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 Bills in House Committees

 
Measure No(Ascending)
Bill Subtitle
Sponsor
AGING, CHILDREN AND YOUTH, LEGISLATIVE & MILITARY AFFAIRS- HOUSE
 HB1010TO PROVIDE IMMUNITY FROM CRIMINAL PROSECUTION AND A DEFENSE TO A CIVIL ACTION TO A MANDATED REPORTER WHO CONTACTS THE CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE IN GOOD FAITH.Kelly
 HB1129TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE MILITARY SUPPORT REVOLVING FUND; AND TO ALLOW THE DEPOSIT OF FEDERAL REIMBURSEMENTS INTO THE MILITARY SUPPORT REVOLVING FUND.House
 HB1237TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CUSTODY OF A CHILD.Petty
 HB1383TO GRANT VISITATION RIGHTS TO GRANDPARENTS WHEN A PARENT OF A CHILD IS DECEASED.Rushing
 HB1424TO AUTHORIZE THE PURCHASE OF BURIAL SERVICES BY THE PUBLIC GUARDIAN FOR ADULTS; AND TO CLARIFY THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PUBLIC GUARDIAN FOR ADULTS AFTER THE DEATH OF A WARD.Capp
 HB1464TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING JURISDICTION OVER A PERSON SEEKING TO ADOPT A MINOR.Gazaway
 HB1469TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "FOSTER HOME" UNDER THE CHILD WELFARE AGENCY LICENSING ACT; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING FOSTER HOMES.C. Fite
 HB1470CONCERNING MANDATED REPORTERS UNDER THE ADULT AND LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY RESIDENT MALTREATMENT ACT AND THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT; AMENDING THE LAW ON PROTECTIVE CUSTODY; AND TO AMEND THE LAW ON INVESTIGATIVE DETERMINATIONS.C. Fite
 HB1514TO ALLOW FOR THE PAYMENT OF MANDATORY FEES FOR SOLDIERS AND AIRMEN WHOSE TUITION AT AN INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION IS FREE.House
 HB1522TO AMEND THE LAW TO EXTEND STATE BENEFITS TO THE MEMBERS OF THE ARKANSAS NATIONAL GUARD ON STATE ACTIVE DUTY.House
 HB1535TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PLACEMENT OF A NAME ON THE CHILD MALTREATMENT CENTRAL REGISTRY.Sorvillo
 HCR1005TO COMMEND THE BENTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL WIND ENSEMBLE.Dotson
AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT- HOUSE
 HB1407TO REQUIRE TRUTH IN LABELING OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS THAT ARE EDIBLE BY HUMANS.Hillman
 HB1546TO AMEND THE EQUITY INVESTMENT INCENTIVE ACT OF 2007; AND TO CLARIFY THE TIME PERIOD DURING WHICH A TAX CREDIT UNDER THE EQUITY INVESTMENT INCENTIVE ACT OF 2007 MAY BE SOLD.Eaves
CITY, COUNTY & LOCAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE- HOUSE
 HB1025TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE NUMBER OF VOTING CENTERS IN A CITY OF THE SECOND CLASS.Rye
 HB1299 CRUMP'S LAW.Clowney
 HB1306TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE NUMBER OF VOTING SITES IN A CITY OF THE FIRST CLASS.Rye
 HB1343TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PUBLICATION OF THE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE COUNTY.Hawks
 HB1375TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE FINANCIAL OPERATIONS OF A COUNTY.Speaks
 HB1436TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PROPERTY EXCHANGE OR TRANSFER BY COUNTIES.Maddox
 HB1443TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING RURAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITIES AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Vaught
 HB1459TO REQUIRE ARKANSAS LEGISLATIVE AUDIT TO CONDUCT A REVIEW OF SELECTED POLICIES, PROCEDURES, AND TRANSACTIONS OF REGIONAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS.G. Hodges
 SB253TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF A REGIONAL WATER DISTRIBUTION DISTRICT.J. Dismang
EDUCATION COMMITTEE- HOUSE
 HB1003TO AMEND THE ANTIBULLYING POLICY; TO REQUIRE ANTIBULLYING TRAINING; TO CREATE THE POSITIONS OF ANTIBULLYING SPECIALIST AND DISTRICT ANTIBULLYING COORDINATOR; AND TO ESTABLISH A WEEK OF KINDNESS.Gazaway
 HB1007TO ALLOW A SCHOOL DISTRICT TO ADOPT A POLICY TO ACCEPT OUT-OF-STATE TEACHING EXPERIENCE FOR PURPOSES OF DETERMINING SALARY.Dotson
 HB1008TO AMEND THE DEADLINE BY WHICH NEWLY ELECTED SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS MUST OBTAIN REQUIRED AUDIT REPORT TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION.Dotson
 HB1015TO REQUIRE AN ELECTIVE JOURNALISM COURSE TO BE OFFERED EACH SCHOOL YEAR AT A PUBLIC SCHOOL THAT SERVES STUDENTS IN GRADES NINE THROUGH TWELVE (9-12).J. Mayberry
 HB1018TO AMEND THE POPULATION REQUIREMENTS THAT CONTROL THE NUMBER OF DIRECTORS WHO SERVE ON A SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS.Sorvillo
 HB1019TO REQUIRE VIDEO CAMERAS IN CERTAIN CLASSROOMS UPON REQUEST; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Sorvillo
 HB1355TO REPEAL THE FINANCING OF CERTAIN POSTSECONDARY OUT-OF-STATE MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS; AND TO CREATE THE MEDICAL STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT AND TUITION REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM ACT.A. Davis
 HB1356TO CREATE THE HUNGER-FREE STUDENTS' BILL OF RIGHTS; TO REQUIRE A SCHOOL TO PROVIDE A MEAL OR SNACK; TO ALLOW A SCHOOL TO COLLECT MONEY OWED; AND TO PROHIBIT A SCHOOL FROM STIGMATIZING A STUDENT UNABLE TO PAY FOR A MEAL.A. Davis
 HB1390TO AMEND THE DATE ON WHICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS SHALL BEGIN THE SCHOOL YEAR.Lowery
 HB1392TO ALLOW FOR ALTERNATIVE COURSEWORK AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR AN INTERNSHIP OR EXTERNSHIP REQUIREMENT.Dalby
 HB1397TO EXPAND THE TYPE OF PLANNING TIME FOR WHICH A TEACHER MAY BE COMPENSATED IF THE TEACHER DOES NOT RECEIVE ALLOCATED PLANNING TIME.Cozart
 HB1398TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING STUDENT ATTENDANCE AND DISCIPLINE.S. Meeks
 HB1400TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CONDUCT A BIENNIAL STUDY AND FILE A BIENNIAL REPORT REGARDING CERTAIN INFORMATION CONCERNING THE SUCCEED SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.Cozart
 HB1409TO ALLOW FOR EXTENDED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH UNSTRUCTURED SOCIAL TIME; TO REQUIRE A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF TIME FOR RECESS; AND TO CONSIDER SUPERVISION DURING UNSTRUCTURED SOCIAL TIME AS INSTRUCTIONAL.Della Rosa
 HB1412TO PROHIBIT A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT FROM USING PUBLIC FUNDS TO PAY A TEACHER'S OR CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE'S MEMBERSHIP DUES IN AN EDUCATIONAL PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION.Eubanks
 HB1416TO AMEND THE MAXIMUM AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS THAT ARE SUBJECT TO MINIMUM AREA AND ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS.Sorvillo
 HB1419TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ENROLLMENT IN AN ACADEMIC COURSE AT A PUBLIC SCHOOL OR AN OPEN-ENROLLMENT PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL OF A PRIVATE SCHOOL OR HOME-SCHOOLED STUDENT.Lowery
 HB1432TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS ACT.J. Mayberry
 HB1456TO REQUIRE THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO ISSUE TEACHING LICENSES TO INDIVIDUALS LICENSED IN CONTIGUOUS STATES; AND TO REQUIRE THAT THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION LOWER MINIMUM SCORES.Richey
 HB1457TO PROVIDE THAT A STUDENT WHO TRANSFERS UNDER THE ARKANSAS OPPORTUNITY PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE ACT OR THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE ACT IS IMMEDIATELY ELIGIBLE FOR PARTICIPATION IN AN ATHLETIC ACTIVITY IF THE STUDENT MEETS CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS.Richey
 HB1458TO REQUIRE A LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT TO PARTNER WITH A LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY WITH JURISDICTION IN ORDER TO ENFORCE SCHOOL BUS SAFETY LAWS.Richey
 HB1467TO DEEM A STUDENT WITH AN INDIVIDUALIZED SERVICE PLAN ELIGIBLE FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE SUCCEED SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.Lowery
 HB1468TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE.Lowery
 HB1485TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE WITH RESPECT TO PUBLIC SCHOOL FUNDING.Eubanks
 HB1498TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC SCHOOL COMPUTER NETWORK.Speaks
 HB1507TO ALLOW A TRANSFERRING STUDENT TO PARTICIPATE IN AN INTERSCHOLASTIC ACTIVITY THAT WAS NOT OFFERED BY HIS OR HER RESIDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT IMMEDIATELY UPON BEING APPROVED TO PARTICIPATE.A. Davis
 HB1508TO ALLOW A HOME-SCHOOLED STUDENT APPROVED TO PARTICIPATE IN AN INTERSCHOLASTIC ACTIVITY AT A PRIVATE SCHOOL TO BEGIN PARTICIPATING IN AN INTERSCHOLASTIC ACTIVITY IMMEDIATELY UPON BEING APPROVED.A. Davis
 HB1509TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING USE OF HIGHER EDUCATION FUNDS; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PRIVATE RESIDENT AND CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS; AND TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS.A. Davis
 HB1511TO REQUIRE THAT NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE SUCCEED SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.Lowery
 HB1526TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PURCHASE OF SCHOOL BUSES.Cozart
 HB1537TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING STUDENT RESIDENCY, COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE, AND MINIMUM ENROLLMENT AGE.Evans
 HB1544TO AMEND LAWS GOVERNING BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR LICENSED AND CLASSIFIED SCHOOL PERSONNEL.S. Meeks
 HB1551TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CONFIDENTIALITY OF RECORDS UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989; AND CONCERNING SCHOOL NOTIFICATION OF CERTAIN OFFENSES FOR WHICH A MINOR IS ADJUDICATED OR CONVICTED.Eubanks
 SB316TO ALLOW A STUDENT IN GRADE NINE (9) TO EARN CREDIT IN A COURSE THAT INCLUDES PERSONAL AND FAMILY FINANCE STANDARDS.Hill
HOUSE JOURNAL; ENGROSSED AND ENROLLED BILLS
 HB1205TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES TO AWARD AN ANNUAL COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENT UNDER THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.House
 HB1208TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES TO AWARD AN ANNUAL COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENT UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUDICIAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM.House
 HB1295TO ESTABLISH THE EVERY ARKANSAN RETIREMENT OPPORTUNITY ACT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Warren
 HB1310TO MODIFY THE OPERATIONS OF THE ARKANSAS TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM.Warren
 HB1311TO AMEND PORTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE PERTAINING TO THE STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEMS.Warren
 HB1312TO MODIFY AND ADJUST THE BENEFITS FOR THE BENEFIT PARTICIPANTS OF THE ARKANSAS TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM.Warren
 HB1313TO AMEND PORTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE PERTAINING TO THE ARKANSAS TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM.Warren
 HB1326TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE BENEFIT MULTIPLIER UNDER THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.House
 HB1327TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE FINAL AVERAGE SALARY UNDER THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.House
 HB1328TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CONTRIBUTION RATES UNDER THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.House
 HB1329TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 24 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.House
 HB1338TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DURATION OF A MEMBER'S PARTICIPATION IN THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM DEFERRED RETIREMENT OPTION PLAN.Bragg
 HB1344TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ELIGIBILITY FOR A DEPENDENT CHILD ANNUITY UNDER THE STATE POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.S. Smith
 HB1346TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PURCHASE OF SERVICE CREDIT UNDER THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING MILITARY SERVICE CREDIT UNDER THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEMWarren
 HB1348TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEM; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PUBLIC PENSIONS.M. Gray
 HB1349TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS STATE HIGHWAY EMPLOYEE'S RETIREMENT SYSTEM.M. Gray
 HB1350TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE STATE POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM.M. Gray
 HB1351TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS LOCAL POLICE AND FIRE RETIREMENT SYSTEM. M. Gray
 HB1352TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS JUDICIAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM.M. Gray
 HB1353TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING LOCAL POLICE AND FIRE PENSION AND RELIEF FUNDS.M. Gray
 HB1354TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING LOCAL PENSION AND TRUST FUNDS.M. Gray
 HB1357TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DURATION OF A MEMBER'S PARTICIPATION IN THE ARKANSAS STATE POLICE OFFICERS DEFERRED OPTION PLAN AND THE ARKANSAS STATE POLICE OFFICERS' TIER TWO DEFERRED RETIREMENT OPTION PLAN.Bragg
 HB1359CONCERNING MEMBER CONTRIBUTIONS UNDER THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.Bragg
 HB1429TO ESTABLISH THE CODE OF ARKANSAS RULES.Dotson
 HJR1004AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING ARKANSAS HIGHWAYS. A. Davis
 HJR1005AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE DUTIES OF THE COMMISSIONER OF STATE LANDS, AUDITOR OF STATE, AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.Pilkington
 HJR1009AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO REDUCE OR ELIMINATE THE TAXATION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.S. Meeks
 HJR1011AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE NOMINATION AND ELECTION OF POLITICAL PARTY CANDIDATES.Pilkington
 HJR1013AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE FISCAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.Wardlaw
 HJR1014AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE FUNDING FOR ARKANSAS HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENTS.Wardlaw
 HJR1015AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE PROCESS FOR REFERRING MEASURES TO THE VOTERS FOR APPROVAL.Wardlaw
 HJR1016AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE IMMUNITY OF THE STATE FROM SUIT UNDER ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 5, § 20.Wardlaw
 HJR1017AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING TERM LIMITS FOR MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND SENATE.Wardlaw
 HJR1019AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO PHASE IN THE PROPERTY TAX INCREASE ON A PROPERTY AFTER IT IS REDEVELOPED.A. Davis
 HJR1025AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGES.Bentley
 HJR1027AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING INITIATED ACTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS REFERRED TO THE VOTERS FOR APPROVAL. Dotson
 HJR1028AN AMENDMENT TO ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 73, CONCERNING TERM LIMITS FOR MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND THE SENATE. Dotson
HOUSE MANAGEMENT
 HR1031TO CONGRATULATE THE LAKESIDE HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADING TEAM ON AN EXCELLENT COMPETITIVE RECORD.Warren
 HR1032TO CONGRATULATE THE LAKESIDE HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS GOLF TEAM ON WINNING BACK-TO-BACK STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS.Warren
HOUSE RULES
 HB1107TO AMEND TITLE 3 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE REGARDING PERMITS FOR ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE BUSINESSES; TO AMEND THE POPULATION RATIO FOR PERMITS TO SELL OFF-PREMISES; AND TO AUTHORIZE THE TRANSFER OF PERMITS ACROSS COUNTY LINES.House
 HB1150TO AMEND ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 98, TO MODIFY THE DEFINITION OF "QUALIFYING MEDICAL CONDITION".House
 HB1209TO RENAME THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION; AND TO REASSIGN SUBJECT MATTER AMONG THE INTERIM COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES.A. Davis
 HB1330TO PROHIBIT A PUBLIC SERVANT FROM SOLICITING A GIFT OR COMPENSATION; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ETHICS OF THOSE IN PUBLIC SERVICE; AND TO AMEND A PORTION OF THE ARKANSAS CODE WHICH RESULTED FROM INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1988.House
 HB1378TO REQUIRE A CERTAIN PERCENTAGE OF LOTTERY PROCEEDS TO BE NET PROCEEDS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS.Dotson
 HB1382TO EXEMPT FROM DISCLOSURE UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967 AND KEEP CONFIDENTIAL RECORDS AND INFORMATION CONCERNING A LOTTERY WINNER.Sorvillo
 HB1385TO AMEND THE LAW TO CREATE A DEFINITION OF "SCHOOLHOUSE" WITH REGARD TO BUSINESSES REGULATED BY THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD.J. Mayberry
 HB1393TO ENSURE THE ARKANSAS ETHICS COMMISSION HAS SUFFICIENT TIME AND RESOURCES TO COMPLETE CERTAIN ONGOING INVESTIGATIONS; AND TO ADDRESS ADMINISTRATIVE LIMITATIONS ON THE ARKANAS ETHICS COMMISSION.Della Rosa
 HB1517TO PROVIDE FOR AN ELECTION CONCERNING CASINO GAMING IN POPE COUNTY; AMENDING ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 100; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Cloud
 HB1519TO PROHIBIT THE SALE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS, VAPOR PRODUCTS, ALTERNATIVE NICOTINE PRODUCTS, E-LIQUID PRODUCTS, AND CIGARETTE PAPERS TO A PERSON UNDER TWENTY-ONE (21) YEARS OF AGE.L. Johnson
 HB1534TO CLARIFY THE PROCEDURES FOR OBTAINING OR TRANSFERRING A PERMIT FOR A PRIVATE CLUB.Slape
 HR1005TO AMEND THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY.A. Davis
 HR1023TO AMEND THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY.A. Davis
 SB185TO CLARIFY THE LAW RESULTING FROM THE ARKANSAS CASINO GAMING AMENDMENT OF 2018, ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 100, REGARDING REQUIREMENTS FOR A CASINO LICENSE APPLICANT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.B. Davis
INSURANCE & COMMERCE- HOUSE
 HB1027TO REQUIRE AN INSURER TO PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR ADEQUATE TRANSPORTATION REIMBURSEMENT UNTIL AN INSURED'S DAMAGED MOTOR VEHICLE IS REPAIRED.Rye
 HB1068TO REPEAL THE ABILITY TO ENFORCE A COVENANT NOT TO COMPETE AGREEMENT.Evans
 HB1103TO REPEAL THE ARKANSAS HEALTHCARE TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE ACT OF 2015; AND TO REPEAL THE ARKANSAS HEALTHCARE TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE FUND.Sullivan
 HB1125TO PROHIBIT AN INSURER FROM REQUIRING PAYMENT FOR HEALTHCARE SERVICES THROUGH GIFT CARDS, CREDIT CARDS, OR VIRTUAL CREDIT CARDS.Evans
 HB1271TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF A REAL ESTATE LICENSING COURSE BY THE ARKANSAS REAL ESTATE COMMISSION.Rushing
 HB1273TO REQUIRE THE STATE AND PUBLIC SCHOOL LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE BOARD TO REVIEW THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF RIDESHARING APPLICATIONS.Pilkington
 HB1377CONCERNING THE CONVEYANCE OF TITLE TO REAL PROPERTY. Hawks
 HB1391TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS PREPAID FUNERAL BENEFITS LAW; AND TO CLARIFY THAT CERTAIN LIFE INSURANCE BENEFITS ARE TO BE VERIFIED WITHIN A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF TIME.Capp
 HB1410TO CLARIFY THE OBLIGATIONS OF RESIDENTIAL LANDLORDS AND RESIDENTIAL TENANTS; AND TO REQUIRE MINIMUM HABITABILITY STANDARDS FOR TENANTS OF RESIDENTIAL REAL PROPERTY.Gazaway
 HB1427TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING UNCLAIMED PROPERTY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Eaves
 HB1462CONCERNING DAMAGES IN A CIVIL ACTION INVOLVING A DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICE.Gazaway
 HB1463TO AMEND THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE TO PREVENT FRAUDULENT FILINGS; AND TO ALLOW THE FILING OFFICE TO REFUSE TO FILE FRAUDULENT RECORDS.Gazaway
 HB1510TO ESTABLISH THE "ANY WILLING PARTNER LAW".Lowery
 HB1516TO ALLOW A FOUNDATION TO SERVE AS A FIDUCIARY; AND TO PROVIDE FOR A FOUNDATION TO SERVE AS AN EXECUTOR OF AN ESTATE.Capp
 HB1525TO ESTABLISH THE CHIROPRACTIC CORPORATION ACT.Boyd
 HB1538CONCERNING LANDLORD AND TENANT LAW; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PROTECTION OF VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE.Clowney
 SB148TO MODIFY THE SMALL BUSINESS ENTITY TAX PASS THROUGH ACT; AND TO PROVIDE FOR A TEMPORARY LIEN AT THE TIME A CHARGING APPLICATION IS FILED.Hester
JUDICIARY COMMITTEE- HOUSE
 HB1009PROHIBITING CERTAIN SEX OFFENDERS FROM ENTERING UPON A SCHOOL CAMPUS.Dotson
 HB1029AN ACT TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS HERITAGE PROTECTION ACT.Rye
 HB1040TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS HOT CHECK LAW.Rushing
 HB1059CONCERNING THE USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE IN SELF-DEFENSE OR IN THE DEFENSE OF OTHERS.Pilkington
 HB1279TO AMEND THE OFFENSE OF SEXUALLY GROOMING A CHILD.Gazaway
 HB1294RESTORING PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION IN THE RESOLUTION OF DRIVING OR BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED CASES.Della Rosa
 HB1307PERMITTING A BANK OR BANKING INSTITUTION TO UTILIZE THE SMALL CLAIMS DIVISION OF A DISTRICT COURT.Dotson
 HB1325TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CUSTODY OF A CHILD.Lowery
 HB1373CONCERNING CRIMINAL HISTORY AND CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS; AND CONCERNING THE RESULTS OF A CRIMINAL HISTORY OR CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK WHEN A PERSON HAS A LAWFULLY SEALED CRIMINAL HISTORY OR BACKGROUND.Della Rosa
 HB1379TO RECONCILE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE OFFENSES OF DOMESTIC BATTERING IN THE FIRST DEGREE AND BATTERY IN THE FIRST DEGREE; AND TO INCREASE THE PENALTIES FOR BATTERY OFFENSES UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.C. Fite
 HB1380CREATING A PRIVILEGE OF COMMUNICATION BETWEEN A VICTIM OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THE PERSONNEL OF A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER OR CENTER; AND TO MAKE CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN A VICTIM AND A VICTIM ADVOCATE.C. Fite
 HB1450CONCERNING THE ELIGIBILITY TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN BY A RETIRED CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER.Wooten
 HB1454CONCERNING WITNESS, INFORMANT, AND JURY TAMPERING OR INTIMIDATION; AND CONCERNING EVIDENCE TAMPERING.A. Collins
 HB1486TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CUSTODY OF A CHILD BORN OUTSIDE OF MARRIAGE.Gazaway
 HB1494CONCERNING THE IMPOSITION OF THE DEATH PENALTY ON A DEFENDANT WITH A SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS.V. Flowers
 HB1497CREATING CIVIL IMMUNITY FOR OWNERS OF STOLEN AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT OR AN OFF-ROAD VEHICLE WHEN AN OFFENSE IS COMMITTED BY ANOTHER PERSON WHO STEALS THE OWNER'S AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT OR OTHER OFF-ROAD VEHICLE.Vaught
 HB1506TO IMPOSE A CRIMINAL PENALTY FOR THEFT OF DECORATIVE OR MEMORIAL ITEMS FROM A CEMETERY OR GRAVE SITE.Beck
 HB1518CONCERNING HEMP-DERIVED CANNABIDIOL.Boyd
 HB1520CONCERNING THE LAST MEAL OF AN INMATE SENTENCED TO DEATH.Petty
 HB1540TO ESTABLISH A PROCESS BY WHICH RECORDS OF CERTAIN CRIMINAL OFFENSES ARE AUTOMATICALLY REMOVED AFTER A CERTAIN PERIOD OF TIME; AND CONCERNING THE RECORDS OF A PERSON'S CRIMINAL HISTORY.Boyd
 HB1548CONCERNING THE COST OF A MENTAL HEALTH EXAMINATION OF A CRIMINAL DEFENDANT.Gonzales
 HB1550CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF ABSCONDING.Maddox
 SB10PROHIBITING A REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER FROM PARTICIPATING IN CERTAIN HALLOWEEN-RELATED ACTIVITIES.T. Garner
 SB109TO AMEND THE OFFENSE OF BATTERY IN THE FIRST DEGREE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Irvin
 SB14CONCERNING THE FEE TO ATTEND A VICTIM IMPACT PANEL THAT IS REQUIRED BY LAW OF ANY PERSON CONVICTED OF DRIVING OR BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED, REFUSAL TO SUBMIT TO A CHEMICAL TEST, OR POSSESSION OF ALCOHOL BY A MINOR.L. Chesterfield
 SB183TO PROHIBIT CERTAIN REGISTERED SEX OFFENDERS FROM HOLDING A POSITION OF PUBLIC TRUST.A. Clark
 SB197TO CLARIFY THE SCOPE IN WHICH A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER MAY CARRY AN OPEN OR CONCEALED HANDGUN BOTH WHILE ON DUTY AND OFF DUTY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.B. Ballinger
 SB250TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING EDUCATIONAL NEGLECT; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING REPORTS OF EDUCATIONAL NEGLECT MADE TO THE CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE.A. Clark
 SB267TO REPEAL THE REQUIREMENT THAT A PERSON WITH A LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN WHO FAILS TO FILE A RENEWAL APPLICATION BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE PAYS A LATE FEE.G. Stubblefield
 SB318TO PROHIBIT UNLAWFUL FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION OF A MINOR; TO PROVIDE FOR A CIVIL CAUSE OF ACTION; AND TO CREATE AWARENESS PROGRAMS CONCERNING AND STATISTICAL TRACKING OF UNLAWFUL FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION.B. Davis
 SB344TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE FILING OF A MECHANIC'S OR MATERIALMAN'S LIEN.B. Ballinger
 SB351TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS OF A SEX OFFENDER.A. Clark
 SB8TO PROHIBIT A REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER FROM RECORDING A PERSON UNDER FOURTEEN (14) YEARS OF AGE IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES; AND TO PROHIBIT THE UNLAWFUL USE OF A RECORDING OF A PERSON UNDER FOURTEEN (14) YEARS OF AGE ONLINE.T. Garner
PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR COMMITTEE- HOUSE
 HB1060TO ESTABLISH AND REQUIRE CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING, AND REFRIGERATION LICENSEES.Lynch
 HB1102TO ADDRESS THE UNDERSERVED STATUS OF A COUNTY AS A REQUIREMENT FOR LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION OF CERTAIN PROVIDERS.Sullivan
 HB1164TO AUTHORIZE A PHARMACIST TO DISPENSE ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION.Pilkington
 HB1220TO AMEND THE TELEMEDICINE ACT; TO ENSURE THAT TELEMEDICINE IS THE LEAST RESTRICTIVE METHOD TO DELIVER HEALTHCARE SERVICES REMOTELY; AND TO EXPAND THE DEFINITION OF "PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIP".Sullivan
 HB1226CONCERNING THE PURSUIT OF A NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE-DESIGNATED CANCER CENTER AT THE WINTHROP P. ROCKEFELLER CANCER INSTITUTE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES.M. Gray
 HB1232TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING AUTHORIZED PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS OF UNION DUES FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES TO ALLOW DEDUCTIONS ONLY FOR FIREFIGHTERS, POLICE OFFICERS, AND EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONDERS; AND TO PROHIBIT DEDUCTIONS FOR TEACHERS.Lowery
 HB1251TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY"; TO EXPAND THE TYPES OF OPHTHALMIC SURGERY THAT MAY BE PERFORMED BY OPTOMETRISTS; AND TO MODERNIZE THE PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY.Eubanks
 HB1252TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS ANESTHESIOLOGIST ASSISTANT ACT; AND TO PROVIDE FOR LICENSURE OF ANESTHESIOLOGIST ASSISTANTS.Magie
 HB1253TO AUTHORIZE A LICENSED DISPENSING OPTICIAN TO REFRACT EYES AND DISPENSE EYEGLASSES IN CERTAIN CONDITIONS.Magie
 HB1254TO MODIFY THE DEFINITION OF "OPHTHALMIC DISPENSING" TO INCLUDE THE PREPARATION AND DISPENSING OF CONTACT LENSES.Magie
 HB1257TO AUTHORIZE AND CLARIFY THE METHOD OF RELEASING CLAIMS AND ENROLLMENT DATA BY HEALTH INSURERS THAT PROVIDE HEALTHCARE COVERAGE TO ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS IN THE ARKANSAS WORKS PROGRAM.Boyd
 HB1263TO AUTHORIZE A PHARMACIST TO INITIATE THERAPY AND ADMINISTER OR DISPENSE, OR BOTH, CERTAIN TYPES OF TOBACCO CESSATION; TO AUTHORIZE A PHYSICIAN TO ADMINISTER OR DISPENSE, OR BOTH, CERTAIN TYPES OF TOBACCO CESSATION. Eaves
 HB1265TO AUTHORIZE FULL INDEPENDENT PRACTICE AUTHORITY TO ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSES WHO MEET CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS.M. Gray
 HB1267TO AMEND THE PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY OF AN ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSE.Gonzales
 HB1269TO ALLOW PHARMACISTS TO MAKE BIOLOGICAL PRODUCT SUBSTITUTIONS.Magie
 HB1274TO AUTHORIZE AN ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSE WHO HAS SERVED A RURAL COMMUNITY TO PRACTICE WITHOUT A COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE AGREEMENT.Pilkington
 HB1275TO CREATE THE COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER ACT.Richey
 HB1278TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "PRACTICE OF PHARMACY" TO ALLOW VACCINES AND IMMUNIZATIONS TO BE GIVEN TO A PERSON FROM SEVEN (7) YEARS OF AGE TO EIGHTEEN (18) YEARS OF AGE UNDER A GENERAL WRITTEN PROTOCOL.Gazaway
 HB1281TO AMEND AND UPDATE THE LAWS REGARDING TREATMENT FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES; AND TO ENSURE RESPECTFUL LANGUAGE IS USED REGARDING INDIVIDUALS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES.Ladyman
 HB1282TO REMOVE THE REQUIREMENT FOR A MANDATORY COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE AGREEMENT FOR AN ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSE TO HAVE PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY.Lundstrum
 HB1283TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "PRACTICE OF CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHESIA"; TO CLARIFY THE SCOPE OF PRACTICE OF A CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHETIST; AND TO REMOVE SUPERVISION REQUIREMENTS.Gonzales
 HB1284TO AUTHORIZE THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM TO RECOGNIZE AN ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSE AS A PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER.Gonzales
 HB1289TO CREATE THE MEDICAL CONSCIENCE PROTECTION ACT.B. Smith
 HB1290TO AMEND THE PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE PRACTICE OF PHARMACY; AND TO AUTHORIZE PHARMACISTS TO PROVIDE ACCESS TO AND ADMINISTRATION OF ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES.Pilkington
 HB1309TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS NIGHTTIME ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION ACT.S. Meeks
 HB1323TO REQUIRE THE OFFICE OF LONG-TERM CARE NOT TO ADOPT RULES OR STANDARDS THAT ARE STRICTER THAN THE FEDERAL MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFIED NURSING AIDES OR ASSISTANTS AND CERTIFIED NURSING AIDE OR ASSISTANT INSTRUCTORS.D. Douglas
 HB1334TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF PERSONS SERVED UNDER THE ASSISTED LIVING PROGRAM; TO REMOVE A LIMITATION ON THE NUMBER OF PERSONS SERVED AT A TIME IN THE ASSISTED LIVING PROGRAM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Maddox
 HB1433TO AUTHORIZE INDIVIDUALS WITH PRIOR DRUG-RELATED OFFENSES TO WORK WITH INDIVIDUALS RECEIVING SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT AS PEER SUPPORT SPECIALISTS OR SIMILAR POSITIONS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Rushing
 HB1435TO AUTHORIZE THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM TO REIMBURSE FOR RIDESHARING APPLICATIONS.Pilkington
 HB1440TO ESTABLISH THE MATERNAL MORTALITY REVIEW COMMITTEE.D. Ferguson
 HB1441TO IMPROVE MATERNAL AND PERINATAL OUTCOMES BY CREATING THE MATERNAL AND PERINATAL OUTCOMES QUALITY REVIEW COMMITTEE.Bentley
 HB1451TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING THE SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM; AND TO EXCLUDE CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS FROM GROSS INCOME USED FOR ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION.A. Collins
 HB1452TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING REFERRALS ON CHILDREN BORN WITH FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER.Barker
 HB1453TO CREATE THE PERINATAL PALLIATIVE CARE INFORMATION ACT.Penzo
 HB1471TO CREATE THE MENTAL HEALTH FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING BILL OF RIGHTS ACT.C. Fite
 HB1473TO REQUIRE HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS OF MAMMOGRAPHY SERVICES TO NOTIFY AND INFORM PATIENTS ABOUT BREAST DENSITY.J. Mayberry
 HB1484TO CLARIFY THE PROCEDURE FOR DISPOSITION OF UNCLAIMED BODIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.Watson
 HB1491TO ELIMINATE THE WAITING LIST FOR THE ALTERNATIVE COMMUNITY SERVICES WAIVER PROGRAM, ALSO KNOWN AS THE "DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WAIVER".Miller
 HB1524TO ESTABLISH A CHIROPRACTIC STUDENT PRECEPTORSHIP PROGRAM.Boyd
 HB1527TO CREATE THE RED TAPE REDUCTION SUNRISE AND SUNSET ACT OF 2019; AND TO REQUIRE LEGISLATIVE REVIEW OF OCCUPATIONAL AUTHORIZATIONS AND OCCUPATIONAL ENTITIES.Cozart
 HB1528TO INCREASE THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM BENEFIT LIMIT FOR DRUG TESTING AND X-RAYS.Womack
 HB1536TO CREATE THE COMPASSIONATE CARE END-OF-LIFE OPTION ACT; AND TO EXEMPT THE COMPASSIONATE CARE END-OF-LIFE OPTION ACT FROM THE DEFINITION OF "PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE".D. Douglas
 HB1542TO ALLOW THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO OBTAIN CERTAIN RECORDS WITHOUT CHARGE.Burch
 HB1543TO CLARIFY THE LAW ON ELIGIBILITY FOR SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES UNIT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES.Burch
 HB1545TO AMEND THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE HEALTH SERVICES PERMIT COMMISSION.F. Allen
 HB1547TO ENSURE THAT PERSONS LICENSED TO PROVIDE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES OR ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT RESCUE SERVICES MAINTAIN CONTINUAL NATIONAL EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES CERTIFICATION.Perry
 HB1552TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING NURSING LICENSURES.Godfrey
 SB164TO AMEND THE LICENSURE OF CERTAIN PROFESSIONS LICENSED BY THE ARKANSAS BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN COUNSELING.J. Cooper
 SB172TO AMEND THE LAWS REGARDING SOCIAL WORK LICENSING; TO CLARIFY THE LICENSING EXEMPTION FOR STUDENTS; AND TO CHANGE THE TERM "RECIPROCITY" TO "ENDORSEMENT".G. Leding
 SB184TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHETISTS BY REMOVING SUPERVISION REQUIREMENTS.G. Stubblefield
 SB273TO CLARIFY THAT AN EXPERT WITNESS ACTING ON BEHALF OF A BOARD OF ANY PROFESSION OR OCCUPATION CLASSIFIED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AS A PROFESSION OF THE HEALING ARTS HAS IMMUNITY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Bledsoe
 SB275TO CLARIFY LAW REGARDING OUT-OF-STATE PHYSICIANS WHO PRACTICE PATIENT CARE SERVICES INITIATED IN THIS STATE THROUGH THE USE OF ANY MEDIUM.Bledsoe
 SB296TO ESTABLISH A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK POLICY FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE SERVICES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.K. Hammer
 SB297TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE SERVICES SPECIAL FUND.K. Hammer
 SB301TO AMEND LAWS CONCERNING CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR NURSING LICENSURE.K. Hammer
 SB302TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE PENALTY ASSESSED ON FRAUDULENT OVERPAYMENTS AND CREDITED TO THE UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION FUND.K. Hammer
 SB340TO AMEND LAWS CONCERNING CONSENT TO MEDICAL TREATMENT TO AUTHORIZE A LIAISON UNDER THE FEDERAL MCKINNEY-VENTO HOMELESS ASSISTANCE ACT TO CONSENT TO MEDICAL TREATMENT FOR A HOMELESS MINOR; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Irvin
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION- HOUSE
 HB1073CONCERNING FORMER MILITARY VEHICLES; TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF A CERTIFICATE OF TITLE FOR A FORMER MILITARY VEHICLE.B. Smith
 HB1211TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE AND RENEWAL OF A GRAND LODGE OF ARKANSAS AND A PRINCE HALL GRAND LODGE OF ARKANSAS SPECIAL LICENSE PLATE; AND TO REPEAL AND REENACT THE LAW LIMITING THE CREATION OF SPECIAL INTEREST LICENSE PLATES. Rye
 HB1293TO AMEND THE LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS FOR A MOTOR VEHICLE USED AS A WRECKER OR TOW VEHICLE. Vaught
 HB1322TO AMEND CERTAIN DEFINITIONS USED IN THE UNIFORM MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION, CERTIFICATE OF TITLE, AND ANTITHEFT ACT.Payton
 HB1370TO AMEND THE LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS FOR ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE VEHICLES AND SERVICE EQUIPMENT.Fielding
 HB1406TO CLARIFY THE LAW CONCERNING THE EXPIRATION AND RENEWAL OF A DRIVER'S LICENSE; AND TO ALLOW FOR THE ISSUANCE OF A REGULAR DRIVER'S LICENSE BEFORE THE EIGHTEENTH BIRTHDAY OF THE HOLDER OF AN INTERMEDIATE DRIVER'S LICENSE.Hawks
 HB1445TO AUTHORIZE THE OPERATION OF ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES ON DESIGNATED STREETS AND ROADS; AND TO CREATE THE ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE OFF-ROAD TRAIL FUND.Pilkington
 HB1448TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING MOTOR CARRIERS; AND TO CLARIFY A DRIVER'S EMPLOYMENT STATUS IN CERTAIN SITUATIONS.Watson
 HB1549TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING RAILROAD EMPLOYEES; TO CLARIFY THE IDENTIFICATION REQUIRED OF A RAILROAD EMPLOYEE INVOLVED IN A RAILROAD ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Christiansen
 HR1028TO REQUEST A SECTION OF HIGHWAY 22 BE DESIGNATED "TRUE GRIT TRAIL".Bentley
 SB107TO PROHIBIT THE ISSUANCE OR RENEWAL OF A SUPPORT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT SPECIAL LICENSE PLATE TO PERSONS WITH CERTAIN CRIMINAL HISTORIES.Irvin
 SB167TO DESIGNATE STATE HIGHWAY 549, ALSO KNOWN AS FUTURE I-49, IN NORTHWEST ARKANSAS AS A SCENIC HIGHWAY. L. Eads
REVENUE & TAXATION- HOUSE
 HB1002TO REQUIRE CERTAIN OUT-OF-STATE SELLERS TO COLLECT AND REMIT ARKANSAS SALES AND USE TAX.D. Douglas
 HB1024TO DESIGNATE THE REVENUES DERIVED FROM TAXES COLLECTED ON THE SALES OF NEW AND USED MOTOR VEHICLES AS SPECIAL REVENUES; AND TO CLARIFY THAT THE REVENUES DERIVED FROM THE TAXES COLLECTED BY REMOTE SELLERS ARE GENERAL REVENUES.Rye
 HB1031TO PROVIDE INCOME TAX RELIEF FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WHO ARE BLIND OR DEAF, OR BOTH; AND TO EXTEND THE INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR CHILDREN WITH A DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY TO INCLUDE CHILDREN WHO ARE BLIND OR DEAF, OR BOTH.Rye
 HB1034TO INCREASE THE HOMESTEAD PROPERTY TAX CREDIT.Rye
 HB1075TO AMEND THE ACHIEVING A BETTER LIFE EXPERIENCE PROGRAM ACT; AND TO PROVIDE FOR AN INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO A DISABILITY SAVINGS ACCOUNT.J. Mayberry
 HB1108TO CREATE AN EXEMPTION FROM THE INCOME TAX FOR SERVICE PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF FOREIGN SERVICE PERSONNEL; AND TO REPEAL OBSOLETE PROVISIONS OF THE INCOME TAX LAWS.House
 HB1260TO DEDICATE REVENUES TO BE USED BY THE STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO IMPROVE, CONSTRUCT, AND MAINTAIN THE HIGHWAYS, ROADS, STREETS, AND BRIDGES IN THE STATE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.D. Douglas
 HB1300TO ELIMINATE THE INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR GAMBLING LOSSES; AND TO DEDICATE THE SAVINGS FROM THE ELIMINATION OF THE INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR GAMBLING LOSSES TO BE USED FOR HIGHWAYS AND ROADWAYS IN THE STATE.J. Mayberry
 HB1342TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT BELOW WHICH SALES AND USE TAX IS NOT DUE ON THE PURCHASE OF A USED MOTOR VEHICLE; AND TO ELIMINATE THE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN MOTOR VEHICLES, TRAILERS, AND SEMITRAILERS.Payton
 HB1418TO CREATE THE WORKING FAMILIES TAX RELIEF ACT.McCullough
 HB1434TO REDUCE THE TAX BURDEN ON ALL ARKANSAS TAXPAYERS; TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX IMPOSED ON INDIVIDUALS, TRUSTS, AND ESTATES; TO ALLOW AN EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Love
 HB1449TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "HOMESTEAD" AS USED IN AMENDMENT 79 OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION FOR PROPERTY TAX PURPOSES TO INCLUDE THE DWELLING OF A BENEFICIARY OF AN IRREVOCABLE TRUST.Sullivan
 HB1493TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS HISTORIC REHABILITATION INCOME TAX CREDIT; AND TO REDUCE THE INVESTMENT THRESHOLD NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR THE ARKANSAS HISTORIC REHABILITATION INCOME TAX CREDIT.Jett
 HB1495TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL REVENUE FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF HIGHWAYS, STREETS, AND BRIDGES IN THE STATE.Holcomb
 HB1501TO GRADUALLY DEDICATE THE SALES AND USE TAX REVENUE FROM THE SALES OF NEW AND USED VEHICLES FOR ROADWAY MAINTENANCE, CONSTRUCTION, AND RECONSTRUCTION; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.J. Mayberry
 HB1502TO PROVIDE FUNDING FOR THE MAINTENANCE, IMPROVEMENT, AND CONSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAYS, ROADS, STREETS, AND BRIDGES IN THE STATE; AND TO LEVY A PRIVILEGE TAX ON CASINO GAMES.J. Mayberry
 HB1532TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN NEW BUSINESSES LOCATING IN THE STATE.Pilkington
 HB1539TO PROVIDE A SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR WATER USED BY A POULTRY FARM; AND TO REQUIRE THE ADOPTION OF RELATED RULES.Christiansen
 HB1541TO GRADUALLY DEDICATE THE SALES AND USE TAX REVENUE FROM THE SALES OF NEW AND USED VEHICLES FOR ROADWAY MAINTENANCE, CONSTRUCTION, AND RECONSTRUCTION; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.J. Mayberry
 SB336TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL REVENUE FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF HIGHWAYS, STREETS, AND BRIDGES IN THE STATE.Rice
STATE AGENCIES & GOVT'L AFFAIRS- HOUSE
 HB1004TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS VOTER INTEGRITY AND SECURITY ACT; TO REQUIRE AUTOMATIC VOTER REGISTRATION; TO AMEND ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 51; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ELECTIONS AND VOTING.Blake
 HB1070TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.A. Davis
 HB1071TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIRS; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
 HB1072TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH; TO TRANSFER VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
 HB1115TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
 HB1116AN ACT TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.A. Davis
 HB1117TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO TRANSFER VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES AND TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE; AND TO DECLARE AND EMERGENCY.A. Davis
 HB1118AN ACT TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, HERITAGE, AND TOURISM; TO TRANSFER VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES; TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.A. Davis
 HB1165TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF THE MILITARY; TO TRANSFER VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.A. Davis
 HB1166TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.A. Davis
 HB1215AN ACT TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.A. Davis
 HB1216TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.A. Davis
 HB1272TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF TRANSFORMATION AND SHARED SERVICES; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.A. Davis
 HB1276TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DUTIES OF THE ARKANSAS REAL ESTATE COMMISSION.Rushing
 HB1305TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND LICENSING; TO TRANSFER VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
 HB1341CONCERNING STATE ACCOUNTING AND BUDGETARY PROCEDURES; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING STATE AGENCY OPERATIONS PLANS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE EXPENDITURE OF CASH FUNDS.Cavenaugh
 HB1360TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION; AND TO TRANSFER VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES.A. Davis
 HB1361TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.A. Davis
 HB1364TO REQUIRE A CANDIDATE TO USE HIS OR HER SURNAME ON A BALLOT IN AN ELECTION; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING BALLOTS.M. Gray
 HB1368TO ADOPT YEAR-ROUND STANDARD TIME AND ELIMINATE DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME IN ARKANSAS.Capp
 HB1371TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.A. Davis
 HB1381REQUIRING TRAINING OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE OVERDOSE AND THE ROLE OF NALOXONE.A. Collins
 HB1402TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DATES FOR CERTAIN SPECIAL ELECTIONS; AND TO PROMOTE VOTER TURNOUT.Gonzales
 HB1417TO AMEND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967 TO PROTECT THE IDENTITY OF CERTAIN PERSONS ASSISTING IN CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS; AND TO CREATE AN EXEMPTION OT THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967.M. Gray
 HB1460TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING UNOPPOSED CANDIDATES; AND TO REQUIRE UNOPPOSED CANDIDATES TO APPEAR ON THE BALLOT.Speaks
 HB1487CONCERNING THE STATE FLAG OF ARKANSAS; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE SYMBOLS WITHIN THE STATE FLAG OF ARKANSAS; AND TO REDESIGNATE A STAR TO COMMEMORATE THE NATIVE AMERICANS WHO FIRST INHABITED ARKANSAS.Blake
 HB1503TO ALLOW A VOTER ADDITIONAL TIME TO MARK HIS OR HER BALLOT; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING BALLOT PROCEDURES.Boyd
 HB1504TO CLARIFY THE LAW CONCERNING PROHIBITED ELECTIONEERING; AND TO PROVIDE A DEFINITION OF ELECTIONEERING.Boyd
 HB1505TO REQUIRE REPORTS UNDER THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019 INCLUDING SAVINGS REPORTS.Beck
 HB1513TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING INSPECTION OF BALLOTS BY ELECTION OFFICIALS.Boyd
 HB1521TO REQUIRE THAT CONTRACTS FOR NONEMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION BE AWARDED BY COMPETITIVE SEALED PROPOSALS.M. Gray
 HB1523CONCERNING THE TREATMENT OF FEMALE INMATES AND DETAINEES IN CORRECTIONAL OR DETENTION FACILITIES; AND CONCERNING PREGNANT INMATES AND DETAINEES.Petty
 HB1529REQUIRING TRAINING OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE OVERDOSE AND THE ROLE OF NALOXONE.Womack
 HB1530TO COLLECT DATA CONCERNING THE USE OF SOLITARY CONFINEMENT OR SEGREGATION IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION.Gazaway
 HB1531TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE NAMES PRINTED ON BALLOTS IN JUDICIAL ELECTIONS; AND TO ALLOW A PERSON WHO IS APPOINTED TO THE POSITION OF JUDGE TO USE THE TITLE OF "JUDGE" ON THE BALLOT FOR A SUBSEQUENT OFFICE.Speaks
 HJR1001AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION REQUIRING THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO ESTABLISH BY LAW A REVISED ELECTION PROCESS.D. Douglas
 HJR1002AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO ABOLISH THE FISCAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY; AND TO PROVIDE THAT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEET EVERY TWO (2) YEARS.D. Douglas
 HJR1003RESCINDING ALL APPLICATIONS MADE BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO CALL A CONVENTION UNDER UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE V.Della Rosa
 HJR1006AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION PROVIDING THAT SUPREME COURT JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEALS JUDGES, CIRCUIT JUDGES, AND DISTRICT JUDGES SHALL BE ELECTED ON A PARTISAN BASIS.Lundstrum
 HJR1007AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO PROHIBIT SLAVERY AND INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE.V. Flowers
 HJR1008AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO AMEND THE PROCESS FOR THE SUBMISSION AND APPROVAL OF PROPOSED INITIATED ACTS, CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS, AND REFERENDA.Vaught
 HJR1010AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION.Dotson
 HJR1012AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO AMEND TERM LIMITS FOR MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.Vaught
 HJR1018TO CONTINUE A LEVY OF A ONE-HALF PERCENT SALES AND USE TAX FOR THE STATE‚ÄôS HIGHWAY SYSTEM, COUNTY ROADS, AND CITY STREETS.Wardlaw
 HJR1020THE ARKANSAS TERM LIMITS AMENDMENT. Dotson
 HJR1021AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A PROCESS FOR THE REMOVAL OF CERTAIN CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS.G. Hodges
 HJR1022A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PERMITTING LIMITS ON AWARDS OF PUNITIVE DAMAGES.Capp
 HJR1023TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE REQUIREMENTS GOVERNING CIRCULATION, SUBMISSION, AND CHALLENGES TO THE SUFFICIENCY OF INITIATIVES AND CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.Eubanks
 HJR1024CONCERNING THE PROCESS FOR CIRCULATING, SUBMITTING, AND CHALLENGING THE SUFFICIENCY OF INITIATED MEASURES UNDER ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 5, § 1, AND CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Eubanks
 HJR1026A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO BE KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS TERM LIMITS AMENDMENT".Dotson
 HJR1029A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO REQUIRE THAT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEET EACH YEAR IN A REGULAR SESSION. Sorvillo
 SB237CONCERNING THE JAIL BOOKING AND ADMINISTRATION FEE; TO CREATE THE LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING FUND; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE FUNDING OF LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING AND OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT PURPOSES.Caldwell
 SB268TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DEPOSIT AND DISTRIBUTION OF FEES TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ARKANSAS STATE POLICE FUND. B. Johnson
 SB5TO DESIGNATE THE BOWIE KNIFE AS THE OFFICIAL STATE KNIFE.T. Garner
 SB75TO REPLACE THE ARKANSAS STATUES AT THE NATIONAL STATUARY HALL; TO PLACE A STATUE HONORING DAISY LEE GATSON BATES IN THE NATIONAL STATUARY HALL; TO PLACE A STATUE HONORING JOHN R. "JOHNNY" CASH IN THE NATIONAL STATUARY HALL.D. Wallace