Bills in House Committees


Bill Number Bill Subtitle Sponsor
AGING, CHILDREN AND YOUTH, LEGISLATIVE & MILITARY AFFAIRS- HOUSE
HB1237 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CUSTODY OF A CHILD. Petty
HB1464 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING JURISDICTION OVER A PERSON SEEKING TO ADOPT A MINOR. Gazaway
HB1805 TO CREATE A COMMISSION ON THE PREVENTION OF ABUSE OF ELDERLY AND VULNERABLE ADULTS. Capp
HB1886 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS. Lundstrum
AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT- HOUSE
HB1560 TO ALLOW VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS TO ACCESS STATE PARKS AT NO COST. Pilkington
CITY, COUNTY & LOCAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE- HOUSE
HB1025 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE NUMBER OF VOTING CENTERS IN A CITY OF THE SECOND CLASS. Rye
HB1614 TO CREATE A BILL OF RIGHTS FOR MUNICIPAL FIREFIGHTERS. Hawks
HB1735 TO AMEND THE MUNICIPAL AID FUND; TO AMEND THE DISTRIBUTION OF REVENUES IN THE MUNICIPAL AID FUND; AND TO TAKE COMMUTER TRAFFIC INTO ACCOUNT IN DISTRIBUTING REVENUES IN THE MUNICIPAL AID FUND. A. Collins
HB1766 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING MUNICIPAL SEWER SYSTEMS. A. Collins
HB1926 TO ALLOW A MUNICIPALITY TO AFFIX A SECURITY CAMERA TO A UTILITY POLE LOCATED WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY. Richey
EDUCATION COMMITTEE- HOUSE
HB1003 TO AMEND THE ANTIBULLYING POLICY; TO REQUIRE ANTIBULLYING TRAINING; TO CREATE THE POSITIONS OF ANTIBULLYING SPECIALIST AND DISTRICT ANTIBULLYING COORDINATOR; AND TO ESTABLISH A WEEK OF KINDNESS. Gazaway
HB1015 TO REQUIRE AN ELECTIVE JOURNALISM COURSE TO BE OFFERED EACH SCHOOL YEAR AT A PUBLIC SCHOOL THAT SERVES STUDENTS IN GRADES NINE THROUGH TWELVE (9-12). J. Mayberry
HB1019 TO REQUIRE VIDEO CAMERAS IN CERTAIN CLASSROOMS UPON REQUEST. Sorvillo
HB1392 TO ALLOW FOR ALTERNATIVE COURSEWORK AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR AN INTERNSHIP OR EXTERNSHIP REQUIREMENT. Dalby
HB1397 TO EXPAND THE TYPE OF PLANNING TIME FOR WHICH A TEACHER MAY BE COMPENSATED IF THE TEACHER DOES NOT RECEIVE ALLOCATED PLANNING TIME. Cozart
HB1458 TO REQUIRE A LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT TO PARTNER WITH A LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY WITH JURISDICTION IN ORDER TO ENFORCE SCHOOL BUS SAFETY LAWS. Richey
HB1511 TO REQUIRE THAT NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE SUCCEED SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM. Lowery
HB1526 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PURCHASE OF SCHOOL BUSES. Cozart
HB1629 TO IMPROVE PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS' SAFETY, HEALTH, AND WELLNESS; AND TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE WITH RESPECT TO PUBLIC SCHOOL NURSES. J. Mayberry
HB1715 CONCERNING ALTERNATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FUNDING FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING JUVENILE OFFENDER EDUCATION IN AN ALTERNATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT. Murdock
HB1757 TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING TEACHING LICENSES. Godfrey
HB1779 TO REPEAL OUTDATED PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE WITH RESPECT TO THE EXISTENCE OF CERTAIN POSTSECONDARY VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL SCHOOLS, TECHNICAL INSTITUTES, AND COMPREHENSIVE LIFELONG LEARNING CENTERS. Penzo
HB1832 TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS THAT CURRENTLY PAY A CERTAIN STARTING SALARY FOR TEACHERS. Murdock
HB1862 TO AMEND THE LAW TO ALLOW A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO BE RETURNED TO LOCAL CONTROL UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES. A. Collins
HB1897 CONCERNING ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM. Burch
HB1903 TO REQUIRE THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO PRESENT THE STANDARDS FOR ACCREDITATION TO THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AT CERTAIN TIMES. J. Mayberry
HB1959 TO AWARD TO A CHILD WHOSE PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN IS A LICENSED TEACHER IN A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT IN ARKANSAS A DISCOUNTED TUITION RATE TO A STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN ARKANSAS. Perry
HOUSE JOURNAL; ENGROSSED AND ENROLLED BILLS
HB1205 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES TO AWARD AN ANNUAL COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENT UNDER THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. House
HB1311 TO AMEND PORTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE PERTAINING TO THE STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEMS. Warren
HB1312 TO MODIFY AND ADJUST THE BENEFITS FOR THE BENEFIT PARTICIPANTS OF THE ARKANSAS TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM. Warren
HB1313 TO AMEND PORTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE PERTAINING TO THE ARKANSAS TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM. Warren
HB1326 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE BENEFIT MULTIPLIER UNDER THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. House
HB1327 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE FINAL AVERAGE SALARY UNDER THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. House
HB1328 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CONTRIBUTION RATES UNDER THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. House
HB1329 TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 24 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. House
HB1344 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ELIGIBILITY FOR A DEPENDENT CHILD ANNUITY UNDER THE STATE POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. S. Smith
HB1348 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEM; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PUBLIC PENSIONS. M. Gray
HB1349 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS STATE HIGHWAY EMPLOYEE'S RETIREMENT SYSTEM. M. Gray
HB1350 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE STATE POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM. M. Gray
HB1351 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS LOCAL POLICE AND FIRE RETIREMENT SYSTEM. M. Gray
HB1353 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING LOCAL POLICE AND FIRE PENSION AND RELIEF FUNDS. M. Gray
HB1354 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING LOCAL PENSION AND TRUST FUNDS. M. Gray
HJR1005 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE DUTIES OF THE COMMISSIONER OF STATE LANDS, AUDITOR OF STATE, AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. Pilkington
HJR1011 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE NOMINATION AND ELECTION OF POLITICAL PARTY CANDIDATES. Pilkington
HJR1013 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE FISCAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Wardlaw
HJR1014 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE FUNDING FOR ARKANSAS HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENTS. Wardlaw
HJR1015 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE PROCESS FOR REFERRING MEASURES TO THE VOTERS FOR APPROVAL. Wardlaw
HJR1016 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE IMMUNITY OF THE STATE FROM SUIT UNDER ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 5, § 20. Wardlaw
HJR1017 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING TERM LIMITS FOR MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND SENATE. Wardlaw
HJR1025 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGES. Bentley
HJR1027 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING INITIATED ACTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS REFERRED TO THE VOTERS FOR APPROVAL. Dotson
HJR1028 AN AMENDMENT TO ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 73, CONCERNING TERM LIMITS FOR MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND THE SENATE. Dotson
HOUSE MANAGEMENT
HCR1017 TO CONGRATULATE THE MAGNOLIA HIGH SCHOOL PANTHERS BOYS SWIM TEAM FOR THEIR ACHIEVEMENTS. Jean
HR1031 TO CONGRATULATE THE LAKESIDE HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADING TEAM ON WINNING BACK-TO-BACK STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS. Warren
HOUSE RULES
HB1209 TO RENAME THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION; AND TO REASSIGN SUBJECT MATTER AMONG THE INTERIM COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES. A. Davis
HB1330 TO PROHIBIT A PUBLIC SERVANT FROM SOLICITING A GIFT OR COMPENSATION; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ETHICS OF THOSE IN PUBLIC SERVICE; AND TO AMEND A PORTION OF THE ARKANSAS CODE WHICH RESULTED FROM INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1988. House
HB1378 TO REQUIRE A CERTAIN PERCENTAGE OF LOTTERY PROCEEDS TO BE NET PROCEEDS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS. Dotson
HB1517 TO PROVIDE FOR AN ELECTION CONCERNING CASINO GAMING IN POPE COUNTY; AMENDING ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 100; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Cloud
HB1566 TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Sorvillo
HB1570 AN ACT TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING MICROBREWERY-RESTAURANTS; TO AUTHORIZE THE GOVERNING BODY IN A DRY AREA TO INITIATE THE PERMITTING PROCESS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW RESULTING FROM INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1942. Hawks
HB1652 TO CLARIFY LEGISLATIVE PROCEDURE PERTAINING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SUBPOENAS AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF OATHS. Wardlaw
HB1760 TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING CALLING OF 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
HB1774 TO ALLOW RETAIL OFF-PREMISES CONSUMPTION SALES OF MALT BEVERAGE AT GROCERY STORES; AND TO AMEND THE GROCERY STORE WINE PERMIT. Rushing
HB1787 REGULATE THE SALE AND TAXATION OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS, E-LIQUID PRODUCTS, AND VAPOR PRODUCTS; TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS TOBACCO PRODUCTS TAX ACT OF 1977; AND TO CREATE A TAX ON E-LIQUID PRODUCTS AND VAPOR PRODUCTS. L. Johnson
HB1819 TO AMEND THE DIRECT SHIPMENT OF VINOUS LIQUOR ACT; AND TO ESTABLISH A WINE DIRECT SHIPPER PERMIT. Rushing
HB1912 TO AMEND THE DEFINITIONS OF "MULTIDRAW SCREEN-BASED LOTTERY GAME" AND "VIDEO LOTTERY" UNDER THE ARKANSAS SCHOLARSHIP LOTTERY ACT. G. Hodges
HR1005 TO AMEND THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY. A. Davis
HR1035 TO AMEND THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Gates
HR1041 TO AMEND THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Dotson
HR1048 TO AMEND THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Jean
HR1074 TO AMEND THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NINETY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Della Rosa
INSURANCE & COMMERCE- HOUSE
HB1027 TO REQUIRE AN INSURER TO PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR ADEQUATE TRANSPORTATION REIMBURSEMENT UNTIL AN INSURED'S DAMAGED MOTOR VEHICLE IS REPAIRED. Rye
HB1068 TO REPEAL THE ABILITY TO ENFORCE A COVENANT NOT TO COMPETE AGREEMENT. Evans
HB1103 TO REPEAL THE ARKANSAS HEALTHCARE TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE ACT OF 2015; AND TO REPEAL THE ARKANSAS HEALTHCARE TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE FUND. Sullivan
HB1271 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF A REAL ESTATE LICENSING COURSE BY THE ARKANSAS REAL ESTATE COMMISSION. Rushing
HB1273 TO REQUIRE THE STATE AND PUBLIC SCHOOL LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE BOARD TO REVIEW THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF RIDESHARING APPLICATIONS. Pilkington
HB1410 TO CLARIFY THE OBLIGATIONS OF RESIDENTIAL LANDLORDS AND RESIDENTIAL TENANTS; AND TO REQUIRE MINIMUM HABITABILITY STANDARDS FOR TENANTS OF RESIDENTIAL REAL PROPERTY. Gazaway
HB1462 CONCERNING DAMAGES IN A CIVIL ACTION INVOLVING A DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICE. Gazaway
HB1704 TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS STATE CONSUMER JUSTICE ENFORCEMENT ACT; AND TO REGULATE STANDARD-FORM CONTRACTS. Gazaway
HB1742 TO ESTABLISH THE SHORT-TERM, LIMITED-DURATION INSURANCE ACT. Bentley
HB1924 CONCERNING ARKANSAS REAL ESTATE COMMISSION; TO REQUIRE A FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR A TWO-YEAR REAL ESTATE LICENSE; TO AMEND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS; AND TO REQUIRE SPECIFIC SUBJECTS OF CONTINUING EDUCATION. Dotson
JUDICIARY COMMITTEE- HOUSE
HB1029 AN ACT TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS HERITAGE PROTECTION ACT. Rye
HB1040 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS HOT CHECK LAW. Rushing
HB1059 CONCERNING THE USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE IN SELF-DEFENSE OR IN THE DEFENSE OF OTHERS. Pilkington
HB1114 TO CREATE THE PARENT-CHILD INTRASTATE RELOCATION ACT; TO PROVIDE FACTORS FOR A COURT TO CONSIDER WHEN DETERMINING WHETHER OR NOT A CHANGE OF A CHILD’S PRINCIPAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE IS IN THE CHILD’S BEST INTEREST. Lowery
HB1279 TO AMEND THE OFFENSE OF SEXUALLY GROOMING A CHILD. Gazaway
HB1294 RESTORING PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION IN THE RESOLUTION OF DRIVING OR BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED CASES. Della Rosa
HB1450 CONCERNING THE ELIGIBILITY TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN BY A RETIRED CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. Wooten
HB1486 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CUSTODY OF A CHILD BORN OUTSIDE OF MARRIAGE. Gazaway
HB1494 CONCERNING THE IMPOSITION OF THE DEATH PENALTY ON A DEFENDANT WITH A SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS. V. Flowers
HB1520 CONCERNING THE LAST MEAL OF AN INMATE SENTENCED TO DEATH. Petty
HB1613 CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF BATTERY IN THE SECOND DEGREE. L. Johnson
HB1635 CONCERNING AN INCREASE IN THE SENTENCING RANGE FOR REPEAT FELONY SEX OFFENDERS; CONCERNING SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS; AND CONCERNING SEX OFFENSES AND SEX OFFENDERS. Petty
HB1680 CONCERNING THE DEFINITION OF "TARGET GROUP" AS IT APPLIES TO COMMUNITY CORRECTION. Gazaway
HB1694 TO ELIMINATE GUN-FREE ZONES; AND TO REPEAL LAWS IN CONFLICT. Womack
HB1705 TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN THE INTEGRITY OF JUDICIAL ELECTIONS; AND TO REQUIRE ADDITIONAL REPORTING AND TRANSPARENCY OF INDEPENDENT EXPENDITURES IN RELATED CAMPAIGNS. Gazaway
HB1756 CONCERNING THE WAIVER OF COUNSEL BY MINORS IN CRIMINAL COURT. Clowney
HB1788 THE BAIL DATA AND TRANSPARENCY ACT. A. Collins
HB1834 TO PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION OR PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT BY STATE AND OTHER PUBLIC ENTITIES. Sullivan
HB1843 CONCERNING A MEMBER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND THE SCOPE OF WHERE A MEMBER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY CARRY AND POSSESS A HANDGUN. Gates
HB1844 CONCERNING WHAT CONSTITUTES CRIMINALLY INJURIOUS CONDUCT UNDER THE ARKANSAS CRIME VICTIMS REPARATIONS ACT. Gates
HB1891 TO ALLOW THE DIVERSION OF CERTAIN JUVENILE OFFENSES. Scott
HB1898 CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF DISORDERLY CONDUCT; TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF AGGRAVATED DISORDERLY CONDUCT; AND TO PROVIDE FOR INJUNCTIVE RELIEF. L. Johnson
HB1919 CONCERNING THE USE OF INSTRUMENTS OF RESTRAINT ON INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE UNDER EIGHTEEN (18) YEARS OF AGE DURING A COURT APPEARANCE. Scott
HB1938 GRANTING A PUBLIC COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY THE ABILITY TO DETERMINE IF POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN ON THE CAMPUS OF THE PUBLIC COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY BY A PERSON IS PERMITTED; AND TO MAKE ORGANIZATIONAL AND TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS. D. Garner
HB1939 TO ESTABLISH UNIVERSAL BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR THE PURPOSES OF PURCHASING, RECEIVING, OR TRANSFERRING A FIREARM. D. Garner
HB1940 REQUIRING THE USE OF A RESTRAINT HOLSTER FOR A PERSON WHO CARRIES A HANDGUN. D. Garner
HB1971 CONCERNING DISTRICT COURTS; AND CONCERNING THE DISTRICT COURTS OF THE THIRTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Beck
HB1972 CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA. Blake
PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR COMMITTEE- HOUSE
HB1060 TO ESTABLISH AND REQUIRE CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING, AND REFRIGERATION LICENSEES. Lynch
HB1102 TO ADDRESS THE UNDERSERVED STATUS OF A COUNTY AS A REQUIREMENT FOR LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION OF CERTAIN PROVIDERS. Sullivan
HB1164 TO AUTHORIZE A PHARMACIST TO DISPENSE ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION. Pilkington
HB1232 TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING AUTHORIZED PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS OF UNION DUES FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES TO ALLOW DEDUCTIONS ONLY FOR FIREFIGHTERS, POLICE OFFICERS, AND EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONDERS; AND TO PROHIBIT DEDUCTIONS FOR TEACHERS. Lowery
HB1265 TO AUTHORIZE FULL INDEPENDENT PRACTICE AUTHORITY TO ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSES WHO MEET CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS. M. Gray
HB1274 TO AUTHORIZE AN ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSE WHO HAS SERVED A RURAL COMMUNITY TO PRACTICE WITHOUT A COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE AGREEMENT. Pilkington
HB1275 TO CREATE THE COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER ACT. Richey
HB1282 TO REMOVE THE REQUIREMENT FOR A MANDATORY COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE AGREEMENT FOR AN ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSE TO HAVE PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY. Lundstrum
HB1283 TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "PRACTICE OF CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHESIA"; TO CLARIFY THE SCOPE OF PRACTICE OF A CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHETIST; AND TO REMOVE SUPERVISION REQUIREMENTS. Gonzales
HB1284 TO AUTHORIZE THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM TO RECOGNIZE AN ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSE AS A PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER. Gonzales
HB1289 TO CREATE THE MEDICAL CONSCIENCE PROTECTION ACT. B. Smith
HB1323 TO REQUIRE THE OFFICE OF LONG-TERM CARE NOT TO ADOPT RULES OR STANDARDS THAT ARE STRICTER THAN THE FEDERAL MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFIED NURSING AIDES OR ASSISTANTS AND CERTIFIED NURSING AIDE OR ASSISTANT INSTRUCTORS. D. Douglas
HB1334 TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF PERSONS SERVED UNDER THE ASSISTED LIVING PROGRAM; TO REMOVE A LIMITATION ON THE NUMBER OF PERSONS SERVED AT A TIME IN THE ASSISTED LIVING PROGRAM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Maddox
HB1451 TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING THE SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM; AND TO EXCLUDE CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS FROM GROSS INCOME USED FOR ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION. A. Collins
HB1528 TO INCREASE THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM BENEFIT LIMIT FOR DRUG TESTING AND X-RAYS. Womack
HB1536 TO CREATE THE COMPASSIONATE CARE END-OF-LIFE OPTION ACT; AND TO EXEMPT THE COMPASSIONATE CARE END-OF-LIFE OPTION ACT FROM THE DEFINITION OF "PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE". D. Douglas
HB1642 TO AMEND THE LAWS REGARDING COSMETOLOGY AND OTHER RELATED OCCUPATIONS; AND TO REMOVE THE CERTIFICATION FOR NATURAL HAIR BRAIDING. Warren
HB1649 TO PROVIDE FOR OPPORTUNITIES FOR PATIENT CHOICE AND PROMOTE QUALITY OF CARE AS A REQUIREMENT FOR LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION OF CERTAIN PROVIDERS. Sullivan
HB1650 TO AMEND CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW THAT RESULTED FROM INITIATED ACT NO. 4 OF 1948; AND TO REVISE THIRD-PARTY LIABILITY IN THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW. Ladyman
HB1696 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CLEAN INDOOR AIR ACT OF 2006; AND TO ALLOW PRIVATELY OWNED BUSINESSES THE OPTION TO PROHIBIT SMOKING. Gonzales
HB1743 TO PROMOTE THE PURCHASE OF HEALTHY PRODUCTS WITH SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM BENEFITS. Bentley
HB1771 TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS LITTER REDUCTION AND DEPOSIT BEVERAGE CONTAINER RECYCLING ACT; TO REQUIRE THE LABELING OF DEPOSIT BEVERAGE CONTAINERS SOLD IN ARKANSAS; TO ESTABLISH THE DEPOSIT BEVERAGE CONTAINER RECYCLING PROGRAM. V. Flowers
HB1806 TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS EQUAL PAY ACT OF 2019. McCullough
HB1823 TO REQUIRE EMPLOYEES OF FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS TO BE IMMUNIZED OR VACCINATED AGAINST HEPATITIS A FOR THE PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY, AND WELFARE OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS. Ladyman
HB1840 TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF PERSONS SERVED UNDER THE ASSISTED LIVING PROGRAM TO ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED FIFTY (1,550); TO REMOVE THE LIMIT ON THE NUMBER OF PERSONS SERVED AT A TIME IN THE PROGRAM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. D. Douglas
HB1857 TO INCREASE THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM BENEFIT LIMIT FOR DIAGNOSTIC TESTING. Womack
HB1864 TO AMEND THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION TRANSPARENCY ACT; TO PROHIBIT PRIOR AUTHORIZATION FOR MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. D. Ferguson
HB1882 TO INCREASE ANNUAL FEES FOR ISSUANCE OF LICENSURE FOR CERTAIN HEALTHCARE FACILITIES LICENSED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. L. Johnson
HB1923 TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID WORKFORCE ACT OF 2019. McCollum
HB1929 TO CREATE THE MEDICAID EXPANSION EFFICIENCY ACT OF 2019; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Miller
HB1946 TO REQUIRE REPORTING OF CERTAIN EVENTS RELATED TO OFFICE-BASED SURGERY. D. Ferguson
HB1948 TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING SOLID WASTE LICENSING FOR IMPROVED OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY, MODERNIZATION, AND FLEXIBILITY CONSISTENT WITH TRANSFORMATION GOALS; AND TO CREATE THE SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING LICENSING ACT. Perry
HB1951 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS HEALTHCARE DECISIONS ACT. M. Gray
HB1952 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS PHYSICIAN ORDER FOR LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENT ACT. M. Gray
HB1966 TO REINSTATE COVERAGE IN THE ARKANSAS WORKS PROGRAM FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO LOST COVERAGE DUE TO FAILURE TO MEET THE WORK REQUIREMENTS; TO NOTIFY INDIVIDUALS OF THE FEDERAL COURT DECISION; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Collins
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION- HOUSE
HB1073 CONCERNING FORMER MILITARY VEHICLES; TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF A CERTIFICATE OF TITLE FOR A FORMER MILITARY VEHICLE. B. Smith
HB1211 TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE AND RENEWAL OF A GRAND LODGE OF ARKANSAS AND A PRINCE HALL GRAND LODGE OF ARKANSAS SPECIAL LICENSE PLATE; AND TO REPEAL AND REENACT THE LAW LIMITING THE CREATION OF SPECIAL INTEREST LICENSE PLATES. Rye
HB1370 TO AMEND THE LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS FOR ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE VEHICLES AND SERVICE EQUIPMENT. Fielding
HB1445 TO AUTHORIZE THE OPERATION OF ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES ON DESIGNATED STREETS AND ROADS; AND TO CREATE THE ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE OFF-ROAD TRAIL FUND. Pilkington
HB1793 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING LIEN PRIORITY FOR VEHICLE REPAIRMEN. Rushing
HB1795 TO ALLOW FOR SALES AND USE TAX ON ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES TO BE PAID AT THE TIME OF THE REGISTRATION OF THE ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES. Brown
HB1884 TO AMEND THE PERMANENT AUTOMOBILE LICENSING ACT OF 1967; AND TO AUTHORIZE A CERTIFICATION OF NONOPERATION. Fortner
HB1916 TO PROMOTE THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY OF AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT VICTIM; AND TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT VICTIM PRIVACY SHIELD ACT. Perry
HB1973 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSION ACT TO COMPLY WITH FEDERAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS. McCollum
HB1974 CONCERNING THE TRANSFER OF A CERTIFICATE OF TITLE OF A VEHICLE SUBJECT TO A LIEN OR ENCUMBRANCE. McCollum
HR1028 TO REQUEST A SECTION OF HIGHWAY 22 BE DESIGNATED "TRUE GRIT TRAIL". Bentley
REVENUE & TAXATION- HOUSE
HB1002 TO REQUIRE CERTAIN OUT-OF-STATE SELLERS TO COLLECT AND REMIT ARKANSAS SALES AND USE TAX. D. Douglas
HB1024 TO DESIGNATE THE REVENUES DERIVED FROM TAXES COLLECTED ON THE SALES OF NEW AND USED MOTOR VEHICLES AS SPECIAL REVENUES; AND TO CLARIFY THAT THE REVENUES DERIVED FROM THE TAXES COLLECTED BY REMOTE SELLERS ARE GENERAL REVENUES. Rye
HB1031 TO PROVIDE INCOME TAX RELIEF FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WHO ARE BLIND OR DEAF, OR BOTH; AND TO EXTEND THE INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR CHILDREN WITH A DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY TO INCLUDE CHILDREN WHO ARE BLIND OR DEAF, OR BOTH. Rye
HB1034 TO INCREASE THE HOMESTEAD PROPERTY TAX CREDIT. Rye
HB1108 TO CREATE AN EXEMPTION FROM THE INCOME TAX FOR SERVICE PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF FOREIGN SERVICE PERSONNEL; AND TO REPEAL OBSOLETE PROVISIONS OF THE INCOME TAX LAWS. House
HB1260 TO DEDICATE REVENUES TO BE USED BY THE STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO IMPROVE, CONSTRUCT, AND MAINTAIN THE HIGHWAYS, ROADS, STREETS, AND BRIDGES IN THE STATE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. D. Douglas
HB1300 TO ELIMINATE THE INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR GAMBLING LOSSES; AND TO DEDICATE THE SAVINGS FROM THE ELIMINATION OF THE INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR GAMBLING LOSSES TO BE USED FOR HIGHWAYS AND ROADWAYS IN THE STATE. J. Mayberry
HB1418 TO CREATE THE WORKING FAMILIES TAX RELIEF ACT. McCullough
HB1434 TO REDUCE THE TAX BURDEN ON ALL ARKANSAS TAXPAYERS; TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX IMPOSED ON INDIVIDUALS, TRUSTS, AND ESTATES; TO ALLOW AN EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Love
HB1495 TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL REVENUE FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF HIGHWAYS, STREETS, AND BRIDGES IN THE STATE. Holcomb
HB1502 TO PROVIDE FUNDING FOR THE MAINTENANCE, IMPROVEMENT, AND CONSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAYS, ROADS, STREETS, AND BRIDGES IN THE STATE; AND TO LEVY A PRIVILEGE TAX ON CASINO GAMES. J. Mayberry
HB1532 TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN NEW BUSINESSES LOCATING IN THE STATE. Pilkington
HB1539 TO PROVIDE A SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR WATER USED BY A POULTRY FARM; AND TO REQUIRE THE ADOPTION OF RELATED RULES. Christiansen
HB1541 TO GRADUALLY DEDICATE THE SALES AND USE TAX REVENUE FROM THE SALES OF NEW AND USED VEHICLES FOR ROADWAY MAINTENANCE, CONSTRUCTION, AND RECONSTRUCTION; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. J. Mayberry
HB1604 TO PROVIDE FOR A PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN DISABLED OR DECEASED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS AND FIREFIGHTERS AND THEIR SURVIVING SPOUSES AND CHILDREN. Della Rosa
HB1653 TO ELIMINATE THE INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR GAMBLING LOSSES; AND TO DEDICATE THE SAVINGS FROM THE ELIMINATION OF THE INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR GAMBLING LOSSES TO BE USED FOR REDUCING THE DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WAITING LIST. J. Mayberry
HB1764 TO PROVIDE A SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR THE SALE OF USED TEXTBOOKS TO STUDENTS ENROLLED IN AN INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION. J. Mayberry
HB1772 TO AMEND THE SALES TAX LAWS CONCERNING SPECIAL EVENTS; AND TO EXCLUDE CERTAIN SCHOOL FUNDRAISERS FROM THE SALES TAX LAWS REGULATING SPECIAL EVENTS. Lowery
HB1830 TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX LAWS RELATING TO CERTAIN TRUSTS; TO PRESERVE CERTAIN TRUST ASSETS; AND TO EXEMPT CERTAIN TRUSTS FROM INCOME TAX. G. Hodges
HB1863 TO INCREASE THE HOMESTEAD PROPERTY TAX CREDIT; TO PROVIDE FOR A ONE-TIME TRANSFER FROM THE PROPERTY TAX RELIEF TRUST FUND TO THE COUNTY VOTING SYSTEM GRANT FUND; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. Rye
HB1870 TO ALLOW CERTAIN INDIVIDUALS TO ELECT TO PAY TAXES AT THE RATE IMPOSED IN A BORDERING STATE. Richey
HB1871 TO CREATE A SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR PARTS FOR AND REPAIR OF AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY. Richey
HB1921 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING NOTICE OF TAX ASSESSMENTS AND DETERMINATIONS; AND TO REQUIRE EVIDENCE OF ACTUAL NOTICE OF A TAX ASSESSMENT OR DETERMINATION IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES. Lundstrum
HB1925 TO PROVIDE FOR A CAP ON THE LOCAL SALES AND USE TAXES LEVIED AND COLLECTED ON SALES OF ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES. Brown
SB482 TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR THE PURCHASE OF AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE OR A HYBRID VEHICLE. Bond
SB571 TO PROVIDE FOR AN INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX REDUCTION; TO PROVIDE FUNDING FOR THE INCOME TAX REDUCTION THROUGH A TAX ON E-CIGARETTES; AND TO CREATE THE CIGARETTE TAX AND INCOME TAX REFORM STUDY. J. Hendren
STATE AGENCIES & GOVT'L AFFAIRS- HOUSE
HB1004 TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS VOTER INTEGRITY AND SECURITY ACT; TO REQUIRE AUTOMATIC VOTER REGISTRATION; TO AMEND ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 51; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ELECTIONS AND VOTING. Blake
HB1070 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1071 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIRS; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1072 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH; TO TRANSFER VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1115 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1116 AN ACT TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1117 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO TRANSFER VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES AND TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE; AND TO DECLARE AND EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1118 AN ACT TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, HERITAGE, AND TOURISM; TO TRANSFER VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES; TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1165 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF THE MILITARY; TO TRANSFER VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1166 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1215 AN ACT TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1216 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1272 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF TRANSFORMATION AND SHARED SERVICES; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1276 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DUTIES OF THE ARKANSAS REAL ESTATE COMMISSION. Rushing
HB1305 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND LICENSING; TO TRANSFER VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1360 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION; AND TO TRANSFER VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES. A. Davis
HB1361 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1371 TO CREATE THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019; TO ESTABLISH CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO ESTABLISH THE CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE; TO TRANSFER STATE ENTITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. A. Davis
HB1402 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DATES FOR CERTAIN SPECIAL ELECTIONS; AND TO PROMOTE VOTER TURNOUT. Gonzales
HB1487 CONCERNING THE STATE FLAG OF ARKANSAS; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE SYMBOLS WITHIN THE STATE FLAG OF ARKANSAS; AND TO REDESIGNATE A STAR TO COMMEMORATE THE NATIVE AMERICANS WHO FIRST INHABITED ARKANSAS. Blake
HB1530 TO COLLECT DATA CONCERNING THE USE OF SOLITARY CONFINEMENT OR SEGREGATION IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION. Gazaway
HB1531 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE NAMES PRINTED ON BALLOTS IN JUDICIAL ELECTIONS; AND TO ALLOW A PERSON WHO IS APPOINTED TO THE POSITION OF JUDGE TO USE THE TITLE OF "JUDGE" ON THE BALLOT FOR A SUBSEQUENT OFFICE. Speaks
HB1616 CONCERNING THE TRANSPORTATION OF STATE INMATES. Wardlaw
HB1667 TO REQUIRE THE SECRETARY OF STATE TO CREATE A PROGRAM TO EDUCATE ADMINISTRATORS OF LONG-TERM CARE OR RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES ABOUT CERTAIN ABSENTEE VOTING PROCEDURES. Brown
HB1736 CONCERNING THE STATE FLAG OF ARKANSAS; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE SYMBOLS ON THE STATE FLAG OF ARKANSAS; AND TO REDESIGNATE THE STARS ON THE STATE FLAG. Blake
HB1798 TO REPLACE THE ARKANSAS STATUES AT THE NATIONAL STATUARY HALL; TO PLACE A STATUE HONORING DAISY LEE GATSON BATES IN THE NATIONAL STATUARY HALL; TO PLACE A STATUE HONORING JOHN R. "JOHNNY" CASH IN THE NATIONAL STATUARY HALL. Wardlaw
HB1838 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE STATE ATHLETIC COMMISSION; AND TO WAIVE EVENT FEES. Hollowell
HB1869 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PROCUREMENT OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONSULTING SERVICES; AND TO PROHIBIT COMPETITIVE BIDDING FOR DRONE AERIAL DATA PROFESSIONAL SERVICES. B. Smith
HB1895 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS STATE FLAG; AND TO REMOVE THE EXPLANATION OF THE MEANING OF THE STARS. House
HB1976 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS PROCUREMENT LAW; AND TO PROVIDE CLARITY, EQUITY, AND CONSISTENCY IN THE PROCUREMENT LAWS. Gonzales
HB1977 TO TRANSFER THE ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS OF THE CRIME VICTIMS REPARATIONS BOARD; AND TO ALLOW THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION TO SUPPORT THE CRIME VICTIMS REPARATIONS BOARD. Petty
HB1983 TO MAKE TECHNICAL CHANGES CONCERNING THE INTERNAL AUDIT SECTION; AND TO CHANGE THE NAME OF THE INTERNAL AUDIT SECTION TO THE OFFICE OF INTERNAL AUDIT. Warren
HJR1001 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION REQUIRING THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO ESTABLISH BY LAW A REVISED ELECTION PROCESS. D. Douglas
HJR1002 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO ABOLISH THE FISCAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY; AND TO PROVIDE THAT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEET EVERY TWO (2) YEARS. D. Douglas
HJR1003 RESCINDING ALL APPLICATIONS MADE BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO CALL A CONVENTION UNDER UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE V. Della Rosa
HJR1006 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION PROVIDING THAT SUPREME COURT JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEALS JUDGES, CIRCUIT JUDGES, AND DISTRICT JUDGES SHALL BE ELECTED ON A PARTISAN BASIS. Lundstrum
HJR1007 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO PROHIBIT SLAVERY AND INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE. V. Flowers
HJR1009 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO REDUCE OR ELIMINATE THE TAXATION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. S. Meeks
HJR1010 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION. Dotson
HJR1012 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION RESTORING ARKANSAS TERM LIMITS. Warren
HJR1020 THE ARKANSAS TERM LIMITS AMENDMENT. Dotson
HJR1021 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A PROCESS FOR THE REMOVAL OF CERTAIN CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS. G. Hodges
HJR1022 A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PERMITTING LIMITS ON AWARDS OF PUNITIVE DAMAGES. Capp
HJR1023 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE REQUIREMENTS GOVERNING CIRCULATION, SUBMISSION, AND CHALLENGES TO THE SUFFICIENCY OF INITIATIVES AND CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Eubanks
HJR1024 CONCERNING THE PROCESS FOR CIRCULATING, SUBMITTING, AND CHALLENGING THE SUFFICIENCY OF INITIATED MEASURES UNDER ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 5, § 1, AND CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Eubanks
HJR1026 A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO BE KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS TERM LIMITS AMENDMENT". Dotson
HJR1029 A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO REQUIRE THAT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEET EACH YEAR IN A REGULAR SESSION. Sorvillo
HR1078 CONCERNING THE STATE FLAG; AND TO RECOMMEND A CHANGE TO THE SYMBOLIC DESIGNATION OF THE STARS ON THE STATE FLAG. A. Davis