+ − Contact Information Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (360) 786-7866 + − Committees (2) WA - Transportation (House) Title: WA - State Government, Elections and Information Technology (House) Title: + − Sponsored Bill WA - HB1058 Establishing permissible methods of parking a motorcycle. + − Cosponsored Bills (263) 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 - HB1022 Prohibiting the creation and maintenance of a database concerning pistol sales or transfers. WA - HB1024 Prohibiting a government database of law abiding owners of legal firearms. WA - HB1029 Concerning processes and criteria for the consideration of environmental impacts under certain environmental laws. WA - HB1030 Concerning disciplinary action for state officials and employees who provide false testimony to the legislature. WA - HB1031 Reducing government imposed obligations associated with bulkhead maintenance or repairs. WA - HB1039 Concerning opioid overdose medication at kindergarten through twelfth grade schools and higher education institutions. WA - HB1041 Promoting successful reentry by modifying the process for obtaining certificates of discharge and vacating conviction records. WA - HB1042 Granting interest arbitration to department of corrections employees. WA - HB1043 Granting binding interest arbitration rights to certain uniformed personnel. WA - HB1054 Providing a sales and use tax exemption for diapers. WA - HB1055 Authorizing law enforcement to arrest persons in violation of certain no-contact orders involving victims of trafficking and promoting prostitution offenses. WA - HB1064 Concerning law enforcement. WA - HB1067 Concerning employment after public service in state government. WA - HB1133 Limiting liability for registered apiarists. WA - HB1134 Standardizing fire safety codes for mobile food establishments. WA - HB1149 Clarifying requirements to obtain a sexual assault protection order. WA - HB1159 Changing the definition of theft. WA - HB1175 Concerning authorization of health care decisions by an individual or designated person. WA - HB1197 Concerning gold star license plates. WA - HB1216 Concerning nonfirearm measures to increase school safety and student well-being. WA - HB1217 Establishing a coalition of commissioned officers, detectives, and sergeants of the department of fish and wildlife for the purposes of collective bargaining, including interest arbitration. 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 - HB1230 Broadening the eligibility for a reduced recreational hunting and fishing license rate for resident disabled hunters and fishers. WA - HB1231 Modifying the statute of limitations for certain felony sex offenses. WA - HB1232 Recognizing hydroelectricity as an eligible renewable resource in the energy independence act. WA - HB1233 Concerning the use of science pursuant to the growth management act. WA - HB1234 Eliminating the statute of limitations for certain felony sex offenses. WA - HB1235 Creating the crime of providing harmful material to a minor. WA - HB1240 Concerning suicide review teams. WA - HB1253 Concerning the timeline for commencing basic law enforcement training. WA - HB1255 Creating Patches pal special license plates. 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 - HB1262 Concerning the presidential primary. WA - HB1277 Modifying the meaning of bicycles. WA - HB1283 Ensuring the funding of agricultural fairs. WA - HB1297 Recovering service credit withdrawn from the public employees' retirement system for certain law enforcement officers and firefighters. WA - HB1301 Exempting certain leasehold interests in arenas with a seating capacity of more than two thousand from the leasehold excise tax. WA - HB1302 Creating a self-exclusion program for persons with a gambling problem or gambling disorder. WA - HB1305 Concerning notices of disqualification in courts of limited jurisdiction. WA - HB1331 Concerning opioid use disorder treatment, prevention, and related services. WA - HB1337 Adding code enforcement officers to assault in the third degree provisions. WA - HB1338 Concerning state board of health rules regarding on-site sewage systems. WA - HB1345 Limiting overtime for correctional officers. WA - HB1350 Issuing temporary protection orders. WA - HB1356 Concerning privileged communication with peer support group counselors. WA - HB1359 Concerning local government procurement modernization and efficiency. WA - HB1371 Concerning the creation of parks benefit districts. WA - HB1381 Addressing the use of unmanned aircraft to deliver contraband. WA - HB1414 Paying state retirement benefits until the end of the month in which the retiree or beneficiary dies. WA - HB1417 Concerning search warrants for toxicological analysis of blood samples. WA - HB1420 Reducing the current standard business and occupation tax rates for manufacturers to the current aerospace preferential business and occupation tax rates. WA - HB1421 Funding investigations to protect individuals with disabilities in the supported living program. WA - HB1422 Concerning the protection of vulnerable adults. WA - HB1436 Concerning snow bikes. WA - HB1440 Providing longer notice of rent increases. WA - HB1445 Making unemployment benefits accessible to persons with family responsibilities and other availability issues and making clarifying changes. WA - HB1446 Addressing mediation under the residential landlord-tenant act. WA - HB1448 Creating the veterans service officer program. WA - HB1453 Concerning residential tenant protections. WA - HB1460 Concerning notice requirements for rent increases. WA - HB1461 Concerning notices for termination of a residential tenancy. WA - HB1462 Providing notice of plans to demolish, substantially rehabilitate, or change use of residential premises. WA - HB1463 Changing notice requirements with respect to tenancies in order to enhance stability for tenants. WA - HB1468 Concerning bilingual educators. WA - HB1473 Providing a right of first repurchase for surplus transportation property. WA - HB1474 Providing tax relief to motorists by exempting certain mobile communications technology from retail sales and use tax. WA - HB1501 Concerning a proactive policing grant program. WA - HB1513 Providing timely competency evaluations and restoration services to persons suffering from behavioral health disorders within the framework of the forensic mental health care system consistent with the requirements agreed to in the Trueblood settlement agreement. WA - HB1528 Concerning recovery support services. WA - HB1545 Concerning curing ballots to assure that votes are counted. WA - HB1576 Concerning construction defect actions. WA - HB1585 Increasing the traumatic brain injury fee. WA - HB1586 Expanding the traumatic brain injury fee to other traffic-related offenses. WA - HB1589 Concerning requirements for the correctional personnel and community corrections officer exemption from restrictions on carrying firearms. WA - HB1602 Concerning consumer debt. WA - HB1603 Revising economic assistance programs by updating standards of need, revising outcome measures and data collected, and reducing barriers to participation. WA - HB1643 Concerning property ownership for participants in the address confidentiality program. WA - HB1645 Concerning certificates of parental improvement. WA - HB1646 Concerning confinement in juvenile rehabilitation facilities. WA - HB1649 Establishing an exemption from background check requirements for firearms sales or transfers between concealed pistol license holders. WA - HB1650 Promoting access to earned benefits and services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender veterans. WA - HB1656 Protecting tenants in residential tenancies. WA - HB1671 Disposing of confiscated firearms. WA - HB1683 Creating a state commercial aviation coordinating commission. WA - HB1692 Protecting information concerning agency employees who have filed a claim of harassment or stalking. WA - HB1705 Charging an owner or placing a lien against the owner's property for utility services provided and billed to a tenant. WA - HB1708 Concerning recreational fishing and hunting licenses. WA - HB1766 Concerning unmanned aircraft. WA - HB1772 Concerning motorized foot scooters. WA - HB1783 Creating the Washington state office of equity. WA - HB1789 Making adjustments to the service and filing fees for vehicle subagents and county auditors. WA - HB1811 Concerning coverage for hearing instruments for 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 - HB1824 Addressing the impacts of pinnipeds on populations of threatened southern resident orca prey. WA - HB1825 Concerning the placement and treatment of conditionally released sexually violent predators. WA - HB1826 Concerning the disclosure of certain information during the discharge planning process. WA - HB1827 Protecting the health and safety of adult family home residents through admission standards related to certain residents and reporting requirements. WA - HB1828 Concerning the siting of community-based facilities serving civilly committed persons with violent histories. 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 - HB1863 Concerning agriculture, food, and natural resource education. WA - HB1870 Making state law consistent with selected federal consumer protections in the patient protection and affordable care act. WA - HB1895 Creating a pilot project to reduce youth gang involvement, crime, and violence in eastern Washington. WA - HB1897 Concerning vehicle combinations that may be operated on public highways. WA - HB1905 Authorizing theater licensees to have one additional screen at which alcohol may be served. WA - HB1908 Repealing the electronic authentication act. WA - HB1910 Enhancing special education funding. 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 - HB1934 Renewing a concealed pistol license by members of the armed forces. WA - HB1949 Conducting a feasibility study to examine and make recommendations regarding the establishment of a single point of contact firearm background check system. WA - HB1956 Modifying the election and authority of regional transit authority board members. WA - HB1957 Concerning the use of park and ride lots by private employer transportation service vehicles. WA - HB1993 Authorizing military surplus vehicles to operate on public highways. WA - HB2012 Providing equitable bonuses to K-12 instructional staff who attain national certification through professional organizations. WA - HB2016 Providing a sales tax exemption on the sale of abandoned vehicles by a registered tow truck driver. WA - HB2018 Concerning harassment and discrimination by legislators and legislative branch employees. WA - HB2019 Prohibiting disclosure of the contact information of a criminal justice agent. WA - HB2020 Exempting the disclosure of names in employment investigation records. WA - HB2021 Concerning the administration of motor vehicle excise taxes by regional transit authorities. WA - HB2039 Concerning transportation network companies. WA - HB2057 Concerning special privileges. WA - HB2062 Creating Seattle Storm special license plates to fund youth leadership and sports programs. WA - HB2069 Concerning a property owner's or tenant's liability for delinquent and unpaid utility service charges. WA - HB2090 Addressing the relationship between the four-year balanced budget and vetoes of fiscal legislation. WA - HB2093 Creating a small business bill of rights. WA - HB2098 Clarifying the crime of engaging in the business of purchasing or selling cigarettes or providing consumers with access to commercial cigarette-making machines without a license. WA - HB2108 Concerning state funding for K-3 class sizes in schools. WA - HB2112 Prohibiting safe injection sites. WA - HB2115 Concerning the disclosure of public records by the legislative branch. WA - HB2118 Concerning misconduct for purposes of unemployment insurance. WA - HB2120 Creating a work group to study and make recommendations on a statue to replace the Vladimir Lenin statue. WA - HB2144 Concerning funding of law enforcement officers' and firefighters' plan 2 benefit improvements. WA - HB2148 Providing a tax preference for rural and nonrural data centers. WA - HB2155 Designating the Suciasaurus rex as the official dinosaur of the state of Washington. WA - HB2185 Assisting spouses and dependents of active duty military by ensuring affordable access to higher education. WA - HB2187 Creating Washington state women veterans special license plates. WA - HB2189 Including specified competency restoration workers at department of social and health services institutional and residential sites in the public safety employees retirement system. WA - HB2190 Increasing legislative transparency. WA - HB2193 Reauthorizing and expanding the financial fraud and identity theft crimes investigation and prosecution program. WA - HB2212 Providing department of fish and wildlife officers interest arbitration under certain circumstances. WA - HB2220 Volunteering in schools after a criminal conviction. WA - HB2222 Reducing the property tax. WA - HB2224 Concerning fiscal impact statements on state ballot measures. WA - HB2236 Concerning sales and use tax exemptions for large private airplanes. WA - HB2242 Concerning travel trailers. WA - HB2243 Concerning all-terrain vehicles. WA - HB2244 Addressing the authorization of wheeled all-terrain vehicles on state highways. WA - HB2267 Respecting the will of the people following the rejection of a statewide ballot measure. WA - HB2268 Increasing criminal penalties for election violations. WA - HB2272 Providing for a designation on driver's licenses for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. WA - HB2273 Creating a study committee on human genome editing. WA - HB2275 Concerning certain illegal discharges of sewage wastewater into Puget Sound. WA - HB2280 Authorizing that money laundering forfeited proceeds and property be used for improvement of gambling-related law enforcement activities. WA - HB2282 Creating a grant program for converting unused public buildings to housing for homeless persons. WA - HB2294 Expanding the scope of assault in the third degree to include all health care providers. WA - HB2295 Concerning enforcement of small claims court judgments. WA - HB2296 Concerning the regulation of hemp, including products derived from hemp. WA - HB2299 Creating prison to postsecondary education pathways. WA - HB2301 Concerning competency to stand trial evaluations. WA - HB2303 Concerning professional licensing requirements for service members and military spouses. WA - HB2316 Concerning fees charged to persons who commit trafficking and prostitution offenses. WA - HB2317 Concerning animal welfare. WA - HB2318 Advancing criminal investigatory practices. WA - HB2320 Requiring training on human trafficking. WA - HB2323 Dedicating the state sales tax on motor vehicles for transportation. WA - HB2358 Increasing mobility through the modification of stop sign requirements for bicyclists. WA - HB2373 Modifying the requirements for collector vehicle registrations. WA - HB2375 Concerning tableting and encapsulating machines and controlled substance imitation materials. WA - HB2411 Preventing suicide. WA - HB2414 Concerning digital equity. WA - HB2437 Concerning voting accessibility and security. WA - HB2467 Establishing a centralized single point of contact background check system for firearms transfers. WA - HB2479 Reaffirming the prohibition of the imposition of a local income tax. WA - HB2520 Addressing documentation and processes governing landlords' claims for damage to residential premises. WA - HB2539 Concerning the establishment of a law enforcement professional development outreach grant program. WA - HB2560 Concerning basic law enforcement training. WA - HB2569 Authorizing pretrial detention for certain offenses involving firearms. WA - HB2570 Managing growth by planning and zoning for accessory dwelling units. WA - HB2573 Providing public assistance to victims of certain crimes including human trafficking. WA - HB2582 Concerning taxation of independent health care providers. WA - HB2602 Concerning hair discrimination. WA - HB2606 Providing a business and occupation tax credit for financial institutions issuing loans for affordable housing programs. WA - HB2612 Modifying the regulated marijuana system. WA - HB2632 Concerning false reporting of a crime or emergency. WA - HB2635 Concerning collection agency transaction fees for processing electronic payments. WA - HB2642 Removing health coverage barriers to accessing substance use disorder treatment services. WA - HB2657 Extending the closure notice period for manufactured/mobile home communities. WA - HB2659 Limiting state and local taxes, fees, and other charges relating to vehicles. WA - HB2661 Expanding accessible, affordable child care and early childhood development programs. WA - HB2662 Reducing the total cost of insulin. WA - HB2678 Allowing retirees to change their survivor option election after retirement. WA - HB2687 Planning for affordable housing under the growth management act. WA - HB2692 Concerning vehicle combinations that may be operated on public highways. WA - HB2703 Applying the public records act to all courts and offices within the judicial branch. WA - HB2725 Renaming foster resource parents. WA - HB2746 Concerning affordable housing incentives. WA - HB2758 Recognizing posttraumatic stress disorders of 911 emergency dispatch personnel. WA - HB2759 Creating a consumer data bill of rights. WA - HB2760 Prohibiting the use of biometric recognition technology and biometric analytics in certain state assisted rental dwelling units. WA - HB2762 Extending the peer support group testimonial privilege to include staff persons of the department of corrections. WA - HB2774 Concerning the inventory of underutilized, state-owned property that may be suitable for the development of affordable housing. WA - HB2779 Protecting tenants from excessive rent and related fees. WA - HB2780 Creating more housing options in traditionally single-family zones. WA - HB2793 Vacating criminal records. WA - HB2827 Modernizing legislative operations. WA - HB2836 Establishing an unpiloted aircraft system state coordinator. WA - HB2847 Recognizing the ninth day of October as PANDAS/PANS awareness day. WA - HB2856 Concerning a moratorium on facial recognition technology. WA - HB2863 Expanding therapeutic alternatives and interventions through courts of limited jurisdiction. WA - HB2864 Establishing a running start summer school pilot program. WA - HB2869 Concerning property tax exemptions for certain mobile homes and manufactured homes. WA - HB2893 Concerning homeless individuals. WA - HB2895 Providing a tax preference for rural and nonrural data centers. WA - HB2896 Concerning the use of surplus property for public benefit. WA - HB2899 Establishing the Washington state civil rights trail program. WA - HB2900 Concerning marijuana excise tax distributions to local governments. WA - HB2904 Concerning training youth athletes. WA - HB2908 Concerning the number of fire protection district commissioners. WA - HB2909 Restoring state general fund support for the operation of state parks by eliminating the discover pass. WA - HB2910 Concerning the conditional release of sexually violent predators to less restrictive alternatives. WA - HB2946 Reducing the financial costs imposed by the state government on working Washington families. WA - HB2968 Concerning ballot envelope secrecy flaps. WA - HB2969 Concerning housing assistance and relocation support for domestic violence victims. 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 - HR4621 Requesting information on options and recommendations for a pilot remote testimony program. WA - HR4622 Honoring Washington State Navy personnel. WA - HR4623 Honoring the memory of the Oso landslide. WA - HR4630 Honoring Deputy Ryan Thompson. 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 - HR4653 Honoring Washington's agricultural producers. 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 - HR4680 Honoring the Washington FFA. 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 - HJR4206 Amending the Constitution to require a two-thirds majority vote of the legislature to raise taxes. WA - HJR4211 Amending the state Constitution to provide property tax relief. WA - HCR4401 Adopting the code of conduct of the Washington state legislature. WA - HJM4000 Supporting the continued research, development, production, and application of biochar from our forests and agricultural lands. WA - HJM4001 Requesting that Congress amend further the marine mammal protection act to allow the use of hunting or bounty programs as tools to effectively manage populations of predatory sea lions. WA - HJM4009 Requesting Congress to incorporate Puerto Rico into the United States. WA - HJM4012 Recognizing the international year of the salmon.