Senate Bills 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 30 and 33


Tuesday, September 24
11 a.m.
Room 8E-B of the Capitol’s East Wing

  • Senate Bill 20 | Bill Analysis – Sen. LeAnna Washington (D-4), Sen. Kim Ward (R-39) Updates the definition of “child abuse” and provides exclusions.

    • A03399 | Amendment Analysis
  • Senate Bill 21 | Bill Analysis – Sen. Kim Ward (R-39), Sen. John Blake (D-22) Clarifies who is a “mandatory reporter” of child abuse.
    • A03409 | Amendment Analysis
  • Senate Bill 22 Bill Analysis – Sen. Kim Ward (R-39), Sen. Tim Solobay (D-46) Increases penalties for failure to report child abuse.
    • A03410 | Amendment Analysis
  • Senate Bill 23Bill Analysis – Sen. Lisa Baker (R-20), Sen. Christine Tartaglione (D-2) Updates the definition of “perpetrator” and expands definition of “person responsible for a child’s welfare.”
    • A03427 | Amendment Analysis
  • Senate Bill 27 Bill Analysis – Sen. Bob Mensch (R-24), Sen. Mike Stack (D-5) Improves the exchange of information among medical practitioners and county agencies.
    • A03424 | Amendment Analysis
  • Senate Bill 30 Bill Analysis – Sen. Ted Erickson (R-26), Sen. Richard Kasunic (D-32) Establishes accountability and due process protections for individuals working with delinquent children in juvenile detention facilities and residential rehabilitative institutions.
    • A03457 | Amendment Analysis
  • Senate Bill 33| Bill Analysis – Sen. Bob Mensch (R-24), Sen. Jim Brewster (D-45) Provides employee whistleblower protection for child abuse reporting.
    • A03423 | Amendment Analysis