Introduced by Sen. Lisa Brown, (D-Spokane) (D) on February 1, 2012, requires the state health care authority to provide a subsidy of two hundred fifty dollars per month for health benefit premiums to certain members of the teachers' retirement system or the public employees' retirement system.
Referred to the Senate Ways & Means Committee on February 1, 2012.
1) Re: 2012 Senate Bill 6577 (Offering health benefit subsidies for certain retired public employees) by magspc on February 2, 2012 Can you say conflict of interest. As a former instructor at EWU and presently a full-time politician; this is like lawyer voting on tort reform. OH they do that. Shouldn't bills have a casual effect of why they are being created? Such as why just for certain employees? Isn't that bias. Everything she stands against? Another bill that shouldn't have been introduced until they balance the budget. Along with the other 100's that have been introduced.
2) 2012 Senate Bill 6577 (Offering health benefit subsidies for certain retired public employees) by admin on February 2, 2012 Introduced in the Senate on February 1, 2012