- March 30, 2022Higher education bills signed into lawGov. Jay Inslee has signed a fleet of WSU-supported bills into law. House Bill 1751, in part, requires anti-hazing training for new students and institutes new transparency requirements for institutions of higher education and social fraternity and sorority organizations for violations of hazing laws, codes of conduct, and other protocols. WSU issued a statement this afternoon hailing the bill’s passage, which can be found here. House Bill 1835 in part establishes…
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