+ − Contact Information Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (206) 333-4228 + − Committees (3) WA - Capital Budget (House) Title: WA - Community Development, Housing and Tribal Affairs (House) Title: vice chair WA - Health Care and Wellness (House) Title: vice chair + − Sponsored Bills (20) WA - HB1278 Enacting the physical therapy licensure compact. WA - HB2909 Enacting the reproductive health access for all act. WA - HB2229 Concerning the applicability of dental practice laws to integrated care delivery systems. WA - HB1565 Providing health coverage for young adults. WA - HB2753 Restricting the practice of conversion therapy. WA - HB2014 Collecting data on hunger in Washington state. WA - HB1586 Concerning dental professions. WA - HB2666 Relating to local government authority to regulate firearms. WA - HB2070 Providing a tax deferral for the expansion of certain existing public facilities district convention centers. WA - HB2804 Concerning residential tenant protections. WA - HB2583 Concerning local authority to address affordable housing needs through regulation of rent and associated charges. WA - HB1570 Concerning access to homeless housing and assistance. WA - HB2665 Eliminating certain requirements for the annexation of an unincorporated island of territory. WA - HB2445 Concerning online access to health care resources via HEALWA. WA - HB2667 Concerning eligibility for the essential needs and housing support and the aged, blind, or disabled assistance programs. WA - HB2381 Allowing certain adult family homes to increase capacity to eight beds. WA - HB1569 Requiring the department of social and health services to request all necessary exemptions and waivers from the federal government to allow students to use electronic benefit transfer cards at institutions of higher education. WA - HB2482 Concerning limitations on health care provider services imposed by health care entities. WA - HB2908 Enacting the employee reproductive choice act. WA - HB2258 Concerning health care provider and health care facility whistleblower protections. + − Cosponsored Bills (288) WA - HB1032 Concerning the excise taxation of martial arts. WA - HB1047 Protecting the public's health by creating a system for safe and secure collection and disposal of unwanted medications. WA - HB1052 Repealing the requirement that credentialing authorities suspend a person's occupational credential for nonpayment or default of certain student loans. WA - HB1078 Concerning human trafficking, prostitution, and commercial sexual abuse of a minor. WA - HB1087 Reducing the penalty for possession of controlled substances. WA - HB1094 Concerning medical marijuana patients and their employers. WA - HB1112 Vacating convictions arising from offenses committed as a result of being a victim of trafficking, promoting prostitution, or promoting commercial sexual abuse of a minor. WA - HB1116 Implementing family and medical leave insurance. WA - HB1134 Banning the sale of assault weapons and large capacity magazines. WA - HB1144 Amending state greenhouse gas emission limits for consistency with the most recent assessment of climate change science. WA - HB1155 Making felony sex offenses a crime that may be prosecuted at any time after its commission. WA - HB1168 Supporting student success at community and technical colleges by increasing full-time faculty. WA - HB1179 Concerning compensation for part-time academic employees at community colleges. WA - HB1210 Strengthening funding for oil spill programs in Washington by increasing revenue to the oil spill prevention account. WA - HB1232 Concerning the timing and content of disclosures by continuing care retirement communities. WA - HB1234 Addressing private health plan coverage of contraceptives. WA - HB1260 Providing for the vacation of misdemeanor marijuana offense convictions. WA - HB1289 Concerning plaques for certain state-funded capital budget projects. WA - HB1300 Simplifying and enforcing employee status under employment laws to ensure fairness to employers and employees and address the underground economy. WA - HB1301 Concerning the employee antiretaliation act. WA - HB1302 Providing damages for wage violations. WA - HB1335 Concerning the electrification of transportation infrastructure. WA - HB1359 Concerning notice of charity care availability at time of billing and collection. WA - HB1364 Establishing the practice of dental therapy. WA - HB1372 Updating the framework for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Washington based upon best available climate science. WA - HB1388 Changing the designation of the state behavioral health authority from the department of social and health services to the health care authority and transferring the related powers, functions, and duties to the health care authority and the department of health. WA - HB1413 Specifying to whom information and records related to mental health services may be disclosed for the purposes of care coordination and treatment. WA - HB1414 Concerning dental health services in tribal settings. WA - HB1437 Adding a faculty member to the board of regents at the research universities. WA - HB1445 Concerning dual language in early learning and K-12 education. WA - HB1473 Concerning eye care. WA - HB1474 Promoting healthy outcomes for pregnant women and infants. WA - HB1484 Providing an enhanced retirement benefit for public employees' and teachers' retirement system plans 1. WA - HB1486 Creating the Washington wage recovery act. WA - HB1492 Equalizing civil monetary penalties for assisted living facilities with other long-term care providers. WA - HB1498 Concerning high hazard flammable train speed limits in certain urban areas. WA - HB1500 Increasing tax exemption transparency and accountability. WA - HB1505 Establishing the naloxone access grant program. WA - HB1506 Addressing workplace practices to achieve gender pay equity. WA - HB1508 Promoting student health and readiness through meal and nutrition programs. WA - HB1512 Expanding college bound scholarship eligibility. WA - HB1513 Concerning the collection of youth voter registration sign up information. WA - HB1514 Requiring a minimum of three years' notice on closures or conversions of mobile home parks and manufactured housing communities. WA - HB1523 Requiring health plans to cover, with no cost sharing, all preventive services required to be covered under federal law as of December 31, 2016. WA - HB1524 Increasing success in therapeutic courts. WA - HB1527 Modifying Washington state's motion picture and film industries tax credit. WA - HB1529 Concerning recommendations from the joint legislative task force on the use of deadly force in community policing. WA - HB1533 Addressing wage and salary information. WA - HB1536 Concerning local option tools to promote, preserve, and incentivize affordable housing. WA - HB1540 Providing public notices of public health, safety, and welfare in a language other than English. WA - HB1541 Addressing prescription drug cost transparency. WA - HB1542 Concerning dropout prevention through engaging youth in farming. WA - HB1543 Concerning parental rights and responsibilities of sexual assault perpetrators and survivors. WA - HB1544 Concerning small farms under the current use property tax program for farm and agricultural lands. WA - HB1551 Creating a competitive equipment assistance grant program to enhance student nutrition in public schools. WA - HB1552 Concerning fostering economic growth in Washington by supporting the in-state production, processing, and distribution of food supply. WA - HB1561 Concerning open educational resources. WA - HB1562 Continuing the work of the Washington food policy forum. WA - HB1564 Concerning pesticide exposure and notification of certain pesticide applications. WA - HB1568 Creating Fred Hutch special license plates. WA - HB1571 Creating a community care and supportive services program for veterans. WA - HB1611 Concerning oil transportation safety. WA - HB1633 Concerning the preservation of housing options for tenants. WA - HB1646 Promoting an equitable clean energy economy by creating a carbon tax that allows investment in clean energy, clean air, healthy forests, and Washington's communities. WA - HB1661 Creating the department of children, youth, and families. WA - HB1663 Concerning imposing a surtax on the possession of hazardous substances. WA - HB1665 Providing transparency on the effect of tax expenditures on the state's budget. WA - HB1666 Requiring legislative approval of tax preferences as part of the two-year budget process. WA - HB1669 Establishing minimum crew size on certain trains. WA - HB1670 Concerning hours of service for certain railroad employees. WA - HB1673 Adding training on public works and prevailing wage requirements to responsible bidder criteria. WA - HB1674 Establishing the prevailing rate of wage based on collective bargaining agreements or other methods if collective bargaining agreements are not available. WA - HB1675 Improving compliance with prevailing wage procedures. WA - HB1677 Concerning local government infrastructure funding. WA - HB1685 Allowing retired teachers to be employed as mentors. WA - HB1698 Concerning enhancing public health and safety by implementing emergency preparedness guidance measures related to oil train accidents. WA - HB1714 Concerning nursing staffing practices at hospitals. WA - HB1715 Addressing meal and rest breaks and mandatory overtime for certain health care employees. WA - HB1727 Extending in-person voter registration. WA - HB1744 Concerning the use of perfluorinated chemicals in food packaging. WA - HB1777 Concerning the financing of early learning facilities. WA - HB1778 Providing for a simple majority of voters voting to authorize school district bonds. WA - HB1781 Requiring composting and recycling in public schools. WA - HB1783 Concerning legal financial obligations. WA - HB1784 Concerning creation of a certified child safety policy. WA - HB1789 Concerning rehabilitated offenders. WA - HB1796 Providing reasonable accommodations in the workplace for pregnant women. WA - HB1797 Concerning encouraging affordable housing development and preservation by providing cities limited sales tax remittance for qualifying investments, providing cities and counties authority to use real estate excise taxes to support affordable housing, and providing cities and counties with councilmanic authority to impose the affordable housing sales tax. WA - HB1798 Concerning the sale of manufactured/mobile home communities. WA - HB1800 Enacting the Washington voting rights act. WA - HB1802 Increasing the access of veterans, military service members, and military spouses to shared leave in state employment. WA - HB1805 Beginning to address the issue of contaminated drinking water stemming from the lead content in drinking water infrastructure, including pipes, connections, and fixtures. WA - HB1806 Increasing monetary penalties for crimes committed by corporations. WA - HB1807 Increasing transparency of contributions by creating the Washington state DISCLOSE act of 2017. WA - HB1808 Providing support for foster youth in obtaining drivers' licenses and automobile liability insurance. WA - HB1810 Concerning obligations of mental health professionals. WA - HB1816 Concerning information sharing related to implementation of the homeless youth prevention and protection act of 2015. WA - HB1831 Revising resource limitations for public assistance. WA - HB1843 Fulfilling the state's paramount duty for all children through equitable and responsible investments in the state's basic education program and reductions to local effort contributions. WA - HB1868 Investing in water infrastructure on tribal lands to protect the environment by imposing a tax on oil shipped into Washington via pipeline. WA - HB1869 Regulating interpreter services. WA - HB1875 Establishing a pilot project to license outdoor early learning and child care programs. WA - HB1876 Concerning the revision of exclusive adult jurisdiction. WA - HB1931 Concerning the posting of child abuse and neglect mandated reporter requirements. WA - HB1975 Concerning a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages. WA - HB1980 Creating a low-income home rehabilitation revolving loan program. WA - HB1987 Concerning allowing affordable housing development on religious organization property. WA - HB1995 Concerning the rehabilitation of historic buildings. WA - HB2007 Making provisions to commemorate the centennial of national women's suffrage. WA - HB2015 Modifying the lodging excise tax to remove the exemption for premises with fewer than sixty lodging units and to tax certain vacation rentals, short-term home-sharing arrangements, and other compensated use or occupancy of dwellings. WA - HB2021 Authorizing the sale of marijuana plants and seeds to qualifying patients and designated providers. WA - HB2026 Providing a business and occupation tax credit for live arts performances. WA - HB2029 Providing a referral resource for those seeking information and assistance for immigration and citizenship related matters. WA - HB2030 Addressing discrimination based on citizenship or immigration status. WA - HB2034 Requiring teacher preparation programs to integrate Native American curriculum developed by the office of the superintendent of public instruction into existing Pacific Northwest history and government requirements. WA - HB2040 Increasing the notice of termination for tenancies under the residential landlord-tenant act. WA - HB2080 Equalizing access to permanent ballot drop boxes for every Washington citizen. WA - HB2081 Equalizing access to permanent ballot drop boxes. WA - HB2084 Addressing voter registration deadlines. WA - HB2085 Addressing voter registration deadlines. WA - HB2088 Prohibiting the participation of elephants in a traveling animal act. WA - HB2095 Concerning preliminary work to develop a process for planning for a new Interstate 5 bridge spanning the Columbia river. WA - HB2097 Limiting disclosure of information about the religious affiliation of individuals. WA - HB2117 Granting relatives, including but not limited to grandparents, the right to seek visitation with a child through the courts. WA - HB2121 Repealing income eligibility for temporary assistance for needy families benefits for a child who lives with a nonparent caregiver. (REVISED FOR ENGROSSED: Revising income eligibility for temporary assistance for needy families benefits for a child who lives with a nonparent caregiver. ) WA - HB2145 Honoring the legislature's intent to create and retain local jobs through incentives provided to the aerospace industry by redirecting those incentives to other job creating opportunities if the number of aerospace jobs continue to decline. WA - HB2147 Concerning taxpayer relief for persons subject to a motor vehicle excise tax imposed by a regional transit authority. WA - HB2148 Establishing a regional transit authority rebate program for low-income individuals. WA - HB2149 Requiring a taxpayer accountability statement to be included with regional transit authority motor vehicle excise taxes. WA - HB2150 Requiring a taxpayer accountability statement to be included with regional transit authority property taxes. WA - HB2151 Prioritizing transit agency integration for regional mobility grants in counties with a population of seven hundred thousand or more. WA - HB2185 Fulfilling the state's paramount duty for all children through equitable and responsible investments in the state's basic education program and reductions to local effort contributions. WA - HB2186 Concerning investing in Washington families by improving the fairness of the state's excise tax system by narrowing or eliminating tax preferences, imposing a business and occupation tax surcharge while eliminating tax liability for small businesses, enacting an excise tax on capital gains, modifying the real estate excise tax, making administrative changes, and implementing marketplace fairness in Washington. WA - HB2200 Protecting the privacy and security of internet users. WA - HB2225 Aligning Washington's greenhouse gas emissions limits with those established by the United States' commitment under the 2015 Paris climate agreement. WA - HB2230 Enacting a carbon emissions tax to fund stewardship of Washington's natural resources and investments in communities and economic opportunity. WA - HB2232 Concerning health insurance coverage options for individuals residing in underserved areas. WA - HB2252 Concerning policies for granting academic credit at institutions of higher education for international baccalaureate (IB) examinations. WA - HB2254 Addressing the crimes of harassment. WA - HB2257 Prohibiting maintenance of certification from being required for certain health professions. WA - HB2260 Prohibiting the spawning, incubation, and cultivation of Atlantic salmon in the marine waters regulated by the state. WA - HB2262 Concerning actions for wrongful injury or death. WA - HB2263 Concerning governmental continuity during emergency periods. WA - HB2264 Concerning hospital privileges for advanced registered nurse practitioners and physician assistants. WA - HB2267 Recognizing indigenous peoples' day. WA - HB2272 Concerning restrictions on prescriptions for opiates. WA - HB2277 Concerning consumer reporting agency security freeze fees. WA - HB2278 Concerning personal information privacy protections in government entities. WA - HB2282 Protecting an open internet in Washington state. WA - HB2284 Protecting consumers by prohibiting blocking, throttling, or paid prioritization in the provision of internet service in Washington state. WA - HB2288 Concerning the Washington history day program. WA - HB2293 Restricting firearms and dangerous weapons in early learning facilities. WA - HB2294 Aligning Washington's greenhouse gas emissions limits with those established by the United States' commitment under the 2015 Paris climate agreement. WA - HB2295 Encouraging the use of electric or hybrid-electric aircraft for regional air travel. WA - HB2296 Protecting consumers from excess charges for prescription medications. WA - HB2297 Extending the period for voter registration. WA - HB2304 Concerning improving diversity in clinical trials. WA - HB2308 Concerning civil legal aid. WA - HB2310 Concerning prescription drug insurance continuity of care. WA - HB2323 Addressing cost-of-living adjustments for teachers' retirement system plan 1 and public employees' retirement system plan 1 retirees. WA - HB2325 Concerning the prescription drug monitoring program. WA - HB2327 Concerning appliance efficiency standards. WA - HB2328 Reducing emissions by making changes to the clean car standards and clean car program. WA - HB2330 Concerning expansion of extended foster care eligibility. WA - HB2338 Reducing the greenhouse gas emissions associated with transportation fuels. WA - HB2343 Defining "willful" in the chapter regarding abuse of vulnerable adults. WA - HB2344 Concerning evacuation of adult family homes. WA - HB2346 Concerning priority processing for adult family home license applications. WA - HB2353 Supporting sexual assault survivors. WA - HB2354 Restricting fees for security freezes by consumer reporting agencies. WA - HB2357 Allowing semiannual or quarterly payment plans for regional transit authority motor vehicle excise taxes. WA - HB2361 Increasing access to emergency assistance for victims by providing immunity from prosecution for prostitution offenses in some circumstances. WA - HB2362 Concerning crime committed by business entities. WA - HB2364 Concerning facilities financing by the housing finance commission. WA - HB2377 Eliminating certain postsecondary institutions' eligibility for state financial aid programs. WA - HB2378 Providing prepaid postage for all election ballots. WA - HB2384 Concerning consumer reporting agency security freeze fees. WA - HB2390 Regulating opioid medications at educational institutions. WA - HB2401 Concerning suspension of the evaluation, detention, and commitment of persons with a substance use disorder when secure detoxification facility beds are not available. WA - HB2402 Concerning the energy independence act. WA - HB2408 Preserving access to individual market health care coverage throughout Washington state. WA - HB2409 Concerning health plan coverage of reproductive health care. WA - HB2410 Allowing the energy savings associated with on-bill repayment programs to count toward a qualifying utility's energy conservation targets under the energy independence act. WA - HB2411 Reducing wasted food in order to fight hunger and reduce environmental impacts. WA - HB2412 Creating the buy clean Washington act. WA - HB2413 Concerning the voluntary option to purchase qualified alternative energy resources. WA - HB2418 Reducing impacts of nonnative finfish aquaculture by delaying construction of new nonnative finfish aquaculture facilities until thorough study, including structural analysis of existing facilities, is complete. WA - HB2422 Concerning high capacity magazines. WA - HB2426 Concerning the individual provider employment administrator program. WA - HB2433 Concerning automatic voter registration, including establishing the future voter program for certain persons sixteen and seventeen years of age. WA - HB2437 Encouraging investments in affordable and supportive housing. WA - HB2446 Concerning physical therapist supervision of assistive personnel. WA - HB2447 Concerning practitioner education of opiate risks and pain management alternatives. WA - HB2448 Increasing the availability of housing for developmentally disabled persons. WA - HB2452 Addressing retiree benefits for participants in the public employees' retirement system, the teachers' retirement system, and the public employees' benefits board. WA - HB2455 Increasing transparency of contributions by creating the Washington state DISCLOSE act of 2018. WA - HB2459 Modifying gender references pertaining to major political party committees. WA - HB2471 Preempting local government regulation of medical marijuana cooperatives. WA - HB2489 Concerning opioid use disorder treatment, prevention, and related services. WA - HB2516 Updating health benefit exchange statutes. WA - HB2533 Concerning long-term care services and supports. WA - HB2556 Protecting consumers and purchasers from excessive increases in generic prescription drug prices. WA - HB2557 Concerning bone marrow donation information provided to driver's license and identicard applicants. WA - HB2564 Creating Patches pal special license plates. WA - HB2572 Removing health coverage barriers to accessing substance use disorder treatment services. WA - HB2574 Permitting marijuana delivery to medical marijuana patients. WA - HB2575 Waiving groundwater fees for low-income housing. WA - HB2578 Preserving and expanding rental housing options for persons whose source of income is derived from or includes sources other than employment. WA - HB2590 Regarding the transitional bilingual instruction program. WA - HB2595 Concerning procedures in order to automatically register citizens to vote. WA - HB2597 Extending the existing state property tax exemption for residences of senior citizens and disabled persons to local regular property taxes. WA - HB2605 Addressing misdemeanant supervision services by limited jurisdiction courts. WA - HB2610 Creating the hunger-free students' bill of rights act. WA - HB2632 Limiting public exposure to certain dangerous chemicals through restrictions on chemicals in certain consumer products and improved public disclosure. WA - HB2633 Addressing the presumption of occupational disease for purposes of workers' compensation by adding medical conditions to the presumption and extending the presumption to certain publicly employed firefighters and investigators and law enforcement. WA - HB2646 Facilitating transportation projects of statewide significance. WA - HB2647 Applying campaign contribution limits to candidates for all special purpose districts authorized to provide freight and passenger transfer and terminal facilities. WA - HB2651 Increasing the personal needs allowance for people in residential and institutional care settings. WA - HB2657 Regarding the school employees' benefits board. WA - HB2658 Concerning the use of perfluorinated chemicals in food packaging. WA - HB2660 Continuing access to medicaid services. WA - HB2661 Protecting survivors of domestic assault from employment discrimination. WA - HB2669 Adding part-time employees to state civil service. WA - HB2671 Improving the behavioral health of people in the agricultural industry. WA - HB2687 Increasing appropriated funding for public defense services. WA - HB2712 Eliminating lunch copays for students who qualify for reduced-price lunches. WA - HB2717 Concerning public schools. WA - HB2731 Concerning collection of medical debt. WA - HB2738 Requiring permission to bring a concealed firearm into another person's residence or dwelling place. WA - HB2746 Providing options for local governments to adopt alternative voting procedures. WA - HB2751 Concerning the deduction of union dues and fees. WA - HB2755 Addressing employee benefits provided by the school employees' benefits board. WA - HB2759 Establishing the Washington state women's commission. WA - HB2770 Regarding ownership of marijuana businesses. WA - HB2778 Protecting personal information regarding sexual harassment claims. WA - HB2779 Improving access to mental health services for children and youth. WA - HB2802 Concerning expanded learning opportunities. WA - HB2818 Concerning the appointment of religious coordinators. WA - HB2820 Concerning the healthy relationships campaign. WA - HB2836 Delineating charity care and notice requirements without restricting charity care. WA - HB2837 Regarding prior authorization. WA - HB2861 Expanding the provision of trauma-informed child care. WA - HB2863 Providing feminine hygiene products in community and technical colleges at no cost to students. WA - HB2867 Helping foster and homeless youth complete apprenticeships. WA - HB2878 Concerning pesticide exposure and notification of certain pesticide applications. WA - HB2879 Concerning the Washington clean air act. WA - HB2923 Concerning the training and monitoring of guardians. WA - HB2930 Limiting defenses based on victim identity. WA - HB2936 Estimating tax rates and regressivity for voter, legislative process, and joint legislative audit and review committee consideration. WA - HB2940 Making the business and occupation tax more progressive. WA - HB2944 Safeguarding the public safety by protecting railroad workers. WA - HB2963 Concerning the consumer directed employer program. WA - HB2967 Assisting Washington families by improving the fairness of the state's tax system by enacting a capital gains tax and providing property tax relief. WA - HR4604 Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. WA - HR4605 Recognizing the importance of combating child hunger and recognizing those who combat hunger. WA - HR4614 Recognizing Washington's Future Farmers of America (FFA). WA - HR4615 Honoring the bravery and dedication of the Buffalo Soldiers. WA - HR4616 Remembering and honoring Gina Grant Bull. WA - HR4617 Celebrating children on children's day. WA - HR4618 Honoring former presidents on Presidents' Day. WA - HR4622 Recognizing the 100th anniversary of Joint Base Lewis-McChord. WA - HR4623 Celebrating International Women's Day. WA - HR4631 Celebrating the 125th anniversary of the founding of Seattle University. WA - HR4635 Honoring and supporting individuals with autism. WA - HR4637 Recognizing the contributions of Navy personnel and their family members. WA - HR4638 Celebrating the centennial birthday of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks. WA - HR4639 Thanking the Washington National Guard. WA - HR4653 Honoring the life of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. WA - HR4662 Honoring those who provided aid during the Amtrak derailment. WA - HR4663 Recognizing the Washington National Guard. WA - HR4673 Reflecting on the seventy-sixth anniversary of Executive Order 9066. WA - HR4674 Honoring former presidents on Presidents' Day. WA - HR4678 Celebrating the Navy in Washington state. WA - HR4685 Honoring Representative Larry Haler. WA - HR4686 Honoring Representative Jay Rodne. WA - HR4687 Honoring Representative Dan Kristiansen. WA - HR4688 Honoring Representative Melanie Stambaugh. WA - HR4689 Honoring Representative Terry Nealey. WA - HR4690 Honoring Representative Liz Pike. WA - HR4691 Honoring Representative Judy Clibborn. WA - HR4692 Honoring Representative Ruth Kagi. WA - HJR4203 Amending the Constitution to allow a simple majority of voters voting to authorize school district bonds. WA - HJR4210 Amending the state Constitution to provide governmental continuity during emergency periods resulting from a catastrophic incident. WA - HCR4413 Creating the Unified Table on Sexual Harassment. WA - HJM4003 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 - HJM4009 Condemning the boycott, divestment, and sanctions movement. WA - HJM4015 Concerning census funding. WA - HJM4016 Concerning the deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) program.