Tag: Wrongful Death

22
Apr

Final Stretch!

This week brought a lot of news, as the final weeks of Session often do. The wrongful death bill, SB 5163, was passed by the House and is expected to be signed into law by the Governor shortly. Despite coming close, we were unable to get any changes to the bill to limit liability to only the amount for which

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30
Mar

Happy Budget Week (With Miscellaneous Updates, Too)!

Both the House and Senate unveiled their budgets this week, and there is a lot to digest. For elections, neither budget funds the “even year” elections, which is the status quo but is also disappointing given how hard we have worked with the Secretary of State to secure funding for all elections, regardless of year (the even- odd-year distinction is antiquated and

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25
Mar

Week in Review: Hearings, Hearings and More Hearings

This past week has been a busy one, with WSAC staff testifying at no fewer than a dozen hearings. With the House reporting passing 350 bills over to the Senate, and only 20 days allotted to policy committee hearings, next week should prove to be a busy one, as well. On Monday, WSAC testified in support of HB 1913, the

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20
Mar

Wrongful Death Bill Keeps Moving, But Not Without a Fight

WSAC contract lobbyist, Mike Hoover, has kept you well informed regarding SSB 5163 – concerning wrongful injury or death this session, but it is also important to note that, while we may not carry the day on this issue, we have a great group of hardworking people doing their best to make sure our concerns are well understood. To that end,

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