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Representative Trevor Drown (R)
P.O. Box 1182, Dover, 72837
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Phone479-857-2498
Emailtrevor.drown@arkansashouse.org
District68
Seniority Number50
OccupationFirst Sergeant, Special Forces, MSARNG
Church AffiliationMissionary Baptist
VeteranAfghanistan
Public ServiceFirst Term House 2015, 2017
Bill(Ascending)
Bill Status
Title
Primary Sponsor
 HB1450
Act 537
TO CLARIFY ARKANSAS LAW RELATED TO NOTARIES PUBLIC.
 HB1451
Act 479
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016 REGARDING THE ARKANSAS NATIONAL GUARD AND THE UNITED STATES MILITARY.
 HB1466TO ESTABLISH THE STOLEN VALOR ACT.
 HB1554CONCERNING PRIVATE REAL PROPERTY RIGHTS; TO PROTECT NATURAL RESOURCES, AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES, AND HISTORICAL ARTIFACTS; TO DETER CRIMINAL ACTIVITY ON A PERSON'S REAL PROPERTY; AND CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF CRIMINAL TRESPASS.
 HB2039TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE REISSUANCE OF A PURPLE HEART RECIPIENT SPECIAL LICENSE PLATE TO A SURVIVING SPOUSE.
 HB2040CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN BY A MEMBER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OR A CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICER.
 HB2041CONCERNING THE OWNERSHIP OF CATTLE; AND CONCERNING THE THEFT OF CATTLE.
 HB2042TO CLARIFY PROVISIONS CONCERNING REAL ESTATE LICENSE EXEMPTIONS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE INVESTIGATION OF COMPLAINTS BY THE ARKANSAS REAL ESTATE COMMISSION.
 HB2043CONCERNING THE REGULATION OF TELEPHONIC SELLERS.
 HB2044TO MODIFY THE REGISTRATION OF CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS BEFORE SOLICITATION; TO AMEND ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORTS AND FISCAL RECORDS REQUIREMENTS OF CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS; AND TO AMEND REGISTRATION OF PAID SOLICITORS.
 HB2263CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF TRESPASSING WHILE IN POSSESSION OF AN AGRICULTURAL HARVESTING DEVICE.
 HJR1011AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE APPLICABILITY OF ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 33, TO INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING.
 SB172
Act 202
CONFERRING STATEWIDE JURISDICTION TO A CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER EMPLOYED BY THE STATE PARKS DIVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND TOURISM.
 SB244
Act 281
CONCERNING THE PLACEMENT OF A GOLD STAR FAMILY MEMORIAL MONUMENT ON THE STATE CAPITOL GROUNDS.
 SB273
Act 444
PERMITTING ACT 309 INMATES IN THE CUSTODY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION WHO ARE HOUSED IN A COUNTY JAIL TO WORK FOR LOCAL NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS; CONCERNING ACT 309 INMATES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
CoSponsor
 HB1035TO RESTRICT PURCHASES USING FOOD STAMP BENEFITS; AND TO REQUIRE RECIPIENTS OF FOOD STAMPS TO SHOW IDENTIFICATION TO USE FOOD STAMP BENEFITS.
 HB1047TO REQUIRE THAT A VOTER PROVIDE VERIFICATION OF VOTER REGISTRATION WHEN VOTING; AND TO AMEND AMENDMENT 51 OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION.
 HB1137
Act 493
TO AMEND THE ELIGIBILITY OF FAMILY MEMBERS WHO MAY APPLY FOR A GOLD STAR LICENSE PLATE.
 HB1147
Act 131
ACT TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE EXTENSION OF THE EXPIRATION DATE FOR A DRIVER'S LICENSE BELONGING TO A MILITARY MEMBER.
 HB1148
Act 272
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DEFENSES TO PROSECUTION FOR A VIOLATION OF OPERATING AN ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE UPON A PUBLIC STREET OR HIGHWAY.
 HB1162
Act 141
TO AMEND ARKANSAS TAX LAW CONCERNING INCOME TAX, SALES AND USE TAXES, AND THE SOFT DRINK TAX; AND TO SUPPLEMENT THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM TRUST FUND TO OFFSET DECREASED DEPOSITS FROM TAX REVENUES.
 HB1166TO CLARIFY THE OBLIGATIONS OF RESIDENTIAL LANDLORDS AND RESIDENTIAL TENANTS; AND TO REQUIRE IMPLIED QUALITY STANDARDS FOR TENANTS OF RESIDENTIAL REAL PROPERTY.
 HB1172
Act 332
CREATING A SENTENCE ENHANCEMENT FOR CERTAIN CRIMINAL OFFENSES TARGETING A CURRENT OR FORMER LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, FIRST RESPONDER, OR HIS OR HER FAMILY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 HB1198
Act 400
TO ALLOW AN OUT-OF-STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER TO FOLLOW A VEHICLE INTO ARKANSAS TO INVESTIGATE A FELONY OR THE OPERATION OF A VEHICLE WHILE THE DRIVER IS INTOXICATED, IMPAIRED, OR UNDER THE INFLUENCE.
 HB1249CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN IN A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY, PUBLIC COLLEGE, OR COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUILDING AND CONCERNING PRIVILEGES ASSOCIATED WITH AN ENHANCED LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN.
 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.
 HB1391TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016 REGARDING LOCAL REGULATIONS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 HB1442
Act 480
TO CREATE THE PERSONAL FINANCE AND JOB READINESS ACT.
 HB1607TO LIMIT THE USE OF AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER'S SCORE ON A STATE-MANDATED ASSESSMENT FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL AND PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTABILITY PURPOSES.
 HB1665TO CREATE A CAUSE OF ACTION FOR UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS TO ANOTHER PERSON'S PROPERTY.
 HB1772TO IMPROVE THE FAIRNESS OF PROPERTY TAX ADMINISTRATION AND APPEALS.
 HB1775TO MANDATE THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN A SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE.
 HB2098TO REENACT CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ARKANSAS LAW TO PROVIDE THAT MARRIAGE SHALL BE ONLY BETWEEN A MAN AND A WOMAN.
 HB2168CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN IN A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY, PUBLIC COLLEGE, OR COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUILDING; AND CONCERNING CONCEALED HANDGUNS.
 HJR1001APPLYING TO THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO CALL A CONVENTION FOR PROPOSING AMENDMENTS PURSUANT TO ARTICLE V OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION.
 HJR1016AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING VOTER IDENTIFICATION WHEN CASTING A BALLOT.
 HR1013HONORING THE 308TH TITAN II STRATEGIC MISSILE WING AND THE RESPONSE TO THE 1980 MISSILE EXPLOSION AT DAMASCUS, ARKANSAS.
 SB120TO AMEND ARKANSAS TAX LAW CONCERNING INCOME TAX, SALES AND USE TAXES, AND THE SOFT DRINK TAX; AND TO SUPPLEMENT THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM TRUST FUND TO OFFSET DECREASED DEPOSITS FROM TAX REVENUES.
 SB138TO CREATE A PROCEDURE FOR THE REVOCATION OF A CHARTER OF A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION AS A RESULT OF THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATION'S NONCOMPLIANCE WITH THE LAW.
 SB25
Act 159
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE § 18-16-101 CONCERNING THE FAILURE TO PAY RENT AND THE REFUSAL TO VACATE UPON NOTICE.
 SJR8A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT LIMITING CONTINGENCY FEES AND AWARDS OF PUNITIVE AND NON-ECONOMIC DAMAGES; AND CHANGING THE POWERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND THE SUPREME COURT REGARDING RULES OF PLEADING, PRACTICE, AND PROCEDURE.