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Added: Hearing is on the Proposed Substitute for 6411. Removed: To be announced for Executive Session. Added: SB 6267, 6158, 6554, 6366, 6205, 6262, 6463, 6456 and 6459 for Executive Session. Law & Justice – 1/28/2016 8:00 a.m. Senate Full Committee
Senate Hearing Rm 4
J.A. Cherberg Building
REVISED ON 1/27/2016 AT 6:08 PM
- SB 6538 – Concerning the superior court judges’ association.
- SB 6154 – Creating an office of the corrections ombuds.
- SB 6411 – Expanding the eligibility of certain representatives and transferees to serve as directors, officers, and shareholders of professional service corporations. (Hearing is on the Proposed Substitute.)
- SB 6464 – Establishing deadlines for final determinations and dispositions in agency adjudicative proceedings. (Hearing is on the Proposed Substitute.)
- SSB 5277 – Concerning the crime of patronizing a prostitute.
- SB 5880 – Enacting the Washington human trafficking reporting act. (Hearing is on the Proposed Substitute.)
- SB 6267 – Concerning notice to the licensee before a concealed pistol license expires.
- SB 6158 – Concerning the transfer of firearms at nonprofit fund-raising activities.
- SB 6554 – Providing an aggravating circumstance for assault against a utility worker.
- SB 6366 – Asserting that submission of DNA markers to a database be accessible only to qualified laboratory personnel.
- SB 6205 – Clarifying when a person is an acquiring person of a target corporation with more than one class of voting stock.
- SB 6262 – Concerning a coroner’s warrant authority.
- SB 6463 – Modifying the crime of luring.
- SB 6456 – Concerning the validity of administrative rules.
- SB 6459 – Authorizing peace officers to assist the department of corrections with the supervision of offenders.
If draft bills, proposed substitutes, or striking amendments are to be heard, they can be obtained from committee staff or on the committee’s website, http://www.leg.wa.gov/Senate/Committees/LAW/Pages/default.aspx, as soon as they are available. Possible executive session on bills heard in committee. Other business.