+ − Contact Information + − Committees (3) WA - Business and Financial Services (House) Title: vice chair WA - Capital Budget (House) Title: WA - Community Development, Housing and Tribal Affairs (House) Title: + − Sponsored Bills (20) WA - HB1571 Creating a community care and supportive services program for veterans. WA - HB2582 Concerning the department of veterans affairs. WA - HB2148 Establishing a regional transit authority rebate program for low-income individuals. WA - HB2320 Concerning the creation of a work group to study and make recommendations on natural disaster mitigation and resiliency activities. WA - HB2009 Providing higher education support for gold star families. WA - HB2357 Allowing semiannual or quarterly payment plans for regional transit authority motor vehicle excise taxes. WA - HB2459 Modifying gender references pertaining to major political party committees. WA - HB1802 Increasing the access of veterans, military service members, and military spouses to shared leave in state employment. WA - HB2464 Concerning veteran and national guard tuition waivers. WA - HB2367 Establishing a child care collaborative task force. WA - HB2111 Concerning the protection of military installations operated by the United States armed services from incompatible development. WA - HB1053 Addressing the Washington state credit union act. WA - HB2396 Establishing the working families' child care access and affordability through regional employers act. WA - HB2142 Concerning discover passes for state and national guard members. WA - HB2710 Adding proximity to working forests to the residential real estate disclosure statement. WA - HB2341 Concerning the protection of military installations operated by the United States armed services from incompatible development. WA - HB2851 Clarifying the calculation of military leave for officers and employees that work shifts spanning more than one calendar day. WA - HB1320 Concerning certain gold star license plate qualified applicants and recipients. WA - HB2366 Concerning the Federal Way school district regionalization factor used for compensation. WA - HB2608 Concerning property tax exemptions for service-connected disabled veterans and senior citizens. + − Cosponsored Bills (114) WA - HB1055 Concerning pro bono legal services for military service members, veterans, and their families. WA - HB1056 Concerning consumer protections for military service members on active duty. WA - HB1116 Implementing family and medical leave insurance. WA - HB1173 Addressing military service credit for members of the Washington state patrol retirement system. WA - HB1177 Supporting access to state recreation lands by disabled veterans. WA - HB1180 Enhancing recreational opportunities for veterans with disabilities. WA - HB1251 Concerning the appointment of counsel for youth in dependency court proceedings. WA - HB1284 Requiring creation of a statewide school emergency panic button program. WA - HB1451 Improving language access for public school students and families with limited English proficiency. WA - HB1534 Clarifying the powers, duties, and functions of the department of veterans affairs. WA - HB1541 Addressing prescription drug cost transparency. WA - HB1551 Creating a competitive equipment assistance grant program to enhance student nutrition in public schools. WA - HB1569 Requiring the department of social and health services to request all necessary exemptions and waivers from the federal government to allow students to use electronic benefit transfer cards at institutions of higher education. WA - HB1714 Concerning nursing staffing practices at hospitals. WA - HB1715 Addressing meal and rest breaks and mandatory overtime for certain health care employees. WA - HB1737 Concerning veterans' mental health services at institutions of higher education. WA - HB1783 Concerning legal financial obligations. WA - HB1798 Concerning the sale of manufactured/mobile home communities. WA - HB1800 Enacting the Washington voting rights act. WA - HB1805 Beginning to address the issue of contaminated drinking water stemming from the lead content in drinking water infrastructure, including pipes, connections, and fixtures. WA - HB1807 Increasing transparency of contributions by creating the Washington state DISCLOSE act of 2017. WA - HB1836 Concerning overtime compensation for individual providers of home care services. WA - HB1869 Regulating interpreter services. WA - HB1978 Requiring annual reporting on the implementation of laws to streamline licensing processes for military service members and their spouses. WA - HB2147 Concerning taxpayer relief for persons subject to a motor vehicle excise tax imposed by a regional transit authority. WA - HB2149 Requiring a taxpayer accountability statement to be included with regional transit authority motor vehicle excise taxes. WA - HB2150 Requiring a taxpayer accountability statement to be included with regional transit authority property taxes. WA - HB2151 Prioritizing transit agency integration for regional mobility grants in counties with a population of seven hundred thousand or more. WA - HB2200 Protecting the privacy and security of internet users. WA - HB2201 Concerning the collection of a motor vehicle excise tax approved by voters of a regional transit authority in 2016. WA - HB2225 Aligning Washington's greenhouse gas emissions limits with those established by the United States' commitment under the 2015 Paris climate agreement. WA - HB2237 Providing tax relief to motorists by exempting certain mobile communications technology from retail sales and use tax. WA - HB2252 Concerning policies for granting academic credit at institutions of higher education for international baccalaureate (IB) examinations. WA - HB2256 Concerning the online availability of foster parent preservice training. WA - HB2263 Concerning governmental continuity during emergency periods. WA - HB2267 Recognizing indigenous peoples' day. WA - HB2269 Concerning tax relief for adaptive automotive equipment for veterans and service members with disabilities. WA - HB2272 Concerning restrictions on prescriptions for opiates. WA - HB2282 Protecting an open internet in Washington state. WA - HB2284 Protecting consumers by prohibiting blocking, throttling, or paid prioritization in the provision of internet service in Washington state. WA - HB2286 Addressing the disposition of certain fees collected by the department of financial institutions for the securities division. WA - HB2293 Restricting firearms and dangerous weapons in early learning facilities. WA - HB2311 Reducing barriers to student participation in extracurricular activities. WA - HB2314 Concerning marriage licensing and solemnization by county auditors. WA - HB2323 Addressing cost-of-living adjustments for teachers' retirement system plan 1 and public employees' retirement system plan 1 retirees. WA - HB2330 Concerning expansion of extended foster care eligibility. WA - HB2342 Establishing a donation program for resident disabled veterans to receive hunting and fishing licenses. WA - HB2343 Defining "willful" in the chapter regarding abuse of vulnerable adults. WA - HB2344 Concerning evacuation of adult family homes. WA - HB2346 Concerning priority processing for adult family home license applications. WA - HB2353 Supporting sexual assault survivors. WA - HB2354 Restricting fees for security freezes by consumer reporting agencies. WA - HB2360 Increasing penalties for the crime of patronizing a prostitute. WA - HB2373 Concerning residential custody services for tribal youth. WA - HB2381 Allowing certain adult family homes to increase capacity to eight beds. WA - HB2397 Requiring health plans to reimburse the United States department of veterans affairs for health services provided to veterans for nonservice-connected disability treatments. WA - HB2407 Concerning reporting regarding the use of out-of-state materials for public works projects. WA - HB2422 Concerning high capacity magazines. WA - HB2456 Increasing employment opportunities for spouses of military members. WA - HB2513 Concerning suicide prevention and behavioral health in higher education, with enhanced services to student veterans. WA - HB2522 Modifying qualifications for disabled veterans to receive fee exempt license plates. WA - HB2550 Providing tax exemptions for the assistance of disabled veterans and members of the armed forces of the United States of America. WA - HB2556 Protecting consumers and purchasers from excessive increases in generic prescription drug prices. WA - HB2573 Concerning alcohol server permits. WA - HB2633 Addressing the presumption of occupational disease for purposes of workers' compensation by adding medical conditions to the presumption and extending the presumption to certain publicly employed firefighters and investigators and law enforcement. WA - HB2657 Regarding the school employees' benefits board. WA - HB2660 Continuing access to medicaid services. WA - HB2670 Providing services and supports to pregnant and parenting minors to improve educational attainment. WA - HB2739 Concerning veterans' assistance levies. WA - HB2753 Restricting the practice of conversion therapy. WA - HB2758 Concerning diaper changing stations at restaurants. WA - HB2761 Improving placement stability for children and youth involved with child welfare services. WA - HB2764 Concerning child care for student parents in public institutions of higher education. WA - HB2773 Creating the veterans service officer program. WA - HB2778 Protecting personal information regarding sexual harassment claims. WA - HB2784 Concerning background checks for persons providing child care services. WA - HB2785 Providing the list of foster parent rights and responsibilities to prospective and current foster parents. WA - HB2795 Concerning private case management of child welfare services. WA - HB2815 Regarding career and technical education in alternative learning experience programs. WA - HB2820 Concerning the healthy relationships campaign. WA - HB2845 Creating a task force on marijuana odor. WA - HB2867 Helping foster and homeless youth complete apprenticeships. WA - HB2877 Concerning equitable educational outcomes for foster children and youth from preschool to postsecondary education. WA - HB2923 Concerning the training and monitoring of guardians. WA - HB2951 Ordering a study to determine how to increase reporting and investigation of missing Native American women. WA - HB3012 Eliminating child marriage. WA - HR4604 Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. WA - HR4614 Recognizing Washington's Future Farmers of America (FFA). WA - HR4615 Honoring the bravery and dedication of the Buffalo Soldiers. WA - HR4616 Remembering and honoring Gina Grant Bull. WA - HR4617 Celebrating children on children's day. WA - HR4618 Honoring former presidents on Presidents' Day. WA - HR4622 Recognizing the 100th anniversary of Joint Base Lewis-McChord. WA - HR4623 Celebrating International Women's Day. WA - HR4635 Honoring and supporting individuals with autism. WA - HR4637 Recognizing the contributions of Navy personnel and their family members. WA - HR4639 Thanking the Washington National Guard. WA - HR4645 Honoring the 2016-2017 Gonzaga University Bulldogs men's basketball team. WA - HR4653 Honoring the life of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. WA - HR4662 Honoring those who provided aid during the Amtrak derailment. WA - HR4663 Recognizing the Washington National Guard. WA - HR4673 Reflecting on the seventy-sixth anniversary of Executive Order 9066. WA - HR4674 Honoring former presidents on Presidents' Day. WA - HR4678 Celebrating the Navy in Washington state. WA - HR4685 Honoring Representative Larry Haler. WA - HR4686 Honoring Representative Jay Rodne. WA - HR4687 Honoring Representative Dan Kristiansen. WA - HR4688 Honoring Representative Melanie Stambaugh. WA - HR4689 Honoring Representative Terry Nealey. WA - HR4690 Honoring Representative Liz Pike. WA - HR4691 Honoring Representative Judy Clibborn. WA - HR4692 Honoring Representative Ruth Kagi. WA - HJR4210 Amending the state Constitution to provide governmental continuity during emergency periods resulting from a catastrophic incident. WA - HJM4002 Requesting that state route number 395 be named the Thomas S. "Tom" Foley Memorial Highway.