Senator Maralyn Chase

Biennium:

Prime Sponsored Bills


Bill NumberBrief Description
SB 5073 Concerning the disclosure of foods produced through genetic engineering.  Fiscal Note
SB 5074 Concerning the imposition of a fee on certain building permits for the purpose of training code enforcement officials.  Fiscal Note
SB 5075 Concerning homeowners' association assessment increases. 
SB 5166 Concerning fiscal reform.  Fiscal Note
SB 5167 Regarding the ability of a local legislative authority to regulate genetically modified organisms.  Fiscal Note
SB 5168 Removing the insurance premium tax credit under the Washington insurance guaranty association act.  Fiscal Note
SB 5202 Creating the companion animal safety, population control, and spay/neuter assistance program.  Fiscal Note
SB 5247 Regarding the assignment of intellectual property rights at institutions of higher education.  Fiscal Note
SB 5248 Creating a tax on plastic shopping bags.  Fiscal Note
SB 5249 Creating a business and occupation tax credit for hiring certain persons in manufacturing.  Fiscal Note
SB 5250 Concerning petroleum-based beverage bottles.  Fiscal Note
SB 5251 Exempting certain manufacturing research and development activities from business and occupation taxation.  Fiscal Note
SB 5252 Regarding the use of certain food service products. 
SB 5253 Regarding retail store carryout bags.  Fiscal Note
SB 5254 Protecting salmon and steelhead spawning beds. 
SB 5255 Protecting environmental quality and human health.  Fiscal Note
SB 5340 Limiting maximum capital and reserves accumulations by health care service contractors and health maintenance organizations. 
SB 5424 Concerning paint stewardship.  Fiscal Note
SB 5429 Increasing accountability for the tax preferences for manufacturing machinery and equipment by requiring a net benefit to the state and deferring sales and use tax.  Fiscal Note
SB 5557 Encouraging educating students on the content and importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 
SB 5567 Changing requirements for membership on community and technical college boards of trustees. 
SB 5621 Concerning certified payroll records on public works projects.  Fiscal Note
SB 5660 Regarding firearms safety education programs.  Fiscal Note
SB 5769 Adding electricity from hydroelectric generation projects with a generating capacity of thirty megawatts or less that do not impede migrating fish to the definition of an eligible renewable resource for the purposes of chapter 19.285 RCW. 
SB 5782 Establishing standards for the use of public unmanned aircraft systems. 
SB 5814 Concerning for hire vehicles, limousines, and taxicabs. 
SB 5823 Creating a pilot program for the collection of payroll records on public works projects. 
SB 5827 Addressing service credit for certain school employee service workers.  Fiscal Note
SB 5828 Concerning the transition of residents of residential habilitation centers. 
SB 5830 Addressing alternate early retirement for certain school employee service workers.  Fiscal Note
SB 5926 Regarding aerospace competitiveness. 
SB 5928 Requiring an audit of the state universities. 
SB 5938 Incorporating state tax expenditures into the state budget process. 
SB 6008 Modifying water-sewer district provisions. 
SB 6154 Concerning measures that will provide energy assistance for low-income families within the framework of the energy independence act. 
SB 6184 Regarding genetically modified finfish. 
SB 6185 Concerning floating houses in harbor areas.  Fiscal Note
SB 6285 Concerning water conservation appliances. 
SB 6343 Regarding genetically engineered fin fish. 
SB 6417 Involving communities in environmental decision making. 
SB 6476 Increasing the dollar limits for small works roster projects. 
SB 6477 Increasing tax exemption transparency and accountability. 
SB 6492 Concerning statements made by juveniles during assessments or screenings for mental health or chemical dependency treatment. 
SB 6493 Concerning access to juvenile records. 
SB 6494 Concerning local transit revenue. 
SB 6498 Providing incentives for recycling beverage containers. 
SB 6518 Transferring technology-based economic development programs from innovate Washington to the department of commerce.
Revised for 2nd Substitute: Terminating the operations of innovate Washington and transferring property from innovate Washington to Washington State University and the department of commerce. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Abolishing innovate Washington and transferring its mission, powers, duties, functions, and property to Washington State University and the department of commerce. )
  Fiscal Note
SB 6530 Restoring cost-of-living increases for educational employees. 
SB 6531 Establishing the minimum wage for classified school employees. 
SB 6561 Requiring notice of legislative committee hearings. 
SJM 8006 Promoting the use of the Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program in preschools, early learning programs, and schools. 
SJM 8011 Concerning international trade policy reforms. 
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. 
SJR 8207 Amending the Constitution to allow an income tax. 
SR 8619 Honoring civic education. 
SR 8719 Recognizing Walla Walla Community College. 

Secondary Sponsored Bills


Bill NumberBrief Description
SB 5009 Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy. 
SB 5029 Creating the Washington investment trust.  Fiscal Note
SB 5038 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. 
SB 5040 Incorporating state tax expenditures into the state budget process.  Fiscal Note
SB 5078 Modifying the property tax exemption for nonprofit fairs.  Fiscal Note
SB 5085 Concerning voter approval of a high capacity transportation system plan and financing plan. 
SB 5162 Prohibiting a child custody award to a suspect in an active murder investigation. 
SB 5163 Requiring that child protective service workers be licensed as social workers and bonded.  Fiscal Note
SB 5173 Excusing work and school absences for a reason of faith or conscience.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Respecting holidays of faith and conscience.
 
SB 5174 Concerning taxpayer accountability by requiring a net benefit to the state in order to claim the benefit of a tax expenditure.  Fiscal Note
SB 5179 Removing the one-year waiting period for veterans or active members of the military for purposes of eligibility for resident tuition.  Fiscal Note
SB 5181 Concerning flame retardants.  Fiscal Note
SB 5182 Addressing the disclosure of vehicle owner information.  Fiscal Note
SB 5185 Concerning the powers of water-sewer districts. 
SB 5186 Concerning contractor's bond. 
SB 5203 Preventing animal cruelty. 
SB 5204 Preventing animal cruelty. 
SB 5222 Concerning industrial hemp.  Fiscal Note
SB 5223 Adding children victims of trafficking to the definition of abuse and neglect. 
SB 5224 Concerning the Washington health security trust.  Fiscal Note
SB 5228 Concerning public notification of local health conditions. 
SB 5229 Concerning the penalty schedule for alcohol and drug violators. 
SB 5230 Prohibiting smoking in vehicles containing children. 
SB 5261 Prohibiting certain liquor self-checkout machines. 
SB 5291 Concerning the signing and receipt of ballots. 
SB 5308 Establishing the commercially sexually exploited children statewide coordinating committee. 
SB 5309 Authorizing certain water-sewer districts to use the job order contracting procedure. 
SB 5310 Creating a senior center license.  Fiscal Note
SB 5318 Removing the one-year waiting period for veterans or active members of the military for purposes of eligibility for resident tuition.  Fiscal Note
SB 5346 Restoring funding to in-home care services.  Fiscal Note
SB 5350 Modifying collective bargaining law related to providing additional compensation for academic employees at community and technical colleges. 
SB 5366 Requiring the office of the superintendent of public instruction to assist school districts in disclosing information about required assessments. 
SB 5375 Modifying assault in the third degree provisions. 
SB 5389 Concerning sibling visitation for children in foster care.
Revised for 2nd Substitute: Concerning sibling visitation and sibling contact for children in foster care. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Concerning limitations on visitation or contact with children in foster care. )
  Fiscal Note
SB 5393 Extending apprenticeship utilization requirements. 
SB 5394 Requiring use of resident workers on public works.  Fiscal Note
SB 5395 Extending the application of prevailing wage requirements. 
SB 5413 Expanding metal theft provisions.  Fiscal Note
SB 5418 Concerning county property tax levies.  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 5428 Creating initiatives in high schools to save lives in the event of cardiac arrest. 
SB 5437 Regarding boating safety.  Fiscal Note
SB 5438 Using conservation achieved by a qualifying utility in excess of its biennial acquisition target under the energy independence act. 
SB 5440 Creating support public schools special license plates.  Fiscal Note
SB 5443 Creating greater efficiency in the offices of county assessors by allowing notification via electronic means. 
SB 5444 Creating greater efficiency in the offices of county assessor by eliminating the requirement to annually appraise tax-exempt government properties.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Concerning the administration of taxes regarding publicly owned property.
  Fiscal Note
SB 5451 Supporting music education for young children in public schools.  Fiscal Note
SB 5473 Enacting the Washington voting rights act of 2013.  Fiscal Note
SB 5481 Developing and enforcing standards for the department of social and health services' supported living program. 
SB 5482 Concerning the federal basic health option of the affordable care act.  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 5490 Concerning veterans' assistance levies.  Fiscal Note
SB 5491 Establishing statewide indicators of educational health.  Fiscal Note
SB 5496 Authorizing approval of online school programs in private schools.  Fiscal Note
SB 5505 Encouraging valid voter signatures on petitions count and timely validation of signatures. 
SB 5511 Creating the Washington state preservation of liberty act condemning the unlawful detention of United States citizens and lawful resident aliens under the national defense authorization act. 
SB 5533 Fostering economic development through revitalization of abandoned and vacant properties.  Fiscal Note
SB 5549 Concerning the education of surgical technologists. 
SB 5552 Improving child support collections by requiring reporting of compensation and establishing an intercept program.  Fiscal Note
SB 5568 Concerning the disclosure of certain information when screening tenants. 
SB 5576 Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy.  Fiscal Note
SB 5586 Requiring the certificate of need review to include a determination of whether hospitals are able to provide a full range of legal medical services. 
SB 5589 Providing for a simple majority of voters voting to authorize school district bonds. 
SB 5594 Establishing minimum standards for sick and safe leave from employment.  Fiscal Note
SB 5598 Concerning the disposition of surplus property for the development of affordable housing.  Fiscal Note
SB 5615 Concerning the health professional loan repayment and scholarship program.  Fiscal Note
SB 5624 Aligning high-demand secondary STEM or career and technical education programs with applied baccalaureate programs.  Fiscal Note
SB 5625 Requiring universal background checks for firearms transfers. 
SB 5626 Concerning the practice of midwifery. 
SB 5632 Concerning the performance of spinal manipulation by physical therapists. 
SB 5635 Granting courts discretion to deny restoration of firearm rights to a person who has been involuntarily committed for mental health treatment when it appears the person is likely to engage in violent or unsafe behaviors. 
SB 5637 Concerning primary election voters' pamphlets.  Fiscal Note
SB 5642 Raising the minimum state funding assistance percentage for the school construction assistance program.  Fiscal Note
SB 5643 Concerning exemptions from the five-year time limit for recipients of the temporary assistance for needy families program.  Fiscal Note
SB 5646 Concerning high school equivalency certificates.  Fiscal Note
SB 5650 Allowing certain separated plan 2 members of the retirement systems to participate in insurance plans and contracts.  Fiscal Note
SB 5651 Concerning postretirement employment. 
SB 5652 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. 
SB 5655 Expanding existing higher education financial aid programs to state residents.  Fiscal Note
SB 5664 Establishing a process for the payment of impact fees through provisions stipulated in recorded covenants.  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 5677 Authorizing the establishment of a water management board in the Methow watershed.  Fiscal Note
SB 5679 Improving the business climate and stimulating job creation by requiring certain agencies to establish a formal review process of existing rules.  Fiscal Note
SB 5680 Promoting economic development by providing information to businesses.  Fiscal Note
SB 5694 Improving protections for incapacitated adults. 
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 5718 Providing monitoring of the development of a one-stop portal for Washington businesses.  Fiscal Note
SB 5740 Concerning the exemption for property owned by nonprofit religious organizations. 
SB 5742 Addressing drayage truck operators at certain ports. 
SB 5752 Extending the expiration date of the existing business and occupation tax rate for the manufacture and wholesale of certain solar energy systems.  Fiscal Note
SB 5757 Concerning standards and policies governing information technology.  Fiscal Note
SB 5759 Concerning data collection and operational cost funding for the Washington state economic development commission.  Fiscal Note
SB 5765 Promoting economic development through business and government streamlining projects.  Fiscal Note
SB 5777 Requiring an audit of the state universities. 
SB 5781 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
SB 5798 Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy. 
SB 5839 Creating a cause of action for the protection of employees acting in furtherance of public policy. 
SB 5840 Concerning foreclosure.  Fiscal Note
SB 5864 Authorizing bonds for the financing of the Columbia river crossing project. 
SB 5885 Concerning instruction in Spanish and Chinese languages. 
SB 5900 Strengthening the tax structure, tax equity, and essential governmental services by a voter-approved tax.  Fiscal Note
SB 5909 Expanding STEM education to include the arts. 
SB 5948 Concerning state procurement of goods and services. 
SB 5954 Regarding industrial hemp.  Fiscal Note
SB 5955 Establishing the Washington publicly owned trust in order to create a financing infrastructure to implement Initiative Measure No. 502 that complies with the United States attorney general's guidance letter of August 29, 2013, thereby providing resources for public infrastructure and other public purposes.  Fiscal Note
SB 5958 Concerning accountability in providing opportunities for certain students to participate in transition services.  Fiscal Note
SB 5959 Concerning professional educator learning days. 
SB 5963 Concerning the composition of the officer promotion board.  Fiscal Note
SB 5971 Concerning the continuity of government and operations in the event of an emergency, disaster, or attack.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Implementing plans and protections in the event of a cyber attack, emergency, or disaster.
  Fiscal Note
SB 6018 Concerning the training of code enforcement officials.  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 6033 Providing parity of consumer protection procedures for all students attending licensed private vocational schools.  Fiscal Note
SB 6045 Promoting economic development through enhancing transparency and predictability of state agency permitting and review processes.  Fiscal Note
SB 6048 Concerning flame retardants.  Fiscal Note
SB 6057 Concerning tax credits for hiring individuals with developmental disabilities.  Fiscal Note
SB 6059 Concerning charges for scanning public records.  Fiscal Note
SB 6120 Concerning funding the public works assistance account. 
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 6155 Concerning current use valuation for farm and agricultural land.  Fiscal Note
SB 6161 Requiring state funding to support professional development for K-12 educators.  Fiscal Note
SB 6166 Concerning the use of credit cards for campaign expenditures. 
SB 6172 Protecting Washington citizens from warrantless surveillance, reducing liability, and establishing clear standards under which agencies may utilize unmanned aerial vehicles.  Fiscal Note
SB 6195 Concerning long-term funding for a state tourism marketing program.  Fiscal Note
SB 6197 Concerning pro rata credits for service outages to telecommunications consumers. 
SB 6201 Creating an optional life annuity benefit for plan 2 members of the law enforcement officers' and firefighters' retirement system.  Fiscal Note
SB 6208 Preserving the integrity of veterans' benefit-related services.  Fiscal Note
SB 6209 Concerning expanded learning opportunities.  Fiscal Note
SB 6210 Simplifying procedures for obtaining an order for refund of property taxes.  Fiscal Note
SB 6214 Concerning industrial hemp production.  Fiscal Note
SB 6215 Clarifying and correcting RCW 82.08.962 and 82.12.962 regarding the sales and use tax treatment of machinery and equipment purchases by companies producing pipeline-quality natural gas using landfill gas.  Fiscal Note
SB 6225 Concerning restoration of funding to in-home care services. 
SB 6227 Enhancing public safety by reducing distracted driving incidents caused by the use of personal wireless communications devices.  Fiscal Note
SB 6230 Strengthening the tax structure, tax equity, and essential governmental services by a voter-approved tax.  Fiscal Note
SB 6231 Requiring the health care authority to develop a blueprint for the establishment of a federal basic health program. 
SB 6235 Restoring the suspended inflationary increases in educational employee compensation.  Fiscal Note
SB 6236 Authorizing an increase in the total outstanding indebtedness of the higher education facilities authority. 
SB 6241 Requiring that reports be submitted to legislative education committees.  Fiscal Note
SB 6242 Concerning waivers from the one hundred eighty-day school year requirement. 
SB 6257 Ordering the caseload forecast council to publish sentencing information concerning racial disproportionality. 
SB 6258 Using conservation achieved by a qualifying utility in excess of its biennial acquisition target under the energy independence act. 
SB 6268 Extending the alternative fuel vehicle retail sales and use tax exemption.  Fiscal Note
SB 6275 Concerning Indian tribes and dental health aide therapy services. 
SB 6291 Concerning tenant screening. 
SB 6292 Concerning tenant relocation assistance. 
SB 6313 Concerning a surcharge for local homeless housing and assistance.  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 6320 Concerning basic education minimum instructional hours.  Fiscal Note
SB 6324 Disposing tax foreclosed property to cities for affordable housing purposes. 
SB 6327 Expanding the categories of offenses eligible for the parenting program with the department of corrections.  Fiscal Note
SB 6332 Requiring a policy and procedures for notifying parents that their child was injured on school property.  Fiscal Note
SB 6339 Concerning coercion of involuntary servitude. 
SB 6345 Concerning the arrest of individuals who suffer from chemical dependency.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Creating a pilot program in Snohomish county for the arrest of individuals who suffer from chemical dependency.
  Fiscal Note
SB 6348 Concerning personal financial affairs reporting by public hospital district officials. 
SB 6352 Providing an exemption for certain lodging services from the convention and trade center tax.  Fiscal Note
SB 6358 Requiring institutions of higher education to provide certain financial aid information to admitted and prospective students.  Fiscal Note
SB 6359 Concerning health plan coverage for the voluntary termination of a pregnancy. 
SB 6368 Adjusting the dollar threshold for substantial development under the shoreline management act for certain pleasure craft-related construction. 
SB 6376 Including information on preventing sexual abuse and violence in sexual health education. 
SB 6389 Concerning mandatory multiple consecutive enhancements in imposing a sentence outside the standard sentence range. 
SB 6390 Forming the juvenile sentencing task force to review and make recommendations regarding juvenile sentencing matters.  Fiscal Note
SB 6396 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
SB 6398 Concerning child support. 
SB 6406 Modifying when to display vehicle headlights. 
SB 6408 Authorizing physician assistants to perform opthalmic-related services under employment or supervision by a medical doctor or an osteopathic physician. 
SB 6409 Implementing changes to child support based on the child support schedule work group report. 
SB 6410 Concerning surname changes after the solemnization of a marriage. 
SB 6412 Concerning tax, penalty, and interest assessments on claims for collection of sales tax debt.  Fiscal Note
SB 6419 Concerning expanding access to medicaid programs in border communities.  Fiscal Note
SB 6420 Concerning investigations involving vulnerable adults.  Fiscal Note
SB 6423 Changing provisions relating to the opportunity scholarship.  Fiscal Note
SB 6425 Providing direction to public hospital districts regarding limits on delegation of authority pursuant to joint venture agreements. 
SB 6426 Increasing the available funding limit of the linked deposit program.  Fiscal Note
SB 6427 Creating the Puget Sound port authority. 
SB 6429 Concerning the expiration of the advisory committee on the disproportionate representation of children of color in Washington's child welfare system.  Fiscal Note
SB 6434 Concerning seizure and forfeiture of property for patronizing a prostitute. 
SB 6435 Ordering mandatory restitution for sexual exploitation of children.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Concerning victims of sexual exploitation of children.
 
SB 6437 Concerning registration requirements for contractors.  Fiscal Note
SB 6441 Concerning consumer warranty protections. 
SB 6449 Restricting the practice of sexual orientation change efforts. 
SB 6451 Concerning the school construction assistance program.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Creating a legislative task force to study eligibility concerns for school construction assistance grants.
  Fiscal Note
SB 6473 Concerning railroad crews. 
SB 6480 Exempting information concerning archaeological resources and traditional cultural places from public disclosure. 
SB 6486 Creating a sales tax holiday for school instructional material for higher education students.  Fiscal Note
SB 6497 Concerning the minority and women's business enterprises account.  Fiscal Note
SB 6506 Enhancing the safety of employees working for western state hospital and eastern state hospital through collective bargaining and binding interest arbitration. 
SB 6515 Creating a pilot program that provides incentives for investments in Washington state job creation and economic development.  Fiscal Note
SB 6516 Creating a joint legislative task force to study financing options for water supply, flood control, and storm water projects.  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 6520 Changing provisions relating to the early learning advisory council. 
SB 6523 Expanding higher education opportunities for certain students.  Fiscal Note
SB 6532 Establishing competitive wages for beginning teacher salaries. 
SB 6546 Restoring resources to the capital budget. 
SB 6548 Protecting taxpayers by providing for accountability and transparency in government contracting. 
SB 6556 Studying barriers to access. 
SB 6567 Adjusting the oil spill response tax and oil spill administration tax.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Imposing the oil spill response tax and oil spill administration tax on crude oil received by rail.
  Fiscal Note
SB 6574 Improving education financing. 
SB 6576 Concerning oil spill prevention and response.  Fiscal Note
SJM 8003 Requesting Congress to amend the Communications Decency Act. 
SJM 8005 Requesting that state route number 117 be designated as the POW/MIA Memorial Highway. 
SJM 8007 Requesting Congress pass legislation imposing a fee on United States bound cargo when it crosses the Canadian border.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Requesting that congress pass legislation reforming the harbor maintenance tax.
 
SJM 8009 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. 
SJM 8013 Requesting that a portion of state route number 395 be named the Thomas Stephen "Tom" Foley Memorial Highway.  Fiscal Note
SJM 8014 Requesting the permanent siting and development of a federal nuclear waste repository. 
SJM 8015 Requesting Congress implement certain increased safety measures for tank rail cars. 
SJR 8211 Amending the state Constitution to provide continuity of state and local government during emergencies and disasters. 
SCR 8409 Approving the workforce training and education coordinating board's high skills high wages plan. 
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 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 8616 Honoring the legacy of women legislators. 
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 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 8626 Honoring athletes who participated in the 2013 Special Olympics. 
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 8641 Recognizing and expressing appreciation for Sea Service personnel. 
SR 8643 Proclaiming Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day. 
SR 8648 Honoring Consul General Kiyokazu Ota of Japan. 
SR 8651 Honoring Doris M. Brougham for her lifelong achievements. 
SR 8654 Recognizing the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. 
SR 8655 Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1963 American Mt. Everest Expedition. 
SR 8656 Recognizing the Owen family and honoring Tim and Cheryl Owen. 
SR 8659 Celebrating Red Hat Day. 
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 8676 Celebrating the Seattle Seahawks. 
SR 8680 Honoring the life and work of Senator Paull Shin. 
SR 8681 Commemorating the 125th anniversary of the Enabling Act. 
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 8690 Celebrating the Washington State Apple Blossom Festival. 
SR 8692 Honoring the life and legacy of Senator R. Ted Bottiger. 
SR 8694 Honoring women and girls in sports. 
SR 8697 Honoring students from Tahoma High School. 
SR 8698 Commemorating the career of J. A. Bricker. 
SR 8700 Recognizing former Lynnwood Mayor, Don Gough. 
SR 8705 Recognizing Judi Best. 
SR 8706 Recognizing athletes for their performances at the 2014 Winter Olympics. 
SR 8707 Recognizing women in leadership. 
SR 8709 Honoring Norway's Constitution Day. 
SR 8710 Wishing the commercial fishing fleet a safe and prosperous season. 
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.