+ − Contact Information Email Address: Cyndy.Jacobsen@leg.wa.gov Phone: (253) 449-8545 + − Committees (4) WA - Appropriations (House) Title: WA - Rules (House) Title: WA - College and Workforce Development (House) Title: assistant ranking minority member WA - Community and Economic Development (House) Title: + − Cosponsored Bills (60) WA - HB1000 Expanding mental health support for law enforcement officers. WA - HB1012 Providing a business and occupation tax credit to address the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on businesses in the state. WA - HB1025 Concerning local parks funding options. WA - HB1041 Concerning sunshine committee recommendations regarding juveniles. WA - HB1060 Requiring legislative approval to extend a gubernatorial proclamation of a state of emergency. WA - HB1078 Restoring voter eligibility for all persons convicted of a felony offense who are not in total confinement under the jurisdiction of the department of corrections. WA - HB1130 Concerning consumer affordability and reliability in energy supply. WA - HB1190 Fostering economic growth in Washington by supporting emerging businesses in the new space economy. WA - HB1211 Concerning salmon-safe communities. WA - HB1224 Concerning spring blade knives. WA - HB1228 Addressing residential landlord-tenant requirements in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency. WA - HB1231 Requiring certain traffic lane merge education and testing. WA - HB1238 Creating the help out Washington state government program to allow Washingtonians to voluntarily contribute to government expenditures. WA - HB1244 Prohibiting civil penalties for first-time violations of standards regulated under emergency proclamations. WA - HB1258 Concerning the operation, authorization, and permitting of microenterprise home kitchens. WA - HB1265 Concerning the presidential primary. WA - HB1278 Suspending certain licensing requirements for child care providers. WA - HB1286 Adopting the psychology interjurisdictional compact. WA - HB1289 Concerning winery workforce development. WA - HB1290 Concerning the distribution of aircraft fuel tax revenue. WA - HB1299 Providing business and occupation tax relief to the hospitality industry. WA - HB1324 Increasing legislative transparency. WA - HB1334 Making appropriations to revive our economy and accelerate a lasting recovery for Washington. WA - HB1353 Improving the equitable access to the main street program. WA - HB1354 Concerning suicide review teams. WA - HB1355 Concerning noxious weeds. WA - HB1358 Providing property tax relief by reducing both parts of the state school levies based on an amount that approximates the fiscal impact of extraordinary growth in property values that exceeded the valuation growth assumptions of budget writers when part two of the state school levy was enacted. WA - HB1364 Addressing the impacts of pinnipeds on populations of threatened southern resident orca prey. WA - HB1381 Limiting the governor's emergency powers, ensuring legislative balance of power, and regulating government agency emergency authority. WA - HB1384 Raising the seriousness levels of rape of a child and child molestation offenses. WA - HB1390 Assisting Washington student athletes by prioritizing athletic scholarship funding. WA - HB1398 Preserving affordable housing and assisting tenants and rental housing providers in response to the COVID-19 public health crisis. WA - HB1399 Reducing barriers to professional licensure for individuals with previous criminal convictions. WA - HB1402 Establishing review standards for professional licensing regulation. WA - HB1408 Protecting the personal information of juveniles from public disclosure. WA - HB1410 Protecting taxpayers from home foreclosure. WA - HB1455 Concerning the use of social security numbers by the department of labor and industries and the employment security department. WA - HB1467 Authorizing appropriations from the budget stabilization account to replace prior state expenditures from federal coronavirus relief funding. WA - HB1482 Addressing foreclosure protections for homeowners in common interest communities. WA - HB1483 Concerning workforce development in the beverage alcohol industry. WA - HB1485 Recognizing Women's Suffrage Day as a legal holiday. WA - HB1489 Concerning locally manufactured personal protective equipment. WA - HB1505 Clarifying that providing ambulance services in chapter 36.57 RCW includes the ability for the transportation authority to pay for training for the people that will provide the ambulance services. WA - HB1521 Supporting warehousing and manufacturing job centers. WA - HB1538 Establishing an aviation and aerospace advisory committee. WA - HB1541 Authorizing local option revenue for homelessness services, subject to specified conditions, including prohibiting supervised injection sites and requiring local restrictions on camping on public property. WA - HB1570 Prohibiting the government from requiring proof of vaccination to access public places. WA - HB1574 Concerning civil actions alleging violation of the right to be free from discrimination because of the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability. WA - HR4601 Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King. WA - HR4603 Celebrating Black History Month. WA - HR4607 Recognizing Presidents' Day. WA - HR4609 Honoring Japanese Americans who suffered relocation and internment during World War II. WA - HR4611 Honoring James L. Gaudino. WA - HR4612 Recognizing the Boys and Girls Clubs in Washington state. WA - HR4613 Recognizing the strong relationship between the people of the state of Washington and the people of Taiwan. WA - HR4619 Recognizing the Daffodil Festival. WA - HR4620 Honoring Washington state firefighters. WA - HR4621 Honoring the life of former Washington State Representative John Edward Ahern. WA - HR4624 Recognizing the life, work, and sacrifice of Long-Term Care Providers. WA - HR4628 Honoring Washington law enforcement officers.