Representative Shelly Short

Biennium:

Prime Sponsored Bills


Bill NumberBrief Description
HB 1112 Concerning standards for the use of science to support public policy.  Fiscal Note
HB 1113 Concerning standards for the use of science to support public policy.  Fiscal Note
HB 1191 Protecting livestock against predator attacks. 
HB 1192 Regarding license fees under Title 77 RCW for veterans with disabilities.  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 1619 Suspending the growth management act in counties with significant and persistent unemployment. 
HB 2112 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 2113 Modifying the exemption from contractor registration requirements for work that is casual, minor, or inconsequential.  Fiscal Note
HB 2249 Concerning the two climate zones within the building codes. 
HB 2261 Concerning the use of science to support significant agency actions.  Fiscal Note
HB 2262 Concerning the use of science to support significant agency actions.  Fiscal Note
HB 2676 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. 

Secondary Sponsored Bills


Bill NumberBrief Description
HB 1076 Expanding participation in innovation academy cooperatives.  Fiscal Note
HB 1111 Concerning the management of real property assets of the state. 
HB 1141 Establishing a water pollution control revolving loan administration charge.  Fiscal Note
HB 1150 Allowing employers to pay a training wage for a specified period of time.  Fiscal Note
HB 1161 Concerning sales for resale by retail licensees of liquor.  Fiscal Note
HB 1162 Enacting the regulatory fairness act of 2013.  Fiscal Note
HB 1163 Regarding administrative procedures that promote accountability, transparency, and economic relief. 
HB 1164 Prohibiting the use of international law to infringe on property rights. 
HB 1166 Requiring compensation for government required actions on private property. 
HB 1167 Repealing growth management planning requirements in chapter 36.70A RCW. 
HB 1168 Adopting the Washington state health care freedom act of 2013. 
HB 1169 Reevaluating the delegation of authority to state agencies in regards to programs that address greenhouse gas emissions. 
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 1200 Concerning the labeling of seafood.  Fiscal Note
HB 1218 Concerning department of fish and wildlife license suspensions.  Fiscal Note
HB 1221 Regarding coal transition power.  Fiscal Note
HB 1222 Concerning coal transition power.  Fiscal Note
HB 1224 Providing a process for county legislative authorities to withdraw from voluntary planning under the growth management act.  Fiscal Note
HB 1238 Allowing motorcycles to stop and proceed through traffic control signals under certain conditions.  Fiscal Note
HB 1246 Removing certain requirements for motorcycle helmet use.  Fiscal Note
HB 1257 Establishing parental notification requirements for abortion. 
HB 1258 Ensuring that all Washingtonians share in the benefits of an expanding wolf population. 
HB 1259 Declaring that the right to life begins at the moment the individual comes into being. 
HB 1309 Directing state investments of existing litter tax revenues under chapter 82.19 RCW in material waste management efforts without increasing the tax rate.  Fiscal Note
HB 1319 Recognizing a welcome home Vietnam veterans day. 
HB 1334 Concerning conversion kits on motorcycles.  Fiscal Note
HB 1337 Conditioning the classification of the gray wolf by the fish and wildlife commission. 
HB 1352 Addressing the statute of limitations for sexual abuse against a child.  Fiscal Note
HB 1371 Adopting the Washington state firearms freedom act of 2013 and establishing penalties. 
HB 1372 Concerning natural resource management activities. 
HB 1390 Prohibiting local governments and state agencies from mandating the installation of fire sprinkler systems in agricultural structures. 
HB 1392 Protecting citizens from the application of foreign laws that would result in a violation of a constitutional right. 
HB 1403 Promoting economic development by providing information to businesses.  Fiscal Note
HB 1426 Allowing utilities serving customers in Washington and in other states to use eligible renewable resources located within the western electricity coordinating council area to comply with chapter 19.285 RCW, the energy independence act.  Fiscal Note
HB 1455 Eliminating the use of automated traffic safety cameras.  Fiscal Note
HB 1469 Addressing industrial insurance for horse racing employment.  Fiscal Note
HB 1471 Updating and aligning with federal requirements hospital health care-associated infection rate reporting.  Fiscal Note
HB 1478 Providing a moratorium on rule making. 
HB 1493 Concerning the property taxation of mobile homes and park model trailers.  Fiscal Note
HB 1498 Improving reports on electronic waste collection.  Fiscal Note
HB 1561 Concerning short-barreled rifles. 
HB 1570 Concerning filing requirements for property tax exemption claims for certain improvements to benefit fish and wildlife habitat, water quality, or water quantity.  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 1637 Concerning prescription review for medicaid managed care enrollees. 
HB 1643 Regarding energy conservation under the energy independence act.  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 1672 Addressing determinations of prevailing wage rates on public works projects. 
HB 1681 Concerning criminal trespass on private property. 
HB 1700 Addressing health plans provided through associations or member-governed groups. 
HB 1780 Declaring state preemption of local paid sick and paid safe leave regulation. 
HB 1781 Placing geographic limitations on local paid sick leave and paid safe leave programs. 
HB 1902 Creating intermittent-use trailer license plates.  Fiscal Note
HB 1918 Limiting the geographic scope of bans on the use of solid fuel burning devices in nonattainment counties. 
HB 2030 Modifying provisions that address impaired driving.  Fiscal Note
HB 2071 Authorizing expedited permitting and contracting for Washington state bridges deemed structurally deficient.  Fiscal Note
HB 2090 Establishing categorical exemptions in the state environmental policy act for development proposals that are consistent with locally adopted land use and shoreline regulations. 
HB 2122 Concerning sexually violent predators.  Fiscal Note
HB 2171 Strengthening economic protections for veterans and military personnel.  Fiscal Note
HB 2174 Recognizing that the right of a parent to make decisions regarding the care, custody, supervision, and administration of his or her child is a fundamental right. 
HB 2191 Concerning compliance with inspections of child care facilities.  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 2207 Eliminating the reduction in state basic education funding that occurs in counties with federal forest lands.  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 2268 Concerning the transfer of federal land to the state. 
HB 2292 Concerning adverse possession. 
HB 2315 Concerning suicide prevention.  Fiscal Note
HB 2323 Concerning electrician licensing and identification requirements.  Fiscal Note
HB 2324 Ensuring protection of persons and property. 
HB 2325 Exempting motorcycles from the payment of a motor vehicle weight fee.  Fiscal Note
HB 2329 Creating the breastfeeding-friendly Washington designation.  Fiscal Note
HB 2348 Concerning heavy haul industrial corridors.  Fiscal Note
HB 2406 Modifying administrative processes for managing deposits and cost reimbursements of the energy facility site evaluation council.  Fiscal Note
HB 2421 Requesting a comprehensive review of staff safety at the department of corrections.  Fiscal Note
HB 2423 Recognizing "Statehood Day." 
HB 2440 Modifying the definition of "oil" or "oils."  Fiscal Note
HB 2447 Concerning a property tax exemption for qualified nonprofit small business incubators that assist in the creation and expansion of innovative small commercial enterprises.  Fiscal Note
HB 2472 Concerning water quality determinations made by the department of ecology.  Fiscal Note
HB 2489 Regulating pharmacy benefit managers and pharmacy audits.  Fiscal Note
HB 2494 Creating a motorcycle road guard certificate.  Fiscal Note
HB 2495 Modifying references to manufacturing standards for motorcycle helmets.  Fiscal Note
HB 2543 Concerning electronic monitoring.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Establishing a work group on electronic home monitoring.
  Fiscal Note
HB 2566 Concerning the establishment of a dedicated local jurisdiction marijuana fund and the distribution of a specified percentage of marijuana excise tax revenues to cities and counties. 
HB 2620 Enhancing the potable water supply by encouraging treatment of raw groundwater. 
HB 2708 Concerning a qualified alternative energy resource. 
HB 2789 Concerning technology-enhanced government surveillance. 
HJM 4002 Requesting the federal government to stand firmly with Israel. 
HJR 4204 Amending the Constitution to require legislative approval of certain agency rules. 
HJR 4206 Placing restrictions on tax increases. 
HJR 4217 Amending the Constitution regarding the people's right of access to information concerning the conduct of the people's business. 
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 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 4636 Recognizing the significant contribution of Mary C. Selecky in improving the health and safety of all Washingtonians. 
HR 4637 Honoring the efforts of brain injury awareness organizations and individuals. 
HR 4641 Celebrating Catholic Schools Week. 
HR 4642 Recognizing and honoring the Spokane Lilac Festival. 
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 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 4664 Recognizing the United States flag. 
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 4690 Celebrating the National Day of the Cowboy. 
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.