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Senator Alan Clark (R)
P.O. Box 211, Lonsdale, 72087
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Phone501-262-3360
Emailalan.clark@senate.ar.gov
District13
Seniority Number12
OccupationVice President/Chief Operating Officer, Clark's Building and Decorating Center
Church AffiliationChristian
VeteranNo
Public ServiceGarland County Quorum Court; Garland County Planning Commission; Senate 2013, 2015, 2017
BiographyClick to Read
Bill(Ascending)
Bill Status
Title
Primary Sponsor
 HB1383TO GRANT VISITATION RIGHTS TO GRANDPARENTS WHEN A PARENT OF A CHILD IS DECEASED.
 HB1466
Act 326
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ISSUES REQUIRING COURT APPROVAL UNDER THE ADULT MALTREATMENT CUSTODY ACT.
 HB1542
Act 955
TO ALLOW THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO OBTAIN CERTAIN RECORDS WITHOUT CHARGE.
 HB1543
Act 956
TO CLARIFY THE LAW ON ELIGIBILITY FOR SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES UNIT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES.
 HB1643
Act 541
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PUTATIVE PARENTS UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989; TO AMEND THE LAW ON THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING TRIAL HOME PLACEMENTS.
 HB1799
Act 679
TO CREATE "TARA'S LAW"; AND TO AMEND GRANDPARENTS' RIGHTS IN CUSTODY AND VISITATION MATTERS.
 HJR1020THE ARKANSAS TERM LIMITS AMENDMENT.
 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.
 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.
 SB146
Act 583
TO ENCOURAGE CHARITABLE GIVING AND ELIMINATE PERVERSE AND ABSURD TAXES AND DISINCENTIVES ON CHARITABLE GIVING; AND TO EXEMPT CERTAIN WITHDRAWALS OF STOCK FROM THE SALES AND USE TAX.
 SB182TO AMEND THE LAW TO ALLOW FOR MORE OPTIONS IN THE LEVYING AND COLLECTION OF FIRE DUES.
 SB183
Act 987
TO PROHIBIT CERTAIN REGISTERED SEX OFFENDERS FROM HOLDING A POSITION OF PUBLIC TRUST.
 SB195TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION TO BUILD A PARKING FACILITY ON THE STATE CAPITOL GROUNDS.
 SB250
Act 554
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING EDUCATIONAL NEGLECT; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING REPORTS OF EDUCATIONAL NEGLECT MADE TO THE CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE.
 SB287
Act 802
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATIONS AND THE PLACEMENT OF A NAME ON THE CHILD MALTREATMENT CENTRAL REGISTRY; AND TO REPEAL CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.
 SB288
Act 881
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATION TIME FRAMES; AND TO CLARIFY THE REQUIREMENTS FOR A CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATION.
 SB311TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DISQUALIFICATION OF JUDGES.
 SB349TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO PROVIDE CERTAIN LEVELS OF SUPPORT TO CERTAIN PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS BASED ON READING SCORES; AND TO AMEND THE PURPOSES ON WHICH NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH STATE CATEGORICAL FUNDS MAY BE SPENT.
 SB351
Act 587
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS OF A SEX OFFENDER.
 SB352TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PROTECTIONS FOR CHILD WELFARE AGENCIES.
 SB481TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING RETAIL WATER PROVIDERS AND RELATED SERVICE.
 SB497
Act 590
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DISCLOSURE OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION UNDER THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.
 SB526TO REQUIRE THE PRESENCE OF A FINANCIAL COUNSELOR UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS WHEN A STUDENT OF A STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION SIGNS A DOCUMENT TO BORROW A STUDENT EDUCATION LOAN.
 SB537
Act 1081
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATIONS OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE.
 SB542
Act 890
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE MEDICAL, NURSING, HOSPITAL, AND AMBULANCE SERVICE LIEN ACT.
 SB554TO REQUIRE WATER PROVIDERS TO EXTEND WATER SERVICE TO NONRESIDENT CONSUMERS AND PROPERTY OWNERS.
 SB578TO REMOVE A DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION AS AN AVAILABLE PENALTY FOR OFFENSES NOT RELATED TO DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE.
 SB579TO REQUIRE THE DISCLOSURE OF ALL EVIDENCE IN THE POSSESSION OF THE STATE TO A CRIMINAL DEFENDANT, WHETHER THE EVIDENCE IS INCULPATORY, EXCULPATORY, OR NEITHER INCULPATORY NOR EXCULPATORY.
 SB580REQUIRING THAT ALL CUSTODIAL INTERVIEWS AND INTERROGATIONS BE RECORDED BY AUDIO AND VISUAL MEDIA, IF AVAILABLE.
 SB587TO CREATE THE CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATION BODY CAMERA PILOT PROGRAM.
 SB603
Act 1082
TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO PROVIDE CERTAIN LEVELS OF SUPPORT TO CERTAIN PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS BASED ON READING SCORES; AND TO AMEND THE PURPOSES ON WHICH NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH STATE CATEGORICAL FUNDS MAY BE SPENT.
 SB605
Act 1083
TO AMEND THE NAME OF NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH STATE CATEGORICAL FUNDING.
 SB623TO REMOVE A DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION AS AN AVAILABLE PENALTY FOR AN OFFENSE NOT RELATED TO DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE.
 SB66TO CLARIFY THE LAW CONCERNING DISTRACTED DRIVING; AND TO MAKE A VIOLATION OF THE DISTRACTED DRIVING LAW A SECONDARY OFFENSE.
 SB662
Act 945
TO CREATE THE CHILD WELFARE OMBUDSMAN DIVISION WITHIN THE ARKANSAS CHILD ABUSE/RAPE/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COMMISSION.
 SB674TO REDUCE THE SENTENCE CLASSIFICATIONS FOR CERTAIN OFFENSES FROM A FELONY TO A MISDEMEANOR.
 SB7
Act 329
TO ALLOW MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO ATTEND HEARINGS HELD UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989.
 SB82
Act 332
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING REPORTS FILED WITH THE COURT BEFORE A HEARING HELD UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989.
 SB83
Act 558
TO AMEND THE REQUIREMENTS FOR UNSUPERVISED VISITATION; AND TO ADDRESS THE TIMELY ENTRY OF ORDERS UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989.
 SB84
Act 984
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING PERMANENCY GOALS THAT ARE AUTHORIZED BY THE COURT AT A PERMANENCY PLANNING HEARING.
 SB85
Act 985
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING SERVICE OF A PETITION TO TERMINATE PARENTAL RIGHTS.
 SB86
Act 333
CONCERNING THE DUTIES OF THE COMMISSION FOR PARENT COUNSEL.
 SB87
Act 927
TO DEFINE "IMMINENT HARM" UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989 AND THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.
 SB88TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PETITIONS TO REINSTATE PARENTAL RIGHTS.
 SB89TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CLOSED AND CONFIDENTIAL NATURE OF RECORDS UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989.
 SB90
Act 559
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING EVIDENCE PRESENTED DURING PROBABLE CAUSE HEARINGS HELD UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989.
 SB91
Act 317
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE RESUMPTION OF SERVICES FOR CERTAIN PARENTS.
 SJR15THE ARKANSAS TERM LIMITS AMENDMENT.
 SJR16AN AMENDMENT TO ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 73, CONCERNING TERM LIMITS FOR MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
CoSponsor
 HB1145
Act 170
TO CREATE THE TEACHER SALARY ENHANCEMENT ACT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 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.
 HB1716
Act 915
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING MILITARY SERVICE AND VETERANS SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES; AND TO ALLOW THE ISSUANCE OF CERTAIN SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES TO A SURVIVING SPOUSE.
 HB1755
Act 971
CONCERNING THE PUNITIVE ISOLATION OR SOLITARY CONFINEMENT OF INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE UNDER EIGHTEEN (18) YEARS OF AGE.
 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.
 HB1844CONCERNING WHAT CONSTITUTES CRIMINALLY INJURIOUS CONDUCT UNDER THE ARKANSAS CRIME VICTIMS REPARATIONS ACT.
 HCR1010TO RECOGNIZE THAT ABUSE AND NEGLECT OF CHILDREN IS A SIGNIFICANT PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM; TO COMMEND THE IMPORTANT WORK BEING DONE TO COMBAT THE PROBLEM; AND TO PROCLAIM APRIL 11, 2019, AS “CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER DAY”.
 SB149
Act 180
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS HUMAN LIFE PROTECTION ACT; AND TO ABOLISH ABORTION IN ARKANSAS AND PROTECT THE LIVES OF UNBORN CHILDREN.
 SB15TO REDUCE THE FEES FOR A LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN
 SB17
Act 61
TO REDUCE THE FEES FOR A LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN; AND TO REDUCE THE FEE TO RENEW A LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN.
 SB2
Act 619
TO CREATE THE DOWN SYNDROME DISCRIMINATION BY ABORTION PROHIBITION ACT.
 SB3
Act 620
TO REQUIRE ADDITIONAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS BY CERTAIN PHYSICIANS AND HEALTHCARE FACILITIES FOR ABORTION COMPLICATIONS.
 SB318
Act 556
TO PROHIBIT UNLAWFUL FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION OF A MINOR; TO CREATE AWARENESS PROGRAMS CONCERNING AND STATISTICAL TRACKING OF UNLAWFUL FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 SB385
Act 298
TO REQUIRE A STUDY AND ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE FUNCTIONS AND PROCESSES OF THE ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION.
 SB386
Act 299
CONCERNING LEGISLATION PROPOSED BY THE DIRECTOR OF STATE HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION.
 SB576
Act 822
TO REFORM THE TAX LAWS CONCERNING THE LEVY AND COLLECTION OF SALES AND USE TAX, THE APPORTIONMENT AND ALLOCATION OF INCOME FOR TAX PURPOSES, CORPORATE INCOME TAX RATES, AND NET OPERATING LOSSES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
 SCMR1TO REMEMBER MATT DECAMPLE AND HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.
 SJR3APPLYING TO THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO CALL A CONVENTION FOR PROPOSING AMENDMENTS PURSUANT TO ARTICLE V OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION.
 SR10COMMENDING THE ARKANSAS CHAPTER OF THE ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION AND PROCLAIMING FEBRUARY 26, 2019, AS ALZHEIMER'S AWARENESS DAY.
 SR17TO ENCOURAGE LAW ENFORCEMENT TO SUSPEND CONTACT AND OUTREACH WITH THE COUNCIL ON AMERICAN-ISLAMIC RELATIONS.
 SR24TO REMEMBER MATT DECAMPLE AND HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.
 SR42TO ENCOURAGE AND URGE GOVERNOR ASA HUTCHINSON TO ACT EXPEDITIOUSLY ON CERTAIN PAROLE BOARD RECOMMENDATIONS.