+ − Contact Information Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (360) 786-7994 + − Committees (3) WA - Capital Budget (House) Title: WA - Rules (House) Title: WA - State Government, Elections and Information Technology (House) Title: ranking minority member + − Sponsored Bills (5) WA - HB2333 Concerning advisory vote descriptions in the voters' pamphlet. WA - HB2331 Modifying the requirements for posting agendas and notices under the open public meetings act. WA - HB2332 Concerning the treatment of Lyme disease. WA - HB2330 Concerning agency fairness and accountability in regulatory actions and compliance enforcement. WA - HB1082 Concerning the licensure and certification of massage therapists and reflexologists. + − Cosponsored Bills (85) WA - HB1002 Providing a business and occupation tax exemption for qualifying grants related to COVID-19 relief. WA - HB1024 Prohibiting a government database of law abiding owners of legal firearms. WA - HB1028 Modifying the types of off-road vehicles subject to local government regulation. WA - HB1035 Concerning school resource officers in schools. WA - HB1059 Extending the business and occupation tax return filing due date for annual filers. WA - HB1097 Revising requirements governing release of confidential health care information for purposes of firearm background checks. WA - HB1098 Revising requirements and penalties relating to the unsafe storage of firearms. 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 - HB1234 Eliminating the statute of limitations for certain felony sex offenses. WA - HB1235 Creating the crime of providing harmful material to a minor. WA - HB1375 Applying campaign contribution limits to candidates for all port districts. WA - HB1382 Increasing access to emergency assistance for victims by providing immunity from prosecution for prostitution offenses in some circumstances. WA - HB1383 Modifying the crime of patronizing a prostitute. WA - HB1437 Addressing noncollection of taxes by county treasurers. WA - HB1470 Providing incentives for the use of open source instructional materials in higher education. WA - HB1505 Concerning confidential information of child victims of sexual assault. WA - HB1507 Promoting physical safety and security of school buildings, grounds, and surroundings through environmental design principles. WA - HB1525 Addressing the use of potassium chloride or digoxin in medical procedures. WA - HB1526 Enacting the Washington pain capable unborn child protection act. WA - HB1532 Concerning traumatic brain injuries in domestic violence cases. WA - HB1533 Making information about domestic violence resources available in the workplace. WA - HB1588 Clarifying the prohibition of the imposition of a local income tax. WA - HB1620 Repealing the state estate tax. WA - HB1701 Notifying students of courses with low-cost instructional materials and open educational resources at the four-year institutions of higher education. WA - HB1702 Informing students of low-cost course materials for community and technical college courses. WA - HB1705 Charging an owner or placing a lien against the owner's property for utility services provided and billed to a tenant. WA - HB1712 Authorizing vehicles or combinations of vehicles carrying farm products to exceed total gross weight limits by two thousand pounds. WA - HB1760 Homeschooling foster youth. WA - HB1761 Homeschooling foster youth. WA - HB1782 Concerning public meetings of advisory groups established by local governments and other agencies. WA - HB1993 Authorizing military surplus vehicles to operate on public highways. WA - HB2093 Creating a small business bill of rights. WA - HB2112 Prohibiting safe injection sites. WA - HB2120 Creating a work group to study and make recommendations on a statue to replace the Vladimir Lenin statue. WA - HB2149 Improving state budgeting through zero-based budget reviews. WA - HB2150 Implementing the periodic review of state spending programs. WA - HB2151 Addressing fiscal notes. WA - HB2152 Extending the period through which a state budget must be balanced. WA - HB2154 Abolishing abortion. WA - HB2182 Concerning bump-fire stock buy-back program records. WA - HB2187 Creating Washington state women veterans special license plates. WA - HB2190 Increasing legislative transparency. WA - HB2222 Reducing the property tax. WA - HB2227 Limiting state and local taxes, fees, and other charges relating to vehicles. WA - HB2236 Concerning sales and use tax exemptions for large private airplanes. WA - HB2477 Establishing review standards for professional licensing regulation. WA - HB2588 Improving openness, accountability, and transparency of special purpose districts. WA - HB2626 Providing a limited informed consent exemption to state vaccination requirements. WA - HB2659 Limiting state and local taxes, fees, and other charges relating to vehicles. WA - HB2703 Applying the public records act to all courts and offices within the judicial branch. WA - HB2877 Honoring our disabled veterans by providing financial relief. WA - HB2926 Expanding access to critical incident stress management programs. WA - HB2946 Reducing the financial costs imposed by the state government on working Washington families. 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 - 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 - HR4633 Honoring Joshua Gortler. 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 - 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 - HJM4002 Applying for a convention to propose amendments to the United States Constitution relating to fiscal restraints on the federal government, the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and terms of office for federal officials and for members of Congress. WA - HJM4005 Applying to Congress for a convention to propose an amendment to the United States Constitution related to a balanced federal budget.