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 Bills in Senate Committees

 
Measure No(Ascending)
Bill Subtitle
Sponsor
AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - SENATE
 HB1692TO INCREASE PENALTIES UNDER THE STATE PLANT BOARD; TO LIMIT THE USES OF PENALTIES ABOVE ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,000); AND TO DIRECT MONEYS TO SCHOLARSHIPS AND TRAINING OF PERSONNEL. Hillman
 HB1778TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS INDUSTRIAL HEMP ACT; AND TO CREATE A RESEARCH PROGRAM TO ASSESS THE AGRICULTURAL AND ECONOMIC POTENTIAL OF INDUSTRIAL HEMP PRODUCTION IN ARKANSAS. Hillman
 HB2175TO REPEAL ARCHAIC LANGUAGE IN TITLE 2 OF ARKANSAS CODE; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY COMMISSION; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CONTROL OF CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.D. Douglas
 HB2180TO ESTABLISH THAT THE NORTHEAST ARKANSAS DISTRICT FAIR LOCATION SHALL BE DETERMINED BY THE NORTHEAST ARKANSAS DISTRICT FAIR ADVISORY BOARD. Rye
 HB2218TO AMEND THE MINORITY BUSINESS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT; AND TO REPEAL CERTAIN CONTRACTING GOALS.M. Gray
 SB101TO PROHIBIT WARRANTLESS ENTRY ONTO PRIVATE PROPERTY REGARDING FERAL HOGS BY A GAME WARDEN OR OTHER OFFICER AUTHORIZED TO ENFORCE GAME LAWS. Rice
 SB161TO REPEAL THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC ROADS IMPROVEMENTS CREDIT ACT; AND TO REPEAL THE PUBLIC ROADS INCENTIVE FUND.D. Wallace
 SB433TO ALLOW THE USE OF PHOTOCOPIES, ELECTRONICALLY TRANSMITTED COPIES AND FACSIMILES, AND OTHER FORMS OF PERMITS OF MOVEMENT FOR TRANSPORTING HORSES. G. Stubblefield
 SB559TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS TOURISM DEVELOPMENT ACT.Standridge
 SB560TO PROVIDE FOR AN AGGREGATED STATEWIDE LABOR STUDY; TO REGULATE THE DATA COLLECTION FOR AN AGGREGATED STATEWIDE LABOR STUDY; TO PROVIDE FUNDING FOR AN AGGREGATED STATEWIDE LABOR STUDY; AND TO PROMOTE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTCaldwell
 SB699TO CLARIFY CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THAT MAY BE AMENDED BY LAW.J. Dismang
 SB787TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESSES; AND TO AMEND THE MINORITY BUSINESS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT.Irvin
CITY, COUNTY & LOCAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - SENATE
 HB1733TO UPDATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT TERMINOLOGY CONCERNING ALDERMEN.Lynch
 HB1734TO UPDATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT TERMINOLOGY CONCERNING FORM OF GOVERNMENT.Lynch
 HB1758TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING FIRE PROTECTION AND WASHER-EXTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS.Leding
 HB1829TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PROVISION OF WATER SERVICE TO A MUNICIPALITY BY A RURAL WATER SERVICE.Lundstrum
 HB1868TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE REIMBURSEMENT OF MEAL TIPS FOR MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES.Lemons
 HB2238TO AMEND THE LAW TO CREATE TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS.Love
 HB2269TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ABANDONMENT OF STREETS.Wardlaw
 SB14PROHIBITING MUNICIPAL SANCTUARY POLICIES.G. Stubblefield
 SB270TO PROTECT PROPERTY RIGHTS OF OWNERS OR LESSEES OF REAL PROPERTY NEAR A SPORT SHOOTING RANGE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.S. Flowers
 SB299TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PUBLIC WATER SYSTEMS; AND TO ALLOW VOTERS TO ELECT "FOR" OR "AGAINST" WATER FLUORIDATION.B. King
 SB332TO PROVIDE OPEN AND FAIR COMPETITION FOR STATE-FUNDED WATER, WASTEWATER, AND STORM WATER DRAINAGE PROJECTS BY INCLUDING ACCEPTABLE PIPING MATERIALS IN A PROJECT BID.J. Hendren
 SB447TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CIVIL SERVICE.J. Hutchinson
 SB532TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION OF A MUNICIPALITY.Files
 SB561TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016 REGARDING LOCAL REGULATIONS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Hester
 SB597ACT TO CLARIFY THE AUTHORITY, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND PROCEDURES OF COUNTY ELECTION COMMISSIONERS. A. Clark
 SB622TO REQUIRE CONSOLIDATED WATERWORKS SYSTEMS TO PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS IN THE USE AND DISPOSITION OF WATER.J. Hendren
 SB661TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE TO ARKANSANS LIVING IN FOOD DESERTS. K. Ingram
 SB689TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS LOCATED IN A HISTORICAL DISTRICT.S. Flowers
 SB739TO AMEND THE LAW TO ALLOW CITIZENS TO PETITION FOR AN ELECTION TO FORM A METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT BETWEEN A CITY AND A COUNTY.A. Clark
 SB743ESTABLISHING THE OPTION OF A MUNICIPALITY TO SPECIFICALLY PROHIBIT THE OPEN POSSESSION OF A HANDGUN IN PUBLIC BY A MAJORITY VOTE OF THE CITIZENS OF A MUNICIPALITY.Bond
 SB762CONCERNING A COUNTY SHERIFF'S COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY AND EQUIPMENT FUND; AND CONCERNING COMMISSIONS FROM PRISONER TELEPHONE SERVICE PROFITS AND PRISONER COMMISSARY SERVICES.Hester
 SB783TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ISSUING AND RECORDING OF MARRIAGE LICENSES.Collins-Smith
EDUCATION COMMITTEE - SENATE
 HB1575TO LIMIT THE AMOUNT OF FUND BALANCES A SCHOOL DISTRICT MAY MAINTAIN.Lowery
 HB1576TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ACADEMIC FACILITIES PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM CONCERNING APPROVED BUT UNFUNDED NEW CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS.C. Douglas
 HB1611CONCERNING THE BASIC LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS.Tucker
 HB1666TO REQUIRE INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION TO PROVIDE INFORMATION ON MENTAL HEALTH AND SUICIDE PREVENTION SERVICES TO ENTERING STUDENTS.Sabin
 HB1672CONCERNING ADMISSIONS POLICIES OF CHARTER SCHOOLS; AND TO ALIGN CHARTER SCHOOL ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS FOR A STUDENT WHO HAS BEEN EXPELLED FROM ANOTHER SCHOOL DISTRICT WITH ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS.Tucker
 HB1710TO REVISE THE CIVICS AND WORLD HISTORY REQUIREMENTS TO GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL.S. Meeks
 HB1855TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING SCHOOL CHOICE FOR FOSTER CHILDREN.Davis
 HB1897TO REQUIRE STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION TO OFFER TO THEIR STUDENTS A PANIC BUTTON ALERT SYSTEM.Baltz
 HB1907TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE ACADEMIC FACILITIES PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM.C. Douglas
 HB1935TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016; TO CLARIFY THE EFFECT ON ARKANSAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Lowery
 HB2163TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING VARIOUS BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES, AND OTHER SIMILAR ENTITIES; AND TO ABOLISH CERTAIN BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES, OR OTHER SIMILAR ENTITIES.Maddox
 HB2243TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS.Davis
 SB179TO ALLOW REINSTATEMENT OF A VOLUNTARILY SURRENDERED, SUSPENDED, OR REVOKED EDUCATOR'S LICENSE UPON A SHOWING OF REHABILITATION AND FITNESS TO PERFORM THE DUTIES AUTHORIZED BY THE LICENSE.Elliott
 SB230CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND NONEMPLOYER CONTRIBUTING ENTITIES; AND CONCERNING COLLECTIVE NET PENSION LIABILITY OF STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.Maloch
 SB251TO REMOVE REMEDIATION AS A FUNCTION OF INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION; TO TRANSFER HIGHER EDUCATION REMEDIATION FUNDING TO OTHER STATE ENTITIES; TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.B. King
 SB261TO ESTABLISH THAT ATTORNEY RECORDS RELATED TO LITIGATION INVOLVING A STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION OR ITS OFFICERS OR EMPLOYEES ARE EXEMPT FROM THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967.Hester
 SB28CONCERNING ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS; AND TO DIRECT THE OFFICE OF THE ARKANSAS LOTTERY TO ESTABLISH A TRUST ACCOUNT FOR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM AWARD SUPPLEMENTS.Hickey
 SB287TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING SCHOOL ELECTIONS.Hester
 SB29CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS; TO SUPPLEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS WITH EXCESS LOTTERY PROCEEDS.Hickey
 SB298TO DISCONTINUE THE PROVISION OF DECLINING ENROLLMENT FUNDING FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.J. English
 SB30TO ESTABLISH AMOUNTS FOR ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD SUPPLEMENTS.Hickey
 SB347TO TRANSFER CROWLEY'S RIDGE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE TO EAST ARKANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Caldwell
 SB437TO REQUIRE LEGISLATIVE REVIEW OF EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITY ORGANIZATIONS THAT RECEIVE FUNDS FROM A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT AS A CONDITION OF RECEIVING THOSE FUNDS.J. Hutchinson
 SB438TO INCREASE EQUITY IN FUNDING FOR STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.J. Hendren
 SB503TO PROVIDE FOR CONSISTENT TREATMENT IN REIMBURSEMENT FOR THE EDUCATION OF ARKANSAS STUDENTS DURING PLACEMENT IN A FACILITY IN A BORDER STATE.Elliott
 SB504TO AMEND THE DATE OF AN ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION.J. English
 SB507TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING DIGITAL LEARNING PROVIDERS.J. English
 SB509CONCERNING SCHOOLS IN SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT; AND TO REQUIRE A STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF A POTENTIAL TAKEOVER OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL OR DISTRICT AND OF THE CLOSING OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL.Elliott
 SB536TO REQUIRE CERTAIN SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO ELECT MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS BY ZONE.E. Cheatham
 SB539TO AMEND TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE PERTAINING TO INTERDISTRICT SCHOOL CHOICE.Hester
 SB549TO EXTEND THE AMOUNT OF RECESS TIME REQUIRED FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS; AND TO AMEND THE AMOUNT OF INSTRUCTIONAL TIME REQUIRED FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS IN A SCHOOL DAY.G. Stubblefield
 SB557TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING TRUTH IN ADVERTISING AS IT RELATES TO THE ARKANSAS SCHOLARSHIP LOTTERY.A. Clark
 SB577TO REQUIRE APPROVAL BEFORE POSTING SIGNAGE, INFORMATION, OR OTHER MATERIAL IN A COMMON AREA OF A STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION.Standridge
 SB582TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE ALLOCATION OF ENROLLMENT POSITIONS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS COLLEGE OF MEDICINE.Files
 SB583TO REQUIRE THAT AT LEAST TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT (25%) OF LOTTERY PROCEEDS BE NET PROCEEDS AVAILABLE FOR SCHOLARSHIPS.Elliott
 SB591TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING A LONGITUDINAL DATA SYSTEM.J. English
 SB595TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS WORKFORCE LONGITUDINAL DATA SYSTEM ACT; TO AUTHORIZE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ARKANSAS RESEARCH CENTER; AND TO IMPLEMENT THE ARKANSAS WORKFORCE LONGITUDINAL DATA SYSTEM.J. English
 SB610TO ELIMINATE CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS.Elliott
 SB614TO CREATE A TASK FORCE TO ESTABLISH A PLAN FOR EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE IN FACILITIES AND ACADEMICS.Bond
 SB628TO PROVIDE THAT SUPERINTENDENTS AND PERSONNEL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ARE IMMUNE FROM ANY CIVIL LIABILITY FOR ENFORCING A POLICY THAT COMPLIES WITH STATE OR FEDERAL LAW.Standridge
 SB629TO CLOSE ONE (1) OF THE LAW SCHOOLS IN THIS STATE.B. King
 SB690TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016; TO CLARIFY THE EFFECT ON ARKANSAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.A. Clark
 SB703TO AMEND VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE.J. Hendren
 SB706TO CREATE A COMMISSION ON THE CREATION AND SUSTAINABILITY OF WORLD-CLASS PUBLIC SCHOOLS.Elliott
 SB707TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING ELIGIBILITY FOR ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIPS.Elliott
 SB709TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE TRANSPARENCY OF DATA.Elliott
 SB710TO REQUIRE MEETINGS OF THE GOVERNING BOARDS OF A SCHOOL THAT RECEIVES STATE FUNDS TO BE OPEN MEETINGS.Elliott
 SB711TO REQUIRE A SCHOOL THAT RECEIVES STATE FUNDS TO PRESENT EVIDENCE FOR THE NEED FOR A WAIVER FROM STATE LAWS OR STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION RULES AND FOR THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE WAIVER AFTER SCHOOL RECEIVES THE WAIVERS.Elliott
 SB712TO REQUIRE SCHOOL TRANSPARENCY.Elliott
 SB713TO REQUIRE A SCHOOL THAT RECEIVES STATE FUNDS TO DISCLOSE INFORMATION CONCERNING ANY WAIVERS FROM STATE LAWS OR STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION RULES RECEIVED BY THE SCHOOL.Elliott
 SB719TO AMEND VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING PUBLIC EDUCATION.Hester
 SB752TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE TRANSPARENCY OF STATE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS.L. Chesterfield
 SB759TO REQUIRE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO REPORT DEMOGRAPHIC DISPARITIES TO THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION.L. Chesterfield
 SB767TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE CARE OF HIGH-NEEDS STUDENTS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS.Irvin
 SB780TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE OFFERING OF SECOND AMENDMENT EDUCATION AND TRAINING ON SCHOOL CAMPUSES.Collins-Smith
INSURANCE & COMMERCE - SENATE
 HB1166TO CLARIFY THE OBLIGATIONS OF RESIDENTIAL LANDLORDS AND RESIDENTIAL TENANTS; AND TO REQUIRE IMPLIED QUALITY STANDARDS FOR TENANTS OF RESIDENTIAL REAL PROPERTY.Rushing
 HB1310CONCERNING THE POWER OF STATE BANKS.Shepherd
 HB1742CONCERNING A CIVIL ACTION INVOLVING A DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICE; AND TO DEFINE THE MEASURE OF DAMAGES IN A CASE INVOLVING A DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICE.Rushing
 HB1828CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS TITLE INSURANCE ACT; AND TO CLARIFY THAT NO CAUSE OF ACTION EXISTS FOR NEGLIGENCE BY AN INSURED AGAINST A TITLE INSURANCE AGENCY OR AGENT FOR LACK OF REASONABLE CARE IN A TITLE SEARCH.Warren
 HB1900TO AMEND THE REQUIREMENTS FOR HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR MEDICALLY NECESSARY FOODS USED IN THE TREATMENT OF INBORN ERRORS OF METABOLISM.Bentley
 HB1941CONCERNING AN ENTREPRENEUR UNDER EIGHTEEN (18) YEARS OF AGE; AND TO CREATE THE COLIN KEADY YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR MENTOR PROGRAM.C. Douglas
 HB1984TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CERTAIN POWERS OF THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION'S AUTHORITY OVER ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAMS AND MEASURES.Beck
 HB2014TO REQUIRE HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR REGENERATIVE INJECTION THERAPY USED AS A NONSURGICAL TREATMENT OF MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE INJURIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Baltz
 HB2048TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CASUALTY INSURANCE COVERAGE AND MORTGAGE LIEN PROTECTION.Rushing
 HB2053TO TRANSFER THE ARKANSAS FAIR HOUSING COMMISSION TO THE ARKANSAS DEVELOPMENT FINANCE AUTHORITY.Hammer
 HB2139CONCERNING FRAUDULENT TRANSFERS AND VOIDABLE TRANSACTIONS.D. Whitaker
 HB2193TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE.Hammer
 HB2240TO EXEMPT DIRECT PRIMARY CARE AGREEMENTS FROM INSURANCE REGULATION.Gonzales
 HB2250CONCERNING PAID FANTASY SPORTS GAMES.Gazaway
 HB2251CONCERNING THE PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION ACT; AND TO DEFINE "ENCRYPTION" IN THE PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION ACT.Gazaway
 SB636TO AMEND THE LAW FOR PURCHASING OR OBTAINING CONDEMNED PROPERTY.S. Flowers
 SB637TO REQUIRE A BOND TO DEMOLISH A COMMERCIAL BUILDING.S. Flowers
 SB638TO ESTABLISH THE MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS OF COMMON AREAS OF COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS; AND TO ESTABLISH LIABILITY FOR FAILURE TO MAINTAIN THE COMMON AREAS OF COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS.S. Flowers
 SB639TO MODIFY THE REQUIREMENTS OF A COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTOR; AND TO REQUIRE NOTICE TO ALL OWNERS OF THE COMMERCIAL BUILDING.S. Flowers
 SB640TO ESTABLISH THE SMALL BUSINESS RED TAPE REDUCTION AND CROWDFUNDING ACT OF 2017.Bond
 SB650TO AMEND COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR CRANIOFACIAL ANOMALY RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY.L. Eads
 SB653TO ESTABLISH AN OPTIONAL ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM TO FINANCE AND ADMINISTER EMPLOYEE BENEFITS COMPENSATION UNDER ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 5, § 32 AND THROUGH THE EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT INCOME SECURITY ACT OF 1974.D. Sanders
 SB671TO REGULATE INSTALLMENT LOANS; TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS TRADITIONAL INSTALLMENT LOAN ACT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Hester
 SB725TO CREATE LAW REGARDING THE PREVENTION OF PREDATORY LENDING IN ARKANSAS; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CREDIT SERVICES ORGANIZATIONS; AND TO CLARIFY STATE USURY LAW AND CERTAIN USURIOUS LOAN TRANSACTIONS.Rapert
 SB732TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING THE SERVICES OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANIES. Rice
 SB748TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PAWNBROKERS; TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS PAWNBROKER ACT; AND TO CREATE THE PAWNBROKER LICENSURE COMMISSION. D. Wallace
 SB760TO CLARIFY WORKERS' COMPENSATION DEATH AND PERMANENT TOTAL DISABILITY TRUST FUND PAYMENTS UNDER THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW THAT RESULTED FROM INITIATED MEASURE 1948, NO. 4.D. Sanders
 SB766TO PROMOTE BROADBAND DEPLOYMENT IN ARKANSAS.K. Ingram
 SB776TO REQUIRE A MEDICAL CARE PROVIDER TO MAINTAIN MINIMUM LIABILITY INSURANCE.J. Hutchinson
JUDICIARY COMMITTEE - SENATE
 HB1361TO AMEND THE GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE OR SEPARATION UNDER THE COVENANT MARRIAGE ACT OF 2001; AND TO ADD EMOTIONAL ABUSE AS A GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE AND SEPARATION UNDER THE COVENANT MARRIAGE ACT OF 2001.Speaks
 HB1381TO AMEND THE GROUNDS FOR DENYING PERMANENCY PLANS THAT PLACE JUVENILES IN THE CUSTODY OF A PARENT, GUARDIAN, OR CUSTODIAN.Gazaway
 HB1382TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE COLLECTION OF A SMALL ESTATE BY A DISTRIBUTEE; AND TO ESTABLISH PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED AFTER A CLAIM IS FILED AGAINST A SMALL ESTATE.Gazaway
 HB1654CONCERNING THE RIGHTS OF GRANDPARENTS INVOLVED WITH FOSTER CARE AND ADOPTION CASES.Rushing
 HB1668CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF DRIVING OR BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED; AND CONCERNING THE DISPOSITION OF A DEFENDANT CONVICTED OF DRIVING OR BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED.Lemons
 HB1873TO AMEND THE OBLIGATIONS OF AN OPERATOR OF A VESSEL INVOLVED IN A COLLISION OR ACCIDENT; AND TO AMEND THE CRIMINAL PENALTIES.L. Fite
 HB1886TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 16 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Gazaway
 HB1895CONCERNING THE CONCEALED CARRY OF A HANDGUN BY A CONCEALED CARRY LICENSEE INSIDE A COURTHOUSE.Gates
 HB1927TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE GROUNDS FOR THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.C. Fite
 HB1973TO PROVIDE FOR THE RESUMPTION OF SERVICES FOR PARENTS WHOSE PARENTAL RIGHTS ARE TERMINATED; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE REINSTATEMENT OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.D. Meeks
 HB1986CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF INDECENT EXPOSURE.Ballinger
 HB2012CONCERNING THE POSTING OF BOND TO RELEASE A PERSON FROM JAIL; AND CONCERNING THE POSTING OF BOND BY A MINOR TO RELEASE A PERSON FROM JAIL.Vaught
 HB2104TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE RIGHTS OF INCARCERATED PARENTS AND THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.V. Flowers
 HB2112CONCERNING A PERSON WHO FAILS TO APPEAR OR FAILS TO PAY A FINE; CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF FAILURE TO APPEAR; AND CONCERNING COSTS, FINES, AND FEES ASSESSED TO A PERSON WHO IS INCARCERATED OR IN A HOSPITAL OR INPATIENT FACILITY.Walker
 HB2113CONCERNING THE TESTING OF A FIREARM FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENTRY INTO THE NATIONAL INTEGRATED BALLISTIC INFORMATION NETWORK.Henderson
 HB2116TO PROTECT FREIGHT RAIL EMPLOYEES AND PUBLIC TRANSIT EMPLOYEES BY ENHANCING THE PENALTIES OF CERTAIN CRIMINAL OFFENSES.Holcomb
 HB2156TO AMEND THE UNIFORM PARTITION OF HEIRS PROPERTY ACT.Shepherd
 HB2202CONCERNING THE NEW BUSINESS RULE AND THE ABILITY OF A BUSINESS TO RECOVER LOST PROFITS IN LITIGATION.Tucker
 HB2248TO AMEND THE IMPLIED CONSENT LAW IN RELATION TO THE OFFENSE OF DRIVING OR BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED.Gazaway
 SB130CONCERNING THE OMNIBUS DWI OR BWI ACT; CONCERNING OPERATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE OR BOAT UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF MARIJUANA; AND ESTABLISHING A PRESUMPTIVE LEVEL OF INTOXICATION DUE TO MARIJUANA IN A PERSON'S BODILY FLUIDS.G. Stubblefield
 SB145TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ELEMENTS AND PENALTIES OF NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE.Bond
 SB152TO PROTECT THE PRIVACY OF SURVIVING FAMILY MEMBERS OF A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER WHO DIES IN THE LINE OF DUTY; AND TO EXEMPT CERTAIN LAW ENFORCEMENT RECORDS FROM DISCLOSURE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. B. Johnson
 SB16TO AUTHORIZE A REVIEW OF AGENCY PROCEDURE; AND TO AMEND CONFIDENTIALITY AND DISCLOSURE PROVISIONS OF THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.A. Clark
 SB17TO AMEND PROVISIONS IN THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT; TO AMEND PROVISIONS IN THE JUVENILE CODE; AND TO AMEND PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE PLACEMENT OF JUVENILES.A. Clark
 SB18TO REQUIRE THE APPOINTMENT OF PARENT COUNSEL IN A PROCEEDING TO TERMINATE PARENTAL RIGHTS; AND TO AMEND THE STATE CENTRAL SERVICES FUND.A. Clark
 SB269AN ACT CONCERNING THE COLLECTION OF RESTITUTION; AND TO ESTABLISH THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION AS THE DESIGNATED AGENCY FOR COLLECTION OF RESTITUTION IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.J. Hutchinson
 SB33TO ALLOW A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSEE TO KEEP A HANDGUN IN HIS OR HER LOCKED PRIVATE MOTOR VEHICLE ON HIS OR HER EMPLOYER'S PARKING LOT IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.Hickey
 SB338CONCERNING THE DEFINITION OF "TARGET GROUP" AS IT IS APPLIES TO COMMUNITY CORRECTION.J. Hutchinson
 SB346CONCERNING GENDER IDENTITY AND BATHROOM PRIVILEGES.Standridge
 SB36CONCERNING HANDGUN TRAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR VETERANS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES AND CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES WHO APPLY FOR A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE.A. Clark
 SB41TO AMEND CONFIDENTIALITY EXEMPTIONS UNDER THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.A. Clark
 SB43CONCERNING CIVIL SUITS IN CONNECTION WITH CRIMINAL ACTIVITY.J. Hutchinson
 SB444CONCERNING THE CARRYING AND POSSESSION OF A HANDGUN WITHOUT A LICENSE.T. Garner
 SB492TO ESTABLISH THE OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES; TO INCREASE CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR THEFT OF PUBLIC BENEFITS; AND TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF MISUSE OF STATE PROPERTY.A. Clark
 SB493TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF THE OFFENSE OF COMPUTER FRAUD TO INCLUDE EXTORTION USING RANSOMWARE.D. Sanders
 SB497TO PROVIDE FOR THE SUPERVISION OF DELINQUENT YOUTH UNDER THE INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR JUVENILES. Irvin
 SB516AMENDING THE SENTENCING RANGE FOR CERTAIN MURDER CONVICTIONS; CONCERNING THE REOPENING OF UNSOLVED MURDER CASES; CONCERNING A MINIMUM BAIL IN A MURDER CASE; AND CONCERNING PAROLE FOR MURDER CONVICTIONS. G. Stubblefield
 SB548CREATING THE ARKANSAS FALSE CLAIMS ACT; AND CONCERNING THE SUBMISSION OF FALSE CLAIMS TO THE STATE OR A LOCAL GOVERNMENT.Files
 SB580TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PRESUMPTIONS OF PARENTAGE IN CASES OF CHILDREN BORN BY MEANS OF ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION AND SURROGACY.Elliott
 SB585CONCERNING THE INTENDED PURPOSE OF THE CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSING PROGRAM.Rice
 SB590CONCERNING THE CARRYING OF A WEAPON; AND REPEALING THE "JOURNEY" PROVISION FOR HANDGUN AND WEAPONS OFFENSES.B. Johnson
 SB594TO BE KNOWN AS THE TRUE CAMPUS CARRY ACT; AND CONCERNING THE ABILITY TO CARRY A HANDGUN ON A COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY CAMPUS BY A PERSON WHO HAS A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE.Collins-Smith
 SB6TO PROTECT CITIZENS WHO ARE VICTIMS OF JUDICIAL ETHICS VIOLATIONS; TO CREATE A CAUSE OF ACTION AGAINST JUDGES AND JUSTICES WHO HAVE BEEN CONVICTED OF CERTAIN OFFENSES; AND TO CREATE AN EXCEPTION TO JUDICIAL IMMUNITY.Bond
 SB600TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CIVIL EVICTION PROCESS; TO CREATE AN EVICTION PROCESS FOR FAILURE TO PAY RENT.Bond
 SB616CONCERNING THE INTERROGATION OF A JUVENILE BY LAW ENFORCEMENT; AND CONCERNING JUVENILE CONFESSIONS.Bond
 SB660TO RESTORE RIGHTS OF ARKANSANS TO CARRY FIREARMS IN PUBLIC PLACES.Collins-Smith
 SB718TO PROTECT CHILDREN IN DELINQUENCY CASES AND FAMILIES IN NEED OF SERVICES CASES FROM UNWARRANTED TESTING FOR DRUG OR ALCOHOL ABUSE. Hester
 SB728CONCERNING A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSEE CARRYING HIS OR HER CONCEALED HANDGUN INTO A STATE OFFICE, A STATE AGENCY, A STATE FACILITY, OR THE STATE CAPITOL BUILDING.Collins-Smith
 SB731TO ABOLISH THE NEW BUSINESS RULE AS A DENIAL OF DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS.G. Stubblefield
 SB734TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS; AND CONCERNING THE PROCEDURE FOR THE REINSTATEMENT OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.A. Clark
 SB736TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE RIGHT OF A PARENT, CUSTODIAN, AND PUTATIVE PARENT TO HAVE COUNSEL DURING DEPENDENCY-NEGLECT AND TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS.A. Clark
 SB737TO ESTABLISH THE DIVISION OF DEPENDENCY-NEGLECT PARENTS REPRESENTATION; THE DIVISION OF AD LITEM REPRESENTATION; AND THE DIVISION OF COURT-APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES.A. Clark
 SB738TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CHILD WELFARE HEARINGS. A. Clark
 SB740TO AMEND THE LAWS RELATED TO THE RIGHTS OF GRANDPARENTS.A. Clark
 SB741TO AMEND THE LAWS REGARDING THE RIGHTS OF GRANDPARENTS.A. Clark
 SB751TO CREATE A CAUSE OF ACTION FOR UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS TO ANOTHER PERSON'S PROPERTY; AND CONCERNING ACCESS TO ANOTHER PERSON'S PROPERTY.G. Stubblefield
 SB753TO ESTABLISH A METHOD FOR A PERSON WITH A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND TO REGAIN HIS OR HER RIGHTS TO POSSESS A FIREARM UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.B. King
 SB774TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS PHYSICAL PRIVACY AND SAFETY ACT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Collins-Smith
 SB781CONCERNING TRUTH IN SENTENCING.Collins-Smith
 SB788TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING A MECHANIC'S LIEN.Hester
 SB8TO AMEND CONFIDENTIALITY AND NONDISCLOSURE PROVISIONS OF THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.A. Clark
 SB85TO AMEND CERTAIN CRIMINAL OFFENSES CONCERNING ABUSES OF PUBLIC OFFICE; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ABUSE OF OFFICE; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ABUSE OF PUBLIC TRUST. Teague
PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR COMMITTEE - SENATE
 HB1035TO RESTRICT PURCHASES USING FOOD STAMP BENEFITS; AND TO REQUIRE RECIPIENTS OF FOOD STAMPS TO SHOW IDENTIFICATION TO USE FOOD STAMP BENEFITS.Bentley
 HB1183TO PROVIDE CONSISTENCY AND EFFICIENCY OF CHIROPRACTIC COVERAGE IN THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM; AND TO ALLOW MEDICAID RECIPIENTS DIRECT ACCESS TO A CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN WITHOUT REFERRAL FROM A PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN.Dotson
 HB1437TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING TELEMEDICINE; AND TO CREATE THE TELEMEDICINE ACT.D. Ferguson
 HB1465TO CREATE THE MEDICAID EXPANSION ENROLLMENT FREEZE ACT OF 2017; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Miller
 HB1625TO CREATE THE RIGHT TO KNOW YOUR PAY ACT. Leding
 HB1714ACT TO PERMIT THE OPERATION OF MOBILE SALONS; AND TO CREATE A LICENSING PROCEDURE CONCERNING MOBILE SALONS.Petty
 HB1846TO AMEND AND CLARIFY THE MINIMUM WAGE ACT OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Collins
 HB1851TO AUTHORIZE A REGISTERED NURSE EMPLOYED BY HOSPICE TO SIGN THE MEDICAL CERTIFICATION OF DEATH AND PRONOUNCE DEATH FOR A PATIENT WHO IS RECEIVING HOSPICE SERVICES AND WHO DIES AS A HOSPICE PATIENT IN A HOSPITAL.Hammer
 HB1933TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE MEMBERSHIP AND POWERS OF THE CHILD DEATH AND NEAR FATALITY MULTIDISCIPLINARY REVIEW COMMITTEE; AND TO AMEND THE EXPIRATION DATE OF ACTS 2015, NO. 1245.C. Fite
 HB1968TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING THE DIVISION OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES.D. Meeks
 HB1974TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CHILDREN TAKEN INTO PROTECTIVE CUSTODY UNDER THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.D. Meeks
 HB1991TO ENACT CERTAIN PROHIBITIONS REGARDING MEDICAL MARIJUANA; AND TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016 REGARDING THE RULES INVOLVING PACKAGING, LABELING, AND DOSING OF USABLE MARIJUANA.Lundstrum
 HB2000TO PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF EMPLOYEES AND APPLICANTS FOR EMPLOYMENT; REGARDING EMPLOYER USE OF BACKGROUND CHECKS OF EMPLOYEES AND APPLICANTS FOR EMPLOYMENT.Leding
 HB2004TO REQUIRE COOPERATION BETWEEN THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AND THE OFFICE OF CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT REGARDING SNAP ELIGIBILITY.G. Hodges
 HB2011TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016; AND TO ESTABLISH CERTAIN SECURITY AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CULTIVATION FACILITIES LICENSED IN THIS STATE.M. Gray
 HB2015TO RECOGNIZE THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES PERSONNEL LICENSURE INTERSTATE COMPACT.Baltz
 HB2016TO EXEMPT WHEELCHAIR TRANSPORTATION FROM LICENSURE AS AN AMBULANCE; AND TO PRESERVE AND ENHANCE ACCESS TO TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS FOR THE STATE'S MEDICAL PATIENTS.Brown
 HB2024TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING ABORTION; AND TO AMEND LAW REGARDING MAINTENANCE OF FORENSIC SAMPLES FROM ABORTIONS PERFORMED ON A CHILD.Barker
 HB2083TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR A LONG-TERM CARE EMPLOYEE TO CLARIFY THAT EXPUNGED, PARDONED, OR OTHERWISE SEALED OFFENSES WILL NOT DISQUALIFY AN INDIVIDUAL FROM EMPLOYMENT IN A LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY.Petty
 HB2150TO CREATE AN INCENTIVE PROGRAM FOR THE SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP).Penzo
 HB2159TO PROVIDE FOR OVERSIGHT OF STATE OCCUPATIONAL REGULATIONS; AND TO CREATE THE OCCUPATIONAL REGULATION OVERSIGHT SUBCOMMITTEE.Womack
 HB2178TO ADOPT THE FEDERAL RESOURCE LIMITS FOR THE SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP).McCollum
 HB2220TO AMEND THE PROCESS FOR PERMITTING NONMUNICIPAL DOMESTIC SEWAGE TREATMENT WORKS. Davis
 HB2233CONCERNING THE SALE OF FIREWORKS; AND CONCERNING THE SALE OF FIREWORKS AT A PERMANENT PHYSICAL LOCATION.Ballinger
 SB109TO AMEND AND UPDATE THE ARKANSAS ATHLETIC TRAINERS ACT.J. Hutchinson
 SB171TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHETISTS BY REMOVING SUPERVISION REQUIREMENTS.G. Stubblefield
 SB238TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016; AND TO DELAY IMPLEMENTATION UNTIL THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA IN THE UNITED STATES AND THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.Rapert
 SB285TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CLEAN INDOOR AIR ACT OF 2006 TO INCLUDE USE OF AN ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE WITHIN THE DEFINITIONS OF SMOKING AND SECONDHAND SMOKE.E. Cheatham
 SB302TO AMEND THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG MONITORING PROGRAM; AND TO REQUIRE PROFESSIONAL LICENSING BOARDS TO PROMULGATE RULES REQUIRING PRACTITIONERS TO ACCESS THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG MONITORING PROGRAM.Irvin
 SB311TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CLEAN INDOOR AIR ACT OF 2006; TO ALLOW PRIVATELY OWNED BUSINESSES THE OPTION TO PROHIBIT SMOKING. B. Johnson
 SB339TO AMEND THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG MONITORING PROGRAM TO MANDATE PRESCRIBERS CHECK THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG MONITORING PROGRAM WHEN PRESCRIBING CERTAIN MEDICATIONS.J. Hutchinson
 SB350TO REQUIRE THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES TO ACCOMMODATE A PHYSICIAN REQUIRED TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATION TO MAINTAIN OR OBTAIN A SPECIALTY PRACTICE OF MEDICINE TO COUNTERACT THE PHYSICIAN SHORTAGE.B. Sample
 SB355TO TERMINATE THE MEDICAID EXPANSION PROGRAM, ALSO KNOWN AS THE HEALTH CARE INDEPENDENCE PROGRAM WHICH IS COMMONLY KNOWN AS THE "PRIVATE OPTION" AND THE ARKANSAS WORKS PROGRAM.B. King
 SB434TO REMOVE THE ENROLLMENT CAPS IN THE LIVING CHOICES ASSISTED LIVING MEDICAID WAIVER PROGRAM.B. King
 SB439CONCERNING FUNDS RECEIVED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES UNDER THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965.Teague
 SB488TO PROVIDE GRANTS FOR PROGRAMS AND SERVICES IN GAMBLING DISORDER PREVENTION, TREATMENT, COUNSELING, AND EDUCATION; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.A. Clark
 SB524TO AMEND THE POWERS OF THE HVACR LICENSING BOARD; AND TO AMEND PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE LICENSING OF HVACR WORKERS.J. Hutchinson
 SB593TO REFORM THE HEALTHCARE DELIVERY SYSTEM WITHIN THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM FOR SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS WITH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DIAGNOSES AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES.J. Cooper
 SB603TO PROVIDE NECESSARY MEDICAID FUNDING TO COVER INCREASES IN COSTS INCURRED BY RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES AND ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Files
 SB604TO ESTABLISH THE MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT ADEQUACY COMMISSION; TO PROVIDE FOR REGULAR REVIEWS OF MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT METHODOLOGIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Files
 SB612TO AMEND THE MEMBERSHIP AND DUTIES OF THE TRAUMA ADVISORY COUNCIL; AND TO TEMPORARILY ALLOW THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO WAIVE OR SUBSTITUTE EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAUMA SYSTEMS.Irvin
 SB615TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING BIRTH REGISTRATIONS AND NEW CERTIFICATES OF BIRTH.Bond
 SB641TO REQUIRE A HEALTH INSURER TO REIMBURSE FOR MEDICAL SERVICES AND MEDICAL DEVICES THAT THE FEDERAL MEDICARE PROGRAM HAS DETERMINED ARE NO LONGER EXPERIMENTAL OR INVESTIGATIONAL IN NATURE.Rapert
 SB652TO ESTABLISH THE RIGHTS GUARANTEED TO EMPLOYERS TO DETERMINE THE MEDICAL PROVIDER FOR INJURIES UNDER THE WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LAW FROM INITIATED MEASURE 1948, NO 13.D. Sanders
 SB674TO CLARIFY CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016 REGARDING FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF CULTIVATION FACILITIES.J. Hutchinson
 SB675TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PAYMENT AND REIMBURSEMENT PROCEDURES UNDER THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW; AND TO CLARIFY THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE PAYMENT FOR A HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CALCULATED UNDER THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW.Irvin
 SB678TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PEER REVIEW FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS.Irvin
 SB696TO PROVIDE FOR CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 98, ALSO KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016".Hester
 SB704TO AMEND THE CHRONIC INTRACTABLE PAIN TREATMENT ACT, ARKANSAS CODE § 17-95-701 ET SEQ.; AND TO PROVIDE GREATER FLEXIBILITY IN TREATING SICKLE CELL DISEASE TO PHYSICIANS.Elliott
 SB717TO AMEND THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW ENACTED BY INITIATED ACT 4 OF 1948; TO AMEND REIMBURSEMENT PROCEDURES; AND TO CLARIFY THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE PAYMENT CALCULATED UNDER THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW.Irvin
 SB722TO ENACT CERTAIN PROHIBITIONS REGARDING MEDICAL MARIJUANA.Rapert
 SB730TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING BARBERS.Elliott
 SB733TO ESTABLISH THE CHILD WELFARE NETWORK HOTLINE AND CHILD WELFARE NETWORK MISCONDUCT REGISTRY.A. Clark
 SB735TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PLACEMENT OF A NAME ON THE CHILD MALTREATMENT CENTRAL REGISTRY.A. Clark
 SB744CONCERNING THE REPORTING OF CERTAIN DISEASES.D. Sanders
 SB745TO PROHIBIT THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AND STATE EMPLOYEES FROM FACILITATING OR PAYING FOR ABORTIONS ON WOMEN WHO ARE IN STATE CUSTODY.Flippo
 SB756TO IMPLEMENT COST SAVINGS AND MANAGE GROWTH IN OUTPATIENT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAMS DURING THE PERIOD OF TRANSITION TO PROVIDER-LED ORGANIZED CARE.J. Cooper
 SB764TO ESTABLISH A STROKE REGISTRY.Irvin
 SB779TO AUTOMATE AND COORDINATE THE LONG-TERM CARE AND ADULT MALTREATMENT AND CHILD MALTREATMENT REGISTRIES TO CREATE GREATER EFFICIENCIES TO IMPROVE PROCESSING TIMES AND CONSISTENCY IN PROCESSES.Bledsoe
 SB786TO CREATE AN INTERIM STUDY COMMITTEE REGARDING RESPITE CARE SERVICES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.K. Ingram
REVENUE & TAX - SENATE
 HB1844TO AMEND THE DISTRIBUTION OF REVENUES DERIVED FROM THE SEVERANCE TAX.Beck
 HB2085TO DISTRIBUTE A PORTION OF THE SALES AND USE TAX COLLECTED FROM SELLERS THAT DO NOT HAVE A PHYSICAL PRESENCE IN THE STATE TO THE STATE HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT FUND.Rye
 HB2127TO PROVIDE FOR THE TAXATION OF STATE-OWNED PROPERTY THAT IS HELD UNDER A LEASE; AND TO ALLOW THE ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF PROPERTY TAX FROM THE LESSEE OF CERTAIN STATE-OWNED PROPERTY.Collins
 SB112TO ALLOW AN INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR QUALIFYING EDUCATION EXPENSES.J. English
 SB119TO CREATE THE WORKING FAMILIES OPPORTUNITY ACT.Files
 SB126TO CREATE A SECOND AMENDMENT APPRECIATION WEEKEND.Hester
 SB13TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX EXEMPTION FOR RETIREMENT BENEFITS AND SURVIVOR BENEFITS FROM THE UNIFORMED SERVICES.J. English
 SB166TO CREATE A SALES TAX EXEMPTION FOR THE DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS ORGANIZATION.Rapert
 SB224TO PROVIDE A SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR SALES TO CHURCHES.Rapert
 SB234TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX EXEMPTION FOR POLICE AND FIRE RETIREMENT AND SURVIVOR BENEFITS.A. Clark
 SB310TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR CERTAIN DONATIONS TO ENTITIES AND PROGRAMS THAT PROVIDE CAREER EDUCATION.J. English
 SB424TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016 REGARDING THE TAXATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF PROCEEDS; AND TO CREATE VARIOUS FUNDS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016.J. English
 SB523TO AMEND THE SALES AND USE TAXES APPLICABLE TO FOOD AND FOOD INGREDIENTS.J. Hutchinson
 SB576TO AMEND THE USE AND DISPOSITION OF SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES; AND TO DEDICATE A PORTION OF SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES TO THE ARKANSAS STATE HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT.K. Ingram
 SB599TO ALLOW A WORK OPPORTUNITY TAX CREDIT AGAINST ARKANSAS INCOME TAX LIABILITY.Bond
 SB608TO SUNSET CERTAIN SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTIONS.Files
 SB643TO AMEND THE AUTHORITY OF MUNICIPALITIES TO TAX ARKANSAS WINERIES; AND TO USE REVENUE FROM WINE EXCISE TAXES FOR THE PRODUCTION AND MARKETING OF ARKANSAS WINE AND WINE GRAPES.G. Stubblefield
 SB655TO RAISE THE PURCHASE PRICE THRESHOLD AT WHICH SALES AND USE TAX BECOMES DUE ON THE PURCHASE OF A USED MOTOR VEHICLE, TRAILER, OR SEMITRAILER.G. Stubblefield
 SB688TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR WASTE REDUCTION, REUSE, OR RECYCLING EQUIPMENT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.D. Wallace
 SB693TO ELIMINATE THE DOUBLE TAXATION OF CERTAIN PRODUCTS USED IN SERVING FOOD; TO EXEMPT CERTAIN PRODUCTS FROM THE SALES AND USE TAX; AND TO EXEMPT DISPOSABLE PRODUCTS USED IN SERVING FOOD FROM THE SALES AND USE TAX.A. Clark
 SB729TO AMEND THE CARRY FORWARD PROVISION RELATING TO THE INCOME TAX CREDIT ALLOWED FOR WATER IMPOUNDMENTS.E. Cheatham
 SB782TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE TAX LEVIED ON GOLD. Collins-Smith
SENATE RULES, RESOLUTIONS & MEMORIALS
 SCR10TO AMEND THE JOINT RULES OF THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY.Collins-Smith
 SCR11TO AMEND THE JOINT RULES OF THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY.Collins-Smith
 SCR4TO AMEND THE JOINT RULES OF THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY.Irvin
STATE AGENCIES & GOVT'L AFFAIRS-SENATE
 HB1270TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ELECTIONS AND BALLOTS. Johnson
 HB1289TO PROMOTE AND IMPROVE EFFICIENCY AND QUALITY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES; AND TO REORGANIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES.Ballinger
 HB1297TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS MILITARY HERITAGE PROTECTION ACT. Farrer
 HB1386TO REQUIRE THE FILING OF FINAL AGENCY RULES WITH THE ARKANSAS STATE LIBRARY; AND TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT.Lemons
 HB1440TO AMEND PROVISIONS IN THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING ELECTION RUNOFFS, INITIATIVES, AND REFERENDA.M. Gray
 HB1623TO AMEND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING INFORMATION FOR PUBLIC GUIDANCE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Johnson
 HB1696TO TRANSFER THE STATE CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES THROUGH A TYPE 3 TRANSFER; AND TO ABOLISH THE STATE CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD.D. Meeks
 HB1707TO AMEND THE DATES OF THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION AND PREFERENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION; TO AMEND THE TIME PERIOD FOR FILING AS A CANDIDATE FOR A PRIMARY ELECTION; AND TO AMEND THE TIME FOR THE FISCAL SESSION. M. Gray
 HB1823TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS PAPERWORK EFFICIENCY AND TRANSPARENCY ACT; TO PERMIT ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT SUBMISSIONS AND PUBLICATIONS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE INSPECTION OF PUBLIC RECORDS.Collins
 HB1843CONCERNING CRIME VICTIMS REPARATIONS; AND CONCERNING THE CRIME VICTIMS REPARATIONS REVOLVING FUND.Petty
 HB1866TO EXEMPT CERTAIN INFORMATION PERTAINING TO A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER FROM THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; AND CONCERNING PUBLIC RECORD WEBSITES.Lundstrum
 HB1893TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS PROCUREMENT LAW; AND TO AMEND THE VENDOR REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR STATE CONTRACTS.M. Gray
 HB1910TO ASSIST A SERVICE MEMBER IN FINDING CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT.Tucker
 HB1915TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AND THE DEPARTMENT OF ARKANSAS STATE POLICE TO PROVIDE REPORTS CONCERNING THE NUMBER OF OVERTURNED TRUE FINDING DETERMINATIONS.Gates
 HB1980THE NATIONAL MOTTO, "IN GOD WE TRUST", DISPLAY ACT.Dotson
 HB2008TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING RESTRICTIONS ON PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS.Sturch
 HB2046TO LIMIT ISSUANCE OF PERMITS FOR MICROBREWERY-RESTAURANTS AND SMALL BREWERIES WITH COMMON OWNERSHIP OF CERTAIN OTHER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE PERMITTEES.Rushing
 HB2080CONCERNING SEXUAL ASSAULT MEDICAL LEGAL EXAMINATIONS; AND CONCERNING THE COLLECTION AND TESTING OF DNA DURING A CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION.Petty
 HB2096TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF PROCUREMENT LAW TO REFLECT THE IMPACT OF INFLATION ON THE COST OF GOODS AND SERVICES AND TO ENCOURAGE MORE PARTICIPATION BY SMALL BUSINESSES.G. Hodges
 HB2132TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT TASK FORCE IN ORDER TO EVALUATE AND RECOMMEND CHANGES TO THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967.Rushing
 HB2138TO CREATE THE VOTING AND ELECTIONS TRANSPARENCY ACT OF 2017; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ELECTIONS AND VOTING.V. Flowers
 HB2141CONCERNING THE PURCHASE OF ALCOHOL BY A MINOR AT THE DIRECTION OF A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY OR STATE AGENCY.Wing
 HB2164TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PAWNBROKERS; TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS PAWNBROKER ACT; AND TO CREATE THE PAWNBROKER LICENSURE COMMISSION.Tosh
 HB2201TO DIRECT THE DEPARTMENT OF ARKANSAS HERITAGE TO CONDUCT A FEASIBILITY STUDY CONCERNING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CIVIL WAR MUSEUM IN ARKANSAS.Della Rosa
 HB2242TO AMEND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967 CONCERNING DATA RELATED TO A PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM OR MUNICIPALLY OWNED UTILITY SYSTEM.Davis
 HJR1003AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING PROPOSED MEASURES AND CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS CONSIDERED BY VOTERS AT AN ELECTION.Gillam
 SB121TO AMEND THE REPAYMENT PROVISIONS REGARDING LOANS MADE TO THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION FROM THE BUDGET STABILIZATION TRUST FUND.E. Williams
 SB176TO PROHIBIT DECEPTIVE CANVASSING PRACTICES; AND TO PROHIBIT AN ADMINISTRATOR OR EMPLOYEE OF A NURSING HOME FACILITY FROM GATHERING PETITION SIGNATURES FROM VULNERABLE RESIDENTS.B. King
 SB2AN ACT TO AMEND THE TIME DURING WHICH CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS MAY BE SOLICITED OR ACCEPTED; AND TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF ARKANSAS LAW RESULTING FROM INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1990 AND INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1996.K. Ingram
 SB262CONCERNING THE PREFILING OF LEGISLATION FOR CONSIDERATION BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.Irvin
 SB3TO PROHIBIT ELECTED PUBLIC OFFICIALS FROM REGISTERING AS LOBBYISTS.K. Ingram
 SB300AN ACT TO CREATE A VOTER INTEGRITY UNIT ADMINISTERED BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE; TO PROVIDE FOR COMPREHENSIVE INVESTIGATIONS OF ELECTION MISCONDUCT; AND TO PERMIT THE REVIEW ELECTION PROCEDURE. B. King
 SB353TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING PREFERENTIAL AND GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTIONS.Rapert
 SB375TO CHANGE THE HOURS FOR EARLY VOTING.Bond
 SB378TO MODERNIZE THE LAW REGARDING THE BUSINESS OPERATIONS OF RETAIL LIQUOR STORES; TO ALLOW RETAIL LIQUOR STORES TO SHIP AND DELIVER ALC0HOLIC BEVERAGES; AND TO SELL FOOD AND ASSOCIATED MERCHANDISE.J. Hutchinson
 SB4TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PUBLICATION OF CERTAIN CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTS.K. Ingram
 SB418TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING GENERAL CONTRACTORS.J. Hendren
 SB5TO 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.K. Ingram
 SB515TO EXEMPT CERTAIN RECORDS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ARKANSAS STATE POLICE FROM THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967.G. Stubblefield
 SB520TO PROVIDE FOR OVERSIGHT OF CERTAIN SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS NEGOTIATED BY OUTSIDE COUNSEL ON BEHALF OF THE STATE.Maloch
 SB525TO CLARIFY THE REQUIREMENTS FOR APPROVAL OF A PLAN FOR EXCESS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FOR A BURIAL ASSOCIATION.Rapert
 SB526CONCERNING THE RULES OF CONDUCT OF EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE PROPER HANDLING OF HUMAN REMAINS WITH DIGNITY.Rapert
 SB527TO AMEND THE EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS LAW.Rapert
 SB540TO REPEAL REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERIOR DESIGNERS; TO REPEAL THE ARKANSAS RESIDENTIAL INTERIOR DESIGNERS TITLE REGISTRATION ACT; AND TO AMEND THE POWERS OF THE STATE BOARD OF REGISTERED RESIDENTIAL INTERIOR DESIGNERS.T. Garner
 SB545CONCERNING THE CERTIFICATION OF A BARTENDER AT AN EVENT.Files
 SB573CONCERNING SUBPOENAS ISSUED BY COMMITTEES OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.A. Clark
 SB574TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT PAYABLE TO CERTAIN STATE OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES. A. Clark
 SB588TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE INSPECTION OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS.L. Chesterfield
 SB598TO ESTABLISH THE TASK FORCE TO STUDY BEST PRACTICES FOR VOTER REGISTRATION AND EARLY VOTING.Bond
 SB602TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE EFFICIENT OPERATION OF CERTAIN STATE AGENCIES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.Caldwell
 SB607TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE EFFICIENCY AND OPERATIONS OF THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE, GOVERNOR'S MANSION, AND STATE POLICE.B. King
 SB619TO REQUIRE THE DEREGULATION OF PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE ATHLETIC COMMISSION.Standridge
 SB625TO PROHIBIT THE REDISTRICTING OF A POLITICAL DISTRICT IN A WAY THAT INTENTIONALLY DEPRIVES AN ELECTED OFFICIAL OF HIS OR HER REPRESENTATION OF THE DISTRICT HE OR SHE WAS ELECTED TO REPRESENT; AND TO CREATE AN OFFENSE.B. King
 SB631TO REGULATE THE LEVY AND USE OF FEES AND OTHER CHARGES IMPOSED BY STATE ENTITIES.J. Dismang
 SB667TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING REGISTERED LOBBYISTS.Hester
 SB669TO AMEND THE REQUIREMENTS FOR WRITTEN PUBLIC NOTICES.Hester
 SB680TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING REIMBURSEMENT TO COUNTIES FOR LEGAL PROCEEDINGS INVOLVING A STATE INMATE.Caldwell
 SB686TO CLARIFY CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 19, § 30, CONCERNING GIFTS FROM LOBBYISTS.E. Williams
 SB687TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION TO BUILD A PARKING FACILITY ON THE STATE CAPITOL GROUNDS. A. Clark
 SB692TO AMEND OFFICIAL STATE HOLIDAYS AND OBSERVANCES; TO CHANGE THE STATE HOLIDAY FOR ROBERT E. LEE'S BIRTHDAY; AND TO CHANGE THE STATE HOLIDAY FOR DAISY GATSON BATES DAY.A. Clark
 SB700TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF EMERGENCY RULES.Irvin
 SB705TO AMEND TIME FOR EARLY VOTING; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.Elliott
 SB720CONCERNING THE REPLACEMENT OF CURRENT ARKANSAS STATUES IN THE NATIONAL STATUARY HALL COLLECTION IN THE UNITED STATES CAPITOL.Hester
 SB742TO AMEND THE LAW RELATED TO THE CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN DIVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ARKANSAS STATE POLICE.A. Clark
 SB757CONCERNING THE FILING OF BILLS BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY; TO RELIEVE PRESSURE ON LEGISLATIVE STAFF; AND TO PROHIBIT THE MEETING OF COMMITTEES AT BILL FILING DEADLINE.Collins-Smith
 SB761TO ELIMINATE STATE PAYMENTS SUBSIDIZING ARKANSAS WINERIES; TO PROHIBIT THE DIRECT SHIPMENT OF WINE; TO ELIMINATE STATE PAYMENTS SUBSIDIZING ARKANSAS WINERIES; AND TO PROHIBIT THE DIRECT SHIPMENT OF WINE.Hester
 SB768TO AMEND TITLE 3 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE SALE OF ALCOHOL; AND TO REFINE DISTANCE REQUIREMENTS REGARDING THE SALE OF ALCOHOL.J. Hutchinson
 SB772TO ADOPT THE PROSPERITY STATES COMPACT.Hester
 SB784TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE DETERMINATION OF THE SUFFICIENCY OF PETITIONS. Collins-Smith
 SB785TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF REAL ESTATE LICENSE LAW.Collins-Smith
 SB789TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS SMALL FARM WINERY ANTI-BOYCOTT BILL. Standridge
 SJR1A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF DAYS THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY IS IN SESSION; AND REPEALING THE FISCAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.J. Hendren
 SJR10AMENDING THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING LAWS AND CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS SUBMITTED TO THE CITIZENS OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AT AN ELECTION.Collins-Smith
 SJR11A PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT CREATING THE BOARD OF PARDONS FOR THE PURPOSE OF GRANTING PARDONS AFTER CONVICTIONS.B. King
 SJR12AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING COURT DECISIONS PERTAINING TO INITIATIVES AND REFERENDUMS UNDER ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 5, § 1.J. Hendren
 SJR13AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING AWARDS IN CIVIL ACTIONS.Maloch
 SJR3THE PUBLIC EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP AMENDMENT OF 2018.B. Johnson
 SJR4AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE APPOINTMENT OF JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT BY THE GOVERNOR, SUBJECT TO CONFIRMATION BY THE SENATE.J. Hutchinson
 SJR5AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION PROVIDING THAT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY SHALL BE THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE EVALUATOR OF WHETHER THE SYSTEM OF FREE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SATISFIES THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION.A. Clark
 SJR6AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING VOTER IDENTIFICATION WHEN CASTING A BALLOT IN PERSON.B. King
TRANSPORTATION, TECHNOLOGY & LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS - SENATE
 HB1446TO AMEND CERTAIN DEFINITIONS USED IN THE UNIFORM MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION, CERTIFICATE OF TITLE, AND ANTITHEFT ACT.Payton
 HB1683TO ESTABLISH A MILEAGE AUDIT APPEAL PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRANTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED APPORTIONED REGISTRATION UNDER THE INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION PLAN.Jett
 HB1755TO CREATE THE TRAIL OF TEARS HISTORIC BIKE ROUTE.Collins
 HB1793TO CREATE A PANEL ON DATA TRANSPARENCY; AND TO CREATE THE POSITIONS OF CHIEF DATA OFFICER AND CHIEF PRIVACY OFFICER WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS.McCollum
 HB1923TO REQUIRE THE COMPLETION OF A HUMAN TRAFFICKING PREVENTION COURSE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF A CLASS A COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE.C. Douglas
 HB1999CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS TOWING AND RECOVERY BOARD; AND TO AMEND CERTAIN DEFINITIONS USED IN THE REMOVAL OR IMMOBILIZATION OF UNATTENDED OR ABANDONED VEHICLES.Penzo
 HB2039TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE REISSUANCE OF A PURPLE HEART RECIPIENT SPECIAL LICENSE PLATE TO A SURVIVING SPOUSE.Drown
 HB2069CONCERNING THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE ACCESS TO PARKING FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT; AND TO CREATE A MEANS FOR REPORTING THE MISUSE OF PARKING PRIVILEGES.Hammer
 HB2090TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING DRIVER'S LICENSE REINSTATEMENT FEES.Hammer
 HB2099TO AMEND THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATORY REFORM ACT OF 2013; AND TO MODERNIZE THE ARKANSAS HIGH COST FUND.S. Meeks
 HB2182TO MODIFY THE PROCESS BY WHICH THE STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION MAY SELL OR DISPOSE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY.Ballinger
 HB2185TO CREATE THE ELECTRIC BICYCLE ACT.G. Hodges
 HB2203CONCERNING DRIVER'S LICENSES; CONCERNING THE ABILITY OF A PERSON WITH A SUSPENDED DRIVER'S LICENSE TO DRIVE TO AND FROM WORK; AND CONCERNING A HARDSHIP LICENSE.Tucker
 HB2236TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE CLASSIFICATION OF ANIMAL BEDDING.Gonzales
 SB144TO ENHANCE THE PENALTIES FOR ENGAGING IN WIRELESS INTERACTIVE COMMUNICATION WHILE OPERATING A MOTOR VEHICLE IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.Bond
 SB413CONCERNING THE REINSTATEMENT FEE FOR REMOVING A PERSON'S DRIVERS LICENSE FROM SUSPENSION.J. Hutchinson
 SB517TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF HANDHELD WIRELESS DEVICES WHILE DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE.Bond
 SB681TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE, RENEWAL, AND REPLACEMENT OF A SPECIAL LICENSE PLATE TO PROMOTE AND SUPPORT CYCLING IN ARKANSAS.Files
 SB714TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE SALE OF CERTAIN PERSONAL PROPERTY ABANDONED IN A SELF-SERVICE STORAGE FACILITY; TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF NEW TITLE TO THE PURCHASER; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. J. Hutchinson
 SB716TO CREATE THE TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS EMPLOYED WITH THE ARKANSAS STATE HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT.B. Sample
 SB750TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CODE REGARDING ACCESS TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING SOFTWARE PROGRAMS PURCHASED BY THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.J. Hendren
 SB778ACT TO AMEND THE REGISTRATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLES.E. Cheatham