Noah Martin - February, 2017

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1701 4th Ave W
Olympia, WA 98502
United States

Phone:
(505) 231-9189
Amended: March 16, 2017 - 4:26 am
Amended: March 16, 2017 - 4:21 am
Filed: March 16, 2017 - 4:19 am

Personal Expenses

Personal expenses reimbursed by employer.
EmployerAmount
Quaker Voice on Washington Public Policy25.84
Sum of all personal expenses not reimbursed by employer.

$25.84

Compensation

Detailed compensation by employer.
EmployerAmount
Quaker Voice on Washington Public Policy2000.00
Payments to sub-contracted lobbyists.

No payments to sub-contracted lobbyists reported for February, 2017

Entertainment

Itemized entertainment expenses.

No itemized entertainment expenses reported for February, 2017

Non-itemized entertainment expenses.

No non-itemized entertainment expenses reported for February, 2017

Contributions

Reporting of all monetary and in-kind contributions made by the lobbyist or transmitted by the lobbyist on behalf of the lobbyist's client, PACs or other contributors.
Itemized contributions by employer.

No itemized contributions by employer reported for February, 2017

Itemized contributions by employer's PAC.

No itemized contributions by employer's PAC reported for February, 2017

Other itemized contributions.

No other itemized contributions reported for February, 2017

Non-itemized contributions by employer.

No non-itemized contributions by employer reported for February, 2017

Total of all other non-itemized contributions.

No other non-itemized contributions reported for February, 2017

PAC contribution activity

Reporting of PAC contribution activity for contributions not made by or transmitted by the lobbyist. This section only indicates that the lobbyist was aware of the contribution activity but did not take part and is not reporting any dollar amounts.
PAC contributions not transmitted by lobbyist.

No PAC contribution activity reported for February, 2017

Advertising

Itemized reporting of expenses for advertising, printing, informational literature.
Advertising.

No advertising expenses reported for February, 2017

Political ads

Itemized reporting of expenses for political ads, public relations, polling, telemarketing, etc.
Political ads.

No political advertising expenses reported for February, 2017

Other lobbying expenses

Payments by the Lobbyist for other lobbying expenses and services, including payments to subcontract lobbyists, expert witnesses and others retained to provide lobbying services or assistance in lobbying and payments for grass-roots lobbying campaigns.
Detailed expenses.

No other lobbying expenses reported for February, 2017

Lobbying activities

All subject areas lobbied for each employer and time spent lobbying.
Subject area(s) lobbied.
EmployerSubject Matter of Proposed LegislationIssue or bill numberPersons, Legislative committee or State Agency considering the matter
Quaker Voice on Washington Public PolicyHuman servicesHB 1566House Committee on Early Learning & Human Services, House Committee on Appropriations, House Rules Committee
Quaker Voice on Washington Public PolicyFiscalTANF, HENS/ABDRep. Chopp, Rep. Sawyer, Rep. Dolan, Sen. Ranker, Sen. Wellman, Sen. Darnielle, Sen. Frockt, Sen. Hunt, Sen. Palumbo, Sen. Rolfes, Sen. Kuderer
Quaker Voice on Washington Public PolicyFinancial institutions and insuranceSB 5464Senate Committee on Financial Institutions & Insurance, Senator Hasegawa
Quaker Voice on Washington Public PolicyLaw and justiceHB 1783, HB 1889, SB 5465, HB 1935, HB 1529House Public Safety Committee, Senate Law & Justice Committee, House Rules Committee, House Finance Committee, Senate Rules Committee, Senate Ways & Means Committee, Rep. Doglio, Rep. Ryu, WA Department of Corrections
Quaker Voice on Washington Public PolicyEnvironmental Affairs - natural resources - parksHB 1646, HB 1596, HB 1611, HB 1048House Environment Committee, House Committee on Technology & Economic Development, House Finance Committee, House Rules Committee, House Finance Committee, Sen. Ericksen, Rep. Doglio, Sen. Litzow
Percent of time spent lobbying the legislature.

98.00%

Percent of time spent lobbying state agencies.

2.00%