Washington's legislative session adjourned on March 12, 2020. Read a summary of issues from this session that could affect you, your patients, and your practice.
This year, Washington state’s 60-day legislative session adjourned, on time, on Thursday, March 12, 2020. Occurring in even-numbered years, 60-day sessions are the second half of the biennium, designed to supplement the odd-year, 105-day session. While this was a short session, there was no scarcity of bills, and the final days of the session saw legislators working to quickly address the rapidly developing COVID-19 pandemic.
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- Dental Therapists
- Provider Credentialing
- Health Care Cost Transparency Board
- AIDS Education & Training
- Access to Baby & Childhood Dentistry Program
- Telemedicine Training
- B&O Tax Increase
- Job Title Reporting
- Paid Family & Medical Leave
- Budget Highlights
2020 WSDA Legislative Summary
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