+ − Contact Information Email Address: email@example.com Phone: (360) 786-7940 + − Committees (3) WA - Education (House) Title: vice chair WA - Finance (House) Title: WA - State Government, Elections and Information Technology (House) Title: vice chair + − Sponsored Bills (13) WA - HB1076 Modifying certain common school provisions. WA - HB2293 Exempting election security information from public records disclosure. WA - HB2292 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 - HB1120 Updating the term essential academic learning requirements to state learning standards to reflect current terminology. WA - HB1121 Concerning flexibility in high school graduation requirements. WA - HB2269 Concerning the administration of state education agencies. WA - HB2220 Volunteering in schools after a criminal conviction. WA - HB2270 Adjusting stop signal requirements for school buses. WA - HB2258 Concerning appropriations for special education programs. WA - HB1078 Notifying purchasers of hearing instruments about uses and benefits of telecoil and bluetooth technology. WA - HB1085 Concerning premium reduction for medicare-eligible retiree participants in the public employees' benefits board program. WA - HB2279 Improving the development of the marijuana market by enacting provisions specific to craft cannabis production. WA - HB1093 Concerning appropriations for special education programs. + − Cosponsored Bills (212) WA - HB1033 Concerning relocation assistance for manufactured/mobile home park tenants. WA - HB1064 Concerning law enforcement. WA - HB1067 Concerning employment after public service in state government. WA - HB1071 Protecting personal information. WA - HB1077 Concerning governmental continuity during emergency periods. WA - HB1104 Requiring the submission of a waiver to the federal government to create the Washington health security trust. WA - HB1131 Allowing residential marijuana agriculture. WA - HB1132 Concerning early retirement options for members of the teachers' retirement system and school employees' retirement system plans 2 and 3. WA - HB1137 Concerning national guard pay in state active service for wildland fire response duty. WA - HB1138 Concerning the armed forces exceptions for giving notice of termination of a tenancy. WA - HB1139 Expanding the current and future educator workforce supply. WA - HB1149 Clarifying requirements to obtain a sexual assault protection order. WA - HB1153 Modifying earned early release provisions. WA - HB1156 Concerning employee benefit contracts for K-12 employees. WA - HB1166 Supporting sexual assault survivors. WA - HB1172 Assisting Washington families by improving the fairness of the state's tax system by enacting a capital gains tax and providing property tax relief. WA - HB1181 Providing property tax relief for senior citizens and qualifying veterans. WA - HB1182 Modifying the learning assistance program. WA - HB1184 Concerning school district elections. WA - HB1185 Assuring access to health care services for medicaid beneficiaries by applying the medicare rate floor to health care services furnished under medicaid by health care providers. WA - HB1186 Continuing access to medicaid services. WA - HB1192 Concerning solemnizing marriage. WA - HB1194 Preventing toxic pollution that affects public health or the environment. WA - HB1195 Concerning the efficient administration of campaign finance and public disclosure reporting and enforcement. WA - HB1197 Concerning gold star license plates. WA - HB1201 Concerning the Washington national guard postsecondary education grant program. WA - HB1202 Concerning ensuring fairness and compliance with public works and procurement practices. WA - HB1203 Reporting lost or stolen firearms. WA - HB1205 Reducing pollution from plastic bags by establishing minimum state standards for the use of bags at retail establishments. WA - HB1206 Concerning park models, tiny homes, and manufactured homes. WA - HB1207 Concerning manufactured housing communities. WA - HB1209 Providing prepaid postage for all election ballots. WA - HB1210 Allowing nonresident children from military families to enroll in Washington's public schools prior to arrival in the state. WA - HB1211 Supporting Washington's clean energy economy and transitioning to a clean, affordable, and reliable energy future. WA - HB1221 Improving crisis planning in schools to prevent youth suicide. WA - HB1230 Broadening the eligibility for a reduced recreational hunting and fishing license rate for resident disabled hunters and fishers. WA - HB1241 Addressing insurance coverage for water-sewer district commissioners. WA - HB1252 Concerning crime committed by business entities. WA - HB1256 Increasing monetary penalties for the unlawful use of a personal electronic device while driving a motor vehicle in a school, playground, or crosswalk speed zone. WA - HB1257 Concerning energy efficiency. WA - HB1260 Performing intramuscular needling. WA - HB1263 Concerning support for students experiencing homelessness. WA - HB1264 Concerning secondary traumatic stress in public school staff. WA - HB1265 Increasing student access to school counselors. WA - HB1284 Creating the capacity for the state treasurer's office to provide separately managed investment portfolios to eligible governmental entities. WA - HB1285 Adding the treasurer to the public works board. WA - HB1286 Banning the sale of assault weapons and large capacity magazines. WA - HB1291 Concerning state reimbursement of election costs. WA - HB1292 Concerning deadlines for receipt of voter registrations by election officials. WA - HB1300 Creating the reinvesting in our colleges program. WA - HB1303 Removing certain restrictions on subsidized child care for students at institutions of higher education. WA - HB1304 Concerning career and technical education in alternative learning experience programs. WA - HB1310 Concerning the presidential primary. WA - HB1311 Concerning college bound scholarship eligible students. WA - HB1314 Concerning ethnic studies in public schools. WA - HB1320 Concerning property tax exemptions for service-connected disabled veterans and senior citizens. WA - HB1322 Concerning dual language learning in early learning and K-12 education. WA - HB1324 Creating the Washington rural development and opportunity zone act. WA - HB1327 Providing services and supports to parenting minors to improve educational attainment. WA - HB1336 Expanding career connected learning opportunities. WA - HB1339 Enacting the Native American voting rights act of Washington. WA - HB1340 Establishing a statewide free college program by changing the state need grant to the Washington college promise scholarship. WA - HB1343 Increasing revenues for the support of state government. WA - HB1351 Expanding eligibility to the early childhood education and assistance program. WA - HB1355 Establishing staffing standards and ratios for counselors in community and technical colleges. WA - HB1357 Eliminating certain requirements for the annexation of an unincorporated island of territory. WA - HB1363 Concerning state agency employee access to peer-reviewed journals. WA - HB1365 Creating the Washington Indian health improvement act. WA - HB1374 Relating to local government authority to regulate firearms. WA - HB1375 Applying campaign contribution limits to candidates for all port districts. WA - HB1378 Concerning education equivalencies for licensed child care providers. WA - HB1383 Modifying the crime of patronizing a prostitute. WA - HB1388 Allowing retirees who retired under alternate early retirement factors enacted in chapter 491, Laws of 2007, to use postretirement options prior to reaching age sixty-five. WA - HB1390 Providing a benefit increase to certain retirees of the public employees' retirement system plan 1 and the teachers' retirement system plan 1. WA - HB1395 Concerning direct contractor liability for payment of wages and benefits. WA - HB1407 Concerning comprehensive sexual health education. WA - HB1409 Modifying the maximum amount of leave school employees may accumulate. WA - HB1433 Requiring health insurance payment parity for advanced registered nurse practitioners. WA - HB1434 Eliminating the use of the valid court order exception to place youth in detention for noncriminal behavior. WA - HB1439 Requiring permission to bring a concealed firearm into another person's residence or dwelling place. WA - HB1449 Recognizing the fourth Saturday of September as public lands day. WA - HB1452 Extending collective bargaining rights to employees of the legislative branch of state government. WA - HB1453 Concerning residential tenant protections. WA - HB1478 Requiring state officials to complete high school assessments required for graduation from a public school. WA - HB1479 Building capacity within the educator workforce to improve student mental health and well-being. WA - HB1527 Providing a working families' tax credit. WA - HB1553 Concerning an ambulance transport quality assurance fee. WA - HB1570 Requiring the use of American or recycled steel products on certain public works. WA - HB1572 Concerning homeless college students. WA - HB1574 Increasing eligibility for child care and early learning programs for homeless and other vulnerable children. WA - HB1577 Concerning K-12 computer science education data. WA - HB1590 Allowing the local sales and use tax for affordable housing to be imposed by a councilmanic authority. WA - HB1593 Establishing a behavioral health innovation and integration campus within the University of Washington school of medicine. WA - HB1598 Providing code cities of a certain size with the ability to annex unincorporated areas without a referendum provision pursuant to a jointly approved interlocal agreement with the county. WA - HB1599 Promoting career and college readiness through modified high school graduation requirements. WA - HB1608 Protecting patient care. WA - HB1612 Eliminating barriers to reproductive health care for all. WA - HB1643 Concerning property ownership for participants in the address confidentiality program. WA - HB1653 Increasing the maximum tax rate for the voter-approved local sales and use tax for emergency communication systems and facilities. WA - HB1656 Protecting tenants in residential tenancies. WA - HB1657 Concerning services provided by the office of homeless youth prevention and protection programs. WA - HB1692 Protecting information concerning agency employees who have filed a claim of harassment or stalking. WA - HB1697 Concerning health coverage for young adults. WA - HB1698 Requiring disclosure of federal income tax returns of presidential candidates prior to appearing in the primary. WA - HB1703 Increasing tax exemption transparency and accountability. WA - HB1721 Establishing certificate programs to educate behavioral health care professionals. WA - HB1722 Concerning local options for tabulating votes in an election. WA - HB1732 Concerning identifying and responding to bias-based criminal offenses. WA - HB1739 Concerning firearms that are undetectable or untraceable. WA - HB1745 Providing local governments with options to preserve affordable housing in their communities. WA - HB1747 Concerning risk-based water quality standards for on-site nonpotable water systems. WA - HB1767 Establishing a law enforcement grant program to expand alternatives to arrest and jail processes. WA - HB1779 Concerning the immigration status of students. WA - HB1781 Amending the land use petition act. WA - HB1783 Creating the Washington state office of equity. WA - HB1815 Establishing a statewide policy supporting Washington state's economy and immigrants' role in the workplace. WA - HB1818 Requiring individual metering of households for water and sewer charges based on the actual water use of the household. WA - HB1819 Requiring additional information in reconciliation reports. WA - HB1820 Extending the retention period for storage of election material. WA - HB1821 Concerning postelection audit reports. WA - HB1822 Concerning statewide election data collection and reporting standards. WA - HB1823 Concerning disclosure of electronic ballot images. WA - HB1841 Establishing minimum crew size on certain trains. WA - HB1842 Concerning hours of service for certain railroad employees. WA - HB1843 Safeguarding the public safety by protecting railroad workers. WA - HB1857 Clarifying the supervision requirements for plasma donation centers. WA - HB1866 Concerning professional development requirements for child day care centers. WA - HB1870 Making state law consistent with selected federal consumer protections in the patient protection and affordable care act. WA - HB1873 Concerning the taxation of vapor products as tobacco products. WA - HB1877 Providing a pathway to establish a universal health care system for the residents of Washington state. WA - HB1883 Eliminating child marriage. WA - HB1913 Concerning the presumption of occupational disease for purposes of workers' compensation by adding medical conditions to the presumption, extending the presumption to certain publicly employed firefighters and investigators and law enforcement, addressing the qualifying medical examination, and creating an advisory committee. WA - HB1914 Providing training for equity and cultural competency in the public school system. WA - HB1921 Addressing the regressive nature of the Washington state housing market. WA - HB1923 Increasing urban residential building capacity. WA - HB1930 Concerning reasonable accommodation for the expression of breast milk in the workplace. WA - HB1997 Concerning manufactured/mobile homes. WA - HB2012 Providing equitable bonuses to K-12 instructional staff who attain national certification through professional organizations. WA - HB2015 Providing funding for the Washington state library-archives building and operations of library and archives facilities. WA - HB2017 Concerning collective bargaining for administrative law judges. WA - HB2018 Concerning harassment and discrimination by legislators and legislative branch employees. WA - HB2094 Concerning required qualifications for early learning providers. WA - HB2108 Concerning state funding for K-3 class sizes in schools. WA - HB2140 Relating to K-12 education funding. WA - HB2145 Modifying the annual regular property tax revenue growth limit. WA - HB2148 Providing a tax preference for rural and nonrural data centers. WA - HB2156 Investing in quality prekindergarten, K-12, and postsecondary opportunities throughout Washington with excise taxes on sales and extraordinary profits of high valued assets. WA - HB2157 Updating the Washington tax structure to address the needs of Washingtonians. WA - HB2158 Creating a workforce education investment to train Washington students for Washington jobs. WA - HB2264 Increasing the cap on accrued vacation leave. WA - HB2266 Concerning reasonable accommodation for the expression of breast milk without requiring written certification from a health care professional. WA - HB2303 Concerning professional licensing requirements for service members and military spouses. WA - HB2304 Concerning shared leave and industrial insurance benefits. WA - HB2458 Concerning optional benefits offered by school districts. WA - HB2489 Concerning the authority of counties, cities, and towns to exceed statutory property tax limitations for the purpose of financing affordable housing for very low-income households and low-income households. WA - HB2526 Protecting taxpayers from home foreclosure. WA - HB2546 Concerning the potency of marijuana products. WA - HB2554 Mitigating inequity in the health insurance market caused by health plans that exclude certain mandated benefits. WA - HB2575 Concerning reforms to increase transparency and accountability of the Washington redistricting commission. WA - HB2576 Concerning private detention facilities. WA - HB2577 Concerning agency responsibilities to regulated businesses and professions. WA - HB2602 Concerning hair discrimination. WA - HB2610 Concerning the sale or lease of manufactured/mobile home communities and the property on which they sit. WA - HB2612 Modifying the regulated marijuana system. WA - HB2631 Creating a family engagement framework. WA - HB2633 Expanding ethnic studies materials and resources for public school students in grades kindergarten through six. WA - HB2657 Extending the closure notice period for manufactured/mobile home communities. WA - HB2661 Expanding accessible, affordable child care and early childhood development programs. WA - HB2685 Concerning sick leave for K-12 employees. WA - HB2690 Providing students with equitable access to a high-quality public education by developing an infrastructure that assists public schools in the delivery of integrated student supports. WA - HB2691 Concerning the scope of collective bargaining for language access providers. WA - HB2702 Allowing chiropractors to deliver care to medicaid patients. WA - HB2719 Concerning the use of K-3 class size funding for student supports. WA - HB2779 Protecting tenants from excessive rent and related fees. WA - HB2788 Concerning local effort assistance for charter schools. WA - HB2811 Establishing a statewide environmental sustainability education program. WA - HB2818 Recognizing the eighteenth day of December as blood donor day. WA - HB2858 Concerning requirements for the filing of assessment rolls. WA - HB2859 Modifying deadlines for purposes of the property tax levy process. WA - HB2891 Establishing the American Indian cultural study grant. WA - HR4602 Honoring the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. WA - HR4608 Commemorating Lunar New Year. WA - HR4609 Honoring Edgar Martínez. WA - HR4610 Honoring Japanese Americans who suffered relocation and internment during World War II. WA - HR4612 Celebrating Children's Day. WA - HR4613 Recognizing Presidents Day. WA - HR4620 Recognizing the Washington National Guard. WA - HR4622 Honoring Washington State Navy personnel. WA - HR4623 Honoring the memory of the Oso landslide. WA - HR4636 Honoring Sister Sharon Park. WA - HR4639 Thanking Greg Payne for his service to the House of Representatives. WA - HR4641 Recognizing and honoring Frank Chopp. WA - HR4647 Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. WA - HR4651 Recognizing the historical significance of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp by Allied forces. WA - HR4652 Celebrating Navy day. WA - HR4653 Honoring Washington's agricultural producers. WA - HR4655 Celebrating Black History Month. WA - HR4661 Honoring Japanese Americans who suffered relocation and internment during World War II. WA - HR4662 Honoring George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and all other presidents on Presidents' Day. WA - HR4664 Honoring Congressman Denny Heck. WA - HR4665 Congratulating TVW on 25 years of service. WA - HR4682 Showing appreciation to legislative staff. WA - HR4684 Honoring Norma Smith WA - HR4685 Honoring Representative Sherry Appleton. WA - HR4686 Recognizing Richard DeBolt. WA - HR4687 Honoring Representative Eric Pettigrew. WA - HR4688 Honoring Representative Christine Kilduff. WA - HJR4200 Amending the state Constitution to provide governmental continuity during emergency periods resulting from a catastrophic incident. WA - HJR4203 Amending the Constitution to allow a simple majority of voters voting to authorize school district bonds. WA - HCR4401 Adopting the code of conduct of the Washington state legislature. WA - HJM4004 Asking Congress to call a limited convention, authorized under Article V of the United States Constitution, for the purpose of proposing a free and fair elections amendment to that Constitution. WA - HJM4009 Requesting Congress to incorporate Puerto Rico into the United States.