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Archive of Bills Referred



Bill No.
Bill Subtitle
Sponsor
Status
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
BILL: HB1671
Sponsor: Harrelson
AN ACT CONCERING THE SALARIES OF JUDGES AND OTHER PERSONNEL OF VARIOUS DISTRICT COURTS.
BILL: HB2160
Sponsor: Allen
THE ARKANSAS CHILDREN’S IMITATION FIREARMS ACT.
BILL: HB1711
Sponsor: Tyler
TO REQUIRE PERSONS WHO VIOLATE ORDERS OF PROTECTION TO PAY FOR AND WEAR GLOBAL POSITIONING DEVICES.
TO AUTHORIZE AN ARREST WITHOUT A WARRANT IF AN INDIVIDUAL'S ABILITY TO PLACE A TELEPHONE CALL IN CERTAIN EMERGENCIES IS HINDERED OR PREVENTED.
AN ACT TO MODIFY THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR THE OFFENSE OF RAPE WHEN IDENTIFIED GENETIC INFORMATION IS PRESENT.
BILL: SB377
Sponsor: Elliott
AN ACT TO BE KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS HUMAN CAPITAL RESTORATION ACT".
Monday, April 6, 2009
BILL: HB1623
Sponsor: Stewart
PROHIBITING THE RELEASE OF THE IDENTITIES OR OTHER INFORMATION CONCERNING CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSEES.
BILL: HB2105
Sponsor: J. Roebuck
CONCERNING DEATH BENEFITS FOR COVERED PUBLIC EMPLOYEES KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY.
Friday, April 3, 2009
BILL: HB1372
Sponsor: J. Roebuck
TO GRANT SUBPOENA POWER TO THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION AND THE PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE STANDARDS BOARD.
BILL: HB1489
Sponsor: Carter
REGARDING WHICH OFFICIALS ARE NOTIFIED OF CERTAIN DEATHS.
Thursday, April 2, 2009
BILL: HB1706
Sponsor: Pierce
TO CLARIFY THE EXISTING PROCEDURES FOR CAPITAL PUNISHMENT BY LETHAL INJECTION.
BILL: SB995
Sponsor: Faris
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING EXPUNGEMENT AND POSSSESSION OF FIREARMS BY CERTAIN PERSONS.
Monday, March 30, 2009
BILL: HB1848
Sponsor: Nickels
TO AMEND THE ENHANCED PENALTIES FOR OFFENSES COMMITTED IN THE PRESENCE OF A CHILD.
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
BILL: HB1800
Sponsor: Harrelson
CONCERNING THE PAYMENT OF COURT FINES AND COSTS WITH A CREDIT CARD THROUGH A THIRD-PARTY ENTITY.
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
BILL: SB786
Sponsor: Madison
TO UPDATE THE REFERENCES IN THE ARKANSAS CODE RELATED TO THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.
BILL: SB785
Sponsor: D. Johnson
CONCERNING THE DISCLOSURE OF PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION OF A LIBRARY PATRON.
BILL: SB772
Sponsor: Madison
CONCERNING ENTRIES INTO THE JUDGMENT BOOK.
BILL: SB464
Sponsor: Madison
TO HELP TO ENSURE THE HEALTH, SAFETY, AND WELFARE OF CHILDREN BY MODERNIZING AND UPDATING THE LAW RELATED TO CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT.
BILL: SB399
Sponsor: Wyatt
TO UPDATE THE PROCEDURE FOR ACQUIRING AN ACCESS EASEMENT.
Monday, March 23, 2009
BILL: SB1001
Sponsor: H. Wilkins
TO ESTABLISH A RACIAL PROFILING HOTLINE AND TO ESTABLISH CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL IN REPORTING RACIAL PROFILING.
BILL: SB882
Sponsor: Altes
TO AMEND THE STATUTE REGARDING VICTIM RESTITUTION.
BILL: SB788
Sponsor: H. Wilkins
TO AMEND THE JUVENILE CODE REGARDING JUDICIAL DETERMINATIONS OF WHETHER A CONFESSION OR WAIVER OF COUNSEL WAS MADE FREELY, VOLUNTARILY, AND INTELLIGENTLY.
BILL: SB410
Sponsor: Madison
AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 5 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 ANNOTATED.
Thursday, March 19, 2009
BILL: SB516
Sponsor: Madison
TO AMEND THE HEARING PROVISIONS OF THE REVISED UNIFORM ADOPTION ACT.
BILL: SB702
Sponsor: Madison
TO CORRECT A CODIFICATION ERROR IN TITLE 23 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE.
BILL: SB801
Sponsor: Luker
TO CREATE A TASK FORCE TO STUDY THE FUNDING OF THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.
Monday, March 16, 2009
BILL: SB776
Sponsor: Madison
CONCERNING JUVENILES, THE JUVENILE CODE, AND JUVENILE JUSTICE.
Friday, March 13, 2009
BILL: HB1853
Sponsor: Williams
CONCERNING THE PAYMENT AND COLLECTION OF FINES, COSTS AND RESTITUTION.
Thursday, March 12, 2009
BILL: SB866
Sponsor: Madison
TO CORRECT THE SPELLING OF HYDROMORPHONE HYDROCHLORIDE IN THE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT.
BILL: SB468
Sponsor: J. Key
TO PROHIBIT CERTAIN PERSONS FROM PURCHASING OR POSSESSING EMERGENCY LIGHTS OR SIRENS FOR A VEHICLE AND TO PROHIBIT THE INSTALLATION OF EMERGENCY LIGHTS OR SIRENS ON A VEHICLE THAT IS NOT A LAW ENFORCEMENT VEHICLE.
BILL: SB778
Sponsor: J. Key
TO AMEND THE STATUTE OF IMPAIRING THE OPERATION OF A VITAL PUBLIC FACILITY.
BILL: SB447
Sponsor: D. Johnson
AN ACT CONCERNING SECOND OR SUBSEQUENT CONVICTIONS FOR POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
BILL: SB393
Sponsor: Elliott
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS TO MAIL CITATIONS.
BILL: SB38
Sponsor: Faris
AN ACT TO BE KNOWN AS "RACHEL'S BILL" FOR THE PURPOSE OF IMPROVING PERSONAL WATERCRAFT SAFETY.
Monday, March 9, 2009
BILL: HR1032
Sponsor: Woods
TO RESPECTFULLY REQUEST THAT THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES DECLINE TO ENCOURAGE RENEWAL OF THE 1994 FEDERAL BAN ON "ASSAULT WEAPONS", AS THE BAN DID NOT DEMONSTRATE STATISTICAL EVIDENCE OF CRIME REDUCTION.
BILL: HB2272
Sponsor: Maloch
TO AMEND CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE CIVIL JUSTICE REFORM ACT OF 2003.
BILL: HB2266
Sponsor: Lea
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE QUALIFICATIONS FOR CANDIDATES SEEKING THE OFFICE OF DISTRICT JUDGE.
Lea
BILL: HB2265
Sponsor: Nickels
TO REPEAL ACT 218 OF 2009 WHICH PROVIDES CERTAIN APPEALS FROM THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION TO BE MADE TO THE COURT OF APPEALS.
TO AUTHORIZE AN ARREST WITHOUT A WARRANT IF AN INDIVIDUAL'S ABILITY TO PLACE A TELEPHONE CALL IN CERTAIN EMERGENCIES IS HINDERED OR PREVENTED.
BILL: HB2259
Sponsor: Cole
INCREASING THE FELONY CLASSIFICATION FOR NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE AND PROVIDING FOR A LICENSE SUSPENSION AND DWI ENHANCEMENT FOR A CONVICTION FOR NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE.
BILL: HB2258
Sponsor: Wells
REGARDING A SEX OFFENDER'S PLACE OF RESIDENCE UPON RELEASE FROM CUSTODY.
BILL: HB2253
Sponsor: Pennartz
TO AMEND THE PENALTY FOR TIMBER THEFT.
BILL: HB2246
Sponsor: Maloch
TO PROVIDE FOR THE DEFERMENT OF A SENTENCE FOR A PERSON WITH A COMMERCIAL DRIVERS LICENSE.
BILL: HB2245
Sponsor: Maloch
TO REQUIRE SENTENCE REVIEW FOR ALL PERSONS SERVING LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE FOR CAPITAL MURDER OR A LIFE SENTENCE FOR A CLASS Y FELONY COMMITTED WHEN THE PERSON WAS UNDER EIGHTEEN YEARS OF AGE.
BILL: HB2223
Sponsor: Overbey
CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF UNLAWFUL DOG ATTACK.
BILL: HB2221
Sponsor: Carter
TO INCREASE THE COLLECTION FEES ALLOWED TO COLLECT A WORTHLESS CHECK AND TO REGULATE HOT CHECKS.
BILL: HB2216
Sponsor: Glidewell
AN ACT TO CREATE THE DEMOGRAPHIC PREFERENCE DISCLOSURE ACT.
BILL: HB2211
Sponsor: Perry
TO DISCOURAGE THE FILING OF FRIVOLOUS INSURANCE CLAIMS; TO PROMOTE INFORMED DECISIONS FOLLOWING A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT.
BILL: HB2184
Sponsor: M. Martin
AN ACT CONCERNING THE LAWFUL OPEN CARRY OF HANDGUNS.
BILL: HB2182
Sponsor: Harrelson
TO AMEND THE SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION BY ATTORNEYS EMPLOYED BY THE STATE OF ARKANSAS TO ASSIST IN THE ESTABLISHMENT AND ENFORCEMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT ORDERS.
BILL: HB2181
Sponsor: Harrelson
TO DEFINE THE ROLE OF AN ATTORNEY AD LITEM.
BILL: HB2180
Sponsor: Harrelson
TO AMEND THE RECORDING FEES CHARGED BY COUNTY RECORDERS FOR CERTAIN WRITTEN INSTRUMENTS.
BILL: HB2128
Sponsor: Garner
TO ENHANCE THE ABILITY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS TO SURVEIL, DETAIN, AND SEARCH PAROLEES.
BILL: HB2133
Sponsor: Stewart
REGARDING RETIRED CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS AND CONCEALED HANDGUN ELIGIBIITY.
BILL: HB2141
Sponsor: Harrelson
TO AMEND AND CLARIFY VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD TENANT ACT OF 2007.
BILL: HB2149
Sponsor: S. Malone
TO AMEND THE STATUTE REGARDING VICTIM RESTITUTION.
BILL: HB2152
Sponsor: Hoyt
TO CREATE A PILOT PROGRAM TO EXPLORE ALL POSSIBLE COST-SAVING MEASURES CONCERNING THE INCARCERATION OF PRISONERS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS.
BILL: HB2154
Sponsor: George
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE § 17-19-301 TO INCREASE THE MINIMUM COMPENSATION FOR GIVING BOND AND TO AUTHORIZE ADDITIONAL FEES TO FUND THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY SUPPORT STAFF FUND.
BILL: HB2155
Sponsor: George
TO ADDRESS THE PRACTICE OF NO CREDIT BAIL BOND FINANCING IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.
BILL: HB2160
Sponsor: Allen
THE ARKANSAS CHILDREN’S IMITATION FIREARMS ACT.
BILL: HB2086
Sponsor: B. Wilkins
TO AMEND THE CRIME OF FINANCIAL IDENTITY FRAUD.
BILL: HB2092
Sponsor: Carter
CONCERNING A SENTENCE STEMMING FROM A VIOLATION OF PROBATION.
BILL: HB2099
Sponsor: Clemmer
AN ACT TO IMPROVE ADOPTION PROCEDURES IN ARKANSAS.
BILL: HB2103
Sponsor: L. Smith
TO ENCOURAGE CITIZENS TO FILE LAWSUITS SEEKING RECOVERY OF MONEYS FRAUDULENTLY RECEIVED FROM THE STATE AND TO INCREASE THE STATE’S PORTION OF FUNDS RECOVERED IN MEDICAID FRAUD LAWSUITS.
TO PROVIDE INCREASED PROTECTION AGAINST THE UNAUTHORIZED DISCLOSURE OF A SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER.
BILL: HB2121
Sponsor: Harrelson
TO PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF ARKANSANS TO OBTAIN JUSTICE IN COURTS OF LAW.
BILL: HB2044
Sponsor: Glidewell
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE § 15-32-603 TO INCREASE THE PENALTY FOR THE OFFENSE OF TIMBER THEFT BY A TRUSTEE.
BILL: HB2046
Sponsor: Wells
CONCERNING WRITTEN CONTRACTS FOR THE SOLICITATION OF ADVERTISING.
BILL: HB2047
Sponsor: King
TO PROVIDE FOR THE FORFEITURE OF A PERSON'S VEHICLE AFTER A SECOND OR SUBSEQUENT CONVICTION FOR DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED OR FOR DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE ON A SUSPENDED LICENSE DUE TO DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED.
BILL: HB2048
Sponsor: King
TO INCREASE THE SENTENCES FOR REPEAT DWI OFFENDERS AND TO PROVIDE FOR FORFEITURE OF A PERSON'S VEHICLE AFTER A SECOND OR SUBSEQUENT OFFENSE OR FOR DRIVING ON A SUSPENDED LICENSE DUE TO DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED.
BILL: HB2074
Sponsor: Hawkins
TO AMEND § 16-21-2501 CONCERNING THE APPOINTMENT AND AUTHORITY OF INVESTIGATORS FOR THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
BILL: HB2082
Sponsor: Reynolds
TO REQUIRE PERSONS CONVICTED OF DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED TO ATTEND A VICTIM IMPACT PANEL.
BILL: HB2053
Sponsor: Dismang
TO AMEND EMINENT DOMAIN LAW CONCERNING THE COMPENSATION PAID BY A CONDEMNING ENTITY.
BILL: HB2037
Sponsor: Wells
AN ACT TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING BAIL BONDSMEN.
BILL: HB2034
Sponsor: Saunders
TO CLARIFY THE DISTRIBUTION OF FINES COLLECTED RELATED TO UNLAWFUL TOWING OPERATIONS.
BILL: HB2031
Sponsor: Overbey
CONCERNING SUITS AGAINST PUBLIC FACILITIES BOARDS.
BILL: HB2030
Sponsor: Dickinson
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE § 5-14-110 CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF SEXUAL INDECENCY WITH A CHILD.
Friday, March 6, 2009
BILL: HB2025
Sponsor: Harrelson
TO ADD AGGRAVATED RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY TO THE LIST OF SERIOUS FELONIES INVOLVING VIOLENCE IN THE HABITUAL OFFENDER STATUTE AND AS AN UNDERLYING FELONY IN THE CAPITAL MURDER STATUTE.
BILL: HB2018
Sponsor: Hyde
CONCERNING THE MANAGEMENT OF LOCAL JAIL POPULATIONS.
BILL: HB2017
Sponsor: Hyde
TO ALLOW MONEYS DEPOSITED INTO THE DISTRICT COURT AUTOMATION FUND TO BE USED FOR TECHNOLOGY RELATED TO LAW ENFORCEMENT MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS.
BILL: HB2006
Sponsor: Word
TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF AGGRAVATED SHOPLIFTING.
BILL: HB1986
Sponsor: J. Roebuck
AN ACT CONCERNING SUBPOENAS ISSUED BY STATE AGENCIES.
Thursday, March 5, 2009
BILL: SB596
Sponsor: B. Pritchard
REGARDING DRUG COURT COSTS AND FEES.
BILL: SB543
Sponsor: D. Johnson
REGARDING CHEMICAL TESTS GIVEN FOR THE OFFENSE OF DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED.
BILL: SB544
Sponsor: Luker
TO SET THE TERMS OF COURT IN THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
BILL: SB409
Sponsor: Madison
AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 27 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 ANNOTATED.
BILL: SB260
Sponsor: Broadway
TO AMEND VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT.
BILL: HB1943
Sponsor: B. Wilkins
TO INCREASE THE PENALTIES FOR AGGRAVATED ASSAULT AND MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT IF COMMITTED AGAINST CERTAIN PERSONS.
BILL: HB1901
Sponsor: Slinkard
AN ACT REGARDING THE TERMINATION OF CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
BILL: SB486
Sponsor: J. Key
CONCERNING THE SALE OF SHOTGUNS, RIFLES, AND AMMUNITION TO OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS AND FOR THE PURCHASE OF SHOTGUNS, RIFLES, AND AMMUNITION BY ARKANSAS RESIDENTS IN OTHER STATES.
BILL: SB408
Sponsor: Madison
AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 18 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 ANNOTATED.
BILL: SB407
Sponsor: Madison
AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 15 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 ANNOTATED.
BILL: SB381
Sponsor: R. Thompson
TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF SEXUAL SOLICITATION.
BILL: SB348
Sponsor: R. Thompson
TO INCREASE THE UNIFORM FILING FEES IN CIRCUIT COURT.
BILL: SB217
Sponsor: Altes
TO REQUIRE A CHEMICAL TEST OF THE BLOOD, BREATH, OR URINE OF THE DRIVER INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT IN WHICH DEATH HAS OCCURRED OR IS LIKELY TO OCCUR.
BILL: HB1895
Sponsor: Kerr
TO PROHIBIT THE IMPOSITION OF AN ACCIDENT RESPONSE SERVICE FEE.
BILL: HB1894
Sponsor: Blount
TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION TO EXPAND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR INMATES QUALIFIED TO ENROLL IN COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY COURSES.
AN ACT TO AMEND THE OFFENSES OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT AND ASSAULT IN THE FIRST DEGREE.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE PENALTY CLASSIFICATION FOR THE OFFENSE OF DOMESTIC BATTERING IN THE THIRD DEGREE.
BILL: HB1872
Sponsor: Hopper
TO AUTHORIZE ACCEPTANCE OF PAYMENT BY CREDIT CARD FOR FINES, RESTITUTION, AND COSTS FOR CRIMINAL OFFENSES, TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR COUNTY JAILS, AND TO AUTHORIZE A LEVY TO DEFRAY THE COSTS.
AN ACT TO FURTHER DEFINE THE CRIMINAL ACT OF VOYEURISM.
AN ACT CONCERNING AN ARREST FOR VIOLATION OF AN ORDER OF PROTECTION AND THE PENALTY FOR THE OFFENSE OF VIOLATION OF AN ORDER OF PROTECTION.
BILL: HB1874
Sponsor: J. Roebuck
AN ACT TO INCREASE DEATH BENEFITS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY.
BILL: HB1876
Sponsor: Wells
TO REPEAL THE INVESTOR PROTECTION TAKEOVER ACT, § 23-43-101 et seq.
BILL: HB1885
Sponsor: Hyde
TO ENCOURAGE FAIR DEALING IN CONTRACTS BY REQUIRING HOLD HARMLESS LANGUAGE IN A CONTRACT TO BE CLEAR AND CONSPICUOUS.
BILL: HB1890
Sponsor: English
CONCERNING THE USE OF DEADLY PHYSICAL FORCE IN DEFENSE OF A PERSON TO BE KNOWN AS THE CASTLE DOCTRINE.
BILL: HB1889
Sponsor: L. Cowling
TO PROHIBIT MORE THAN THIRTY (30) DAYS' NOTICE TO RENEW A RESIDENTIAL LEASE AND TO REQUIRE NEW OR DIFFERENT TERMS UPON RENEWAL OF A RESIDENTIAL LEASE TO BE IN WRITING.
BILL: HB1853
Sponsor: Williams
CONCERNING THE PAYMENT AND COLLECTION OF FINES, COSTS AND RESTITUTION.
BILL: HB1849
Sponsor: Nickels
TO PREVENT EXPUNGEMENT OF A SECOND OR SUBSEQUENT OFFENSE OF DOMESTIC BATTERY.
BILL: HB1848
Sponsor: Nickels
TO AMEND THE ENHANCED PENALTIES FOR OFFENSES COMMITTED IN THE PRESENCE OF A CHILD.
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
BILL: HB1844
Sponsor: Stewart
CONCERNING POWERS OF ATTORNEY, GUARDIANSHIP, OR OTHER LEGAL MECHANISMS AVAILABLE TO ASSIST AN ELDERLY PERSON OR AN ELDERLY MARRIED COUPLE IN MAINTAINING AN ESTATE.
BILL: HB1833
Sponsor: Powers
TO AMEND SEXUAL ASSAULT IN THE FOURTH DEGREE.
BILL: HB1830
Sponsor: B. Wilkins
AN ACT TO AMEND THE FLEEING STATUTE.
Monday, March 2, 2009
BILL: SB376
Sponsor: J. Taylor
AN ACT TO INCLUDE CELLULAR TELEPHONES OR OTHER COMMUNICATIONS DEVICES AS ARTICLES INMATES AT THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION ARE PROHIBITED FROM POSSESSING OR USING.
BILL: SB375
Sponsor: J. Taylor
AN ACT INCREASING THE PENALTY FOR ESCAPING FROM THE CUSTODY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION, THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY CORRECTION, OR A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY, AND FOR FURNISHING AN IMPLEMENT FOR ESCAPE.
BILL: HB1800
Sponsor: Harrelson
CONCERNING THE PAYMENT OF COURT FINES AND COSTS WITH A CREDIT CARD THROUGH A THIRD-PARTY ENTITY.
BILL: HB1799
Sponsor: Harrelson
AN ACT REGARDING DWI IGNITION INTERLOCK DEVICES.
BILL: HB1338
Sponsor: Pierce
AN ACT TO AMEND THE CRIMINAL OFFENSE OF POSSESSION OF EXPLOSIVES BY CERTAIN PERSONS, TO ADD PROHIBITED CATEGORIES, AND TO CREATE A DEFENSE TO PROSECUTION.
BILL: HB1479
Sponsor: Williams
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING SCRAP METAL DEALERS.
BILL: HB1744
Sponsor: Maloch
CONCERNING THE KILLING OR INJURING ANIMALS USED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT.
BILL: HB1752
Sponsor: Pierce
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING REPRIEVES AND NEW TRIALS FOR CONDEMNED FELONS.
BILL: HB1745
Sponsor: Maloch
AN ACT TO MAKE A SECOND OR SUBSEQUENT OFFENSE OF PRACTICING AS A COUNSELOR WITHOUT A LICENSE A CLASS D FELONY AND TO CREATE A CIVIL PENALTY.
TO EXPAND THE LIST OF MANDATED REPORTERS OF SUSPECTED ABUSE OR NEGLECT.
TO INCREASE THE PENALTY CLASSIFICATION FOR INDECENT EXPOSURE FOR A PERSON IN A POSITION OF TRUST OR AUTHORITY OVER THE VICTIM.
BILL: HB1711
Sponsor: Tyler
TO REQUIRE PERSONS WHO VIOLATE ORDERS OF PROTECTION TO PAY FOR AND WEAR GLOBAL POSITIONING DEVICES.
BILL: HB1706
Sponsor: Pierce
TO CLARIFY THE EXISTING PROCEDURES FOR CAPITAL PUNISHMENT BY LETHAL INJECTION.
BILL: HB1701
Sponsor: Hyde
TO REQUIRE PAROLEES FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION TO SERVE THEIR PAROLE LIVING IN THE COUNTY IN WHICH HE OR SHE WAS CONVICTED FOR THE CRIME FOR WHICH HE OR SHE IS NOW BEING PAROLED.
Friday, February 27, 2009
BILL: HB1682
Sponsor: Maloch
TO PROVIDE THAT THE DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICES CHAPTER OF THE ARKANSAS CODE DOES NOT APPLY TO ACTIONS THAT ARISE OUT OF AN UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE OF LAW CLAIM.
Thursday, February 26, 2009
BILL: SB444
Sponsor: Luker
TO ALLOW MERITORIOUS GOOD TIME FOR PERSONS SENTENCED UNDER THE SEVENTY-PERCENT RULE REGARDLESS OF THE DATE OF THE OFFENSE.
BILL: SB360
Sponsor: Luker
CONCERNING THE PROCEDURE FOR SEALING CRIMINAL RECORDS.
BILL: SB346
Sponsor: D. Wyatt
TO PROVIDE THAT PERSONS ARRESTED FOR OPERATING A MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED BY THE USE OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE OR REFUSAL TO SUBMIT TO TESTING ARE INELIGIBLE FOR AN IGNITION INTERLOCK RESTRICTED DRIVING PERMIT.
BILL: HB1671
Sponsor: Harrelson
AN ACT CONCERING THE SALARIES OF JUDGES AND OTHER PERSONNEL OF VARIOUS DISTRICT COURTS.
BILL: HB1668
Sponsor: Wells
TO MAKE THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF THE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT A DIVISION A PROSECUTOR.
BILL: HB1649
Sponsor: Kidd
TO CREATE THE PRIVATE PROPERTY PROTECTION ACT TO ENHANCE THE PENALTIES FOR THEFT OF CERTAIN PROPERTY IN AN AREA DECLARED TO BE UNDER A STATE OF EMERGENCY BY THE GOVERNOR.
BILL: HB1326
Sponsor: L. Smith
CONCERNING CLAIMS FOR ATTORNEY'S FEES AND LITIGATION EXPENSES AGAINST THE STATE OF ARKANSAS UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967.
BILL: HB1213
Sponsor: Patterson
AN ACT TO AMEND AND CLARIFY VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD-TENANT ACT OF 2007 THAT CONCERN LANDLORD REMEDIES AND EVICTION PROCEEDINGS.
BILL: HB1637
Sponsor: Blount
AN ACT REGARDING PREREQUISITES FOR A CONVICTED FELON TO REGAIN HIS OR HER RIGHT TO VOTE.
BILL: HB1640
Sponsor: Hawkins
AN ACT REGARDING THE ISSUANCE OF IGNITION INTERLOCK RESTRICTED LICENSES.
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
BILL: HB1626
Sponsor: Harrelson
AN ACT TO REQUIRE THE OFFICE OF CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT TO PROVIDE A REPORT TO THE CIRCUIT CLERK DETAILING ARREARAGES PAID IN NONSUPPORT CASES.
BILL: HB1623
Sponsor: Stewart
PROHIBITING THE RELEASE OF THE IDENTITIES OR OTHER INFORMATION CONCERNING CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSEES.
BILL: HB1496
Sponsor: Greenberg
TO PROVIDE THAT A SIGNATURE BY MARK IS BINDING AND LEGAL.
Thursday, February 19, 2009
BILL: HCR1010
Sponsor: Maloch
REQUESTING THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES TO IMMEDIATELY INTRODUCE AND PASS LEGISLATION TO IMPLEMENT A COURT FEE INTERCEPT PROGRAM SIMILAR TO THAT PROPOSED IN H.R. 6172 AND S.1287 IN THE 110TH CONGRESS.
BILL: SCR7
Sponsor: R. Thompson
COMMENDING JUDGE WILLIAM JAY RILEY OF THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS FOR HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE LEGAL PROFESSION.
BILL: SB359
Sponsor: Madison
AN ACT TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS FOSTER YOUTH TRANSITIONAL PLAN.
BILL: SB352
Sponsor: J. Key
TO CLARIFY THE JURISDICTION OF MATTERS INVOLVING JUVENILES AND THE QUALIFICATIONS FOR GUARDIANS OF MINORS.
BILL: SB15
Sponsor: J. Jeffress
AN ACT CONCERNING THE SERVICE OF A SUMMONS ON A BAIL BOND SURETY.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF STALKING AND TO ESTABLISH CIVIL LIABILITY FOR STALKING.
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
BILL: SB251
Sponsor: Altes
TO PROVIDE THAT MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT REPORTS SHALL NOT BE USED FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES FOR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE ACCIDENT.
BILL: HB1496
Sponsor: Greenberg
TO PROVIDE THAT A SIGNATURE BY MARK IS BINDING AND LEGAL.
BILL: HB1493
Sponsor: Overbey
AN ACT CONCERNING DISBURSEMENT OF FINES FROM DISTRICT COURTS.
BILL: HB1489
Sponsor: Carter
REGARDING WHICH OFFICIALS ARE NOTIFIED OF CERTAIN DEATHS.
BILL: HB1488
Sponsor: Carter
TO CLARIFY THE RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF PARTIES IN AN ASSET FORFEITURE ACTION.
Monday, February 16, 2009
BILL: SB303
Sponsor: J. Taylor
AN ACT CONCERNING COURT SECURITY OFFICER TRAINING.
BILL: HB1479
Sponsor: Williams
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING SCRAP METAL DEALERS.
TO PROVIDE FOR THE COLLECTION OF A DNA SAMPLE FOLLOWING AN ARREST OR A CRIMINAL CHARGE FOR CERTAIN OFFENSES AND TO ESTABLISH PROCEDURES FOR THE COLLECTION, MAINTENANCE, AND DISSEMINATION OF DNA SAMPLES.
Friday, February 13, 2009
BILL: HB1459
Sponsor: Nix
AN ACT TO INCREASE THE LOOK BACK PERIOD FOR REPEAT DWI OFFENDERS FROM FIVE YEARS TO SEVEN YEARS.
Nix
Thursday, February 12, 2009
BILL: SB339
Sponsor: Luker
TO PROVIDE FOR CERTAIN APPEALS OF THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ORDERS BE MADE DIRECTLY TO THE COURT OF APPEALS.
BILL: SB341
Sponsor: Luker
CONCERNING THE RELINQUISHMENT AND TERMINATION OF PARENT AND CHILD RELATIONSHIP.
BILL: SB329
Sponsor: R. Thompson
AN ACT CONCERNING THE NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF A PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE AND CLAIMS AGAINST ESTATES AND CONCERNING THE LIMITATIONS PERIOD AFTER A DECEDENT'S DEATH.
BILL: SB256
Sponsor: J. Key
TO ADD ALPENA AND SALESVILLE TO THE LIST OF CITY COURTS TO BE CONSOLIDATED WITH DISTRICT COURTS.
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
BILL: HB1427
Sponsor: Ingram
TO EXTEND IMMUNITY TO CERTAIN DENTAL RESIDENTS AND FACULTY.
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
TO AMEND VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE DOMESTIC ABUSE ACT OF 1991.
Monday, February 9, 2009
AN ACT TO PROTECT PUBLIC SCHOOL CHILDREN FROM REGISTERED SEX OFFENDERS.
BILL: HB1401
Sponsor: Harrelson
AN ACT CONCERNING THE CAMPAIGN PRACTICE OF JUDGES; AND TO REPEAL § 7-6-103.
BILL: HB1399
Sponsor: Harrelson
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS VERSION OF THE UNIFORM DISCLAIMER OF PROPERTY INTERESTS ACT.
BILL: HB1398
Sponsor: Powers
TO INCREASE DISTRICT COURT FILING FEES; ESTABLISH ADDITIONAL PILOT STATE DISTRICT COURT JUDGESHIPS; CONSOLIDATE CITY COURTS WITH DISTRICT COURTS.
Friday, February 6, 2009
BILL: HB1394
Sponsor: J. Edwards
TO EXPAND THE OFFENSE OF OBSTRUCTING GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS TO INCLUDE FALSELY IDENTIFYING ONESELF TO AN ANIMAL CONTROL OR CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER.
BILL: HB1395
Sponsor: J. Edwards
TO MAKE THE OFFENSE OF INTERFERENCE WITH A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER COVER ANIMAL CONTROL AND CODE OFFICERS.
BILL: HB1396
Sponsor: J. Edwards
TO MAKE THE OFFENSE OF BATTERY IN THE SECOND DEGREE APPLICABLE TO THOSE WHO CAUSE BODILY HARM TO ANIMAL CONTROL AND CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
Thursday, February 5, 2009
BILL: SB59
Sponsor: Madison
TO CREATE A NEW CIRCUIT JUDGESHIP IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
BILL: SB70
Sponsor: Madison
AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 12 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 ANNOTATED.
BILL: SB33
Sponsor: R. Thompson
TO AMEND SUPREME COURT RULE 5-2 AS AUTHORIZED BY SECTION 9 OF AMENDMENT 80 TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION.
BILL: HR1012
Sponsor: Pennartz
ENDORSING THE AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB CANINE GOOD CITIZEN PROGRAM AND SUPPORTING ITS EFFORT TO PROMOTE RESPONSIBLE DOG OWNERSHIP IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.
BILL: HB1237
Sponsor: Pyle
TO REMOVE CHURCHES AND OTHER PLACES OF WORSHIP AS PROHIBITED PLACES FOR A LICENSEE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN AND TO ALLOW A LICENSEE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN IN CERTAIN PARKING LOTS.
Wednesday, February 4, 2009
BILL: HB1382
Sponsor: Hyde
TO PROVIDE INCREASES OF FINES FOR MISDEMEANOR OFFENSES AND VIOLATIONS; TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR COUNTY JAILS; TO AUTHORIZE A LEVY TO DEFRAY THE COST OF INCARCERATING COUNTY PRISONERS; AND TO AUTHORIZE DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS.
BILL: HB1372
Sponsor: J. Roebuck
TO GRANT SUBPOENA POWER TO THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION AND THE PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE STANDARDS BOARD.
BILL: HB1375
Sponsor: Pennartz
TO PROTECT THE HEALTH OF INMATES COMMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION AND TO ENSURE THAT ORDERS BY MEDICAL PROVIDERS FOR RESTRICTIONS ON WORK BY INMATES ARE FOLLOWED BY THE DEPARTMENT.
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
AN ACT CONCERNING THE TRANSPORT OF INMATES REQUIRED FOR LEGAL PROCEEDINGS.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE AWARD OF THE PISTOL CARRIED BY A DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY CORRECTION PAROLE OR PROBATION OFFICER UPON RETIREMENT OR DEATH.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE PRESCRIPTION OF RULES REGARDING THE DISCIPLINE OF INMATES.
BILL: HB1353
Sponsor: Wells
AN ACT TO PROVIDE A STRUCTURE, SELF-SUPPORT, AND FUNDING FOR THE PERPETUAL STAFFING AND OPERATION OF THE AUTOMATED COURT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.
Monday, February 2, 2009
BILL: SB75
Sponsor: Madison
AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 16 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 ANNOTATED.
BILL: SB142
Sponsor: B. Pritchard
AN ACT TO ESTABLISH AN ALTERNATE FINGERPRINT-BASED BACKGROUND CHECK.
BILL: HB1338
Sponsor: Pierce
AN ACT TO AMEND THE CRIMINAL OFFENSE OF POSSESSION OF EXPLOSIVES BY CERTAIN PERSONS, TO ADD PROHIBITED CATEGORIES, AND TO CREATE A DEFENSE TO PROSECUTION.
BILL: HB1341
Sponsor: Moore
AN ACT TO INCREASE THE MAXIMUM FINES FOR VIOLATION OF A MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE.
BILL: HB1330
Sponsor: J. Edwards
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING EXTENDED JUVENILE JURISDICTION.
BILL: HB1331
Sponsor: Williams
CONCERNING FEES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF WRITS OF GARNISHMENT AND EXECUTION.
BILL: HB1324
Sponsor: Overbey
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE § 16-17-707 TO REMOVE LANGUAGE LIMITING DISBURSEMENT OF FINES FROM DISTRICT COURTS.
BILL: HB1325
Sponsor: Overbey
CONCERNING DISTRICT COURTS AND TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION.
BILL: HB1326
Sponsor: L. Smith
CONCERNING CLAIMS FOR ATTORNEY'S FEES AND LITIGATION EXPENSES AGAINST THE STATE OF ARKANSAS UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967.
BILL: HB1280
Sponsor: Hyde
TO PROVIDE A PARENT WITH AN OPTION TO WAIVE THE NUMBER OF DAYS FROM TEN TO FIVE TO WITHDRAW CONSENT OR RELINQUISHMENT OF PARENTAL RIGHTS FOR AN ADOPTION.
Thursday, January 29, 2009
BILL: SB112
Sponsor: R. Thompson
TO DESIGNATE THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY.
BILL: HB1270
Sponsor: Overbey
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE § 16-81-106(c) TO CORRECT A TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR.
BILL: HB1269
Sponsor: Overbey
AN ACT TO REPEAL OUTDATED SECTIONS OF THE CODE DEALING WITH YEAR 2000 COMPUTER ISSUES.
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
BILL: HB1261
Sponsor: Breedlove
TO ALLOW THE SPOUSE OF AN ARKANSAS STATE POLICE OFFICER TO PURCHASE THE OFFICER'S SERVICE SHOTGUN.
BILL: HB1255
Sponsor: Greenberg
AN ACT CONCERNING THE BURDEN OF PROOF REQUIRED TO CORROBORATE A DEFENDANT'S CONFESSION.
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
BILL: HB1252
Sponsor: Everett
AN ACT TO CREATE A COMMUNITY-BASED PROVIDERS TASK FORCE FOR COMMUNITY-BASED AND JUVENILE SERVICES AND TREATMENT.
BILL: HB1237
Sponsor: Pyle
TO REMOVE CHURCHES AND OTHER PLACES OF WORSHIP AS PROHIBITED PLACES FOR A LICENSEE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN AND TO ALLOW A LICENSEE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN IN CERTAIN PARKING LOTS.
Monday, January 26, 2009
BILL: HB1227
Sponsor: Nix
AN ACT TO LOWER THE BLOOD-ALCOHOL LEVEL THRESHOLD FOR REPEAT DWI OFFENDERS IF A PERSON IS DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED ON A LICENSE SUSPENDED BECAUSE OF A PRIOR DWI CONVICTION.
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BILL: HB1215
Sponsor: Hyde
AN ACT CONCERNING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION OF AN ORDINANCE REGULATING OR FORBIDDING THE UNSAFE DISCHARGE OF A FIREARM.
BILL: SB69
Sponsor: Madison
AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 23 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 ANNOTATED.
BILL: HB1213
Sponsor: Patterson
AN ACT TO AMEND AND CLARIFY VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD-TENANT ACT OF 2007 THAT CONCERN LANDLORD REMEDIES AND EVICTION PROCEEDINGS.
Friday, January 23, 2009
BILL: HB1171
Sponsor: Maloch
TO MAKE THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT A DIVISION A PROSECUTOR.
BILL: SB77
Sponsor: Madison
AN ACT CONCERNING AGGRAVATED CRUELTY TO DOGS, CATS, AND HORSES AND RELATED OFFENSES AND CONCERNING ANIMAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES.
Thursday, January 22, 2009
BILL: HB1161
Sponsor: L. Smith
TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF FRAUDULENT FILING OF A UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE FINANCING STATEMENT.
Friday, January 16, 2009
BILL: HCMR1001
Sponsor: Overbey
IN RESPECTFUL MEMORY OF JUDGE RICHARD MOBLEY AND IN RECOGNITION OF HIS MANY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AND HIS LOCAL COMMUNITY.
BILL: HB1116
Sponsor: Adcock
TO CLARIFY THAT IT IS UNLAWFUL TO REPRODUCE, PAINT, OR ALTER A TEMPORARY CARDBOARD BUYER'S TAG.
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
BILL: HB1097
Sponsor: Stewart
AN ACT CONCERNING PLACES WHERE A PERSON IS PROHIBITED FROM CARRYING A CONCEALED HANDGUN.
BILL: HB1093
Sponsor: Sample
AN ACT CONCERNING ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION.
Monday, January 12, 2009
AN ACT TO PROTECT PUBLIC SCHOOL CHILDREN FROM REGISTERED SEX OFFENDERS.
AN ACT TO MODIFY THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR THE OFFENSE OF RAPE WHEN IDENTIFIED GENETIC INFORMATION IS PRESENT.
BILL: HB1051
Sponsor: Greenberg
AN ACT CONCERNING THE DISSEMINATION OF CRIMINAL HISTORY INFORMATION.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE PENALTY CLASSIFICATION FOR THE OFFENSE OF DOMESTIC BATTERING IN THE THIRD DEGREE.
AN ACT TO AMEND THE OFFENSES OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT AND ASSAULT IN THE FIRST DEGREE.
AN ACT TO AMEND DOMESTIC BATTERING IN THE FIRST AND SECOND DEGREE.
AN ACT CONCERNING AN ARREST FOR VIOLATION OF AN ORDER OF PROTECTION AND THE PENALTY FOR THE OFFENSE OF VIOLATION OF AN ORDER OF PROTECTION.
BILL: HB1033
Sponsor: Harrelson
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE ELECTRONIC PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE ARKANSAS REPORTS.
BILL: HB1030
Sponsor: Harrelson
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE CLOSING OF UNLICENSED TRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR CRIMINAL OFFENDERS; AND TO ALLOW CIVIL PENALTIES FOR OPERATION OF UNLICENSED TRANSITIONAL HOUSING.
BILL: HB1027
Sponsor: Cole
AN ACT INCREASING THE PENALTY RANGE FOR VOYEURISM FOR PERSONS OVER THE AGE OF EIGHTEEN.
BILL: HB1015
Sponsor: Abernathy
AN ACT CONCERNING REGISTRATION OF ARSONISTS.
AN ACT TO FURTHER DEFINE THE CRIMINAL ACT OF VOYEURISM.
BILL: HB1008
Sponsor: R. Green
ALLOWING GRANDPARENTS AND GREAT- GRANDPARENTS VISITATION TO OCCUR WITHOUT REGARD TO WHICH PARENT HAS PHYSICAL CUSTODY OF THE CHILD.