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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

PDF Own Bill/Own Amendment (08:30:00 AM)
members' own-bill own amendment
TO CREATE A PROGRAM FOR LICENSURE OF COMMUNITY PARAMEDICS.
TO CREATE THE UNIFORM FIDUCIARY ACCESS TO DIGITAL ASSETS ACT.
TO OFFSET THE REVENUES GENERATED BY SALES TAX COLLECTED FROM OUT-OF-STATE SELLERS BY REDUCING THE INCOME TAX RATES APPLICABLE TO INDIVIDUALS, TRUSTS, AND ESTATES.
TO ENACT THE STATE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT'S GENERAL OMNIBUS BILL.
TO REGULATE THE FAIRNESS IN THE BIDDING PRACTICES FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLICLY FUNDED PROJECTS; AND TO MODIFY THE RETAINAGE LAWS OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.
PDF Bills for Consideration (01:30:00 PM)
resolutions
CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH DURING THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 2015.
IN RESPECTFUL MEMORY OF THOMAS ARCHIE MONROE AND IN RECOGNITION OF HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO HIS COMMUNITY.
TO RECOGNIZE THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF ARKANSAS FOR THEIR VALUABLE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE YOUNG PEOPLE OF ARKANSAS AND TO CONGRATULATE THE 2015 ARKANSAS STATE YOUTH OF THE YEAR CANDIDATES.
IN RESPECTFUL MEMORY OF FORMER NAVY SEAL JEREMY JASON WISE AND SERGEANT FIRST CLASS BENJAMIN BRIAN WISE, AND IN APPRECIATION OF THEIR SERVICE.
REMEMBERING ANDREA THORN AND PROCLAIMING MARCH 19 AS ARKANSAS ANGELS DAY.
TO EXPRESS SUPPORT OF THE FEDERAL TRANSFER OF PUBLIC LANDS TO THE WESTERN STATES OF THE UNITED STATES; AND TO URGE THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO ENGAGE IN GOOD FAITH EFFORTS TO COORDINATE THE TRANSFER OF TITLE TO THE WESTERN STATES.
regular bills
TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE, RENEWAL, AND REPLACEMENT OF SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES TO PROMOTE AND SUPPORT AUTISM AWARENESS.
TO AMEND THE PROCUREMENT LAWS CONCERNING THE EXPERIENCE REQUIRED FOR OFFERORS AND BIDDERS.
TO REQUIRE THAT NOTICE BE GIVEN TO GROWERS CONCERNING ADDITIONAL INVESTMENTS THAT MAY BE REQUIRED UNDER A PRODUCTION CONTRACT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO INCLUDE THE ARKANSAS STATE HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT WITHIN THE DEFINITION OF “CLAIMANT AGENCY” FOR THE PURPOSE OF OBTAINING A SETOFF AGAINST STATE TAX REFUNDS FOR DEBTS OWED TO THE STATE.
TO AMEND THE TIME PERIOD OF DRIVER'S LICENSE VALIDITY AND CERTAIN ISSUANCE FEES.
TO ESTABLISH THE BUILDING BETTER FUTURES PROGRAM.
TO ALLOW PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE STATEWIDE TRANSFER AGREEMENT.
TO MODIFY THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CREATION OF A SCHOOL DISTRICT BY DETACHING TERRITORY FROM AN EXISTING SCHOOL DISTRICT.
TO CREATE THE NATURAL HAIR BRAIDING PROTECTION ACT.
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS OF CURRENT AND PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO AMEND THE PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY OF ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSES AND PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS; TO EXTEND PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY TO HYDROCODONE COMBINATION PRODUCTS IF EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED BY A PHYSICIAN.
TO STIMULATE JOB CREATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WHILE PRESERVING HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS.
TO EXTEND THE ARKANSAS LEGISLATIVE TASK FORCE ON ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN UNTIL 2017.
TO CLARIFY THE LAW CONCERNING LEAVE FOR EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES; AND TO AMEND PORTIONS OF THE UNIFORM ATTENDANCE AND LEAVE POLICY ACT.
TO PROVIDE THAT A PUBLIC EMPLOYEE'S DESIGNATED BENEFICIARY FORM SHALL BE WITNESSED.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING A PETITION TO FILE AS AN INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR OFFICE; TO REQUIRE A FORM FOR ALL PETITIONS; AND TO REQUIRE VERIFICATION THAT THE PETITION WAS NOT CIRCULATED LONGER THAN THE PRESCRIBED TIME.
regular senate bills
TO EXEMPT CERTAIN CUSTOMER AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE RECORDS OF MUNICIPALLY OWNED UTILITY SYSTEMS FROM DISCLOSURE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
ALLOWING THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY CORRECTION TO PARTICIPATE IN A PRIVATE SECTOR PRISON INDUSTRY ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM.
CONCERNING THE ABILITY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY CORRECTION TO ISSUE AN ARREST WARRANT; AND TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS.
TO ALLOW FOR ADMINISTRATIVE TRANSFER OF AN INMATE IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY CORRECTION.
TO EXEMPT FROM STATE PROCUREMENT LAWS CONTRACTS FOR THE ACQUISITION OF SERVICES AND COMMODITIES BY A MUNICIPAL UTILITY TO A MILITARY INSTALLATION WITHIN THE STATE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO ALLOW SCHOOL VACATIONS TO LAST SEVEN (7) WEEKS IN SCHOOLS THAT OPERATE ON A TWELVE-MONTH CALENDAR.