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Representative Richard Womack (R)
866 North 12th Street, Arkadelphia, 71923
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Phone870-403-6287
Emailrichard@richardwomack.com
District18
Seniority Number29
OccupationResidential Remodeler/Paint Contractor
Church AffiliationSouthern Baptist
Public ServiceFirst Term House 2013, 2015, 2017
Bill(Ascending)
Bill Status
Title
Primary Sponsor
 HB1551TO STIMULATE JOB CREATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WHILE PRESERVING HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 HB2118CONCERNING THE CIVIL LIABILITY OF AN ENTITY THAT MAINTAINS A POLICY THAT PROHIBITS THE CARRYING OF A HANDGUN ON ITS PROPERTY.
 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.
 HB2120CONCERNING THE BURNING OF TIRES.
 HB2121CONCERNING A CITIZEN'S RIGHT TO OBSERVE AND RECORD PUBLIC EVENTS.
 HB2159TO PROVIDE FOR OVERSIGHT OF STATE OCCUPATIONAL REGULATIONS; AND TO CREATE THE OCCUPATIONAL REGULATION OVERSIGHT SUBCOMMITTEE.
 HB2173CONCERNING THE SEARCH OR INSPECTION OF A NON-INCORPORATED PRIVATE BUSINESS.
 HB2275TO ESTABLISH A STATE POLICY PERTAINING TO THE REGULATION OF OCCUPATIONS.
 SB126TO CREATE A SECOND AMENDMENT APPRECIATION WEEKEND.
 SB348
Act 391
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW PERTAINING TO THE DUTIES AND OPERATIONS OF ARKANSAS LEGISLATIVE AUDIT.
CoSponsor
 HB1032
Act 45
THE ARKANSAS UNBORN CHILD PROTECTION FROM DISMEMBERMENT ABORTION ACT.
 HB1033
Act 50
TO AMEND INITIATED ACT 1 OF 2000, ALSO KNOWN AS THE TOBACCO SETTLEMENT PROCEEDS ACT, TO REDUCE THE DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WAITING LIST; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 HB1035TO RESTRICT PURCHASES USING FOOD STAMP BENEFITS; AND TO REQUIRE RECIPIENTS OF FOOD STAMPS TO SHOW IDENTIFICATION TO USE FOOD STAMP BENEFITS.
 HB1047
Act 633
TO REQUIRE THAT A VOTER PROVIDE VERIFICATION OF VOTER REGISTRATION WHEN VOTING; AND TO AMEND AMENDMENT 51 OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION.
 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.
 HB1222TO CREATE A FOUR-YEAR PILOT PROGRAM FOR THE AWARDING OF EDUCATION SAVINGS ACCOUNTS; TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS PARENTAL EMPOWERMENT FOR EDUCATION CHOICE ACT OF 2017.
 HB1249
Act 562
CONCERNING 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.
 HB1795TO EXEMPT CERTAIN DONATED ITEMS FROM SALES AND USE TAXES.
 HB1796TO AMEND THE TIME LIMITATIONS FOR TAX ASSESSMENTS, COLLECTIONS, REFUNDS, AND PROSECUTION; AND TO LIMIT THE TIME AVAILABLE FOR A TAX AUDIT.
 HB1825TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON WHO IS RECEIVING PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND WHO WINS A LOTTERY PRIZE SHALL REIMBURSE THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES.
 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.
 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.
 SB583TO REQUIRE THAT AT LEAST TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT (25%) OF LOTTERY PROCEEDS BE NET PROCEEDS AVAILABLE FOR SCHOLARSHIPS.
 SJR2APPLYING TO THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO CALL A CONVENTION FOR PROPOSING AMENDMENTS PURSUANT TO ARTICLE V OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION.
 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.