SIXTY SECOND LEGISLATURE - REGULAR SESSION

 

 

TWENTY SIXTH DAY

 

 

House Chamber, Olympia, Friday, February 4, 2011

 


The House was called to order at 10:00 a.m. by the Speaker (Representative Moeller presiding).† The Clerk called the roll and a quorum was present.

 

The flags were escorted to the rostrum by the Washington Army National Guard, comprised of Sergeant Charles Einarson, Sergeant Raines Hayes, Specialist James Hanrahan and Private First Class Amadee Santamour. The National Anthem was performed by the 133rd Army Band, comprised of Staff Sergeant Richard Little, Staff Sergeant Thomas Lee, Sergeant Brian Badgley and Sergeant Brian Smith.† The Speaker (Representative Moeller presiding) led the Chamber in the Pledge of Allegiance.† The prayer was offered by Lieutenant Colonel Carl Steele.

 

Reading of the Journal of the previous day was dispensed with and it was ordered to stand approved.

 

RESOLUTION

 

HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 2011-4611, by Representatives Kelley, Klippert, Finn, Rodne, Ahern, Alexander, Anderson, Angel, Appleton, Armstrong, Asay, Bailey, Billig, Blake, Buys, Carlyle, Chandler, Chopp, Clibborn, Cody, Condotta, Crouse, Dahlquist, Dammeier, Darneille, DeBolt, Dickerson, Dunshee, Eddy, Fagan, Fitzgibbon, Frockt, Goodman, Green, Haigh, Haler, Hargrove, Harris, Hasegawa, Hinkle, Hope, Hudgins, Hunt, Hunter, Hurst, Jacks, Jinkins, Johnson, Kagi, Kenney, Kirby, Kretz, Kristiansen, Ladenburg, Liias, Lytton, Maxwell, McCoy, McCune, Miloscia, Moeller, Morris, Moscoso, Nealey, Orcutt, Ormsby, Orwall, Overstreet, Parker, Pearson, Pedersen, Pettigrew, Probst, Reykdal, Rivers, Roberts, Rolfes, Ross, Ryu, Santos, Schmick, Seaquist, Sells, Shea, Short, Smith, Springer, Stanford, Sullivan, Takko, Taylor, Tharinger, Upthegrove, Van De Wege, Walsh, Warnick, Wilcox, and Zeiger

 

††††† WHEREAS, Nearly eighty-six hundred men and women of the Washington National Guard continue to serve the country as guardians of American interests at home and abroad; and

††††† WHEREAS, These recognized leaders in state, regional, and national preparedness, who reside in every legislative district throughout Washington, volunteer their time and put personal lives aside when the needs of the people of Washington state arise; and

††††† WHEREAS, The Guard always answers the state's call in response to all emergency efforts and to protect lives and property; and

††††† WHEREAS, The Washington Army and Air National Guard continue to provide critical mission support in both personnel and equipment to Operation New Dawn in Iraq and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, respectively, and Operation Noble Eagle here at home; and

††††† WHEREAS, The Guard continues to train and prepare for both natural disasters and threats to our national security; and

††††† WHEREAS, The Guard continues to promote positive lifestyles and activities for Washington's youth through involvement in and support of highly effective drug prevention programs with school-aged children and community-based organizations and the continued success and ongoing work of the invaluable Washington Youth Academy; and

††††† WHEREAS, The Guard continues to actively participate in the state's counterdrug efforts by providing soldiers, airmen, and specialized equipment to over thirty-five local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies; and

††††† WHEREAS, The Guard adds value to communities by opening its readiness centers for public use, food banks, and other community and youth activities.† The Guard continues to build upon these readiness centers and armories throughout the state to enhance education, add to quality of life, and increase economic vitality;

††††† NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives express its thanks and appreciation to the devoted families and dedicated employers of our Washington National Guard soldiers and airmen for their support, without whom the Guard's missions could not be successful; and

††††† BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives recognize the value and dedication of a strong Washington National Guard to the viability, economy, safety, security, and well-being of this state, both through the outstanding performance of its state emergency and disaster relief mission, and through the continued benefit to local communities by the presence of productively employed, drug-free, well-equipped, and trained Guard units and the readiness centers and armories that house them; and

††††† BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That copies of this resolution be immediately transmitted by the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives to The Adjutant General of the Washington National Guard, the Governor of the State of Washington, the Secretaries of the United States Army and Air Force, and the President of the United States.

 

Representative Kelley moved adoption of HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 4611

 

††††† Representatives Kelley and Klippert spoke in favor of the adoption of the resolution.

 

HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 4611 was adopted.

 

SPEAKERíS PRIVILEGE

 

The Speaker (Representative Moeller presiding) introduced Adjutant General Timothy Lowenberg, First Gentleman Mike Gregoire, Major General Gary Magonigle, Brigadier General Brett Dougherty and members of the Washington National Guard and asked the Chamber to acknowledge them.

 

There being no objection, the House advanced to the sixth order of business.

 

SECOND READING SUSPENSION

 

††††† HOUSE BILL NO. 1000, by Representatives Hurst, Stanford, Blake, Finn, Ladenburg, Goodman, Appleton, Pearson and Moeller

 

††††† Concerning overseas and service voters.

 

††††† The bill was read the second time.

 

There being no objection, the committee recommendation was adopted.

 

The bill was placed on final passage.

 

††††† Representatives Hurst and Taylor spoke in favor of the passage of the bill.

 

MOTIONS

 

On motion of Representative Van De Wege, Representatives Appleton and Probst were excused. On motion of Representative Hinkle, Representative Rodne was excused.

 

The Speaker (Representative Moeller presiding) stated the question before the House to be the final passage of House Bill No. 1000.

 

ROLL CALL

 

††††† The Clerk called the roll on the final passage of House Bill No. 1000, and the bill passed the House by the following vote: Yeas, 95; Nays, 0; Absent, 0; Excused, 3.

Voting yea: Representatives Ahern, Alexander, Anderson, Angel, Armstrong, Asay, Bailey, Billig, Blake, Buys, Carlyle, Chandler, Clibborn, Cody, Condotta, Crouse, Dahlquist, Dammeier, Darneille, DeBolt, Dickerson, Dunshee, Eddy, Fagan, Finn, Fitzgibbon, Frockt, Goodman, Green, Haigh, Haler, Hargrove, Harris, Hasegawa, Hinkle, Hope, Hudgins, Hunt, Hunter, Hurst, Jacks, Jinkins, Johnson, Kagi, Kelley, Kenney, Kirby, Klippert, Kretz, Kristiansen, Ladenburg, Liias, Lytton, Maxwell, McCoy, McCune, Miloscia, Moeller, Morris, Moscoso, Nealey, Orcutt, Ormsby, Orwall, Overstreet, Parker, Pearson, Pedersen, Pettigrew, Reykdal, Rivers, Roberts, Rolfes, Ross, Ryu, Santos, Schmick, Seaquist, Sells, Shea, Short, Smith, Springer, Stanford, Sullivan, Takko, Taylor, Tharinger, Upthegrove, Van De Wege, Walsh, Warnick, Wilcox, Zeiger and Mr. Speaker.

††††† Excused: Representatives Appleton, Probst and Rodne.

 

HOUSE BILL NO. 1000, having received the necessary constitutional majority, was declared passed.

 

RESOLUTION

 

HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 2011-4614, by Representatives Angel, Orwall, Moeller, Green, Sells, Ryu, Billig, and Maxwell

 

††††† WHEREAS, Traumatic brain injury is a serious national public health epidemic that, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, strikes an estimated 1.4 million; and

††††† WHEREAS, Annually, traumatic brain injury claims more than 50,000 lives and leaves more than 80,000 individuals with lifelong disabilities; and

††††† WHEREAS, Traumatic brain injury ranks as the leading cause of death and disability in children and young adults; and

††††† WHEREAS, The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center reports that traumatic brain injury is the "signature injury" for troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, with more than two-thirds of blast-injured veterans identified as having a brain injury; and

††††† WHEREAS, Prevention is the only known cure; and

††††† WHEREAS, In partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Health Resources and Services Administration and the Defense Brain and Spinal Cord Association of Washington strive to increase brain injury awareness, thus making prevention and safety measures part of the American culture in an effort to decrease the number of brain injuries;

††††† NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives recognize and honor the efforts of the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Health Resources and Services Administration, Defense Brain and Spinal Cord Association of Washington, and all organizations and individuals to increase brain injury awareness, decrease the number of brain injuries, and assist in various ways those who suffer brain injuries, and urge all citizens to educate themselves and take the necessary precautions to ensure their own safety and that of their loved ones.

 

The Speaker (Representative Moeller presiding) stated the question before the House to be adoption of House Resolution No. 4614.

 

HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 4614 was adopted.

 

RESOLUTION

 

HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 2011-4615, by Representatives Tharinger and Van De Wege

 

††††† WHEREAS, Katherine Baril has provided the citizens of Jefferson County with twenty years of exemplary service as executive director of the county's Washington State University extension service; and

††††† WHEREAS, In those twenty years, Katherine Baril has started or assisted with numerous programs that have benefited people of all ages, such as 4-H, master gardener classes, and business classes; and

††††† WHEREAS, Her support of and commitment to Jefferson County's farm sector has helped grow the local food and farm industry into a model for other regions; and

††††† WHEREAS, Economic development has been a key issue that Katherine Baril has worked on during her tenure, including strong support for local businesses to get access to broadband internet in order to help them grow and thrive; and

††††† WHEREAS, She helped establish the Jefferson Education Center, which provides opportunities for higher education and community learning for Jefferson County residents; and

††††† WHEREAS, Over the years, Katherine Baril has coached and mentored numerous Jefferson County youth, teaching them the values of leadership, service, and entrepreneurship; and

††††† WHEREAS, Her passion for working collaboratively on public policy initiatives has resulted in efforts such as the State Environmental Protection Act, Puget Sound watershed planning, and the Habitat Conservation Plan; and

††††† WHEREAS, Her background includes a master's degree in Education, a law degree, and experience as a water quality teacher for Washington State University; and

††††† WHEREAS, Katherine Baril was recently honored as Business Leader of the Year by the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce; and

††††† WHEREAS, Her enthusiasm and expertise will be greatly missed by those who have worked with her over the past two decades;

††††† NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives recognize Katherine Baril for her many contributions to youth, farmers, businesses, the environment, and the well-being of Jefferson County and all its residents; and

††††† BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That copies of this resolution be immediately transmitted by the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives to Katherine Baril and her family.

 

The Speaker (Representative Moeller presiding) stated the question before the House to be adoption of House Resolution No. 4615.

 

HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 4615 was adopted.

 

There being no objection, the House reverted to the fourth order of business.

 

INTRODUCTION & FIRST READING

 

HB 1827 by Representatives Anderson, Rodne, Nealey and Angel

 

AN ACT Relating to uninsured motorists recovering damages in an accident; and adding a new section to chapter 46.29 RCW.

 

Referred to Committee on Judiciary.

 

HB 1828 by Representatives Dickerson and Sells

 

AN ACT Relating to leave enforcement under the family care act; and amending RCW 49.12.280 and 49.12.285.

 

Referred to Committee on Labor & Workforce Development.

 

HB 1829 by Representatives Billig, Santos, Haigh, Probst, Sells, Kenney, Reykdal, Maxwell, Stanford, Morris, Hasegawa, Ryu, McCoy, Hunt, Moscoso, Hope, Appleton and Ormsby

 

AN ACT Relating to creating an Indian education division in the office of the superintendent of public instruction; adding a new section to chapter 28A.300 RCW; and creating a new section.

 

Referred to Committee on Education.

 

HB 1830 by Representatives Seaquist and Appleton

 

AN ACT Relating to requiring comprehensive reform of the Washington state ferry system; adding new sections to chapter 47.60 RCW; and creating new sections.

 

Referred to Committee on Transportation.

 

HB 1831 by Representatives Kirby, Sells, Ormsby, Ladenburg, Sullivan, Fitzgibbon and Kenney

 

AN ACT Relating to workers' compensation payments and records; amending RCW 51.32.220 and 51.48.017; adding new sections to chapter 51.32 RCW; and prescribing penalties.

 

Referred to Committee on Labor & Workforce Development.

 

HB 1832 by Representatives Upthegrove, Moscoso, Fitzgibbon, Stanford, Pettigrew, Sells, Goodman, Roberts, Green, Frockt, Kenney and Ormsby

 

AN ACT Relating to protecting the rights of employees of service contractors at certain airports; amending RCW 14.08.015; adding a new section to chapter 14.08 RCW; repealing RCW 14.08.010; and declaring an emergency.

 

Referred to Committee on Labor & Workforce Development.

 

HB 1833 by Representatives Finn and Rolfes

 

AN ACT Relating to motorcycle safety; and amending RCW 46.20.520.

 

Referred to Committee on Transportation.

 

HB 1834 by Representatives Hudgins, Billig, McCoy, Eddy and Dunshee

 

AN ACT Relating to concurrent jurisdiction of state and federal courts over certain actions under chapters 39.08 and 60.28 RCW, including actions involving delinquent contributions to benefit plans; amending RCW 39.08.030, 39.08.030, and 60.28.030; providing an effective date; and providing an expiration date.

 

Referred to Committee on Judiciary.

 

HB 1835 by Representative Armstrong

 

AN ACT Relating to assault in the first degree; amending RCW 9A.36.011; reenacting and amending RCW 9.94A.515; and prescribing penalties.

 

Referred to Committee on Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness.

 

HB 1836 by Representatives Takko, Jacks, Short, Nealey, Crouse, Morris and McCune

 

AN ACT Relating to clarifying the definition of qualifying utility in the energy independence act; and amending RCW 19.285.030.

 

Referred to Committee on Environment.

 

HB 1837 by Representatives Kenney and Santos

 

AN ACT Relating to authorizing the creation of cultural access authorities; amending RCW 84.52.010 and 36.96.010; adding a new section to chapter 82.14 RCW; adding a new section to chapter 84.52 RCW; adding a new chapter to Title 36 RCW; and creating a new section.

 

Referred to Committee on Community Development & Housing.

 

HB 1838 by Representatives Kelley and Ryu

 

AN ACT Relating to small loan lead generation; amending RCW 31.45.010, 31.45.073, 31.45.088, 31.45.105, and 31.45.180; and prescribing penalties.

 

Referred to Committee on Business & Financial Services.

 

HB 1839 by Representatives Hinkle, Cody and Schmick

 

AN ACT Relating to ensuring the viability of the individual market in light of federal health care reform; and creating new sections.

 

Referred to Committee on Health Care & Wellness.

 

HB 1840 by Representatives Taylor, Kretz, Short, Klippert, Shea, Haler, Warnick and McCune

 

AN ACT Relating to programs for the relocation of large carnivores; and amending RCW 77.12.035.

 

Referred to Committee on Agriculture & Natural Resources.

 

HB 1841 by Representatives McCoy, Crouse, Dunshee, Short, Clibborn, Hudgins, Tharinger and Ormsby

 

AN ACT Relating to management and consolidation of information technology; amending RCW 43.105.835, 42.17A.705, 42.17.2401, 43.105.290, 43.105.020, 43.105.047, 43.105.052, 43.105.057, 43.105.060, and 41.80.020; reenacting and amending RCW 39.29.040 and 41.06.070; adding a new section to chapter 41.06 RCW; adding new sections to chapter 43.105 RCW; adding a new chapter to Title 43 RCW; adding a new chapter to Title 41 RCW; recodifying RCW 43.105.052, 43.105.172, 43.105.250, 43.105.260, 43.105.270, 43.105.280, 43.105.290, 43.105.310, and 43.105.835; repealing RCW 43.105.005, 43.105.013, 43.105.019, 43.105.032, 43.105.041, 43.105.095, 43.105.105, 43.105.160, 43.105.170, 43.105.180, 43.105.190, 43.105.200, 43.105.210, 43.105.330, 43.105.805, 43.105.815, and 43.105.820; providing effective dates; providing an expiration date; and declaring an emergency.

 

Referred to Committee on Technology, Energy & Communications.

 

HB 1842 by Representatives Dickerson, Kenney and Kagi

 

AN ACT Relating to sexually violent predators; amending RCW 71.09.040, 71.09.050, 71.09.060, 71.09.070, 71.09.090, 71.09.094, and 71.09.098; adding new sections to chapter 71.09 RCW; creating new sections; and declaring an emergency.

 

Referred to Committee on Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness.

 

HB 1843 by Representatives Orcutt, Rolfes, Rivers, Probst, Hargrove, Finn, Schmick, Dammeier, Roberts, Appleton, Zeiger, McCune and Smith

 

AN ACT Relating to allowing leased land used for the placement of a mobile home to qualify for the senior, disabled, and veteran property tax exemption; amending RCW 84.36.381 and 84.36.383; and creating a new section.

 

Referred to Committee on Ways & Means.

 

HB 1844 by Representatives Warnick, Hinkle, Zeiger, McCoy, Sells, Haler, Ryu, Smith and Tharinger

 

AN ACT Relating to providing tax incentives for donations of modern laboratory equipment to higher education institutions and vocational skills centers; adding a new section to chapter 82.04 RCW; and creating a new section.

 

Referred to Committee on Ways & Means.

 

HB 1845 by Representative Warnick

 

AN ACT Relating to clarifying the ability of persons to perform Bowen therapy; and amending RCW 18.108.050.

 

Referred to Committee on Health Care & Wellness.

 

HB 1846 by Representatives Ryu, Smith, Eddy, Morris, Probst, Sells, Springer, Warnick, Liias, Stanford and Maxwell

 

AN ACT Relating to the aerospace training student loan program; and adding a new chapter to Title 28B RCW.

 

Referred to Committee on Labor & Workforce Development.

 

HB 1847 by Representatives Cody, Dickerson, Jinkins, Van De Wege, Ryu, Hasegawa, Hunt, Fitzgibbon, Liias, Tharinger, Ormsby, Upthegrove, McCoy, Billig, Pedersen, Sells, Roberts, Appleton, Frockt, Carlyle, Darneille, Kenney and Kagi

 

AN ACT Relating to terminating certain tax preferences to provide funding for maintaining basic health program enrollment; amending RCW 82.04.4292, 82.48.010, 82.48.020, 82.48.030, 82.48.070, 82.48.080, 82.48.110, 47.68.230, 82.48.090, 82.12.020, and 82.12.035; reenacting and amending RCW 82.04.050 and 82.12.010; adding a new section to chapter 82.48 RCW; adding a new section to chapter 82.04 RCW; creating a new section; repealing RCW 82.08.811 and 82.12.811; providing an effective date; and declaring an emergency.

 

Referred to Committee on Ways & Means.

 

HB 1848 by Representatives Tharinger and Van De Wege

 

AN ACT Relating to the sales and use taxation of florists; amending RCW 82.32.730; providing an effective date; and declaring an emergency.

 

Referred to Committee on Ways & Means.

 

HB 1849 by Representatives Haigh, Santos, Dammeier, Seaquist, Finn, Maxwell, Sullivan, Probst, Hunt, Anderson, Frockt, Kenney and Kagi

 

AN ACT Relating to establishing the Washington state education council; adding a new title to the Revised Code of Washington; and providing a contingent expiration date.

 

Referred to Committee on Education Appropriations & Oversight.

 

There being no objection, the bills listed on the dayís introduction sheet under the fourth order of business were referred to the committees so designated.

 

REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES

 

January 31, 20110)

HB 1015 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Bailey: Concerning exemption from immunization.† Reported by Committee on Health Care & Wellness

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† Do pass.† Signed by Representatives Cody, Chair; Jinkins, Vice Chair; Schmick, Ranking Minority Member; Hinkle, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Bailey; Clibborn; Green; Harris; Kelley; Moeller and Van De Wege.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

January 31, 20110)

HB 1046 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Moeller: Concerning vehicle and vessel quick title.† Reported by Committee on Transportation

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† The substitute bill be substituted therefor and the substitute bill do pass.† Signed by Representatives Clibborn, Chair; Billig, Vice Chair; Liias, Vice Chair; Eddy; Finn; Fitzgibbon; Jinkins; Ladenburg; Moeller; Morris; Moscoso; Reykdal; Rolfes; Ryu; Takko and Upthegrove.

 

MINORITY recommendation:† Do not pass.† Signed by Representatives Armstrong, Ranking Minority Member; Hargrove, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Angel; Asay; Johnson; Klippert; Kristiansen; McCune; Overstreet; Rivers; Rodne; Shea and Zeiger.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

February 1, 20110)

HB 1061 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Green: Concerning on-site wastewater treatment systems designer licensing.† Reported by Committee on General Government Appropriations & Oversight

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† The substitute bill be substituted therefor and the substitute bill do pass.† Signed by Representatives Hudgins, Chair; Miloscia, Vice Chair; McCune, Ranking Minority Member; Ahern; Blake; Fitzgibbon; Ladenburg; Moscoso; Pedersen; Van De Wege and Wilcox.

 

MINORITY recommendation:† Do not pass.† Signed by Representative Taylor.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

January 31, 20110)

HB 1076 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Moeller: Including wound care management in occupational therapy.† Reported by Committee on Health Care & Wellness

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† The substitute bill be substituted therefor and the substitute bill do pass.† Signed by Representatives Cody, Chair; Jinkins, Vice Chair; Schmick, Ranking Minority Member; Hinkle, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Bailey; Clibborn; Green; Harris; Kelley; Moeller and Van De Wege.

 

Referred to Committee on Health & Human Services Appropriations & Oversight.

 

February 1, 20110)

HB 1081 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Morris: Regarding the siting of small alternative energy resource facilities.† Reported by Committee on Technology, Energy & Communications

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† The substitute bill be substituted therefor and the substitute bill do pass.† Signed by Representatives McCoy, Chair; Jacks, Vice Chair; Crouse, Ranking Minority Member; Short, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Anderson; Billig; Carlyle; Dahlquist; Eddy; Harris; Hasegawa; Kelley; Kristiansen; Liias; McCune; Morris and Nealey.

 

MINORITY recommendation:† Without recommendation.† Signed by Representative Haler.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

February 1, 20110)

HB 1106 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Takko: Authorizing disposal of property within the Seashore Conservation Area to resolve boundary disputes.† Reported by Committee on Environment

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† Do pass.† Signed by Representatives Upthegrove, Chair; Rolfes, Vice Chair; Short, Ranking Minority Member; Harris, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Crouse; Fitzgibbon; Jacks; Jinkins; Morris; Moscoso; Nealey; Pearson; Takko; Taylor and Tharinger.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

February 2, 20110)

HB 1177 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Hunt: Regarding field investigations on privately owned lands.† Reported by Committee on State Government & Tribal Affairs

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† Do pass.† Signed by Representatives Hunt, Chair; Taylor, Ranking Minority Member; Darneille; Dunshee; Hurst; McCoy and Miloscia.

 

MINORITY recommendation:† Do not pass.† Signed by Representatives Overstreet, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Alexander and Condotta.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

February 2, 20110)

HB 1178 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Appleton: Addressing the office of regulatory assistance.† Reported by Committee on State Government & Tribal Affairs

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† Do pass.† Signed by Representatives Hunt, Chair; Taylor, Ranking Minority Member; Overstreet, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Alexander; Condotta; Darneille; Dunshee; Hurst; McCoy and Miloscia.

 

Referred to Committee on Ways & Means.

 

January 31, 20110)

HB 1183 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Johnson: Regarding institutions of higher education prohibiting hospitals or physicians from entering into agreements to provide clinical rotations or residencies to certain medical students.† Reported by Committee on Health Care & Wellness

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† The substitute bill be substituted therefor and the substitute bill do pass.† Signed by Representatives Cody, Chair; Jinkins, Vice Chair; Schmick, Ranking Minority Member; Hinkle, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Bailey; Clibborn; Green; Harris; Kelley; Moeller and Van De Wege.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

February 1, 20110)

HB 1191 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Ryu: Changing the expiration dates of the mortgage lending fraud prosecution account and its revenue source.† Reported by Committee on General Government Appropriations & Oversight

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† Do pass.† Signed by Representatives Hudgins, Chair; Miloscia, Vice Chair; McCune, Ranking Minority Member; Ahern; Blake; Fitzgibbon; Ladenburg; Moscoso; Pedersen; Taylor; Van De Wege and Wilcox.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

January 31, 20110)

HB 1229 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Moscoso: Concerning the certification of commercial driver's license holders and applicants.† Reported by Committee on Transportation

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† Do pass.† Signed by Representatives Clibborn, Chair; Billig, Vice Chair; Liias, Vice Chair; Armstrong, Ranking Minority Member; Hargrove, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Angel; Asay; Eddy; Finn; Fitzgibbon; Jinkins; Johnson; Klippert; Kristiansen; Ladenburg; McCune; Moeller; Morris; Moscoso; Overstreet; Reykdal; Rivers; Rodne; Rolfes; Ryu; Shea; Takko; Upthegrove and Zeiger.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

February 1, 20110)

HB 1333 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Kirby: Addressing motorcycle profiling.† Reported by Committee on Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† Do pass.† Signed by Representatives Hurst, Chair; Ladenburg, Vice Chair; Pearson, Ranking Minority Member; Klippert, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Goodman; Kirby; Moscoso and Ross.

 

Referred to Committee on General Government Appropriations & Oversight.

 

February 1, 20110)

HB 1334 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Nealey: Authorizing civil judgments for assault.† Reported by Committee on Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† Do pass.† Signed by Representatives Hurst, Chair; Ladenburg, Vice Chair; Pearson, Ranking Minority Member; Klippert, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Goodman; Hope; Kirby; Moscoso and Ross.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

January 31, 20110)

HB 1358 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Klippert: Modifying combination of vehicle provisions.† Reported by Committee on Transportation

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† Do pass.† Signed by Representatives Clibborn, Chair; Billig, Vice Chair; Liias, Vice Chair; Armstrong, Ranking Minority Member; Hargrove, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Angel; Asay; Eddy; Finn; Fitzgibbon; Jinkins; Johnson; Klippert; Kristiansen; Ladenburg; McCune; Moeller; Morris; Moscoso; Overstreet; Reykdal; Rivers; Rodne; Rolfes; Ryu; Shea; Takko; Upthegrove and Zeiger.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

February 1, 20110)

HB 1387 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Blake: Increasing revenue to the state wildlife account.† Reported by Committee on General Government Appropriations & Oversight

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† Do pass.† Signed by Representatives Hudgins, Chair; Miloscia, Vice Chair; Blake; Fitzgibbon; Ladenburg; Moscoso; Pedersen and Van De Wege.

 

MINORITY recommendation:† Do not pass.† Signed by Representatives McCune, Ranking Minority Member; Ahern; Taylor and Wilcox.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

February 1, 20110)

HB 1395 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Dunshee: Eliminating expiration dates for the derelict vessel and invasive species removal fee.† Reported by Committee on General Government Appropriations & Oversight

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† Do pass.† Signed by Representatives Hudgins, Chair; Miloscia, Vice Chair; McCune, Ranking Minority Member; Ahern; Blake; Fitzgibbon; Ladenburg; Moscoso; Pedersen; Taylor; Van De Wege and Wilcox.

 

Passed to Committee on Rules for second reading.

 

February 1, 20110)

HB 1444 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Kirby: Addressing the benefits of a surviving spouse of a member of the law enforcement officers' and firefighters' retirement system or Washington state patrol retirement system.† Reported by Committee on Labor & Workforce Development

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† The substitute bill be substituted therefor and the substitute bill do pass.† Signed by Representatives Sells, Chair; Reykdal, Vice Chair; Green; Kenney; Miloscia; Moeller; Ormsby and Roberts.

 

MINORITY recommendation:† Do not pass.† Signed by Representatives Condotta, Ranking Minority Member; Shea, Assistant Ranking Minority Member; Fagan; Taylor and Warnick.

 

Referred to Committee on Ways & Means.

 

February 1, 20110)

HB 1445 ††††††††††† Prime Sponsor, Representative Van De Wege: Adding heart attacks and strokes as presumptions of occupational disease for law enforcement officers and firefighters.† Reported by Committee on Labor & Workforce Development

 

MAJORITY recommendation:† The substitute bill be substituted therefor and the substitute bill do pass.† Signed by Representatives Sells, Chair; Reykdal, Vice Chair; Fagan; Green; Kenney; Miloscia; Moeller; Ormsby; Roberts and Warnick.

 

MINORITY recommendation:† Do not pass.† Signed by Representatives Condotta, Ranking Minority Member; Shea, Assistant Ranking Minority Member and Taylor.

 

Referred to Committee on Ways & Means.

 

There being no objection, the bills listed on the dayís committee reports under the fifth order of business were referred to the committees so designated.

 

There being no objection, the House advanced to the eighth order of business.

 

There being no objection, the Committee on Rules was relieved of HOUSE BILL NO. 1091, and the bill was placed on the second reading calendar.

 

There being no objection, the House advanced to the eleventh order of business.

 

There being no objection, the House adjourned until 10:00 a.m., February 7, 2011, the 28th Day of the Regular Session.

 

FRANK CHOPP, Speaker

BARBARA BAKER, Chief Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE (Representative Moeller presiding)

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