Tuesday February 26th 2013, 1:30PM
Senate Ways & Means Committee
Public: SB 5561, SB 5647, SB 5831, SSB 5480, SB 5691, SSB 5732, SB 5808, SSB 5656, SSB 5680, SSB 5624, SB 5318, SSB 5560, SB 5709, SB 5641, SB 5717, SJR 8205, SSB 5193, SSB 5219, SSB 5243, SSB 5365, SSB 5588; Exec: 5444, 5262, 5454
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Concerning the business and occupation taxation of dairy products.
Requiring the department of revenue to publish their determinations.
Providing a sales and use tax exemption for clay targets purchased by nonprofit gun clubs. (Hearing is on Proposed Substitute.)
Accelerating changes to mental health involuntary commitment laws.
Concerning veterans' homes.
Concerning the adult behavioral health system in Washington state.
Affirming centralized payroll services as nontaxable between affiliated companies.
Revising business licensing systems.
Promoting economic development by providing information to businesses. (Hearing is on Proposed Substitute).
Aligning high-demand secondary STEM or career and technical education programs with applied baccalaureate programs. (Hearing is on Proposed Substitute).
Removing the one-year waiting period for veterans or active members of the military for purposes of eligibility for resident tuition.
Modifying job skills program provisions.
Concerning a pilot program to demonstrate the feasibility of using densified biomass to heat public schools.
Requiring the governor's signature on significant legislative rules.
Addressing competitive contracting.
Amending the Constitution to require a two-thirds majority vote of the legislature to raise taxes.
Concerning large wild carnivore conflict management.
Retaining water resources to assure the vitality of local economies.
Establishing policies to support academic acceleration for high school students.
Increasing the capacity of school districts to recognize and respond to troubled youth.
Requiring an analysis of how school districts use school days.
Concerning the administration of taxes regarding publicly owned property.
Concerning the lodging tax.
Concerning the testing of infants placed in out-of-home care whose human immunodeficiency virus is unknown.
Modifying organized retail theft provisions.