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Bills Introduced January 12-16


Bills Introduced Jan 13

SB 5065 By Senator Frockt
Improving educational outcomes for homeless students through increased in-schoolguidance supports, housing stability, and identification services.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5076 By Senators Hill and Hargrove; by request of Governor Inslee
Making 2015 supplemental operating appropriations.
Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

SB 5077 By Senators Hill and Hargrove; by request of Governor Inslee
Making 2015–2017 operating appropriations.
Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

SB 5080 By Senators Dammeier, Rolfes, Fain, Frockt and Litzow
Concerning dual credit options.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5082 By Senators McAuliffe, Litzow, Rolfes, McCoy and Billig
Providing for career and technical education opportunities for elementary school students.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5083 By Senators McAuliffe, Litzow, Rolfes, McCoy, Billig and Darneille
Enacting the sudden cardiac arrest awareness act.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5086 By Senators Litzow and McAuliffe; by request of Office of Financial Management
Concerning dual credit opportunities provided by Washington state’s public institutions of higher education.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

HB 1120 By Representatives Wilcox, Reykdal and Hunt, G.
Providing immunity for school bus drivers.
Referred to Committee on JUDICIARY.

HB 1121 By Representatives Parker, Santos, Riccelli and Bergquist
Regarding the financial education public-private partnership.
Referred to Committee on EDUCATION.

Bills Introduced January 14

SB 5148 By Senators Parlette and Dammeier
Allowing members who retire early under alternate early retirement provisions as set forth in RCW 41.32.765(3) and 41.32.875(3) to work as substitute teachers and continue receiving retirement benefits at the same time.
Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

Bills Introduced January 15

SB 5160 By Senators McCoy, Hasegawa, Cleveland, Frockt and Liias
Creating an office of Native early child care and education.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5163 By Senators Hobbs, Roach, Rolfes, O’Ban, Hatfield, Litzow, McCoy, Mullet, Conway and Fain
Providing for educational data on students from military families.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5179 By Senators Hill, McAuliffe, Litzow, Mullet and Hobbs
Concerning paraeducators.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5202 By Senators Mullet, Fain, Litzow and Billig
Regarding the financial education public-private partnership.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5229 By Senators Litzow and McAuliffe; by request of Superintendent of Public Instruction
Addressing technology literacy.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

HB 1236 By Representatives Ortiz-Self, Johnson, Santos, Lytton, Moscoso, Pettigrew, Walkinshaw and Kilduff
Eliminating the parent or guardian approval requirement for the college bound scholarship pledge.
Referred to Committee on HIGHER EDUCATION.

HB 1240 By Representatives Pollet, Santos, Hunt, S., Orwall, Senn and Lytton
Concerning restraint or isolation of students, including students with disabilities, in public schools.
Referred to Committee on EDUCATION.

HB 1243 By Representatives Muri, Hargrove and Magendanz
Providing flexibility for how school districts address truancy of students.
Referred to Committee on JUDICIARY.

Bills Introduced January 16

SB 5252 By Senators Dammeier, McAuliffe, King and Litzow
Creating a pilot program to implement regional school safety and security centers.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

HB 1293 By Representatives Bergquist, Magendanz, Santos, Muri and Ortiz-Self
Concerning paraeducators.
Referred to Committee on EDUCATION.

HB 1294 By Representatives Bergquist, Stambaugh, Hunt, S., Appleton, Riccelli, Walkinshaw, Ortiz-Self, Blake, Wylie, Fitzgibbon, Carlyle, Moscoso, Goodman, Tarleton, Stanford, Senn, Pettigrew, Orwall, Jinkins, Sawyer, Tharinger, Cody, Lytton, Farrell, Gregerson, Moeller, Gregory, Robinson, Takko, Pollet, Sullivan, McBride, Reykdal, Dunshee, Sells, Kagi and Springer
Enhancing youth voter registration.
Referred to Committee on STATE GOVERNMENT.

HB 1295 By Representatives Hudgins, Magendanz, Hunt, S., Walsh, Walkinshaw and Lytton
Concerning breakfast after the bell programs.
Referred to Committee on EDUCATION.