VOTE - NOVEMBER 5, 2019

VOTE REJECT on Ref 88

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This website will address major legislation that affects your rights as a parent.  Action steps will be listed on what you can do to STOP this intrusion into the family. 

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Pierce County Council created a Birth - 25 Commission.  They are currently interviewing applications for members to appoint to this commission.  We will post informaton about the commission and the meetings once the members are selected. 

STATUS  OF  BILLS
Session ended April, 2019 - Next session January 2020

The following bills will be returning in the 2020 session


SB 5395 - Sex Education

SB 5683 / HB 1771 - Home visitation

Referendum 88 - To overturn a law that creates special treatment based on race, gender, age, disability, and sexual orientation and creates a new State agency to oversee that all education institutions and contracts with government are in compliance with politically correct standards.


SB 5395 - Sexual Health Education

SB 5683 / HB 1771 - Washington Baby Act


This bill mandates that ALL schools will teach Comprehensive Sexual Health to all students ages Kindergarten to 12th grade.  The bill takes away local control and the ability of local school boards to offer a program that is sensitive to their community.  The bill requires the use of "skills based instruction"  that will ask the children to "demonstrate" their knowledge of sexual health and data on sexual behavior will be collected to comply with requirements under an "evidence based" program. 


The Washington Baby Act promotes a universal home visitation entitlement plan to visit the homes of every new born baby.  The bill claims to be voluntary but amendments to ensure that home visitation would remain strictly voluntary failed in both the Senate and House versions of the bill.

The Dept of Early Learning, now called Dept of Children Youth and Families has a precedent of changing voluntary programs into mandatory.  In the year 2013 HB 1723 created the QRIS Early Achievers system as a voluntary program but two years later in the year 2015, HB 1491 turned voluntary into "shall implement" the QRIS Early Achievers system.

Thank you to the many of you who did call and email our legislators.  These bills are currently on "hold" for this session, but we expect it to move forward again in a future session.  We will keep you notified of any progress.



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