Office of Government Relations
The Evergreen State College Office of Government Relations works with state legislators, elected officials, and state agencies to advance the College’s legislative agenda.
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2014-03-05House Advances Budgets to Conference
Today the Washington House passed a supplemental operating (53-44) and capital budget (92-4). Several amendments were considered for both budgets, no amendments were passed that impacted higher education. The budgets now go to conference.
This afternoon the Senate Ways and Means Committee advanced an efficiency bill authored by the public baccalaureates and community and technical colleges. The bill – HB 2613 – changes business practices resulting in greater efficiency and effectiveness for Washington’s public baccalaureate institutions. Among the changes proposed is permissive authority to prorate paychecks for faculty on […]
2014-03-02Budgets the Focus of Legislative Action
On Friday the House and Senate took steps to advance budgets and move closer to meeting the sine die deadline in two week. Senate In the afternoon the Senate passed a proposed capital budget from the floor to the House with a vote of 31-18. Fourteen amendment were drawn up for consideration, several were withdrawn […]
This morning the House Capital Budget advanced the higher education efficiencies bill to the floor. The bill changes to business practices resulting in greater efficiency and effectiveness for Washington’s public baccalaureate institutions. In particular to capital construction SB 6362 would increase the predesign project limit for capital projects from $5 million to $10 million.
2014-02-28Bills and Budgets Move
Yesterday the House and Senate were busy as sine die looms in two weeks. Senate In the late afternoon the Senate passed a proposed operating budget off the floor with a vote of 41-8. Following the vote on the floor, the Senate Higher Education Committee convened for the last time this session. The Committee advanced […]