+ − Contact Information + − Committees (3) WA - Capital Budget (House) Title: WA - Education (House) Title: vice chair WA - Health Care and Wellness (House) Title: + − Sponsored Bills (5) WA - HB2381 Extending coverage during the postpartum period. WA - HB2349 Requiring schools to stock bleeding control kits. WA - HB2184 Requiring comprehensive sexual health education with an affirmative consent curriculum in all public schools by the 2022-23 school year in accordance with the recommendations of the sexual health education work group. WA - HB2383 Requiring default beverages for children's meals. WA - HB1083 Providing greater certainty in association with selling city-owned property used for off-street parking. + − Cosponsored Bills (185) WA - HB2203 Concerning acupuncture and Eastern medicine. WA - HR4684 Honoring Norma Smith WA - HR4688 Honoring Representative Christine Kilduff. WA - HB1783 Creating the Washington state office of equity. WA - HB2558 Increasing opportunities for young voters. WA - HB2587 Establishing a program for the designation of state scenic bikeways. WA - HB1355 Establishing staffing standards and ratios for counselors in community and technical colleges. WA - HB1551 Modernizing the control of certain communicable diseases. WA - HB2818 Recognizing the eighteenth day of December as blood donor day. WA - HB2965 Concerning the state's response to the novel coronavirus. WA - HR4685 Honoring Representative Sherry Appleton. WA - HR4665 Congratulating TVW on 25 years of service. WA - HB2737 Updating the children's mental health work group. WA - HB2602 Concerning hair discrimination. WA - HB1289 Concerning marijuana businesses. WA - HB2009 Establishing a healthy environment for all by addressing environmental health disparities. WA - HB2371 Concerning the authority of counties to vacate a county road that abuts on a body of water if the county road is hazardous or creates a significant risk to public safety. WA - HB2724 Concerning residential tenant protections. WA - HB2541 Creating the Washington rural development act. WA - HB1196 Allowing for the year round observation of daylight saving time. WA - HB1199 Concerning health care for working individuals with disabilities. WA - HR4655 Celebrating Black History Month. WA - HJM4014 Asking Congress to include dental care in Medicare. WA - HB2461 Including health in the state transportation system policy goals. WA - HB2638 Authorizing sports wagering subject to the terms of tribal-state gaming compacts. WA - HB2155 Designating the Suciasaurus rex as the official dinosaur of the state of Washington. WA - HB2416 Concerning disclosures of information and records related to forensic mental health services. WA - HB1638 Promoting immunity against vaccine preventable diseases. WA - HB2321 Reducing youth access to products intended for consumption only by adults age twenty-one and over. WA - HB2915 Increasing the relevant taxes to fully fund the foundational public health services account. WA - HR4661 Honoring Japanese Americans who suffered relocation and internment during World War II. WA - HR4604 Honoring the National Teacher of the Year. WA - HB2001 Creating the Native American opportunity scholarship program. WA - HB2441 Improving access to temporary assistance for needy families. WA - HR4662 Honoring George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and all other presidents on Presidents' Day. WA - HB2012 Providing equitable bonuses to K-12 instructional staff who attain national certification through professional organizations. WA - HR4610 Honoring Japanese Americans who suffered relocation and internment during World War II. WA - HR4664 Honoring Congressman Denny Heck. WA - HB2814 Developing best practices for the child care industry as recommended by the child care workforce commission. WA - HB2410 Requiring coverage for hearing instruments for children and adolescents. WA - HB1424 Concerning access to state career and technical course equivalencies. WA - HB1867 Concerning professional development requirements for child day care centers. WA - HB2711 Increasing equitable educational outcomes for foster care and homeless children and youth from prekindergarten to postsecondary education. WA - HB2717 Allowing the learning assistance program to support school-wide behavioral health system of supports and interventions. WA - HR4682 Showing appreciation to legislative staff. WA - HR4686 Recognizing Richard DeBolt. WA - HR4687 Honoring Representative Eric Pettigrew. 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 - HB2637 Expanding school library information and technology programs. WA - HB1877 Providing a pathway to establish a universal health care system for the residents of Washington state. WA - HB1068 Concerning high capacity magazines. WA - HB2586 Concerning the electrification of homes and buildings. WA - HB1389 Concerning reporting requirements for common carriers who transport liquor into the state. WA - HB2660 Increasing the availability of school meals provided to public school students at no student cost. WA - HB2679 Concerning funding for individuals who are not eligible for federal insurance subsidies and for foundational public health services. WA - HB1523 Increasing the availability of quality, affordable health coverage in the individual market. WA - HB1369 Concerning maternal mortality reviews. WA - HB1586 Expanding the traumatic brain injury fee to other traffic-related offenses. WA - HB1585 Increasing the traumatic brain injury fee. WA - HB1583 Concerning mosquito control districts. WA - HB1579 Implementing recommendations of the southern resident killer whale task force related to increasing chinook abundance. WA - HB1906 Recognizing the tenth day of April as Dolores Huerta day. WA - HB2702 Allowing chiropractors to deliver care to medicaid patients. WA - HB2740 Concerning the employment of individuals who lawfully consume marijuana. WA - HB2209 Concerning insurance guaranty fund. WA - HB2456 Concerning working connections child care eligibility. WA - HB2108 Concerning state funding for K-3 class sizes in schools. WA - HB1572 Concerning homeless college students. WA - HB1592 Establishing the Washington children's educational savings account program. WA - HB1921 Addressing the regressive nature of the Washington state housing market. WA - HB1843 Safeguarding the public safety by protecting railroad workers. WA - HR4641 Recognizing and honoring Frank Chopp. WA - HB1304 Concerning career and technical education in alternative learning experience programs. WA - HB1218 Concerning dental coverage for Pacific islanders residing in Washington. WA - HB1447 Concerning mental health parity. WA - HB2096 Concerning educational service district health benefits. WA - HB1282 Concerning driver's license suspensions and revocations. WA - HB1311 Concerning college bound scholarship eligible students. WA - HB2811 Establishing a statewide environmental sustainability education program. WA - HB1434 Eliminating the use of the valid court order exception to place youth in detention for noncriminal behavior. WA - HB1155 Concerning meal and rest breaks and mandatory overtime for certain health care employees. WA - HB1166 Supporting sexual assault survivors. WA - HB1272 Concerning school lunch durations. WA - HB2787 Completing the transfer of the early support for infants and toddlers program from the office of the superintendent of public instruction to the department of children, youth, and families. WA - HB1975 Authorizing sports wagering subject to the terms of tribal-state gaming compacts. WA - HB2661 Expanding accessible, affordable child care and early childhood development programs. WA - HB2688 Expanding transportation policy goals. WA - HB1608 Protecting patient care. WA - HB2923 Concerning railroad grade crossings. WA - HJM4012 Recognizing the international year of the salmon. WA - HB1049 Concerning health care provider and health care facility whistleblower protections. WA - HB1726 Concerning services provided by health care professional students. WA - HB1842 Concerning hours of service for certain railroad employees. 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 - HB1131 Allowing residential marijuana agriculture. WA - HR4612 Celebrating Children's Day. WA - HB1994 Facilitating transportation projects of statewide significance. WA - HCR4401 Adopting the code of conduct of the Washington state legislature. WA - HB1344 Concerning child care access. WA - HB2734 Creating pathways to recovery from addiction by eliminating a tax preference for the warehousing of opioids and other drugs. WA - HB1039 Concerning opioid overdose medication at kindergarten through twelfth grade schools and higher education institutions. WA - HB2847 Recognizing the ninth day of October as PANDAS/PANS awareness day. WA - HB1252 Concerning crime committed by business entities. WA - HB1321 Requiring reporting regarding the costs of certain transportation projects. WA - HB1340 Establishing a statewide free college program by changing the state need grant to the Washington college promise scholarship. 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 - HB1497 Concerning foundational public health services. WA - HB1528 Concerning recovery support services. WA - HB1515 Concerning the employer-employee relationship. WA - HB1203 Reporting lost or stolen firearms. WA - HB2642 Removing health coverage barriers to accessing substance use disorder treatment services. WA - HB1697 Concerning health coverage for young adults. WA - HB1722 Concerning local options for tabulating votes in an election. WA - HB1023 Allowing certain adult family homes to increase capacity to eight beds. WA - HB1624 Concerning Holocaust education. WA - HR4622 Honoring Washington State Navy personnel. WA - HR4639 Thanking Greg Payne for his service to the House of Representatives. 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 - HB1043 Granting binding interest arbitration rights to certain uniformed personnel. WA - HB1694 Allowing tenants to pay certain sums in installments. WA - HB2312 Making Juneteenth a legal holiday. WA - HB1384 Reducing the high poverty learning assistance program threshold to the state average percentage for free or reduced-price meals student eligibility. WA - HB1375 Applying campaign contribution limits to candidates for all port districts. WA - HB1577 Concerning K-12 computer science education data. WA - HB1260 Performing intramuscular needling. WA - HB2901 Providing health care premium assistance by imposing a tax on claims paid. WA - HR4602 Honoring the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. WA - HR4609 Honoring Edgar Martínez. WA - HR4620 Recognizing the Washington National Guard. WA - HB1319 Expanding local government authority to regulate firearms. WA - HB2801 Creating the undocumented student support loan program. WA - HB2240 Concerning high capacity magazines. WA - HB1320 Concerning property tax exemptions for service-connected disabled veterans and senior citizens. WA - HB2451 Concerning the medicaid home health reimbursement rate for medical assistance clients. WA - HB2454 Protecting public health and safety by enhancing the regulation of vapor products. WA - HB1044 Concerning senior citizen property taxes. WA - HB1589 Concerning requirements for the correctional personnel and community corrections officer exemption from restrictions on carrying firearms. WA - HB1998 Creating a task force on sexual violence at institutions of higher education. WA - HB2540 Clarifying when campaign funds may be used for child care expenses. WA - HB2739 Adjusting certain requirements of the shared leave program. WA - HB1873 Concerning the taxation of vapor products as tobacco products. WA - HB1593 Establishing a behavioral health innovation and integration campus within the University of Washington school of medicine. WA - HB1087 Concerning long-term services and supports. WA - HB1331 Concerning opioid use disorder treatment, prevention, and related services. WA - HB2408 Adopting the psychology interjurisdictional compact. WA - HB2539 Concerning the establishment of a law enforcement professional development outreach grant program. WA - HB2561 Protecting pregnancy and miscarriage-related patient care. WA - HB1452 Extending collective bargaining rights to employees of the legislative branch of state government. WA - HB2844 Promoting a safe learning environment for students with seizure disorders. WA - HB1267 Eliminating the sabbatical year for three year olds in the early childhood education and assistance program. WA - HB1283 Ensuring the funding of agricultural fairs. WA - HB1514 Establishing wage liens. WA - HB1924 Concerning the voting rights of persons convicted of a felony offense. WA - HB1943 Providing a full-time educational staff associate for every school. WA - HB1965 Allowing whistleblowers to bring actions on behalf of the state for violations of workplace protections. 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 - HB2262 Expanding access to nutritious food. WA - HB1054 Providing a sales and use tax exemption for diapers. WA - HR4613 Recognizing Presidents Day. WA - HB1356 Concerning privileged communication with peer support group counselors. WA - HB1520 Concerning calendar election dates on ballot envelopes. WA - HB1353 Concerning zoning regulations relating to accessory dwelling units. WA - HR4636 Honoring Sister Sharon Park. WA - HB1216 Concerning nonfirearm measures to increase school safety and student well-being. WA - HB1554 Concerning dental hygienists. WA - HB1841 Establishing minimum crew size on certain trains. WA - HB1947 Regarding beer, wine, cider, and mead at farmers markets. WA - HB1093 Concerning appropriations for special education programs. WA - HB1641 Concerning programs for highly capable students. WA - HB1416 Concerning liquor licensees' promotion of retailers' events, including licensed events and other events and activities at retail locations. WA - HB1527 Providing a working families' tax credit. WA - HB1612 Eliminating barriers to reproductive health care for all. WA - HB2003 Increasing opportunities for the use of remote technology in eye exams. WA - HB1587 Increasing access to fruits and vegetables for individuals with limited incomes. WA - HB1074 Protecting youth from tobacco products and vapor products by increasing the minimum legal age of sale of tobacco and vapor products. WA - HB1317 Establishing the profession of dental therapist. WA - HB1815 Establishing a statewide policy supporting Washington state's economy and immigrants' role in the workplace. WA - HB2137 Eliminating tax preferences for bullion. WA - HB1263 Concerning support for students experiencing homelessness. WA - HB1042 Granting interest arbitration to department of corrections employees. WA - HB1053 Providing a sales and use tax exemption for feminine hygiene products. WA - HB1063 Authorizing seventeen year olds to participate in primary elections.