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Representative Monte Hodges (D)
P. O. Box 773, Blytheville, 72316
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Phone870-763-4443
Emailmonte.hodges@arkansashouse.org
District55
Seniority Number42
OccupationBanker
Church AffiliationFirst Assembly
VeteranYes
Public ServiceBlytheville City Councilman; First Term House 2013, 2015, 2017,1st District Asst. Speaker Pro Tem
Bill(Ascending)
Bill Status
Title
Primary Sponsor
 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.
 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.
 HB2264TO AMEND THE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH CATEGORICAL FUNDING.
 HB2280TO AMEND THE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN PRODUCTS USED BY MANUFACTURERS; AND TO REDUCE THE SALES AND USE TAX APPLICABLE TO COAL USED BY MANUFACTURERS.
 HR1028TO DESIGNATE THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 27, 2017, THROUGH MARCH 4, 2017, AS ARKANSAS SAVES WEEK.
 SB688
Act 1046
TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR WASTE REDUCTION, REUSE, OR RECYCLING EQUIPMENT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
CoSponsor
 HB1006
Act 431
TO 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.
 HB1014
Act 666
TO CREATE THE TEACHER'S CLASSROOM INVESTMENT DEDUCTION.
 HB1221
Act 665
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR SALES BY A CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION.
 HB1395TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR TAXPAYERS THAT EMPLOY A RECENTLY RETURNED VETERAN.
 HB1401
Act 312
TO AMEND CERTAIN ARKANSAS ETHICS LAWS, ARTICLE 19, § 30, OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AND PORTIONS OF LAW RESULTING FROM INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1988; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 HB1442
Act 480
TO CREATE THE PERSONAL FINANCE AND JOB READINESS ACT.
 HB1640
Act 601
TO ALLOW A STUDENT TO CHOOSE IN WHICH GRADE TO TAKE THE ACT UNDER THE VOLUNTARY UNIVERSAL ACT ASSESSMENT PROGRAM.
 HB1670
Act 490
TO ESTABLISH TRAFFIC STOP SAFETY GUIDELINES; AND TO PROMOTE TRAFFIC STOP SAFETY.
 HB1772
Act 659
TO IMPROVE THE FAIRNESS OF PROPERTY TAX ADMINISTRATION AND APPEALS.
 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.
 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.
 HB2218
Act 1080
TO AMEND THE MINORITY BUSINESS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT; AND TO REPEAL CERTAIN CONTRACTING GOALS.
 SB244
Act 281
CONCERNING THE PLACEMENT OF A GOLD STAR FAMILY MEMORIAL MONUMENT ON THE STATE CAPITOL GROUNDS.
 SB583TO REQUIRE THAT AT LEAST TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT (25%) OF LOTTERY PROCEEDS BE NET PROCEEDS AVAILABLE FOR SCHOLARSHIPS.