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2021 House Bill 1090: Concerning private, for-profit detention facilities
Introduced by Rep. Lillian Ortiz-Self (Mukilteo) (D) on January 11, 2021
Referred to the House Public Safety Committee on January 11, 2021
Referred to the House Rules Committee on February 17, 2021
Amendment offered by Rep. Jenny Graham (Spokane) (R) on February 23, 2021
Exempts any private detention facility with a 2020 COVID-19 infection rate that was less than 25 percent of the average 2020 COVID-19 infection rate of state and local correctional facilities from the restrictions in the underlying bill, thereby allowing those facilities to continue operating within the state.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the House on February 23, 2021
Amendment offered by Rep. Brad Klippert (Benton) (R) on February 23, 2021
Removes the emergency clause. Provides that the bill takes effect 90 days after adjournment of the session in which the bill is passed, rather than immediately.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the House on February 23, 2021
Amendment offered by Rep. Brad Klippert (Benton) (R) on February 23, 2021
Exempts any private detention facility in which health care services are provided by the federal government from the restrictions in the underlying bill thereby allowing the operation of those facilities within the state.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the House on February 23, 2021
Amendment offered by Rep. Gina Mosbrucker (Clark) (R) on February 23, 2021
Removes any detention facility operated by a private, for-profit entity pursuant to a contract or agreement with the federal government from the definition of "private detention facility," thereby providing that those facilities are not subject to the restrictions in the underlying bill.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the House on February 23, 2021
Amendment offered by Rep. Lillian Ortiz-Self (Mukilteo) (D) on February 23, 2021
Provides that the exemption for facilities providing rehabilitative, counseling, treatment, mental health, educational, or medical services to juveniles applies to juveniles who are subject to Title 13 RCW, which pertains to juvenile courts and related facilities generally, as well as any similarly applicable federal law (rather than juveniles who are subject to chapter 13.04 RCW, the Basic Juvenile Court Act, and any similarly applicable federal law).
The amendment passed by voice vote in the House on February 23, 2021
Received in the Senate on February 25, 2021
Referred to the Senate Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation Committee on February 25, 2021
Referred to the Senate Rules Committee on March 17, 2021
Signed by Gov. Jay Inslee on April 14, 2021

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