Senate Bill 5332 will have Public Hearing in House

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Mar 22 Scheduled for public hearing in the House Committee on Health Care & Wellness at 9:00 AM

Health Care and Wellness Committee

Cody, Eileen (D)
303 John L. O’Brien Building(360) 786-7978
Macri, Nicole (D)
Vice Chair
311 John L. O’Brien Building(360) 786-7826
Schmick, Joe (R)
Ranking Minority Member
426B Legislative Building(360) 786-7844
Caldier, Michelle (R)
Assistant Ranking Minority Member
122H Legislative Building(360) 786-7802
Chambers, Kelly (R)426 John L. O’Brien Building(360) 786-7948
Davis, Lauren (D)369 John L. O’Brien Building(360) 786-7910
DeBolt, Richard (R)425A Legislative Building(360) 786-7896
Harris, Paul (R)426A Legislative Building(360) 786-7976
Jinkins, Laurie (D)320 John L. O’Brien Building(360) 786-7930
Maycumber, Jacquelin (R)425B Legislative Building(360) 786-7908
Riccelli, Marcus (D)434A Legislative Building(360) 786-7888
Robinson, June (D)332 John L. O’Brien Building(360) 786-7864
Stonier, Monica Jurado (D)331 John L. O’Brien Building(360) 786-7872
Thai, My-Linh (D)424 John L. O’Brien Building(360) 786-7926
Tharinger, Steve (D)314 John L. O’Brien Building(360) 786-7904

Here is the Roll Call Vote in the Senate that passed the bill on to the House:

Roll Call
SB 5332
Vital statistics
3rd Reading & Final Passage
Yeas: 33 Nays: 15 Absent: 0 Excused: 1

Voting Yea: Senators Bailey, Billig, Braun, Carlyle, Cleveland, Conway, Darneille, Das, Dhingra, Frockt, Hasegawa, Hobbs, Hunt, Keiser, King, Kuderer, Liias, Lovelett, McCoy, Mullet, Nguyen, O`Ban, Palumbo, Pedersen, Randall, Rivers, Rolfes, Saldaña, Salomon, Takko, Walsh, Wellman, Wilson, C.

Voting Nay: Senators Becker, Brown, Ericksen, Fortunato, Hawkins, Holy, Honeyford, Padden, Schoesler, Sheldon, Short, Van De Wege, Warnick, Wilson, L., Zeiger

One comment on “Senate Bill 5332 will have Public Hearing in House

  1. Carleton J Howard says:

    I am a Washington state native, born in Anacortes in 1944, to a father who was born there in 1895. His father and grandmother came to Fidalgo Island in 1872 and homesteaded on land where I grew up. I have don a lot of research on my family using open records and ask that such records remain open to public access. I do not believe restricting access serves any truly useful purpose.
    Thank you for considering my comments and request.

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