Yakima Valley College

Folder Records: 11 Address P.O. Box 22520, Yakima, Washington, 98907

APHIS #: 91-R-0051
OLAW/PHS Assurance #:
Type: Public Higher Education

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Records

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View May 2019 APHIS Inspection Report PDF 07/07/2020 Download
View May 2019 APHIS Inspection Photos and Videos PDF 07/07/2020 Download
View 2019 IACUC Semiannual Report PDF 07/07/2020 Download
View 2019 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/06/2020 Download
View 2018 Research Protocol PDF 07/07/2020 Download
View 2018 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/06/2020 Download
View 2017 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/06/2020 Download
View 2016 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/06/2020 Download
View 2015 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 08/12/2020 Download
View 2014 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 08/12/2020 Download
View 2013 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 08/12/2020 Download

Laws

Is the lab subject to the open records law in its state?Yes Yes

Is the lab subject to federal FOIA?No No

Ag-Gag Law

Name: Acts Against Animals in Research or Educational Facilities

Citation: West's RCWA 4.24.570 - 580

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Anti-Cruelty Law

Name: Washington Anti-Cruelty Laws

Citation: RCWA 1652010 - 350

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Post-Research Adoption Law

Name: Washington Homes for Animal Heroes Act

Citation: RCWA 18.92.270

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Open Records Law

Name: Washington Public Records Act

Citation: W.R.C.A. 42.56.001 et seq.

Commentary:

Anyone can file a request. Initial response time is five days. There are no appeals. You can ask the Washington Attorney General for a nonbinding opinion about your dispute with a state university. Fees are only for the actual cost of duplication. Fee waivers aren’t addressed, but the law says that agencies “may” charge fees, which implies that they have the power to not charge. When universities do charge fees, they’re so low (literally a few dollars) that a waiver isn’t necessary. Based on our experience, Washington is unquestionably the best state for getting animal documents from public universities and colleges. They usually release everything we ask for, often with an astoundingly small amount of redaction. Some institutions respond quickly, though others take a while. Fees are minimal or nonexistent.

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