Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Bill Summary 3-8-2019

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Bill NumberDescriptionStatusRPEC Postion
HB 1390/ SB 5400Providing a one-time 3% increase, capped at $62.50 per month to PERS/TRS Plan 1 membersHouse-Unlikely to Advance/ Senate-Unlikely to AdvanceSupport
HB 1085/ SB 5469Requiring the State to cover at least 50% of the monthly premium for Medicare-eligible retirees under PEBBHouse-Unlikely to Advance/ Senate-Unlikely to AdvanceSupport
HB 1308/ SB 5360Addressing plan membership default provisions in the public employees' retirement system, the teachers' retirement system, and the school employees' retirement systemPassed House Appropriations, Referred to Rules-RPEC Testified /Referred to Senate Rules Support
HB 1065/SB 5031Protecting consumers from charges for out-of-network health care servicesPassed House Floor Vote, Referred to Senate Health & Long Term CareSupport
HB 1172/ SB 5314Assisting Washington families by improving the fairness of the state's tax system by enacting a capital gains tax and providing property tax reliefReferred to House Finance/ Senate Ways & MeansSupport
SB 5625Allowing medicare supplemental insurance premiums to be deducted from the calculation of disposable income for the purpose of qualifying for senior property tax programsUnlikely to AdvanceSupport
SB 5541Creating a state revenue reform task force.1-30-19 Hearing in Senate Ways & MeansSupport
HB 1132/ SB 5178Concerning early retirement options for members of the teachers' retirement system and school employees' retirement system plans 2 and 3House-Unlikely to Advance/ Senate-Unlikely to AdvanceWatch
SB 5184Concerning prescription coverage and the use of nonresident pharmacies.Passed Senate Health & Long Term Care, Referred to RulesSupport
HB 1220/ SB 5275Adding a nonvoting representative from the office of the insurance commissioner to the public employees' benefits board.Passed House Floor Vote, Referred to SenateSupport
HB 1224Concerning prescription drug cost transparencyPassed House Appropriations, Referred to RulesSupport
SB 5251Concerning prescription drug cost transparencyUnlikely to AdvanceSupport
HB 1608/ SB 5542Protecting patient carePassed Health Care & Wellness, Referred to House Rules/ Senate-Unlikely to AdvanceSupport
HB 1296/ SB 5796Concerning continuing care retirement communitiesPassed House Appropriations, Referred to Rules/ Senate-Unlikely to AdvanceSupport
SB 5335/ HB 1414Paying state retirement benefits until the end of the month in which the retiree or beneficiary diesHouse-Unlikely to Advance/ Senate-Unlikely to AdvanceSupport
HB 1408/ SB 5661Clarifying the written consent requirement for survivorship benefit optionsPassed House Floor Vote, Referred to Senate Ways & MeansSupport
SB 5350/ HB 1413Concerning the purchase of an optional life annuity benefit for certain public retirement system membersPassed House Floor Vote/ Passed Senate Floor Vote, Conference Support
HB 1877/ SB 5822Providing a pathway to establish a universal health care system for the residents of Washington stateHouse-Unlikely to Advance/ Passed Senate Ways & Means, Referred to RulesSupport
HB 1523/ SB 5526Increasing the availability of quality, affordable health coverage in the individual market.Passed House Floor Vote, Referred to SenateSupport
HB 1765Concerning medical deductions for calculating disposable incomeUnlikely to AdvanceSupport
SB 5781Addressing health insurance mandates in the individual and small group marketsUnlikely to AdvanceOppose

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