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House Appropriations Committee

Public Hearing: HB 1592 – Concerning military spouse employment; HB 1859 – Concerning quality standards for laboratories conducting cannabis analysis; HB 1626 – Updating the authority for the fish and wildlife commission to adopt rules implementing electronic licensing practices; HB 1661 – Conserving and restoring kelp forests and eelgrass meadows in Washington state; HB 1856 – Adding counties to the voluntary stewardship program; HB 1688 – Protecting consumers from charges for out-of-network health care services, by aligning state law and the federal no surprises act and addressing coverage of treatment for emergency conditions; HB 1741 – Addressing affordability through health care provider contracting; HB 1760 – Expanding access to dual credit programs; HB 1764 – Concerning collective bargaining for resident and fellow physicians employed by certain institutions of higher education; HB 1805 – Concerning the opportunity scholarship program; HB 2050 – Repealing requirements for parent payment of the cost of their child’s support, treatment, and confinement; HB 2093 – Increasing county timber tax distributions by reducing the charge for administrative and collection costs; HB 1827 – Creating the community reinvestment account and community reinvestment program; HB 1571 – Concerning protections and services for indigenous persons who are missing, murdered, or survivors of human trafficking.

Possible Executive Session: HB 1100 – Concerning the sale or lease of manufactured/mobile home communities and the property on which they sit; HB 1103 – Improving environmental and social outcomes with the production of building materials; HB 1664 – Concerning prototypical school formulas for physical, social, and emotional support in schools; HB 1691 – Concerning financial responsibility requirements related to oil spills; HB 1746 – Updating the 2015 report and recommendations for supporting student success through measuring and mitigating community risk and protective p