Representative Dave Hayes

Biennium:

Prime Sponsored Bills


Bill NumberBrief Description
HB 1132 Authorizing spouses of United States armed forces members who died while in service or as a result of service to apply for gold star license plates. (REVISED FOR ENGROSSED: Authorizing certain family members of United States armed forces members who died while in service or as a result of service to apply for gold star license plates. )  Fiscal Note
HB 1315 Providing funding to continue standardized or mandatory criminal justice training associated with the criminal justice training commission.  Fiscal Note
HB 1345 Regarding access to K-12 campuses for occupational or educational information. 
HB 1531 Modifying criminal history record information compliance audit provisions.  Fiscal Note
HB 1622 Concerning tax credits for hiring individuals with developmental disabilities.  Fiscal Note
HB 1738 Authorizing political subdivisions to purchase certain technology and services from the United States government. 
HB 1755 Concerning an exemption from discover pass requirements for off-road vehicles. 
HB 2057 Modifying arrest without warrant provisions. 
HB 2138 Addressing fees for criminal records checks. 
HB 2235 Creating effective and timely access to magistrates for purposes of reviewing search warrant applications.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Creating effective and timely access to magistrates for purposes of reviewing search warrant applications. (REVISED FOR ENGROSSED: Concerning search warrant applications. )
 
HB 2289 Clarifying the application of the state Constitution with respect to traffic violations committed by legislators. 
HB 2376 Exempting agency employee driver's license numbers, identicard numbers, and identification numbers from public inspection and copying. (REVISED FOR ENGROSSED: Exempting agency employee driver's license numbers and identicard numbers from public inspection and copying. ) 
HB 2771 Creating an expedited permitting and contracting process for bridges owned by local governments that are deemed structurally deficient. 
HJM 4000 Requesting that Interstate 5 be named the "Purple Heart Trail."
Revised for 1st Substitute: Requesting that a certain portion of Interstate 5 be named the "Purple Heart Trail."
 
HR 4631 Celebrating the 30th annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. 

Secondary Sponsored Bills


Bill NumberBrief Description
HB 1011 Removing the one-year waiting period for veterans or active members of the military for purposes of eligibility for resident tuition.  Fiscal Note
HB 1054 Regarding the allocation of one-half of one percent of original public school construction for equipment and technology purposes.  Fiscal Note
HB 1096 Concerning juvenile firearms and weapons crimes.  Fiscal Note
HB 1103 Concerning uniform ballot design.  Fiscal Note
HB 1161 Concerning sales for resale by retail licensees of liquor.  Fiscal Note
HB 1174 Complying with the state's constitutional duty to make ample provision for a basic education by prioritizing state funding for K-12 education and targeting state investments on reforms with the highest impact on student success. 
HB 1184 Protecting sport shooting ranges. 
HB 1232 Asserting conditions under which the department of corrections provides rental vouchers to a registered sex offender.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Addressing conditions under which the department of corrections provides rental vouchers to a registered sex offender.
  Fiscal Note
HB 1237 Regarding the creation of a storm water compliance project.  Fiscal Note
HB 1245 Regarding derelict and abandoned vessels in state waters.  Fiscal Note
HB 1305 Modifying vehicle prowling provisions.  Fiscal Note
HB 1347 Allowing incremental electricity produced as a result of efficiency improvements to hydroelectric generation projects whose energy output is marketed by the Bonneville power administration to qualify as an eligible renewable resource under the energy independence act.  Fiscal Note
HB 1352 Addressing the statute of limitations for sexual abuse against a child.  Fiscal Note
HB 1368 Concerning the distribution of state liquor revenues to cities and counties.  Fiscal Note
HB 1387 Eliminating the periodic replacement requirement for license plates.  Fiscal Note
HB 1388 Increasing penalties for vehicular homicide and vehicular assault.  Fiscal Note
HB 1412 Making community service a high school graduation requirement.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Making community service a high school graduation requirement. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Requiring school districts to adopt policies that provide incentives for students to participate in community service. )
  Fiscal Note
HB 1415 Allowing hydroelectric energy generation on irrigation district facilities to qualify for renewable energy credit.  Fiscal Note
HB 1432 Concerning county property tax levies.  Fiscal Note
HB 1492 Concerning waivers from school year requirements for purposes of economy and efficiency.  Fiscal Note
HB 1537 Addressing a veteran's preference for the purpose of public employment. 
HB 1540 Granting binding interest arbitration rights to certain uniformed personnel.  Fiscal Note
HB 1556 Creating initiatives in high schools to save lives in the event of cardiac arrest.  Fiscal Note
HB 1591 Improving the business climate and stimulating job creation by requiring certain agencies to establish a formal review process of existing rules.  Fiscal Note
HB 1612 Concerning information on firearm offenders. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Concerning information on felony firearm offenders )
Revised for 1st Substitute: Concerning information on firearm offenders.
  Fiscal Note
HB 1613 Establishing the criminal justice training commission firing range maintenance account.  Fiscal Note
HB 1615 Providing a business and occupation tax credit for businesses that hire unemployed veterans.  Fiscal Note
HB 1663 Extending the sales and use tax exemption for hog fuel used to produce electricity, steam, heat, or biofuel.  Fiscal Note
HB 1678 Concerning peace officer liability. 
HB 1688 Establishing a requirement and system for reporting incidents of student restraint and isolation in public schools.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Establishing a requirement and system for reporting incidents of student restraint and isolation in public schools. (REVISED FOR ENGROSSED: Establishing a requirement and system for reporting incidents of student restraint and isolation in public schools for students who have an individualized education program or plan developed under section 504 of the rehabilitation act of 1973. )
  Fiscal Note
HB 1721 Establishing a period of public and legislative review of appropriations legislation. 
HB 1757 Providing monitoring of the development of a one-stop portal for Washington businesses.  Fiscal Note
HB 1758 Regarding boating safety. 
HB 1818 Promoting economic development through business and government streamlining projects.  Fiscal Note
HB 1831 Concerning a sales and use tax exemption for disabled veterans and members of the armed forces for certain equipment and services that assist physically challenged persons to safely operate a motor vehicle. 
HB 1836 Concerning the introduction of contraband into or possession of contraband in a secure facility.  Fiscal Note
HB 1837 Allowing residents of total confinement facilities and secure community transition facilities to engage in therapeutic occupational assignments within the confines of McNeil Island.  Fiscal Note
HB 1848 Permitting school siting outside of urban growth areas. 
HB 1853 Clarifying that real estate brokers licensed under chapter 18.85 RCW are independent contractors. 
HB 1876 Concerning the liquor control board.  Fiscal Note
HB 1906 Modifying organized retail theft provisions. 
HB 1907 Creating a sentence enhancement for body armor. 
HB 1909 Concerning veteran-owned businesses.  Fiscal Note
HB 1921 Including traffic congestion relief in the state transportation system policy goals. 
HB 1923 Authorizing membership in the Washington public safety employees' retirement system for employees at city and county corrections departments, public corrections entities, the department of corrections, and the department of social and health services who provide direct care to, or ensure the custody and safety of, offender and patient populations.  Fiscal Note
HB 1963 Standards for detention of persons with mental disorders or chemical dependency.  Fiscal Note
HB 1986 Requiring the reporting of highway construction project errors.  Fiscal Note
HB 1988 Concerning the application of right-sizing to transportation projects.  Fiscal Note
HB 1989 Concerning the term of bonds issued for transportation purposes.  Fiscal Note
HB 2028 Concerning marijuana in negligent driving provisions. 
HB 2071 Authorizing expedited permitting and contracting for Washington state bridges deemed structurally deficient.  Fiscal Note
HB 2077 Concerning retail theft. 
HB 2084 Addressing impaired driving offenses that constitute a felony offense. 
HB 2085 Eliminating look back periods for impaired driving offenses. 
HB 2105 Promoting transparency in government by requiring public agencies with governing bodies to post their agendas online in advance of meetings.  Fiscal Note
HB 2111 Concerning the enforcement of regional transit authority fares. 
HB 2115 Concerning the composition of the officer promotion board.  Fiscal Note
HB 2121 Concerning training public officials and employees regarding public records, records management, and open public meetings requirements.  Fiscal Note
HB 2122 Concerning sexually violent predators.  Fiscal Note
HB 2123 Modifying the transportation system policy goal of mobility.  Fiscal Note
HB 2128 Creating a public disclosure exemption for global positioning system data that shows the residence of an employee or agent of a criminal justice agency.  Fiscal Note
HB 2129 Concerning veterans' homes.  Fiscal Note
HB 2137 Modifying provisions governing commercial motor vehicles.  Fiscal Note
HB 2171 Strengthening economic protections for veterans and military personnel.  Fiscal Note
HB 2192 Promoting economic development through enhancing transparency and predictability of state agency permitting and review processes.  Fiscal Note
HB 2204 Reestablishing the rural county sales and use tax exemption program.  Fiscal Note
HB 2256 Modifying when to display vehicle headlights.  Fiscal Note
HB 2257 Making the distribution of intimate images a crime.  Fiscal Note
HB 2259 Concerning the sales and use tax exemption for qualifying livestock nutrient management equipment and facilities.  Fiscal Note
HB 2264 Providing business and occupation tax relief by allowing businesses to deduct cost of goods sold, compensation, or a portion of gross income. 
HB 2314 Concerning incrementally increasing the distribution percentage of liquor revolving fund revenues under RCW 66.08.190 to cities and counties.  Fiscal Note
HB 2337 Concerning public-private financing for prevention-focused social services and health care services.  Fiscal Note
HB 2343 Allowing for a veteran designation on drivers' licenses and identicards.  Fiscal Note
HB 2344 Concerning ignition interlock device requirements in vehicle sales.  Fiscal Note
HB 2386 Designating Washington's shoreline as a state maritime heritage area. 
HB 2404 Expanding the definition of an electric personal assistive mobility device.  Fiscal Note
HB 2420 Authorizing Congressional Medal of Honor recipients to receive special license plates for up to two motor vehicles.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Concerning Medal of Honor special license plates.
  Fiscal Note
HB 2457 Concerning derelict and abandoned vessels.  Fiscal Note
HB 2462 Giving preferences to housing trust fund projects that involve collaboration between local school districts and housing authorities to help children of low-income families succeed in school. 
HB 2471 Concerning the design and use of drivers' licenses, drivers' instruction permits, and identicards for minors.  Fiscal Note
HB 2478 Providing technical assistance to achieve voluntary compliance with water pollution control statutes.  Fiscal Note
HB 2479 Placing restrictions on retired law enforcement officers and firefighters employed in certain public positions.  Fiscal Note
HB 2484 Modifying drug offender sentencing alternatives.  Fiscal Note
HB 2502 Concerning dealer deliveries to active duty law enforcement officers. 
HB 2503 Concerning the operation of a vessel under the influence of an intoxicant.  Fiscal Note
HB 2506 Making felony driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor, marijuana, or any drug a class B felony.  Fiscal Note
HB 2507 Increasing the punishment for vehicular homicide.  Fiscal Note
HB 2508 Concerning the mental health evaluation and treatment of individuals who threaten to murder a family member or other person who resides with the individual.  Fiscal Note
HB 2551 Protecting the constitutionally guaranteed right to the lawful possession of firearms during an emergency. 
HB 2577 Creating an optional life annuity benefit for plan 2 members of the law enforcement officers' and firefighters' retirement system.  Fiscal Note
HB 2587 Creating a tuition and fees exemption for children and surviving spouses of certain highway workers.  Fiscal Note
HB 2599 Modifying requirements for pedestrians walking along roadways.  Fiscal Note
HB 2627 Concerning the arrest of individuals who suffer from chemical dependency.
Revised for 2nd Substitute: Concerning the arrest of individuals who suffer from chemical dependency. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Concerning individuals in the juvenile justice and criminal justice systems who suffer from chemical dependency. )
  Fiscal Note
HB 2660 Concerning a business and occupation tax credit for businesses that hire individuals with developmental disabilities.  Fiscal Note
HB 2677 Establishing a process for the payment of impact fees through provisions stipulated in recorded covenants.  Fiscal Note
HB 2682 Modifying provisions governing the competitive bidding process of water-sewer districts. 
HB 2683 Prohibiting individuals who are fleeing from the justice system or violating parole or probation from receiving public assistance. 
HB 2690 Establishing community service standards for individuals receiving unemployment benefits. 
HB 2718 Concerning railroad crews.  Fiscal Note
HB 2785 Providing a limited-duration preferential business and occupation tax rate for information technology services provided in the vicinity of federal military installations. 
HJM 4002 Requesting the federal government to stand firmly with Israel. 
HJM 4003 Requesting that the Interstate 5 Skagit River Bridge be named the Trooper No. 1076, Sean M. O'Connell Memorial Bridge. 
HJR 4206 Placing restrictions on tax increases. 
HJR 4209 Amending the state Constitution to allow a reasonable suspicion standard in certain searches of students on school grounds. 
HCR 4403 Concerning the workforce training and education coordinating board's high skills high wages plan. 
HCR 4404 Celebrating the life and legacy of William Booth Gardner. 
HR 4603 Recognizing the life and work of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
HR 4605 Honoring Allen Hayward. 
HR 4609 Honoring the National Guard. 
HR 4615 Recognizing Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. 
HR 4616 Honoring Presidents' Day. 
HR 4621 Celebrating Children's Day. 
HR 4622 Congratulating the Seattle Seahawks. 
HR 4625 Honoring Jerry Tretwold. 
HR 4627 Celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the Department of Agriculture. 
HR 4630 Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Washington State Parks. 
HR 4637 Honoring the efforts of brain injury awareness organizations and individuals. 
HR 4641 Celebrating Catholic Schools Week. 
HR 4643 Honoring Washington state veterans who served in Vietnam. 
HR 4644 Celebrating the National Day of the Cowboy. 
HR 4646 Honoring Deputy Matt Spink and Deputy Mike Northway. 
HR 4656 Remembering the life and legacy of Senator Mike Carrell. 
HR 4657 Commending Trooper Sean M. O'Connell Jr. for his exemplary service. 
HR 4660 Celebrating Children's Day. 
HR 4661 Honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
HR 4666 Honoring the Chiawana High School football team. 
HR 4667 Honoring the National Guard. 
HR 4669 Honoring Representative Gary Alexander. 
HR 4674 Celebrating the 2014 Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks. 
HR 4675 Honoring the achievements of Coach Bryan Hoddle. 
HR 4677 Celebrating Presidents' Day. 
HR 4680 Commemorating the 125th anniversary of the Enabling Act. 
HR 4681 Celebrating the life of Capt. Christopher Stover. 
HR 4683 Honoring Captain William Swenson. 
HR 4685 Recognizing Seattle Seahawks' mascot, Taima the Hawk. 
HR 4689 Recognizing the life, work, and legacy of Thomas S. Foley. 
HR 4694 Honoring Glenn Crellin. 
HR 4697 Recognizing Larry Crouse. 
HR 4699 Celebrating the Navy. 
HR 4700 Saluting Washington State Representative Mary Helen Roberts. 
HR 4702 Recognizing Representative Mike Hope.