Representative Chris Reykdal

Biennium:

Prime Sponsored Bills


Bill NumberBrief Description
HB 1153 Regulating mandatory overtime for employees of health care facilities.  Fiscal Note
HB 1208 Establishing the digital college in the high school pilot project.  Fiscal Note
HB 1276 Creating the dropout prevention through farm engagement pilot project.  Fiscal Note
HB 1348 Modifying collective bargaining law related to providing additional compensation for academic employees at community and technical colleges.  Fiscal Note
HB 1354 Addressing claims and compensation under the industrial insurance laws. 
HB 1394 Changing the employment security department's settlement authority.  Fiscal Note
HB 1437 Concerning small farms under the current use property tax program for farm and agricultural lands.  Fiscal Note
HB 1614 Authorizing applied doctorate level degrees in audiology at Western Washington University.  Fiscal Note
HB 1666 Providing for vesting after five years of service in the defined benefit portion of the public employees' retirement system, the school employees' retirement system, and the teachers' retirement system plan 3. 
HB 1683 Authorizing recognition of institutions of postsecondary study in order to retain federal financial aid eligibility.  Fiscal Note
HB 1684 Defining suitable work to include a minimum age requirement. 
HB 1735 Concerning accountability in providing opportunities for certain students to participate in transition services.  Fiscal Note
HB 1804 Addressing supplemental bargaining under the personnel system reform act.  Fiscal Note
HB 1890 Modifying sales tax exemptions for working families.  Fiscal Note
HB 1891 Increasing protections for employees under the Washington industrial safety and health act of 1973.  Fiscal Note
HB 1892 Modifying certain provisions regarding transportation benefit districts.  Fiscal Note
HB 1958 Affirming centralized payroll services as nontaxable between affiliated companies.  Fiscal Note
HB 1970 Increasing accountability for the sales and use tax exemption for machinery and equipment.  Fiscal Note
HB 2076 Affirming exclusions for payroll cost reimbursements within a centralized payroll reporting system. 
HB 2248 Increasing the number of days allowed to accrue as unused annual leave. 
HB 2274 Authorizing collective bargaining for assistant attorneys general.  Fiscal Note
HB 2286 Funding an increase in the small business tax credit by repealing certain farm-related tax preferences. 
HB 2383 Integrating career and college readiness standards into K-12 and higher education policies and practices.  Fiscal Note
HB 2477 Concerning commercial janitorial services.  Fiscal Note
HB 2500 Requiring completion of an apprenticeship program to receive a journeyman or residential specialty electrician certificate of competency.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Requiring completion of an apprenticeship program to receive a journey level or residential specialty electrician certificate of competency.
  Fiscal Note
HB 2546 Decodifying, expiring, and making technical clarifications to higher education provisions.  Fiscal Note
HB 2552 Concerning signature gathering for initiatives, referenda, and recall petitions.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Concerning signature gathering for initiative, referendum, and recall petitions.
  Fiscal Note
HB 2576 Establishing a mandatory occupational disease exposure reporting requirement for firefighters.  Fiscal Note
HB 2607 Establishing competitive wages for beginning teacher salaries. 
HB 2652 Requiring contractor registration numbers on vehicles.  Fiscal Note
HR 4645 Celebrating Morningside's fiftieth anniversary. 

Secondary Sponsored Bills


Bill NumberBrief Description
HB 1000 Providing immunity for health care providers following directions contained in a form developed pursuant to RCW 43.70.480. 
HB 1005 Concerning responsibilities and funding of the public disclosure commission.
Revised for 3rd Substitute: Requiring certain campaign reports to be filed electronically.
  Fiscal Note
HB 1007 Concerning the covering of loads on public highways.  Fiscal Note
HB 1008 Allowing sales of growlers of cider. 
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 1014 Recognizing "Native American Heritage Day." 
HB 1019 Regarding identification of requestors of public records. 
HB 1023 Extending apprenticeship utilization requirements.  Fiscal Note
HB 1038 Requiring the department of licensing to adopt rules regarding online learning for training in cosmetology, manicuring, barbering, esthetics, and instruction. 
HB 1044 Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy.  Fiscal Note
HB 1067 Enhancing the basic education allocation formula for principals, assistant principals, and other certificated building-level administrators to support the teacher evaluation program requirements of RCW 28A.405.100.  Fiscal Note
HB 1072 Creating the agricultural labor skills and safety grant program.  Fiscal Note
HB 1090 Increasing the dollar amount for construction of a dock that does not qualify as a substantial development under the shoreline management act.  Fiscal Note
HB 1095 Concerning nursing staffing practices at hospitals.  Fiscal Note
HB 1103 Concerning uniform ballot design.  Fiscal Note
HB 1140 Concerning sibling visitation after a dependency has been dismissed or concluded.  Fiscal Note
HB 1177 Modifying the education accountability system to allow state criteria, resources, and strategies to be used for assistance and intervention.  Fiscal Note
HB 1178 Authorizing alternative assessments of basic skills for teacher certification.  Fiscal Note
HB 1197 Concerning open public meetings.  Fiscal Note
HB 1198 Requiring training of public officials and employees regarding public records and open public meetings.  Fiscal Note
HB 1201 Preventing animal cruelty.  Fiscal Note
HB 1202 Preventing animal cruelty.  Fiscal Note
HB 1203 Exempting personal information relating to children from public inspection and copying.  Fiscal Note
HB 1204 Concerning sibling visitation for children in foster care.  Fiscal Note
HB 1205 Creating the governor's official inaugural ball committee. 
HB 1225 Regarding cost savings and efficiencies in mailing notices of revocation to habitual traffic offenders.  Fiscal Note
HB 1227 Regarding cost savings and efficiencies in mailing notices of possible license suspension for noncompliance with child support orders.  Fiscal Note
HB 1229 Creating the companion animal safety, population control, and spay/neuter assistance program.  Fiscal Note
HB 1233 Including health in the state transportation system policy goals.  Fiscal Note
HB 1238 Allowing motorcycles to stop and proceed through traffic control signals under certain conditions.  Fiscal Note
HB 1267 Extending the time period for voter registration. (REVISED FOR ENGROSSED: Concerning voter registration. )  Fiscal Note
HB 1273 Restoring funding to in-home care services.  Fiscal Note
HB 1278 Concerning prepaid postage for ballot envelopes.  Fiscal Note
HB 1279 Allowing motor voter preregistration for sixteen and seventeen year olds.  Fiscal Note
HB 1283 Changing compulsory school attendance requirements for children six and seven years of age.  Fiscal Note
HB 1284 Concerning the rights of parents who are incarcerated or in residential substance abuse treatment.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Concerning the rights of parents who are incarcerated or in residential substance abuse treatment. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Concerning the rights of parents who are incarcerated. )
  Fiscal Note
HB 1294 Concerning flame retardants.  Fiscal Note
HB 1302 Concerning extended foster care services.  Fiscal Note
HB 1313 Establishing minimum standards for sick and safe leave from employment.  Fiscal Note
HB 1315 Providing funding to continue standardized or mandatory criminal justice training associated with the criminal justice training commission.  Fiscal Note
HB 1332 Concerning limited on-premise spirits sampling.  Fiscal Note
HB 1333 Restoring payment rates for community residential providers and annually adjusting payment rates for community residential providers by the rate of inflation.  Fiscal Note
HB 1336 Increasing the capacity of school districts to recognize and respond to troubled youth.  Fiscal Note
HB 1355 Addressing claim files and compensation under the industrial insurance laws. 
HB 1356 Mandating coverage for hearing aids. 
HB 1357 Addressing claim files and compensation under the industrial insurance laws. 
HB 1381 Regarding administrative adjudicatory proceedings coming before the department of health.  Fiscal Note
HB 1382 Allowing for redistribution of medications under certain conditions.  Fiscal Note
HB 1386 Requiring a superior court judge to be a qualified voter in a county served by the superior court he or she is elected or appointed to. 
HB 1387 Eliminating the periodic replacement requirement for license plates.  Fiscal Note
HB 1395 Implementing the unemployment insurance integrity provisions of the federal trade adjustment assistance extension act of 2011.  Fiscal Note
HB 1396 Changing the unemployment insurance shared work program by adopting short-time compensation provisions in the federal middle class tax relief and job creation act of 2012.  Fiscal Note
HB 1399 Giving general law enforcement authority to natural resource investigators.  Fiscal Note
HB 1408 Providing cities and towns with the local options to permit digital outdoor advertising signs.  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 1413 Enacting the Washington voting rights act of 2013.  Fiscal Note
HB 1434 Regarding the inclusion of community involvement in environmental decision making.  Fiscal Note
HB 1440 Ensuring fairness to employers by protecting employees.  Fiscal Note
HB 1456 Authorizing pretax payroll deductions for qualified transit and parking benefits. 
HB 1457 Implementing family and medical leave insurance.  Fiscal Note
HB 1466 Revising alternative public works contracting procedures.  Fiscal Note
HB 1467 Addressing the collection of unpaid wages.  Fiscal Note
HB 1468 Modifying payment methods on certain claimants' benefits.  Fiscal Note
HB 1469 Addressing industrial insurance for horse racing employment.  Fiscal Note
HB 1470 Addressing the recommendations of the vocational rehabilitation subcommittee for workers' compensation.  Fiscal Note
HB 1483 Concerning public and private airport parking facilities.  Fiscal Note
HB 1490 Applying the public employees' collective bargaining act to department of corrections employees.  Fiscal Note
HB 1494 Providing additional funding for the state's higher education institutions and their students.  Fiscal Note
HB 1497 Concerning the use of nonconviction records for employment and housing opportunities.  Fiscal Note
HB 1526 Creating a pilot project to increase enrollment of underrepresented students in the running start program.  Fiscal Note
HB 1529 Concerning the disclosure of certain information when screening tenants. 
HB 1535 Concerning the reduction in force of tenured or probationary community college faculty members.  Fiscal Note
HB 1536 Changing requirements for membership on community and technical college boards of trustees.  Fiscal Note
HB 1540 Granting binding interest arbitration rights to certain uniformed personnel.  Fiscal Note
HB 1545 Guaranteeing that the top one percent pay too, through assessing a two percent tax on millionaires to fund the paramount duty trust fund and reduce class sizes in grades kindergarten through four.  Fiscal Note
HB 1588 Requiring universal background checks for firearms transfers.  Fiscal Note
HB 1628 Allowing nurses and physicians to satisfy a portion of their continuing education credits through providing services to medicaid enrollees or the uninsured.  Fiscal Note
HB 1650 Supporting K-12 career education, exploration, and planning.  Fiscal Note
HB 1661 Addressing misdemeanor marijuana offense convictions.  Fiscal Note
HB 1662 Concerning the medical use of cannabis.  Fiscal Note
HB 1665 Providing retirement benefits at earlier ages in the plans 2 and 3 of the public employees' retirement system, the teachers' retirement system, and the school employees' retirement system. 
HB 1667 Concerning postretirement employment. 
HB 1668 Allowing certain separated plan 2 members of the retirement systems to participate in insurance plans and contracts.  Fiscal Note
HB 1671 Concerning child care reform.  Fiscal Note
HB 1673 Enhancing the basic education allocation formula to adopt the staffing resources recommended by the quality education council. 
HB 1686 Concerning high school equivalency certificates.  Fiscal Note
HB 1691 Authorizing the educational service district board or local school board to fill vacancies on the board of directors in second-class school districts with an at-large appointment if after one hundred twenty days a candidate from the director district cannot be recruited. 
HB 1702 Addressing the commercial transportation of passengers.  Fiscal Note
HB 1719 Addressing drayage truck operators at certain ports.  Fiscal Note
HB 1723 Concerning early learning opportunities.  Fiscal Note
HB 1724 Concerning statements made by juveniles during assessments or screenings for mental health or chemical dependency treatment.  Fiscal Note
HB 1733 Requiring capital and transportation project investments to be searchable by the public for certain detailed information.  Fiscal Note
HB 1734 Concerning exemptions from the five-year time limit for recipients of the temporary assistance for needy families program.  Fiscal Note
HB 1751 Providing for equal tax treatment of investment securities for in-state and out-of-state banks.  Fiscal Note
HB 1777 Accelerating changes to mental health involuntary commitment laws.  Fiscal Note
HB 1778 Concerning detentions under the involuntary treatment act. 
HB 1784 Concerning the prevention of childhood obesity in early learning programs.  Fiscal Note
HB 1814 Concerning the agency council on coordinated transportation.  Fiscal Note
HB 1817 Adding eligibility criteria for higher education financial aid.  Fiscal Note
HB 1824 Reducing the penalty for a person conducting unlawful internet gambling in his or her primary residence for recreational purposes.  Fiscal Note
HB 1845 Concerning the utilities and transportation commission's regulatory authority over railroads. 
HB 1863 Allowing the department of labor and industries to provide information about certain scholarships. 
HB 1873 Regarding funding higher education child care grants.  Fiscal Note
HB 1874 Addressing federal immigration policy enforcement.  Fiscal Note
HB 1895 Concerning missing endangered persons. 
HB 1913 Addressing service credit for certain school employee service workers.  Fiscal Note
HB 1914 Addressing alternate early retirement for certain school employee service workers.  Fiscal Note
HB 1915 Developing recommendations to achieve the state's greenhouse gas emissions limits.  Fiscal Note
HB 1934 Concerning visitation rights for persons, including grandparents, with an ongoing and substantial relationship with a child.  Fiscal Note
HB 1938 Applying a purchasing preference to in-state businesses. 
HB 1946 Concerning special parking privileges for persons with disabilities.  Fiscal Note
HB 1998 Extending eligibility on a nonprioritized basis for the state need grant to individuals granted deferred action for childhood arrival status. 
HB 2002 Modifying snowmobile license fees.  Fiscal Note
HB 2031 Prohibiting certain employer communications about political or religious matters. 
HB 2032 Achieving economic security through income sufficient to meet basic needs. 
HB 2034 Relating to funding K-12 basic education and higher education by narrowing or eliminating tax preferences.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Funding K-12 basic education and higher education by narrowing or eliminating tax preferences.
 
HB 2035 Relating to funding K-12 basic education and higher education by narrowing or eliminating certain state tax exemptions, deductions, credits, and preferential rates. 
HB 2036 Investing in the education legacy trust account for K-12 basic education and higher education by narrowing or eliminating tax preferences.  Fiscal Note
HB 2038 Investing in the education legacy trust account for K-12 basic education and higher education by narrowing or eliminating tax preferences and extending taxes set to expire.  Fiscal Note
HB 2064 Preserving funding deposited into the education legacy trust account used to support common schools and access to higher education by restoring the application of the Washington estate and transfer tax to certain property transfers.  Fiscal Note
HB 2067 Concerning the distribution of revenues under RCW 66.08.190 to the state, border areas, cities, and counties.  Fiscal Note
HB 2087 Authorizing a capital gains tax to fund early childhood investments, higher education, and the state's rainy day fund. 
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 2117 Preventing breed-based dog regulations. 
HB 2118 Concerning student parking fees collected by school districts.  Fiscal Note
HB 2121 Concerning training public officials and employees regarding public records, records management, and open public meetings requirements.  Fiscal Note
HB 2148 Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy.  Fiscal Note
HB 2152 Addressing industrial insurance requirements and options for owners and lessees of for hire vehicles, limousines, and taxicabs.  Fiscal Note
HB 2158 Concerning dropout prevention, intervention, and reengagement activities by educational service districts.  Fiscal Note
HB 2159 Concerning restoration of funding to in-home care services. 
HB 2186 Concerning local government selection of the appropriate sewer systems as part of growth management. 
HB 2199 Providing a complimentary discover pass to department of fish and wildlife customers who spend above a predetermined amount of money.  Fiscal Note
HB 2238 Addressing paid vacation leave.  Fiscal Note
HB 2252 Addressing the fiscal impacts of bills and budgets. 
HB 2275 Concerning whistleblowers in the electrical industry.  Fiscal Note
HB 2276 Concerning the operation by educational service districts of educational programs for residents of residential schools. 
HB 2284 Regarding state-funded learning improvement days.  Fiscal Note
HB 2302 Concerning snack bar licenses.  Fiscal Note
HB 2310 Concerning safety equipment for individual providers.  Fiscal Note
HB 2313 Requiring state funding to support professional development for K-12 educators.  Fiscal Note
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 2319 Permitting school districts to publish certain legal notices using public web sites maintained by school districts as an alternative to publishing notice in newspapers. 
HB 2322 Prohibiting local governments from taking actions preventing or impeding the creation or operation of commercial marijuana businesses licensed by the liquor control board.  Fiscal Note
HB 2325 Exempting motorcycles from the payment of a motor vehicle weight fee.  Fiscal Note
HB 2331 Concerning certified payroll records on public works projects.  Fiscal Note
HB 2332 Providing damages for wage violations. 
HB 2333 Concerning the employee antiretaliation act.  Fiscal Note
HB 2334 Simplifying and enforcing employee status under employment laws to ensure fairness to employers and employees and address the underground economy.  Fiscal Note
HB 2335 Concerning extended foster care services.  Fiscal Note
HB 2340 Creating the Washington health benefit exchange as a state agency.  Fiscal Note
HB 2343 Allowing for a veteran designation on drivers' licenses and identicards.  Fiscal Note
HB 2347 Enhancing the safety of the transportation of oil.  Fiscal Note
HB 2352 Establishing an online alternative credit degree program.  Fiscal Note
HB 2365 Concerning paraeducator development.  Fiscal Note
HB 2368 Concerning a surcharge for local homeless housing and assistance.  Fiscal Note
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 2377 Improving quality in the early care and education system.  Fiscal Note
HB 2387 Declaring the Ostrea lurida the official oyster of the state of Washington. 
HB 2395 Establishing a state seal of biliteracy for high school students.  Fiscal Note
HB 2398 Permitting community colleges that confer applied baccalaureate degrees to confer honorary bachelor of applied science degrees.  Fiscal Note
HB 2402 Removing the culminating project as a state graduation requirement. 
HB 2410 Creating a competitive equipment assistance grant program to enhance student nutrition in public schools.  Fiscal Note
HB 2422 Restoring the suspended inflationary increases in educational employee compensation.  Fiscal Note
HB 2441 Providing for a simple majority of voters voting to authorize school district levies and bonds. 
HB 2451 Restricting the practice of sexual orientation change efforts.  Fiscal Note
HB 2457 Concerning derelict and abandoned vessels.  Fiscal Note
HB 2463 Concerning special parking privileges for persons with disabilities.  Fiscal Note
HB 2470 Concerning the payment of certain monetary penalties by rental car businesses.  Fiscal Note
HB 2473 Encouraging citizens to serve in the legislature by creating leave provisions for legislative service. 
HB 2485 Addressing survivor benefits from the public employees' retirement system for survivors of members in registered domestic partnerships prior to December 2012.  Fiscal Note
HB 2493 Concerning current use valuation for land primarily used for commercial horticultural purposes.  Fiscal Note
HB 2513 Modifying collection dates for property taxes paid through escrow.  Fiscal Note
HB 2526 Increasing the use of apprenticeships.  Fiscal Note
HB 2527 Establishing the prevailing rate of wage based on collective bargaining agreements or other methods if collective bargaining agreements are not available.  Fiscal Note
HB 2545 Prohibiting employers from asking about or using nonconviction information in initial applications for employment.  Fiscal Note
HB 2563 Concerning local transit revenue.  Fiscal Note
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 2588 Concerning employers' responsibility for the medical assistance costs of employees.  Fiscal Note
HB 2589 Enhancing the basic education allocation formula to adopt the staffing resources recommended by the quality education council.  Fiscal Note
HB 2594 Requiring the health care authority to develop a blueprint for the establishment of a federal basic health program.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Requiring the health care authority to begin econometric modeling to review enrollment and costs to the state, enrollees, and the insurance market.
  Fiscal Note
HB 2608 Establishing the minimum wage for classified school employees.  Fiscal Note
HB 2609 Restoring cost-of-living increases for educational employees. 
HB 2621 Expanding participation in college in the high school programs. 
HB 2626 Concerning statewide educational attainment goals.  Fiscal Note
HB 2644 Concerning coercion of involuntary servitude.  Fiscal Note
HB 2668 Concerning insurance for enlisted members of the Washington national guard.  Fiscal Note
HB 2672 Increasing the minimum hourly wage to twelve dollars over three years.  Fiscal Note
HB 2675 Modifying provisions applicable to off-road, nonhighway, and wheeled all-terrain vehicles and their drivers.  Fiscal Note
HB 2714 Allowing youthful offenders who complete their sentences prior to age twenty-one equal access to a full continuum of rehabilitative and reentry services.  Fiscal Note
HB 2718 Concerning railroad crews.  Fiscal Note
HB 2721 Increasing tax exemption transparency and accountability. 
HB 2726 Expanding higher education opportunities for certain resident students and military families. 
HB 2743 Protecting taxpayers by providing for accountability and transparency in government contracting.  Fiscal Note
HB 2788 Requiring a review of exempt and civil service employee practices and policies at public four-year institutions of higher education. 
HB 2792 Implementing the state's education funding obligation by increasing allocations to school districts, which include materials, supplies, and operating costs, all-day kindergarten, and class size reduction in kindergarten through third grade. 
HB 2797 Funding all-day kindergarten and early elementary class size reduction facility needs with lottery revenues.  Fiscal Note
HJM 4001 Requesting an amendment to the United States Constitution to return the authority to regulate election campaign contributions to congress and state legislatures. 
HJR 4207 Amending the state Constitution to modify eligibility requirements for superior court judges. 
HJR 4215 Requiring all revenues from any state taxes levied for the purpose of funding local government public infrastructure to be paid into the state treasury, deposited into the public works assistance account, and used exclusively for funding local government public works projects.  Fiscal Note
HJR 4216 Amending the Constitution to provide for a simple majority of voters voting to authorize school district levies and bonds. 
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 4616 Honoring Presidents' Day. 
HR 4617 Recognizing Japanese-American World War II veterans and internees. 
HR 4621 Celebrating Children's Day. 
HR 4622 Congratulating the Seattle Seahawks. 
HR 4627 Celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the Department of Agriculture. 
HR 4630 Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Washington State Parks. 
HR 4643 Honoring Washington state veterans who served in Vietnam. 
HR 4648 Honoring Don C. Brunell. 
HR 4652 Honoring the 2013 National Teacher of the Year, Jeff Charbonneau. 
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 4667 Honoring the National Guard. 
HR 4669 Honoring Representative Gary Alexander. 
HR 4674 Celebrating the 2014 Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks. 
HR 4677 Celebrating Presidents' Day. 
HR 4678 Celebrating civic education. 
HR 4680 Commemorating the 125th anniversary of the Enabling Act. 
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 4691 Honoring Dom Cooks. 
HR 4697 Recognizing Larry Crouse. 
HR 4698 Recognizing the Thurston Regional Planning Council's participation in International Telework Week. 
HR 4699 Celebrating the Navy. 
HR 4700 Saluting Washington State Representative Mary Helen Roberts. 
HR 4702 Recognizing Representative Mike Hope.