Here’s what TVW is covering this week:
1 p.m. Monday, June 9: TVW will live webcast the College Bound Scholarship Program Work Group meeting. The program was created by the Legislature in 2007. It gives low-income middle school students a chance to earn a scholarship to college if they sign a pledge to keep a 2.0 GPA, commit no felonies and apply for college financial aid. Watch the webcast at this link.
9 a.m. Thursday, June 12: TVW will be live on television with the House Judiciary Committee as they hold a work session on the recreational land use immunity statute. The work session will be immediately followed by a joint session with the House Public Safety and Judiciary committees on several items related to legal financial obligations. Both meetings will be live webcast at TVW.org.
9 a.m. Thursday, June 12: TVW will live webcast the Washington Supreme Court arguments in a case involving Regence BlueShield’s refusal to cover treatments for autistic children. A lower court found that Regence’s exclusion for treatments violates Washington’s Mental Health Parity Act of 2006. TVW will live webcast the arguments here.
10 a.m. Friday, June 13: TVW will be live on television with the state Clemency and Pardons Board. The board will hear from seven people who are seeking to commute or pardon their sentences.