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Archive of Bills Referred



Bill No.
Bill Subtitle
Sponsor
Status
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
BILL: HB1981
Sponsor: Blake
TO REGULATE E-CIGARETTES, VAPOR PRODUCTS AND ALTERNATIVE NICOTINE PRODUCTS; AND TO AMEND CERTAIN LAWS CONCERNING THE REGULATION OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS.
BILL: HB1899
Sponsor: Wardlaw
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PROCUREMENT; AND TO GIVE PRIORITY TO A FIRM RESIDENT IN ARKANSAS OWNED BY A SERVICE-DISABLED VETERAN.
BILL: HB1898
Sponsor: Shepherd
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING LEASING FROM OWNERS OR ASSIGNS OF LESS THAN ONE NET MINERAL ACRE IN A DRILLING UNIT.
BILL: HB2007
Sponsor: Scott
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING COMMUNITY COLLEGES.
BILL: HB2006
Sponsor: Hammer
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING ASSESSMENTS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
BILL: HB2005
Sponsor: Deffenbaugh
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING PERSONAL FINANCE COURSES IN PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS.
BILL: HB2002
Sponsor: Love
TO REQUIRE THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE TEST ASSESSMENT AND AMERICAN COLLEGE TEST PREPARATION PROGRAMS IN ALL PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS.
BILL: HB1999
Sponsor: C. Douglas
TO AMEND THE TEACHER EXCELLENCE AND SUPPORT SYSTEM.
BILL: HB1997
Sponsor: Magie
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING RESTRICTIONS ON CURRENT AND FORMER EMPLOYEES.
BILL: HB1995
Sponsor: M. Gray
TO INCREASE ACCESS TO MEDICATIONS RELATED TO CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.
BILL: HB1994
Sponsor: Wright
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING THE HANDLING OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES BY A MINOR.
BILL: HB1993
Sponsor: Sorvillo
TO ENSURE THAT THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE FLAG OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS IS FLOWN AT EACH STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION.
BILL: HB1992
Sponsor: C. Douglas
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING SCHOOL ELECTIONS.
BILL: HB1991
Sponsor: C. Douglas
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING DUTY-FREE LUNCH PERIODS FOR CLASSIFIED SCHOOL EMPLOYEES.
BILL: HB1990
Sponsor: Wright
ALLOWING FOR INCREASING THE RANGE OF SENTENCING FOR TRAFFIC OFFENSES AND INSURING FAIRNESS FOR COMMERCIAL DRIVERS.
BILL: HB1989
Sponsor: Ratliff
TO AMEND ARKANSAS ALCOHOL LAWS TO ALLOW CERTAIN MANAGING AGENTS TO SERVE AS AN EXCEPTION TO RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS.
BILL: HB1988
Sponsor: Love
TO CREATE A PROCEDURE FOR CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR CANDIDATES; AND TO REQUIRE THAT A CANDIDATE HAVING CRIMINAL HISTORY BE GIVEN NOTICE PRIOR TO THE ELECTION THAT HE OR SHE IS NOT QUALIFIED TO HOLD OFFICE.
BILL: HB1987
Sponsor: Love
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING QUALIFICATIONS FOR CERTAIN PERSONS CONDUCTING ELECTIONS; AND TO REQUIRE TRAINING FOR ALL COUNTY ELECTION COMMISSIONERS, POLL WORKERS, AND CERTIFIED ELECTION MONITORS.
BILL: HB1985
Sponsor: Bell
CONCERNING TESTIMONY BEFORE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
BILL: HB1984
Sponsor: Bell
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING EXECUTIVE SESSIONS UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967.
BILL: HB1983
Sponsor: Blake
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING INVESTIGATIONS OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT.
BILL: HB1980
Sponsor: Sabin
TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING PUBLIC UTILITIES; TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "PUBLIC UTILITY"; AND TO EXEMPT CERTAIN PROVIDERS FROM THE DEFINITION OF "PUBLIC UTILITY".
BILL: HB1978
Sponsor: Collins
TO REFORM THE STRUCTURE OF THE ARKANSAS HEALTH INSURANCE MARKETPLACE.
CONCERNING THE SENTENCING OF A CRIMINAL DEFENDANT; CONCERNING ALTERNATIVE SENTENCES; AND CONCERNING PREADJUDICATION AND POSTADJUDICATION PROBATION PROGRAMS.
BILL: HB1976
Sponsor: Collins
TO REPEAL ARKANSAS CODE § 6-17-1115.
BILL: HB1974
Sponsor: Hammer
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING VOTING IN ELECTIONS; AND TO EXTEND THE TIME TO VOTE IN CERTAIN ELECTIONS.
BILL: HB1973
Sponsor: Davis
TO REPEAL ARKANSAS CODE § 6-17-1115 CONCERNING GROUP DISABILITY INSURANCE FOR INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
BILL: HB1972
Sponsor: Gossage
CONCERNING STATE CATEGORICAL FUNDING FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
BILL: HB1971
Sponsor: Gossage
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING FUNDING FOR TWO-YEAR INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.
BILL: HB1970
Sponsor: Lowery
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING POSTSECONDARY REMEDIATION.
BILL: HB1969
Sponsor: G. Hodges
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING RETENTION OF APPROPRIATE RECORDS BY AN INSURANCE COMPANY AND AN INSURANCE PRODUCER.
BILL: HB1965
Sponsor: Copeland
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE PROCESS FOR ISSUING PERMITS TO DISPENSE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES.
BILL: HB1964
Sponsor: House
TO AMEND THE STATUTE CONCERNING THE CREATION, MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS, AND PHYSICAL LOCATION OF THE ARKANSAS TOWING AND RECOVERY BOARD.
BILL: HB1959
Sponsor: Wardlaw
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING THE SCOPE OF A STATE PERMIT AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF BEER AND LIGHT WINE.
TO AMEND THE REQUIREMENTS RELATED FOR NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH STATE CATEGORICAL FUNDING.
BILL: HB1955
Sponsor: Hammer
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF A SPECIAL INTEREST LICENSE PLATE TO PROMOTE THE ARKANSAS ALLIANCE OF BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS, INC. AND TO REPEAL PORTIONS OF THE LAW CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE OF CERTAIN LICENSE PLATES.
BILL: HB1951
Sponsor: D. Ferguson
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING WASTE TIRE FEES AT RETAIL.
BILL: HB1949
Sponsor: Dotson
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE TIME LIMITATIONS FOR FILING AN AMENDED RETURN OR CLAIMING A REFUND OR CREDIT FOR AN OVERPAYMENT OF A STATE TAX.
BILL: HB1948
Sponsor: Leding
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS NEW JOBS TRAINING PROGRAM.
BILL: HB1947
Sponsor: D. Meeks
TO ADOPT YEAR-ROUND STANDARD TIME AND ELIMINATE DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME IN ARKANSAS.
BILL: HB1946
Sponsor: Boyd
TO ALLOW FIRST RESPONDERS AND FAMILY MEMBERS TO OBTAIN, POSSESS, AND ADMINISTER OPIATE ANTAGONISTS.
BILL: HB1945
Sponsor: Hammer
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE PREVENTION AND DETECTION OF FRAUD AND OTHER IMPROPER ACTIVITIES WITHIN STATE GOVERNMENT.
BILL: HB1943
Sponsor: Gossage
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE TRAINING.
BILL: HB1938
Sponsor: Collins
TO REFORM THE ARKANSAS HEALTH INSURANCE MARKETPLACE.
BILL: HB1937
Sponsor: Baltz
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS EMERGENCY SERVICES ACT OF 1973; TO ADVANCE PUBLIC SAFETY; TO ENHANCE AND STRENGTHEN INTEROPERABILITY ACROSS ARKANSAS; AND TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.
BILL: HB1936
Sponsor: Bell
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE REPORTING OF WASTE OR MISUSE OF PUBLIC FUNDS BY ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROVIDERS
BILL: HB1935
Sponsor: Bragg
CONCERNING THE REORGANIZATION OF THE LOCAL DISTRICT COURTS TO STATE DISTRICT COURTS IN THE THIRTY-THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
BILL: HB1934
Sponsor: D. Douglas
TO REGULATE THE IMPORTATION OF WINE FROM STATES THAT IMPOSE CERTAIN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION STANDARDS ON ARKANSAS PRODUCERS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS THAT ARE IMPORTED INTO THOSE STATES.
BILL: HB1933
Sponsor: C. Douglas
CONCERNING MEDICAL RELEASE OF AN INMATE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION.
BILL: HB1932
Sponsor: Leding
TO ESTABLISH AUTHORIZATION FOR AND USE OF A MONITORING DEVICE IN A LONG TERM CARE FACILITY; TO PROVIDE FOR WAIVERS; AND TO PROVIDE FOR ENFORCEMENT AND PENALTIES.
BILL: HB1929
Sponsor: C. Douglas
CONCERNING THE SENTENCES OF LIFE AND LIFE WITHOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF PAROLE FOR THE COMMISSION OF A CRIMINAL OFFENSE.
BILL: HB1928
Sponsor: Pitsch
TO PROVIDE FOR TAX EXEMPTIONS RELATING TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF A CITY PARK.
BILL: HB1927
Sponsor: Baltz
TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING LOAD LIMITS FOR VEHICLES HAULING CERTAIN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS.
BILL: HB1926
Sponsor: Hammer
TO INCREASE THE INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT RATE FOR CERTIFIED NURSE PRACTITIONERS.
BILL: HB1925
Sponsor: Hammer
TO REQUIRE INTERNAL AUDIT REPORTS PREPARED BY OR FOR ENTITIES OF THE STATE OR ITS POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS TO BE FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF LEGISLATIVE AUDIT.
BILL: HB1923
Sponsor: Miller
TO ENSURE THAT STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDS ARE DIRECTED TO RESPONSIBLE HEALTHCARE IN-HOME CAREGIVERS WHO PROVIDE CARE TO MEDICAID BENEFICIARIES.
BILL: HB1922
Sponsor: Murdock
TO ENSURE THAT AN INCREASE IN THE MINIMUM TEACHER SALARY SCHEDULE IS NOT AN UNFUNDED MANDATE.
BILL: HB1920
Sponsor: Dotson
TO AMEND LAWS CONCERNING FEES CHARGED BY THE OFFICE OF MOTOR VEHICLE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION.
BILL: HB1919
Sponsor: Dotson
CONCERNING MOTOR VEHICLE LIENS, ENCUMBRANCES, AND TITLE RETENTION INSTRUMENTS; AND TO REGULATE FILING REQUIREMENTS.
BILL: HB1918
Sponsor: Rushing
TO REGULATE THE WATER RATES BY A WATER PROVIDER TO NONRESIDENT CONSUMERS.
BILL: HB1917
Sponsor: Bragg
TO REGULATE THE APPEAL PROCEDURES OF AN INSURER FOR AN ADVERSE DETERMINATION DECISION OR THE DENIAL OF COVERAGE DUE TO A CHRONIC ILLNESS OF THE INSURED.
BILL: HB1916
Sponsor: Gonzales
TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION TO REPORT ON THE REVENUE IMPACT OF EACH TAX AND EACH TAX CREDIT, DEDUCTION, AND EXEMPTION.
BILL: HB1914
Sponsor: K. Ferguson
CONCERNING THE PROVISION OF PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICE TO CONSUMERS; AND TO AUTHORIZE ELECTRIC UTILITIES TO PROVIDE PREPAID ENERGY PROGRAMS.
BILL: HB1913
Sponsor: C. Douglas
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES.
BILL: HB1912
Sponsor: C. Douglas
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING LICENSURE.
BILL: HB1911
Sponsor: C. Douglas
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING ALTERNATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS.
BILL: HB1910
Sponsor: C. Douglas
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE TRAINING.
BILL: HB1903
Sponsor: Sabin
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DEFINITION OF "INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR" FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE SERVICES LAW.
BILL: HB1902
Sponsor: Sabin
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS OF STATE EMPLOYEES; AND TO ALLOW A STATE EMPLOYEE TO CONTRIBUTE TO CERTAIN COLLEGE SAVINGS PLANS WITH A VOLUNTARY DEDUCTION FROM HIS OR HER PAY.
BILL: HB1901
Sponsor: Sabin
TO AMEND THE ETHICS LAWS OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.
BILL: HB1900
Sponsor: Sabin
TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FOR TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES AND PROJECTS; AND TO CREATE THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION ACT.
BILL: HB1891
Sponsor: C. Douglas
TO REGULATE SECURITIES; AND TO REVISE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS AND EXEMPTIONS UNDER SECURITIES LAWS.
BILL: HB1890
Sponsor: Davis
TO CLARIFY THE TAX TREATMENT OF CERTAIN FOOD PRODUCTS.
BILL: HB1888
Sponsor: M.J. Gray
TO ESTABLISH THE CAMPUS SAFETY ENHANCEMENT ACT OF 2015.
BILL: HB1887
Sponsor: Lemons
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING SUICIDE PREVENTION.
BILL: HB1886
Sponsor: Lemons
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ANNEXATION AND MUNICIPAL SERVICES.
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BILL: HB1837
Sponsor: M.J. Gray
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING ACT PREPARATORY TRAINING.
BILL: HB1807
Sponsor: C. Douglas
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MULTI-AGENCY INSURANCE TRUST FUND ACT; TO PROVIDE FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY THREAT MITIGATION; TO ALLOW FOR ASSESSING AND INSURING RISK CONCERNING CYBERSECURITY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1806
Sponsor: Vaught
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE.
BILL: HB1805
Sponsor: Talley
CONCERNING THE ROLE OF A PROSECUTING ATTORNEY REGARDING THE RELEASE OF REPORTS AND ANALYTICAL WORK PERFORMED BY THE STATE CRIME LABORATORY.
BILL: HB1804
Sponsor: Eubanks
TO REQUIRE TRANSPARENCY OF ALL STATE CONTINGENCY FEE CONTRACTS WITH PRIVATE ATTORNEYS.
BILL: HB1803
Sponsor: Eads
TO REQUIRE THE STATE PLANT BOARD TO ESTABLISH STANDARDS FOR AND TO TEST FOR DIESEL FUEL ADDITIVES THAT AFFECT LUBRICITY.
BILL: HB1802
Sponsor: Jett
TO AMEND THE WATER RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVES ACT.
BILL: HB1801
Sponsor: Fielding
TO REPEAL MOTOR VEHICLE DEALER SERVICE AND HANDLING FEES.
BILL: HB1800
Sponsor: Fielding
TO CREATE THE STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE REGULATION OF THE COSMETOLOGY INDUSTRY.
BILL: HB1884
Sponsor: Hammer
CONCERNING THE CARRYING OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN BY A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSEE.
BILL: HB1883
Sponsor: Hammer
TO EVALUATE ALL MEDICAL PROFESSION BOARDS TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF THE BOARD.
BILL: HB1881
Sponsor: Hammer
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS.
BILL: HB1880
Sponsor: Hammer
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS.
BILL: HB1878
Sponsor: Hammer
AN ACT TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING DRIVER'S LICENSE REINSTATEMENT FEES.
BILL: HB1877
Sponsor: Hammer
TO ESTABLISH A MEDICAID PROGRAM CLAIM SCRUBBING PROCESS.
BILL: HB1876
Sponsor: Hammer
TO REQUIRE A STUDENT ENTERING INTO A MEDICAL PROFESSION EDUCATION PROGRAM TO UNDERGO A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK DURING THE APPLICATION PROCESS AND BEFORE LICENSURE.
BILL: HB1875
Sponsor: Johnson
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY OVER CERTAIN PROVIDERS.
BILL: HB1872
Sponsor: Johnson
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING REFUSE DISPOSAL BY CERTAIN MUNICIPALITIES.
BILL: HB1869
Sponsor: Hammer
TO ESTABLISH A PUBLIC CORRUPTION HOTLINE TO RECEIVE COMPLAINTS OF MISUSE OF PUBLIC FUNDS OR ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES BY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS.
BILL: HB1867
Sponsor: Hammer
TO ESTABLISH A HOSPICE DRUG DISPOSAL PROCEDURE.
BILL: HB1862
Sponsor: Murdock
TO REQUIRE THAT ISOLATED FUNDING AND ISOLATED SPECIAL NEEDS FUNDING ARE CONSIDERED A PART OF ADEQUACY AND ARE GIVEN THE SAME INFLATIONARY ADJUSTMENT.
BILL: HB1861
Sponsor: Murdock
TO ESTABLISH A MAXIMUM TEACHER SALARY SCHEDULE.
BILL: HB1860
Sponsor: Murdock
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING ADEQUACY AND EQUITY IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1859
Sponsor: Murdock
TO REPEAL ACT 1204 OF 2007.
BILL: HB1858
Sponsor: Murdock
TO AUTHORIZE THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO REACH A COMPROMISE AND SETTLEMENT OF THE DEER/MT. JUDEA SCHOOL FUNDING LAWSUIT.
BILL: HB1857
Sponsor: Murdock
TO MODIFY THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ISOLATED FUNDING AND ISOLATED SPECIAL NEEDS FUNDING, INCLUDING THE DISTRIBUTION OF THOSE FUNDS.
BILL: HB1856
Sponsor: Murdock
TO REMOVE TRANSPORTATION FUNDING FROM THE FOUNDATION FUNDING CALCULATION AND CREATE A TRANSPORTATION CATEGORICAL FUNDING; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1854
Sponsor: M.J. Gray
TO AMEND THE LAWS PERTAINING TO THE MARKETING, LABELING, AND IDENTIFICATION OF CATFISH AND CATFISH-LIKE SPECIES AND PRODUCTS.
BILL: HB1853
Sponsor: M.J. Gray
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS GRAIN DEALERS ACT; TO REGULATE GRAIN DEALERS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1852
Sponsor: Payton
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING METAL TRANSPORTER PLATES ISSUED UNDER ARKANSAS CODE § 27-14-1806.
BILL: HB1851
Sponsor: Neal
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING APPOINTMENTS TO AND MEMBERSHIP ON CERTAIN BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES, AND OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE BODIES.
BILL: HB1849
Sponsor: Payton
TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING THE CONTROL OF CONTAGIOUS DISEASES IN LIVESTOCK.
BILL: HB1848
Sponsor: Tucker
TO AMEND PROVISIONS CONCERNING USE OF A HANDHELD WIRELESS DEVICE IN A SCHOOL ZONE AND USE OF A HANDHELD WIRELESS DEVICE IN A CONSTRUCTION ZONE.
BILL: HB1847
Sponsor: D. Ferguson
TO PROHIBIT A HEALTH CARRIER FROM DENYING COVERAGE FOR HEALTHCARE SERVICES DUE TO AN INJURY SUSTAINED BY AN INSURED WHILE THE INSURED IS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.
BILL: HB1845
Sponsor: Murdock
TO ENSURE THAT SCHOOL DISTRICTS ARE PROVIDED ADEQUATE FUNDING FOR PERSONNEL AND TRANSPORTATION.
BILL: HB1844
Sponsor: Gillam
TO ESTABLISH A STATE BUSINESS PORTAL WITHIN THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE; AND TO PROMOTE EFFICIENT INTERACTIONS BETWEEN BUSINESS AND STATE GOVERNMENT.
BILL: HB1843
Sponsor: Murdock
TO PROMOTE FAIRNESS IN THE BIDDING PRACTICES FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLICLY FUNDED PROJECTS; AND TO REQUIRE JUSTIFICATION OF AWARDING A PUBLICLY FUNDED PROJECT TO A BIDDER OTHER THAN THE LOW BIDDER.
BILL: HB1841
Sponsor: Murdock
TO AMEND VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING HIGHLY QUALIFIED TEACHERS.
BILL: HB1838
Sponsor: Bennett
TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS AT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.
BILL: HB1835
Sponsor: Gossage
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS.
BILL: HB1834
Sponsor: Richey
TO ALLOW A CITY OF THE FIRST CLASS OR THE SECOND CLASS TO AUTHORIZE BY ORDINANCE THE ISSUANCE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD PERMITS TO RESTAURANTS FOR THE SALE OF MIXED DRINKS.
BILL: HB1833
Sponsor: Richey
CONCERNING SCENIC HIGHWAY DESIGNATIONS AND TO REDESIGNATE THE GREAT RIVER ROAD.
BILL: HB1831
Sponsor: Tucker
TO AMEND LAWS CONCERNING SPEED LIMITS IN CONSTRUCTION ZONES.
BILL: HB1830
Sponsor: Tucker
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS MANUFACTURER RESPONSIBILITY AND CONSUMER CONVENIENCE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT COLLECTION AND RECOVERY ACT;TO REQUIRE A RECOVERY PROGRAM FOR CERTAIN COMPUTING, DISPLAY, AND PRINTING EQUIPMENT.
BILL: HB1829
Sponsor: Ladyman
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED WHEN A VOTER REQUIRES ASSISTANCE IN CASTING HIS OR HER BALLOT.
BILL: HB1823
Sponsor: Dotson
TO PROMOTE, RECRUIT, AND RETAIN A HIGHLY SKILLED WORKFORCE IN THIS STATE; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING LICENSING, REGISTRATION, AND CERTIFICATION FOR CERTAIN PROFESSIONS.
BILL: HB1822
Sponsor: Bennett
REQUIRING THE PREPARATION OF A CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUE ASSESSMENT FOR CERTAIN BILLS FILED WITH THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
BILL: HB1821
Sponsor: V. Flowers
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS HEALTH PREVENTION AND WORKFORCE WELLNESS ACT; AND TO PROMOTE HEALTHY LIVING AND HABITS THROUGH BUSINESS OR EMPLOYER-SPONSORED INCENTIVES FOR EMPLOYEES.
BILL: HB1820
Sponsor: Tucker
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DECLARATION OF A COMMON NUISANCE.
BILL: HB1819
Sponsor: Tucker
CONCERNING COURT REPORTERS; CONCERNING THE REGULATION OF COURT REPORTING.
BILL: HB1818
Sponsor: Womack
TO AMEND VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING MAKE-UP DAYS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
BILL: HB1816
Sponsor: Wallace
TO ESTABLISH A HIGHWAY DESIGNATION FOR GOLD STAR FAMILIES.
BILL: HB1815
Sponsor: Love
TO AUTHORIZE RACIAL AND ETHNIC IMPACT STATEMENTS; AND TO ADDRESS RACIAL AND ETHNIC DISPARITIES.
BILL: HB1796
Sponsor: M. Gray
CONCERNING SPECIAL AND PARTIAL CENSUSES; AND TO PROVIDE AUTHORITY AND PROCEDURES FOR A PARTIAL SPECIAL CENSUS TO BE USED FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF HIGHWAY REVENUES.
BILL: HB1795
Sponsor: Gossage
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE NUMBER OF LIQUOR SALES PERMITS THAT MAY BE ISSUED REGARDING SMALL FARM WINES, BEER, AND LIGHT WINES.
BILL: HB1793
Sponsor: Gossage
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES, PER DIEM, AND MILEAGE COMPENSATION FOR MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
BILL: HB1791
Sponsor: Vines
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING HAZING.
BILL: HB1787
Sponsor: Bell
LIMITING THE LIABILITY OF A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY FOR ACTS COMMITTED BY A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER IN THE AGENCY'S EMPLOYMENT WHILE THE OFFICER IS WORKING FOR A THIRD PARTY OUTSIDE OF HIS OR HER NORMAL WORKING HOURS.
BILL: HB1783
Sponsor: Drown
TO ESTABLISH THE MILITARY FRAUD ACT.
BILL: HB1781
Sponsor: Hickerson
TO REDUCE THE SIZE OF THE STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM.
BILL: HB1780
Sponsor: Tosh
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE TEACHER EXCELLENCE AND SUPPORT SYSTEM.
BILL: HB1777
Sponsor: Tosh
PERMITTING A PROCESS SERVER TO ACCESS CERTAIN UTILITY COMPANY OR UTILITY SYSTEM INFORMATION.
BILL: HB1776
Sponsor: Lampkin
TO AMEND THE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND RECYCLING FUND ACT REGARDING THE COLLECTION OF FUNDS FOR THE COMPUTER AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT RECYCLING PROGRAM.
BILL: HB1773
Sponsor: Lowery
TO ESTABLISH THE TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANY SERVICES ACT; AND TO REGULATE A TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANY AND TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANY SERVICES.
BILL: HB1771
Sponsor: Shepherd
TO AMEND THE METHODS OF COLLECTING DELINQUENT TAXES, PENALTIES, AND INTEREST ON MINERAL INTERESTS.
BILL: HB1767
Sponsor: Sullivan
TO ESTABLISH A HUMAN TRAFFICKING CALL CENTER; AND CONCERNING THE REPORT OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING OFFENSES TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.
BILL: HB1766
Sponsor: Sullivan
CONCERNING THE CRIMINAL PENALTIES AND SENTENCES FOR PERSONS CONVICTED OF PATRONIZING A PROSTITUTE OR OTHER SIMILAR OFFENSE.
BILL: HB1765
Sponsor: Sullivan
TO CREATE AN ANTI-HUMAN TRAFFICKING LICENSE PLATE.
BILL: HB1764
Sponsor: Sullivan
TO PROVIDE A SAFE HARBOR FOR VICTIMS OF CERTAIN CRIMINAL OFFENSES.
BILL: HB1763
Sponsor: Sullivan
TO INCREASE THE FILING FEE FOR A DIVORCE ACTION; AND TO PROVIDE FUNDING FOR REHABILITATIVE SERVICES FOR CERTAIN VICTIMS OF CRIME.
BILL: HB1761
Sponsor: Neal
TO CLARIFY AND RESTORE THE LAW IN TEMPORARY TOTAL DISABILITY BENEFIT DETERMINATIONS AND EMPLOYEE MISCONDUCT AS A BASIS FOR TERMINATION UNDER THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW THAT RESULTED FROM INITIATED ACT NO. 4 OF 1948.
BILL: HB1759
Sponsor: Davis
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING PUBLIC EDUCATION.
BILL: HB1758
Sponsor: Davis
TO MODIFY THE REQUIREMENTS FOR A PERSONAL FINANCE COURSE.
BILL: HB1753
Sponsor: House
TO AMEND THE STATUTES REGARDING TOBACCO PRODUCTS; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE LIMITED DISCLOSURE OF CERTAIN INFORMATION RELATING TO TOBACCO SALES AND TAXATION.
BILL: HB1751
Sponsor: House
CONCERNING THE ADMINISTRATION OF A LETHAL INJECTION AT THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
Friday, March 6, 2015
BILL: HB1746
Sponsor: Tucker
TO PROVIDE INCENTIVES FOR THE PURCHASE OF ORGANIC MATERIALS.
BILL: HB1748
Sponsor: Tucker
CONCERNING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ARKANSAS P20W EDUCATIONAL DATA SYSTEM; AND TO IMPLEMENT THE ARKANSAS P20W EDUCATIONAL DATA SYSTEM ACT.
BILL: HB1745
Sponsor: Sorvillo
TO ESTABLISH AN INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX CREDIT OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM; AND TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR TUITION PAYMENTS FOR DEPENDENTS WITH CERTAIN DISABILITIES.
BILL: HB1742
Sponsor: Tosh
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM – PART 2.
BILL: HB1739
Sponsor: Vines
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING THE SHIPPING OF WINE.
BILL: HB1732
Sponsor: Harris
CONCERNING STATE EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION.
BILL: HB1726
Sponsor: Gossage
TO MODIFY THE PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING ASSESSMENTS.
BILL: HB1720
Sponsor: Shepherd
TO PROVIDE FOR FREE ACCESS TO THE STATUTORY PORTION OF THE ARKANSAS CODE THROUGH ELECTRONIC MEANS WITH NO RESTRICTIONS ON USE.
BILL: HB1718
Sponsor: Baine
TO PROVIDE INCENTIVES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT; AND TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT ACT.
BILL: HB1717
Sponsor: Rushing
TO REQUIRE A WATER PROVIDER TO EXTEND WATER UTILITY SERVICE TO NONRESIDENT CONSUMERS AND PROPERTY OWNERS.
BILL: HB1716
Sponsor: Pitsch
TO PROVIDE FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF A VEHICLE MILES TRAVELED TAX TO ADDRESS DECLINING FUEL TAX REVENUES.
BILL: HB1711
Sponsor: Talley
TO REGULATE EMBALMING, CREMATING, FUNERAL DIRECTING, TRANSPORTING HUMAN REMAINS, THE OPERATION OF FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENTS, CREMATORIUMS, TRANSPORT SERVICES, AND THE STATE BOARD OF EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
BILL: HB1708
Sponsor: Dotson
CREATING THE LIFETIME CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE; AND ESTABLISHING THE REQUIREMENTS, CRITERIA, AND FEES FOR THE LIFETIME CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE.
BILL: HB1705
Sponsor: Ballinger
AN ACT TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING THE REPARATION OF LANDFILLS; AND TO AUTHORIZE THE ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TO USE LANDFILL CLOSURE FUNDS FOR THE CLOSURE OF WASTE TIRE FACILITIES
Thursday, March 5, 2015
BILL: HB1696
Sponsor: G. Hodges
TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING EDUCATION.
BILL: HB1695
Sponsor: G. Hodges
TO AMEND VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF TITLE 6 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE.
BILL: HB1693
Sponsor: Tucker
TO AMEND LAWS CONCERNING PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS AND PRIVATE SECURITY AGENCIES; AND TO CLARIFY INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS AND THE AUTHORITY TO OPERATE AS A GUARD COMPANY IN AN INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY.
BILL: HB1692
Sponsor: C. Fite
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS WINE GRANTS EQUALIZATION ACT.
BILL: HB1690
Sponsor: Leding
TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF E-CIGARETTE.
BILL: HB1679
Sponsor: Gates
TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS.
BILL: HB1675
Sponsor: Magie
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE ADDITIONAL LIMITED VENUESFOR THE SALE OF RAFFLE TICKETS BY CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS.
BILL: HB1670
Sponsor: Lowery
TO PROTECT THE PARENTAL RIGHTS OF A PUTATIVE FATHER; AND TO VACATE AN ADOPTION WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM THE FINAL ADOPTION ORDER UPON EVIDENCE OF FRAUD OR A LACK OF KNOWLEDGE OF THE CHILD'S EXISTENCE.
BILL: HB1668
Sponsor: D. Douglas
TO REGULATE COLLECTION ACTIVITIES AND THE PRACTICES OF COLLECTION AGENCIES.
BILL: HB1655
Sponsor: Collins
TO REFORM RATE MAKING OF PUBLIC UTILITIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1649
Sponsor: J. Mayberry
THE VAN ACCESSIBLE PARKING ACT.
BILL: HB1645
Sponsor: Bentley
TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF A RESTRICTED DRIVING PERMIT UPON SUSPENSION OF THE DRIVER'S LICENSE OF A SPECIALTY COURT PROGRAM PARTICIPANT.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
BILL: HB1639
Sponsor: Lampkin
TO ADJUST THE POST-CLOSURE TRUST FUND.
BILL: HB1638
Sponsor: Baine
TO AMEND THE FIRE PREVENTION ACT; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING FIRE PREVENTION.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
BILL: HB1604
Sponsor: Magie
TO CREATE THE COMBATING PRESCRIPTION DRUG ABUSE ACT; AND TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG MONITORING PROGRAM.
BILL: HB1594
Sponsor: Sullivan
CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING; CONCERNING PERSONS WHO ENGAGE IN HUMAN TRAFFICKING; AND CONCERNING PERSONS WHO CONTRIBUTE TO THE OFFENSE OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING.
BILL: HB1590
Sponsor: Baine
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 19, SECTION 31, BY LAW AS PERMITTED BY ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 19, SECTION 31(L).
Monday, March 2, 2015
BILL: HB1541
Sponsor: Tucker
TO ENSURE STATE-FUNDED PREKINDERGARTEN PROGRAMS FOLLOW BEST PRACTICES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION FAMILY ENGAGEMENT AND STAFFING QUALIFICATIONS.
Thursday, February 26, 2015
BILL: HB1473
Sponsor: Petty
CONCERNING THE METHODS USED FOR CARRYING OUT A DEATH SENTENCE FOR CAPITAL MURDER OR TREASON.
Thursday, February 19, 2015
BILL: HB1413
Sponsor: Baine
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION OF A QUORUM COURT.
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
BILL: HB1384
Sponsor: Collins
TO REDUCE INCOME TAXES.
BILL: HB1383
Sponsor: Collins
TO REDUCE THE INCOME TAX APPLICABLE TO CAPITAL GAINS.
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
BILL: HB1322
Sponsor: Boyd
REQUIRING THAT CERTAIN JUVENILES FIRST BE CONVICTED OR FOUND DELINQUENT BEFORE A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY MAY TAKE HIS OR HER FINGERPRINTS.
Monday, February 9, 2015
BILL: HB1291
Sponsor: Jett
TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX LAWS; AND TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX APPLICABLE TO CAPITAL GAINS.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
BILL: HB1250
Sponsor: Vines
CONCERNING BAIL BONDS; CONCERNING THE PROFESSIONAL BAIL BOND COMPANY AND PROFESSIONAL BAIL BONDSMAN LICENSING BOARD; CONCERNING BAIL BONDSMAN LICENSING; CONCERNING BAIL BONDS AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM.
Monday, February 2, 2015
BILL: HB1216
Sponsor: D. Whitaker
CONCERNING THE BENEFITS OF LOCAL FIREMEN'S RELIEF AND PENSION FUNDS AND LOCAL POLICEMEN'S PENSION AND RELIEF FUNDS.
BILL: HB1215
Sponsor: House
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT PLANS; TO SPECIFY THE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF ALL TAXPAYER-FUNDED RETIREMENT SYSTEMS; AND TO SPECIFY THE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF ALL PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEMS.
BILL: HB1211
Sponsor: Dotson
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING RETIREMENT CREDIT AND THE ARKANSAS LOCAL POLICE AND FIRE RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
BILL: HB1200
Sponsor: Leding
TO AMEND THE STATUTES CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
BILL: HB1199
Sponsor: Leding
TO AMEND THE STATUTES CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
BILL: HB1198
Sponsor: Leding
TO AMEND THE STATUTES CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS LOCAL POLICE AND FIRE RETIREMENT SYSTEM; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING LOCAL POLICE AND FIRE PENSION AND RELIEF FUNDS.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
BILL: HB1185
Sponsor: Leding
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS VETERANS TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY RECOVERY AND TREATMENT ACT.
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
BILL: HB1184
Sponsor: Neal
CONCERNING THE RATIO OF PHARMACY TECHNICIANS TO SUPERVISING PHARMACISTS.
BILL: HB1182
Sponsor: Ballinger
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS.
BILL: HB1175
Sponsor: Branscum
TO AMEND AND UPDATE THE ARKANSAS ATHLETIC TRAINERS ACT.
Monday, January 26, 2015
BILL: HB1158
Sponsor: Womack
TO STIMULATE JOB CREATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WHILE PRESERVING HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS.
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
BILL: HB1107
Sponsor: Gossage
TO AMEND THE STATUTES CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
Monday, January 12, 2015
BILL: HB1002
Sponsor: Sabin
CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF THE ARKANSAS ETHICS COMMISSION TO INTERPRET ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 94; TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAWS RESULTING FROM AN INITIATED ACT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.