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Senator Bruce Maloch (D)
650 Columbia Road 258, Magnolia, 71753
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Phone870-235-7040
Emailbruce.maloch@senate.ar.gov
District12
Seniority Number24
OccupationBanker/Attorney/Farmer
Church AffiliationBaptist
Public ServiceColumbia County Justice of the Peace (10 years), House 2005, 2007, 2009, Senate 2013
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 HB1176CONCERNING THE RETIREMENT OPTIONS FOR EMPLOYEES OF STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.
 HB1201
Act 127
TO AMEND CERTAIN LEGISLATIVE POWERS OF A COUNTY QUORUM COURT.
 HB1415
Act 329
CONCERNING SCHEDULING A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE AS A SCHEDULE VI CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.
 HB1502AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION - DISBURSING OFFICER - PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT GRANTS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 HB1504AN ACT FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS - DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE - COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE - ARKANSAS 4-H CENTER AND PROGRAMS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 HB1631
Act 989
TO AMEND THE CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE STATUTES REGARDING ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL AND THEIR SPOUSES.
 HB1857
Act 586
TO AMEND THE SPECIAL LICENSE PLATE ACT OF 2005 CONCERNING THE AUTHORIZATION AND ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES FOR AND IN SUPPORT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT.
 HR1006 RECOGNIZING NATIONAL FFA WEEK.
 SB109TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS BY BUSINESS ENTITIES SHARING THE SAME MAJORITY OWNER AND TO AMEND A PORTION OF ARKANSAS LAW RESULTING FROM INITIATED ACTS.
 SB1190TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING THE LICENSING OF COMMERCIAL APPLICATORS OF CROP PROTECTANTS.
 SB123
Act 602
TO SET THE MEMBER CONTRIBUTION RATE IN THE ARKANSAS TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM BETWEEN SIX PERCENT (6%) AND SEVEN PERCENT (7%) OF SALARY BASED ON ACTUARIAL NEED AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 SB136TO REVISE BENEFIT PROVISIONS UNDER THE ARKANSAS TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
 SB207
Act 111
TO AMEND ARTICLE 4A OF THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE AS ADOPTED IN ARKANSAS TO REGULATE CERTAIN REMITTANCE TRANSFERS THAT WOULD OTHERWISE BE UNREGULATED BY EITHER ARTICLE 4A OR THE FEDERAL ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER ACT.
 SB214
Act 337
CONCERNING THE RETIREMENT OPTIONS FOR EMPLOYEES OF STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.
 SB285
Act 344
AN ACT FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB286
Act 345
AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF RURAL SERVICES GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB287
Act 346
AN ACT FOR THE SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY - CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE, EQUIPMENT AND LIBRARY RESOURCES GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB288
Act 347
AN ACT FOR THE HENDERSON STATE UNIVERSITY - CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE, EQUIPMENT AND LIBRARY RESOURCES GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB289
Act 348
AN ACT FOR THE ARKANSAS AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT - LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY - FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA ORGANIZATIONS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB292
Act 349
AN ACT FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION - GRANTS TO HEALTH RELATED FACILITIES OR HOSPITALS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB410
Act 489
TO ALLOW THE ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TO AWARD GRANTS FOR CERTAIN ACTIVITIES RELATING TO ASBESTOS ABATEMENT, STABILIZATION, AND REMEDIATION; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 SB42
Act 149
TO ADD A MEMBER TO AND TO EXTEND THE ARKANSAS LEGISLATIVE TASK FORCE ON ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN UNTIL 2015.
 SB455
Act 1233
TO CLARIFY THE HEALTH INSURANCE PAYMENT PROCESS FOR ORTHOTIC DEVICES AND PROSTHETIC SERVICES.
 SB495
Act 396
AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - ADVANCED PLACEMENT TRAINING AND INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANTS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB535
Act 458
TO AUTHORIZE INVESTMENT OF PUBLIC FUNDS IN ADDITIONAL INVESTMENTS INSURED BY THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 SB540
Act 631
TO AMEND THE LAWS PERTAINING TO TAXES LEVIED ON TOBACCO PRODUCTS; TO CLARIFY THAT CURRENT LAW IMPOSES AN EXCISE TAX ON ALL TOBACCO PRODUCTS OFFERED FOR SALE IN THE STATE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 SB541
Act 1241
TO ALLOW REVENUES FROM THE TEMPORARY SALES AND USE TAX LEVIED UNDER AMENDMENT 91 TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO BE PLEDGED TO RETIRE LOCAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS ISSUED FOR CERTAIN PROJECTS.
 SB586
Act 646
AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION - DISBURSING OFFICER - ARKANSAS HUNGER RELIEF ALLIANCE GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB59TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE USE OF CAMPAIGN FUNDS TO PURCHASE TICKETS TO FUND-RAISING EVENTS FOR CANDIDATES AND TO AMEND A PORTION OF ARKANSAS LAW RESULTING FROM INITIATED ACTS.
 SB689
Act 676
AN ACT FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION - CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB713
Act 685
AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES - DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES - COMMUNITY BASED AND JUVENILE DELINQUENCY PREVENTION PROGRAM GRANTS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB775
Act 704
AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES - DIVISION OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB817
Act 1520
TO REQUIRE THAT PRODUCING MINERAL INTERESTS BE REAPPRAISED ANNUALLY.
 SB82
Act 6
AN ACT FOR THE AUDITOR OF STATE - TRIAL COURT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION.
 SB829
Act 1086
TO IMPLEMENT THE STATUTORY CHANGES RECOMMENDED BY THE TASK FOR ON ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN.
 SB841CONCERNING THE SALE OF EVENT TICKETS.
 SB852
Act 959
TO REGULATE FEES CHARGED BY THE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN COUNSELING.
 SB854TO AMEND ACT 281 OF 2012 CONCERNING THE STATE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE FUND; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 SB878TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS ORTHOTICS, PROSTHETICS, AND PEDORTHICS PRACTICE ACT OF 2007.
 SB879TO PROVIDE FOR THE EXPIRATION OF LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY TO PROMULGATE CERTAIN RULES UNLESS CONTINUED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
 SB967TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING ADMINISTRATIVE RULES PROMULGATED BY STATE AGENCIES.
 SB968
Act 1169
TO REGULATE PHYSICIAN DISPENSING OF LEGEND DRUGS; AND TO AUTHORIZE THE STATE MEDICAL BOARD TO REGULATE PHYSICIAN DISPENSING OF LEGEND DRUGS.
 SB969TO ESTABLISH ALTERNATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS WITHIN THE SYSTEM OF EDUCATION PROVIDED BY THE DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES.
 SB970
Act 1262
TO AMEND THE PENALTIES FOR VIOLATING THE RULES, REGULATIONS, OR ORDERS OF THE OIL AND GAS COMMISSION.
 SB971TO ADOPT AND IMPLEMENT CERTAIN PORTIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL GREEN CONSTRUCTION CODE.
 SB972TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS WETLANDS MITIGATION BANK ACT.
 SCR3RECOGNIZING THE 125TH ANNIVERSARY OF ALCOA.
 SR10 RECOGNIZING NATIONAL FFA WEEK.
 SR26TO CONGRATULATE AND COMMEND THE NEVADA HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM FOR WINNING THE CLASS 1A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP AND FOR AN OUTSTANDING SEASON.
CoSponsor
 HB1039
Act 1441
TO CREATE AN EXEMPTION FROM THE SALES AND USE TAX FOR UTILITIES USED BY QUALIFYING AGRICULTURAL STRUCTURES AND QUALIFYING AQUACULTURE AND HORTICULTURE EQUIPMENT.
 HB1218TO REDUCE THE SALES AND USE TAX ON NATURAL GAS AND ELECTRICITY USED BY MANUFACTURERS AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 HB1328
Act 321
TO REQUIRE THE DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES TO APPEAR BEFORE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY FOR ALL CONTRACTS AND CONTRACT CHANGES; TO REQUIRE NOTICE TO BE GIVEN BEFORE CHANGES TO COMMUNITY-BASED PROVIDER CONTRACTS ARE MADE.
 HB1770
Act 600
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF LAW CONCERNING ACADEMIC, FISCAL, AND FACILITIES DISTRESS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 HB1832
Act 1474
THE NEW MARKETS JOBS ACT OF 2013.
 SB1029TO ENSURE THAT CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE ARE QUALIFIED; TO REQUIRE CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR CANDIDATES BEFORE THE ELECTION; AND TO PREVENT CANDIDATES CONVICTED OF CERTAIN CRIMES FROM RUNNING FOR PUBLIC OFFICE.
 SB125
Act 152
TO PROVIDE INCENTIVES FOR CONVERTING DIESEL-POWERED MOTOR VEHICLES AND GASOLINE-POWERED MOTOR VEHICLES TO MOTOR VEHICLES POWERED BY COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS OR PROPANE GAS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 SB135
Act 1398
TO REDUCE THE STATE SALES AND USE TAX ON FOOD AND FOOD INGREDIENTS IF CERTAIN FUND BALANCES EXIST; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 SB140
Act 484
THE SAFE SCHOOL INITIATIVE ACT.
 SB249
Act 1230
AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - POSITIVE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT GRANTS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB262TO FACILITATE AND ENCOURAGE CHARITABLE DONATIONS; AND TO EXEMPT FROM THE SALES AND USE TAX SELLERS' DONATIONS OF TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS OR FOR CHARITABLE CAUSES.
 SB33
Act 1294
TO ENSURE THAT CHILDREN WITH DYSLEXIA HAVE THEIR NEEDS MET BY THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM.
 SB343TO PREVENT ELECTION MISCONDUCT; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ABSENTEE BALLOTS, ASSISTANTS, DESIGNATED BEARERS, AND ADMINISTRATORS; AND TO CLARIFY THE PROCEDURES FOR CASTING AND COUNTING OF ABSENTEE BALLOTS.
 SB38TO REQUIRE THAT APPLICANTS FOR AND RECIPIENTS OF UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS BE TESTED FOR ILLEGAL DRUG USE.
 SB437
Act 801
AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES - HUNGER RELIEF GRANTS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
 SB509
Act 625
TO ESTABLISH THE ADVANCED PLACEMENT TRAINING AND INCENTIVE PROGRAM.
 SB66
Act 601
TO IMPROVE EDUCATION IN ARKANSAS BY CREATING DISTRICTS OF INNOVATION.
 SB791
Act 1411
TO REDUCE THE SALES AND USE TAX ON NATURAL GAS AND ELECTRICITY USED BY MANUFACTURERS.
 SB812
Act 533
TO AMEND THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND FOR OTHER STAFF OF THE ARKANSAS HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATING BOARD.
 SB821
Act 1413
TO AMEND THE LAWS PERTAINING TO INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM PETITIONS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 SB822
Act 1085
TO INCREASE TRANSPARENCY WITH RESPECT TO INITIATED ACTS; AND TO REQUIRE MORE COMPLETE DISCLOSURE BY BALLOT QUESTION COMMITTEES AND LEGISLATIVE QUESTION COMMITTEES.
 SB830
Act 1253
TO PROVIDE LIFETIME HUNTING LICENSES AND FISHING LICENSES TO CERTAIN DISABLED VETERANS.
 SB92
Act 144
TO AMEND THE LIMITATIONS PERIOD FOR CERTAIN SEX CRIMES INVOLVING MINORS.
 SR1TO COMMEMORATE THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE STATE BANK DEPARTMENT IN ARKANSAS.
 SR2COMMENDING THE NATION OF ISRAEL FOR ITS CORDIAL AND MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND WITH THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.
 SR30ENCOURAGING THE SUPREME COURT TO ADOPT TORT REFORMS TO BALANCE THE RIGHTS OF PLAINTIFFS AND DEFENDANTS IN CIVIL ACTIONS AND PROTECT THE STATE'S CITIZENS AND ECONOMIC INTERESTS FROM INEQUITABLE LITIGATION CLAIMS AND DAMAGE AWARDS.