+ − Contact Information Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (253) 981-6278 + − Committees (4) WA - Local Government (House) Title: WA - Transportation (House) Title: WA - Labor and Workplace Standards (House) Title: vice chair WA - State Government, Elections and Information Technology (House) Title: + − Sponsored Bill WA - HB2230 Subjecting federally recognized Indian tribes to the same conditions as state and local governments for property owned exclusively by the tribe. + − Cosponsored Bills (208) WA - HB1064 Concerning law enforcement. WA - HB1067 Concerning employment after public service in state government. WA - HB1072 Enhancing the prevailing wage laws to ensure contractor and owner accountability and worker protection. WA - HB1086 Increasing appropriated funding for public defense services. WA - HB1134 Standardizing fire safety codes for mobile food establishments. WA - HB1135 Concerning actions for wrongful injury or death. WA - HB1136 Implementing child support pass-through payments. WA - HB1142 Requiring an assessment of Washington's child care industry. WA - HB1143 Requiring notification of the discharge or use of firefighting foam containing certain chemicals. WA - HB1193 Calculating the benchmark rate for certain community residential services. WA - HB1205 Reducing pollution from plastic bags by establishing minimum state standards for the use of bags at retail establishments. WA - HB1216 Concerning nonfirearm measures to increase school safety and student well-being. WA - HB1218 Concerning dental coverage for Pacific islanders residing in Washington. WA - HB1219 Providing cities and counties authority to use real estate excise taxes to support affordable housing and homelessness projects. WA - HB1224 Concerning prescription drug cost transparency. WA - HB1225 Establishing policies and requirements regarding law enforcement response to domestic violence incidents to enhance the safety of domestic violence victims, families, and officers. WA - HB1241 Addressing insurance coverage for water-sewer district commissioners. 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 - HB1268 Updating standards of need, revising outcome measures and data collected, reducing sanctions, and expanding reasons for time limit extensions in the temporary assistance for needy families and WorkFirst programs. WA - HB1272 Concerning school lunch durations. WA - HB1282 Concerning driver's license suspensions and revocations. WA - HB1291 Concerning state reimbursement of election costs. WA - HB1292 Concerning deadlines for receipt of voter registrations by election officials. WA - HB1294 Correcting agency names and accounts in statutes to reflect the organizational structure, duties, and responsibilities of the office of financial management. WA - HB1299 Extending collective bargaining rights to assistant attorneys general. WA - HB1307 Providing a sales and use tax exemption on eligible purchases made on behalf of Washington chapters of the veterans of foreign wars. WA - HB1317 Establishing the profession of dental therapist. WA - HB1322 Concerning dual language learning in early learning and K-12 education. 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 - HB1355 Establishing staffing standards and ratios for counselors in community and technical colleges. WA - HB1356 Concerning privileged communication with peer support group counselors. WA - HB1364 Eliminating, revising, or decodifying obsolete or inactive statutory provisions that concern the office of financial management. WA - HB1375 Applying campaign contribution limits to candidates for all port districts. WA - HB1379 Concerning disclosure of contributions from political committees to other political committees. WA - HB1385 Exempting United States food and drug administration nonpublic information from disclosure under the state public disclosure act. WA - HB1398 Concerning the H-2A temporary agricultural program. WA - HB1399 Concerning paid family and medical leave. WA - HB1400 Concerning confidentiality of employment security department records and data. WA - HB1406 Encouraging investments in affordable and supportive housing. WA - HB1425 Concerning the definition of eligible pupil for purposes of the transitional bilingual instruction program. WA - HB1438 Concerning unemployment benefit eligibility for apprentices. WA - HB1440 Providing longer notice of rent increases. WA - HB1446 Addressing mediation under the residential landlord-tenant act. 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 - HB1456 Concerning a community aviation revitalization loan program. WA - HB1481 Concerning state reimbursement of election costs and payment of prepaid postage return costs. WA - HB1485 Concerning the appointment of religious coordinators. WA - HB1486 Concerning delegation of inspection duties for factory built housing and commercial structures. WA - HB1494 Aligning statutory redistricting deadlines to the Constitution. WA - HB1527 Providing a working families' tax credit. WA - HB1541 Prohibiting the possession and acquisition of weapons by persons convicted of certain criminal offenses or subject to certain no-contact orders, protection orders, or restraining orders. WA - HB1545 Concerning curing ballots to assure that votes are counted. WA - HB1554 Concerning dental hygienists. WA - HB1571 Naming of subcontractors by prime contract bidders on public works contracts. WA - HB1572 Concerning homeless college students. WA - HB1575 Strengthening the rights of workers through collective bargaining by addressing authorizations and revocations, certifications, and the authority to deduct and accept union dues and fees. WA - HB1587 Increasing access to fruits and vegetables for individuals with limited incomes. WA - HB1589 Concerning requirements for the correctional personnel and community corrections officer exemption from restrictions on carrying firearms. WA - HB1590 Allowing the local sales and use tax for affordable housing to be imposed by a councilmanic authority. WA - HB1603 Revising economic assistance programs by updating standards of need, revising outcome measures and data collected, and reducing barriers to participation. WA - HB1612 Eliminating barriers to reproductive health care for all. WA - HB1645 Concerning certificates of parental improvement. WA - HB1656 Protecting tenants in residential tenancies. WA - HB1680 Concerning local government infrastructure funding. WA - HB1685 Concerning free or reduced-price meals for students. WA - HB1691 Concerning funding and administering local government infrastructure by the public works board. WA - HB1692 Protecting information concerning agency employees who have filed a claim of harassment or stalking. WA - HB1694 Allowing tenants to pay certain sums in installments. WA - HB1696 Concerning wage and salary information. 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 - HB1706 Eliminating subminimum wage certificates for persons with disabilities. WA - HB1712 Authorizing vehicles or combinations of vehicles carrying farm products to exceed total gross weight limits by two thousand pounds. WA - HB1713 Improving law enforcement response to missing and murdered Native American women. WA - HB1728 Preventing the sexual harassment and sexual assault of certain isolated workers. WA - HB1732 Concerning identifying and responding to bias-based criminal offenses. WA - HB1747 Concerning risk-based water quality standards for on-site nonpotable water systems. WA - HB1756 Concerning the safety and security of adult entertainers. WA - HB1766 Concerning unmanned aircraft. WA - HB1767 Establishing a law enforcement grant program to expand alternatives to arrest and jail processes. WA - HB1773 Creating a retail sales and use tax exemption for equipment purchased by fire districts in rural counties. WA - HB1775 Concerning commercially sexually exploited children. WA - HB1815 Establishing a statewide policy supporting Washington state's economy and immigrants' role in the workplace. WA - HB1817 Ensuring for a skilled and trained workforce in high hazard facilities. WA - HB1838 Exempting certain licensed distillery information from public disclosure. WA - HB1841 Establishing minimum crew size on certain trains. WA - HB1843 Safeguarding the public safety by protecting railroad workers. WA - HB1847 Addressing aircraft noise abatement. WA - HB1853 Developing and coordinating a statewide don't drip and drive program. WA - HB1860 Addressing lead in drinking water in schools. WA - HB1870 Making state law consistent with selected federal consumer protections in the patient protection and affordable care act. WA - HB1892 Eliminating lunch copays for students who qualify for reduced-price lunches. WA - HB1898 Regulating health carriers offering dental only coverage. WA - HB1915 Increasing the annual fee for child support enforcement services to implement federal program requirements. WA - HB1921 Addressing the regressive nature of the Washington state housing market. WA - HB1989 Addressing the shortage of certified elections administrators by expanding those that may enter the training and testing programs currently available. WA - HB2001 Creating the Native American opportunity scholarship program. WA - HB2004 Concerning the property tax exemption for nonprofit organizations providing rental housing or mobile home park spaces to very low-income households. WA - HB2005 Reinstating the real estate excise tax exemption for qualified sales of manufactured/mobile home communities. WA - HB2008 Concerning alternate methods of ballot security. WA - HB2009 Establishing a healthy environment for all by addressing environmental health disparities. WA - HB2077 Concerning the use of the term birth center. WA - HB2155 Designating the Suciasaurus rex as the official dinosaur of the state of Washington. WA - HB2186 Concerning debris escaping from vehicles on public highways. WA - HB2231 Concerning bail jumping. WA - HB2240 Concerning high capacity magazines. WA - HB2241 Concerning assault weapons and large capacity magazines. WA - HB2253 Concerning disclaimers for election-related advertising that encourages votes or includes endorsements for people that are not candidates in that election or for that office. WA - HB2262 Expanding access to nutritious food. WA - HB2277 Concerning youth solitary confinement. WA - HB2293 Exempting election security information from public records disclosure. WA - HB2298 Providing families of public school students with information about free and reduced-price meals. WA - HB2312 Making Juneteenth a legal holiday. WA - HB2362 Addressing local transportation revenue options. WA - HB2383 Requiring default beverages for children's meals. WA - HB2384 Concerning the property tax exemption for nonprofit organizations providing rental housing or mobile home park spaces to qualifying households. WA - HB2402 Streamlining legislative operations by repealing and amending selected statutory committees. WA - HB2409 Concerning industrial insurance employer penalties, duties, and the licensing of third-party administrators. WA - HB2410 Requiring coverage for hearing instruments for children and adolescents. WA - HB2415 Conforming elections for certain special districts with Title 29A RCW. WA - HB2427 Tackling climate change as a goal of the growth management act. WA - HB2429 Concerning certain expanded polystyrene products. WA - HB2437 Concerning voting accessibility and security. WA - HB2439 Making rail investigation and inspection information available to certain state and local governmental entities. WA - HB2441 Improving access to temporary assistance for needy families. WA - HB2449 Concerning water-sewer district commissioner compensation. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Concerning commissioner compensation. ) WA - HB2453 Providing protections to residential tenants. WA - HB2454 Protecting public health and safety by enhancing the regulation of vapor products. WA - HB2469 Concerning small works rosters. WA - HB2496 Providing for responsible environmental management of batteries. WA - HB2511 Providing labor protections for domestic workers. WA - HB2515 Concerning the electrification of transportation. WA - HB2521 Adding individual tax identification number filers to the working families tax credit. WA - HB2527 Concerning the rights of Washingtonians during the United States census. WA - HB2567 Concerning open courts. WA - HB2569 Authorizing pretrial detention for certain offenses involving firearms. WA - HB2576 Concerning private detention facilities. WA - HB2591 Concerning youth eligible for developmental disability services who are expected to exit the foster care system. 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 - HB2611 Promoting the development of the Washington state bioeconomy. WA - HB2631 Creating a family engagement framework. WA - HB2632 Concerning false reporting of a crime or emergency. WA - HB2633 Expanding ethnic studies materials and resources for public school students in grades kindergarten through six. WA - HB2637 Expanding school library information and technology programs. WA - HB2638 Authorizing sports wagering subject to the terms of tribal-state gaming compacts. WA - HB2640 Clarifying that facilities that are operated by a private entity in which persons are detained in custody under process of law pending the outcome of legal proceedings are not essential public facilities under the growth management act. WA - HB2651 Addressing food waste by standardizing labels communicating the freshness or expiration of food. WA - HB2653 Determining cultural bias in kindergarten assessments. WA - HB2660 Increasing the availability of school meals provided to public school students at no student cost. WA - HB2661 Expanding accessible, affordable child care and early childhood development programs. WA - HB2662 Reducing the total cost of insulin. WA - HB2681 Preventing harassment, abuse, and discrimination experienced by long-term care workers. WA - HB2689 Concerning industrial insurance medical examinations. WA - HB2722 Concerning minimum recycled content requirements. WA - HB2724 Concerning residential tenant protections. WA - HB2734 Creating pathways to recovery from addiction by eliminating a tax preference for the warehousing of opioids and other drugs. WA - HB2749 Authorizing an extension of time for certain cities to decline to partner with the department of revenue for the issuance or renewal of general business licenses. WA - HB2777 Concerning the operation, authorization, and permitting of microenterprise home kitchens. WA - HB2779 Protecting tenants from excessive rent and related fees. WA - HB2780 Creating more housing options in traditionally single-family zones. WA - HB2803 Authorizing the governor to enter into compacts with Indian tribes addressing certain state retail sales tax, certain state use tax, and certain state business and occupation tax revenues, as specified in a memorandum of understanding entered into by the state, Tulalip tribes, and Snohomish county, in January 2020, and including other terms necessary for the department of revenue to administer any such compact. WA - HB2811 Establishing a statewide environmental sustainability education program. WA - HB2814 Developing best practices for the child care industry as recommended by the child care workforce commission. WA - HB2832 Concerning contracts with community service organizations for public improvements. WA - HB2836 Establishing an unpiloted aircraft system state coordinator. WA - HB2850 Protecting archaeological and cultural sites by state and local governments and all recipients of state funding. WA - HB2891 Establishing the American Indian cultural study grant. WA - HB2907 Authorizing counties with populations over two million to impose an excise tax on business. WA - HB2915 Increasing the relevant taxes to fully fund the foundational public health services account. WA - HB2916 Concerning voters' pamphlets for overseas and service voters. WA - HB2923 Concerning railroad grade crossings. WA - HB2947 Establishing firearms-related safety measures. WA - HB2968 Concerning ballot envelope secrecy flaps. WA - HR4602 Honoring the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 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 - 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 - HR4643 Concerning Lunar New Year. 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 - 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 - HR4663 Honoring James H. Scharf. 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 - HJR4210 Authorizing pretrial detention for certain offenses involving firearms. 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 - HJM4013 Concerning logging and mining in the upper Skagit watershed.