Representative Larry Haler

Biennium:

Prime Sponsored Bills


Bill NumberBrief Description
HB 1019 Regarding identification of requestors of public records. 
HB 1020 Prohibiting level III sex offenders from residing in a community protection zone.  Fiscal Note
HB 1021 Educating parents of the harmful effects of parental abduction.  Fiscal Note
HB 1022 Concerning the sampling of wine and beer at specialty stores.  Fiscal Note
HB 1041 Requiring proof of Washington residency for driver's license and identicard issuance. 
HB 1281 Allowing retail licensees to make group purchases under certain circumstances.  Fiscal Note
HB 1282 Eliminating the spirits retail license issuance fee. 
HB 1415 Allowing hydroelectric energy generation on irrigation district facilities to qualify for renewable energy credit.  Fiscal Note
HB 1459 Authorizing students under the age of twenty-one to taste wine in viticulture and enology programs. 
HB 1621 Regulating the hours of service for certain railroad employees.  Fiscal Note
HB 1705 Providing incentives for solar energy.  Fiscal Note
HB 1706 Allowing county treasurers to retain a portion of the state property tax to defray the costs of collection.  Fiscal Note
HB 1739 Requiring guidelines for the percentage of resident, nonresident, and foreign students at institutions of higher education.  Fiscal Note
HB 1797 Concerning tax collection by the county treasurer.  Fiscal Note
HB 1798 Concerning amounts received by taxing districts from property tax refunds and abatements. 
HB 1830 Addressing penalties for causing harm to dog guides, service animals, and on-duty search and rescue dogs. 
HB 1878 Restoring state need grant award amounts for students at private, nonprofit degree-granting institutions.  Fiscal Note
HB 1935 Concerning state parks and recreation.  Fiscal Note
HB 1944 Addressing vehicle license plate and registration fraud.  Fiscal Note
HB 1950 Designating certain hydroelectric generation from a generation facility located in irrigation pipes, irrigation canals, and wastewater pipes as an eligible renewable resource under chapter 19.285 RCW.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Designating certain hydroelectric generation from a generation facility located in irrigation pipes, irrigation canals, and wastewater pipes as an eligible renewable resource under chapter 19.285 RCW. (REVISED FOR ENGROSSED: Designating certain hydroelectric generation from a generation facility located in irrigation pipes, irrigation canals, water pipes whose primary purpose is for conveyance of water for domestic use, and wastewater pipes as an eligible renewable resource under chapter 19.285 RCW. )
 
HB 2109 Concerning the development of residency training programs to recruit and retain primary care physicians in rural and underserved areas of the state.  Fiscal Note
HB 2110 Creating a uniform business and occupation tax rate.  Fiscal Note
HB 2342 Restricting the use of certain parcels of public land to access a public body of water. 
HB 2417 Changing membership provisions of the Washington economic development finance authority. 
HB 2431 Recognizing military training for purposes of the state salary schedule for certificated instructional staff. 
HB 2623 Establishing a bill of rights for citizens, businesses, and project proponents who are subject to state agency action. 
HB 2624 Clarifying the applicability of child abduction statutes to residential provisions ordered by a court. 
HB 2660 Concerning a business and occupation tax credit for businesses that hire individuals with developmental disabilities.  Fiscal Note
HB 2718 Concerning railroad crews.  Fiscal Note
HB 2730 Concerning disclosure requirements in long-term care settings regarding autopsies. 
HB 2731 Auditing employers for compliance with industrial insurance provisions. 
HB 2733 Designating certain hydroelectric generation from a generation facility located in irrigation canals and certain pipes as an eligible renewable resource under chapter 19.285 RCW. 
HJR 4200 Amending the state Constitution to require that hydroelectric generation be recognized as a renewable resource. 
HJR 4201 Requiring a two-thirds majority vote for approval of tax increase legislation. 
HJR 4202 Requiring a balanced budget. 
HJR 4211 Requiring a three-fifths vote for approval of the omnibus operating appropriations act. 
HCR 4416 Approving specific statewide educational attainment goals. 

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 1043 Limiting differential tuition.  Fiscal Note
HB 1048 Regarding higher education governance.  Fiscal Note
HB 1109 Requiring institutions of higher education that offer an early course registration period to provide early registration for eligible veterans and national guard members.  Fiscal Note
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 1146 Concerning certified water right examiner bonding requirements.  Fiscal Note
HB 1160 Concerning excise taxation of required college instructional materials. 
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 1165 Prohibiting the state of Washington and its political subdivisions from adopting and developing environmental and developmental policies that would infringe or restrict private property rights without due process. 
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 1171 Prohibiting the release of defendants charged with a sex or violent offense without the payment of bail pending trial.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Clarifying pretrial release programs.
  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 1175 Increasing the number of superior court judges in Benton and Franklin counties jointly.  Fiscal Note
HB 1176 Restricting bonuses and other incentives in higher education. 
HB 1190 Requiring drug testing for recipients of benefits under the temporary assistance for needy families program.  Fiscal Note
HB 1201 Preventing animal cruelty.  Fiscal Note
HB 1202 Preventing animal cruelty.  Fiscal Note
HB 1208 Establishing the digital college in the high school pilot project.  Fiscal Note
HB 1211 Concerning primary election voters' pamphlets.  Fiscal Note
HB 1229 Creating the companion animal safety, population control, and spay/neuter assistance program.  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 1251 Increasing membership on the opportunity scholarship board.  Fiscal Note
HB 1293 Requiring school districts to disclose information about required assessments.  Fiscal Note
HB 1303 Extending the business and occupation tax credit for research and development.  Fiscal Note
HB 1320 Requiring an online higher education transfer and student advising system.  Fiscal Note
HB 1329 Creating a sales tax holiday for back-to-school clothing and supplies.  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 1380 Concerning prior authorization for health care services. 
HB 1384 Streamlining natural resources management. 
HB 1385 Modifying the time limit for state officials to solicit or accept contributions. 
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 1389 Addressing the rights of crime victims. 
HB 1390 Prohibiting local governments and state agencies from mandating the installation of fire sprinkler systems in agricultural structures. 
HB 1397 Adding a requirement to sexual health education to include elements of and consequences for conviction of sexual offenses where the victim is a minor. 
HB 1425 Removing the requirement that housing organizations apply to the Washington state quality award program. 
HB 1433 Creating a sentence for treatment program for juvenile offenders.  Fiscal Note
HB 1478 Providing a moratorium on rule making. 
HB 1492 Concerning waivers from school year requirements for purposes of economy and efficiency.  Fiscal Note
HB 1536 Changing requirements for membership on community and technical college boards of trustees.  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 1610 Calculating service credit for school administrators for alternate early retirement eligibility.  Fiscal Note
HB 1620 Concerning passenger-carrying vehicles for railroad employees.  Fiscal Note
HB 1622 Concerning tax credits for hiring individuals with developmental disabilities.  Fiscal Note
HB 1624 Restricting tuition increases for resident undergraduate students at four-year institutions of higher education.  Fiscal Note
HB 1647 Requiring landlords to maintain and safeguard keys to leased premises.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Requiring landlords to maintain and safeguard keys to dwelling units.
 
HB 1650 Supporting K-12 career education, exploration, and planning.  Fiscal Note
HB 1669 Concerning self-supporting, fee-based programs at four-year institutions of higher education.  Fiscal Note
HB 1683 Authorizing recognition of institutions of postsecondary study in order to retain federal financial aid eligibility.  Fiscal Note
HB 1686 Concerning high school equivalency certificates.  Fiscal Note
HB 1687 Concerning the taxing authority of public facilities districts.  Fiscal Note
HB 1699 Making energy conservation a top priority by adding new incentives and aligning the timing of the acquisitions of eligible renewable resources, electricity, or equivalent renewable energy credits, with the need for additional electric generating resources to serve consumers' loads, without changing the eligible renewable targets. 
HB 1716 Concerning the standard of evidence for appeals of valuation of property for purposes of taxation. 
HB 1725 Creating the tuition support fund program.  Fiscal Note
HB 1736 Concerning higher education operating efficiencies.  Fiscal Note
HB 1747 Developing and enforcing standards for the department of social and health services' supported living program.  Fiscal Note
HB 1753 Regulating interpreter services.  Fiscal Note
HB 1760 Concerning the replacement of like-in-kind household appliances. 
HB 1769 Creating efficiencies for institutions of higher education.  Fiscal Note
HB 1771 Establishing standards for the use of public unmanned aircraft systems.  Fiscal Note
HB 1774 Measuring performance of the child welfare system.
Revised for 1st Substitute: Measuring performance of the child welfare system. (REVISED FOR PASSED LEGISLATURE: Requiring measurement of performance and performance-based contracting of the child welfare system. )
  Fiscal Note
HB 1791 Concerning trafficking.  Fiscal Note
HB 1805 Concerning culinary class wine restaurant specialty licenses.  Fiscal Note
HB 1812 Extending the time frame for making expenditures under the urban school turnaround initiative. 
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 1929 Authorizing the inclusion of qualified trades people at public utility districts in the Washington public safety employees' retirement system.  Fiscal Note
HB 1934 Concerning visitation rights for persons, including grandparents, with an ongoing and substantial relationship with a child.  Fiscal Note
HB 1967 Concerning community redevelopment financing in apportionment districts.  Fiscal Note
HB 2019 Concerning the sales and distribution of spirits by distributors, restaurants, former contract liquor stores, and former state store auction buyers.  Fiscal Note
HB 2020 Expanding economic development and creating jobs by increasing the availability of ammunition and firearm parts and accessories in Washington state. 
HB 2025 Concerning design alternatives for the Columbia river crossing project. 
HB 2026 Concerning state auction liquor stores, providing a process for the successful bidders for such stores to seek refunds of the amount successfully bid, and providing for the sale of inventory. 
HB 2030 Modifying provisions that address impaired driving.  Fiscal Note
HB 2063 Establishing an education investment tax credit.  Fiscal Note
HB 2071 Authorizing expedited permitting and contracting for Washington state bridges deemed structurally deficient.  Fiscal Note
HB 2077 Concerning retail theft. 
HB 2080 Vacating convictions for certain tribal fishing activities.  Fiscal Note
HB 2083 Addressing probable cause for persons in violation of an impaired driving offense. 
HB 2084 Addressing impaired driving offenses that constitute a felony offense. 
HB 2085 Eliminating look back periods for impaired driving offenses. 
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 2091 Granting exemptions from state biofuel and biodiesel requirements. 
HB 2092 Prohibiting the use of transportation funds for public works of art or artistic designs.  Fiscal Note
HB 2093 Applying federal environmental review and protection requirements to transportation projects conducted by or for the department of transportation. 
HB 2094 Allocating state sales and use tax revenue derived from the state department of transportation expenditures to the motor vehicle account.  Fiscal Note
HB 2095 Reducing the cost of transportation projects by linking state conservation investments with mitigation requirements. 
HB 2096 Creating an exemption in the state environmental policy act for transportation projects in jurisdictions with comprehensive plans that were subject to an environmental analysis prior to adoption. 
HB 2097 Concerning street, road, highway, and Washington state ferries facility construction, maintenance, or repair activities conducted in accordance with best management practices of the Washington state department of transportation. 
HB 2099 Extending the expiration date for reporting requirements on timber purchases. 
HB 2103 Specifying recovery for fire damages to public or private forested lands. 
HB 2104 Providing contract information online for state capital and transportation projects. 
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 2106 Concerning primaries for county offices. 
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 2114 Clarifying the exemption in the public records act for customer information held by public utilities. 
HB 2115 Concerning the composition of the officer promotion board.  Fiscal Note
HB 2119 Designating Palouse falls as the state waterfall. 
HB 2122 Concerning sexually violent predators.  Fiscal Note
HB 2123 Modifying the transportation system policy goal of mobility.  Fiscal Note
HB 2126 Creating the community forest trust account.  Fiscal Note
HB 2129 Concerning veterans' homes.  Fiscal Note
HB 2130 Concerning the veterans innovations program.  Fiscal Note
HB 2132 Concerning architectural plans for school construction.  Fiscal Note
HB 2133 Maintaining privacy of student educational records.  Fiscal Note
HB 2137 Modifying provisions governing commercial motor vehicles.  Fiscal Note
HB 2160 Allowing physical therapists to perform spinal manipulation.  Fiscal Note
HB 2163 Establishing dextromethorphan provisions.  Fiscal Note
HB 2186 Concerning local government selection of the appropriate sewer systems as part of growth management. 
HB 2192 Promoting economic development through enhancing transparency and predictability of state agency permitting and review processes.  Fiscal Note
HB 2203 Amending the definition of commercial airplane for specific tax preferences to include other types of commercial aircraft to encourage the migration of good wage jobs in the state.  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 2212 Concerning the creation of cultural access programs.  Fiscal Note
HB 2215 Reconciling election laws.  Fiscal Note
HB 2216 Encouraging the inclusion of local history information in Washington state history and government curriculum. 
HB 2217 Encouraging school districts to work with community partners to improve the utilization of K-12 capital facilities. 
HB 2219 Concerning golf cart zones established by cities or counties.  Fiscal Note
HB 2228 Providing parity of consumer protection procedures for all students attending licensed private vocational schools.  Fiscal Note
HB 2229 Concerning long-term funding for a state tourism marketing program. 
HB 2237 Concerning cosmetology training and licensure requirements.  Fiscal Note
HB 2252 Addressing the fiscal impacts of bills and budgets. 
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 2288 Limiting the authority of growth management hearings boards to hear petitions challenging the regulation of permit exempt wells.  Fiscal Note
HB 2336 Increasing transparency in higher education by requiring certain departmental budget detail to be available online.  Fiscal Note
HB 2353 Concerning actions for trespass upon a business owner's premises. 
HB 2357 Concerning state general obligation bonds for flood hazard reduction and storm water projects.  Fiscal Note
HB 2373 Enacting provisions to improve educational outcomes for homeless students.  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 2387 Declaring the Ostrea lurida the official oyster of the state of Washington. 
HB 2397 Concerning Medal of Honor special license plates.  Fiscal Note
HB 2398 Permitting community colleges that confer applied baccalaureate degrees to confer honorary bachelor of applied science degrees.  Fiscal Note
HB 2408 Removing the statutory provision that allows members of plan 3 of the public employees' retirement system, school employees' retirement system, and teachers' retirement system to select a new contribution rate option each year.  Fiscal Note
HB 2412 Addressing license issuance fees imposed on spirits retail licensees.  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 2422 Restoring the suspended inflationary increases in educational employee compensation.  Fiscal Note
HB 2429 Creating the Washington advance higher education loan program.  Fiscal Note
HB 2443 Requiring earnings and employment data for completers of higher education degrees, apprenticeships, and certificates awarded by institutions of higher education.  Fiscal Note
HB 2444 Requiring the court to consider evidence of domestic violence when ordering maintenance. 
HB 2464 Modifying assault in the third degree provisions.  Fiscal Note
HB 2474 Creating the save toward a retirement today retirement savings plan.  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 2504 Prohibiting mandatory child support for postsecondary education of adult children. 
HB 2505 Requiring photo identification on electronic benefit cards.  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 2509 Authorizing municipalities to prohibit the possession of marijuana and marijuana-based products within their jurisdictional boundaries. 
HB 2511 Requiring qualifying patients or designated providers to obtain permits to grow or provide medical marijuana. 
HB 2531 Changing explicit alternative routes to teacher certification program requirements to expectations for program outcomes.  Fiscal Note
HB 2535 Concerning review of licensing, unsupervised access to children, and employment decisions by the children's administration.  Fiscal Note
HB 2546 Decodifying, expiring, and making technical clarifications to higher education provisions.  Fiscal Note
HB 2580 Fostering economic resilience and development in Washington by supporting the maritime industry and other manufacturing sectors.  Fiscal Note
HB 2586 Adding transparency to elections through the installation of web camera surveillance systems. 
HB 2596 Providing that sales and use taxes imposed by rural counties may be used for purchasing water rights for water banking. 
HB 2603 Revising county road vacation authority. 
HB 2612 Changing provisions relating to the opportunity scholarship.  Fiscal Note
HB 2613 Creating efficiencies for institutions of higher education.  Fiscal Note
HB 2617 Regulating interpreter services.  Fiscal Note
HB 2619 Creating the state need pay it forward program.  Fiscal Note
HB 2626 Concerning statewide educational attainment goals.  Fiscal Note
HB 2640 Creating a sales tax holiday for school instructional material for higher education students.  Fiscal Note
HB 2644 Concerning coercion of involuntary servitude.  Fiscal Note
HB 2651 Requiring creation of a higher education transparency web site.  Fiscal Note
HB 2653 Providing higher education degree production incentives.  Fiscal Note
HB 2669 Expanding DNA databases to include DNA from certain arrestees. 
HB 2671 Clarifying the application of tax exemptions for vehicles powered by clean alternative fuels.  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. 
HB 2677 Establishing a process for the payment of impact fees through provisions stipulated in recorded covenants.  Fiscal Note
HB 2678 Providing greater small business assistance by modifying the filing threshold for excise tax purposes.  Fiscal Note
HB 2679 Concerning the expenditure limit for the state universal communications services program. 
HB 2680 Establishing a caterer's license to sell spirits, beer, and wine.  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 2686 Requiring public schools to provide tap water to students during school lunches. 
HB 2694 Creating an informational program to increase applications from high-achieving low-income students to selective institutions of higher education.  Fiscal Note
HB 2701 Concerning prior offenses within fifteen years for driving under the influence or physical control of a vehicle violations. 
HB 2702 Modifying organized retail theft provisions. 
HB 2703 Protecting state hospital workers. 
HB 2704 Creating a sentence enhancement for body armor. 
HB 2720 Creating the pay it forward program.  Fiscal Note
HB 2768 Concerning reporting by lobbyists and lobbyists' employers. 
HB 2769 Providing a sales and use tax exemption for sales and uses related to eligible server equipment and power infrastructures installed in eligible computer data centers. 
HB 2771 Creating an expedited permitting and contracting process for bridges owned by local governments that are deemed structurally deficient. 
HB 2773 Creating an Americans with disabilities act parking sticker authorizing the operation of wheeled all-terrain vehicles in recreation areas for persons with disabilities.  Fiscal Note
HB 2781 Managing the development and operation of passenger rail service within the Cascade rail corridor. 
HB 2788 Requiring a review of exempt and civil service employee practices and policies at public four-year institutions of higher education. 
HJM 4002 Requesting the federal government to stand firmly with Israel. 
HJR 4206 Placing restrictions on tax increases. 
HJR 4207 Amending the state Constitution to modify eligibility requirements for superior court judges. 
HJR 4210 Providing for community redevelopment financing in apportionment districts.  Fiscal Note
HJR 4212 Amending the state Constitution to provide continuity of state and local government during emergencies and disasters.  Fiscal Note
HJR 4217 Amending the Constitution regarding the people's right of access to information concerning the conduct of the people's business. 
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 4611 Commending the Independent Colleges of Washington. 
HR 4616 Honoring Presidents' Day. 
HR 4617 Recognizing Japanese-American World War II veterans and internees. 
HR 4620 Honoring Peace Corps volunteers and recognizing the 2013 Top Peace Corps Volunteer-Producing Colleges. 
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 4633 Recognizing the Colton Wildcats Girls Basketball team. 
HR 4637 Honoring the efforts of brain injury awareness organizations and individuals. 
HR 4640 Celebrating Gifted Education Day. 
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 4648 Honoring Don C. Brunell. 
HR 4650 Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1963 American Mt. Everest Expedition. 
HR 4653 Recognizing the Washington state commercial fishing fleet. 
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 4663 Honoring the career achievements of former City of Issaquah Mayor Ava Frisinger. 
HR 4664 Recognizing the United States flag. 
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 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 4691 Honoring Dom Cooks. 
HR 4694 Honoring Glenn Crellin. 
HR 4696 Honoring J.R. Celski. 
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.