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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

PDF Speaker's ReReferral of Bills (8:30 AM)
speaker's re-referral of bills
TO REQUIRE THE DISCLOSURE AND REPORTING OF NONCANDIDATE EXPENDITURES PERTAINING TO APPELLATE JUDICIAL ELECTIONS; AND TO ADOPT NEW LAWS CONCERNING APPELLATE JUDICIAL CAMPAIGNS.
PDF Own Bill/Own Amendment (8:30 AM)
members' own-bill own amendment
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CONSUMER PROTECTION OF SENIORS FROM PREDATORY PRACTICES.
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS FINANCIAL EDUCATION COMMISSION.
TO BE KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS SECOND AMENDMENT LIBERTIES SAFEGUARDS ACT"; TO REQUIRE STATE AGENCIES AND PUBLIC OFFICERS TO DISREGARD UNCONSTITUTIONAL OVERREACHES OF POWER; AND TO PROTECT THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF ARKANSANS.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING POSTHUMOUSLY CONCEIVED CHILDREN AS IT RELATES TO INTESTATE SUCCESSION.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE USE OF EMINENT DOMAIN BY A STATE AGENCY; AND TO ADD NEW DEFINITIONS UNDER EMINENT DOMAIN.
TO REQUIRE THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO ISSUE A GUIDANCE MEMORANDUM REGARDING THE UNIQUE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF STUDENTS WITH DYSLEXIA, DYSCALCULIA, AND DYSGRAPHIA; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO AMEND THE TYPES OF STUDENTS FOR WHICH A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT SHALL NOT IMPOSE OUT-OF-SCHOOL SUSPENSIONS AND EXPULSIONS.
TO REQUIRE THE DISCLOSURE AND REPORTING OF NONCANDIDATE EXPENDITURES PERTAINING TO APPELLATE JUDICIAL ELECTIONS; AND TO ADOPT NEW LAWS CONCERNING APPELLATE JUDICIAL CAMPAIGNS.
TO ESTABLISH THE PUBLIC HEALTH READINESS ACT.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 98, ALSO KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016"; AND TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "SAFETY SENSITIVE POSITION".
PDF Withdrawal of Members Own Bills From Further Consideration (8:30 AM)
member's withdraw calendar
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING LOCAL OPTION ELECTIONS IN DEFUNCT VOTING DISTRICTS TO AUTHORIZE OFF-PREMISES CONSUMPTION FOR CERTAIN PERMIT HOLDERS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING MICROBREWERY-RESTAURANT PRIVATE CLUB PERMITS.
PDF Bills for Consideration (1:00 PM)
resolutions
TO ENCOURAGE THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO REVIEW ISSUES RELATED TO DAIRY PRODUCTS AND MAKE CHANGES TO IMPROVE FEDERAL MILK MARKETING ORDERS IN ORDER TO BETTER SUPPORT DAIRY FARMERS.
concur in senate amendment
TO PROHIBIT A DATA COMPANY FROM PREVENTING AUTHORIZED ACCESS BY A PUBLIC ENTITY TO THE PUBLIC ENTITY'S DATA.
CONCERNING A CURRENT OR FORMER JUDGE'S ABILITY TO LAWFULLY CARRY A HANDGUN WHERE CARRYING A HANDGUN WOULD OTHERWISE BE PROHIBITED.
TO ESTABLISH THE LAW ENFORCEMENT FAMILY RELIEF CHECK-OFF PROGRAM; AND TO ESTABLISH THE LAW ENFORCEMENT FAMILY RELIEF TRUST FUND.
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS STUDENT-ATHLETE PUBLICITY RIGHTS ACT.
TO CLARIFY THE TELEMEDICINE ACT; TO SPECIFY THAT THE HOME OF A PATIENT MAY BE AN ORIGINATING SITE FOR TELEMEDICINE AND THAT GROUP MEETINGS MAY BE PERFORMED VIA TELEMEDICINE; AND TO CLARIFY REIMBURSEMENT OF TELEMEDICINE SERVICES.
regular bills
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING CONTRACTORS; TO REQUIRE REGISTRATION OF ROOFING CONTRACTORS; AND TO AUTHORIZE THE RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTORS COMMITTEE TO ISSUE ROOFING CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION CERTIFICATES.
TO REQUIRE SCHOOL NURSES TO PARTICIPATE IN NURSING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT; TO REQUIRE THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR SCHOOL NURSES; AND TO REQUIRE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO PARTICIPATE IN A HEALTH SERVICES SURVEY.
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS HEALTHCARE DECISIONS ACT.
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS PHYSICIAN ORDER FOR LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENT ACT.
TO AMEND THE LAW GOVERNING A COUNTY'S OBLIGATIONS REGARDING THE PRODUCTION OF ELECTRONIC PUBLIC RECORDS IN BULK ON REQUEST.
TO PHASE OUT THE SOFT DRINK TAX; AND TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS TO BE DISTRIBUTED TO OFFSET THE REVENUE REDUCTION RESULTING FROM THE PHASEOUT OF THE SOFT DRINK TAX.
TO ALLOW STUDENTS IN CERTAIN GRADES IN-SCHOOL ACCESS TO VENDING MACHINES OFFERING FOOD AND BEVERAGES THAT MEET THE NUTRITION STANDARDS OF THE FEDERAL SMART SNACKS IN SCHOOL PROGRAM.
TO CREATE A NETWORK OF CERTIFIED ACADEMIC LANGUAGE THERAPISTS TO PROVIDE A SPECIALIZED DYSLEXIA INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH DYSLEXIA OR RELATED READING AND WRITTEN-LANGUAGE DIFFICULTIES.
TO ALLOW DEPENDENTS OF CERTAIN VETERANS TO RECEIVE TUITION WAIVERS TO PRIVATE, NONPROFIT INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THIS STATE; AND TO CAP THE AMOUNT OF THE TUITION WAIVER FOR DEPENDENTS OF CERTAIN VETERANS.
TO PROHIBIT FACULTY MEMBERS AND STAFF MEMBERS OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS FROM KNOWINGLY ENGAGING IN OR ENCOURAGING HAZING.
CONCERNING THE COLLECTION OF FINES ORDERED TO BE PAID BY A PERSON CONVICTED OF A FELONY.
TO ENACT THE UNIFORM FIDUCIARY INCOME AND PRINCIPAL ACT; AND TO REPEAL THE UNIFORM PRINCIPAL AND INCOME ACT.
TO DEFINE "VEHICLE" AS AN EXTENSION OF A PERSON'S HOME; AND TO DEFINE THE TERM "JOURNEY" ACROSS ALL APPLICABLE LAWS.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING WHEN A VEHICLE MAY BE DRIVEN UPON THE LEFT LANE OF A MULTILANE HIGHWAY.
TO ALLOW THE OPERATION OF A PERSONAL DELIVERY DEVICE IN PEDESTRIAN AREAS AND CERTAIN STREETS AND ROADS.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE OPERATION OF AN AUTOMATED ENFORCEMENT DEVICE BY A MUNICIPALITY OR DEPARTMENT OF STATE GOVERNMENT OPERATING WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF A MUNICIPALITY.
TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF THE INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR A TEACHER’S QUALIFIED CLASSROOM INVESTMENT EXPENSE.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING SALES TAX REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL EVENTS; AND TO ALLOW THE SALES TAX EXEMPTION FOR ISOLATED SALES TO APPLY AT SPECIAL EVENTS.
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS TAX-DEFERRED TUITION SAVINGS PROGRAM ACT; TO ADOPT RECENT CHANGES CONTAINED IN THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE; AND TO CHANGE THE NAME OF THE PROGRAM.
TO PROVIDE A SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR WATER USED BY A POULTRY FARM; AND TO REQUIRE THE ADOPTION OF RELATED RULES.
TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR RETIRED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS WHO WORK COLD CASES FOR THE DIVISION OF ARKANSAS STATE POLICE.
TO PROVIDE A SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR SALES TO THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO ALLOW DELINQUENT PROPERTY TAXES TO BE SET OFF AGAINST STATE TAX REFUNDS IN WHOLE OR IN PART; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE FEE CHARGED FOR SETTING OFF DEBTS AGAINST STATE TAX REFUNDS.
TO AMEND THE ELIGIBILITY FOR LONG-TERM CARE MEDICAID ASSISTANCE; TO ENSURE THAT BENEFICIARIES ON THE LOW-INCOME DISABLED WORKING PERSON CATEGORY OF MEDICAID CAN TRANSITION TO OTHER CATEGORIES IN THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM.
TO PROHIBIT THE STATE FROM MANDATING A VACCINE OR IMMUNIZATION FOR CORONAVIRUS 2019 (COVID-19); TO GOVERN REQUIREMENTS FOR A VACCINE OR IMMUNIZATION FOR CORONAVIRUS 2019 (COVID-19); AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO AMEND THE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CRISIS INTERVENTION PROTOCOL ACT OF 2017.
TO SET STANDARDS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS DELIVERY.
regular senate bills
TO AMEND THE LAWS REGARDING ABORTION REPORTING AND INSPECTIONS OF ABORTION FACILITIES; AND TO REQUIRE CERTAIN DOCUMENTATION BE PRESENTED BEFORE PERFORMING AN ABORTION WHEN THE PREGNANCY IS A RESULT OF RAPE OR INCEST.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DATA AND TRANSPARENCY PANEL; AND TO INCREASE DEPARTMENT PARTICIPATION ON THE DATA AND TRANSPARENCY PANEL.
TO ALLOW A STUDENT APPLYING FOR THE ARKANSAS GOVERNOR'S SCHOLARS PROGRAM OR THE CRITICAL NEEDS MINORITY TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM TO USE HIS OR HER ACT SUPERSCORE.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING PAID CANVASSERS; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE COMPENSATION OF PAID CANVASSERS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE SUCCEED SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.
TO REQUIRE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARDS OF DIRECTORS TO INCLUDE IN STUDENT DISCIPLINE POLICIES THE REQUIREMENT THAT SCHOOLS CONDUCT AN ASSESSMENT OF A STUDENT'S ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES BEFORE DISCIPLINING A STUDENT.
TO REQUIRE ALL NEWLY CONSTRUCTED PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND EXISTING PUBLIC SCHOOLS UNDERGOING ADDITIONS OR TOTAL RENOVATIONS TO PROVIDE FOR WATER BOTTLE FILLING STATIONS.
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING SCHOOL DISTRICT WAIVERS; AND TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL CHARTERS, ENROLLMENT, AUTHORIZATION, AND FACILITY FUNDING.
TO BE KNOWN AS THE "INTRASTATE FIREARMS PROTECTION ACT"; AND TO PREVENT THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FROM REGULATING THE MANUFACTURE, ASSEMBLY, AND TRADE OF FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION WITHIN THE BORDERS OF ARKANSAS.
TO BE KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS SOVEREIGNTY ACT OF 2021"; CONCERNING THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS; AND CONCERNING OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PROCESS BY WHICH THE STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION MAY SELL OR DISPOSE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PENALTIES FOR A VIOLATION OF THE MANDATORY SEAT BELT USE LAW.
TO ESTABLISH THE BUFFALO RIVER CONSERVATION COMMITTEE.
TO CREATE THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT PROGRAM; TO ESTABLISH THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE INFRASTRUCTURE FUND; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO PROVIDE FOR THE DISCLOSURE OF LIMITED INFORMATION ON CERTAIN CREDITS AND REBATES OF SALES AND USE TAX TO IMPACTED LOCAL GOVERNMENTS.
TO AMEND THE LICENSING OF OPERATORS OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES; TO AMEND THE LICENSING COMMITTEE; TO ALLOW FOR BIENNIAL LICENSE RENEWAL; AND TO ADDRESS RECIPROCITY IN ARKANSAS.
TO CLARIFY THE REGULATION OF PSYCHIATRIC RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITIES.
TO PROMOTE INTEGRITY IN WELFARE PROGRAMS; AND TO AMEND THE MEDICAID ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION SYSTEM.
TO MODIFY THE REQUIREMENTS FOR A PEER SUPPORT SPECIALIST IN THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM; AND TO REMOVE A REFERENCE TO THE ARKANSAS SUBSTANCE ABUSE CERTIFICATION BOARD.