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Thursday, February 5, 2015

Own Bill/Own Amendment (08:00:00 AM)

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own bill - own amendment
SB53 TO REGULATE THE USE OF CERTAIN DRUGS USED TO INDUCE AN ABORTION; AND TO PROVIDE FOR DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS FOR ABORTIONS PERFORMED IN VIOLATION OF THIS ACT.
SB54 CONCERNING PARENT AND CHILD REPRESENTATION IN JUVENILE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
SB151 TO REQUIRE A PERMIT FEE OF TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS WITH REFUNDS OF TWENTY-ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS TO SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS AND TWENTY-THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS TO UNSUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS.

Bills for Consideration (11:30:00 AM)

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resolutions for third reading and adoption
SR5 TO RECOGNIZE THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM ON ITS 25TH ANNIVERSARY.
SR6 TO RECOGNIZE INTERNATIONAL OMPHALOCELE AWARENESS DAY ON JANUARY 31, 2015; AND TO COMMEND THE MOTHERS OF OMPHALOCELES FOR THEIR ADVOCACY EFFORTS.
senate bills to concur in house amendments
SB6 TO CREATE THE MIDDLE CLASS TAX RELIEF ACT OF 2015; TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX RATES AND BRACKETS FOR INDIVIDUALS, TRUSTS, AND ESTATES; TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX ON CAPITAL GAINS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
senate bills with senate amendments
SB164 CONCERNING PRIVATE SECURITY LICENSES, PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR CREDENTIALS, PRIVATE SECURITY AGENCY LICENSES, SCHOOL SECURITY OFFICER AND SECURITY OFFICER COMMISSIONS, AND POLYGRAPH AND VOICE STRESS ANALYSIS EXAMINER LICENSES.
house bills with senate amendments
HB1012 CONCERNING VICTIMS' RIGHTS IN CAPITAL PUNISHMENT CASES; AND TO BE KNOWN AS "ANDI'S LAW".
senate bills for third reading and passage
SB4 CONCERNING TERMINALLY ILL PATIENT ACCESS TO INVESTIGATIONAL DRUGS, BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, OR DEVICES; AND TO CREATE THE RIGHT TO TRY ACT.
SB59 TO REQUIRE THE ARKANSAS STATE CLAIMS COMMISSION TO PROVIDE SPECIFIC FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW TO SUPPORT A FINAL ADJUDICATION FOR A CLAIM CONSIDERED BY THE COMMISSION.
SB80 TO REQUIRE A STATE AGENCY THAT IS AN EMPLOYER OF MEMBERS OF THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM TO MAKE CONTRIBUTION BY ELECTRONIC TRANSFER AND TO REPORT CONTRIBUTIONS ELECTRONICALLY.
SB157 TO AMEND THE FINANCIAL ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RENEWAL OF WATER POLLUTION PERMITS.
SB158 TO PERMIT FOR GOOD CAUSE AN EXTENSION OF TIME FOR BOILER INSPECTIONS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
SB160 TO ALLOW SCHOOL VACATIONS TO LAST SEVEN (7) WEEKS IN SCHOOLS THAT OPERATE ON A TWELVE-MONTH CALENDAR.
SB180 TO PROVIDE SCHOOL DISTRICTS WITH FLEXIBILITY IN DETERMINING WHETHER OR NOT TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY INCLEMENT WEATHER DAY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
SB210 TO CREATE THE GOVERNOR'S ADVISORY COMMISSION ON NATIONAL SERVICE AND VOLUNTEERISM.
house bills for third reading and passage
HB1014 TO EXEMPT STATE INSTITUTIONS, POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS, AND ANY OTHER APPLICABLE ENTITY WITH TORT LIABILITY IMMUNITY FROM THE REQUIREMENT TO OBTAIN GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE COVERAGE WHEN OBTAINING A CHILD CARE FACILITY LICENSE.
HB1086 TO CHANGE THE QUALIFICATIONS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ISOLATED FUNDING.
HB1159 TO AMEND THE LICENSURE OF A MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER, DISTRIBUTOR, JOBBER, RETAILER, OR SHOOTER OF FIREWORKS.