeal with the department, accompanied by a certified check for two hundred dollars, which shall be returned to the holder of the license or certificate if the decision of the department is not sustained by the board. The hearing shall be conducted in accordance with chapter 34.05 RCW. If the board sustains the decision of the department, the two hundred dollars shall be applied by the department to the payment of the per diem and expenses of the members of the board incurred in the matter, and any balance remaining after payment of per diem and expenses shall be paid into the electrical license fund.                (2) The department shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.                Sec. 851. RCW 19.28.580 and 1988 c 81 s 15 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) The department may revoke any certificate of competency upon the following grounds:      (a) The certificate was obtained through error or fraud;         (b) The holder thereof is judged to be incompetent to work in the electrical construction trade as a journeyman electrician or specialty electrician;       (c) The holder thereof has violated any of the provisions of RCW 19.28.510 through 19.28.620 or any rule adopted under this chapter.          (2) Before any certificate of competency shall be revoked, the holder shall be given written notice of the department's intention to do so, mailed by registered mail, return receipt requested, to the holder's last known address. The notice shall enumerate the allegations against the holder, and shall give the holder the opportunity to request a hearing before the board. At the hearing, the department and the holder may produce witnesses and give testimony. The hearing shall be conducted in accordance with chapter 34.05 RCW. The board shall render its decision based upon the testimony and evidence presented, and shall notify the parties immediately upon reaching its decision. A majority of the board shall be necessary to render a decision.                 (3) The department shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the department's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.   Sec. 852. RCW 19.30.060 and 1985 c 280 s 6 are each amended to read as follows:            Any person may protest the grant or renewal of a license under this section. The director may revoke, suspend, or refuse to issue or renew any license when it is shown that:  (1) The farm labor contractor or any agent of the contractor has violated or failed to comply with any of the provisions of this chapter;                 (2) The farm labor contractor has made any misrepresentations or false statements in his or her application for a license;              (3) The conditions under which the license was issued have changed or no longer exist;           (4) The farm labor contractor, or any agent of the contractor, has violated or wilfully aided or abetted any person in the violation of, or failed to comply with, any law of the state of Washington regulating employment in agriculture, the payment of wages to farm employees, or the conditions, terms, or places of employment affecting the health and safety of farm employees, which is applicable to the business activities, or operations of the contractor in his or her capacity as a farm labor contractor;                (5) The farm labor contractor or any agent of the contractor has in recruiting farm labor solicited or induced the violation of any then existing contract of employment of such laborers; or   (6) The farm labor contractor or any agent of the contractor has an unsatisfied judgment against him or her in any state or federal court, arising out of his or her farm labor contracting activities.               The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.               Sec. 853. RCW 19.16.120 and 1994 c 195 s 3 are each amended to read as follows:          In addition to other provisions of this chapter, any license issued pursuant to this chapter or any application therefor may be denied, not renewed, revoked, or suspended, or in lieu of or in addition to suspension a licensee may be assessed a civil, monetary penalty in an amount not to exceed one thousand dollars:            (1) If an individual applicant or licensee is less than eighteen years of age or is not a resident of this state.          (2) If an applicant or licensee is not authorized to do business in this state.          (3) If the application or renewal forms required by this chapter are incomplete, fees required under RCW 19.16.140 and 19.16.150, if applicable, have not been paid, and the surety bond or cash deposit or other negotiable security acceptable to the director required by RCW 19.16.190, if applicable, has not been filed or renewed or is canceled.            (4) If any individual applicant, owner, officer, director, or managing employee of a nonindividual applicant or licensee:    (a) Shall have knowingly made a false statement of a material fact in any application for a collection agency license or an out-of-state collection agency license or renewal thereof, or in any data attached thereto and two years have not elapsed since the date of such statement;         (b) Shall have had a license to engage in the business of a collection agency or out-of-state collection agency denied, not renewed, suspended, or revoked by this state, any other state, or foreign country, for any reason other than the nonpayment of licensing fees or failure to meet bonding requirements: PROVIDED, That the terms of this subsection shall not apply if:              (i) Two years have elapsed since the time of any such denial, nonrenewal, or revocation; or                 (ii) The terms of any such suspension have been fulfilled;      (c) Has been convicted in any court of any felony involving forgery, embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, larceny, extortion, or conspiracy to defraud and is incarcerated for that offense or five years have not elapsed since the date of such conviction;      (d) Has had any judgment entered against him in any civil action involving forgery, embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, larceny, extortion, or conspiracy to defraud and five years have not elapsed since the date of the entry of the final judgment in said action: PROVIDED, That in no event shall a license be issued unless the judgment debt has been discharged;     (e) Has had his license to practice law suspended or revoked and two years have not elapsed since the date of such suspension or revocation, unless he has been relicensed to practice law in this state; (f) Has had any judgment entered against him or it under the provisions of RCW 19.86.080 or 19.86.090 involving a violation or violations of RCW 19.86.020 and two years have not elapsed since the entry of the final judgment: PROVIDED, That in no event shall a license be issued unless the terms of such judgment, if any, have been fully complied with: PROVIDED FURTHER, That said judgment shall not be grounds for denial, suspension, nonrenewal, or revocation of a license unless the judgment arises out of and is based on acts of the applicant, owner, officer, director, managing employee, or licensee while acting for or as a collection agency or an out-of-state collection agency;              (g) Has petitioned for bankruptcy, and two years have not elapsed since the filing of said petition;                (h) Shall be insolvent in the sense that his or its liabilities exceed his or its assets or in the sense that he or it cannot meet his or its obligations as they mature;      (i) Has failed to pay any civil, monetary penalty assessed in accordance with RCW 19.16.351 or 19.16.360 within ten days after the assessment becomes final;            (j) Has knowingly failed to comply with, or violated any provisions of this chapter or any rule or regulation issued pursuant to this chapter, and two years have not elapsed since the occurrence of said noncompliance or violation; or    (k) Has been found by a court of competent jurisdiction to have violated the federal fair debt collection practices act, 15 U.S.C. Sec. 1692 et seq., or the Washington state consumer protection act, chapter 19.86 RCW, and two years have not elapsed since that finding.     Except as otherwise provided in this section, any person who is engaged in the collection agency business as of January 1, 1972 shall, upon filing the application, paying the fees, and filing the surety bond or cash deposit or other negotiable security in lieu of bond required by this chapter, be issued a license ((hereunder)) under this chapter.         The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.      Sec. 854. RCW 19.31.130 and 1969 ex.s. c 228 s 13 are each amended to read as follows:                 (1) In accordance with the provisions of chapter 34.05 RCW as now or as hereafter amended, the director may by order deny, suspend or revoke the license of any employment agency if he finds that the applicant or licensee:       (((1))) (a) Was previously the holder of a license issued under this chapter, which was revoked for cause and never reissued by the director, or which license was suspended for cause and the terms of the suspension have not been fulfilled;      (((2))) (b) Has been found guilty of any felony within the past five years involving moral turpitude, or for any misdemeanor concerning fraud or conversion, or suffering any judgment in any civil action involving wilful fraud, misrepresentation or conversion;     (((3))) (c) Has made a false statement of a material fact in his application or in any data attached thereto;                  (((4))) (d) Has violated any provisions of this chapter, or failed to comply with any rule or regulation issued by the director pursuant to this chapter.     (2) The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.                Sec. 855. RCW 19.32.060 and 1943 c 117 s 5 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) The director of agriculture may cancel or suspend any such license if he finds after proper investigation that (a) the licensee has violated any provision of this chapter or of any other law of this state relating to the operation of refrigerated lockers or of the sale of any human food in connection therewith, or any regulation effective under any act the administration of which is in the charge of the department of agriculture, or (b) the licensed refrigerated locker premises or any equipment used therein or in connection therewith is in an unsanitary condition and the licensee has failed or refused to remedy the same within ten days after receipt from the director of agriculture of written notice to do so.    (2) No license shall be revoked or suspended by the director without delivery to the licensee of a written statement of the charge involved and an opportunity to answer such charge within ten days from the date of such notice.      (3) Any order made by the director suspending or revoking any license may be reviewed by certiorari in the superior court of the county in which the licensed premises are located, within ten days from the date notice in writing of the director's order revoking or suspending such license has been served upon him.                (4) The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.            Sec. 856. RCW 19.105.380 and 1988 c 159 s 14 are each amended to read as follows:       (1) A registration or an application for registration of camping resort contracts or renewals thereof may by order be denied, suspended, or revoked if the director finds that:           (a) The advertising, sales techniques, or trade practices of the applicant, registrant, or its affiliate or agent have been or are deceptive, false, or misleading;     (b) The applicant or registrant has failed to file copies of the camping resort contract form under RCW 19.105.360;        (c) The applicant, registrant, or affiliate has failed to comply with any provision of this chapter, the rules adopted or the conditions of a permit granted under this chapter, or a stipulation or final order previously entered into by the operator or issued by the department under this chapter;      (d) The applicant's, registrant's, or affiliate's offering of camping resort contracts has worked or would work a fraud upon purchasers or owners of camping resort contracts;  (e) The camping resort operator or any officer, director, or affiliate of the camping resort operator has been within the last five years convicted of or pleaded nolo contendre to any misdemeanor or felony involving conversion, embezzlement, theft, fraud, or dishonesty, has been enjoined from or had any civil penalty assessed for a finding of dishonest dealing or fraud in a civil suit, or been found to have engaged in any violation of any act designed to protect consumers, or has been engaged in dishonest practices in any industry involving sales to consumers;           (f) The applicant or registrant has represented or is representing to purchasers in connection with the offer or sale of a camping resort contract that a camping resort property, facility, amenity camp site, or other development is planned, promised, or required, and the applicant or registrant has not provided the director with a security or assurance of performance as required by this chapter;      (g) The applicant or registrant has not provided or is no longer providing the director with the necessary security arrangements to assure future availability of titles or properties as required by this chapter or agreed to in the permit to market;               (h) The applicant or registrant is or has been employing unregistered salespersons or offering or proposing a membership referral program not in compliance with this chapter;  (i) The applicant or registrant has breached any escrow, impound, reserve account, or trust arrangement or the conditions of an order or permit to market required by this chapter;     (j) The applicant or registrant has breached any stipulation or order entered into in settlement of the department's filing of a previous administrative action;             (k) The applicant or registrant has filed or caused to be filed with the director any document or affidavit, or made any statement during the course of a registration or exemption procedure with the director, that is materially untrue or misleading;            (l) The applicant or registrant has engaged in a practice of failing to provide the written disclosures to purchasers or prospective purchasers as required under this chapter;     (m) The applicant, registrant, or any of its officers, directors, or employees, if the operator is other than a natural person, have wilfully done, or permitted any of their salespersons or agents to do, any of the following:           (i) Engage in a pattern or practice of making untrue or misleading statements of a material fact, or omitting to state a material fact;    (ii) Employ any device, scheme, or artifice to defraud purchasers or members;    (iii) Engage in a pattern or practice of failing to provide the written disclosures to purchasers or prospective purchasers as required under this chapter;    (n) The applicant or registrant has failed to provide a bond, letter of credit, or other arrangement to assure delivery of promised gifts, prizes, awards, or other items of consideration, as required under this chapter, breached such a security arrangement, or failed to maintain such a security arrangement in effect because of a resignation or loss of a trustee, impound, or escrow agent;      (o) The applicant or registrant has engaged in a practice of selling contracts using material amendments or codicils that have not been filed or are the consequences of breaches or alterations in previously filed contracts;           (p) The applicant or registrant has engaged in a practice of selling or proposing to sell contracts in a ratio of contracts to sites available in excess of that filed in the affidavit required by this chapter;     (q) The camping resort operator has withdrawn, has the right to withdraw, or is proposing to withdraw from use all or any portion of any camping resort property devoted to the camping resort program, unless:      (i) Adequate provision has been made to provide within a reasonable time thereafter a substitute property in the same general area that is at least as desirable for the purpose of camping and outdoor recreation;      (ii) The property is withdrawn because, despite good faith efforts by the camping resort operator, a nonaffiliate of the camping resort has exercised a right of withdrawal from use by the camping resort (such as withdrawal following expiration of a lease of the property to the camping resort) and the terms of the withdrawal right have been disclosed in writing to all purchasers at or prior to the time of any sales of camping resort contracts after the camping resort has represented to purchasers that the property is or will be available for camping or recreation purposes;               (iii) The specific date upon which the withdrawal becomes effective has been disclosed in writing to all purchasers and members prior to the time of any sales of camping resort contracts after the camping resort has represented to purchasers that the property is or will be available for camping or recreation purposes;      (iv) The rights of members and owners of the camping resort contracts under the express terms of the camping resort contract have expired, or have been specifically limited, upon the lapse of a stated or determinable period of time, and the director by order has found that the withdrawal is not otherwise inconsistent with the protection of purchasers or the desire of the majority of the owners of camping resort contracts, as expressed in their previously obtained vote of approval;           (r) The format, form, or content of the written disclosures provided therein is not complete, full, or materially accurate, or statements made therein are materially false, misleading, or deceptive;              (s) The applicant or registrant has failed or declined to respond to any subpoena lawfully issued and served by the department under this chapter;                 (t) The applicant or registrant has failed to file an amendment for a material change in the manner or at the time required under this chapter or its implementing rules;      (u) The applicant or registrant has filed voluntarily or been placed involuntarily into a federal bankruptcy or is proposing to do so; or      (v) A camping resort operator's rights or interest in a campground has been terminated by foreclosure or the operations in a camping resort have been terminated in a manner contrary to contract provisions.              (2) Any applicant or registrant who has violated subsection (1)(a), (b), (c), (f), (h), (i), (j), (l), (m), or (n) of this section may be fined by the director in an amount not to exceed one thousand dollars for each such violation. Proceedings seeking such fines shall be held in accordance with chapter 34.05 RCW and may be filed either separately or in conjunction with other administrative proceedings to deny, suspend, or revoke registrations authorized under this chapter. Fines collected from such proceedings shall be deposited in the state general fund.     (3) An operator, registrant, or applicant against whom administrative or legal proceedings have been filed shall be responsible for and shall reimburse the state, by payment into the general fund, for all administrative and legal costs actually incurred by the department in issuing, processing, and conducting any such administrative or legal proceeding authorized under this chapter that results in a final legal or administrative determination of any type or degree in favor of the department.      (4) No order may be entered under this section without appropriate prior notice to the applicant or registrant of opportunity for a hearing and written findings of fact and conclusions of law, except that the director may by order summarily deny an application for registration or renewal under any of the above subsections and may summarily suspend or revoke a registration under subsection (1)(d), (f), (g), (h), (i), (k), (l), (m), and (n) of this section. No fine may be imposed by summary order.             (5) The proceedings to deny an application or renewal, suspend or revoke a registration or permit, whether summarily or otherwise, or impose a fine shall be held in accordance with chapter 34.05 RCW.                 (6) The director may enter into assurances of discontinuance in lieu of issuing a statement of charges or a cease and desist order or conducting a hearing under this chapter. The assurances shall consist of a statement of the law in question and an agreement not to violate the stated provision. The applicant or registrant shall not be required to admit to any violation of the law, nor shall the assurance be construed as such an admission. Violating or breaching an assurance under this subsection is grounds for suspension or revocation of registration or imposition of a fine.      (7) The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.                 Sec. 857. RCW 19.105.440 and 1988 c 159 s 21 are each amended to read as follows:                  (1) A salesperson may apply for registration by filing in a complete and readable form with the director an application form provided by the director which includes the following:          (a) A statement whether or not the applicant within the past five years has been convicted of, pleaded nolo contendre to, or been ordered to serve probation for a period of a year or more for any misdemeanor or felony involving conversion, embezzlement, theft, fraud, or dishonesty or the applicant has been enjoined from, had any civil penalty assessed for, or been found to have engaged in any violation of any act designed to protect consumers;         (b) A statement fully describing the applicant's employment history for the past five years and whether or not any termination of employment during the last five years was the result of any theft, fraud, or act of dishonesty;      (c) A consent to service comparable to that required of operators under this chapter; and    (d) Required filing fees.          (2) The director may by order deny, suspend, or revoke a camping resort salesperson's registration or application for registration under this chapter or the person's license or application under chapter 18.85 RCW, or impose a fine on such persons not exceeding two hundred dollars per violation, if the director finds that the order is necessary for the protection of purchasers or owners of camping resort contracts and the applicant or registrant is guilty of:    (a) Obtaining registration by means of fraud, misrepresentation, or concealment, or through the mistake or inadvertence of the director;   (b) Violating any of the provisions of this chapter or any lawful rules adopted by the director pursuant thereto;      (c) Being convicted in a court of competent jurisdiction of this or any other state, or federal court, of forgery, embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, bribery, larceny, extortion, conspiracy to defraud, or any similar offense or offenses. For the purposes of this section, "being convicted" includes all instances in which a plea of guilty or nolo contendere is the basis for the conviction, and all proceedings in which the sentence has been deferred or suspended;                (d) Making, printing, publishing, distributing, or causing, authorizing, or knowingly permitting the making, printing, publication, or distribution of false statements, descriptions, or promises of such character as to reasonably induce any person to act thereon, if the statements, descriptions, or promises purport to be made or to be performed by either the applicant or registrant and the applicant or registrant then knew or, by the exercise of reasonable care and inquiry, could have known, of the falsity of the statements, descriptions, or promises;      (e) Knowingly committing, or being a party to, any material fraud, misrepresentation, concealment, conspiracy, collusion, trick, scheme, or device whereby any other person lawfully relies upon the work, representation, or conduct of the applicant or registrant;        (f) Failing, upon demand, to disclose to the director or the director's authorized representatives acting by authority of law any information within his or her knowledge or to produce for inspection any document, book or record in his or her possession, which is material to the salesperson's registration or application for registration;        (g) Continuing to sell camping resort contracts in a manner whereby the interests of the public are endangered, if the director has, by order in writing, stated objections thereto;                (h) Committing any act of fraudulent or dishonest dealing or a crime involving moral turpitude, and a certified copy of the final holding of any court of competent jurisdiction in such matter shall be conclusive evidence in any hearing under this chapter;       (i) Misrepresentation of membership in any state or national association; or          (j) Discrimination against any person in hiring or in sales activity on the basis of race, color, creed, or national origin, or violating any state or federal antidiscrimination law.                  (3) No order may be entered under this section without appropriate prior notice to the applicant or registrant of opportunity for a hearing and written findings of fact and conclusions of law, except that the director may by order summarily deny an application for registration under this section.               (4) The proceedings to deny an application or renewal, suspend or revoke a registration or permit, whether summarily or otherwise, or impose a fine shall be held in accordance with chapter 34.05 RCW.             (5) The director, subsequent to any complaint filed against a salesperson or pursuant to an investigation to determine violations, may enter into stipulated assurances of discontinuances in lieu of issuing a statement of charges or a cease and desist order or conducting a hearing. The assurance shall consist of a statement of the law in question and an agreement not to violate the stated provision. The salesperson shall not be required to admit to any violation of the law, nor shall the assurance be construed as such an admission. Violation of an assurance under this subsection is grounds for a disciplinary action, a suspension of registration, or a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars.               (6) The director may by rule require such further information or conditions for registration as a camping resort salesperson, including qualifying examinations and fingerprint cards prepared by authorized law enforcement agencies, as the director deems necessary to protect the interests of purchasers.                (7) Registration as a camping resort salesperson shall be effective for a period of one year unless the director specifies otherwise or the salesperson transfers employment to a different registrant. Registration as a camping resort salesperson shall be renewed annually, or at the time of transferring employment, whichever occurs first, by the filing of a form prescribed by the director for that purpose.            (8) It is unlawful for a registrant of camping resort contracts to employ or a person to act as a camping resort salesperson covered under this section unless the salesperson has in effect with the department and displays a valid registration in a conspicuous location at each of the sales offices at which the salesperson is employed. It is the responsibility of both the operator and the salesperson to notify the department when and where a salesperson is employed, his or her responsibilities and duties, and when the salesperson's employment or reported duties are changed or terminated. (9) The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.            Sec. 858. RCW 19.138.130 and 1996 c 180 s 6 are each amended to read as follows:         (1) The director may deny, suspend, or revoke the registration of a seller of travel if the director finds that the applicant:                   (a) Was previously the holder of a registration issued under this chapter, and the registration was revoked for cause and never reissued by the director, or the registration was suspended for cause and the terms of the suspension have not been fulfilled;              (b) Has been found guilty of a felony within the past five years involving moral turpitude, or of a misdemeanor concerning fraud or conversion, or suffers a judgment in a civil action involving willful fraud, misrepresentation, or conversion;       (c) Has made a false statement of a material fact in an application under this chapter or in data attached to it;     (d) Has violated this chapter or failed to comply with a rule adopted by the director under this chapter;         (e) Has failed to display the registration as provided in this chapter;      (f) Has published or circulated a statement with the intent to deceive, misrepresent, or mislead the public; or    (g) Has committed a fraud or fraudulent practice in the operation and conduct of a travel agency business, including, but not limited to, intentionally misleading advertising.               (2) If the seller of travel is found in violation of this chapter or in violation of the consumer protection act, chapter 19.86 RCW, by the entry of a judgment or by settlement of a claim, the director may revoke the registration of the seller of travel, and the director may reinstate the registration at the director's discretion.                 (3) The director shall immediately suspend the license or certificate of a person who has been certified pursuant to section 802 of this act by the department of social and health services as a person who is not in compliance with a support order. If the person has continued to meet all other requirements for reinstatement during the suspension, reissuance of the license or certificate shall be automatic upon the director's receipt of a release issued by the department of social and health services stating that the licensee is in compliance with the order.                Sec. 859. RCW 19.158.050 and 1989 c 20 s 5 are each amended to read as follows:           (1) In order to maintain or defend a lawsuit or do any business in this state, a commercial telephone solicitor must be registered with the department of licensing. Prior to doing business in this state, a commercial telephone solicitor shall register with the department of licensing. Doing business in this state includes both commercial telephone solicitation from a location in Washington and solicitation of purchasers located in Washington.  (2) The department of licensing, in registering commercial telephone solicitors, sh