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Tuesday, February 9, 2021

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TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING RECIPROCAL SERVICE CREDIT, BENEFIT RIGHTS, AND DEFERRED RETIREMENT UNDER THE ARKANSAS LOCAL POLICE AND FIRE RETIREMENT SYSTEM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS UNBORN CHILD PROTECTION ACT.
TO MODIFY THE APPLICATION PROCESS FOR CERTIFICATION TO PRACTICE AS AN ORTHOTIC ASSISTANT, ORTHOTIC/PROSTHETIC ASSISTANT, OR PROSTHETIC ASSISTANT.
TO ESTABLISH THE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE CORPORATION SELF-REGULATION ACT OF 2021.
AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND LICENSING - DIVISION OF LABOR APPROPRIATION FOR THE 2021-2022 FISCAL YEAR.
TO AMEND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; AND TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF “PUBLIC RECORDS”.
TO AMEND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; TO DEFINE THE TERM "MEETING" UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS.
AN ACT FOR THE ARKANSAS AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT REAPPROPRIATION.
TO AMEND THE SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS TO ALLOW CERTAIN INDIVIDUALS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CERTAIN SCHOLARSHIPS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
PDF Bills for Consideration (1:00 PM)
house bills with senate amendments
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DISTRIBUTION OF EXCESS FOOD IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
TO AMEND THE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR SALES OF CERTAIN AIRCRAFT.
TO REQUIRE THE ELECTRONIC FILING OF INCOME TAX RETURNS BY TAX PRACTITIONERS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING TAX PRACTITIONERS.
TO REMOVE EXTRANEOUS REFERENCES TO DIGITAL MAGAZINES IN THE SALES TAX LAWS; AND TO CLARIFY THE EXEMPTION OF A CAR WASH OPERATOR'S SALE OF A CAR WASH.
TO AUTHORIZE THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION TO WAIVE THE CERTIFICATE OF INDEBTEDNESS FILING FEES IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
TO REPEAL THE LONG-TERM RENTAL VEHICLE TAX.
senate bills for third reading and passage
TO AMEND THE COMPONENTS OF A COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS ASSESSMENT.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS UNDER THE ARKANSAS STATE HIGHWAY EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS STATE HIGHWAY EMPLOYEES' DEFERRED RETIREMENT OPTION PLAN CONTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE MARRIAGE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT FOR SURVIVOR ANNUITY BENEFITS UNDER THE ARKANSAS STATE HIGHWAY EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CONTENT STANDARDS AND CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS; AND TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE STATEWIDE STUDENT ASSESSMENT SYSTEM.
TO ENSURE THAT BENEFICIARIES OF THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM HAVE ACCESS TO NEW PRODUCTS AND LABEL EXPANSIONS APPROVED BY THE UNITED STATES FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION; AND TO CREATE THE RARE DISEASE ADVISORY COUNCIL.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE TERMINATION AND CANCELLATION OF A RESIDENTIAL LEASE UNDER THE ARKANSAS SOLDIERS' AND AIRMEN'S CIVIL RELIEF ACT.
CONCERNING OUTDOOR SALES OF NONALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES BY A MINOR.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING NONMUNICIPAL DOMESTIC SEWAGE TREATMENT WORKS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PENALTIES FOR A VIOLATION OF THE OFFENSE OF RACING A VEHICLE ON A PUBLIC HIGHWAY.
TO ENSURE THAT BUSINESSES ARE NOT PENALIZED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FOR THE BEHAVIOR OF THEIR PATRONS OR CUSTOMERS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS 2019 (COVID-19) PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO CREATE THE MEDICAL ETHICS AND DIVERSITY ACT.
house bills for third reading and passage
TO CLARIFY THAT CERTAIN APPEARANCE FEES ARE NOT COMPENSATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF DETERMINING ELIGIBILITY FOR THE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT AND EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CERTAIN COUNTY ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS AND FILE MAINTENANCE.
senate concurrent resolutions for third reading and adoption
TO COMMEMORATE AMERICAN HISTORY.
house concurrent resolutions for third reading and concurrence
TO ENCOURAGE CONTINUED COLLABORATION AMONG HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS, LAW ENFORCEMENT, EDUCATORS, PUBLIC OFFICIALS, AND THE ARKANSAS COMMUNITY IN BATTLING THE ABUSE OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS IN ARKANSAS.