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 Bills in Senate Committees

 
Measure No
Bill Subtitle
Sponsor
AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - SENATE
 HB1623TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING WHEN A RABIES VACCINATION FOR A DOG, CAT, OR OTHER ANIMAL IS REQUIRED.Sorvillo
 SB11TO PROTECT TRADITIONAL HUNTING METHODS.T. Garner
 SB536TO AMEND THE MAKEUP OF THE ARKANSAS LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY COMMISSION.Maloch
CITY, COUNTY & LOCAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - SENATE
 HB1041TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE AWARD PROCEDURE FOR CERTAIN PUBLIC CONTRACTS.Ladyman
 SB179TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CERTAIN TERMS OF OFFICE AND THE REORGANIZATION OF MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT.M. Johnson
 SB223PERMITTING A VICTIM OF DOMESTIC ABUSE TO APPLY FOR AND RECEIVE AN EXPEDITED AND TEMPORARY LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN.T. Garner
 SB516TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING MUNICIPAL SEWER SYSTEMS.Bond
 SB554TO REQUIRE WATER PROVIDERS TO EXTEND WATER SERVICE TO NONRESIDENT CONSUMERS AND PROPERTY OWNERS.A. Clark
 SB588TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE USE OF THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY.K. Ingram
 SB614TO ELIMINATE GUN-FREE ZONES; AND TO REPEAL LAWS IN CONFLICT.G. Stubblefield
 SB631TO PROHIBIT CITIES AND COUNTIES FROM DENYING OR HINDERING PRIVATE PROPERTY OWNERS THE RIGHT TO REMOVE OR TRIM TREES, BUSHES, OR SHRUBS.Hester
 SB643TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING DUES FOR VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS.K. Hammer
EDUCATION COMMITTEE - SENATE
 HB1020TO ALLOW OUT-OF-STATE TEACHING EXPERIENCE TO BE CONSIDERED WHEN DETERMINING A TEACHER'S SALARY SCHEDULE.Warren
 SB118TO REQUIRE CAMPUS FREE SPEECH POLICIES.K. Hammer
 SB232TO CREATE THE FREEDOM OF CONTRACT IN HIGHER EDUCATION ACT.K. Hammer
 SB387TO REQUIRE THAT A CERTAIN PERCENTAGE OF LOTTERY PROCEEDS BE NET PROCEEDS THAT ARE USED FOR SCHOLARSHIPS; AND TO REQUIRE THAT THE PERCENTAGE OF NET PROCEEDS USED FOR SCHOLARSHIPS INCREASE YEAR BY YEAR.Elliott
 SB508TO AMEND THE MEANS BY WHICH FUNDING IS DISTRIBUTED THROUGH THE PRODUCTIVITY-BASED FUNDING MODEL.B. Davis
 SB509TO DISTRIBUTE FUNDS FROM THE EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE TRUST FUND TO CERTAIN FOUR-YEAR STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION BASED ON AN INSTITUTION'S IN-STATE FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT ENROLLMENT.B. Davis
 SB553TO AMEND THE LAW TO ALLOW A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO BE RETURNED TO LOCAL CONTROL UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.Bond
 SB591TO PROMOTE TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION AMONG ARKANSANS; TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS COMMUNITY REMEMBRANCE COMMISSION; AND TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION COMMITTEE.Elliott
 SB620TO CREATE THE CAPITAL PROMISE SCHOLARSHIP PILOT PROGRAM.B. Johnson
 SB666TO ONLY PERMIT SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS TO DISCIPLINE STUDENTS OR ACT IN THE CAPACITY OF A POLICE OFFICER WHEN STUDENTS OR SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ARE AT RISK OF HARM.Elliott
 SB675CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATING BOARD; AND TO ESTABLISH THE TWO-YEAR HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATING BOARD.B. Davis
 SB676TO REPEAL THE STATUTE THAT IMPOSES LIMITS ON STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION EXPENDITURES FOR ACADEMIC AND PERFORMANCE SCHOLARSHIPS.B. Davis
 SB678CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM - PART 2; AND TO AMEND THE LAW WITH RESPECT TO AWARDS GRANTED UNDER THE ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM - PART 2.Elliott
 SB681TO CLARIFY THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967 AS IT RELATES TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS; AND TO REQUIRE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO COMPLY WITH THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967.Elliott
INSURANCE & COMMERCE - SENATE
 HB1499TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PUBLICATION OF NOTICE REQUIRED FOR A STATUTORY FORECLOSURE. Maddox
 HB1835TO PLACE RESTRICTIONS ON THE STATE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT WHEN OPERATING THE ARKANSAS HEALTH INSURANCE MARKETPLACE; AND TO AMEND THE PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES FOR NAVIGATORS, GUIDES, AND CERTIFIED APPLICATION COUNSELORS.Dotson
 HB1958TO AMEND THE CREDIT REPAIR SERVICES ORGANIZATION ACT OF 2017.Eaves
 SB257TO INCLUDE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS INSURED BY THE NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION AS INSTITUTIONS ALLOWED TO SERVE AS DEPOSITORIES OF PUBLIC FUNDS.K. Hammer
 SB312TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING THE PROFESSIONAL BAIL BOND COMPANY AND PROFESSIONAL BAIL BONDSMAN LICENSING BOARD.B. Ballinger
 SB462TO REQUIRE FIRE PROTECTION COVERAGE IN FORCE BEFORE THE CLOSING OF A LOAN FOR A MORTGAGE OR DEED OF TRUST.K. Hammer
 SB473TO ESTABLISH THE "ARKANSAS TELEPHONE PRIVACY PROTECTION ACT".T. Garner
 SB475TO ESTABLISH THE "ARKANSAS CALL-BLOCKING ACT"; AND TO AUTHORIZE TELECOMMUNICATION PROVIDERS TO RELY UPON CALLER IDENTIFICATION SERVICE INFORMATION.T. Garner
 SB502TO MODIFY THE STATUTES CONCERNING RISK-BASED CAPITAL.Elliott
JUDICIARY COMMITTEE - SENATE
 HB1235CONCERNING THE PAYMENT OF COSTS AND FEES ORDERED BY A COURT.Petty
 HB1238CONCERNING THE TIME PERIOD APPLICABLE FOR AN APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE OF A SENTENCE.Petty
 HB1488TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ADOPTION PROCESS WHEN A LICENSED CHILD PLACEMENT AGENCY IS NOT USED; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Penzo
 HB1732TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING GARNISHMENT AGAINST THE STATE OR A SUBDIVISION OF THE STATE; AND TO ALLOW FOR INCOME TAX REFUNDS TO BE SUBJECT TO GARNISHMENT BY JUDGMENT CREDITORS.Womack
 SB12TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "NEGLECT" AND THE LAW CONCERNING CLOSURES OF CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATIONS; AND TO MAKE CERTAIN ACTS OF A PARENT, GUARDIAN, CUSTODIAN, OR FOSTER PARENT NONCRIMINAL.A. Clark
 SB13CONCERNING DRUG TESTING UNDER THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT; CONCERNING CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATION REPORTS; TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "NEGLECT"; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING INVESTIGATIVE DETERMINATIONS.A. Clark
 SB78CONCERNING 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
 SB88TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PETITIONS TO REINSTATE PARENTAL RIGHTS.A. Clark
 SB89TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CLOSED AND CONFIDENTIAL NATURE OF RECORDS UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989.A. Clark
 SB139TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING VENUE IN THE JUDICIARY; TO PROMOTE EFFICIENT VENUE TRANSFER; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.M. Johnson
 SB198REQUIRING THAT THE ARKANSAS COMMISSION ON LAW ENFORCEMENT STANDARDS AND TRAINING CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF A SCHOOL DISTRICT BEING ALLOWED TO ESTABLISH ITS OWN LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY.B. Ballinger
 SB230CREATING A STATUTORY CIVIL ACTION FOR INVASION OF PRIVACY.K. Hammer
 SB279TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CONDEMNATION ACTIONS; AND TO AUTHORIZE THE CALCULATION OF ATTORNEY'S FEES ON AN HOURLY BASIS.M. Pitsch
 SB280TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING COMPENSATION AWARDED IN A CONDEMNATION ACTION.M. Pitsch
 SB283TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PARTITION AND SALE OF LAND; AND TO REPEAL THE UNIFORM PARTITION OF HEIRS PROPERTY ACT. T. Garner
 SB350CONCERNING THE PENALTY FOR AN UNLAWFUL AUTOMATED TELEPHONE SOLICITATIONT. Garner
 SB352TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PROTECTIONS FOR CHILD WELFARE AGENCIES.A. Clark
 SB378TO BE KNOWN AS THE "PAROLE EQUITY ACT.Elliott
 SB474CREATING A CIVIL CAUSE OF ACTION AGAINST A PERSON THAT ENGAGES IN TELEPHONE CALLER IDENTIFICATION SPOOFING.T. Garner
 SB496TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE LAW CONCERNING ALIMONY SUPPORT.B. Ballinger
 SB500TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CUSTODIAL INTERROGATION OF MINORS.G. Leding
 SB507TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CONSIDERATION OF THE PREFERENCE OF A CHILD IN A CHILD CUSTODY PROCEEDING.L. Chesterfield
 SB517CONCERNING LIFE SENTENCES IMPOSED FOR NONVIOLENT FELONY OFFENSES INVOLVING A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE; CONCERNING CRIMINAL SENTENCES; ESTABLISHING RETROACTIVE APPLICABILITY FOR CERTAIN SENTENCES.Bond
 SB545TO ESTABLISH RECOVERY OF DAMAGES FOR NECESSARY MEDICAL CARE, TREATMENT, OR SERVICES RENDERED.Irvin
 SB547TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DIVISION OF PROPERTY IN AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE.B. Johnson
 SB558TO REPEAL ARKANSAS CODE § 16-30-104 CONCERNING THE CONTRACTUAL WAIVER OF A JURY TRIAL; TO MAKE THE REPEAL OF ARKANSAS CODE § 16-30-104 RETROACTIVE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.G. Stubblefield
 SB570TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONAL CIRCUIT JUDGESHIPS FOR CERTAIN JUDICIAL DISTRICTS.Hester
 SB578TO REMOVE A DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION AS AN AVAILABLE PENALTY FOR OFFENSES NOT RELATED TO DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE.A. Clark
 SB609TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF CHILD LABOR TRAFFICKING.Irvin
 SB630CONCERNING THE COMPENSATION OF A RETIRED JUDGE APPOINTED TO TEMPORARY SERVICE; CONCERNING THE RECUSAL OF A CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE; AND CONCERNING THE JUDICIARY.G. Stubblefield
 SB661CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA BY A FIRST-TIME OFFENDER; AND CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.Bond
 SB674TO REDUCE THE SENTENCE CLASSIFICATIONS FOR CERTAIN OFFENSES FROM A FELONY TO A MISDEMEANOR.A. Clark
 SB682CONCERNING THE SENTENCING AND PAROLE ELIGIBILITY OF A DEFENDANT WHO ENTERS INTO A NEGOTIATED PLEA WITH THE STATE; AND CONCERNING THE DUTIES OF THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.K. Ingram
PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR COMMITTEE - SENATE
 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
 HB1521TO ESTABLISH RULES TO IMPROVE CONTRACTING AND SERVICE DELIVERY OF MEDICAID NONEMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION AND TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL REGULATIONS.M. Gray
 HB1687AN ACT TO AMEND THE DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE SERVICES LAW; AND TO AMEND AN EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF "EMPLOYMENT" WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE SERVICES LAW.M. Gray
 HB1688TO ESTABLISH COST-REPORTING FOR ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AS A CONDITION OF PARTICIPATION IN THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM.M. Gray
 HB1717TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF PERSONS SERVED UNDER THE ASSISTED LIVING WAIVER PROGRAM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.M. Gray
 HB1761TO CREATE THE EGG PROVIDER PROTECTION ACT.Crawford
 HB1821TO PROVIDE FOR MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT RATES THAT ADDRESS THE MINIMUM WAGE INCREASES; TO PROVIDE FOR IMMEDIATE AND ONGOING REGULAR REVIEWS OF MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT RATES AND METHODOLOGIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Murdock
 HB1904TO CREATE A STUDY OF PUBLIC NOTICE AND PARTICIPATION IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING PROCESS.Della Rosa
 HB1935TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO COVER NONEMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS RECEIVING DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY SERVICES.M. Gray
 HB1949TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS LEGISLATIVE STUDY ON MENTAL HEALTH.Vaught
 HB1975TO ESTABLISH THE MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT RATE REVIEW ACT OF 2019; TO PROVIDE FOR ANNUAL MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT RATE REVIEWS OF MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT RATES AND METHODOLOGIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.Boyd
 HB1978TO AMEND THE STATUTES CONCERNING PROCURERS; AND TO REGULATE THE USE OF A PROCURER BY A LICENSED CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN.Perry
 SB16TO AMEND THE RABIES CONTROL ACT REGARDING VACCINATIONS AGAINST RABIES FOR ANIMALS.J. Cooper
 SB115TO PROVIDE EXCEPTIONS TO THE MINIMUM WAGE LAW; TO AMEND THE LAW IMPACTING INITIATED ACT 5 OF 2018; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.B. Ballinger
 SB157TO REPEAL LICENSURE FOR ELECTROLOGISTS.B. Ballinger
 SB189TO REMOVE THE REQUIREMENT FOR A MANDATORY COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE AGREEMENT FOR AN ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSE TO HAVE PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY.D. Wallace
 SB221TO CREATE THE AL HUNT ACT; AND TO MODERNIZE THE PROVISIONS WITHIN THE ARKANSAS CODE TO REMOVE REFERENCES TO THE TERMS "MENTAL RETARDATION" AND "MENTALLY RETARDED".K. Hammer
 SB264TO CREATE THE FRESH START ACT OF 2019; AND TO HELP INDIVIDUALS WITH CRIMINAL RECORDS REENTER AND MOVE TO THE WORKFORCE AND STAY OUT OF PRISON; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.T. Garner
 SB317TO PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES REGARDING ACCESS TO ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION; TO REQUIRE COVERED ENTITIES TO MAKE REASONABLE MODIFICATIONS; AND TO PROVIDE AUXILIARY AIDS AND SERVICES.B. Davis
 SB410TO REPEAL THE ARKANSAS BARBER LAW; TO ABOLISH THE STATE BOARD OF BARBER EXAMINERS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW GOVERNING THE PRACTICE OF COSMETOLOGY. J. Cooper
 SB587TO CREATE THE CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATION BODY CAMERA PILOT PROGRAM.A. Clark
 SB604TO MODIFY THE DEFINITION OF "WATER SYSTEM" WITHIN THE STATEWIDE FLUORIDATION PROGRAM; AND TO REDUCE THE SIZE OF WATER SYSTEMS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN FLUORIDE CONTENT.B. Ballinger
 SB626TO MODIFY THE TIME AN EMPLOYER HAS TO RESPOND TO AN APPLICATION FOR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS.K. Hammer
 SB639TO REQUIRE THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM TO COVER PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICES REGARDLESS OF CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.B. Davis
 SB644TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING STATE EMISSION PLANS FOR FOSSIL FUEL-FIRED ELECTRIC GENERATING UNITS; AND TO AUTHORIZE A WAIVER OF LEGISLATIVE REVIEW AND APPROVAL OF STATE EMISSION PLANS.B. Ballinger
 SB655TO CREATE THE RIGHT TO KNOW YOUR PAY ACT.G. Leding
 SB680TO 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".D. Wallace
REVENUE & TAX - SENATE
 HB1321TO INCREASE THE HOMESTEAD PROPERTY TAX CREDIT; AND TO REQUIRE A STUDY OF THE FUNDING OF THE HOMESTEAD PROPERTY TAX CREDIT AND A FORMULA FOR DETERMINING THE AMOUNT OF THE HOMESTEAD PROPERTY TAX CREDIT.L. Fite
 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
 HB1723TO PROVIDE FOR THE OFFSET OF A STATE TAX REFUND AGAINST AN EXISTING TAX DEBT FOR WHICH A NOTICE OF FINAL ASSESSMENT HAS BEEN ISSUED.M. Gray
 HB1845CONCERNING THE SALES AND USE TAX LEVIED ON THE PURCHASE OF A MOTOR VEHICLE, TRAILER, OR SEMITRAILER WHEN A USED MOTOR VEHICLE, TRAILER, OR SEMITRAILER IS TRANSFERRED AS PART OF AN INSURANCE SETTLEMENT.Gates
 HB1932TO REQUIRE THE ELECTRONIC FILING OF INCOME TAX RETURNS BY CERTAIN TAX PRACTITIONERS; AND TO REQUIRE CERTAIN EMPLOYERS TO FILE ANNUAL STATEMENTS OF WITHHOLDING AND CERTAIN TAX FORMS IN A MACHINE-READABLE FORM.M. Gray
 HB1942TO CREATE THE SALES AND USE TAX REDUCTION STUDY.Ladyman
 SB77TO AMEND THE LAW TO REDUCE THE ADMINISTRATIVE FEE CHARGED BY THE STATE TO COLLECT SALES TAX. D. Wallace
 SB347TO IMPOSE A PRIVILEGE TAX ON E-CIGARETTES; AND TO DESIGNATE THE REVENUES DERIVED FROM THE TAX ON E-CIGARETTES TO BE USED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES.Bond
 SB518TO PROVIDE CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT PROJECTS RECEIVING AN ARKANSAS HISTORIC REHABILITATION INCOME TAX CREDIT.B. Sample
 SB559TO AMEND THE WATER RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVES ACT.J. Dismang
 SB640TO 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 REDUCING THE DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WAITING LIST.B. Davis
 SB653TO CREATE THE STRONG FAMILIES ACT; AND TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR EMPLOYERS THAT PROVIDE PAID FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE FOR CERTAIN EMPLOYEES.G. Leding
STATE AGENCIES & GOVT'L AFFAIRS-SENATE
 HB1244CONCERNING THE SUPERVISORY POWERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY CORRECTION.Tosh
 HB1382TO EXEMPT FROM DISCLOSURE UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967 AND KEEP CONFIDENTIAL RECORDS AND INFORMATION CONCERNING A LOTTERY WINNER.Sorvillo
 HB1489TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE PROCEDURES FOR PETITIONS AND REFERRED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Vaught
 HB1813TO STREAMLINE THE LAW CONCERNING GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES; AND TO REFORM THE LAW CONCERNING CERTAIN AGENCIES, DEPARTMENTS, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND COMMITTEES.Gazaway
 HB1893TO AMEND CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR INDEPENDENT EXPENDITURES; AND TO AMEND PORTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE RESULTING FROM INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1996.Della Rosa
 SB195TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION TO BUILD A PARKING FACILITY ON THE STATE CAPITOL GROUNDS.A. Clark
 SB231TO AMEND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "PUBLIC RECORDS".K. Hammer
 SB236TO AMEND THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' POLITICAL FREEDOM ACT OF 1999 AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.K. Hammer
 SB259TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING APPROVED POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES; AND TO PREVENT A PERSON HOLDING A CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICE FROM FORMING MORE THAN ONE (1) APPROVED POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE.Hester
 SB260TO AMEND PROVISIONS CONCERNING POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTIONS; AND TO PROHIBIT DIRECT CONTRIBUTIONS BETWEEN POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES.Hester
 SB276TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE DATES OF THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION AND PREFERENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION; AND TO AMEND THE TIME PERIOD FOR FILING AS A CANDIDATE FOR A PRIMARY ELECTION.T. Garner
 SB390TO AUTHORIZE AND REQUIRE CERTAIN FUNDS TO BE DEPOSITED INTO THE STATE TREASURY MONEY MANAGEMENT TRUST; TO AMEND THE LONG TERM RESERVE FUND; AND TO ESTABLISH FEES FOR FUNDS DEPOSITED INTO THE STATE TREASURY MONEY MANAGEMENT TRUST.K. Hammer
 SB404TO PROVIDE FOR AN ELECTION CONCERNING CASINO GAMING IN POPE COUNTY; AMENDING ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 100; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.B. Davis
 SB498TO AMEND THE PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CASINO GAMING AMENDMENT OF 2018; AMENDING ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 100; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.M. Johnson
 SB521TO AMEND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; AND TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "PUBLIC RECORDS".K. Hammer
 SB572TO ALLOW VOTER REGISTRATION AND BALLOT ACCESS FOR ELIGIBLE PERSONS INCARCERATED IN COUNTY JAILS.Elliott
 SB606TO ESTABLISH STANDARD FILING FEES FOR CANDIDATES IN THE ARKANSAS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.G. Leding
 SB611TO CLARIFY THE LAW CONCERNING INFORMATION REPORTED BY PAID CANVASSERS.G. Leding
 SB635TO PROVIDE FOR THIRD-PARTY ALTERNATIVE TRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR INMATES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR PAROLE BUT LACK A RESIDENCE TO WHICH THE INMATE MAY BE RELEASED.Elliott
 SB649TO AMEND CERTAIN LAWS NECESSARY TO EFFECTUATE ALTERNATING MAY AND MARCH PREFERENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTIONS; TO REPEAL ACT 545 OF 2019; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.T. Garner
 SB669PERMITTING LICENSED ON-SITE AND ELECTRONIC WAGERING ON ATHLETIC EVENTS BY CERTAIN ENTITIES.Bond
 SB672TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING EARLY VOTING; AND TO END EARLY VOTING ON THE SATURDAY BEFORE AN ELECTION DAY.M. Johnson
 SJR1A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF DAYS THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY IS IN SESSION; AND TO REPEAL THE FISCAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.J. Hendren
 SJR2A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROVIDING THAT THE STATE OF ARKANSAS SHALL NEVER BE MADE A DEFENDANT IN ANY OF HER COURTS UNLESS OTHERWISE PROVIDED BY LAW.D. Wallace
 SJR4TO 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.K. Ingram
 SJR5CONCERNING 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. K. Ingram
 SJR6A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROVIDING THAT FUTURE BALLOT INITIATIVES NOT REFERENCE ONE (1) OR MORE COUNTIES OR CITIES BY NAME IF THE INTENT IS TO GRANT THOSE COUNTIES OR CITIES SPECIAL POWERS, PRIVILEGES, OPPORTUNITIES, OR BENEFITS.B. Davis
 SJR7A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROVIDING FOR ANNUAL REGULAR SESSIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY; AND AUTHORIZING THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO CONVENE ITSELF IN SPECIAL SESSION.T. Garner
 SJR8A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PERMITTING LIMITS ON AWARDS OF PUNITIVE AND NONECONOMIC DAMAGES.Hester
 SJR9A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT CONCERNING THE REQUIREMENTS GOVERNING CIRCULATION, SUBMISSION, AND CHALLENGES TO THE SUFFICIENCY OF INITIATIVES AND CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.M. Johnson
 SJR10AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO AMEND THE PROCESS FOR THE SUBMISSION AND APPROVAL OF PROPOSED INITIATED ACTS, CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS, AND REFERENDA.M. Pitsch
 SJR11A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO AMEND THE NUMBER OF YEARS THAT A MEMBER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY SERVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.Bond
 SJR12AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE OPERATION OF ARKANSAS HIGHWAYS; AND CONCERNING THE FUNDING FOR ARKANSAS HIGHWAYS AND THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION.B. Davis
 SJR13AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CASINO GAMING AMENDMENT OF 2018.M. Johnson
 SJR14TO CONTINUE A LEVY OF A ONE-HALF PERCENT SALES AND USE TAX FOR THE STATE‚ÄôS HIGHWAY SYSTEM, COUNTY ROADS, AND CITY STREETS.L. Eads
 SJR16AN AMENDMENT TO ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 73, CONCERNING TERM LIMITS FOR MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.A. Clark
 SJR17A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PERMITTING LIMITS ON AWARDS OF PUNITIVE DAMAGES.G. Stubblefield
 SJR18RATIFYING THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION PROVIDING THAT EQUALITY OF RIGHTS UNDER THE LAW SHALL NOT BE DENIED OR ABRIDGED BY THE UNITED STATES OR ANY STATE ON ACCOUNT OF SEX.Elliott
 SR36TO CONDEMN THE GREEN NEW DEAL RESOLUTION PENDING IN THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS. T. Garner
 SR37TO CONDEMN THE GREEN NEW DEAL RESOLUTION PENDING IN THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS. T. Garner
TRANSPORTATION, TECHNOLOGY & LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS - SENATE
 SB208TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING DISTRACTED DRIVING; AND TO MAKE THE USE OF A WIRELESS TELEPHONE BY CERTAIN DRIVERS A PRIMARY OFFENSE. Bond
 SB379TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF A SPECIAL LICENSE PLATE FOR THE ARKANSAS FORESTRY COMMISSION.T. Garner
 SB465TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS CYCLING ACTIVITIES ACT.B. Davis
 SB598TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS ONLINE INSURANCE VERIFICATION SYSTEM ACT.K. Hammer
 SB684TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE OF A DRIVER'S LICENSE TO CERTAIN APPLICANTS.G. Leding