+ − Contact Information Email Address: email@example.com Phone: (360) 786-7972 + − Committees (3) WA - Early Learning and Human Services (House) Title: member WA - Environment (House) Title: member WA - Transportation (House) Title: member + − Sponsored Bills (16) WA - HB2392 Concerning pesticide exposure and notification of certain pesticide applications. WA - HB1511 Requiring Washington's tribal history, culture, and government to be taught in the common schools. WA - HB1899 Concerning consideration of equity and social justice impacts from public education system decision making. WA - HB1236 Eliminating the parent or guardian approval requirement for the college bound scholarship pledge. Revised for 2nd Substitute: Concerning witnessing a student's college bound scholarship pledge when efforts to obtain a parent's or guardian's signature are unsuccessful. WA - HB1898 Concerning awareness of the possibility of children testifying remotely in certain cases. WA - HB2381 Establishing a legislative task force on school counselors, psychologists, and social workers. Revised for 1st Substitute: Convening a task force on school counselors, psychologists, and social workers. WA - HB1996 Requiring music education in elementary schools. WA - HB2658 Concerning tribal cultural resources protection in the forest practices act. WA - HB2595 Concerning safe technology use and digital citizenship in public schools. WA - HB1750 Enacting the sudden cardiac arrest awareness act. WA - HB1783 Expanding dual language and bilingual instruction for early learners through secondary students. WA - HB1393 Authorizing certain public transportation benefit areas to impose a sales and use tax approved by voters. WA - HB1408 Concerning the development of a definition and model for "family engagement coordinator" and other terms used interchangeably with it. WA - HB1862 Concerning professional development for school counselors, social workers, and psychologists. WA - HB1591 Concerning high school and beyond plans. WA - HB1900 Defining the role of the school counselor, social worker, and psychologist. Revised for 2nd Substitute: Concerning school counselors, social workers, and psychologists. + − Cosponsored Bills (149) WA - HB1003 Concerning the development of a model policy on natural disaster school infrastructure recovery. WA - HB1025 Requiring the submission of a waiver to the federal government to create the Washington health security trust. WA - HB1120 Providing immunity for school bus drivers. WA - HB1121 Regarding the financial education public-private partnership. WA - HB1129 Granting the office of civil legal aid access to juvenile case records. WA - HB1132 Concerning the regulation of adult family homes. WA - HB1138 Creating a task force on mental health and suicide prevention in higher education. WA - HB1139 Establishing a work group to study human trafficking of youth issues. WA - HB1150 Requiring the department of social and health services to notify the military regarding child abuse and neglect allegations of families with an active military status. WA - HB1163 Concerning paid vacation leave. WA - HB1174 Concerning flame retardants. WA - HB1180 Concerning dedicated funding sources for high capacity transportation service. WA - HB1219 Authorizing expedited permitting and contracting for Washington state bridges deemed structurally deficient. WA - HB1226 Concerning arrest of sixteen and seventeen year olds for domestic violence assault. WA - HB1228 Requiring fiscal impact statements for ballot measures. WA - HB1229 Requiring more official information about initiatives. WA - HB1231 Establishing the prevailing rate of wage based on collective bargaining agreements or other methods if collective bargaining agreements are not available. WA - HB1239 Increasing tax exemption transparency and accountability. WA - HB1258 Concerning court review of detention decisions under the involuntary treatment act. WA - HB1281 Concerning the sexual exploitation of minors. WA - HB1293 Concerning paraeducators. WA - HB1294 Enhancing youth voter registration. WA - HB1314 Implementing a carbon pollution market program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. WA - HB1321 Declaring the intent for all Washingtonians to have health care coverage by 2020. WA - HB1354 Concerning the employee antiretaliation act. WA - HB1355 Increasing the minimum hourly wage to twelve dollars over four years. WA - HB1356 Establishing minimum standards for sick and safe leave from employment. WA - HB1363 Eliminating the requirement to obtain a certificate of academic achievement or certificate of individual achievement to graduate from high school. WA - HB1401 Concerning data reporting concerning the collection of data when a psychiatric patient meets detention criteria and no evaluation and treatment bed is available. WA - HB1415 Concerning the linked deposit program. WA - HB1436 Concerning homeless youth prevention and protection. WA - HB1449 Concerning oil transportation safety. WA - HB1460 Concerning the disclosure of certain eviction records in certain reports. WA - HB1491 Improving quality in the early care and education system. WA - HB1502 Declaring that it is an unfair practice for any employer who provides health insurance to its employees as part of an employee's benefit package to not include contraceptive coverage as part of the benefit package, to fail to comply with federal rules adopted under the affordable care act relating to the provision of contraceptive coverage, or to discriminate against any employee based on that employee's use of any reproductive health care service, drug, or device. WA - HB1518 Creating the Washington wage recovery act. WA - HB1538 Restoring cost-of-living increases for educational employees. WA - HB1541 Implementing strategies to close the educational opportunity gap, based on the recommendations of the educational opportunity gap oversight and accountability committee. WA - HB1555 Concerning applied behavior analysis. WA - HB1556 Strengthening the Washington advanced college tuition payment program by setting new requirements on the purchase and use of tuition units. WA - HB1559 Concerning higher education programs at Washington State University and the University of Washington. WA - HB1560 Recognizing the thirty-first of March as Cesar Chavez Day. WA - HB1570 Creating flexibility for the educator retooling conditional scholarship program. WA - HB1615 Concerning postretirement employment. WA - HB1646 Enacting the equal pay opportunity act by amending and enhancing enforcement of the equal pay act and protecting worker communications about wages and employment opportunities. WA - HB1682 Improving educational outcomes for homeless students through increased in-school guidance supports, housing stability, and identification services. WA - HB1685 Establishing a Washington food policy forum. WA - HB1701 Prohibiting employers from asking about arrests or convictions before an applicant is determined otherwise qualified for a position. WA - HB1710 Fostering economic growth in Washington by supporting the in-state production, processing, and distribution of food supply. WA - HB1713 Integrating the treatment systems for mental health and chemical dependency. WA - HB1716 Addressing state and local enforcement of federal immigration detainers and administrative warrants. WA - HB1717 Concerning children's advocacy centers. WA - HB1720 Concerning healthy housing. WA - HB1724 Providing prepaid postage for primary and general election ballots. WA - HB1728 Creating the parents for parents program. WA - HB1732 Addressing meal and rest breaks and mandatory overtime for certain health care employees. WA - HB1733 Concerning nursing staffing practices at hospitals. WA - HB1737 Addressing the availability of retired teachers as substitutes. WA - HB1760 Providing students with skills that promote mental health and well-being and increase academic performance. WA - HB1785 Eliminating the certificate of academic achievement as a requirement for high school graduation. WA - HB1786 Establishing a statewide wage standard for aerospace employment as a requirement to qualify for certain aerospace-related tax incentives. WA - HB1790 Clarifying the authority of a nurse working in a school setting. WA - HB1795 Concerning school-community learning assistance program action plans. WA - HB1840 Concerning conflict resolution programs in schools. WA - HB1844 Concerning work performed by state forces on ferry vessels and terminals. Revised for 1st Substitute: Concerning work performed by state forces on ferry vessels and terminals. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Concerning work performed on ferry vessels and terminals. ) WA - HB1864 Supporting evidence-based strategies to promote high school graduation. WA - HB1865 Concerning visual screening in schools. WA - HB1917 Concerning video and/or sound recordings made by law enforcement or corrections officers. WA - HB1928 Requiring an analysis of the homeless youth population. WA - HB1931 Concerning employer obligations to provide health care for employees. WA - HB1941 Providing for a simple majority of voters voting to authorize school district bonds at general elections. WA - HB1947 Establishing a comprehensive plan to expand learning opportunities and improve educational outcomes for students with disabilities or special needs using multiple strategies and statewide partnerships. WA - HB1949 Regulating the institutions of higher education, including for-profit institutions and private vocational schools, to protect students from unfair business practices. WA - HB1960 Concerning the Washington community learning center program. WA - HB1988 Freezing resident undergraduate tuition at the four-year institutions of higher education. WA - HB1994 Expanding traffic safety education requirements for certain driver's license applicants and drivers. WA - HB1999 Coordinating services and programs for foster youth in order to improve educational outcomes. WA - HB2113 Creating a task force on poverty. WA - HB2114 Providing for representation of the state veterans' homes on the governor's veterans affairs advisory committee. WA - HB2117 Reevaluating the duties of the state board of education. WA - HB2138 Providing cost-of-living adjustments for plan 1 retirees of the teachers' retirement system and public employees' retirement system. WA - HB2140 Concerning good cause exceptions during permanency hearings. WA - HB2214 Increasing academic rigor and streamlining assessment requirements for high school students. WA - HB2241 Aligning eligibility for the college bound scholarship program with the state need grant program. WA - HB2285 Increasing opportunities for accessible and effective family planning. WA - HB2288 Creating the Puget Sound taxpayer accountability account. WA - HB2307 Providing reasonable accommodations in the workplace for pregnant women. Revised for 1st Substitute: Providing reasonable accommodations in the workplace for pregnant women. (REVISED FOR ENGROSSED: Requiring reasonable accommodations in employment for pregnancy, childbirth, or pregnancy-related health conditions. ) WA - HB2348 Providing local governments with flexibility regarding local fireworks ordinances. WA - HB2409 Increasing supports for special needs students. WA - HB2429 Concerning the provision of assessment results to students and their parents or guardians. WA - HB2440 Concerning host home programs for youth. WA - HB2484 Requiring inspections, specialized training, and other enhanced workplace standards on dairy farms. WA - HB2530 Protecting victims of sex crimes. WA - HB2532 Studying public access to library services in local jurisdictions across Washington. WA - HB2615 Improving student success at community and technical colleges by considering benefits of full-time faculty and staff. WA - HB2662 Creating the Washington next generation educational savings account program. WA - HB2669 Concerning physical education instructional requirements for public school students. WA - HB2670 Reforming the school assessment system to focus on teaching and learning. WA - HB2690 Creating a pilot project to provide middle and junior high school students strategic and intentional academic support beyond the traditional school day to promote accountability and responsibility. WA - HB2698 Delaying implementation of revisions to the school levy lid and local effort assistance. WA - HB2700 Concerning impaired driving. WA - HB2716 Concerning working connections child care eligibility for vulnerable children. WA - HB2725 Addressing the authority of pharmacists to dispense prescription drugs. WA - HB2726 Concerning the regulation of continuing care retirement communities. WA - HB2730 Concerning the prescription drug monitoring program. Revised for 1st Substitute: Concerning the prescription monitoring program. WA - HB2736 Encouraging the governor to prioritize gender equality when making appointments and reappointments to state boards, commissions, and councils. WA - HB2801 Expanding higher education opportunities for certain students. WA - HB2804 Including highway workers employed on a transportation project by a contractor in the tuition and fee exemption for children and surviving spouses of highway workers. WA - HB2820 Establishing the Washington promise program, which provides for universal and affordable access to community and technical colleges for all Washingtonians. WA - HB2822 Restoring the fair treatment of underserved groups in public employment, education, and contracting. WA - HB2833 Establishing a competitive educational grant program to promote confidence, public speaking, and leadership skills in students. WA - HB2848 Addressing the influence of corporations and money in our political system. WA - HB2850 Providing continuity of care for recipients of medical assistance during periods of incarceration. WA - HB2862 Preventing unfunded state mandates by requiring school district fiscal notes to identify revenue sources. WA - HB2868 Concerning career and technical education materials, supplies, and operating costs. WA - HB2871 Creating a task force on high patient out-of-pocket costs. WA - HB2872 Concerning the recruitment and retention of Washington state patrol commissioned officers. WA - HB2874 Repealing certain provisions governing income eligibility for temporary assistance for needy families benefits. WA - HB2881 Responding to the educator shortage crisis by increasing training, recruitment, and retention, in order to enable Washington to lower class sizes. WA - HB2894 Addressing workplace bullying by making it an unfair practice to subject an employee to an abusive work environment. WA - HB2903 Concerning electronic product recycling. WA - HB2906 Strengthening opportunities for the rehabilitation and reintegration of juvenile offenders. WA - HB2908 Establishing the joint legislative task force on community policing standards for a safer Washington. Revised for 1st Substitute: Establishing the joint legislative task force on the use of deadly force in community policing. WA - HB2909 Concerning involuntary outpatient mental health treatment for persons with a persistent or acute disability. WA - HB2911 Decoupling services and activities fees from tuition. WA - HB2913 Creating efficiencies regarding requirements for license withholding and suspension for noncompliance with a child support order. WA - HB2917 Studying the causes of workplace injuries suffered by commercial janitors. WA - HB2934 Establishing the legislative task force for rail transportation in Washington state. WA - HB2990 Improving the fairness of Washington's tax system by narrowing the use tax exemption for extracted fuel. WA - HB2991 Improving the fairness of Washington's tax system by narrowing the deduction for income received on real estate loans. WA - HB2992 Improving fairness in the Washington tax system by narrowing the sales and use tax exemption for the purchase and repair of large private airplanes owned by nonresident entities. WA - HB2993 Improving the fairness of Washington's tax system by repealing the business and occupation tax exemption for international banking facilities. WA - HB2994 Providing accountability and transparency for aerospace-related tax incentives. WA - HR4602 Recognizing Daniel J. Evans. WA - HR4603 Recognizing the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. WA - HR4608 Recognizing the contributions of Navy personnel and their family members. WA - HR4611 Celebrating Children's Day. WA - HR4614 Honoring Presidents Day. WA - HR4644 Honoring Herbert Tsuchiya's and Sam Mitsui's community contributions. WA - HR4645 Honoring the life and legacy of Washington State University president Dr. Elson S. Floyd. WA - HR4649 Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. WA - HR4651 Welcoming and recognizing participants in the "2016 Paddle to Nisqually" event. WA - HR4652 Recognizing Washington's National Guard. WA - HR4661 Recognizing the 15 to 1: Jermaine Kearse Foundation. WA - HR4662 Honoring President George Washington and President Abraham Lincoln. WA - HR4670 Celebrating the United States Navy and individuals related to its work in the state. WA - HR4674 Honoring wildland firefighters. WA - HJR4210 Amending the Constitution to provide for a simple majority of voters voting to authorize school district bonds at general elections. WA - HJM4010 Requesting that state route number 99 be named the "William P. Stewart Memorial Highway."