Senator Karen Fraser

Biennium:

Prime Sponsored Bills


Bill NumberBrief Description
SB 5262 Concerning the lodging tax.  Fiscal Note
SB 5327 Concerning small farms under the current use property tax program for farm and agricultural lands.  Fiscal Note
SB 5578 Exempting certain family day care providers who have been operating for at least five years from any requirement to have a high school diploma or equivalent education. 
SB 5654 Allowing certain retirees to participate in the insurance programs under chapter 41.05 RCW. 
SB 5817 Concerning the taxation and permitting of vessels in Washington.  Fiscal Note
SB 5868 Increasing nonhighway fuel tax refunds. 
SB 5949 Creating a liquor tax for alcohol and drug treatment.  Fiscal Note
SB 6018 Concerning the training of code enforcement officials.  Fiscal Note
SB 6339 Concerning coercion of involuntary servitude. 
SB 6548 Protecting taxpayers by providing for accountability and transparency in government contracting. 
SR 8616 Honoring the legacy of women legislators. 
SR 8645 Celebrating Morningside's fiftieth anniversary. 
SR 8648 Honoring Consul General Kiyokazu Ota of Japan. 
SR 8655 Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1963 American Mt. Everest Expedition. 
SR 8681 Commemorating the 125th anniversary of the Enabling Act. 

Secondary Sponsored Bills


Bill NumberBrief Description
SB 5002 Concerning mosquito control districts. 
SB 5009 Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy. 
SB 5137 Concerning department of fish and wildlife license suspensions.  Fiscal Note
SB 5162 Prohibiting a child custody award to a suspect in an active murder investigation. 
SB 5181 Concerning flame retardants.  Fiscal Note
SB 5223 Adding children victims of trafficking to the definition of abuse and neglect. 
SB 5231 Ensuring hunter safety.  Fiscal Note
SB 5257 Modifying time frames applicable to certain public disclosure commission requirements.  Fiscal Note
SB 5258 Aggregating the cost of related ballot measure advertisements for purposes of top five sponsor identification requirements.  Fiscal Note
SB 5308 Establishing the commercially sexually exploited children statewide coordinating committee. 
SB 5324 Concerning mosquito abatement in storm water control retention ponds. 
SB 5337 Modifying expiration dates affecting the department of natural resources' timber sale program.  Fiscal Note
SB 5346 Restoring funding to in-home care services.  Fiscal Note
SB 5399 Addressing the timing of penalties under the growth management act.  Fiscal Note
SB 5420 Creating a two-year freeze on tuition rates at four-year institutions of higher education. 
SB 5421 Changing enrollment forecasts and budgeting for institutions of higher education.  Fiscal Note
SB 5488 Establishing an enhanced penalty for the use of an internet advertisement to facilitate the commission of a sex-trafficking crime.  Fiscal Note
SB 5497 Concerning assault in the third degree against a school employee.  Fiscal Note
SB 5503 Concerning payment of delinquent property taxes. 
SB 5507 Increasing transparency of donors to candidates and ballot measures. 
SB 5526 Ensuring fairness to employers by protecting employees.  Fiscal Note
SB 5546 Concerning floatation devices on state-owned aquatic lands and in state waters.  Fiscal Note
SB 5557 Encouraging educating students on the content and importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 
SB 5576 Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy.  Fiscal Note
SB 5599 Concerning the taxing authority of public facilities districts.  Fiscal Note
SB 5634 Clarifying the department of natural resources' authority to enter into cooperative agreements.  Fiscal Note
SB 5653 Promoting a balanced financing system for state parks programs and services in order to facilitate resource stewardship, interpretative activities, cultural events, and works of art in state parks.  Fiscal Note
SB 5655 Expanding existing higher education financial aid programs to state residents.  Fiscal Note
SB 5671 Concerning accountability in providing opportunities for certain students to participate in transition services. 
SB 5673 Creating a two-year freeze on tuition rates at community and technical colleges. 
SB 5690 Addressing the fiscal conditions of local government.  Fiscal Note
SB 5703 Concerning the distribution of state liquor revenues to cities and counties. 
SB 5706 Concerning accountability in providing opportunities for certain students to participate in transition services.  Fiscal Note
SB 5710 Concerning reckless endangerment resulting from unsafe storage of firearms. 
SB 5711 Requiring universal background checks for firearms transfers. 
SB 5714 Establishing a task force on improving public health and safety regarding firearms. 
SB 5724 Modifying school district bidding requirements for improvement and repair projects.  Fiscal Note
SB 5788 Regarding water discharge fees.  Fiscal Note
SB 5798 Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy. 
SB 5833 Regulating interpreter services. 
SB 5864 Authorizing bonds for the financing of the Columbia river crossing project. 
SB 5888 Concerning the fuel tax used to determine fuel tax distributions to certain accounts. 
SB 5889 Modifying snowmobile parking permit and license fees.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Modifying snowmobile license fees.
  Fiscal Note
SB 5900 Strengthening the tax structure, tax equity, and essential governmental services by a voter-approved tax.  Fiscal Note
SB 5906 Maintaining access to state recreational lands managed by the department of natural resources. 
SB 5952 Incentivizing a long-term commitment to maintain and grow jobs in the aerospace industry in Washington state by extending the expiration date of aerospace tax preferences and expanding the sales and use tax exemption for the construction of new facilities used to manufacture superefficient airplanes to include the construction of new facilities used to manufacture commercial airplanes or the wings or fuselage of commercial airplanes.  Fiscal Note
SB 5953 Making appropriations specifically for activities related to the aerospace industry for permitting and training, including program development, staff, facilities, and equipment. 
SB 5958 Concerning accountability in providing opportunities for certain students to participate in transition services.  Fiscal Note
SB 5972 Specifying recovery for fire damages to public or private forested lands.  Fiscal Note
SB 5973 Creating the community forest trust account.  Fiscal Note
SB 6017 Modifying seizure and forfeiture provisions.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Concerning the use of proceeds from seizure and forfeiture activities from sexual exploitation of children and promoting prostitution.
  Fiscal Note
SB 6019 Creating a joint legislative task force to determine the most appropriate and effective delivery of electrical code adoption, rule-making, and inspection services. 
SB 6048 Concerning flame retardants.  Fiscal Note
SB 6074 Enacting provisions to improve educational outcomes for homeless students.  Fiscal Note
SB 6098 Increasing transparency of campaign contributions.  Fiscal Note
SB 6104 Establishing the interactive gaming in schools public-private partnership.  Fiscal Note
SB 6105 Concerning school library information and technology programs. 
SB 6107 Concerning implementation of the learning assistance program for students needing remediation.  Fiscal Note
SB 6108 Implementing linear K-3 class size reductions. 
SB 6124 Developing a state Alzheimer's plan.  Fiscal Note
SB 6126 Concerning representation of children in dependency matters.  Fiscal Note
SB 6142 Standards for detention of persons with mental disorders or chemical dependency. 
SB 6145 Declaring the Ostrea lurida the official oyster of the state of Washington. 
SB 6151 Concerning the creation of cultural access authorities.  Fiscal Note
SB 6168 Concerning review of licensing and employment decisions by the children's administration.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Concerning licensing and employment decisions by the children's administration.
  Fiscal Note
SB 6210 Simplifying procedures for obtaining an order for refund of property taxes.  Fiscal Note
SB 6235 Restoring the suspended inflationary increases in educational employee compensation.  Fiscal Note
SB 6246 Designating Washington's shoreline as a state maritime heritage area. 
SB 6262 Enhancing the safety of the transportation of oil. 
SB 6286 Concerning current use valuation for land primarily used for commercial horticultural purposes.  Fiscal Note
SB 6310 Clarifying the retention of biological material collected during criminal investigation.  Fiscal Note
SB 6312 Concerning state purchasing of mental health and chemical dependency treatment services.  Fiscal Note
SB 6314 Asserting that submission of DNA markers to a database be accessible only to qualified laboratory personnel.  Fiscal Note
SB 6318 Providing greater small business assistance by modifying the filing threshold for business and occupation tax purposes.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Providing greater small business assistance by modifying the filing threshold for excise tax purposes.
 
SB 6359 Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy. 
SB 6364 Concerning parental rights and responsibilities of sexual assault perpetrators and survivors. 
SB 6419 Concerning expanding access to medicaid programs in border communities.  Fiscal Note
SB 6439 Concerning preventing harassment, intimidation, and bullying in public schools.  Fiscal Note
SB 6449 Restricting the practice of sexual orientation change efforts. 
SB 6472 Simplifying the taxation of amusement, recreation, and physical fitness services.  Fiscal Note
SB 6517 Exempting agency employee driver's license numbers, identicard numbers, and identification numbers from public inspection and copying.
Revised for 1st Substitute: 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. )
 
SB 6521 Authorizing the imposition of a filing fee for certain property assessment appeal petitions.  Fiscal Note
SB 6523 Expanding higher education opportunities for certain students.  Fiscal Note
SB 6556 Studying barriers to access. 
SB 6564 Lowering to seventy-seven and one-half percent the sums collected and remitted under RCW 82.08.150 (1) and (2) that are deposited into the state general fund. 
SB 6574 Improving education financing. 
SB 6580 Providing clarification of activities that constitute official duties of statewide officials for purposes of ethics laws. 
SJM 8003 Requesting Congress to amend the Communications Decency Act. 
SJM 8012 Requesting that Congress enact legislation that would reinstate the separation of commercial and investment banking functions that were in effect under the Glass-Steagall act. 
SCR 8400 Calling joint sessions for various purposes. 
SR 8603 Recognizing the hard work and contributions made by the people and organizations that make Project Homeless Connect a continued success. 
SR 8604 Honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 
SR 8608 Honoring the achievements of the Montesano High School football team. 
SR 8609 Celebrating outdoor recreation in Washington state. 
SR 8610 Honoring the career of Senator Bob Morton. 
SR 8611 Reaffirming Washington's commitment to a strong relationship with Taiwan. 
SR 8612 Honoring Senator Jerome Delvin. 
SR 8613 Honoring the National Guard. 
SR 8615 Honoring Washington girls and women in sports. 
SR 8617 Celebrating the presence of Filipino-Americans. 
SR 8618 Acknowledging the seventy-first anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066, and recognizing Japanese-American internees and World War II veterans. 
SR 8619 Honoring civic education. 
SR 8620 Honoring students of Tahoma High School. 
SR 8621 Recognizing the Washington state wing of the Civil Air Patrol. 
SR 8622 Recognizing Gifted Education Day and Week. 
SR 8623 Offering best wishes for a fulfilling retirement to Consul General Gao Zhansheng. 
SR 8624 Congratulating the Seattle Seahawks. 
SR 8625 Celebrating the 100th birthday of Washington State Parks. 
SR 8626 Honoring athletes who participated in the 2013 Special Olympics. 
SR 8627 Regarding the 2013 Blessing of the Fleet. 
SR 8628 Honoring the life and legislative career of Senator Wojahn. 
SR 8629 Honoring the Seattle Raging Grannies. 
SR 8631 Honoring the legacy of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. 
SR 8634 Commemorating the career of U.S. Representative Norm Dicks. 
SR 8635 Honoring individuals with autism. 
SR 8638 Commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright. 
SR 8640 Honoring the Mark Morris High School girls bowling and basketball teams. 
SR 8641 Recognizing and expressing appreciation for Sea Service personnel. 
SR 8642 Celebrating the National Day of the Cowboy. 
SR 8644 Commending the Independent Colleges of Washington. 
SR 8646 Recognizing and honoring the Spokane Lilac Festival. 
SR 8647 Honoring the work of Seattle Children's Hospital. 
SR 8649 Celebrating the culture and heritage of Norway on May 17, 2013. 
SR 8651 Honoring Doris M. Brougham for her lifelong achievements. 
SR 8653 Celebrating the Washington State Apple Blossom Festival. 
SR 8654 Recognizing the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. 
SR 8659 Celebrating Red Hat Day. 
SR 8660 Honoring the 2013 National Teacher of the Year, Jeff Charbonneau. 
SR 8663 Commending Trooper Sean M. O'Connell Jr. for his exemplary service. 
SR 8664 Remembering the life and legacy of Senator Mike Carrell. 
SR 8665 Honoring the life and work of Nelson Mandela. 
SR 8669 Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 
SR 8672 Honoring the National Guard. 
SR 8673 Honoring individuals with autism. 
SR 8674 Celebrating Dairy Day at the legislature. 
SR 8676 Celebrating the Seattle Seahawks. 
SR 8678 Recognizing lung cancer as a public health priority. 
SR 8680 Honoring the life and work of Senator Paull Shin. 
SR 8682 Recognizing the Washington state wing of the Civil Air Patrol. 
SR 8683 Celebrating the accomplishments of Senator George Fleming. 
SR 8686 Honoring Captain William Swenson. 
SR 8687 Acknowledging the seventy-second anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066, and recognizing Japanese-American internees and World War II veterans. 
SR 8689 Recognizing National Donate Life Month. 
SR 8690 Celebrating the Washington State Apple Blossom Festival. 
SR 8691 Recognizing Kicks for a Cure. 
SR 8692 Honoring the life and legacy of Senator R. Ted Bottiger. 
SR 8694 Honoring women and girls in sports. 
SR 8695 Recognizing Restless Legs Syndrome. 
SR 8697 Honoring students from Tahoma High School. 
SR 8698 Commemorating the career of J. A. Bricker. 
SR 8702 Celebrating Navy Appreciation Day. 
SR 8705 Recognizing Judi Best. 
SR 8706 Recognizing athletes for their performances at the 2014 Winter Olympics. 
SR 8709 Honoring Norway's Constitution Day. 
SR 8710 Wishing the commercial fishing fleet a safe and prosperous season. 
SR 8711 Recognizing the Washington State Fair in Puyallup. 
SR 8712 Recognizing women in leadership. 
SR 8713 Honoring Staff Sergeant Ty Michael Carter. 
SR 8714 Honoring Sergeant Leroy Arthur Petry. 
SR 8720 Commending Ben Moore.