+ − Contact Information Email Address: email@example.com Phone: (253) 256-0302 + − Committees (3) WA - Capital Budget (House) Title: WA - College and Workforce Development (House) Title: vice chair WA - Housing, Human Services and Veterans (House) Title: + − Cosponsored Bills (90) WA - HB1000 Expanding mental health support for law enforcement officers. WA - HB1001 Establishing a law enforcement professional development outreach grant program. WA - HB1002 Providing a business and occupation tax exemption for qualifying grants related to COVID-19 relief. WA - HB1016 Making Juneteenth a legal holiday. WA - HB1026 Concerning the restoration of the right to possess a firearm. WA - HB1031 Concerning the government issuance of a certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth. WA - HB1032 Concerning early retirement options for members of the teachers' retirement system and school employees' retirement system plans 2 and 3. WA - HB1038 Prohibiting the possession of firearms by persons convicted of certain criminal offenses. WA - HB1046 Concerning community solar programs. WA - HB1047 Requiring coverage for hearing instruments for children and adolescents. WA - HB1049 Concerning the off-site delivery of a vehicle by a vehicle dealer licensed under chapter 46.70 RCW. WA - HB1050 Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from fluorinated gases. WA - HB1051 Adding a faculty member to the board of regents at the research universities. WA - HB1056 Concerning open public meeting notice requirements and declared emergencies. WA - HB1061 Concerning youth eligible for developmental disability services who are expected to exit the child welfare system. WA - HB1063 Allowing additional renewals for behavioral health professional trainee and associate credentials. WA - HB1064 Requiring the disclosure of high-speed internet access availability in the seller's disclosure statement. WA - HB1069 Concerning local government fiscal flexibility. WA - HB1071 Concerning bias-based criminal offenses. WA - HB1074 Concerning overdose and suicide fatality reviews. WA - HB1075 Reducing emissions from vehicles associated with on-demand transportation services. WA - HB1080 Concerning the capital budget. WA - HB1082 Concerning state oversight and accountability of peace officers and corrections officers. WA - HB1085 Promoting a safe learning environment for students with seizure disorders. WA - HB1088 Concerning potential impeachment disclosures. WA - HB1089 Concerning compliance audits of requirements relating to peace officers and law enforcement agencies. WA - HB1092 Concerning law enforcement data collection. WA - HB1095 Concerning the taxation of governmental financial assistance programs addressing the impacts of conditions giving rise to a gubernatorial or presidential emergency proclamation by creating state business and occupation tax and state public utility tax exemptions, a sales and use tax exemption for the receipt of such financial assistance, and clarifying the sales and use tax obligations for goods and services purchased by recipients of such financial assistance. WA - HB1096 Concerning nonmedicare plans offered through the Washington state health insurance pool. WA - HB1098 Concerning unemployment insurance. WA - HB1109 Concerning victims of sexual assault. WA - HB1110 Concerning the composition of local boards of health. WA - HB1119 Notifying students of courses with low-cost instructional materials and open educational resources at the four-year institutions of higher education. WA - HB1125 Incentivizing investment in energy conservation and efficiency measures and expanding opportunities for energy rate discounts to, among other objectives, reduce the energy burden of low-income customers and vulnerable populations. WA - HB1134 Concerning the disposition of forfeited firearms by the Washington state patrol. WA - HB1139 Taking action to address lead in drinking water. WA - HB1152 Supporting measures to create comprehensive public health districts. WA - HB1170 Building economic strength through manufacturing. WA - HB1172 Recognizing judicially affirmed and treaty-reserved fishing rights and promoting state-tribal cooperative agreements in the management of salmon, trout, and steelhead resources. WA - HB1181 Establishing programs and measures to prevent suicide among veterans and military members. WA - HB1186 Concerning juvenile rehabilitation. WA - HB1196 Concerning audio-only telemedicine. WA - HB1207 Improving access to department of licensing issued documents by extending the issuance period of driver licenses and identicards to eight years, allowing online issuance and renewal of instruction permits, and expanding online renewal of driver licenses and identicards. WA - HB1235 Exempting school districts from the state portion of sales and use taxes on school construction. WA - HB1237 Defining family resource centers. WA - HB1258 Concerning the operation, authorization, and permitting of microenterprise home kitchens. WA - HB1267 Concerning investigation of potential criminal conduct arising from police use of force, including custodial injuries, and other officer-involved incidents. WA - HB1273 Concerning menstrual products in schools. WA - HB1274 Concerning cloud computing solutions. WA - HB1275 Concerning nursing facility medicaid rate rebasing, inflation, and case mix. WA - HB1276 Providing for certain emergency medical services personnel to work in diversion centers. WA - HB1279 Modifying the Washington main street program tax incentive to respond to the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. WA - HB1286 Adopting the psychology interjurisdictional compact. WA - HB1295 Providing public education to youth in or released from institutional education facilities. WA - HB1297 Concerning working families tax exemption. WA - HB1311 Authorizing the issuance of substance use disorder professional certifications to persons participating in apprenticeship programs. WA - HB1312 Concerning solitary confinement. WA - HB1315 Creating a task force to identify the role of the workplace in helping curb domestic violence. WA - HB1325 Implementing policies related to children and youth behavioral health. WA - HB1332 Concerning property tax deferral during the COVID-19 pandemic. WA - HB1336 Creating and expanding unrestricted authority for public entities to provide telecommunications services to end users. WA - HB1340 Concerning creation of the statewide pandemic preparation and response task force. WA - HB1348 Providing medical assistance to incarcerated persons. WA - HB1349 Concerning peer specialists. WA - HB1365 Procuring and supporting appropriate computers and devices for public school students and instructional staff. WA - HB1367 Revising 2019-2021 fiscal biennium appropriations of state and federal funding for previously implemented medicaid rates and other medicaid expenditures in the developmental disabilities and long-term care programs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. WA - HB1368 Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic through state actions supported by federal funding. WA - HB1370 Concerning grants for early learning facilities. WA - HB1372 Replacing the Marcus Whitman statue in the national statuary hall collection with a statue of Billy Frank Jr. WA - HB1373 Promoting student access to information about behavioral health resources. WA - HB1383 Concerning respiratory care practitioners. WA - HB1387 Changing the expiration date for the sales and use tax exemption of hog fuel to protect jobs with health care and retirement benefits in economically distressed communities. WA - HB1392 Establishing a pilot project for mobile mental health crisis intervention. WA - HB1409 Concerning property tax exemptions for certain mobile homes and manufactured homes. WA - HB1410 Protecting taxpayers from home foreclosure. WA - HB1425 Expanding scholarships for community and technical college students. WA - HB1454 Concerning illegal, unlicensed child care. WA - HB1468 Increasing student access to mental health counseling and services at community and technical colleges. WA - HB1482 Addressing foreclosure protections for homeowners in common interest communities. WA - HB1487 Concerning unemployment insurance systems enhancements, including creating a reserve force of unemployment claim adjudicators, effective and equitable claims processing, and transparent performance metrics. WA - HB1489 Concerning locally manufactured personal protective equipment. 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 - HR4620 Honoring Washington state firefighters. WA - HR4624 Recognizing the life, work, and sacrifice of Long-Term Care Providers. WA - HR4629 Honoring 100 years of the profession of physical therapy.