+ − Contact Information Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (360) 786-7676 + − Committees (2) WA - Ways and Means (Senate) Title: WA - Economic Development and International Trade (Senate) Title: + − Sponsored Bills (5) WA - SB6227 Concerning the burden of proof in disputes involving enforcement actions by certain regulatory agencies. WA - SB6226 Concerning regionalization factors used for Granite Falls school district compensation. WA - SB6063 Improving department of corrections health care administration. WA - SB6064 Requiring full body scanners at each department of corrections institution. WA - SB6225 Creating Washington law enforcement officer health and wellness special license plates. + − Cosponsored Bills (183) WA - SB5005 Concerning business corporations. WA - SB5007 Addressing the economic challenges facing Washington citizens from the COVID-19 pandemic through a temporary reduction in compliance and tax burden on electric utilities in order to lower costs and support direct utility assistance to low-income customers. WA - SB5011 Addressing electronic meetings and notice provisions for common interest communities, condominiums, and homeowners' associations. WA - SB5016 Allowing animal control officers to carry firearms for personal protection. WA - SB5038 Limiting the placement of institutionalized persons with a history of criminal justice involvement in adult family homes. WA - SB5039 Adjusting the duration of competency restoration treatment based on risk. WA - SB5040 Concerning the equitable geographic distribution of community placements for institutionalized persons with a history of criminal justice involvement. WA - SB5041 Concerning development of community long-term involuntary treatment capacity. WA - SB5045 Integrating risk for long-term civil involuntary treatment into managed care. WA - SB5046 Extending county authority to collect reimbursements from the department when conducting panel competency evaluations. WA - SB5047 Concerning veteran diversion from involuntary commitment through increased coordination between the veterans administration and the department of social and health services. WA - SB5048 Establishing a reentry community safety program for state hospital patients. WA - SB5049 Concerning the creation of a property tax exemption for spouses of military members or first responders killed in the line of duty. WA - SB5050 Creating a sentencing enhancement for body armor. WA - SB5051 Incentivizing the development of commercial office space in cities with a population of greater than fifty thousand and located in a county with a population of less than one million five hundred thousand. WA - SB5052 Concerning school resource officers. WA - SB5053 Increasing behavioral health workforce participation by addressing certification and licensure requirements. WA - SB5054 Increasing the behavioral health workforce by establishing a reciprocity program to increase the portability of behavioral health licenses and certifications. WA - SB5055 Increasing availability of peer services for persons with behavioral health disorders. WA - SB5056 Providing incentives to reduce involvement by persons with behavioral health disorders in the criminal justice system. WA - SB5073 Concerning state reimbursement of election costs. WA - SB5098 Increasing appropriated funding for public defense services. WA - SB5099 Establishing recreational target shooting areas on public lands. WA - SB5114 Creating a guardianship pilot program for persons who are gravely disabled to provide them individualized treatment, supervision, and appropriate placement to support successful transition to the community. WA - SB5136 Establishing the water infrastructure program. WA - SB5137 Modifying the aircraft excise tax. WA - SB5138 Concerning aircraft registration. WA - SB5147 Providing tax relief to females by exempting feminine hygiene products from retail sales and use tax. WA - SB5148 Concerning visible clothing requirements for hunting. WA - SB5172 Requiring firearms training for certain legislators. WA - SB5173 Concerning mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect. WA - SB5175 Concerning firefighter safety. WA - SB5180 Concerning the armed forces exceptions for giving notice of termination of a tenancy. WA - SB5185 Requiring notification to parents or guardians in cases of abortion. WA - SB5191 Concerning public utility districts' contracts for work or materials. WA - SB5196 Concerning national guard pay in state active service for wildland fire response duty. WA - SB5197 Concerning the Washington national guard postsecondary education grant program. WA - SB5203 Creating an apprenticeship program for inmates. WA - SB5231 Concerning veteran survivor tuition waiver eligibility. WA - SB5232 Concerning the qualifications of a legal newspaper. WA - SB5277 Ensuring the funding of agricultural fairs. WA - SB5281 Calculating the benchmark rate for certain community residential services. WA - SB5284 Concerning smoke detection devices. WA - SB5299 Concerning impaired driving. WA - SB5301 Providing a sales and use tax exemption for diapers. WA - SB5306 Creating the capacity for the state treasurer's office to provide separately managed investment portfolios to eligible governmental entities. WA - SB5307 Adding the treasurer to the public works board. WA - SB5318 Reforming the compliance and enforcement provisions for marijuana licensees. WA - SB5327 Expanding career connected learning opportunities. WA - SB5330 Analyzing state regulatory impact on small forest landowners. WA - SB5363 Extending the property tax exemption for new and rehabilitated multiple-unit dwellings in urban centers. WA - SB5388 Establishing a training course for campaign treasurers. WA - SB5406 Providing small winery tax relief. WA - SB5411 Concerning physician assistants. WA - SB5417 Authorizing military surplus vehicles to operate on public highways. WA - SB5419 Providing an adjustment of vehicle service fees. WA - SB5423 Creating the Washington rural development and opportunity zone act. WA - SB5428 Concerning veterans' mental health services at institutions of higher education. WA - SB5431 Concerning community facilities needed to ensure a continuum of care for behavioral health patients. WA - SB5444 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 - SB5458 Expanding access to building trades apprenticeships. WA - SB5463 Concerning notice to active duty military owners of impounded vehicles. WA - SB5481 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 - SB5504 Concerning state agency employee access to peer-reviewed journals. WA - SB5516 Establishing a behavioral health innovation and integration campus within the University of Washington school of medicine. WA - SB5520 Concerning urban growth areas. WA - SB5532 Concerning special education. WA - SB5537 Expanding community-based behavioral health facilities through issuance of state bonds. WA - SB5552 Concerning the protection of native pollinators, including bees. WA - SB5588 Authorizing the production, distribution, and sale of renewable hydrogen. WA - SB5589 Prohibiting local taxes based on employee wages, employee hours, or the number of employment positions. WA - SB5614 Harming police animals. WA - SB5621 Increasing the jurisdictional amount for small claims courts. WA - SB5650 Requiring that cursive writing be taught in common schools. WA - SB5657 Requiring publicly owned wastewater treatment plants that directly discharge to Puget Sound to control pollution from opioids. WA - SB5712 Creating a work group to study and make recommendations on a monument to honor residents who died in the global war on terror. WA - SB5720 Concerning the involuntary treatment act. WA - SB5726 Exempting clay targets from sales and use tax. WA - SB5729 Concerning enrollment priority in dual credit courses. WA - SB5797 Concerning the payment of salary and expenses when performing the duties of the governor. WA - SB5798 Providing a sales and use tax exemption for construction and repair costs associated with fish barrier removal. WA - SB5844 Concerning the confidentiality of industrial insurance claim records. WA - SB5853 Regarding the school construction assistance program. WA - SB5874 Funding rural satellite skill centers. WA - SB5918 Providing whale watching guidelines in the boating safety education program. WA - SB5924 Requiring proof of auto insurance to be shown upon vehicle registration and renewal. WA - SB5925 Renaming the department of revenue as the department of taxation. WA - SB5944 Concerning the timeline for commencing basic law enforcement training. WA - SB5952 Concerning local government infrastructure funding. WA - SB5968 Requiring the governor to provide background check information regarding gubernatorial appointees. WA - SB5970 Authorizing bonds for transportation funding. WA - SB5972 Concerning additive transportation funding and appropriations. WA - SB5975 Concerning the distribution of moneys derived from certain state forestlands. WA - SB5978 Concerning vehicle taxation. WA - SB6025 Concerning bump-fire stock buy-back program records. WA - SB6036 Providing opportunities for drought mitigation using trust water rights. WA - SB6109 Ensuring persons with serious mental illness and substance use disorders receive proper care and assistance. WA - SB6114 Concerning all-terrain vehicles. WA - SB6134 Concerning state reimbursement of election costs. WA - SB6139 Extending the joint center for aerospace technology innovation program. WA - SB6156 Modifying the requirements for collector vehicle registrations. WA - SB6179 Concerning the Washington search and rescue grant program. WA - SB6195 Funding forest health activities for the protection of people, homes, and the environment through issuance of state bonds. WA - SB6282 Concerning the development of individualized highly capable learning plans. WA - SB6296 Concerning health care benefits for public school employees. WA - SB6297 Recognizing the experience of existing early learning providers to meet educational requirements. WA - SB6298 Concerning the department of corrections. WA - SB6305 Concerning library districts. WA - SB6309 Expanding access to nutritious food. WA - SB6311 Concerning persons with substance use disorders. WA - SB6314 Protecting taxpayers from home foreclosure. WA - SB6315 Concerning enforcement of the policies of the department of ecology. WA - SB6322 Addressing the department of corrections early release and inmate medical care errors. WA - SB6355 Recognizing the contributions of the state's forest products sector as part of the state's global climate response. WA - SB6356 Requiring training on human trafficking. WA - SB6406 Concerning firearms. WA - SB6421 Extending the farm internship program. WA - SB6438 Applying the public records act to all courts and offices within the judicial branch. WA - SB6449 Requiring contact information for suicide prevention and crisis intervention organizations on student and staff identification cards. WA - SB6498 Valuing the carbon in forest riparian easements. WA - SB6505 Expanding access to dual credit opportunities by eliminating direct costs to students and families. WA - SB6510 Increasing local effort assistance for small school districts and small remote and necessary plants. WA - SB6555 Concerning impaired driving. WA - SB6570 Concerning law enforcement officer mental health and wellness. WA - SB6573 Eliminating the reduction in state basic education funding that occurs in counties with federal and state forestlands. WA - SB6582 Concerning the number of fire protection district commissioners. WA - SB6608 Supporting parental school choice. WA - SB6626 Creating the position of military spouse liaison. WA - SB6648 Establishing a safe station pilot program. WA - SB6653 Concerning skill center class sizes. WA - SB6678 Providing a sales and use tax exemption for materials and labor purchased by veterans' organizations in the construction of memorials. WA - SB6691 Replacing legislative chamber skylights. WA - SB6696 Making expenditures from the budget stabilization account for declared catastrophic events. WA - SB6703 Making Washington great again. WA - SR8603 Honoring the life of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. WA - SR8605 Honoring Washington's dairy industry. WA - SR8615 Honoring Taiwan. WA - SR8616 Blessing of the fleet. WA - SR8621 Concerning the Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs. WA - SR8622 Honoring Shree Saini. WA - SR8623 Recognizing black history month. WA - SR8625 Recognizing the importance of PTSI education. WA - SR8629 Honoring Edgar Martinez. WA - SR8630 Honoring Greg Stewart. WA - SR8635 Honoring Deputy Ryan Thompson. WA - SR8636 Recognizing the Washington National Guard. WA - SR8637 Honoring the 2019 Kittitas Secondary School boys' basketball team. WA - SR8639 Honoring the Sikh American community. WA - SR8640 Celebrating the Navy. WA - SR8641 Honoring national donate life month in April. WA - SR8642 Honoring Eastern Washington University. WA - SR8643 Acknowledging the achievements of Destination Imagination. WA - SR8644 Honoring Eric Stark. WA - SR8647 Honoring Jack Sikma. WA - SR8650 Recognizing the important role Ukrainian Americans play in the civic, cultural, and economic life of Washington state. WA - SR8651 Honoring Senator Prentice. WA - SR8652 Honoring Deputy Justin DeRosier of the Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office. WA - SR8653 Honoring the Perfect Attendance Creates Excellence program. WA - SR8658 Honoring military spouses and caregivers. WA - SR8660 Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. WA - SR8667 Celebrating Navy day. WA - SR8669 Honoring Dave Boyer. WA - SR8670 Celebrating womens' right to vote. WA - SR8671 Honoring Washington's dairy industry. WA - SR8673 Honoring Ronald Reagan. WA - SR8677 Declaring respect and support for the 15th Amendment. WA - SR8678 Honoring Japanese Americans who suffered relocation and internment during World War II. WA - SR8679 Honoring the Washington Farm Bureau. WA - SR8682 Honoring the Washington state commercial fishing fleet. WA - SR8684 Honoring Chinese Americans. WA - SR8686 Concerning Civic Education Day. WA - SR8687 Honoring Washington's agricultural producers. WA - SR8696 Honoring the Sikh American community. WA - SR8706 Honoring Deputy Cooper Dyson. WA - SR8708 Honoring James R. Ellis. WA - SR8709 Honoring Ronald Main. WA - SR8710 Encouraging blood donations in honor of Hunter Goodman. WA - SJR8204 Amending the Constitution to guarantee the right to fish, hunt, and otherwise harvest wildlife. WA - SJR8207 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution to require the legislature to enact a four-year balanced budget. WA - SJM8004 Applying to Congress for a convention to propose an amendment to the United States Constitution related to a balanced federal budget. WA - SJM8007 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 - SJM8015 Concerning pinniped predation of salmon and other fish. WA - SJM8019 Requesting Congress to address volcano early warning and monitoring.