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 Bills in House Committees

 
Measure No(Ascending)
Bill Subtitle
Sponsor
ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - HOUSE
 HB1364TO ESTABLISH THE PUBLIC POLICY OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS ON THE USE OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES.K. Hendren
 HB1410TO AMEND THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATORY REFORM ACT OF 2013; AND TO PROHIBIT A TELECOMMUNICATIONS PROVIDER FROM RESTRICTING RESIDENTIAL INTERNET DATA USAGE.S. Meeks
 HB1926TO CREATE THE WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS AND BROADBAND INFRASTRUCTURE DEPLOYMENT ACT.Davis
 HB2097TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR A PORTION OF THE COST OF PROVIDING NEW INFRASTRUCTURE USED TO BRING BROADBAND INTERNET ACCESS SERVICE TO UNDERSERVED OR UNSERVED SERVICE AREAS.S. Meeks
AGING, CHILDREN AND YOUTH, LEGISLATIVE & MILITARY AFFAIRS- HOUSE
 HB1445TO CREATE THE PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP PROTECTION ACT; AND TO PROVIDE FACTORS AND PROCEDURES FOR DETERMINING WHETHER OR NOT A CHANGE OF A CHILD'S PRINCIPAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE IS IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CHILD.Lowery
 HB1783TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE VISITATION RIGHTS OF GRANDPARENTS AND GREAT-GRANDPARENTS.Rushing
 HB1906TO SET A SPECIAL HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSE FEE FOR ACTIVE MILITARY MEMBERS HOME ON LEAVE IN ARKANSAS.C. Douglas
 HB1912TO REQUIRE VIDEO AND AUDIO RECORDINGS OF IN-PERSON INTERACTIONS AND VERBAL COMMUNICATIONS THAT OCCUR DURING INVESTIGATIONS PERFORMED UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989 AND THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.Gates
 HB1913TO REQUIRE CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATORS TO PROVIDE CERTAIN NOTICES TO ALLEGED OFFENDERS.Gates
 HB1914TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION RELATING TO A DEPENDENCY-NEGLECT PROCEEDING OR A FAMILY IN NEED OF SERVICES PROCEEDING.Gates
 HB2006TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE INITIAL PERIOD FOR WHICH A TEMPORARY GUARDIAN IS APPOINTED FOR AN INCAPACITATED PERSON; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING FULL MERIT HEARINGS HELD AFTER THE ENTRY OF EMERGENCY TEMPORARY GUARDIANSHIP ORDERS.Capp
 HB2010TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING NUTRITION PROGRAMS AND SERVICES FUNDED BY AND PROVIDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965.Sturch
 HB2031CONCERNING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A HUMAN TRAFFICKING HOTLINE; AND CONCERNING HUMAN TRAFFICKING.Sturch
 HB2058TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ADOPTION, CHILD PLACEMENT AND CUSTODY, AND THE RIGHTS OF GRANDPARENTS.Hammer
 HB2124TO ELIMINATE THE ASSET OR RESOURCE TEST FOR LONG-TERM CARE MEDICAID WITHIN THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM FOR VETERANS.Leding
 HR1025RECOGNIZING THE CHICKAMAUGA PEOPLE'S UNIQUE HERITAGE AND IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.S. Meeks
AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT- HOUSE
 HB1217TO PROVIDE FOR FREE HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSES FOR VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS.Branscum
 HB1380TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS TRESPASSER RESPONSIBILITY ACT.D. Douglas
 HB1536TO AMEND THE MINORITY BUSINESS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT TO INCLUDE WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESSES.M. Gray
 HB1768TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR INVESTMENTS IN SMALL ARKANSAS-BASED HIGH-TECHNOLOGY BUSINESSES.Tucker
 HB1871TO ENSURE THE CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING OF ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICERS.Lemons
 HB1956TO DEFINE THE PAYROLL CALCULATIONS FOR MEETING THE PAYROLL REQUIREMENTS OF EMPLOYERS RECEIVING INCENTIVES UNDER THE CONSOLIDATED INCENTIVE ACT OF 2003. M. Gray
 HB2078TO CREATE AN OFFENSE FOR SALE OF DOGS OR CATS ON PROPERTY WITHOUT OWNER'S WRITTEN PERMISSION; AND TO PROTECT CONSUMERS AND ANIMALS FROM PUPPY AND KITTEN MILLS.Sorvillo
 HB2225TO PROVIDE FISHING LICENSURE FLEXIBILITY FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL DISABILITIES. Johnson
CITY, COUNTY & LOCAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE- HOUSE
 HB1018TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PROCEDURE FOR ANNEXATION OF SURROUNDED LAND.Cozart
 HB1301TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING A COUNTY'S AUTHORITY TO REGULATE A PRIVATE COMMUNITY.L. Fite
 HB1335TO CREATE A DETACHMENT PROCEDURE FOLLOWING THE ANNEXATION OF SURROUNDED LAND; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Cozart
 HB1454TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PROCEDURES FOR ACCESS TO CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY.L. Fite
 HB1522TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PROMULGATION OF RULES GOVERNING MUNICIPAL FIRE AND POLICE DEPARTMENTS TO PROTECT THE RIGHT TO SERVE.Sorvillo
 HB1529REGARDING ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS BY CITIES OF THE SECOND CLASS AND INCORPORATED TOWNS.Gazaway
 HB1537TO AMEND THE AMBULANCE SERVICE IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT LAW TO ALLOW AMBULANCE SERVICE IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS TO CONTRACT FOR EMERGENCY AND NONEMERGENCY SERVICES.M. Gray
 HB1557TO PROHIBIT CERTAIN PERSONS FROM SERVING AS MAYOR OF A CITY OF THE FIRST CLASS FOR MORE THAN A QUARTER OF A CENTURY.Pilkington
 HB1571CONCERNING COPYING OF PUBLIC RECORDS.Dalby
 HB1676TO ALLOW MUNICIPALITIES TO REQUIRE A SUPERMAJORITY VOTE FOR CERTAIN TAX MEASURES.Sturch
 HB1770TO ESTABLISH THE LEGISLATIVE ARKANSAS BLUE RIBBON COMMITTEE ON LOCAL 911 SYSTEMS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Tucker
 HB1794TO AMEND THE PROCEDURE FOR ANNEXATION OF TERRITORY UNDER MUNICIPAL TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION.Gates
 HB1869TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING LOCATION AND APPROVAL OF CONTROLLED BURNS.Lemons
 HB2105TO DESIGNATE THE COUNTY ROAD SYSTEM OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.Vaught
 HB2279TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PASSAGE OF CERTAIN ORDINANCES OR POLICIES BY CITIES AND COUNTIES. M.J. Gray
EDUCATION COMMITTEE- HOUSE
 HB1017TO ALLOW THE TEACHER FAIR DISMISSAL ACT OF 1983 TO BE WAIVED IF A PUBLIC SCHOOL OR PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT IS UNDER STATE AUTHORITY AFTER BEING CLASSIFIED AS BEING IN DISTRESS.Cozart
 HB1020TO CREATE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY PROMISE LOTTERY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM; TO PROVIDE FUNDS TO EVERY CHILD BORN IN ARKANSAS TO BE USED FOR COLLEGE TUITION.Love
 HB1029TO EXCLUDE PRINCIPALS, ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS, AND CENTRAL OFFICE EMPLOYEES WITH A MULTIYEAR EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT FROM THE DEFINITION OF "TEACHER" UNDER THE TEACHER FAIR DISMISSAL ACT OF 1983.Lowery
 HB1042TO PROHIBIT SANCTUARY POLICIES AT STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.B. Smith
 HB1044TO ALLOW A STUDENT TO CHOOSE WHICH GRADE IN WHICH TO TAKE THE COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS ASSESSMENT.F. Allen
 HB1408CONCERNING WHO MAY SERVE AS A PROCTOR OF A TEST OR ASSESSMENT ADMINISTERED UNDER THE ARKANSAS COMPREHENSIVE TESTING, ASSESSMENT, AND ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAM ACT.C. Douglas
 HB1456TO ALLOW A SCHOOL DISTRICT TO WAIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR A STUDENT WHO PROVIDES PROOF OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY; AND TO EXEMPT A STUDENT WITH A PHYSICAL EDUCATION WAIVER FROM PHYSICAL EDUCATION GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS.C. Douglas
 HB1458TO REQUIRE A STUDENT TO PARTICIPATE IN VISUAL ARTS OR PERFORMING ARTS IN EITHER GRADE SEVEN OR GRADE EIGHT.C. Douglas
 HB1510TO CREATE THE DEMOGRAPHIC PREFERENCE DISCLOSURE ACT.Gonzales
 HB1517CONCERNING SCHOOL NURSING AND TO MODIFY THE REQUIREMENTS FOR A SCHOOL NURSE.A. Mayberry
 HB1610TO PROVIDE ARKANSAS BETTER CHANCE PROGRAMS LOCATED WITHIN A SCHOOL DISTRICT FUNDING EQUAL TO THE FOUNDATION FUNDING AMOUNT FOR EACH EARLY GRADUATE OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT.Tucker
 HB1612TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING REQUIRED NOTIFICATIONS TO A PROSECUTING AUTHORITY REGARDING A STUDENT'S UNEXCUSED ABSENCES.Rushing
 HB1671TO GIVE CHARTER SCHOOLS AUTHORITY TO WEIGHT ADMISSION LOTTERIES AT THEIR DISCRETION.Tucker
 HB1673CONCERNING APPLICATIONS FOR OR AMENDMENTS OF PUBLIC CHARTERS UNDER THE ARKANSAS QUALITY CHARTER SCHOOLS ACT OF 2013.Tucker
 HB1674TO CREATE A COMMUNITY PUBLIC EDUCATION BOARD.Tucker
 HB1701TO ESTABLISH A PILOT PROGRAM TO MAKE GRANTS TO HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS TO OFFENDERS WHO ARE RECENTLY RELEASED OR SOON-TO-BE RELEASED FROM INCARCERATION.Love
 HB1738CONCERNING ETHICS OF MEMBERS OF A BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT; AND TO CREATE THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ETHICS REVIEW BOARD.C. Douglas
 HB1781TO REQUIRE A SCHOOL DISTRICT TO PAY ONE-HALF (1/2) THE COST OF REMEDIATION FOR A STUDENT WHO RECEIVED A HIGH SCHOOL GRADE OF B OR BETTER IN THE SUBJECT IN WHICH THE STUDENT REQUIRES REMEDIATION; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.Lowery
 HB1791TO ESTABLISH A FOOD PANTRY MATCHING GRANT PROGRAM TO BE ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION.Tucker
 HB1811TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING PREKINDERGARTEN PROGRAMS.Davis
 HB1820CONCERNING SCHOOL DISTRICT WAIVERS; TO REQUIRE THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO GRANT A SCHOOL DISTRICT WAIVER PETITION IF AN OPEN-ENROLLMENT PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL DRAWING STUDENTS FROM THE SCHOOL DISTRICT WAS GRANTED A WAIVER.C. Douglas
 HB1831TO ALLOW AN OPEN-ENROLLMENT PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL TO USE A WEIGHTED LOTTERY IN ITS ADMISSIONS PROCESS BASED ON CERTAIN STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS.Leding
 HB1834TO PROHIBIT A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT OR OPEN-ENROLLMENT PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL FROM INCLUDING IN ITS CURRICULUM OR COURSE MATERIALS FOR A PROGRAM OF STUDY BOOKS OR ANY OTHER MATERIAL AUTHORED BY OR CONCERNING HOWARD ZINN.K. Hendren
 HB1856TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS EARLY LITERACY ASSESSMENT PROCUREMENT ACT.F. Allen
 HB1874TO ALLOW CONTRIBUTIONS BY A TAXPAYER TO A TAX-DEFERRED TUITION SAVINGS PROGRAM ESTABLISHED IN ANOTHER STATE TO BE DEDUCTED FROM AN ARKANSAS TAXPAYER'S INCOME TAX.Lundstrum
 HB1898TO REQUIRE STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION TO OFFER STATE EMPLOYEES AND THEIR DEPENDENTS A REDUCED TUITION RATE.Baltz
 HB1917TO LIMIT THE SALARY AMOUNT OF AN ADMINISTRATOR IN A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT.Walker
 HB1924TO ADD THE CLASSIC LEARNING TEST AS AN ALLOWABLE COLLEGE ENTRY EXAMINATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING SCHOLARSHIPS.C. Douglas
 HB1934TO ENSURE THAT PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION OF STUDENTS IS PROTECTED.Lowery
 HB1936TO REVISE THE ACADEMIC FACILITIES WEALTH INDEX.Lowery
 HB2028ACT TO PROVIDE GRADUATES OF AN ARKANSAS HIGH SCHOOL EQUAL OPPORTUNITY TO RECEIVE IN-STATE TUITION AND OTHER FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE BENEFITS AT A STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION.Sabin
 HB2125CONCERNING THE EFFICIENT OPERATION OF CERTAIN STATE AGENCIES; TO SPECIFY THE PROCESS FOR A POSSIBLE MERGER OF CROWLEY'S RIDGE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE TO EAST ARKANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Hollowell
HOUSE JOURNAL; ENGROSSED AND ENROLLED BILLS
 HB1749TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE MANNER IN WHICH TRANSPORTATION FUNDING IS ALLOCATED TO PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS.Cozart
 HB1779TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE STATE PUBLIC CHARTER AUTHORIZER.Cozart
 HB1780TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING TEACHER LICENSURE.Cozart
 HB1782TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING INTERDISTRICT SCHOOL CHOICE.Petty
 HB1786TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ASSESSMENT OF PROPERTY TAX FOR PROPERTY OWNED BY AN INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY OR A PERSON SIXTY-FIVE YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER.Ballinger
 HB1848CONCERNING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ENHANCED OR ALTERNATIVE PENALTIES FOR A PERSON CONVICTED OF RAPING OR SEXUALLY ABUSING A CHILD LESS THAN THIRTEEN YEARS OF AGE.Petty
 HB1860TO CLARIFY CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 51.Gillam
 HB1862TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING SCHOOL ELECTIONS.Gates
 HB1863TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING TAXATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDINGS.Gates
 HB1875TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS RIGHT TO SHOP ACT.B. Smith
 HB1878TO CREATE THE MEDICAID PATIENT BILL OF RIGHTS.Pilkington
 HB1883TO CLARIFY CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 98, ALSO KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016".House
 HB1891CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS IMAGINATION LIBRARY; TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO PARTNER WITH A NONPROFIT CORPORATION TO PROVIDE ONE (1) BOOK PER MONTH TO EACH CHILD IN ARKANSAS FROM BIRTH TO FIVE (5) YEARS OF AGE.Tucker
 HB1896TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROMOTING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.D. Douglas
 HB1904TO RESTRICT PURCHASES USING FOOD STAMP BENEFITS; AND TO REQUIRE RECIPIENTS OF FOOD STAMPS TO SHOW IDENTIFICATION TO USE FOOD STAMP BENEFITS.Bentley
 HB1908TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE TO REFORM PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES.C. Douglas
 HB1930TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE PROVISION OF SERVICES TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS.Cozart
 HB1938TO CLARIFY CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 19, § 30, CONCERNING GIFTS FROM LOBBYISTS.L. Fite
 HB1939TO PROVIDE FOR THE CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 98, ALSO KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016".Bragg
 HB1942TO EXEMPT CERTAIN CLASSES OF VEHICLES FROM TAXATION.C. Douglas
 HB1947TO AMEND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967 CONCERNING ACCESS TO PUBLIC INFORMATION.Tucker
 HB1960TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE STATE FLAG OF ARKANSAS.Blake
 HB1961TO CLARIFY CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION THAT MAY BE AMENDED BY LAW.G. McGill
 HB1962TO CLARIFY CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION THAT MAY BE AMENDED BY LAW.G. McGill
 HB1963TO AMEND THE MINORITY BUSINESS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT; TO AMEND PROVISIONS CONCERNING VETERAN-OWNED, SERVICE-DISABLED-VETERAN OWNED, AND WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESSES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Jett
 HB1966TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS.D. Meeks
 HB1967TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ATTORNEY AD LITEM PROGRAMS; AND CONCERNING THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF ATTORNEYS AD LITEM.D. Meeks
 HB1969TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING ATTORNEY AD LITEM PROGRAMS AND THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF ATTORNEYS AD LITEM.D. Meeks
 HB1970TO AMEND THE LAWS RELATING TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS.D. Meeks
 HB1971TO AMEND THE LAWS RELATING TO THE DIVISION OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES.D. Meeks
 HB1981TO AUTHORIZE ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES ORGANIZATIONS TO DELIVER HEALTHCARE SERVICES TO SPECIFIC MEDICAID POPULATIONS; AND TO REFORM THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM.M. Gray
 HB1993TO DEFINE OVERPRESCRIBING.Pilkington
 HB1996TO IMPOSE AN ADDITIONAL FEE FOR THE ISSUANCE AND RENEWAL OF A DRIVER'S LICENSE.Della Rosa
 HB2003CONCERNING DESIGNATED PRIVATE OR VOLUNTEER SECURITY AT A CHURCH OR OTHER PLACE OF WORSHIP; AND CONCERNING LEGAL LIABILITY.A. Mayberry
 HB2005CONCERNING EQUINE MASSAGE.Capp
 HB2007TO AUTHORIZE DIRECT SHIPPING FOR A LICENSED SMALL FARM WINERY THAT HOLDS A SMALL FARM WINE WHOLESALE PERMIT AND THAT PRODUCES MORE THAN EIGHT HUNDRED GALLONS (800 GAL.) OF WINE PER YEAR; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Capp
 HB2021TO CREATE THE COLLEGE SAVINGS ACCOUNT PROGRAM FOR ARKANSAS CHILDREN.Blake
 HB2040CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN BY A MEMBER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OR A CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICER.Drown
 HB2041CONCERNING THE OWNERSHIP OF CATTLE; AND CONCERNING THE THEFT OF CATTLE.Drown
 HB2049TO REQUIRE A PERSON TO FILE COURT DOCUMENTS UNDER HIS OR HER FULL NAME.Rushing
 HB2050TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CODE TO ALLOW PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS TO TEACH CREATIONISM AND INTELLIGENT DESIGN AS THEORIES ALONGSIDE THE TEACHING OF THE ORIGINS OF THE EARTH AND THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION.Bentley
 HB2051TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE RIGHTS OF GRANDPARENTS.Henderson
 HB2056TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING INTESTATE SUCCESSION; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE RIGHTS OF A SURVIVING SPOUSE.Hammer
 HB2072AN ACT REGARDING THE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY IN ARKANSAS.Dalby
 HB2073CONCERNING ELIGIBILITY TO BECOME A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER FOR A PERSON WITH A PRIOR NONVIOLENT FELONY CONVICTION AND WITH NO SUBSEQUENT ARRESTS FOR A MINIMUM OF TWENTY YEARS.Bentley
 HB2077TO ENABLE A COMMUNITY COLLEGE TO INVEST LOCAL PROPERTY TAX PROCEEDS IN HIGHER EDUCATION PROJECTS OUTSIDE OF ITS TAXING DISTRICT BUT WITHIN ITS SERVICE AREA.K. Hendren
 HB2079CONCERNING A CONDEMNED PERSON'S LAST MEAL BEFORE HIS OR HER EXECUTION.Petty
 HB2081TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE LIFE INSURANCE PROCEEDS OF A DEATH ROW INMATE.Petty
 HB2082TO ESTABLISH THAT ALL PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE TRANSFERS OF A DEPARTMENT, INSTITUTION, OR OTHER STATE AGENCY TO A PRINCIPAL DEPARTMENT ARE DEEMED TYPE 2 TRANSFERS UNLESS OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED AS A TYPE 3 TRANSFER OR TYPE 4 TRANSFER.Petty
 HB2084TO AMEND THE LAWS RELATING TO THE RIGHTS OF GRANDPARENTS.Petty
 HB2091CONCERNING A DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION FEE; AND CONCERNING A WAIVER OF A DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION FEE.Hammer
 HB2107TO ALLOW CERTAIN ENTITIES TO OBTAIN OR APPROPRIATE MONEY FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PURPOSES; AND TO AMEND ARTICLE 12, § 5 OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION.Johnson
 HB2114TO MODIFY THE DEDUCTION ALLOWED FOR MOTOR FUEL EVAPORATION, SHRINKAGE, AND LOSSES RESULTING FROM UNKNOWN CAUSES.D. Douglas
 HB2115TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING VOTE CENTERS AND VOTING PRECINCTS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ELECTIONS.Collins
 HB2120CONCERNING THE BURNING OF TIRES.Womack
 HB2129CONCERNING EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE PROCUREMENT OF EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY.M.J. Gray
 HB2130TO CREATE TAX INCENTIVES FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO PUBLIC PRE-KINDERGARTEN AND AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS.M.J. Gray
 HB2133TO PROMOTE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE STATE RELATED TO BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY.K. Ferguson
 HB2134CONCERNING A PERSON'S CRIMINAL HISTORY; CONCERNING BACKGROUND CHECKS; AND CONCERNING METHODS AND REMEDIES FOR CORRECTING AN ERRONEOUS CRIMINAL HISTORY.K. Ferguson
 HB2136TO AMEND THE VITAL STATISTICS ACT TO ALLOW EASIER ACCESS FOR SENIORS AND HOMELESS INDIVIDUALS IN ARKANSAS.V. Flowers
 HB2142TO AMEND ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 98, ALSO KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016", REGARDING EXTRACTS.Wing
 HB2143TO AMEND ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 98, ALSO KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016"; AND TO PROHIBIT SALES OF MARIJUANA THROUGH VENDING MACHINES.Wing
 HB2144TO AMEND ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 98, ALSO KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016"; AND TO ALLOW ONLY PHYSICIANS LICENSED BY THE ARKANSAS STATE MEDICAL BOARD TO ISSUE WRITTEN CERTIFICATIONS.Wing
 HB2146CONCERNING THE LAWS RELATING TO ABORTION.Penzo
 HB2147TO REMOVE THE CERTIFICATE OF NEED REQUIREMENT FOR HOME HEALTH AGENCIES OR COMPANIES THAT ARE PROVIDING SKILLED MEDICAL CARE.Penzo
 HB2152TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING THE OPERATIONS OF GROCERY STORE WINE PERMITTEES.Penzo
 HB2166TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016; TO AMEND CERTAIN DEFINITIONS OF THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016; AND TO LIMIT USABLE MARIJUANA TO LOW TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL MARIJUANA.Dotson
 HB2167TO ENACT CERTAIN PROHIBITIONS REGARDING MEDICAL MARIJUANA.Dotson
 HB2171CONCERNING THE TRAINING OFFERED TO CONSTABLES BY THE ARKANSAS COMMISSION ON LAW ENFORCEMENT STANDARDS AND TRAINING.Gates
 HB2173CONCERNING THE SEARCH OR INSPECTION OF A NON-INCORPORATED PRIVATE BUSINESS.Womack
 HB2181TO AMEND THE PROCESS CONCERNING THE DISPOSAL OF THE STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION.Ballinger
 HB2184TO AMEND THE ETHICS LAWS OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS; AND TO AMEND ETHICS LAWS PERTAINING TO CANDIDATES, STATE OFFICIALS, AND STATE EMPLOYEES.Wing
 HB2186TO ESTABLISH POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR MANAGED CARE ORGANIZATIONS.M. Gray
 HB2189TO INCREASE FLEXIBILITY FOR A COUNTY COLLECTING FEES AND SERVICE CHARGES FOR SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT.Wardlaw
 HB2191TO RESTRUCTURE THE TAXATION AND CONTROL OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS.Tosh
 HB2194CONCERNING THE IDENTIFY OF A PERSON OR GROUP THAT MAILS MATERIAL CONCERNING AN ELECTION OR ADVOCATING FOR OR AGAINST A BALLOT MEASURE.Hammer
 HR1041DESIGNATING "STARS OF LIFE DAY" AND RECOGNIZING THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF CERTAIN EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES PROFESSIONALS. Shepherd
HOUSE RULES
 HB1391TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016 REGARDING LOCAL REGULATIONS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Lundstrum
 HB1508TO ENACT CERTAIN PROHIBITIONS REGARDING ADVERTISING FOR MEDICAL MARIJUANA.House
 HB1558TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE AMOUNT OF SIGNATURES REQUIRED FOR CERTAIN COUNTY PETITIONS; AND TO AMEND A PORTION OF THE LAW RESULTING FROM INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1942.Pilkington
 HB1722TO LIMIT THE AMOUNT OF LOTTERY PRIZES THE OFFICE OF THE ARKANSAS LOTTERY MAY AWARD FOR SECOND CHANCE GAMES FOR NON-WINNING TICKETS; AND TO REQUIRE A RETAILER TO POST NOTICE OF THE AVAILABILITY OF SECOND CHANCE GAMES.Lowery
 HB1825TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON WHO IS RECEIVING PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND WHO WINS A LOTTERY PRIZE SHALL REIMBURSE THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES.Payton
 HB1989TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016; AND TO PROHIBIT THE SMOKING OF MARIJUANA IN ANY LOCATION IN ARKANSAS.Lundstrum
 HB1990TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016; TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "DESIGNATED CAREGIVER" AND "QUALIFYING CONDITION"; AND TO BAN CULTIVATION OR GROWING OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA AT A DISPENSARY.Lundstrum
 HB2034TO CLARIFY THE LAW REGARDING THE HOLDING OF MORE THAN ONE RETAIL LIQUOR PERMIT; AND TO ALLOW INDIVIDUAL FAMILY MEMBERS TO OWN THEIR INDIVIDUAL BUSINESSES.D. Douglas
 HB2036TO ALLOW MULTIPLE LOCATIONS UNDER THE SAME RETAIL LIQUOR PERMIT TO USE THE SAME BUSINESS NAME.D. Douglas
 HB2045TO CLARIFY THE LAW REGARDING THE HOLDING OF MORE THAN ONE RETAIL LIQUOR PERMIT; AND TO ALLOW INDIVIDUAL FAMILY MEMBERS TO OWN THEIR INDIVIDUAL BUSINESSES. D. Douglas
 HB2221TO CLARIFY THE SCOPE OF GROCERY STORE WINE PERMITS,Penzo
 HB2222TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016; AND TO ESTABLISH CERTAIN SECURITY AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CULTIVATION FACILITIES.Lundstrum
 HB2226TO CREATE A PUBLIC HOUSE PERMIT FOR THE ON-PREMISES CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. Leding
 HB2239TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016 REGARDING THE TAXATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF PROCEEDS; AND TO CREATE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY PROMISE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.Love
 HB2277TO CLARIFY THE LAW REGARDING THE SCOPE OF SMALL BREWERY OPERATIONS; TO ALLOW TRANSPORTATION OF IN-HOUSE PRODUCTS BETWEEN COMMONLY OWNED SMALL BREWERIES AND BREWERIES THAT OWN SMALL BREWERIES; TO CREATE SMALL BREWERY TAP ROOMS.Leding
 HR1011TO AMEND THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY.K. Hendren
 HR1027TO AMEND THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.K. Hendren
 HR1035TO AMEND THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.K. Hendren
 HR1036TO AMEND THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY.K. Hendren
INSURANCE & COMMERCE- HOUSE
 HB1271TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS HEALTH INSURANCE INNOVATION ACT OF 2017; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Hammer
 HB1751TO CLARIFY THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF AN INSURER FOR APPLICATION OF INSURANCE PROCEEDS FOR ROOF REPAIR; AND TO PROVIDE FOR PROPER ALLOWANCES ON A ROOF REPAIR INSURANCE CLAIM.Cozart
 HB1753TO CLARIFY THAT THE SUBROGATION AND REIMBURSEMENT RIGHTS OF PARTIES TO AN INSURANCE CONTRACT ARE TO BE DEFINED BY THE INSURANCE CONTRACT.Collins
 HB1838TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNTS OF CERTAIN STATE EMPLOYEES.S. Meeks
 HB1840CONCERNING THE APPLICATION OF INSURANCE PROCEEDS RESULTING FROM FIRE DAMAGE TO PROPERTY COVERED BY PROPERTY INSURANCE.Johnson
 HB1890TO ESTABLISH AN ARKANSAS CROWDFUNDING OPTION; AND TO REGULATE EXEMPTIONS UNDER SECURITIES LAWS.Tucker
 HB2054TO REPEAL THE ARKANSAS HOUSING TRUST FUND ACT OF 2009.Hammer
 HB2061TO MODERNIZE THE FIRE RATING SYSTEM IN ARKANSAS; AND TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS FIRE RATING BUREAU ACT.Hammer
 HB2086TO PROTECT THE PROPERTY RIGHTS OF CITIZENS; TO PREVENT THE ABUSE OF THE POWER OF EMINENT DOMAIN BY PRIVATE PIPELINE COMPANIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Sabin
 HB2102CONCERNING THE RESULTING LIABILITY UNDER A WARRANTY DUE TO A BUSINESS NAME CHANGE.Lemons
 HB2135TO CLARIFY THE OBLIGATIONS OF RESIDENTIAL LANDLORDS AND RESIDENTIAL TENANTS; AND TO REQUIRE MINIMUM HABITABILITY STANDARDS FOR TENANTS OF RESIDENTIAL REAL PROPERTY. Sabin
 HB2209TO CLARIFY THE USE OF AN ALL-PRODUCTS CLAUSE IN A HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CONTRACT.M. Gray
 SB291TO REPEAL THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE USE OF CERTAIN AFTERMARKET CRASH PARTS IN REPAIR OF A VEHICLE.Standridge
JUDICIARY COMMITTEE- HOUSE
 HB1055TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "MARITAL PROPERTY" FOR PURPOSES OF DIVISION OF PROPERTY IN AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE.Hammer
 HB1095CONCERNING THE REQUIREMENTS FOR A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE FOR A CURRENT OR FORMER MEMBER OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES.Johnson
 HB1152CONCERNING THE ABILITY OF AN AUXILIARY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN AND TO BE EXEMPTED FROM THE LICENSING REQUIREMENTS TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN.Watson
 HB1173TO AMEND AND MAKE CONSISTENT THE OFFENSES OF SEXUAL INDECENCY WITH A CHILD AND SEXUAL ASSAULT IN THE FOURTH DEGREE.Tucker
 HB1177INCREASING THE AVAILABLE SENTENCES FOR CERTAIN SEX OFFENSES WHEN COMMITTED AGAINST A FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBER.Tucker
 HB1248TO CREATE AN EXEMPTION UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967 CONCERNING CERTAIN LAW ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATIVE RECORDS.J. Williams
 HB1433TO PROHIBIT A REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER FROM LIVING NEAR A FACILITY WHERE A PERSON WITH A MEDICALLY DIAGNOSED MENTAL DISABILITY OR PHYSICAL DISABILITY RESIDES.Baltz
 HB1444TO REVISE CERTAIN EMINENT DOMAIN LAWS THAT ARISE OUT OF PROPERTY RIGHTS SECURED UNDER THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 2, § 22. Ballinger
 HB1630TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM UNATTENDED LOADED FIREARMS; AND TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF NEGLIGENTLY ALLOWING ACCESS TO A FIREARM BY A CHILD.Tucker
 HB1631CONCERNING A WARRANTLESS ARREST FOR DOMESTIC ABUSE.Tucker
 HB1713TO ESTABLISH MURDER IN THE SECOND DEGREE AS A SEVENTY-PERCENT CRIME.Lowery
 HB1747CONCERNING PAROLE ELIGIBILITY OF A PERSON INCARCERATED IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION.D. Whitaker
 HB1759TO MAKE LEGISLATIVE CORRECTIONS AND TO REPEAL OBSOLETE LAWS CONTAINED IN TITLE 27 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE.Dalby
 HB1784CONCERNING THE QUALIFICATIONS TO BE A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER.Eaves
 HB1797TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1993.Leding
 HB1798AMENDING THE BURDEN OF PROOF REQUIRED DURING THE SENTENCING PHASE OF A TRIAL WHEN THE STATE SEEKS THE DEATH PENALTY.Blake
 HB1842CONCERNING THE FINES AND FEES ASSESSED TO A PERSON WHO IS INCARCERATED.Johnson
 HB1864CONCERNING A MEMBER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND THE SCOPE OF WHERE A MEMBER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY CARRY AND POSSESS A CONCEALED HANDGUN.Gates
 HB1888ESTABLISHING AN ENHANCED CERTIFICATION TO CARRY A HANDGUN; AND CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A HANDGUN.Ballinger
 HB1889TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF CARRYING A WEAPON IN A PROHIBITED PLACE; AND CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A HANDGUN.Ballinger
 HB1899CONCERNING THE PROCUREMENT OF A LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN BY A VICTIM OF DOMESTIC ABUSE.Bentley
 HB1909CONCERNING THE TEMPORARY ABATEMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT OF A PERSON TO PAY COURT-ORDERED CIVIL PENALTIES, COSTS, FEES, FINES, OR RESTITUTION WHILE THAT PERSON IS INCARCERATED OR CONFINED TO A HOSPITAL.Walker
 HB1918CONCERNING PAROLE ELIGIBILITY FOR A PERSON SERVING A LIFE SENTENCE OR A SENTENCE IN EXCESS OF FORTY-FIVE YEARS.Walker
 HB1959TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ALIMONY SUPPORT.Ballinger
 HB1985CONCERNING FIREARM POSSESSION FOR A NONVIOLENT FEDERAL FELONY OFFENDER.Ballinger
 HB1994CONCERNING THE INTENDED PURPOSE OF THE CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSING PROGRAM.Pilkington
 HB2075TO PROHIBIT COMMERCIAL SURROGACY ARRANGEMENTS AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF SURROGACY ARRANGEMENTS.Leding
 HB2088TO PROVIDE ENHANCED PENALTIES FOR A CRIMINAL OFFENSE COMMITTED BECAUSE OF THE VICTIM'S RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, ETHNICITY, ANCESTRY, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITY, OR DISABILITY.Leding
 HB2118CONCERNING THE CIVIL LIABILITY OF AN ENTITY THAT MAINTAINS A POLICY THAT PROHIBITS THE CARRYING OF A HANDGUN ON ITS PROPERTY.Womack
 HB2119CONCERNING THE CIVIL LIABILITY OF AN INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION THAT MAINTAINS A POLICY THAT PROHIBITS THE CARRYING OF A HANDGUN ON ITS PROPERTY AND THE LIABILITY OF THE INSTITUTION'S GOVERNING BODY.Womack
 HB2121CONCERNING A CITIZEN'S RIGHT TO OBSERVE AND RECORD PUBLIC EVENTS.Womack
 HB2168CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN IN A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY, PUBLIC COLLEGE, OR COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUILDING; AND CONCERNING CONCEALED HANDGUNS.Collins
 HB2199TO CLARIFY THE PURPOSE OF THE MINORITY BUSINESS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT; AND TO AMEND THE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS AND PROVIDE FOR PENALTIES UNDER THE MINORITY BUSINESS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT.M. Hodges
 HB2228CONCERNING THE INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION OF DEATHS INVOLVING A POLICE OFFICER.Blake
 HB2232TO CREATE THE GOVERNMENT NONDISCRIMINATION ACT OF 2017; AND CONCERNING RELIGIOUS LIBERTY.Ballinger
 HB2234TO REPEAL DOWER AND CURTESY RIGHTS; AND TO CREATE THE SURVIVING SPOUSE MARITAL SHARE.Ballinger
PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR COMMITTEE- HOUSE
 HB1021TO PROVIDE PAY EQUITY FOR WOMEN; AND TO AMEND THE WAGE DISCRIMINATION LAWS CONCERNING PROHIBITED CONDUCT AND REMEDIES FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE WAGE DISCRIMINATION LAWS.Love
 HB1181TO CREATE THE TRANSITION TO PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY ACT; AND TO AMEND THE PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY OF ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSES.Sullivan
 HB1182TO AUTHORIZE THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM TO ALLOW AN ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSE TO BE A PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER.Sullivan
 HB1228TO AMEND THE PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY OF AN ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSE.Hammer
 HB1237TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS SURGICAL TECHNOLOGISTS ACT; AND TO ESTABLISH THE REGISTRATION OF SURGICAL TECHNOLOGISTS.Hammer
 HB1300TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO PRIORITIZE SPENDING WITH THE DEPARTMENT AND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM TO FULLY FUND HOME- AND COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES.Miller
 HB1439TO AMEND THE HEALTHCARE QUALITY AND PAYMENT POLICY ADVISORY COMMITTEE.M. Gray
 HB1502TO CREATE AN EXEMPTION TO THE DEFINITION OF RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITY AND THE DEFINITION OF ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY.S. Meeks
 HB1504TO AMEND THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG MONITORING PROGRAM TO MANDATE PRESCRIBERS CHECK THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG MONITORING PROGRAM WHEN PRESCRIBING CERTAIN MEDICATIONS.Hammer
 HB1551TO STIMULATE JOB CREATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WHILE PRESERVING HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Womack
 HB1624TO CREATE THE RIGHT TO WAGES EARNED ACT. Leding
 HB1653TO CREATE THE DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WAIVER DEATH NOTIFICATION ACT; AND TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO PUBLISH CONCERNING THE WAITING LIST FOR THE ALTERNATIVE COMMUNITY SERVICES WAIVER PROGRAM.Miller
 HB1664TO AMEND THE FEES FOR WASTE TIRES; TO REQUIRE PAYMENT OF WASTE TIRE FEES FOR NEW CAR TIRES; AND TO REQUIRE PAYMENT OF WASTE TIRE FEES BY DEALERS MOUNTING TIRES SOLD AT OTHER LOCATIONS AND FLEET OWNERS. Payton
 HB1731TO PROVIDE AMENDED UNEMPLOYMENT CALCULATIONS AND BENEFITS FOR CERTAIN AGRICULTURAL AND CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYEES. Jett
 HB1746TO CREATE THE DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WAIVER LEGISLATIVE TASK FORCE.A. Mayberry
 HB1809TO REFORM MEDICAID SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AND MEDICALLY COMPLEX CONDITIONS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Watson
 HB1810TO CLARIFY AND ESTABLISH AN APPROPRIATE MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT METHODOLOGY FOR SMALL INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Watson
 HB1818TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS STATE BOARD OF NURSING AND THE PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE.Gonzales
 HB1865TO AMEND THE STATEWIDE FLUORIDATION PROGRAM; AND TO PROVIDE LOCAL CONTROL OVER FLUORIDE LEVELS.Ladyman
 HB1894TO REQUIRE THAT BIRTH CERTIFICATES LIST THE BIOLOGICAL SEX OF AN INDIVIDUAL AS DETERMINED AT BIRTH; AND TO PROHIBIT AMENDMENT OF A BIRTH CERTIFICATE TO CHANGE THE BIOLOGICAL SEX LISTED ON A BIRTH CERTIFICATE.Gates
 HB1903TO CREATE THE ENHANCED ELIGIBILITY AND AUTHENTICATION ACT.Bentley
 HB1951TO AMEND CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW ENACTED BY INITIATED ACT NO. 4 OF 1948; AND TO REGULATE FINAL SETTLEMENTS OF CLAIMS INVOLVING JOINT PETITIONS.Collins
 HB1952TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING THE LIABILITY OF AN EMPLOYER FOR MEDICAL COSTS RELATED TO A COMPENSABLE INJURY; AND TO AMEND PORTIONS OF THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW THAT RESULTED FROM INITIATED MEASURE 1948, NO. 4.Collins
 HB2001TO ALLOW THE CONTRACTORS LICENSING BOARD TO SUSPEND OR REVOKE THE CERTIFICATE OR LICENSE OF CERTAIN CONTRACTORS.Baltz
 HB2059TO AMEND THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG MONITORING PROGRAM; AND TO CREATE THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG ABUSE REDUCTION ACT.Hammer
 HB2060TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS PEER REVIEW FAIRNESS ACT TO ASSURE DUE PROCESS FOR PHYSICIANS AND TO PROTECT PATIENTS.Hammer
 HB2071TO PLACE LIMITATIONS AND SAFETY GUARDS ON THE MIFEPRISTONE PRESCRIPTION FOR ABORTIONS.Pilkington
 HB2123TO PROVIDE THAT SERVICES PERFORMED ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS ARE NOT CONSIDERED EMPLOYMENT UNDER THE DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE SERVICES LAW.Branscum
 HB2140TO AMEND CERTAIN PROVISIONS REGARDING ACUPUNCTURE AND EXEMPTIONS TO THE LICENSURE OF ACUPUNCTURISTS.Rye
 HB2145TO CREATE THE MEDICAID PROVIDER-LED ORGANIZED CARE ACT; TO IMPOSE AN INSURANCE PREMIUM TAX ON RISK-BASED PROVIDER ORGANIZATIONS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Penzo
 HB2148TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP) BENEFITS FUNDS TO PURCHASE LUXURY FOOD ITEMS.Penzo
 HB2149TO REQUIRE A MERCHANT TO REQUEST A PHOTO IDENTIFICATION CARD BEFORE ACCEPTING AN ELECTRONIC BENEFITS TRANSFER CARD.Penzo
 HB2160TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING TRAINING FOR VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS.Gonzales
 HB2176TO ENCOURAGE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BY FACILITATING EMPLOYMENT OF INDIVIDUALS; TO REGULATE OCCUPATIONAL BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND OTHER ENTITIES WHILE PRESERVING HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.McCollum
 HB2192TO CREATE A TASK FORCE TO STUDY NONMUNICIPAL DOMESTIC SEWAGE TREATMENT WORKS; AND TO PREPARE A REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Sabin
 HB2230TO REQUIRE CIRCULATING NURSES IN OPERATING ROOMS OF HOSPITALS AND AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTERS.Hammer
 HB2245TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING INFORMAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION HEARINGS PERTAINING TO DISPUTE RESOLUTIONS FOR LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES.Gazaway
 HB2265TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CONTRACTORS; AND TO CREATE A TASK FORCE TO STUDY THE BEST PRACTICES AND EXAMINE THE CURRENT LAWS AND RULES PERTAINING TO THE LICENSING OF CONTRACTORS AND CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS.Cozart
 HB2267TO ESTABLISH THE USE OF GRANNY CAMS IN A LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY; AND TO ESTABLISH AUTHORIZATION FOR AND USE OF A MONITORING DEVICE IN A LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY.Leding
 HB2274TO AUTHORIZE REVOCATION OF THE ELIGIBILITY FOR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS OF A RECIPIENT WHO REPEATEDLY MISSES REQUIRED JOB INTERVIEW APPOINTMENTS. Hammer
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION- HOUSE
 HB1226TO REQUIRE A STUDY OF AND REPORT ON THE NEEDS OF THE STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM AND THE POLICIES AND LAWS NECESSARY TO ADDRESS THOSE NEEDS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Jett
 HB1387TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING MANDATORY SEAT BELT USE; TO MAKE A VIOLATION OF THE MANDATORY SEAT BELT USE LAW A SECONDARY OFFENSE FOR ENFORCEMENT PURPOSES.Payton
 HB1520CONCERNING BICYCLE SAFETY; AND TO ALLOW BICYCLISTS TO YIELD AT STOP SIGNS AND RED LIGHTS UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.B. Smith
 HB1572TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE POWERS OF A REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY.D. Douglas
 HB1877CONCERNING MOTORCYCLIST PROFILING; AND TO ESTABLISH LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING.Pilkington
 HB1920TO ALLOW THE OPERATION OF STREET-LEGAL ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES ON PUBLIC STREETS AND HIGHWAYS; TO CREATE THE STREET-LEGAL ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE EDUCATION AND SAFETY PROGRAM; AND TO CREATE THE CONCEALED HANDGUN CARRY FEE-REDUCTION FUND.Vaught
 HB1964TO AMEND UNCODIFIED ACT 1007 OF 1995.Jett
 HB2106TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT AN ONLINE MOTOR VEHICLE LIABILITY INSURANCE VERIFICATION SYSTEM; AND TO ENHANCE COMPLIANCE WITH AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLE LIABILITY INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS. Johnson
 HB2154TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE OF A SPECIAL LICENSE PLATE; TO LIMIT THE TYPES OF SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES.S. Meeks
REVENUE & TAXATION- HOUSE
 HB1028TO EXEMPT CERTAIN BUSES, COACHES, AND OTHER MOTOR VEHICLES FROM SALES AND USE TAXES.Lemons
 HB1037TO REGULATE THE SALE OF TAX-DELINQUENT PROPERTY; AND TO PROHIBIT OWNERS OF TAX-DELINQUENT PROPERTY FROM BIDDING ON OR PURCHASING TAX-DELINQUENT PROPERTY.Wardlaw
 HB1227TO REDUCE INCOME TAX RATES IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES; AND TO REDUCE INCOME TAX RATES BASED ON THE GROWTH OF INCOME TAX COLLECTIONS.Farrer
 HB1252TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX DEDUCTION ALLOWED FOR MEDICAL AND DENTAL EXPENSES; AND TO REMOVE THE THRESHOLD FOR CLAIMING AN INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR MEDICAL AND DENTAL EXPENSES.Rye
 HB1253TO REPEAL THE REQUIREMENT THAT CERTAIN RETAILERS PREPAY SALES TAXES.Wardlaw
 HB1263TO CREATE A SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR PARTS FOR AND REPAIR OF AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY.Jett
 HB1395TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR TAXPAYERS THAT EMPLOY A RECENTLY RETURNED VETERAN.Leding
 HB1396TO EXEMPT FROM THE INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS, AWARDS, AND GRANTS FROM NONPROFIT VOLUNTEER SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS.Leding
 HB1397TO EQUALIZE THE SALES TAX TREATMENT OF DUES AND MEMBERSHIP FEES FOR CERTAIN CLUBS AND FACILITIES; AND TO LEVY A SALES TAX ON DUES AND MEMBERSHIP FEES TO CERTAIN FACILITIES AND CLUBS.Leding
 HB1399HONOR ARKANSAS VETERANS ACT OF 2017.Ballinger
 HB1409TO CREATE AN EXEMPTION FROM THE INCOME TAX FOR SERVICE PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF FOREIGN SERVICE PERSONNEL.House
 HB1412TO PROVIDE FOR A PARTIAL PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION FOR DISABLED VETERANS IN PROPORTION TO THE EXTENT OF THE DISABILITY OF THE VETERAN.Ballinger
 HB1512TO REDUCE THE INCOME TAX RATES APPLICABLE TO INDIVIDUALS, TRUSTS, AND ESTATES USING REVENUES DERIVED FROM SALES AND USE TAX FROM SELLERS THAT DO NOT HAVE A PHYSICAL PRESENCE IN THE STATE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Davis
 HB1531TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR EDUCATIONAL LOAN PAYMENTS FOR QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS AND EMPLOYERS OF QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS.G. Hodges
 HB1535TO AMEND THE DISTRIBUTION AND USE OF SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES.K. Hendren
 HB1565TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE AND EXPIRATION OF GROSS RECEIPTS TAX PERMITS AND THE COLLECTION OF UNPAID TAXES UPON DISCONTINUATION OF BUSINESS.Jett
 HB1647TO EXCLUDE MANUFACTURER REBATES ON MOTOR VEHICLES FROM THE DEFINITIONS USED FOR PURPOSES OF DETERMINING SALES AND USE TAXES.C. Douglas
 HB1684TO EXTEND THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR DETERMINING THE CORRECT AMOUNT OF TAX DUE IN RELATION TO CERTAIN AMENDED RETURNS OR VERIFIED CLAIMS FOR CREDIT OR REFUND.Jett
 HB1693TO AMEND THE DISTRIBUTION AND USE OF SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES.Rye
 HB1795TO EXEMPT CERTAIN DONATED ITEMS FROM SALES AND USE TAXES. Gates
 HB1796TO AMEND THE TIME LIMITATIONS FOR TAX ASSESSMENTS, COLLECTIONS, REFUNDS, AND PROSECUTION; AND TO LIMIT THE TIME AVAILABLE FOR A TAX AUDIT. Gates
 HB1824TO ALLOW A PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION FOR DISABLED VETERANS WITH A ONE HUNDRED PERCENT (100%) TOTAL DISABILITY THAT MAY NOT BE PERMANENT; AND TO CLARIFY THE REQUIREMENTS FOR ESTABLISHING ELIGIBILITY FOR THE EXEMPTION.J. Williams
 HB1845TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX EXEMPTION FOR TEACHERS EMPLOYED IN CRITICAL TEACHER SHORTAGE AREAS.Richey
 HB1850TO CREATE THE STRONG FAMILIES ACT; AND TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR EMPLOYERS THAT PROVIDE PAID FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE FOR CERTAIN EMPLOYEES.Leding
 HB1853TO AMEND THE DEADLINE FOR ASSESSING TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY.Ladyman
 HB1911TO CLARIFY THE APPLICATION OF THE INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR WASTE REDUCTION, REUSE, OR RECYCLING EQUIPMENT USED FOR WOOD AND WOOD FIBER.Bragg
 HB1965TO REPEAL PROVISIONS REGARDING THE USE OF SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES FROM REMOTE SELLERS; TO DEPOSIT SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES FROM REMOTE SELLERS INTO A FUND TO BE USED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Jett
 HB2062TO EASE THE BURDEN ON TAXPAYERS; TO OFFSET EXCESS REVENUES AVAILABLE TO THE STATE; AND TO AMEND THE USE AND DISTRIBUTION OF CERTAIN REVENUES.Hammer
 HB2066TO PROVIDE FOR A PARTIAL REBATE OF DISTILLATE SPECIAL FUEL TAXES IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES; AND TO CREATE THE DISTILLATE SPECIAL FUEL TAX REFUND FUND.Hammer
 HB2068TO RETURN EXCESS FEDERAL GRANT FUNDS TO THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT; AND TO ENCOURAGE RELIEF OF THE NATIONAL DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES.Hammer
 HB2100TO AMEND AND MODERNIZE THE LAW CONCERNING THE APPORTIONMENT OF INCOME DERIVED FROM MULTISTATE OPERATIONS; TO CHANGE THE METHOD FOR SOURCING OF RECEIPTS FOR SERVICES AND INTANGIBLES.Jett
 HB2276TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION TO REPORT THE REVENUE IMPACT OF EACH TAX AND EACH TAX CREDIT, DEDUCTION, AND EXEMPTION.Gonzales
STATE AGENCIES & GOVT'L AFFAIRS- HOUSE
 HB1004TO CREATE THE DEMOCRACY ACT; TO REQUIRE AUTOMATIC VOTER REGISTRATION; AND TO AMEND AMENDMENT 51 OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION. Blake
 HB1005TO REQUIRE REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE OF ELECTIONEERING COMMUNICATIONS; AND TO RESTRICT THE AMOUNT OF MONEY SPENT ON CAMPAIGN COMMUNICATIONS PRODUCED IN COORDINATION WITH A CANDIDATE FOR OFFICE. Tucker
 HB1009TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING APPROVED POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES; AND TO PREVENT A MEMBER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY FROM FORMING MORE THAN ONE (1) APPROVED POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE. Leding
 HB1011TO AMEND PROVISIONS CONCERNING POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTIONS; AND TO PROHIBIT DIRECT CONTRIBUTIONS BETWEEN POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES. Sabin
 HB1012TO AMEND PROVISIONS CONCERNING POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES; AND TO PROHIBIT DIRECT CONTRIBUTIONS FROM POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES TO CANDIDATES. Sabin
 HB1046TO PERMIT PAID MATERNITY LEAVE AND PAID ADOPTIVE AND FOSTER LEAVE FOR STATE EMPLOYEES.Tucker
 HB1151TO REQUIRE THAT REGISTERED VOTERS BE NOTIFIED BY MAIL OF THE DATES FOR CERTAIN SPECIAL ELECTIONS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING SPECIAL ELECTIONS. Davis
 HB1179TO AMEND PROVISIONS PROVIDING DEATH BENEFITS TO DESIGNATED BENEFICIARIES OR SURVIVORS OF POLICE OFFICERS.Ballinger
 HB1447TO TRANSFER THE STATE BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS TO THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING COMPLAINTS OF ELECTION LAW VIOLATIONS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.M. Gray
 HB1741TO ESTABLISH A BLUE ALERT NOTIFICATION SYSTEM; AND CONCERNING EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.Vaught
 HB1766TO CREATE "THE NONPARTISAN BLANKET PRIMARY ACT"; TO INSTITUTE THE NONPARTISAN BLANKET PRIMARY ELECTION SYSTEM; AND TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS ELECTION CODE.D. Douglas
 HB1819CONCERNING BALLOT TITLES AND POPULAR NAMES OF CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.K. Hendren
 HB1832TO ALLOW THE EMPLOYMENT OF SPECIAL COUNSEL BY A STATE OFFICIAL OR ENTITY IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES; AND TO REQUIRE SPECIAL COUNSEL TO OBTAIN APPROVAL BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL BEFORE ENTERING INTO A SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT.House
 HB1861CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF BALLOT TITLES AND POPULAR NAMES OF PETITIONS PRIOR TO CIRCULATION.Ballinger
 HB1866TO EXEMPT CERTAIN INFORMATION PERTAINING TO A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER FROM THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; AND CONCERNING PUBLIC RECORD WEBSITES.Lundstrum
 HB1931CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF BALLOT TITLES AND POPULAR NAMES OF PETITIONS PRIOR TO CIRCULATION.Gillam
 HB1932CONCERNING THE REVIEW OF RULES PROMULGATED BY THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH AND THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.Gillam
 HB1988CONCERNING COUNTY JAIL REIMBURSEMENT FOR HOUSING STATE INMATES.Lundstrum
 HB2018TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING INTERNAL AUDITS OF STATE AGENCIES; AND TO ESTABLISH THE APPROPRIATE LEVEL OF INDEPENDENCE FOR INTERNAL AUDIT ACTIVITIES WITHIN CERTAIN STATE AGENCIES.M. Gray
 HB2074TO AMEND PROVISIONS CONCERNING INITIATIVES AND REFERENDA.Leding
 HB2095TO ESTABLISH VOTE CENTERS ON THE CAMPUSES OF STATE-SUPPORTED POSTSECONDARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING VOTE CENTERS.G. Hodges
 HB2128TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF STATE AGENCY RULES.Lowery
 HB2162TO PROMOTE VOTER TURNOUT; TO AMEND THE LAW TO LIMIT THE DATES ON WHICH CERTAIN SPECIAL ELECTIONS CAN BE HELD; TO AMEND THE LAW THAT RESULTED FROM INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1942.Gonzales
 HB2183TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS WHISTLE-BLOWER ACT; AND TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "WHISTLEBLOWER".Lowery
 HB2196TO AMEND LANGUAGE CONCERNING THE SPORT OF PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING; AND TO CREATE AN EXEMPTION FOR CHARTABLE EVENTS.Henderson
 HB2200TO MODIFY THE DEFINITION OF "SMALL PROCUREMENTS"; TO INCREASE THE ABILITY OF THE STATE TO CONTRACT WITH CERTIFIED MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISES; AND TO ELIMINATE BURDENSOME DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS.M. Hodges
 HB2231TO REGULATE THE ADMINISTRATION OF REAL PROPERTY OF THE STATE AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS OF THE STATE.Rushing
 HB2259TO REQUIRE THE PASSAGE OF THE CIVICS PORTION OF THE NATURALIZATION TEST USED BY UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES BEFORE A MEMBER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY VOTE FOR OR AGAINST A BILL OR RESOLUTION.Walker
 HB2260TO REQUIRE THE PASSAGE OF THE CIVICS PORTION OF THE NATURALIZATION TEST USED BY UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES BEFORE A PERSON MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO SERVE AS A DIRECTOR OR HEAD OF A STATE AGENCY.Walker
 HB2261TO REQUIRE THE PASSAGE OF THE CIVICS PORTION OF THE NATURALIZATION TEST USED BY UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES BEFORE A PERSON MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO SERVE AS A CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICER OF THIS STATE.Walker
 HCR1014REQUESTING AND PETITIONING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO PROPOSE FOR SUBMISSION TO THE STATES FOR CONTINUED RATIFICATION AN EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT.V. Flowers
 HCR1015REQUESTING AND PETITIONING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO PROPOSE AN AMENDMENT TO THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS REPEALING THE LANGUAGE OF THE THREE-FIFTHS COMPROMISE.V. Flowers
 HJR1001APPLYING TO THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO CALL A CONVENTION FOR PROPOSING AMENDMENTS PURSUANT TO ARTICLE V OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION.Ballinger
 HJR1002AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO PROVIDE FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF EMERGENCY INTERIM SUCCESSORS TO CERTAIN CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICES UPON THE OCCURRENCE OF A CATASTROPHIC EVENT.S. Meeks
 HJR1004AN AMENDMENT TO ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 5, SECTION 1, CONCERNING THE FILING OF INITIATIVE PETITIONS AND THE PROCESS FOR CHALLENGING THE SUFFICIENCY OF A PETITION.Leding
 HJR1005THE PUBLIC EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP AMENDMENT OF 2018.Lowery
 HJR1006A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT REPEALING THE FISCAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. K. Hendren
 HJR1007AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE BALLOT TITLES OF CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.K. Hendren
 HJR1008AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO PROVIDE THAT THE STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION SHALL BE GOVERNED IN THE SAME MANNER AS ALL OTHER STATE AGENCIES.Dotson
 HJR1009AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO PROVIDE THAT INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING SHALL COMPLY WITH LAWS ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY THAT AFFECT INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING.Dotson
 HJR1010AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE FUNDING OF PUBLIC EDUCATION OFFERED TO THE CITIZENS OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.Dotson
 HJR1011AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE APPLICABILITY OF ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 33, TO INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING.Drown
 HJR1012AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO REVISE THE METHOD OF SELECTION OF JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT.Shepherd
 HJR1013AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION REVISING THE PROCESS FOR SUBMITTING PROPOSED MEASURES AND CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS TO VOTERS FOR APPROVAL OR REJECTION.Ballinger
 HJR1014AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE INCREASE OF THE RATES FOR SALES AND USE TAXES.A. Mayberry
 HJR1015A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO PROVIDE THAT AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION SHALL NOT SPECIFICALLY BESTOW POWERS, PRIVILEGES, OR AUTHORITY TO SPECIFIC INDIVIDUALS OR BUSINESS ENTITIES IDENTIFIED BY NAME.A. Mayberry
 HJR1017AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION PROVIDING CERTAIN ADDITIONAL RIGHTS TO VICTIMS OF CRIMES.C. Douglas
 HJR1018AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING CIVIL ACTIONS AND COURT PROCEDURES.Shepherd
 HJR1019AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING AWARDS IN CIVIL ACTIONS.Gazaway
 HJR1020AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO REPEAL THE FISCAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND TO PROVIDE FOR ANNUAL REGULAR SESSIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.Davis
 HJR1021A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROVIDING THAT A MONUMENT OR STATUE SHALL NOT BE PLACED UPON THE STATE CAPITOL GROUNDS UNLESS AT LEAST TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF THE STATE SIGN A PETITION IN FAVOR OF THE PLACEMENT.Sorvillo