Status Summary

The bill passed in Human Services and Corrections and was sent to Senate Rules committee. It was pulled in Rules and voted on by the Senate. On 2/9, first reading in the House, referred to Community Development, Housing & Tribal Affairs. On 2/15, Public hearing scheduled in the House Committee on Community Development, Housing & Tribal Affairs on 2/15 at 1:30 p.m. Scheduled for executive session in the House Committee on Community Development, Housing & Tribal Affairs on 2/20. SB6115 was exec’d and sent to Rules. On 2/27, Rules suspended and placed on third reading. Passed on third reading, passed; yeas, 97; nays, 0; absent, 0; excused, 1. On 3/1, the bill was signed by Senate President and on 3/3, it was signed by the Speaker of the House. On 3/5, the bill was delivered to the Governor.He will take action on it on 3/9. (updated 3/8)

Legislative Session

2018

Status

In Progress

Sponsor

Sen. McCoy

The new section indicates that the department may provide residential custody services in state juvenile rehabilitation facility to youth adjudicated and sentenced by a court of any federally recognized Indian tribe in Washington state.

 “Residential custody services” are comprehensive programs for the custody, care, education, treatment, instruction, guidance, control, and rehabilitation of youth committed to a state juvenile rehabilitation facility.

 “State juvenile rehabilitation facility” is a community facility or other juvenile rehabilitation facility operated by the department.

 *Companion to HB 2373