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JUDICIARY COMMITTEE - SENATE


Archive of Bills Referred


Bill No.
Bill Subtitle
Sponsor
Friday, March 31, 2017
BILL: SB724
Sponsor: J. Dismang
CONCERNING POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN ON THE PREMISES AND ON THE GROUNDS OF A TEACHING HOSPITAL AND OTHER LOCATIONS; AND CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN AT A PRIVATE UNIVERSITY OR PRIVATE COLLEGE.
BILL: SB306
Sponsor: A. Clark
CONCERNING A NONCUSTODIAL PARENT'S UNSUPERVISED VISITATION WITH HIS OR HER CHILD; TO AMEND DEFINITIONS UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989; AND TO AMEND THE LAW ON PROBABLE CAUSE HEARINGS AND THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
Thursday, March 30, 2017
BILL: HB1268
Sponsor: Murdock
CONCERNING THE USE OF AN IGNITION INTERLOCK DEVICE.
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
BILL: SB550
Sponsor: T. Garner
TO PROTECT ACCESS TO PLACES OF EMPLOYMENT, RIGHTS OF WAY, PRIVATE REAL PROPERTY, AND PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
BILL: SB40
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND PROVISIONS IN THE JUVENILE CODE CONCERNING THE PLACEMENT OF JUVENILES.
BILL: HB1268
Sponsor: Murdock
CONCERNING THE USE OF AN IGNITION INTERLOCK DEVICE.
Monday, March 27, 2017
BILL: HB1886
Sponsor: Gazaway
TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 16 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1381
Sponsor: Gazaway
TO AMEND THE GROUNDS FOR DENYING PERMANENCY PLANS THAT PLACE JUVENILES IN THE CUSTODY OF A PARENT, GUARDIAN, OR CUSTODIAN.
BILL: HB2202
Sponsor: Tucker
CONCERNING THE NEW BUSINESS RULE AND THE ABILITY OF A BUSINESS TO RECOVER LOST PROFITS IN LITIGATION.
BILL: HB2116
Sponsor: Holcomb
TO PROTECT FREIGHT RAIL EMPLOYEES AND PUBLIC TRANSIT EMPLOYEES BY ENHANCING THE PENALTIES OF CERTAIN CRIMINAL OFFENSES.
BILL: HB2112
Sponsor: Walker
CONCERNING A PERSON WHO FAILS TO APPEAR OR FAILS TO PAY A FINE; CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF FAILURE TO APPEAR; AND CONCERNING COSTS, FINES, AND FEES ASSESSED TO A PERSON WHO IS INCARCERATED OR IN A HOSPITAL OR INPATIENT FACILITY.
BILL: HB2012
Sponsor: Vaught
CONCERNING THE POSTING OF BOND TO RELEASE A PERSON FROM JAIL; AND CONCERNING THE POSTING OF BOND BY A MINOR TO RELEASE A PERSON FROM JAIL.
BILL: HB1895
Sponsor: Gates
CONCERNING THE CONCEALED CARRY OF A HANDGUN BY A CONCEALED CARRY LICENSEE INSIDE A COURTHOUSE.
BILL: HB2113
Sponsor: Henderson
CONCERNING THE TESTING OF A FIREARM FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENTRY INTO THE NATIONAL INTEGRATED BALLISTIC INFORMATION NETWORK.
Thursday, March 23, 2017
BILL: HB1578
Sponsor: Hammer
CONCERNING OFFENSES INVOLVING INTERFERENCE WITH EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES PERSONNEL OR FIRST RESPONDERS; AND ESTABLISHING CIVIL LIABILITY.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
BILL: HB2253
Sponsor: Gazaway
REVISED UNIFORM FIDUCIARY ACCESS TO DIGITAL ASSETS ACT.
BILL: HB2104
Sponsor: V. Flowers
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE RIGHTS OF INCARCERATED PARENTS AND THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
BILL: HB1884
Sponsor: Gazaway
TO ADOPT THE UNIFORM UNSWORN FOREIGN DECLARATIONS ACT.
BILL: HB1973
Sponsor: D. Meeks
TO PROVIDE FOR THE RESUMPTION OF SERVICES FOR PARENTS WHOSE PARENTAL RIGHTS ARE TERMINATED; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE REINSTATEMENT OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
BILL: SB736
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE RIGHT OF A PARENT, CUSTODIAN, AND PUTATIVE PARENT TO HAVE COUNSEL DURING DEPENDENCY-NEGLECT AND TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS.
BILL: SB734
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS; AND CONCERNING THE PROCEDURE FOR THE REINSTATEMENT OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
BILL: HB2111
Sponsor: Dotson
CONCERNING THE DISCLOSURE OF THE PERSONAL INFORMATION IN AN INVESTIGATIVE FILE OF A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY OF A PERSON WHO WAS A MINOR AT THE TIME OF AN OFFENSE.
BILL: HB2094
Sponsor: House
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016; AND TO AUTHORIZE ACQUISITION OF SEEDS, CUTTINGS, CLONES, AND PLANTS BY A CULTIVATION FACILITY.
BILL: HB1922
Sponsor: D. Douglas
CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF AN OPEN CONTAINER CONTAINING AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE.
BILL: HB1873
Sponsor: L. Fite
TO AMEND THE OBLIGATIONS OF AN OPERATOR OF A VESSEL INVOLVED IN A COLLISION OR ACCIDENT; AND TO AMEND THE CRIMINAL PENALTIES.
BILL: HB1742
Sponsor: Rushing
CONCERNING A CIVIL ACTION INVOLVING A DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICE; AND TO DEFINE THE MEASURE OF DAMAGES IN A CASE INVOLVING A DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICE.
BILL: SB724
Sponsor: J. Dismang
CONCERNING POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN ON THE PREMISES AND ON THE GROUNDS OF A TEACHING HOSPITAL AND OTHER LOCATIONS; AND CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN AT A PRIVATE UNIVERSITY OR PRIVATE COLLEGE.
BILL: SB548
Sponsor: Files
CREATING THE ARKANSAS FALSE CLAIMS ACT; AND CONCERNING THE SUBMISSION OF FALSE CLAIMS TO THE STATE OR A LOCAL GOVERNMENT.
Monday, March 20, 2017
BILL: HB2248
Sponsor: Gazaway
TO AMEND THE IMPLIED CONSENT LAW IN RELATION TO THE OFFENSE OF DRIVING OR BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED.
BILL: HB2156
Sponsor: Shepherd
TO AMEND THE UNIFORM PARTITION OF HEIRS PROPERTY ACT.
BILL: HB1986
Sponsor: Ballinger
CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF INDECENT EXPOSURE.
BILL: HB1983
Sponsor: Shepherd
CONCERNING THE PROCEDURE AND REQUIREMENTS FOR THE COMMENCEMENT OF CERTAIN CIVIL CLAIMS; AND CONCERNING INJUNCTIVE RELIEF.
BILL: HB1972
Sponsor: D. Meeks
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CONFIDENTIALITY AND RELEASE OF FOSTER HOME AND ADOPTIVE HOME RECORDS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE RELEASE OF INFORMATION RELATED TO INVESTIGATIONS OF CHILD MALTREATMENT.
BILL: HB1821
Sponsor: Ballinger
CONCERNING A PARTY IN AN ACTION FOR DECLARATORY RELIEF; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1756
Sponsor: Collins
CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF LOITERING.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CHILD CUSTODY.
BILL: SB616
Sponsor: Bond
CONCERNING THE INTERROGATION OF A JUVENILE BY LAW ENFORCEMENT; AND CONCERNING JUVENILE CONFESSIONS.
Thursday, March 16, 2017
BILL: HB2020
Sponsor: Ballinger
CONCERNING THE CARRYING AND POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN; AND TO AMEND § 5-73-122.
BILL: HB1927
Sponsor: C. Fite
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE GROUNDS FOR THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
BILL: HB1885
Sponsor: Gazaway
CONCERNING THE CRIMINAL OFFENSE OF FLEEING.
BILL: HB1852
Sponsor: Shepherd
REGARDING THE SALARIES OF PERSONNEL AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS OF VARIOUS DISTRICT COURTS.
BILL: HB1382
Sponsor: Gazaway
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE COLLECTION OF A SMALL ESTATE BY A DISTRIBUTEE; AND TO ESTABLISH PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED AFTER A CLAIM IS FILED AGAINST A SMALL ESTATE.
BILL: SB497
Sponsor: Irvin
TO PROVIDE FOR THE SUPERVISION OF DELINQUENT YOUTH UNDER THE INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR JUVENILES.
CONCERNING THE CIVIL FORFEITURE OF ASSETS INVOLVED IN CERTAIN CRIMINAL OFFENSES.
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
BILL: HB2110
Sponsor: Johnson
CONCERNING THE REQUIREMENTS FOR A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE FOR A CURRENT OR FORMER MEMBER OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES; AND CONCERNING CONCEALED HANDGUNS.
BILL: HB1870
Sponsor: Lemons
CONCERNING THE DUTIES OF A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
BILL: HB1417
Sponsor: Sturch
CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF SEXUAL SOLICITATION; PROVIDING FOR IMPOUNDMENT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE; AND PROVIDING FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS EDUCATION FOR EDUCATORS.
BILL: HB1361
Sponsor: Speaks
TO AMEND THE GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE OR SEPARATION UNDER THE COVENANT MARRIAGE ACT OF 2001; AND TO ADD EMOTIONAL ABUSE AS A GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE AND SEPARATION UNDER THE COVENANT MARRIAGE ACT OF 2001.
BILL: SB718
Sponsor: Hester
TO PROTECT CHILDREN IN DELINQUENCY CASES AND FAMILIES IN NEED OF SERVICES CASES FROM UNWARRANTED TESTING FOR DRUG OR ALCOHOL ABUSE.
Monday, March 13, 2017
BILL: HB2032
Sponsor: Shepherd
TO CLARIFY THE LAW CONCERNING PREMARITAL AGREEMENTS.
BILL: HB1887
Sponsor: Gazaway
TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 12 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE.
BILL: HB1808
Sponsor: Hammer
TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF SEXUAL EXTORTION; INCLUDING SEXUAL EXTORTION AS A DISQUALIFYING OFFENSE FOR CERTAIN EMPLOYMENT OR LICENSURE; AND TO INCLUDE SEXUAL EXTORTION AS AN OFFENSE REQUIRING REGISTRATION AS A SEX OFFENDER.
BILL: HB1763
Sponsor: Della Rosa
CLARIFYING THE CRIMINAL OFFENSE OF POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA.
BILL: HB1737
Sponsor: Collins
TO AMEND AND CLARIFY THE DISCRIMINATION AND RETALIATION PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1993.
BILL: HB1687
Sponsor: Dalby
CONCERNING A REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER ON THE CAMPUS OF A PRIVATE SCHOOL.
BILL: HB1678
Sponsor: Beck
CONCERNING VISITATION WITH AN ENDANGERED ADULT, AN IMPAIRED ADULT, OR A WARD.
BILL: HB1668
Sponsor: Lemons
CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF DRIVING OR BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED; AND CONCERNING THE DISPOSITION OF A DEFENDANT CONVICTED OF DRIVING OR BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED.
BILL: HB1659
Sponsor: Tucker
CONCERNING INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS BY A PERSON WHO OWES COURT COSTS, FINES, OR RESTITUTION TO A CIRCUIT COURT.
BILL: HB1654
Sponsor: Rushing
CONCERNING THE RIGHTS OF GRANDPARENTS INVOLVED WITH FOSTER CARE AND ADOPTION CASES.
BILL: SB225
Sponsor: Rapert
CONCERNING CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD "SKIMMING"; AND AMENDING THE OFFENSE OF FINANCIAL IDENTITY FRAUD.
BILL: SB535
Sponsor: J. Cooper
CONCERNING DUAL JUDICIAL DISTRICTS.
Thursday, March 9, 2017
BILL: HB1773
Sponsor: Rushing
TO AMEND GRANDPARENTS' RIGHTS IN CUSTODY AND VISITATION MATTERS; AND TO GRANT VISITATION RIGHTS TO GRANDPARENTS WHEN A PARENT OF A CHILD IS DECEASED.
BILL: HB1764
Sponsor: Maddox
REMOVING REFERENCES IN THE ARKANSAS CODE TO JURY COMMISSIONERS, WHICH NO LONGER EXIST.
BILL: HB1686
Sponsor: Tucker
CONCERNING THE TRACKING OF AND ACCUMULATION OF DATA CONCERNING THE FAMILIAL OR RESIDENTIAL STATUS OF A VICTIM OF A SEX OFFENSE.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
BILL: HB1777
Sponsor: Richey
CONCERNING THE FUNDING OF EXPENSES AND EMPLOYEES OF THE PHILLIPS COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY IN THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
BILL: HB1175
Sponsor: Tucker
TO REQUIRE LIFETIME REGISTRATION ON THE ARKANSAS SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY FOR A PERSON CONVICTED OF RAPE WHEN THE RAPE INVOLVED THE USE OF FORCE.
BILL: SB37
Sponsor: A. Clark
PERMITTING A CONCEALED CARRY LICENSEE TO POSSESS A CONCEALED HANDGUN IN HIS OR HER EMPLOYER'S PARKING LOT.
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
BILL: SB37
Sponsor: A. Clark
PERMITTING A CONCEALED CARRY LICENSEE TO POSSESS A CONCEALED HANDGUN IN HIS OR HER EMPLOYER'S PARKING LOT.
BILL: SB15
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND PROVISIONS CONCERNING JUVENILE COURTS AND PROCEEDINGS.
BILL: SB40
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND PROVISIONS IN THE JUVENILE CODE CONCERNING THE PLACEMENT OF JUVENILES.
BILL: SB550
Sponsor: T. Garner
TO PROTECT ACCESS TO PLACES OF EMPLOYMENT, RIGHTS OF WAY, PRIVATE REAL PROPERTY, AND PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE.
Monday, March 6, 2017
BILL: SB788
Sponsor: Hester
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING A MECHANIC'S LIEN.
CONCERNING TRUTH IN SENTENCING.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CHILD CUSTODY.
BILL: HB1685
Sponsor: Tucker
TO CLARIFY THE CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS REQUIRED FOR AN APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE OF A CHILD CARE FACILITY OR A CHURCH-EXEMPT CHILD CARE FACILITY.
BILL: HB1665
Sponsor: Vaught
TO CREATE A CAUSE OF ACTION FOR UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS TO ANOTHER PERSON'S PROPERTY.
BILL: HB1663
Sponsor: Boyd
TO BE KNOWN AS THE MENTAL HEALTH SPECIALTY COURT ACT OF 2017; AND CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH SPECIALTY COURTS.
BILL: HB1236
Sponsor: Gazaway
TO PROTECT THE PRIVACY OF SURVIVING FAMILY MEMBERS OF A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER WHO DIES IN THE LINE OF DUTY; AND TO EXEMPT CERTAIN LAW ENFORCEMENT RECORDS FROM DISCLOSURE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS PHYSICAL PRIVACY AND SAFETY ACT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB753
Sponsor: B. King
TO ESTABLISH A METHOD FOR A PERSON WITH A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND TO REGAIN HIS OR HER RIGHTS TO POSSESS A FIREARM UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
TO CREATE A CAUSE OF ACTION FOR UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS TO ANOTHER PERSON'S PROPERTY; AND CONCERNING ACCESS TO ANOTHER PERSON'S PROPERTY.
BILL: SB741
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND THE LAWS REGARDING THE RIGHTS OF GRANDPARENTS.
BILL: SB740
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND THE LAWS RELATED TO THE RIGHTS OF GRANDPARENTS.
BILL: SB738
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CHILD WELFARE HEARINGS.
BILL: SB737
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO ESTABLISH THE DIVISION OF DEPENDENCY-NEGLECT PARENTS REPRESENTATION; THE DIVISION OF AD LITEM REPRESENTATION; AND THE DIVISION OF COURT-APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES.
BILL: SB736
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE RIGHT OF A PARENT, CUSTODIAN, AND PUTATIVE PARENT TO HAVE COUNSEL DURING DEPENDENCY-NEGLECT AND TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS.
BILL: SB734
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS; AND CONCERNING THE PROCEDURE FOR THE REINSTATEMENT OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
TO ABOLISH THE NEW BUSINESS RULE AS A DENIAL OF DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS.
CONCERNING A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSEE CARRYING HIS OR HER CONCEALED HANDGUN INTO A STATE OFFICE, A STATE AGENCY, A STATE FACILITY, OR THE STATE CAPITOL BUILDING.
CONCERNING THE CIVIL FORFEITURE OF ASSETS INVOLVED IN CERTAIN CRIMINAL OFFENSES.
BILL: SB724
Sponsor: J. Dismang
CONCERNING POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN ON THE PREMISES AND ON THE GROUNDS OF A TEACHING HOSPITAL AND OTHER LOCATIONS; AND CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN AT A PRIVATE UNIVERSITY OR PRIVATE COLLEGE.
BILL: SB718
Sponsor: Hester
TO PROTECT CHILDREN IN DELINQUENCY CASES AND FAMILIES IN NEED OF SERVICES CASES FROM UNWARRANTED TESTING FOR DRUG OR ALCOHOL ABUSE.
BILL: SB702
Sponsor: E. Williams
CONCERNING THE ASSESSMENT OF AN ADDITIONAL FINE FOR CRIMINAL OFFENSES COMMITTED AGAINST OR IN THE PRESENCE OF A CHILD AND THE ASSESSMENT OF AN ADDITIONAL FINE FOR TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS COMMITTED IN THE PRESENCE OF A CHILD.
TO RESTORE RIGHTS OF ARKANSANS TO CARRY FIREARMS IN PUBLIC PLACES.
TO EXPAND THE DEFINITION OF "FICTIVE KIN".
BILL: SB648
Sponsor: T. Garner
CONCERNING THE VENUE OF CERTAIN LAWSUITS; TO PROMOTE JUDICIAL EFFICIENCY IN ACTIONS WHERE THE STATE IS AN INTERESTED PARTY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO PRESERVE THE RIGHT TO BE LEFT ALONE.
BILL: SB616
Sponsor: Bond
CONCERNING THE INTERROGATION OF A JUVENILE BY LAW ENFORCEMENT; AND CONCERNING JUVENILE CONFESSIONS.
BILL: SB600
Sponsor: Bond
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CIVIL EVICTION PROCESS; TO CREATE AN EVICTION PROCESS FOR FAILURE TO PAY RENT.
TO BE KNOWN AS THE TRUE CAMPUS CARRY ACT; AND CONCERNING THE ABILITY TO CARRY A HANDGUN ON A COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY CAMPUS BY A PERSON WHO HAS A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE.
BILL: SB590
Sponsor: B. Johnson
CONCERNING THE CARRYING OF A WEAPON; AND REPEALING THE "JOURNEY" PROVISION FOR HANDGUN AND WEAPONS OFFENSES.
BILL: SB586
Sponsor: Hester
REQUIRING A PERSON CONVICTED OF AN OFFENSE USING A COMPUTER OR THE INTERNET TO PAY AN ADDITIONAL FEE; AND TO CREATE A FEE.
BILL: SB585
Sponsor: Rice
CONCERNING THE INTENDED PURPOSE OF THE CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSING PROGRAM.
BILL: SB580
Sponsor: Elliott
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PRESUMPTIONS OF PARENTAGE IN CASES OF CHILDREN BORN BY MEANS OF ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION AND SURROGACY.
BILL: SB343
Sponsor: B. King
TO AMEND THE AUTHORITY OF THE ARKANSAS TOBACCO CONTROL BOARD TO ASSESS CIVIL PENALTIES; AND TO MODIFY CIVIL PENALTIES FOR UNLAWFUL SALES OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS.
BILL: SB223
Sponsor: Rapert
TO AMEND THE STATUTES OF LIMITATION FOR FRAUDULENT INSURANCE ACTS.
BILL: SB535
Sponsor: J. Cooper
CONCERNING DUAL JUDICIAL DISTRICTS.
Thursday, March 2, 2017
BILL: HB1578
Sponsor: Hammer
CONCERNING OFFENSES INVOLVING INTERFERENCE WITH EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES PERSONNEL OR FIRST RESPONDERS; AND ESTABLISHING CIVIL LIABILITY.
BILL: HB1059
Sponsor: House
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF VIOLATION OF AN ORDER OF PROTECTION; AND TO CRIMINALIZE THE VIOLATION OF A MILITARY ORDER OF PROTECTION.
BILL: SB563
Sponsor: T. Garner
CONCERNING THE FILING OF MULTIPLE FRIVOLOUS LAWSUITS BY INMATES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION.
BILL: SB556
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO CREATE THE CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATIONS OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE; TO AMEND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT; AND TO AMEND PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.
CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF A UNITED STATES POSTAL INSPECTOR TO MAKE AN ARREST IN THE STATE.
BILL: SB550
Sponsor: T. Garner
TO PROTECT ACCESS TO PLACES OF EMPLOYMENT, RIGHTS OF WAY, PRIVATE REAL PROPERTY, AND PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE.
BILL: SB548
Sponsor: Files
CREATING THE ARKANSAS FALSE CLAIMS ACT; AND CONCERNING THE SUBMISSION OF FALSE CLAIMS TO THE STATE OR A LOCAL GOVERNMENT.
BILL: SB547
Sponsor: Maloch
CONCERNING THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY FOR THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB535
Sponsor: J. Cooper
CONCERNING DUAL JUDICIAL DISTRICTS.
TO CREATE THE DYNASTY TRUST ACT.
BILL: SB491
Sponsor: Maloch
TO CLARIFY THE LAW CONCERNING THE COLLECTION OF A SMALL ESTATE BY A DISTRIBUTEE; AND TO CLARIFY THE VALUE OF PROPERTY FOR THE PURPOSE OF COLLECTING A SMALL ESTATE.
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
BILL: HB1658
Sponsor: Tucker
CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF SEXUAL ASSAULT IN THE THIRD DEGREE.
BILL: HB1577
Sponsor: Hammer
CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF ARSON; AND CONCERNING THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR ARSON.
BILL: HB1542
Sponsor: Shepherd
ADDRESSING THE SEALING OF A PERSON'S FELONY RECORD WHEN THE PERSON IS A FIRST-TIME FELONY OFFENDER.
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
AMENDING THE SENTENCING RANGE FOR CERTAIN MURDER CONVICTIONS; CONCERNING THE REOPENING OF UNSOLVED MURDER CASES; CONCERNING A MINIMUM BAIL IN A MURDER CASE; AND CONCERNING PAROLE FOR MURDER CONVICTIONS.
Monday, February 27, 2017
BILL: SB497
Sponsor: Irvin
TO PROVIDE FOR THE SUPERVISION OF DELINQUENT YOUTH UNDER THE INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR JUVENILES.
BILL: SB496
Sponsor: Flippo
TO PROHIBIT THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE AUTHORITIES FROM ENFORCING LAWS REGARDING GAMING DEVICES.
BILL: SB493
Sponsor: D. Sanders
TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF THE OFFENSE OF COMPUTER FRAUD TO INCLUDE EXTORTION USING RANSOMWARE.
BILL: SB492
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO ESTABLISH THE OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES; TO INCREASE CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR THEFT OF PUBLIC BENEFITS; AND TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF MISUSE OF STATE PROPERTY.
BILL: SB491
Sponsor: Maloch
TO CLARIFY THE LAW CONCERNING THE COLLECTION OF A SMALL ESTATE BY A DISTRIBUTEE; AND TO CLARIFY THE VALUE OF PROPERTY FOR THE PURPOSE OF COLLECTING A SMALL ESTATE.
BILL: HB1249
Sponsor: Collins
CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN IN A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY, PUBLIC COLLEGE, OR COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUILDING AND CONCERNING PRIVILEGES ASSOCIATED WITH AN ENHANCED LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN.
BILL: SB444
Sponsor: T. Garner
CONCERNING THE CARRYING AND POSSESSION OF A HANDGUN WITHOUT A LICENSE.
Thursday, February 23, 2017
BILL: HB1006
Sponsor: Tucker
TO AMEND CERTAIN CRIMINAL OFFENSES CONCERNING ABUSES OF PUBLIC OFFICE; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ABUSE OF OFFICE; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ABUSE OF PUBLIC TRUST.
CONCERNING DISTRICT COURTS; TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS; TO REPEAL UNNECESSARY STATUTES; AND TO CLARIFY STATUTES.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF IMPROPER USE OF OR ALTERING THE STATE SEAL.
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
BILL: HB1554
Sponsor: Drown
CONCERNING PRIVATE REAL PROPERTY RIGHTS; TO PROTECT NATURAL RESOURCES, AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES, AND HISTORICAL ARTIFACTS; TO DETER CRIMINAL ACTIVITY ON A PERSON'S REAL PROPERTY; AND CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF CRIMINAL TRESPASS.
BILL: SB414
Sponsor: Hester
TO AMEND THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE TO PREVENT FRAUDULENT LIEN FILINGS.
TO REMOVE A DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION AS AN AVAILABLE PENALTY FOR OFFENSES NOT RELATED TO DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE.
Monday, February 20, 2017
BILL: HB1544
Sponsor: C. Fite
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING A FOSTER PARENT'S ACCESS TO RECORDS.
BILL: HB1541
Sponsor: Shepherd
CONCERNING THE TERMINATION OF OBLIGATION TO REGISTER WITH THE ARKANSAS SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY; AND TO REMOVE A PERSON FROM THE SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY WHEN THE PERSON HAS DIED.
BILL: HB1540
Sponsor: Shepherd
CONCERNING THE REGISTRATION OF CONVICTED SEX OFFENDERS ON THE ARKANSAS SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY; CONCERNING REQUIRED INFORMATION ON THE ARKANSAS SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY; AND CONCERNING IN-PERSON REPORTING.
BILL: HB1534
Sponsor: J. Williams
TO PROVIDE FOR THE TRANSFER OF WIRELESS DEVICES IN DOMESTIC ABUSE PROCEEDINGS.
BILL: HB1528
Sponsor: Richmond
CONCERNING THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY FOR THE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1453
Sponsor: Farrer
PROHIBITING IMPROPER SEXUAL CONDUCT BETWEEN A PROBATION OR PAROLE OFFICER AND A PERSON BEING SUPERVISED ON PROBATION, PAROLE, OR OTHER COURT-ORDERED REASON.
BILL: SB367
Sponsor: B. King
CONCERNING ACCOUNTING PRACTICES IN CIRCUIT COURT AND THE OFFICE OF A CIRCUIT COURT CLERK; AND TO CREATE THE CIRCUIT COURT ACCOUNTING AND FINE COLLECTION COMMITTEE.
BILL: SB305
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "NEGLECT" AND THE LAW CONCERNING CLOSURES OF CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATIONS; AND TO MAKE CERTAIN ACTS OF A PARENT, GUARDIAN, CUSTODIAN, OR FOSTER PARENT NONCRIMINAL.
Thursday, February 16, 2017
BILL: HB1385
Sponsor: Lemons
TO BE KNOWN AS "SHANNON'S LAW"; AND CONCERNING THE POSSESSION AND SALE OF BLUE LIGHTS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT INSIGNIA.
BILL: HB1007
Sponsor: Tucker
TO PROTECT CITIZENS WHO ARE VICTIMS OF JUDICIAL ETHICS VIOLATIONS; TO CREATE A CAUSE OF ACTION AGAINST JUDGES AND JUSTICES WHO HAVE BEEN CONVICTED OF CERTAIN OFFENSES; AND TO CREATE AN EXCEPTION TO JUDICIAL IMMUNITY.
BILL: HB1249
Sponsor: Collins
CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN IN A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY, PUBLIC COLLEGE, OR COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUILDING AND CONCERNING PRIVILEGES ASSOCIATED WITH AN ENHANCED LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN.
TO CREATE THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY ACT OF 2017.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
BILL: HB1367
Sponsor: Watson
CONCERNING AN AUXILIARY LAW ENFORCEMENT OR A RETIRED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER CARRYING A CONCEALED HANDGUN; AND CONCERNING RETIRED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
BILL: HB1045
Sponsor: B. Smith
CONCERNING CRIMINAL VICTIM NOTIFICATION; AND CONCERNING THE RELEASE OF A PERSON WHO COMMITTED A CRIMINAL ACT AND WAS ADJUDICATED TO HAVE A MENTAL DISEASE OR DEFECT.
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
BILL: HB1420
Sponsor: C. Fite
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER ACT; TO CREATE THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER FUND; AND TO ESTABLISH PROCEDURES FOR FUNDING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTERS.
BILL: HB1375
Sponsor: Tucker
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE FILING REQUIREMENTS FOR A PETITION TO QUIET TITLE; AND TO ABOLISH THE REQUIREMENT THAT A PETITIONER SEARCH VOTER REGISTRATION RECORDS.
BILL: SB346
Sponsor: Standridge
CONCERNING GENDER IDENTITY AND BATHROOM PRIVILEGES.
BILL: SB343
Sponsor: B. King
TO AMEND THE AUTHORITY OF THE ARKANSAS TOBACCO CONTROL BOARD TO ASSESS CIVIL PENALTIES; AND TO MODIFY CIVIL PENALTIES FOR UNLAWFUL SALES OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS.
BILL: SB342
Sponsor: L. Eads
TO PERMIT THE COURT TO ORDER THE TRANSFER OF WIRELESS DEVICES IN DOMESTIC ABUSE PROCEEDINGS.
Monday, February 13, 2017
BILL: HB1471
Sponsor: Tosh
CONCERNING THE CARRYING OF A FIREARM BY A PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICER.
BILL: HB1470
Sponsor: Tosh
CONCERNING THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE ARKANSAS COUNCIL FOR THE INTERSTATE COMMISSION FOR ADULT SUPERVISION.
BILL: HB1466
Sponsor: Drown
TO ESTABLISH THE STOLEN VALOR ACT.
BILL: HB1362
Sponsor: Payton
CONCERNING THE RIGHTS OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSEE.
BILL: HB1354
Sponsor: Nicks
CONCERNING DISTRICT COURT CLERK EMPLOYMENT.
BILL: HB1260
Sponsor: Maddox
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING REIMBURSEMENT FOR JUROR ORIENTATION COSTS.
TO CREATE THE WRONGFUL BIRTH CIVIL LIABILITY PROTECTION ACT.
CONCERNING THE DEFINITION OF "TARGET GROUP" AS IT IS APPLIES TO COMMUNITY CORRECTION.
BILL: HB1414
Sponsor: Sturch
CONCERNING THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE SPECIALTY COURT PROGRAM ADVISORY COMMITTEE.
BILL: HB1057
Sponsor: House
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016; AND TO ADD CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK PROCEDURES.
BILL: HB1049
Sponsor: House
TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "EXCLUDED FELONY OFFENSE" WITHIN THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA AMENDMENT OF 2016.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE COLLECTION OF RESTITUTION; AND TO ESTABLISH THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION AS THE DESIGNATED AGENCY FOR COLLECTION OF RESTITUTION IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
TO CREATE BORN-ALIVE INFANT PROTECTION.
TO CREATE THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY ACT OF 2017.
Thursday, February 9, 2017
BILL: HB1158
Sponsor: Petty
CONCERNING THE ENTRY UNDER CAUSE OF DEATH ON A PERSON'S DEATH CERTIFICATE WHEN THE PERSON WAS EXECUTED DUE TO A SENTENCE FOR A CAPITAL OFFENSE.
BILL: SB6
Sponsor: Bond
TO PROTECT CITIZENS WHO ARE VICTIMS OF JUDICIAL ETHICS VIOLATIONS; TO CREATE A CAUSE OF ACTION AGAINST JUDGES AND JUSTICES WHO HAVE BEEN CONVICTED OF CERTAIN OFFENSES; AND TO CREATE AN EXCEPTION TO JUDICIAL IMMUNITY.
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
BILL: SB307
Sponsor: A. Clark
CONCERNING DRUG TESTING UNDER THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT; CONCERNING CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATION REPORTS; TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "NEGLECT"; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING INVESTIGATIVE DETERMINATIONS.
BILL: SB306
Sponsor: A. Clark
CONCERNING A NONCUSTODIAL PARENT'S UNSUPERVISED VISITATION WITH HIS OR HER CHILD; TO AMEND DEFINITIONS UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989; AND TO AMEND THE LAW ON PROBABLE CAUSE HEARINGS AND THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
BILL: SB305
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "NEGLECT" AND THE LAW CONCERNING CLOSURES OF CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATIONS; AND TO MAKE CERTAIN ACTS OF A PARENT, GUARDIAN, CUSTODIAN, OR FOSTER PARENT NONCRIMINAL.
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
BILL: SB294
Sponsor: Irvin
CONCERNING THE SENTENCING OF A PERSON UNDER EIGHTEEN YEARS OF AGE; TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY; AND ESTABLISHING THE FAIR SENTENCING OF MINORS ACT OF 2017.
CREATING THE COMMISSION FOR PARENT COUNSEL; CONCERNING DEPENDENCY-NEGLECT REPRESENTATION FOR THE PARENT OF A MINOR CHILD; AND CONCERNING REPRESENTATION IN THE JUVENILE DIVISION OF CIRCUIT COURT.
Monday, February 6, 2017
BILL: HB1361
Sponsor: Speaks
TO AMEND THE GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE OR SEPARATION UNDER THE COVENANT MARRIAGE ACT OF 2001; AND TO ADD EMOTIONAL ABUSE AS A GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE AND SEPARATION UNDER THE COVENANT MARRIAGE ACT OF 2001.
BILL: HB1041
Sponsor: B. Smith
TO PROTECT THE RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES GRANTED UNDER THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION AND THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION; AND TO DECLARE AMERICAN LAWS FOR AMERICAN COURTS.
BILL: SB280
Sponsor: E. Williams
PROHIBITING CRUELTY TOWARDS CERTAIN TYPES OF EQUINES UNDER THE CRIMINAL LAW.
Thursday, February 2, 2017
BILL: HB1249
Sponsor: Collins
CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN IN A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY, PUBLIC COLLEGE, OR COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUILDING AND CONCERNING PRIVILEGES ASSOCIATED WITH AN ENHANCED LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN.
BILL: HB1172
Sponsor: Tosh
CREATING A SENTENCE ENHANCEMENT FOR CERTAIN CRIMINAL OFFENSES TARGETING A CURRENT OR FORMER LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, FIRST RESPONDER, OR HIS OR HER FAMILY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB42
Sponsor: J. Hutchinson
CONCERNING FITNESS TO PROCEED AND LACK OF CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY; AND CONCERNING A MENTAL EVALUATION OF A CRIMINAL DEFENDANT.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
BILL: SB271
Sponsor: Irvin
TO ADD HUMAN TRAFFICKING TO THE DEFINITIONS OF ABUSE AND SEXUAL ABUSE WITHIN THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989 AND CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.
BILL: SB172
Sponsor: Irvin
CONFERRING STATEWIDE JURISDICTION TO A CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER EMPLOYED BY THE STATE PARKS DIVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND TOURISM.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE COLLECTION OF RESTITUTION; AND TO ESTABLISH THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION AS THE DESIGNATED AGENCY FOR COLLECTION OF RESTITUTION IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
CONCERNING THE TERMINATION OF A GUARDIANSHIP.
BILL: HB1201
Sponsor: Ballinger
CONCERNING STATE DISTRICT COURTS; CONCERNING THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB237
Sponsor: Elliott
CONCERNING THE PREPARATION OF A RACIAL IMPACT STATEMENT FOR CERTAIN BILLS FILED WITH THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
BILL: SB152
Sponsor: B. Johnson
TO PROTECT THE PRIVACY OF SURVIVING FAMILY MEMBERS OF A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER WHO DIES IN THE LINE OF DUTY; AND TO EXEMPT CERTAIN LAW ENFORCEMENT RECORDS FROM DISCLOSURE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB6
Sponsor: Bond
TO PROTECT CITIZENS WHO ARE VICTIMS OF JUDICIAL ETHICS VIOLATIONS; TO CREATE A CAUSE OF ACTION AGAINST JUDGES AND JUSTICES WHO HAVE BEEN CONVICTED OF CERTAIN OFFENSES; AND TO CREATE AN EXCEPTION TO JUDICIAL IMMUNITY.
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
BILL: HB1198
Sponsor: Lundstrum
TO ALLOW AN OUT-OF-STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER TO FOLLOW A VEHICLE INTO ARKANSAS TO INVESTIGATE A FELONY OR THE OPERATION OF A VEHICLE WHILE THE DRIVER IS INTOXICATED, IMPAIRED, OR UNDER THE INFLUENCE.
BILL: HB1126
Sponsor: Collins
TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "EMPLOYER" AND THE HATE OFFENSE AND RETALIATION PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1993.
BILL: HB1013
Sponsor: D. Meeks
CONCERNING THE CRIMINAL OFFENSE OF INTERNET STALKING OF A CHILD.
BILL: SB42
Sponsor: J. Hutchinson
CONCERNING FITNESS TO PROCEED AND LACK OF CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY; AND CONCERNING A MENTAL EVALUATION OF A CRIMINAL DEFENDANT.
Monday, January 30, 2017
BILL: HB1172
Sponsor: Tosh
CREATING A SENTENCE ENHANCEMENT FOR CERTAIN CRIMINAL OFFENSES TARGETING A CURRENT OR FORMER LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, FIRST RESPONDER, OR HIS OR HER FAMILY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1060
Sponsor: House
CONCERNING THE MILITARY JUSTICE PUNISHMENT FOR CONTEMPT.
Thursday, January 26, 2017
BILL: HB1202
Sponsor: Boyd
TO AMEND THE COMPREHENSIVE CRIMINAL RECORD SEALING ACT OF 2013 TO ALLOW A STATE AGENCY OR BOARD ENGAGED IN THE LICENSING OF MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS TO HAVE ACCESS TO AND USE OF EXPUNGED AND SEALED RECORDS OF CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS.
BILL: HB1201
Sponsor: Ballinger
CONCERNING STATE DISTRICT COURTS; CONCERNING THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1176
Sponsor: Tucker
CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF HARASSING COMMUNICATIONS.
BILL: HB1174
Sponsor: Tucker
TO AMEND THE OFFENSE OF DOMESTIC BATTERING IN THE FIRST DEGREE AND TO MAKE THE OFFENSE CONSISTENT WITH THE OFFENSE OF BATTERY IN THE FIRST DEGREE.
BILL: SB237
Sponsor: Elliott
CONCERNING THE PREPARATION OF A RACIAL IMPACT STATEMENT FOR CERTAIN BILLS FILED WITH THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
BILL: SB225
Sponsor: Rapert
CONCERNING CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD "SKIMMING"; AND AMENDING THE OFFENSE OF FINANCIAL IDENTITY FRAUD.
BILL: SB223
Sponsor: Rapert
TO AMEND THE STATUTES OF LIMITATION FOR FRAUDULENT INSURANCE ACTS.
TO REMOVE A DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION AS AN AVAILABLE PENALTY FOR OFFENSES NOT RELATED TO DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE.
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
BILL: SB177
Sponsor: B. King
REQUIRING A PERSON WHO HAS THREE OR MORE PREVIOUS COMMITMENTS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION TO SERVE AT LEAST EIGHTY PERCENT OF HIS OR HER SENTENCE FOR HIS OR HER NEXT COMMITMENT TO THE DEPARTMENT BEFORE BEING ELIGIBLE FOR PAROLE.
CREATING THE COMMISSION FOR PARENT COUNSEL; CONCERNING DEPENDENCY-NEGLECT REPRESENTATION FOR THE PARENT OF A MINOR CHILD; AND CONCERNING REPRESENTATION IN THE JUVENILE DIVISION OF CIRCUIT COURT.
BILL: SB32
Sponsor: Hickey
PROHIBITING CERTAIN SEX OFFENDERS FROM ENTERING UPON A PUBLIC SCHOOL CAMPUS UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
Monday, January 23, 2017
BILL: HB1064
Sponsor: House
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CRIMINAL IMPERSONATION IN THE SECOND DEGREE.
BILL: HB1063
Sponsor: House
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE PROCEDURAL COURT RULES OF MILITARY JUSTICE.
BILL: HB1062
Sponsor: House
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE OF PROCESS, MANDATES, OR SUBPOENAS FOR MILITARY JUSTICE.
BILL: HB1061
Sponsor: House
CONCERNING THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR MILITARY JUSTICE.
BILL: SB32
Sponsor: Hickey
PROHIBITING CERTAIN SEX OFFENDERS FROM ENTERING UPON A PUBLIC SCHOOL CAMPUS UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
BILL: SB152
Sponsor: B. Johnson
TO PROTECT THE PRIVACY OF SURVIVING FAMILY MEMBERS OF A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER WHO DIES IN THE LINE OF DUTY; AND TO EXEMPT CERTAIN LAW ENFORCEMENT RECORDS FROM DISCLOSURE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB25
Sponsor: B. Johnson
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE § 18-16-101 CONCERNING THE FAILURE TO PAY RENT AND THE REFUSAL TO VACATE UPON NOTICE.
Thursday, January 19, 2017
BILL: HB1039
Sponsor: Davis
CONCERNING POSSESSION OF A DEFACED FIREARM MANUFACTURED PRIOR TO JANUARY 1, 1968.
TO CREATE BORN-ALIVE INFANT PROTECTION.
BILL: SB145
Sponsor: Bond
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ELEMENTS AND PENALTIES OF NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE.
BILL: SB6
Sponsor: Bond
TO PROTECT CITIZENS WHO ARE VICTIMS OF JUDICIAL ETHICS VIOLATIONS; TO CREATE A CAUSE OF ACTION AGAINST JUDGES AND JUSTICES WHO HAVE BEEN CONVICTED OF CERTAIN OFFENSES; AND TO CREATE AN EXCEPTION TO JUDICIAL IMMUNITY.
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
TO REMOVE A DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION AS AN AVAILABLE PENALTY FOR OFFENSES NOT RELATED TO DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE.
BILL: SB24
Sponsor: B. Johnson
CONCERNING CRIMINAL DETENTION FACILITY REVIEW COMMITTEES; TO REDUCE THE SIZE OF STATE GOVERNMENT; TO REDUCE EXPENSES; AND TO ENCOURAGE EFFICIENCY.
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
TO CREATE THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY ACT OF 2017.
CREATING THE COMMISSION FOR PARENT COUNSEL; CONCERNING DEPENDENCY-NEGLECT REPRESENTATION FOR THE PARENT OF A MINOR CHILD; AND CONCERNING REPRESENTATION IN THE JUVENILE DIVISION OF CIRCUIT COURT.
CONCERNING THE OMNIBUS DWI OR BWI ACT; CONCERNING OPERATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE OR BOAT UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF MARIJUANA; AND ESTABLISHING A PRESUMPTIVE LEVEL OF INTOXICATION DUE TO MARIJUANA IN A PERSON'S BODILY FLUIDS.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
TO REMOVE A DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION AS AN AVAILABLE PENALTY FOR OFFENSES NOT RELATED TO DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE.
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
BILL: SB102
Sponsor: Flippo
TO CLARIFY THE LAW CONCERNING THE FINES, FEES, AND COSTS THAT MAY BE ASSESSED FOR A VIOLATION OF THE MANDATORY SEAT BELT USE LAW.
Monday, January 9, 2017
BILL: SB85
Sponsor: Teague
TO AMEND CERTAIN CRIMINAL OFFENSES CONCERNING ABUSES OF PUBLIC OFFICE; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ABUSE OF OFFICE; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ABUSE OF PUBLIC TRUST.
BILL: SB43
Sponsor: J. Hutchinson
CONCERNING CIVIL SUITS IN CONNECTION WITH CRIMINAL ACTIVITY.
BILL: SB42
Sponsor: J. Hutchinson
CONCERNING FITNESS TO PROCEED AND LACK OF CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY; AND CONCERNING A MENTAL EVALUATION OF A CRIMINAL DEFENDANT.
BILL: SB41
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND CONFIDENTIALITY EXEMPTIONS UNDER THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.
BILL: SB40
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND PROVISIONS IN THE JUVENILE CODE CONCERNING THE PLACEMENT OF JUVENILES.
BILL: SB37
Sponsor: A. Clark
PERMITTING A CONCEALED CARRY LICENSEE TO POSSESS A CONCEALED HANDGUN IN HIS OR HER EMPLOYER'S PARKING LOT.
BILL: SB36
Sponsor: A. Clark
CONCERNING HANDGUN TRAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR VETERANS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES AND CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES WHO APPLY FOR A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE.
BILL: SB33
Sponsor: Hickey
TO ALLOW A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSEE TO KEEP A HANDGUN IN HIS OR HER LOCKED PRIVATE MOTOR VEHICLE ON HIS OR HER EMPLOYER'S PARKING LOT IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
BILL: SB32
Sponsor: Hickey
PROHIBITING CERTAIN SEX OFFENDERS FROM ENTERING UPON A PUBLIC SCHOOL CAMPUS UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
BILL: SB25
Sponsor: B. Johnson
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE § 18-16-101 CONCERNING THE FAILURE TO PAY RENT AND THE REFUSAL TO VACATE UPON NOTICE.
BILL: SB24
Sponsor: B. Johnson
CONCERNING CRIMINAL DETENTION FACILITY REVIEW COMMITTEES; TO REDUCE THE SIZE OF STATE GOVERNMENT; TO REDUCE EXPENSES; AND TO ENCOURAGE EFFICIENCY.
BILL: SB20
Sponsor: J. Hendren
CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT UPON A CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OR AN EMPLOYEE OF A CORRECTIONAL FACILITY; TO PROVIDE A MORE SERIOUS PENALTY FOR KNOWINGLY DISCHARGING A FIREARM AT A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER.
TO DETER ACTS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, A FIREFIGHTER, A FIRST RESPONDER, OR A FAMILY MEMBER OF A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, FIREFIGHTER, OR FIRST RESPONDER; AND TO CREATE A SENTENCE ENHANCEMENT.
BILL: SB18
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO REQUIRE THE APPOINTMENT OF PARENT COUNSEL IN A PROCEEDING TO TERMINATE PARENTAL RIGHTS; AND TO AMEND THE STATE CENTRAL SERVICES FUND.
BILL: SB17
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND PROVISIONS IN THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT; TO AMEND PROVISIONS IN THE JUVENILE CODE; AND TO AMEND PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE PLACEMENT OF JUVENILES.
BILL: SB16
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AUTHORIZE A REVIEW OF AGENCY PROCEDURE; AND TO AMEND CONFIDENTIALITY AND DISCLOSURE PROVISIONS OF THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.
BILL: SB15
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND PROVISIONS CONCERNING JUVENILE COURTS AND PROCEEDINGS.
BILL: SB8
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND CONFIDENTIALITY AND NONDISCLOSURE PROVISIONS OF THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.
BILL: SB6
Sponsor: Bond
TO PROTECT CITIZENS WHO ARE VICTIMS OF JUDICIAL ETHICS VIOLATIONS; TO CREATE A CAUSE OF ACTION AGAINST JUDGES AND JUSTICES WHO HAVE BEEN CONVICTED OF CERTAIN OFFENSES; AND TO CREATE AN EXCEPTION TO JUDICIAL IMMUNITY.