+ − Contact Information Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (360) 786-7898 + − Committees (3) WA - Public Safety (House) Title: vice chair WA - Transportation (House) Title: WA - State Government, Elections and Information Technology (House) Title: + − Sponsored Bills (2) WA - HB2231 Concerning bail jumping. WA - HB1067 Concerning employment after public service in state government. + − Cosponsored Bills (90) WA - HB1002 Providing a business and occupation tax exemption for qualifying grants related to COVID-19 relief. WA - HB1034 Establishing a soju endorsement to certain restaurant licenses. WA - HB1042 Granting interest arbitration to department of corrections employees. WA - HB1043 Granting binding interest arbitration rights to certain uniformed personnel. WA - HB1064 Concerning law enforcement. WA - HB1068 Concerning high capacity magazines. WA - HB1155 Concerning meal and rest breaks and mandatory overtime for certain health care employees. WA - HB1159 Changing the definition of theft. WA - HB1181 Providing property tax relief for senior citizens and qualifying veterans. WA - HB1197 Concerning gold star license plates. WA - HB1253 Concerning the timeline for commencing basic law enforcement training. WA - HB1263 Concerning support for students experiencing homelessness. WA - HB1282 Concerning driver's license suspensions and revocations. WA - HB1300 Creating the reinvesting in our colleges program. WA - HB1314 Concerning ethnic studies in public schools. WA - HB1375 Applying campaign contribution limits to candidates for all port districts. 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 - HB1414 Paying state retirement benefits until the end of the month in which the retiree or beneficiary dies. WA - HB1447 Concerning mental health parity. WA - HB1453 Concerning residential tenant protections. WA - HB1485 Concerning the appointment of religious coordinators. WA - HB1488 Reducing criminal justice expenses by eliminating the death penalty and instead requiring life imprisonment without possibility of release or parole as the sentence for aggravated first degree murder. WA - HB1515 Concerning the employer-employee relationship. WA - HB1517 Concerning domestic violence. WA - HB1520 Concerning calendar election dates on ballot envelopes. WA - HB1524 Addressing the registration of street rod vehicles and custom vehicles. WA - HB1571 Naming of subcontractors by prime contract bidders on public works contracts. WA - HB1627 Concerning regionalization factors used for Federal Way school district compensation. WA - HB1683 Creating a state commercial aviation coordinating commission. 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 - HB1728 Preventing the sexual harassment and sexual assault of certain isolated workers. WA - HB1767 Establishing a law enforcement grant program to expand alternatives to arrest and jail processes. WA - HB1783 Creating the Washington state office of equity. WA - HB1786 Improving procedures and strengthening laws relating to protection orders, no-contact orders, and restraining orders. WA - HB1787 Establishing Filipino American history month. WA - HB1819 Requiring additional information in reconciliation reports. WA - HB1821 Concerning postelection audit reports. 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 - HB1977 Concerning the hiring of bailiffs, judicial assistants, and other legal professionals by courts of record. WA - HB1989 Addressing the shortage of certified elections administrators by expanding those that may enter the training and testing programs currently available. WA - HB2004 Concerning the property tax exemption for nonprofit organizations providing rental housing or mobile home park spaces to very low-income households. WA - HB2009 Establishing a healthy environment for all by addressing environmental health disparities. WA - HB2018 Concerning harassment and discrimination by legislators and legislative branch employees. WA - HB2066 Addressing restrictions on driver's licenses associated with certain criminal offenses. WA - HB2093 Creating a small business bill of rights. WA - HB2240 Concerning high capacity magazines. WA - HB2312 Making Juneteenth a legal holiday. WA - HB2315 Installing, repairing, replacing, and updating mitigation equipment installed within an impacted area. WA - HB2320 Requiring training on human trafficking. WA - HB2545 Making jail records available to managed health care systems. WA - HB2577 Concerning agency responsibilities to regulated businesses and professions. WA - HB2632 Concerning false reporting of a crime or emergency. 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 - HB2734 Creating pathways to recovery from addiction by eliminating a tax preference for the warehousing of opioids and other drugs. WA - HB2874 Concerning Federal Way school district regionalization. WA - HR4602 Honoring the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. WA - HR4604 Honoring the National Teacher of the Year. 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 - HR4621 Requesting information on options and recommendations for a pilot remote testimony program. WA - HR4622 Honoring Washington State Navy personnel. WA - HR4627 Recognizing the relationship between Taiwan and Washington. WA - HR4630 Honoring Deputy Ryan Thompson. 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 - 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 - HCR4401 Adopting the code of conduct of the Washington state legislature. WA - HJM4012 Recognizing the international year of the salmon.