+ − Contact Information Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (360) 786-7641 + − Committees (4) WA - Early Learning and K-12 Education (Senate) Title: chair WA - Transportation (Senate) Title: WA - Economic Development and International Trade (Senate) Title: WA - Energy, Environment and Technology (Senate) Title: + − Sponsored Bills (22) WA - SB5086 Concerning school surplus technology. WA - SB6103 Concerning educational reporting requirements. WA - SB6189 Clarifying eligibility for school employees' benefits board coverage. WA - SB5090 Addressing wage and salary information. WA - SB6117 Concerning appropriations for special education programs. WA - SB6132 Allowing the learning assistance program to support school-wide behavioral health system of supports and interventions. WA - SB6100 Expanding background check requirements for certain educational institutions. WA - SB6101 Concerning statewide implementation of early screening for dyslexia. WA - SB6102 Adjusting stop signal requirements for school buses. WA - SJR8201 Amending the Constitution to allow a simple majority of voters voting to authorize school district bonds. WA - SB5070 Concerning bilingual educators. WA - SB5141 Concerning school resource officer mandatory training and policies. WA - SB5091 Concerning state and federal special education funding. WA - SB5146 Concerning flexibility in high school graduation requirements. WA - SB5066 Concerning school district elections. WA - SB5089 Increasing early learning access for children ages thirty months and older with developmental delays or disabilities. WA - SB5068 Updating the term essential academic learning requirements to state learning standards to reflect current terminology. WA - SB5087 Establishing the world language competency grant program. WA - SB5105 Modifying education reporting requirements. WA - SB5142 Increasing equitable gender representation on corporate boards. WA - SCR8400 Establishing cutoff dates for the consideration of legislation during the 2019 regular session of the sixty-sixth legislature. WA - SB5088 Awarding credits for computer science. + − Cosponsored Bills (226) WA - SB5012 Concerning governmental continuity during emergency periods. WA - SB5021 Granting interest arbitration to department of corrections employees. WA - SB5022 Granting binding interest arbitration rights to certain higher education uniformed personnel. WA - SB5023 Concerning an ethnic studies curriculum for public school students. WA - SB5027 Concerning extreme risk protection orders. WA - SB5029 Concerning law enforcement. WA - SB5031 Protecting consumers from charges for out-of-network health care services. WA - SB5033 Concerning employment after public service in state government. WA - SB5034 Requiring debt collection complaints to be filed prior to service of summons and complaint. WA - SB5035 Enhancing the prevailing wage laws to ensure contractor and owner accountability and worker protection. WA - SB5057 Protecting youth from tobacco products and vapor products by increasing the minimum legal age of sale of tobacco and vapor products. WA - SB5061 Addressing undetectable firearms. WA - SB5064 Protecting personal information. WA - SB5069 Concerning access to state career and technical course equivalencies. WA - SB5071 Repealing certain obsolete common school provisions. WA - SB5074 Enacting the uniform faithful presidential electors act. WA - SB5075 Creating a motor vehicle excise tax low-income market value adjustment program. WA - SB5076 Allowing persons complying with conditions of community custody to be registered to vote. WA - SB5078 Requiring disclosure of federal income tax returns of presidential and vice presidential candidates prior to appearing on the ballot. WA - SB5112 Concerning the efficient administration of campaign finance and public disclosure reporting and enforcement. WA - SB5115 Concerning appliance efficiency standards. WA - SB5116 Supporting Washington's clean energy economy and transitioning to a clean, affordable, and reliable energy future. WA - SB5119 Including highway workers employed on a transportation project by a contractor in the tuition and fee exemption for children and surviving spouses of highway workers. WA - SB5135 Preventing toxic pollution that affects public health or the environment. WA - SB5143 Concerning the authorized removal, safe keeping, and return of firearms and ammunition by law enforcement during and after domestic violence incidents. WA - SB5156 Concerning diaper changing stations at restaurants. WA - SB5157 Requiring the department of transportation to complete a study on passenger-only ferry services. WA - SB5158 Concerning educator evaluations and professional development. WA - SB5159 Concerning the definition of eligible pupil for purposes of the transitional bilingual instruction program. WA - SB5160 Concerning property tax exemptions for service-connected disabled veterans and senior citizens. WA - SB5161 Concerning creation of a certified child safety policy. WA - SB5162 Clarifying qualifications for jury service. WA - SB5165 Concerning discrimination based on citizenship or immigration status. WA - SB5181 Concerning certain procedures upon initial detention under the involuntary treatment act. WA - SB5182 Concerning juvenile record sealing. WA - SB5183 Concerning relocation assistance for manufactured/mobile home park tenants. WA - SB5187 Concerning school composting and recycling. WA - SB5188 Concerning expanded learning opportunity programs. WA - SB5203 Creating an apprenticeship program for inmates. WA - SB5205 Concerning provisions governing firearms possession by persons who have been found incompetent to stand trial and who have a history of one or more violent acts. WA - SB5206 Providing a sales and use tax exemption for certain feminine hygiene products. WA - SB5219 Concerning condominium construction warranties. WA - SB5221 Concerning disclosure of contributions from political committees to other political committees. WA - SB5223 Concerning net metering. WA - SB5224 Concerning advisory votes. WA - SB5236 Encouraging apprenticeships. WA - SB5252 Providing for approval of school district bonds by fifty-five percent of the voters voting. WA - SB5258 Preventing the sexual harassment and sexual assault of certain isolated workers. WA - SB5262 Concerning special education. WA - SB5264 Concerning state funding for school construction, modernization, and asset preservation. WA - SB5270 Concerning dates and timelines associated with the operation of the state primary and elections. WA - SB5273 Concerning the presidential primary. WA - SB5276 Authorizing hemp production in conformance with the agriculture improvement act of 2018. WA - SB5283 Allowing persons who will turn eighteen years of age by the general election to vote in the primary election. WA - SB5290 Eliminating the use of the valid court order exception to place youth in detention for noncriminal behavior. WA - SB5292 Concerning prescription drug cost transparency. WA - SB5293 Concerning energy efficiency. WA - SB5298 Regarding labeling of marijuana products. WA - SB5301 Providing a sales and use tax exemption for diapers. WA - SB5321 Concerning ticket sales over the internet. WA - SB5322 Ensuring compliance with the federal clean water act by prohibiting certain discharges into waters of the state. WA - SB5324 Concerning support for students experiencing homelessness. WA - SB5329 Concerning updating and streamlining energy facility site evaluation council operations. WA - SB5334 Concerning the Washington uniform common interest ownership act. WA - SB5339 Reducing criminal justice expenses by eliminating the death penalty and instead requiring life imprisonment without possibility of release or parole as the sentence for aggravated first degree murder. WA - SB5340 Banning the sale of assault weapons and large capacity magazines. WA - SB5344 Concerning nursing fatigue. WA - SB5358 Concerning affordable housing development on religious organization property. WA - SB5376 Protecting consumer data. WA - SB5378 Regulating personal delivery devices. WA - SB5393 Establishing a statewide free college program by changing the state need grant to the Washington college promise scholarship. WA - SB5395 Concerning comprehensive sexual health education. WA - SB5399 Concerning child relocation by a person with joint decision-making authority and equal residential time. WA - SB5413 Concerning the pipeline for paraeducators conditional scholarship program. WA - SB5423 Creating the Washington rural development and opportunity zone act. WA - SB5437 Expanding eligibility to the early childhood education and assistance program. WA - SB5438 Concerning the H-2A temporary agricultural program. WA - SB5439 Concerning confidentiality of employment security department records and data. WA - SB5449 Concerning paid family and medical leave. WA - SB5467 Extending the tax preferences in RCW 82.04.260(12). WA - SB5470 Concerning services provided by the office of homeless youth prevention and protection programs. WA - SB5475 Concerning credit retrieval programs under the migrant education program. WA - SB5484 Implementing improvements to the early achievers program as reviewed and recommended by the joint select committee on the early achievers program. WA - SB5512 Concerning basic skills assessments for approved teacher preparation programs. WA - SB5513 Concerning the employer-employee relationship. WA - SB5514 Concerning first responder agency notifications to schools regarding potential threats. WA - SB5526 Increasing the availability of quality, affordable health coverage in the individual market. WA - SB5530 Concerning medical debt. WA - SB5542 Protecting patient care. WA - SB5551 Concerning courthouse facility dog assistance for testifying witnesses. WA - SB5564 Creating the building business ecosystems act. WA - SB5565 Concerning direct contractor liability for payment of wages and benefits. WA - SB5574 Concerning K-12 computer science education data. WA - SB5588 Authorizing the production, distribution, and sale of renewable hydrogen. WA - SB5594 Supporting media literacy and digital citizenship. WA - SB5600 Concerning residential tenant protections. WA - SB5602 Eliminating barriers to reproductive health care for all. WA - SB5612 Concerning Holocaust education. WA - SB5615 Designating Sasquatch the official cryptid or crypto-animal of Washington. WA - SB5640 Concerning youth courts. WA - SB5672 Concerning adult family home specialty services. WA - SB5684 Revising economic assistance programs by updating standards of need, revising outcome measures and data collected, and reducing barriers to participation. WA - SB5689 Concerning harassment, intimidation, bullying, and discrimination in public schools. WA - SB5691 Extending collective bargaining rights to employees of the legislative branch of state government. WA - SB5692 Concerning recreational fishing and hunting licenses. WA - SB5700 Concerning the release of juveniles in the custody of juvenile rehabilitation. WA - SB5704 Establishing the Washington children's educational savings account program. WA - SB5706 Requiring accreditation standards for college in the high school programs. WA - SB5711 Concerning education equivalencies for licensed child care providers. WA - SB5716 Defining when federal government employees are unemployed for purposes of unemployment insurance. WA - SB5732 Concerning foundational public health services. WA - SB5739 Promoting affordable housing in unincorporated areas of rural counties within urban growth areas. WA - SB5774 Relieving student debt. WA - SB5792 Making statutory requirements and policies for cultural access programs the same in all counties of the state. WA - SB5805 Making state law consistent with selected federal consumer protections in the patient protection and affordable care act. WA - SB5821 Providing equitable bonuses to K-12 instructional staff who attain national certification through professional organizations. WA - SB5834 Concerning the immigration status of students. WA - SB5851 Enhancing educational opportunities for vulnerable children and youth using funding distributed from the Puget Sound taxpayer accountability account. WA - SB5853 Regarding the school construction assistance program. WA - SB5859 Investing in educational mentor programs. WA - SB5861 Extending respectful workplace code of conduct provisions to all members of the legislative community. WA - SB5869 Concerning the exhibition of art on the capitol campus. WA - SB5874 Funding rural satellite skill centers. WA - SB5881 Addressing the installation of safety glazing or film sunscreening materials. WA - SB5882 Prohibiting the location of homeless encampments near schools and early learning facilities. WA - SB5883 Authorizing vehicles or combinations of vehicles carrying farm products to exceed total gross weight limits by two thousand pounds. WA - SB6017 Providing progressive tax reform by imposing an excise tax on annual compensation in excess of one million dollars. WA - SB6023 Concerning parenting plans. WA - SB6032 Creating a Washington apples special license plate. WA - SB6034 Extending the time allowed to file a complaint with the human rights commission for a claim related to pregnancy discrimination. WA - SB6037 Concerning business corporations. WA - SB6054 Changing the effective date of workforce requirements related to high hazard facilities. WA - SB6065 Establishing the Washington blockchain work group. WA - SB6077 Concerning high capacity magazines. WA - SB6081 Concerning the calculation of compensation of an employee of a medical school and an affiliated faculty group practice for purposes of a noncompetition agreement. WA - SB6092 Awarding diplomas posthumously. WA - SB6112 Concerning youth solitary confinement. WA - SB6154 Concerning abusive civil actions. WA - SB6157 Requiring schools to stock bleeding control kits. WA - SB6163 Concerning unlawful possession of firearms for persons free on bond or personal recognizance pending trial, appeal, or sentencing for felony charges under RCW 46.61.502(6) and 46.61.504(6). WA - SB6213 Concerning certain expanded polystyrene products. WA - SB6233 Concerning employee's rights concerning personnel files and disciplinary actions. WA - SB6235 Concerning exceptions to disqualification for unemployment insurance benefits when voluntarily leaving employment due to increases in job duties or changes in working conditions. WA - SB6236 Concerning certain noneconomic damage waivers. WA - SB6253 Creating a comprehensive statewide early care and education system by improving accessibility and affordability of early care and education programs for families. WA - SB6262 Teaching Washington's tribal history, culture, and government. WA - SB6263 Creating a model educational data sharing agreement between school districts and tribes. WA - SB6264 Concerning school district consultation with local tribes. WA - SB6268 Preventing abusive litigation between intimate partners. WA - SB6272 Amending state greenhouse gas emission limits for consistency with the most recent assessment of climate change science. WA - SB6279 Expanding school-based health centers. WA - SB6280 Concerning the use of facial recognition services. WA - SB6281 Concerning the management and oversight of personal data. WA - SB6282 Concerning the development of individualized highly capable learning plans. WA - SB6285 Exempting election security information from public records disclosure. WA - SB6293 Concerning civil liability for materially aiding domestic terrorism. WA - SB6294 Concerning concealed pistol license training requirements. 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 - SB6310 Concerning a report of employers with employees receiving certain public assistance programs. WA - SB6339 Creating a computer science grant program for school districts. WA - SB6399 Reducing emissions from vehicles associated with on-demand transportation services. WA - SB6404 Adopting prior authorization and appropriate use criteria in patient care. WA - SB6415 Allowing a permanent fire protection district benefit charge with voter approval. WA - SB6416 Providing telehealth services to schools. WA - SB6442 Concerning private detention facilities. WA - SB6451 Concerning funding for individuals who are not eligible for federal insurance subsidies and for foundational public health services. 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 - SB6540 Concerning working connections child care payment authorizations. WA - SB6561 Creating the undocumented student support loan program. WA - SB6567 Recognizing the eighteenth day of December as blood donor day. WA - SB6607 Permitting students to wear traditional tribal regalia and objects of cultural significance at graduation ceremonies and related events. WA - SB6614 Establishing the rural college promise program. WA - SB6622 Establishing a comprehensive, statewide photovoltaic module recovery, reuse, recycling, and end-of-life program. WA - SB6628 Concerning emissions of greenhouse gases. WA - SB6630 Increasing accountability for public housing authorities. WA - SB6637 Licensing wilderness therapy. WA - SB6645 Concerning minimum recycled content requirements. WA - SB6676 Concerning reimbursement for primary care services for medicaid beneficiaries. WA - SB6679 Declaring January as Chinese American history month and encouraging public schools to commemorate the month. WA - SB6686 Prohibiting the possession of weapons on state capitol grounds. WA - SB6689 Protecting consumers against mechanisms of addiction in certain video games. WA - SB6699 Concerning economic acts and practices during a time of disaster. WA - SR8602 Recognizing the Women In Cloud initiative. WA - SR8604 Honoring Paul G. Allen. WA - SR8608 Honoring the Seattle General Strike of 1919. WA - SR8617 Celebrating Presidents' Day. WA - SR8620 Honoring Japanese Americans who suffered relocation and internment during World War II. WA - SR8622 Honoring Shree Saini. WA - SR8623 Recognizing black history month. WA - SR8624 Thanking the Department of Enterprise Services for its work during the February 2019 snow event. WA - SR8625 Recognizing the importance of PTSI education. WA - SR8628 Honoring the memory of the Oso landslide. WA - SR8629 Honoring Edgar Martinez. WA - SR8635 Honoring Deputy Ryan Thompson. WA - SR8636 Recognizing the Washington National Guard. WA - SR8639 Honoring the Sikh American community. WA - SR8640 Celebrating the Navy. WA - SR8641 Honoring national donate life month in April. WA - SR8643 Acknowledging the achievements of Destination Imagination. WA - SR8644 Honoring Eric Stark. WA - SR8645 Honoring Mike Colbrese. WA - SR8646 Recognizing Honorary Consul Luis Fernando Esteban. WA - SR8647 Honoring Jack Sikma. WA - SR8651 Honoring Senator Prentice. WA - SR8652 Honoring Deputy Justin DeRosier of the Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office. WA - SR8658 Honoring military spouses and caregivers. WA - SR8660 Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. WA - SR8663 Concerning international holocaust remembrance day. WA - SR8670 Celebrating womens' right to vote. WA - SR8677 Declaring respect and support for the 15th Amendment. WA - SR8679 Honoring the Washington Farm Bureau. WA - SR8681 Honoring the League of Women Voters. WA - SR8686 Concerning Civic Education Day. WA - SR8688 Honoring the Daffodil Festival. WA - SR8689 Honoring Tahoma High School's We the People team. WA - SR8694 Concerning Nikki Kuhnhausen. WA - SR8696 Honoring the Sikh American community. WA - SR8704 Honoring Ken Jennings. WA - SR8708 Honoring James R. Ellis. WA - SJR8202 Amending the Constitution to allow at least fifty-five percent of voters voting to authorize school district bonds. WA - SCR8412 Concerning modernization of legislative operations. WA - SJM8002 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 - SJM8011 Requesting the federal government to address tariffs on agricultural commodities. WA - SJM8019 Requesting Congress to address volcano early warning and monitoring.