Status Summary

HB 1672 was heard in the Senate Human Services, Mental Health, and Housing Committee on March 12th. It was not scheduled for executive action and therefore is dead.

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Rep. Kagi

HB 1672 strikes current statutory language pertaining to the maintenance and disclosure of reports of child abuse or neglect that required the Dept. of Social and Health Services to destroy screened-out reports within 3 years from the receipt of the report, and unfounded, or inconclusive reports within 6 years of the completion of the investigation.