Bills in House Committees


Bill Number Bill Subtitle Sponsor
ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - HOUSE
HB1110 TO REQUIRE A STATE ENTITY TO REPORT A SECURITY INCIDENT TO THE LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR. S. Meeks
AGING, CHILDREN AND YOUTH, LEGISLATIVE & MILITARY AFFAIRS- HOUSE
HB1002 TO CLARIFY THE REQUIREMENTS FOR ESTABLISHING ELIGIBILITY FOR THE PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION FOR DISABLED VETERANS, SURVIVING SPOUSES, AND MINOR DEPENDENT CHILDREN. C. Fite
HB1013 TO AMEND ARKANSAS MUSIC APPRECIATION DAY. Rye
HB1122 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY TO AWARD A MEDAL, RIBBON, OR DECORATION TO A MEMBER OF THE ORGANIZED MILITIA; AND TO AUTHORIZE THE PRESENTATION OF AN AWARD TO CERTAIN PERSONS AND GROUPS. M. Berry
HB1123 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE POWERS, DUTIES, AND IMMUNITIES OF THE MILITIA. M. Berry
HB1124 TO AMEND THE PUNITIVE ARTICLES OF THE MILITARY CODE OF ARKANSAS CONCERNING SEXUAL ASSAULT AND SEXUAL CONTACT. M. Berry
HR1002 TO URGE THE ACTIVATION OF CLOSED CAPTIONING ON TELEVISION MONITORS IN PUBLIC VENUES. C. Fite
HR1004 TO COMMEND FORMER REPRESENTATIVE J.R. ROGERS FOR HIS WORK IN CREATING THE ROCK 'N' ROLL HIGHWAY 67. Rye
AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT- HOUSE
HB1099 TO AUTHORIZE THE VETERINARY MEDICAL EXAMINING BOARD TO PROMULGATE RULES REGARDING TELEHEALTH AND TELEMEDICINE AND TO ISSUE RESTRICTED LICENSES FOR VETERINARIANS. Vaught
HB1142 TO RECOGNIZE ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION OF LIVESTOCK AND ANIMALS AS A ROUTINE ANIMAL HUSBANDRY PRACTICE. Vaught
HB1210 TO AMEND THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE STATE PLANT BOARD; AND TO REQUIRE ORGANIZATIONS TO SUBMIT NAMES OF POTENTIAL MEMBERS TO THE GOVERNOR FOR APPOINTMENT. Hillman
CITY, COUNTY & LOCAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE- HOUSE
HB1018 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ELECTION OF A MUNICIPAL CHIEF OF POLICE OR CITY OR TOWN MARSHAL. Rye
HB1025 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE TRAINING OF CORONERS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Watson
HB1036 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS COUNTY ACCOUNTING LAW OF 1973 TO REQUIRE COUNTIES TO PROVIDE PROOF OF PAYROLL TAX PAYMENT AND RETIREMENT SYSTEM CONTRIBUTIONS. Tosh
HB1164 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CREATION OF CERTAIN FIRE DEPARTMENTS AND IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS. Maddox
HB1183 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CERTAIN COUNTY ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS AND FILE MAINTENANCE. Underwood
HB1197 CONCERNING LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY ORGANIZATION, STAFFING, AND PERSONNEL MATTERS. Dalby
EDUCATION COMMITTEE- HOUSE
HB1009 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DISTRIBUTION OF EXCESS FOOD IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Wardlaw
HB1021 TO CREATE THE FIRST-YEAR MEDICAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM ACT; AND TO CREATE THE FIRST-YEAR MEDICAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP FUND. Cloud
HB1029 TO INCLUDE CERTAIN ARKANSAS CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS IN THE TEACHING MATERIALS REGARDING AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY IN A PUBLIC SCHOOL. F. Allen
HB1097 CONCERNING THE PARTICIPATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN SCHOOL ATHLETIC CONFERENCES. Wooten
HB1101 TO AMEND THE AMOUNT OF SIGNATURES REQUIRED TO PETITION A SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO MEET. Evans
HB1102 TO REQUIRE ADDITIONAL TRAINING ON SCHOOL SAFETY AND STUDENT DISCIPLINE FOR BOARD MEMBERS; TO STANDARDIZE THE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS REPORT; AND TO INCREASE THE TIME BY WHICH A BOARD MEMBER MAY CURE A TRAINING HOUR DEFICIENCY. Evans
HB1103 TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING ARKANSAS PUBLIC SCHOOL ACADEMIC FACILITIES AND TRANSPORTATION. Evans
HB1104 TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTIONS. Evans
HB1113 TO AMEND THE COMMISSIONER OF STATE LANDS URBAN HOMESTEAD ACT TO PERMIT THE DEVELOPMENT OF SCHOOLS ON LAND DONATED BY THE COMMISSIONER OF STATE LANDS WHEN THE LAND IS NOT BEING UTILIZED AS A HOMESTEAD; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Dotson
HB1151 TO SUSPEND THE PUBLIC SCHOOL RATING SYSTEM FOR THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR UNDER § 6-15-2105. Evans
HB1170 TO AMEND THE DATE BY WHICH TEACHERS SHALL DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES OF SCIENTIFIC READING INSTRUCTION. Tollett
HB1171 TO DEEM A TRANSFERRING STUDENT UNDER THE ARKANSAS OPPORTUNITY PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE ACT AS IMMEDIATELY ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN INTERSCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES IF THE STUDENT MEETS REQUIRED ACADEMIC AND PHYSICAL STANDARDS. Tollett
HB1172 TO REQUIRE CERTAIN NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES BY THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION UPON THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION'S REVIEW OF WAIVERS GRANTED TO PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS. Tollett
HB1173 TO AMEND THE REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS FOR A PERSON APPOINTED AS THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND THE COMMISSIONER OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION. Tollett
HB1175 TO AMEND THE CANDIDATE FILING REQUIREMENTS FOR POSITIONS ON SCHOOL BOARDS AND LOCAL BOARDS OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES. Boyd
HB1186 TO CREATE A WAIVER REGARDING THE MINIMUM AGE FOR ENROLLMENT IN PUBLIC SCHOOL. S. Meeks
HB1193 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE APPOINTMENT OF AN INDIVIDUAL TO A VACANCY ON A SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Warren
HB1194 TO ALLOW THE COMMISSIONER OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION TO ROUND THE PERCENTAGE CHANGE BETWEEN THE PURCHASE PRICE OF A COMMODITY AND THE CONSUMER PRICE INDEX FOR ALL URBAN CONSUMERS TO THE NEAREST ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS. Warren
HB1200 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS REHABILITATION SERVICES FORGIVENESS OF STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM; AND TO CLARIFY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELIGIBILITY. J. Mayberry
HOUSE MANAGEMENT
HCR1007 TO RECOGNIZE JANUARY 22 AS THE DAY OF TEARS IN ARKANSAS. Wooten
HOUSE RULES
HB1045 TO DEFINE "CIGARETTE PAPER" FOR PURPOSES OF THE EXCISE TAXES LEVIED ON CIGARETTE PAPER. Jett
HB1066 TO ESTABLISH A BEER DIRECT SHIPPER PERMIT. Pilkington
HB1148 TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING CALLING A LOCAL OPTION ELECTION IN A COUNTY; TO AUTHORIZE A TERRITORIAL SUBDIVISION TO CONDUCT A LOCAL OPTION ELECTION; AND TO AMEND PORTIONS OF THE LAW RESULTING FROM INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1942. Cavenaugh
HB1161 TO AUTHORIZE A MICROBREWERY-RESTAURANT PRIVATE CLUB TO SELL BEVERAGES MANUFACTURED BY THE PRIVATE CLUB DIRECTLY TO OTHER PERMIT HOLDERS; AND TO AMEND PORTIONS OF THE LAW RESULTING FROM INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1942. Maddox
HB1163 TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING PRIVATE CLUBS; AND TO ALLOW PRIVATE CLUBS TO PURCHASE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FROM WHOLESALERS. Maddox
HR1003 TO AMEND THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-THIRD GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Pilkington
HR1006 TO ADOPT RULES OF PROCEDURE FOR COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-THIRD GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS. Shepherd
INSURANCE & COMMERCE- HOUSE
HB1012 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS PAWNBROKER ACT; TO REGULATE THE SALE OF CATALYTIC CONVERTERS TO PAWNBROKERS; AND TO REQUIRE ADDITIONS TO REPORTS MAINTAINED BY AUTO PART DEALERS. Rye
HB1027 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE SALE AND REMOVAL PROCEDURE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY FROM A SELF-SERVICE STORAGE FACILITY. Cavenaugh
HB1055 TO ESTABLISH THE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE CORPORATION SELF-REGULATION ACT OF 2021. L. Fite
HB1064 TO PROMOTE PRICE TRANSPARENCY IN REIMBURSEMENT OF HOSPITALS BY INSURERS; TO ESTABLISH THE DISCLOSURE OF REIMBURSEMENT RATES FOR HOSPITALS ACT; AND TO REQUIRE DISCLOSURE BY AN INSURER OF REIMBURSEMENT RATES FOR HOSPITALS. Pilkington
HB1156 TO ENHANCE THE 911 SYSTEM IN ARKANSAS; TO MODIFY THE DISTRIBUTION OF MONEYS IN THE ARKANSAS HIGH COST FUND; AND TO MODIFY THE DISTRIBUTION OF MONEYS IN THE ARKANSAS 911 RURAL ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM FUND. Ladyman
HB1165 TO AMEND THE EXEMPTIONS TO THE REAL ESTATE LICENSE LAW. Vaught
HB1201 TO MODIFY THE PROCEDURE FOR COLLECTION OF SURCHARGES TO FUND THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT FUND. J. Mayberry
JUDICIARY COMMITTEE- HOUSE
HB1004 PROHIBITING A PERSON REQUIRED TO REGISTER AS A SEX OFFENDER FROM ENTERING CERTAIN LOCATIONS DESIGNED FOR PUBLIC AQUATIC ACTIVITIES. Fortner
HB1005 TO ESTABLISH THE SUPPORTED DECISION-MAKING AGREEMENT ACT. J. Mayberry
HB1006 TO CREATE THE PARENT-CHILD INTRASTATE RELOCATION ACT. Lowery
HB1007 TO BE KNOWN AS THE "LAW ENFORCEMENT INTEGRITY ACT OF 2021". Love
HB1014 TO PROHIBIT AND PENALIZE THE DESECRATION OF THE UNITED STATES FLAG. Rye
HB1015 CONCERNING THE DAMAGE TO OR DESTRUCTION OF A PUBLIC MONUMENT OR OBJECT OF PUBLIC RESPECT; AND CONCERNING PUBLIC MONUMENTS AND OBJECTS OF PUBLIC RESPECT ON THE GROUNDS OF THE STATE CAPITOL. Rye
HB1019 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CIVIL EVICTION PROCESS; TO CREATE AN EVICTION PROCESS FOR FAILURE TO PAY RENT. Rye
HB1020 CREATING A SENTENCE ENHANCEMENT FOR CERTAIN OFFENSES COMMITTED AGAINST A PERSON DUE TO THE PERSON'S ATTRIBUTES; AND TO REQUIRE AN ANNUAL REPORT CONCERNING THE COMMISSION OF HATE CRIMES IN ARKANSAS. Love
HB1024 CONCERNING THE THREAT OF OR ACTUAL INTRODUCTION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE INTO THE BODY OF A PREGNANT WOMAN. Watson
HB1062 TO INCREASE THE LOOKBACK PERIOD FOR PRIOR CONVICTIONS OF BOATING OR DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED FOR THE PURPOSE OF SENTENCE ENHANCEMENT. L. Fite
HB1098 TO RESTRICT THE CIRCUMSTANCES UNDER WHICH A SEX OFFENDER MAY BE PERMITTED ON OR NEAR THE PREMISES OF A CHILDCARE FACILITY; AND TO REQUIRE NOTICE TO CERTAIN PERSONS WHEN A SEX OFFENDER IS ON THE PREMISES OF A CHILDCARE FACILITY. Wooten
HB1100 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING INDIVIDUALS LISTED AS MANDATED REPORTERS UNDER THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT. Evans
HB1111 CONCERNING THE RECOGNITION OF ANOTHER STATE'S LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN. Cloud
HB1114 CONCERNING THE SUPERVISION FEE FOR PROBATION AND PAROLE. Wardlaw
HB1159 PROHIBITING A FEDERAL, STATE, OR LOCAL OFFICEHOLDER OR A DECLARED CANDIDATE FOR A FEDERAL, STATE, OR LOCAL OFFICE FROM PARTICIPATING ON A JURY; AND TO PERMIT CERTAIN OLDER ARKANSANS TO DECLINE JURY SERVICE. S. Meeks
HB1162 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING BENEFICIARY DEEDS; AND TO PROHIBIT THE RECOVERY OF BENEFITS AGAINST AN INTEREST ACQUIRED FROM A DECEASED RECIPIENT BY A GRANTEE OF A BENEFICIARY DEED IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES. Maddox
HB1184 CONCERNING THE DRAWING OF A PERSON'S BLOOD WHEN A PERSON WAS OPERATING OR IN ACTUAL PHYSICAL CONTROL OF A MOTORBOAT OR MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED. Dalby
HB1204 CONCERNING PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN A CERTIFIED PEER SUPPORT MEMBER AND AN EMERGENCY RESPONDER. Tosh
HB1213 CONCERNING INDIGENT PERSONS AND THE USE OF A PUBLIC DEFENDER. Maddox
SB24 CONCERNING THE DEFENSE OF A PERSON WITH THE USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE OR DEADLY PHYSICAL FORCE. B. Ballinger
PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR COMMITTEE- HOUSE
HB1003 AN ACT TO AMEND AND UPDATE THE LAWS REGARDING INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING; TO ENSURE RESPECTFUL LANGUAGE IS USED REGARDING INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING; AND TO REMOVE FROM THE TERM "HEARING IMPAIRED". C. Fite
HB1016 ALEX'S LAW: TO IMPROVE RESIDENTIAL SWIMMING POOL SAFETY TO PREVENT CHILD DROWNINGS. Rye
HB1061 TO CREATE THE NO PATIENT LEFT ALONE ACT; CONCERNING VISITATION RIGHTS OF PATIENTS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. J. Mayberry
HB1063 TO AMEND THE TELEMEDICINE ACT; AND TO AUTHORIZE ADDITIONAL REIMBURSEMENT FOR TELEMEDICINE VIA TELEPHONE. Pilkington
HB1067 TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS BREAST MILK BANK; AND TO CREATE THE BREAST MILK BANK SPECIAL FUND. Pilkington
HB1068 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. Pilkington
HB1069 TO AMEND THE PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE PRACTICE OF PHARMACY; AND TO AUTHORIZE PHARMACISTS TO PROVIDE ACCESS TO AND ADMINISTRATION OF ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES. Pilkington
HB1116 TO ESTABLISH SIMON'S LAW; AND TO CLARIFY THE REQUIREMENT FOR PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN CONSENT FOR END-OF-LIFE MEDICAL PROCEDURES FOR MINORS. Dotson
HB1118 TO PROVIDE THAT SALES BY A COTTAGE FOOD PRODUCTION OPERATION THROUGH THE INTERNET ARE EXEMPT FROM THE DEFINITION OF "FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT". Dotson
HB1134 TO ALLOW PHARMACISTS TO PRESCRIBE, ADMINISTER, DELIVER, DISTRIBUTE, OR DISPENSE VACCINES, IMMUNIZATIONS, AND ANTI-ALLERGY MEDICATIONS TO TREAT ADVERSE REACTIONS TO ADMINISTERED VACCINES. Boyd
HB1135 TO AUTHORIZE PHARMACY TECHNICIANS TO ADMINISTER VACCINES AND IMMUNIZATIONS. Boyd
HB1136 TO REQUIRE HEPATITIS C SCREENING DURING PREGNANCY. Boyd
HB1137 TO PROHIBIT THE PERFORMANCE OF A PELVIC EXAMINATION ON AN UNCONSCIOUS OR ANESTHETIZED PATIENT WITHOUT THE PRIOR CONSENT OF THE PATIENT. Vaught
HB1140 TO MODIFY THE LAW CONCERNING EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Vaught
HB1141 TO AMEND THE CEMETERY ACT FOR PERPETUALLY MAINTAINED CEMETERIES. Vaught
HB1152 TO CREATE GABO'S LAW; TO ALLOW FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE TO BE PROVIDED TO INJURED POLICE DOGS; AND TO PROVIDE IMMUNITY. Gazaway
HB1154 TO AMEND AND UPDATE THE ARKANSAS CODE REGARDING REGULATION OF IONIZING RADIATION TO COMPLY WITH FEDERAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS. Ladyman
HB1155 TO REMOVE BARRIERS TO THE RELEASE OF DATA IN THE ARKANSAS CENTRAL CANCER REGISTRY TO QUALIFIED CANCER RESEARCHERS. Ladyman
HB1176 TO ENSURE THAT REIMBURSEMENT IN THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM FOR CERTAIN BEHAVIORAL AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES PROVIDED VIA TELEMEDICINE CONTINUES AFTER THE PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY CAUSED BY CORONAVIRUS 2019 (COVID-19). L. Johnson
HB1177 TO AUTHORIZE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES PERSONNEL TO ADMINISTER CERTAIN EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS TO A PATIENT WHO HAS A SPECIFIC HEALTH CONDITION. L. Johnson
HB1179 TO ADD AN ADDITIONAL PERMANENT DISQUALIFYING OFFENSE ON CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS. Gonzales
HB1180 TO SPECIFY A PROCESS OF REVIEW OF RULES REGARDING SCOPE OF PRACTICE OF HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS. Gonzales
HB1188 CONCERNING EXEMPTIONS TO THE PRIVATE SECURITY AGENCY, PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR, AND SCHOOL SECURITY LICENSING AND CREDENTIALING ACT. S. Meeks
HB1192 TO AMEND THE DIVISION OF WORKFORCE SERVICES LAW; AND TO AMEND AN EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF "EMPLOYMENT" WITHIN THE DIVISION OF WORKFORCE SERVICES LAW. M. Gray
HB1195 TO CREATE THE EVERY MOM MATTERS ACT; TO PROVIDE HEALTHCARE SUPPORT TO PREGNANT WOMEN IN ARKANSAS; AND TO STABILIZE FAMILIES AND REDUCE THE NUMBER OF ABORTIONS PERFORMED IN THE STATE. Dotson
HB1198 TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "PRACTICE OF CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHESIA" BY REMOVING SUPERVISION REQUIREMENTS. Penzo
HB1199 TO AMEND THE PROVISIONS CONCERNING CONTRACTS, REPORTS, AND RECORDS OF PEST CONTROL SERVICES. Penzo
HB1212 TO AMEND THE DIVISION OF WORKFORCE SERVICES LAW; AND CONCERNING THE NONCHARGE OF EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS FOR CERTAIN UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE CLAIMS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Ladyman
HB1215 TO GRANT FULL PRACTICE AUTHORITY TO CERTIFIED NURSE MIDWIVES. Bentley
HCR1003 TO TERMINATE THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND DISASTER EMERGENCY AND DECLARATION OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AS A DISASTER AREA UNDER EXECUTIVE ORDER 20-37 AND EXECUTIVE ORDER 20-51. Gonzales
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION- HOUSE
HB1022 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING WHEN LIGHTED LAMPS ARE REQUIRED ON CERTAIN TYPES OF VEHICLES AND VESSELS. C. Fite
HB1115 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE WEIGHT THRESHOLD FOR COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLES. Wardlaw
REVENUE & TAXATION- HOUSE
HB1010 TO AMEND THE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR SALES OF CERTAIN AIRCRAFT. Jett
HB1011 TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX IMPOSED ON INDIVIDUALS, TRUSTS, AND ESTATES; AND TO REDUCE THE INCOME TAX IMPOSED ON LOW-INCOME TAXPAYERS. Jett
HB1023 TO AMEND THE SALES TAX LAWS CONCERNING SPECIAL EVENTS; AND TO EXCLUDE CERTAIN SCHOOL FUNDRAISERS FROM THE SALES TAX LAWS REGULATING SPECIAL EVENTS. Lowery
HB1026 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. Cavenaugh
HB1030 TO PREVENT UNEXPECTED REDUCTIONS IN REVENUES FROM THE WHOLESALE SALES TAXES ON MOTOR FUEL AND DISTILLATE SPECIAL FUEL BY AMENDING THE LAW CONCERNING THE CALCULATION OF THE WHOLESALE SALES TAXES. Jett
HB1031 TO REQUIRE THE ELECTRONIC FILING OF INCOME TAX RETURNS BY TAX PRACTITIONERS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING TAX PRACTITIONERS. Jett
HB1032 TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX ACT OF 1929 TO ALLOW A TAXPAYER RECEIVING MILITARY RETIREMENT OR SURVIVOR BENEFITS TO RECEIVE THE FULL AMOUNT OF THE INCOME TAX EXEMPTION FOR RETIREMENT BENEFITS. Jett
HB1033 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. Jett
HB1034 TO AMEND THE EXCEPTIONS TO THE PROHIBITION AGAINST THE DISCLOSURE OF TAXPAYER INFORMATION; AND TO DESIGNATE THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION AS THE OFFICIAL CUSTODIAN OF CERTAIN RECORDS. Jett
HB1035 TO ADOPT RECENT CHANGES TO THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE. Jett
HB1037 TO AUTHORIZE THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION TO REQUIRE A BOND FOR A TAXPAYER THAT OWES DELINQUENT SALES AND USE TAX AND TO DISCLOSE DELINQUENT SALES AND USE TAX INFORMATION TO BONDING COMPANIES. Jett
HB1038 TO CLARIFY THAT SALES TAX IS REQUIRED TO BE COLLECTED AND REMITTED ON DELIVERY CHARGES FOR SALES BY A MARKETPLACE FACILITATOR. Jett
HB1039 TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "EMPLOYER" UNDER THE ARKANSAS INCOME TAX WITHHOLDING ACT OF 1965. Jett
HB1040 TO AMEND THE SALES TAX EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN VESSELS; AND TO PROVIDE A DEFINITION OF "VESSEL" FOR PURPOSES OF THE SALES TAX EXEMPTION. Jett
HB1041 TO AUTHORIZE THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION TO WAIVE THE CERTIFICATE OF INDEBTEDNESS FILING FEES IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES. Jett
HB1042 TO REPEAL THE LONG-TERM RENTAL VEHICLE TAX. Jett
HB1043 TO AUTHORIZE THE WAIVER OF CERTAIN AD VALOREM TAXES ON UTILITIES AND CARRIERS; AND TO CREATE A STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ON THE COLLECTION OF CERTAIN AD VALOREM TAXES ON UTILITIES AND CARRIERS. Jett
HB1044 TO AUTHORIZE THE ESTIMATED ASSESSMENT OF TAX IF A TAXPAYER FAILS OR REFUSES TO PROVIDE RECORDS. Jett
HB1046 TO CLARIFY THE ABILITY OF LEGAL COUNSEL FOR THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION TO REQUEST REVISION OF A HEARING OFFICER'S DECISION. Jett
HB1047 TO CLARIFY THAT A TAXPAYER'S AGENT MAY FILE A PROTEST ON BEHALF OF A TAXPAYER IF THE TAXPAYER PRODUCES A PROPERLY EXECUTED POWER OF ATTORNEY AT THE TIME OF THE FILING. Jett
HB1048 TO AUTHORIZE THE OFFSET OF A TAX REFUND TOWARD A TAX DELINQUENCY WHEN A FINAL ASSESSMENT OF TAX HAS BEEN ISSUED. Jett
HB1049 TO ALLOW THE WITHHOLDING OF STATE INCOME TAX FROM UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BENEFITS AND UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS. Jett
HB1050 TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES REQUIRED TO MANDATE THE ELECTRONIC FILING OF ANNUAL WITHHOLDING STATEMENTS. Jett
HB1054 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. Beck
HB1060 CONCERNING THE TAX TREATMENT OF FORGIVABLE SMALL BUSINESS LOANS AND EXPENSES RELATED TO THE CORONAVIRUS 2019 (COVID-19) CRISIS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. J. Mayberry
HB1065 TO EXEMPT FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCTS FROM SALES AND USE TAX. Pilkington
HB1109 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DEPOSIT OF FUNDS BY THE UNCLAIMED PROPERTY ACT. Eubanks
HB1117 CONCERNING THE DIVISION OF CORRECTION INMATE FARM FUND. Wardlaw
HB1157 TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF THE INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR A TEACHER’S QUALIFIED CLASSROOM INVESTMENT EXPENSE. Tollett
HB1158 CONCERNING THE PRISON CONSTRUCTION TRUST FUND; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. M. Gray
HB1160 TO INCREASE THE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR A USED MOTOR VEHICLE; AND TO ELIMINATE THE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN MOTOR VEHICLES, TRAILERS, AND SEMITRAILERS. Payton
HB1190 TO AMEND THE INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX LAWS; AND TO PROVIDE A COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENT FOR THE STANDARD DEDUCTION. Ray
HB1191 TO AMEND THE STANDARD DEDUCTION FOR INCOME TAX PURPOSES; AND TO INCREASE THE STANDARD DEDUCTION. Ray
HB1196 TO PROVIDE A SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR WATER USED BY A POULTRY FARM; AND TO REQUIRE THE ADOPTION OF RELATED RULES. Christiansen
HB1209 TO CREATE THE ELECTIVE PASS-THROUGH ENTITY TAX ACT; TO IMPOSE A TAX ON PASS-THROUGH ENTITIES; AND TO EXCLUDE CERTAIN INCOME FROM GROSS INCOME FOR PASS-THROUGH ENTITIES. Jett
STATE AGENCIES & GOVT'L AFFAIRS- HOUSE
HB1017 CONCERNING DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME; AND TO ADOPT DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME PERMANENTLY. Rye
HB1051 CONCERNING ADVERTISING FOR LICENSEES REGULATED UNDER THE PRIVATE SECURITY AGENCY, PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR, AND SCHOOL SECURITY LICENSING AND CREDENTIAL ACT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Eubanks
HB1052 TO PROVIDE FOR THE CREATION OF A REGULATORY DIVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION AND THE APPOINTMENT OF A REGULATORY ADMINISTRATOR OF THE REGULATORY DIVISION. Dotson
HB1053 TO ALLOW THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION TO APPOINT THE DIRECTOR OF THE ASSESSMENT COORDINATION DIVISION AND TO STATE THAT THE APPOINTEE MEETS THE LEGAL QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION. Dotson
HB1056 TO AMEND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; TO ALLOW ELECTRONIC PUBLIC MEETINGS DURING A DECLARED STATE EMERGENCY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. L. Fite
HB1112 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING VOTER IDENTIFICATION; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING VERIFICATION OF PROVISIONAL BALLOTS; AND TO AMEND AMENDMENT 51 OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION. Lowery
HB1120 CONCERNING CRIMINAL DETENTION FACILITIES REVIEW COMMITTEES. Slape
HB1121 AN ACT TO CREATE CONSISTENT LANGUAGE FOR ALL STATE ENTITIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION STATE DEPARTMENTS, AGENCIES, BOARDS, AND COMMISSIONS, REGARDING THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT HIRING PROGRAM; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Dotson
HB1153 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS EMERGENCY SERVICES ACT OF 1973 CONCERNING THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT. Ladyman
HB1168 TO CLARIFY THAT GUIDELINES OF THE ASSESSMENT COORDINATION DIVISION ARE SUBJECT TO THE ARKANSAS ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT AND ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 92. Vaught
HB1189 TO AMEND THE REGULAR SALARY PROCEDURES AND RESTRICTIONS ACT; AND TO ELIMINATE ADDITIONAL SALARY PAYMENTS TO CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT SECRETARIES. Cavenaugh
HB1202 TO AMEND ELECTION LAWS; TO AMEND PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTIONS; AND TO REQUIRE PUBLICATION OF SAMPLE BALLOTS ON AN INTERNET SITE. A. Collins
HB1203 TO REPEAL CONFEDERATE FLAG DAY. A. Collins
HB1211 TO REQUIRE THAT RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ARE PROTECTED DURING AN EMERGENCY; TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Bentley
HB1214 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS EMERGENCY SERVICES ACT OF 1973 CONCERNING FUNDING. Wardlaw
HB1216 TO REVISE CERTAIN ARKANSAS LAWS APPLICABLE TO ADMINISTRATIVE RULES TO ALLOW FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CODE OF ARKANSAS RULES. Dotson
HB1217 CONCERNING THE EXTENSION AND REPEAL OF ADMINISTRATIVE RULES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Dotson
HCR1004 CONCERNING THE CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY VESTED IN THE PEOPLE, THE STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. Bentley
HJR1001 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION AUTHORIZING THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO CONVENE ITSELF IN EXTRAORDINARY SESSION. Cavenaugh
HJR1002 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION PROVDIING WHEN AN ANNUAL AD VALOREM TAX FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF SCHOOLS AND THE RETIREMENT OF INDEBTEDNESS SHALL BE CONSIDERED AT THE ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION. Tollett