Washington State Senate

Introduction and First Reading of
Bills, Memorials, Joint Resolutions and Concurrent Resolutions
2013 Regular Session of the 63rd Legislature
BRAD OWEN, President of the Senate TIM SHELDON, President Pro Tem
HUNTER G. GOODMAN, Secretary of the Senate PAULL SHIN, Vice President Pro Tem

February 25, 2013 - Monday 43RD DAY
SB 5852 By Senators Litzow, Hill and Tom

Improving student achievement and student outcomes.

Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

SB 5853 By Senators Conway, Schlicher, Braun, Keiser, Billig, Hatfield, Hasegawa and Kline

Authorizing membership in the Washington public safety employees' retirement system for employees at public utility districts who are qualified trades people who maintain electrical transmission lines.

Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

SB 5854 By Senators Dammeier, Carrell and Becker

Addressing debt service from the Tacoma Narrows toll bridge account.

Referred to Committee on TRANSPORTATION.

SB 5855 By Senators Keiser, Hatfield and Litzow

Providing a business and occupation tax exemption for amounts received by hotel management companies for covered employee costs.

Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

SB 5856 By Senator Tom

Creating a defined contribution retirement plan for public employees.

Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.


EHB 1044 By Representatives Cody, Jinkins, Takko, Blake, Maxwell, Lytton, Moscoso, Fitzgibbon, Tharinger, Bergquist, Clibborn, Pollet, Goodman, Appleton, Reykdal, Kirby, Green, Van De Wege, Pettigrew, Sells, Springer, Hunt, Moeller, Carlyle, Ryu, Haigh, Liias, Kagi, Tarleton, Pedersen, McCoy, Stanford, Hunter, Hudgins, Farrell, Ormsby, Upthegrove, Riccelli, Stonier, Fey and Santos

Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy.

Referred to Committee on HEALTH CARE .

SHB 1047 By House Committee on Public Safety (originally sponsored by Representatives Dahlquist, Hurst and Magendanz)

Concerning photographs, microphotographs, and electronic images from traffic safety cameras and toll systems.

Referred to Committee on LAW & JUSTICE.

HB 1056 By Representatives Angel, Manweller and Sells

Authorizing certain corporate officers to receive unemployment benefits.

Referred to Committee on COMMERCE & LABOR.

HB 1059 By Representative Goodman; by request of Governor Gregoire

Providing that a proclamation of a state of emergency is effective upon the governor's signature.

Referred to Committee on GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS.

HB 1113 By Representatives Short, Upthegrove, Springer, Pollet, Taylor, Smith, Fagan, Dahlquist and Fey

Concerning standards for the use of science to support public policy.


ESHB 1204 By House Committee on Early Learning & Human Services (originally sponsored by Representatives Roberts, Dahlquist, Kagi, Farrell, Walsh, Kochmar, Fey, Seaquist, Johnson, Freeman, Jinkins, Morrell, McCoy, Tarleton, Zeiger, Clibborn, Goodman, MacEwen, Appleton, Habib, Reykdal, Maxwell, Bergquist, Ormsby and Ryu)

Concerning sibling visitation for children in foster care.

Referred to Committee on HUMAN SERVICES & CORRECTIONS.

HB 1209 By Representatives MacEwen, Blake, Chandler, Stonier, Wilcox, Springer, Haigh, Morrell and Stanford

Extending the program establishing Christmas tree grower licensure.


SHB 1216 By House Committee on Health Care & Wellness (originally sponsored by Representatives Habib, Clibborn, Jinkins, McCoy, Springer, Morrell, Goodman, Appleton, Tarleton, Ryu, Tharinger and Fey)

Concerning sunrise review for a proposal to establish a mandated benefit of treatment of eosinophilia gastrointestinal associated disorders.

Referred to Committee on HEALTH CARE .

HB 1230 By Representatives Green, Warnick, Jinkins, Harris, Cody, Moeller, Clibborn, Morrell and Tharinger

Concerning persons who are pursuing a course of study leading to a degree as a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant.

Referred to Committee on HEALTH CARE .