Bills in Senate Committees


Bill No.
Bill Subtitle
Sponsor
AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - SENATE
BILL: HB1426
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS FAIR FOOD DELIVERY ACT.
BILL: HB1525
CONCERNING THE UNLAWFUL POSSESSION, TRANSPORTATION, AND USE OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA.
BILL: HB1743
TO AMEND THE DIGITAL PRODUCT AND MOTION PICTURE INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 2009.
BILL: SB8
TO NAME THE VISITORS CENTER IN PETIT JEAN STATE PARK; AND TO HONOR DR. T.W. HARDISON.
BILL: SB80
TO REQUIRE THE GOVERNOR TO APPOINT POTENTIAL MEMBERS TO THE STATE PLANT BOARD.
BILL: SB385
TO ESTABLISH A GATED RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY LOGGING PERMIT; AND TO REQUIRE AN INDIVIDUAL LOGGING IN A GATED RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY TO FOLLOW THE ARKANSAS FORESTRY COMMISSION'S BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES.
BILL: SB461
TO ESTABLISH THE FARMERS RIGHT TO REPAIR ACT; AND TO REQUIRE AN ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER TO PROVIDE ESSENTIAL INFORMATION TO FARMERS TO REPAIR FARM EQUIPMENT.
BILL: SB523
TO AUTHORIZE THE ARKANSAS STATE GAME AND FISH COMMISSION TO PROMULGATE RULES ALLOWING A ONE-TIME FEE ADJUSTMENT TO HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSES FOR RESIDENTS BASED ON CERTAIN CRITERIA; AND TO REQUIRE REPORTING BY THE COMMISSION.
BILL: SB533
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS DEVELOPMENT FINANCE AUTHORITY SMALL BUSINESS ACT OF 1989; TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS DEVELOPMENT FINANCE AUTHORITY BOND GUARANTY ACT OF 1985; AND TO REPEAL THE VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTMENT ACT OF 2001.
BILL: SB571
TO PROHIBIT THE ARKANSAS DEVELOPMENT FINANCE AUTHORITY FROM COMMITTING TO NEW INVESTMENTS UNDER THE VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTMENT ACT OF 2001.
BILL: SB654
TO EXTEND THE PERIOD OF A VISITING QUALIFYING PATIENT REGISTRY IDENTIFICATION CARD FOR MEDICAL MARIJUANA.
BILL: SB659
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE NORTHEAST ARKANSAS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, INC.
CITY, COUNTY & LOCAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - SENATE
BILL: HB1280
TO PERMIT AN EXECUTIVE SESSION UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967 TO CONSIDER CERTAIN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS; AND TO PERMIT A GOVERNING BODY'S ATTORNEY TO ATTEND CERTAIN EXECUTIVE SESSIONS.
BILL: HB1364
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS UNDERGROUND FACILITIES DAMAGE PREVENTION ACT; AND TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS UNDERGROUND FACILITIES DAMAGE PREVENTION ENFORCEMENT BOARD.
BILL: HB1390
TO ESTABLISH ARKANSAS AS A SECOND AMENDMENT SANCTUARY STATE; CONCERNING THE RIGHTS OF A PERSON WHO POSSESSES A FIREARM; AND TO REQUIRE RATIFICATION TO RECOGNIZE FEDERAL FIREARMS LAWS.
Rye
BILL: HB1422
TO AMEND THE AUTHORITY OF THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD.
BILL: HB1463
TO CLARIFY THE LAW CONCERNING MUNICIPAL REGULATION OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDING DESIGN.
BILL: HB1630
TO AMEND A MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER UTILITY STATUTORY REQUIREMENT TO BE CONSISTENT WITH MUNICIPAL WATER UTILITY LAW.
BILL: HB1639
TO AUTHORIZE EMPLOYEES AND INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS OF A COUNTY ASSESSOR’S OFFICE TO ENTER UPON AND INSPECT PROPERTY TO DETERMINE PROPERTY VALUES.
BILL: HB1660
TO CLARIFY THAT DECISIONS OF A MUNICIPAL BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT ARE APPEALED TO CIRCUIT COURT UNLESS THE GOVERNING BODY OF A MUNICIPALITY PROVIDES BY ORDINANCE THAT THE GOVERNING BODY SHALL HEAR APPEALS FIRST.
BILL: HB1704
TO AMEND THE LAW TO PROHIBIT MUNICIPALITIES AND COUNTIES FROM RESTRICTING THE USE OF AUXILIARY CONTAINERS.
Ray
BILL: HB1748
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ON SUNDAY; AND TO ALLOW THE GOVERNING BODY OF A CITY OR COUNTY TO CALL A REFERENDUM ELECTION FOR THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ON SUNDAY.
BILL: HB1824
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING RECORDERS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE UNIFORM FEE FOR RECORDING INSTRUMENTS.
BILL: HB1845
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING MICROBREWERY-RESTAURANT PRIVATE CLUBS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING ADVERTISING BY MICROBREWERY-RESTAURANT PRIVATE CLUBS.
BILL: HB1860
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING COUNTY APPROPRIATIONS.
BILL: SB182
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING DELINQUENCIES IN IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS.
BILL: SB243
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING INTERLOCAL COOPERATION CONCERNING THE HEALTH INSURANCE OF RETIRED EMPLOYEES.
BILL: SB342
CONCERNING THE ABILITY OF A PERSON WHO HAD AND WAS SUCCESSFULLY TREATED FOR A MENTAL ILLNESS IN THE PAST TO APPLY FOR AND POSSESS A LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN.
BILL: SB343
RESTORING A PERSON'S RIGHT TO POSSESS A FIREARM UNDER STATE LAW AFTER A CERTAIN PERIOD OF TIME AFTER THE PERSON'S CONVICTION FOR A NONVIOLENT FELONY OFFENSE.
BILL: SB377
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING SIGNS IN MUNICIPALITIES, COUNTIES, AND HORIZONTAL PROPERTY REGIMES.
BILL: SB452
TO REQUIRE THAT APPORTIONMENT OF WARDS BE CONDUCTED BY THE COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING DESIGNATION OF WARDS IN MUNICIPALITIES.
BILL: SB495
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING PROVIDING TOBACCO PRODUCTS TO MINORS; AND TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "MINOR".
BILL: SB497
TO ESTABLISH THE AGRITOURISM STIMULUS FOR WINEGROWERS.
BILL: SB506
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING MEMBERS OF A PUBLIC FACILITIES BOARD.
BILL: SB538
TO CREATE A PUBLIC HOUSE PERMIT FOR THE ON-PREMISES CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES.
BILL: SB546
TO AMEND THE DIRECT SHIPMENT OF VINOUS LIQUOR ACT; AND TO ESTABLISH A WINE DIRECT SHIPPER PERMIT.
BILL: SB551
TO AMEND THE UNFAIR CIGARETTE SALES ACT.
BILL: SB567
TO AMEND THE LAW GOVERNING THE CONFIDENTIALITY OF CORONERS' REPORTS AND OTHER RECORDS.
BILL: SB628
TO PERMIT ARKANSAS-BASED CIGAR SHOPS TO SELL CIGARS AT RETAIL ONLINE.
BILL: SB631
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING HARD CIDER; AND TO AUTHORIZE A HARD CIDER MANUFACTURER TO DELIVER HARD CIDER.
BILL: SB645
TO ESTABLISH A PATH TO RESTORATION OF THE RIGHT TO POSSESS A FIREARM; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE DISCHARGE, DISMISSAL, AND SEALING OF A FELONY CONVICTION.
BILL: SB647
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ANNUAL AUDITS AND PROCEDURES OF WATER AND SEWER SYSTEMS.
EDUCATION COMMITTEE - SENATE
BILL: HB1021
TO CREATE THE FIRST-YEAR MEDICAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM ACT.
BILL: HB1591
ALLOWING A SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT TO INFORM A SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER OF THE SUSPENSION OF A TEACHER OR A RECOMMENDATION FOR THE TERMINATION OF A TEACHER.
BILL: HB1592
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS STUDENT PROTECTION ACT.
BILL: HB1610
CONCERNING THE USE OF STUDENT RESTRAINTS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS OR EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS.
BILL: HB1611
TO ALLOW PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND OPEN-ENROLLMENT PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS TO USE FUNDING TO PROVIDE FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCTS AT NO CHARGE IN EACH PUBLIC SCHOOL AND OPEN-ENROLLMENT PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL.
BILL: HB1671
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS STUDENT-ATHLETE PUBLICITY RIGHTS ACT.
BILL: HB1700
TO IMPROVE STUDENT OUTCOMES BY PROVIDING STUDENTS, PARENTS, AND GUIDANCE COUNSELORS WITH RELIABLE INFORMATION REGARDING THE COST OF COLLEGE AND JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN ARKANSAS.
BILL: HB1701
TO ALLOW CREATIONISM AS A THEORY OF HOW THE EARTH CAME TO EXIST TO BE TAUGHT IN KINDERGARTEN THROUGH GRADE TWELVE CLASSES IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND OPEN-ENROLLMENT PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS.
BILL: HB1707
TO ABOLISH THE ALLOCATION OF ENROLLMENT POSITIONS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS COLLEGE OF MEDICINE BASED ON CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT AND ARKANSAS RESIDENCY.
BILL: HB1749
TO PROHIBIT REQUIRING PUBLIC SCHOOL AND INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION EMPLOYEES FROM ADDRESSING A STUDENT BY A TERM THAT IDENTIFIES A STUDENT AS MALE OR FEMALE AND THAT IS INCONSISTENT WITH THE STUDENT'S BIOLOGICAL SEX.
BILL: HB1770
TO REQUIRE THAT CERTAIN INFORMATION BE INCLUDED ON STUDENT IDENTIFICATION CARDS OR IDENTIFICATION BADGES.
BILL: HB1809
CONCERNING THE TRANSFER OF A FAMILY IN NEED OF SERVICES CASE.
BILL: HB1830
TO CREATE THE RELIGIOUS VIEWPOINT ANTIDISCRIMINATION ACT.
BILL: SB25
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE LIMITATION ON SCHOOL CHOICE TRANSFERS UNDER THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE ACT OF 2015.
BILL: SB33
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE INTERSTATE COMPACT ON EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR MILITARY CHILDREN.
BILL: SB142
CONCERNING FUNDING BASED ON THE AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP OF A SCHOOL DISTRICT OR OPEN-ENROLLMENT PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB191
TO CHANGE THE NAME OF THE FORUM ACT; TO AMEND THE RESTRICTIONS AN INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION MAY IMPOSE ON FREE EXPRESSION; AND TO AMEND THE AREAS THAT CONSTITUTE A PUBLIC FORUM FOR MEMBERS OF THE CAMPUS COMMUNITY.
BILL: SB291
TO SUPPORT ARKANSAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMMUNITY SCHOOL APPROACH.
BILL: SB314
TO ESTABLISH THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT SHALL BE RETURNED TO LOCAL CONTROL; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB348
TO CREATE THE EDUCATION OMBUDSMAN DIVISION WITHIN THE DIVISION OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION.
BILL: SB457
TO EXPAND ELIGIBILITY FOR THE ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM - PART 2 TO INCLUDE A STUDENT WHO IS ACCEPTED INTO AN APPROVED COMPREHENSIVE TRANSITION AND POSTSECONDARY PROGRAM.
BILL: SB462
TO AMEND THE LAW WITH RESPECT TO BASIC ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR AWARDS GRANTED UNDER THE ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM — PART 2.
BILL: SB472
TO AMEND THE TERM OF OFFICE OF A MEMBER OF A SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS; AND TO AMEND THE DATE ON WHICH AN ELECTION OF A SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS SHALL BE HELD.
BILL: SB501
TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF CORPORAL PUNISHMENT ON A CHILD WHO HAS AN INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM.
BILL: SB540
TO SPECIFY TERMS REGARDING TERMINATION AND BUYOUT AGREEMENTS THAT A CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT FOR A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT SHALL INCLUDE.
BILL: SB564
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS TUTORING CORPS ACT; TO SUPPORT THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A SUSTAINABLE TUTORING PROGRAM IN RESPONSE TO LEARNING LOSS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB569
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS.
BILL: SB576
TO REQUIRE A PUBLIC SCHOOL TO ADOPT ATTENDANCE POLICY REQUIREMENTS UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS ATTENDING SCHOOL VIRTUALLY OR REMOTELY.
BILL: SB609
TO CREATE THE TRANSPARENCY IN FOREIGN INVESTMENT ACT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB618
TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE ACCEPTANCE OF CERTAIN FEDERAL BENEFITS PROMOTING VOCATIONAL EDUCATION.
BILL: SB619
TO AMEND THE TERM OF OFFICE OF A MEMBER OF A SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS; AND TO AMEND THE DATE ON WHICH AN ELECTION FOR A SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS SHALL BE HELD IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
BILL: SB629
TO ALLOW A SCHOOL DISTRICT THAT HAS EXPERIENCED A DECLINE IN AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP TO RECEIVE BOTH DECLINING ENROLLMENT FUNDING AND SPECIAL NEEDS ISOLATED FUNDING.
BILL: SB630
TO CREATE THE PHILANTHROPIC INVESTMENT IN ARKANSAS KIDS PROGRAM ACT.
BILL: SB638
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS MILITARY CHILD SCHOOL TRANSITIONS ACT OF 2021; AND TO ADVANCE ACHIEVEMENT OF EDUCATIONAL SUCCESS ON BEHALF OF CHILDREN OF MILITARY FAMILIES.
BILL: SB648
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS CHALLENGE PLUS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.
BILL: SB649
TO REQUIRE THAT A CERTAIN PERCENTAGE OF LOTTERY PROCEEDS BE NET PROCEEDS THAT ARE USED FOR SCHOLARSHIPS; AND TO REQUIRE THAT THE PERCENTAGE OF NET PROCEEDS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS INCREASE YEAR BY YEAR.
BILL: SB655
TO CREATE THE EDUCATION FOR HEALTHY YOUTH ACT.
BILL: SB656
TO AMEND THE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT REQUIREMENT CONCERNING TEEN SUICIDE AWARENESS AND PREVENTION; AND TO REQUIRE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO DEVELOP PROCEDURES CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, AND SUICIDE PREVENTION.
BILL: SB660
TO CREATE A NETWORK OF CERTIFIED ACADEMIC LANGUAGE THERAPISTS TO PROVIDE A SPECIALIZED DYSLEXIA INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH DYSLEXIA OR RELATED READING AND WRITTEN-LANGUAGE DIFFICULTIES.
BILL: SB661
TO ESTABLISH THE ASPIRE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM; TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING CASINO GAMING; AND TO DIRECT DISTRIBUTION OF CERTAIN NET CASINO GAMING RECEIPTS TAX REVENUES AND NET CASINO GAMING RECEIPTS.
BILL: SB662
TO ESTABLISH A DAY OF PRAYER FOR ARKANSAS STUDENTS.
INSURANCE & COMMERCE - SENATE
BILL: HB1156
TO ENHANCE THE 911 SYSTEM IN ARKANSAS; TO MODIFY THE DISTRIBUTION OF MONEYS IN THE ARKANSAS HIGH COST FUND; AND TO MODIFY THE DISTRIBUTION OF MONEYS IN THE ARKANSAS 911 RURAL ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM FUND.
BILL: HB1362
TO EXTEND THE PILOT PROGRAM ON COVERAGE FOR MORBID OBESITY DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT UNDER THE STATE AND PUBLIC SCHOOL LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM.
BILL: HB1467
TO REPEAL THE ARKANSAS LIFELINE INDIVIDUAL VERIFICATION EFFORT CORPORATION ACT.
BILL: HB1557
TO REQUIRE ELECTRIC UTILITIES TO HAVE AN EMERGENCY PLAN IN PLACE DURING CERTAIN WEATHER EVENTS; AND TO REQUIRE AN ELECTRIC UTILITY TO DIRECTLY NOTIFY LOCAL GOVERNMENTS OF CERTAIN EMERGENCY MEASURES TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION.
BILL: HB1569
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS FAIRNESS IN COST SHARING ACT.
BILL: HB1642
TO PROMOTE SUCCESSFUL FAMILIES IN PUBLIC HOUSING.
BILL: HB1801
TO PROHIBIT A CHANGE TO A DESIGNATED OR NAMED BENEFICIARY OF A LIFE INSURANCE POLICY OR ANNUITY CONTRACT THROUGH A WILL.
BILL: HB1802
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING UNFAIR PRACTICES RELATED TO RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE REPAIR CONTRACTS; AND TO PROHIBIT A PROMISE TO PAY OR TO REBATE AN INSURANCE POLICY DEDUCTIBLE UNDER A RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE REPAIR CONTRACT.
BILL: HB1805
TO ESTABLISH A PROPERTY OWNER'S RIGHT TO REPAIR ANY DEFECT OR DISREPAIR ON THE PREMISES.
BILL: HB1834
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS TIME-SHARE ACT.
BILL: SB81
TO AMEND THE LAW PROHIBITING SPOOFING; TO REGULATE MUNICIPAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE PROVIDERS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB112
CONCERNING SUITABILITY IN ANNUITY CONTRACT TRANSACTIONS.
BILL: SB198
TO ESTABLISH THE PATIENT CREDIT PROTECTION ACT.
BILL: SB203
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS INSURANCE BUSINESS TRANSFER ACT.
BILL: SB260
TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF AN EXPERIENCE MODIFICATION FACTOR IN CERTAIN CONTRACTS AND PROCUREMENTS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB309
TO AMEND THE REQUIREMENTS FOR COVERAGE FOR COLORECTAL CANCER SCREENING.
BILL: SB351
TO REGULATE PEER-TO-PEER CAR-SHARING PROGRAMS; AND TO CREATE THE PEER-TO-PEER CAR-SHARING PROGRAM ACT.
BILL: SB489
TO AMEND THE FORMULA RATE REVIEW ACT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB587
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE STATE AND PUBLIC SCHOOL LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE BOARD; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB594
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD-TENANT ACT OF 2007; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING A CAUSE OF ACTION FOR UNLAWFUL DETAINER AND FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETAINER.
BILL: SB601
TO REPEAL THE SMALL BUSINESS ENTITY TAX PASS THROUGH ACT; AND TO ESTABLISH THE UNIFORM LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY ACT.
BILL: SB602
TO MODIFY THE LAW CONCERNING COVERAGE FOR CRANIOFACIAL ANOMALY RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY; TO ESTABLISH WENDELYN'S CRANIOFACIAL LAW; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB639
TO AUTHORIZE OFF-LABEL USE OF DRUG TREATMENTS TO TREAT PATIENTS DIAGNOSED WITH PEDIATRIC ACUTE-ONSET NEUROPSYCHIATRIC SYNDROME AND PEDIATRIC AUTOIMMUNE NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS ASSOCIATED WITH STREPTOCOCCAL INFECTION.
BILL: SB651
TO REGULATE THE POLITICAL ACTIVITY OF A CORPORATION.
BILL: SB653
TO AMEND BUSINESS CORPORATION LAW; TO MODIFY THE ARKANSAS BUSINESS CORPORATION ACT OF 1987; AND TO ENSURE FAIR WORKER REPRESENTATION ON A CORPORATE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
BILL: SB664
TO EXEMPT HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNT-QUALIFIED HEALTH INSURANCE POLICIES FROM CERTAIN INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS; AND TO CLARIFY THE COVERAGE OF DIAGNOSTIC EXAMINATIONS FOR BREAST CANCER UNDER CERTAIN PLANS.
JUDICIARY COMMITTEE - SENATE
BILL: HB1179
TO ADD AN ADDITIONAL PERMANENT DISQUALIFYING OFFENSE ON CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS.
BILL: HB1323
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS IN-LIFE PHOTOGRAPH ACT; AND PERMITTING THE IN-LIFE PHOTOGRAPH OF A CRIME VICTIM TO BE DISPLAYED AT THE TRIAL OF A PERSON ACCUSED OF COMMITTING THE HOMICIDE.
BILL: HB1388
TO PROVIDE FOR VOLUNTARY POST-ADOPTION CONTACT AGREEMENTS.
BILL: HB1466
CONCERNING THE GARLAND COUNTY DISTRICT COURT; AND TO REPEAL OBSOLETE STATUTORY LANGUAGE.
BILL: HB1497
EXPANDING THE PERMITTED USE OF A CERTIFIED FACILITY DOG FOR VULNERABLE WITNESSES.
BILL: HB1499
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS CHILD ABUSE/RAPE/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COMMISSION; CONCERNING NOTICE OF SEVERE MALTREATMENT REPORTS; AND CONCERNING CERTAIN ANNUAL REPORTS SUBMITTED BY THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS.
BILL: HB1518
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CREATION OF A TRUST; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING A POWER OF ATTORNEY AS IT RELATES TO THE CREATION AND VALIDITY OF A TRUST.
BILL: HB1561
CONCERNING THE DEFINITION OF "TARGET GROUP" AS IT APPLIES TO COMMUNITY CORRECTION.
BILL: HB1571
CONCERNING ATTORNEY AD LITEM PROGRAMS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING GUARDIANS AD LITEM AND ATTORNEYS AD LITEM.
BILL: HB1586
CONCERNING THE OFFENSE OF VIDEO VOYEURISM.
BILL: HB1587
CONCERNING HABITUAL OFFENDERS; AND REQUIRING A PERSON CONVICTED AS A HABITUAL OFFENDER TO SERVE A PERIOD OF TIME IN PRISON.
BILL: HB1605
CONCERNING PAYMENT FOR A COURT TRANSCRIPT.
BILL: HB1606
CONCERNING COURT REPORTERS AND TRANSCRIPT FEES.
BILL: HB1616
CONCERNING RETIRED DISTRICT COURT JUDGES; AND CONCERNING APPOINTED SPECIAL JUDGES.
BILL: HB1625
TO BE KNOWN AS THE "SAFE TRAILS ACT"; TO PRESERVE, PROMOTE, AND SUSTAIN AN EXCELLENT QUALITY OF LIFE.
BILL: HB1646
CONCERNING THE DEFINITION OF "PERSON" IN THE ARKANSAS CRIMINAL CODE.
BILL: HB1653
CONCERNING THE REQUIREMENTS THAT NEED TO BE MET BEFORE A SEX OFFENDER CAN HAVE HIS OR HER OBLIGATION TO REGISTER TERMINATED.
BILL: HB1668
CONCERNING THE PENALTIES FOR THE OFFENSE OF STALKING.
BILL: HB1669
CONCERNING THE OFFENSES OF DOMESTIC BATTERING IN THE SECOND DEGREE AND DOMESTIC BATTERING IN THE THIRD DEGREE.
BILL: HB1670
CONCERNING THE COMMENCEMENT OF A PROSECUTION AND CONCERNING THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR CERTAIN OFFENSES.
BILL: HB1718
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS TRUST CODE CONCERNING CREDITOR CLAIMS AGAINST PROPERTY HELD IN SPENDTHRIFT AND DISCRETIONARY TRUSTS.
BILL: HB1736
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE RIGHT OF A JUVENILE TO REMAIN IN FOSTER CARE AFTER REACHING THE AGE OF MAJORITY.
BILL: HB1739
CONCERNING THE VIOLATION OF A NO CONTACT ORDER ISSUED BY A COURT IN RELATION TO CERTAIN OFFENSES, INCLUDING SEX TRAFFICKING-RELATED AND TERRORISTIC THREATENING OFFENSES.
BILL: HB1740
TO COMBAT SEX TRAFFICKING OF MINORS; AND TO PROTECT THE CHILDREN OF ARKANSAS FROM SEXUAL PREDATORS AND PEDOPHILES.
BILL: HB1741
CONCERNING CONDITIONS OF RELEASE ON BAIL FOR PERSONS ARRESTED FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING-RELATED OFFENSES.
BILL: HB1754
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CHILD SUPPORT.
BILL: HB1813
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE RIGHT TO COUNSEL UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989; AND CONCERNING A PUTATIVE PARENT'S RIGHT TO COUNSEL UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989.
BILL: HB1814
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD IN CERTAIN HEARINGS HELD UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989; AND TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "PARENT" UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989.
BILL: HB1815
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING DEPENDENCY-NEGLECT PETITIONS, HEARINGS, AND THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS AS IT RELATES TO A PUTATIVE PARENT UNDER THE ARKANSAS JUVENILE CODE OF 1989.
BILL: SB3
CREATING A SENTENCE ENHANCEMENT FOR CERTAIN OFFENSES COMMITTED AGAINST A PERSON DUE TO THE PERSON'S ATTRIBUTES; AND TO REQUIRE AN ANNUAL REPORT CONCERNING THE COMMISSION OF HATE CRIMES IN ARKANSAS.
BILL: SB15
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS EMERGENCY SERVICES ACT OF 1973 CONCERNING THE SUSPENSION OF REGULATORY STATUTES, ORDERS, OR RULES DURING AN EMERGENCY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB29
TO MAKE TRAFFICKING FENTANYL A CAPITAL OFFENSE; CONCERNING CAPITAL OFFENSES; AND CONCERNING FENTANYL OFFENSES.
BILL: SB146
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC GUARDIAN FOR ADULTS; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DUTIES OF THE PUBLIC GUARDIAN FOR ADULTS.
BILL: SB177
CONCERNING UNLAWFUL IMPAIRMENT OF OR DISRUPTION TO THE OPERATION OF A VITAL PUBLIC FACILITY OR TO ESSENTIAL INFRASTRUCTURE.
BILL: SB187
TO REQUIRE THE STUDY OF DISPARITIES IN THE TREATMENT OF MOTHERS AND FATHERS IN CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION CASES; AND TO REQUIRE A STUDY ON THE IMPACT THAT FALSE REPORTS OF CHILD MALTREATMENT HAVE ON THE PARTIES TO THE CASE.
BILL: SB190
TO REMOVE A DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION AS AN AVAILABLE PENALTY FOR OFFENSES NOT RELATED TO DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE.
BILL: SB197
TO REFORM THE CIVIL ASSET FORFEITURE PROCESS; CONCERNING PROPERTY USED IN THE COMMISSION OF AN OFFENSE THAT IS SEIZED AND FORFEITED AS A RESULT OF A CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION.
BILL: SB255
TO ESTABLISH RECOVERY OF DAMAGES FOR NECESSARY MEDICAL CARE, TREATMENT, OR SERVICES RENDERED.
BILL: SB315
CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS COURT SECURITY ACT; TO ADDRESS COURTS THAT LACK PROPER SECURITY; TO CREATE THE COURT SECURITY FEE.
BILL: SB346
CONCERNING THE USE OF AUDIO MEDIA, VISUAL MEDIA, AND AUDIOVISUAL MEDIA BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, DISPATCH CENTERS, PUBLIC SAFETY ANSWERING POINTS, JAILS, AND DETENTION CENTERS.
BILL: SB353
TO ABATE OR ELIMINATE THE COLLECTION OF OUTSTANDING MISDEMEANOR FINES, FEES, AND COSTS ORDERED TO BE PAID BY A PERSON WHO IS IN THE CUSTODY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS; TO CREATE A TASK FORCE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB455
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CERTAIN FEES, EXPENSES, AND OTHER COSTS IMPOSED ON A JUVENILE OR THE PARENT, GUARDIAN, OR CUSTODIAN OF A JUVENILE.
BILL: SB476
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING EVICTION PROCEEDINGS; TO ALLOW THE COURT TO SEAL CERTAIN COURT RECORDS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB499
CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA.
BILL: SB529
CONCERNING THE RETURN OF STOLEN PROPERTY IN THE POSSESSION OF A PAWNBROKER TO THE RIGHTFUL OWNER.
BILL: SB555
CONCERNING THE POSSESSION OR STORAGE OF A PERSON'S FIREARM WHEN A PERSON LEAVES HIS OR HER FIREARM INSIDE OF HIS OR HER CAR IN HIS OR HER EMPLOYER'S PARKING LOT.
BILL: SB565
CONCERNING THE SENTENCING OF A PERSON WHO HAS BEEN CHARGED AND IS BEING SENTENCED AS AN ADULT FOR AN OFFENSE HE OR SHE COMMITTED AS A MINOR.
BILL: SB577
TO MAKE AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1993.
BILL: SB578
ELIMINATING THE COURT AUTOMATION FEE REQUIRED TO BE PAID WHEN A PERSON IS PAYING HIS OR HER COURT FINES ON AN INSTALLMENT BASIS.
BILL: SB591
CONCERNING THE SENTENCING OF A PERSON WHO COMMITTED AN OFFENSE BEFORE HE OR SHE TURNED TWENTY-ONE YEARS OF AGE.
BILL: SB612
PERMITTING THE REMOTE TESTIMONY OF A CHILD.
BILL: SB626
CONCERNING BAIL BOND TRANSPARENCY.
BILL: SB633
TO AMEND THE SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION ACT OF 1997; AND TO ADD TO THE LIST OF SEX OFFENDERS OR PERSONS CHARGED WITH A SEX OFFENSE SUBJECT TO ELECTRONIC MONITORING.
BILL: SB641
TO AMEND THE PROFESSIONAL BAIL BOND COMPANY AND PROFESSIONAL BAIL BONDSMAN LICENSING BOARD.
BILL: SB646
TEMPORARILY EXTENDING THE STATUTES OF LIMITATION FOR ALL CIVIL ACTIONS DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS 2019 (COVID-19) PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB652
AMENDING THE FAIR SENTENCING FOR MINORS ACT.
PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR COMMITTEE - SENATE
BILL: HB1177
TO AUTHORIZE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES PERSONNEL TO ADMINISTER CERTAIN EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS TO A PATIENT WHO HAS A SPECIFIC HEALTH CONDITION.
BILL: HB1199
TO AMEND THE PROVISIONS CONCERNING CONTRACTS, REPORTS, AND RECORDS OF PEST CONTROL SERVICES.
BILL: HB1439
TO UPDATE THE VOLUNTEER HEALTH CARE ACT; AND TO INCLUDE THERAPISTS, ADDICTION SPECIALISTS, AND COUNSELORS IN THE VOLUNTEER HEALTHCARE PROGRAM.
BILL: HB1459
TO ENSURE THAT ALL HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS ARE REIMBURSED FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES BY THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM.
BILL: HB1465
TO REQUIRE LICENSING ENTITIES TO CONSIDER THE GOOD MORAL CHARACTER OF AN INDIVIDUAL BEFORE ISSUING A LICENSE TO AN INDIVIDUAL.
BILL: HB1520
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING OCCUPATIONAL CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS; AND TO ENSURE THAT LICENSEES WHO WERE LICENSED PRIOR TO THE ENACTMENT OF ACTS 2019, NO. 990, ARE ALLOWED TO MAINTAIN THEIR LICENSES.
BILL: HB1582
TO AUTHORIZE A MULTIYEAR LICENSE OR REGISTRATION FOR A PHYSICIAN BY THE ARKANSAS STATE MEDICAL BOARD.
BILL: HB1585
TO REQUIRE EMPLOYEES OF CERTAIN HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS TO HAVE A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK.
BILL: HB1612
TO REQUIRE EVALUATION AND RESTRUCTURING OF LICENSURE FEES RELATED TO THE PRACTICE OF PHYSICAL THERAPY.
BILL: HB1664
TO AMEND THE ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE RESOURCE ACT; AND TO CLARIFY THE AUTHORITY OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE OFFICER, ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLATIONS CITED, AND THE JUDICIAL VENUE WHERE CITATIONS ARE FILED.
BILL: HB1682
TO AUTHORIZE COLOCATION FOR OUTPATIENT BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE AGENCIES.
BILL: HB1687
TO AMEND THE REQUIREMENTS REGARDING LOCATIONS FOR AND GEOGRAPHIC AREAS OF A HOME HEALTHCARE SERVICES AGENCY.
BILL: HB1689
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS LEGISLATIVE STUDY ON MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH.
BILL: HB1780
TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING MEDICATION ASSISTIVE PERSONS; AND TO ALLOW EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES IN CERTAIN FACILITIES.
BILL: HB1781
TO CLARIFY AND EXPAND THE PRESCRIPTION LIMITATIONS IN THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM.
BILL: HB1794
TO CREATE THE LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE PATHWAY PILOT PROGRAM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1796
TO AMEND OCCUPATIONAL CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS.
BILL: HB1836
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING THE DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY; AND TO AMEND THE PENALTY FOR THE KNOWING REFUSAL OF RIGHT OF ENTRY AND INSPECTION TO DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY PERSONNEL.
BILL: HCR1007
TO RECOGNIZE JANUARY 22 AS THE DAY OF TEARS IN ARKANSAS.
BILL: HCR1010
TO ENCOURAGE THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO ESTABLISH A MAXIMUM LIMIT OF OPIATE ALKALOID CONTAMINATION OF POPPY SEEDS AND ENSURE THE SAFETY OF IMPORTED POPPY SEEDS AND TO ISSUE IMPORT REQUIREMENTS AND CONDUCT TESTING.
BILL: SB19
TO AUTHORIZE THE PRESENCE OF A SUPPORT PERSON FOR A PATIENT IN A HOSPITAL OR PHYSICIAN'S OFFICE; AND CONCERNING VISITATION RIGHTS OF PATIENTS IN HOSPITALS AND PHYSICIAN'S OFFICES.
BILL: SB143
TO ENSURE THAT BENEFICIARIES OF THE ARKANSAS MEDICAID PROGRAM HAVE ACCESS TO NEW PRODUCTS AND LABEL EXPANSIONS APPROVED BY THE UNITED STATES FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION.
BILL: SB176
TO ALLOW PHARMACISTS TO TREAT CERTAIN HEALTH CONDITIONS.
BILL: SB248
TO CREATE THE FOOD FREEDOM ACT; AND TO EXEMPT CERTAIN PRODUCERS OF HOMEMADE FOOD OR DRINK PRODUCTS FROM LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION, AND INSPECTION.
BILL: SB347
TO CREATE THE VULNERABLE CHILD PROTECTION ACT; AND TO PROHIBIT GENDER REASSIGNMENT SERVICES FOR MINORS.
BILL: SB468
TO CREATE THE PRENATAL NONDISCRIMINATION ACT OF ARKANSAS.
BILL: SB477
TO STREAMLINE CORONAVIRUS 2019 (COVID-19) VACCINATION SIGN-UPS IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB492
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS WORK PAYS PROGRAM; AND TO AMEND THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS OR PARTICIPANTS OF THE ARKANSAS WORK PAYS PROGRAM.
BILL: SB507
TO AMEND CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF INITIATED ACT 4 OF 1948; AND TO CLARIFY THE TREATMENT OF DURABLE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT UNDER THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW.
BILL: SB510
TO PROHIBIT CONVERSION THERAPY FOR MINORS.
BILL: SB517
TO TRANSFER OVERSIGHT OF CERTAIN DUTIES OF THE REGIONAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS; AND TO AMEND THE REQUIRED EXPERTISE OF MEMBERS OF ARKANSAS POLLUTION CONTROL AND ECOLOGY COMMISSION.
BILL: SB518
TO AMEND THE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND RECYCLING FUND ACT; AND TO TRANSFER ADMINISTRATION OF CERTAIN FUNDS AND DUTIES FROM THE DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TO THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION.
BILL: SB519
TO AMEND THE SEX DISCRIMINATION BY ABORTION PROHIBITION ACT.
BILL: SB520
TO CREATE THE FAIR COMPENSATION ACT.
BILL: SB539
TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING THE PAYMENT OF WAGES; AND TO ESTABLISH PARAMETERS REGARDING THE RECOUPMENT OF OVERPAYMENTS BY EMPLOYERS.
BILL: SB595
TO CLARIFY THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES IS THE AGENCY THAT REGULATES LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES; AND TO REMOVE REFERENCES TO THE OFFICE OF LONG-TERM CARE.
BILL: SB598
TO AMEND THE DEFINITIONS WITHIN THE TELEMEDICINE ACT; TO AUTHORIZE ADDITIONAL INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT FOR TELEMEDICINE; TO PROHIBIT HEALTH BENEFIT PLAN FINANCIAL INCENTIVES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB600
TO ESTABLISH THE RIGHT TO KNOW AND GET YOUR PAY ACT.
BILL: SB611
TO CREATE THE TASK FORCE ON ACUITY-BASED CARE; AND TO RECOMMEND PROTOCOLS AND PROCEDURES TO CREATE STANDARDIZATION AND CONSISTENCY IN NURSE STAFFING WITHIN HOSPITALS AND REHABILITATION AND LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES.
BILL: SB615
TO PROHIBIT THE REQUIREMENT OF VACCINE PASSPORTS IN ARKANSAS.
BILL: SB617
TO REQUIRE WRITTEN CONSENT OF A PATIENT TO TRANSFER A PRESCRIPTION FROM A PHARMACY; TO REQUIRE CERTAIN DISCLOSURES OF OWNERSHIP INTEREST OR POSSIBLE CONFLICTS OF INTEREST; AND TO PROHIBIT DATA MINING OF PATIENT INFORMATION.
BILL: SB640
TO EXTEND THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR MEDICAL DEBT IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
BILL: SB650
TO AMEND THE ASSET LIMITS FOR THE SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM; AND TO DIRECT THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO REQUEST A BROAD-BASED CATEGORICAL ELIGIBILITY WAIVER.
BILL: SB663
TO MODIFY AND DEFER THE AUTHORITY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO THE CENTERS FOR MEDICARE & MEDICAID SERVICES CONCERNING THE HOSPITALS WITHOUT WALLS PROGRAM; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SCR1
TO REQUEST THAT THE ARKANSAS STATE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATOR HOLD A REFERENDUM TO DETERMINE WHETHER A MAJORITY OF THE MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY DESIRE FULL SOCIAL SECURITY COVERAGE.
BILL: SCR11
TO ENCOURAGE THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS AND THE UNITED STATES FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO INTERNATIONAL RECIPROCITY AGREEMENTS FOR MEDICATIONS.
REVENUE & TAX - SENATE
BILL: HB1023
TO AMEND THE SALES TAX LAWS CONCERNING SPECIAL EVENTS; AND TO EXCLUDE CERTAIN SCHOOL FUNDRAISERS FROM THE SALES TAX LAWS REGULATING SPECIAL EVENTS.
BILL: HB1028
TO AMEND THE LAW TO EXTEND THE TIME PERIOD AUTHORIZED FOR THE REGISTRATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING TEMPORARY PREPRINTED PAPER BUYER'S TAGS.
BILL: HB1032
TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX ACT OF 1929 TO ALLOW A TAXPAYER RECEIVING MILITARY RETIREMENT OR SURVIVOR BENEFITS TO RECEIVE THE FULL AMOUNT OF THE INCOME TAX EXEMPTION FOR RETIREMENT BENEFITS.
BILL: HB1034
TO AMEND THE EXCEPTIONS TO THE PROHIBITION AGAINST THE DISCLOSURE OF TAXPAYER INFORMATION; AND TO DESIGNATE THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION AS THE OFFICIAL CUSTODIAN OF CERTAIN RECORDS.
BILL: HB1039
TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "EMPLOYER" UNDER THE ARKANSAS INCOME TAX WITHHOLDING ACT OF 1965.
BILL: HB1360
TO ESTABLISH THE LAW ENFORCEMENT FAMILY RELIEF CHECK-OFF PROGRAM; AND TO ESTABLISH THE LAW ENFORCEMENT FAMILY RELIEF TRUST FUND.
BILL: HB1374
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING WHICH SALES BY CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS ARE EXEMPT FROM SALES AND USE TAX; AND TO AMEND THE CRITERIA TO DETERMINE WHEN A SALE BY A CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION COMPETES WITH A SALE BY A FOR-PROFIT BUSINESS.
BILL: HB1457
TO CREATE PAISLEY'S LAW; TO AMEND THE INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX LAWS; AND TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR A STILLBORN CHILD.
BILL: HB1469
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE CONFIDENTIALITY OF STATE TAX RECORDS AND OTHER REVENUE INFORMATION; AND TO ALLOW THE BUREAU OF LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH TO HAVE DIRECT ACCESS TO STATE TAX RECORDS AND OTHER REVENUE INFORMATION.
BILL: HB1543
TO REQUIRE THE ASSESSMENT COORDINATION DIVISION TO ISSUE CERTAIN ANNUAL REPORTS; AND TO PROHIBIT NEW OR UPDATED ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES FROM BECOMING EFFECTIVE UNTIL THEY HAVE BEEN REPORTED TO LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
BILL: HB1684
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CONTRIBUTIONS TO AN ABLE ACCOUNT UNDER THE ACHIEVING A BETTER LIFE EXPERIENCE PROGRAM ACT.
BILL: SB2
TO CREATE AN EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT, AN INCREASED STANDARD DEDUCTION, AND AN INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX REDUCTION; AND TO PROVIDE FUNDING FOR INCOME TAX REDUCTIONS THROUGH NEW TAXES ON CIGARETTES AND E-CIGARETTES.
BILL: SB9
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING TAXES AND FEES APPLICABLE TO CAR WASH OPERATORS; AND TO REPEAL THE FEE LEVIED ON CAR WASH OPERATORS BASED ON WATER USAGE.
BILL: SB10
TO CREATE THE WORKING TAXPAYER RELIEF ACT.
BILL: SB26
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE REDUCED SALES AND USE TAX RATE FOR UTILITIES USED BY MANUFACTURERS; AND TO APPLY A REDUCED SALES AND USE TAX RATE TO SALES OF COAL FOR USE IN MANUFACTURING.
BILL: SB181
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE SALES TAX HOLIDAY; TO EXEMPT CERTAIN ELECTRONIC DEVICES DURING THE SALES TAX HOLIDAY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB244
TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF “INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS” FOR PURPOSES OF THE SALES TAX EXEMPTION FOR INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS PURCHASED BY A SCHOOL; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB253
TO AMEND THE SALES TAX TREATMENT OF UTILITIES USED FOR CERTAIN QUALIFYING AGRICULTURAL STRUCTURES; AND TO DEFINE THE TERM “AGRICULTURE.”
BILL: SB293
TO ALLOW FOR THE DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION CONCERNING SALES AND USE TAX CREDITS, REFUNDS, AND REBATES TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS; AND TO REQUIRE TAXPAYERS TO PROVIDE NOTIFICATION TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
BILL: SB304
TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR CERTAIN FULL-TIME LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
BILL: SB336
TO CREATE AN EXEMPTION FROM THE SALES AND USE TAX FOR COINS, CURRENCY, AND BULLION.
BILL: SB337
AN ACT TO REINSTATE THE BORDER CITY TAX RATE FOR CIGARETTES AND OTHER TOBACCO PRODUCTS.
BILL: SB408
TO AMEND THE LAW GOVERNING OFFSETTING DELINQUENT TAX COLLECTIONS AGAINST A STATE INCOME TAX REFUND; AND TO ADD ALL STATE AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND THEIR SUBDIVISIONS TO THE DEFINITION OF "CLAIMANT AGENCY".
BILL: SB459
TO EXEMPT THE PURCHASE OF A USED MOTOR VEHICLE FROM SALES AND USE TAX.
BILL: SB480
TO AMEND THE INCOME TAX LAWS TO ALLOW ALL TAXPAYERS TO RECEIVE A DOLLAR-FOR-DOLLAR INCOME TAX CREDIT FROM ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TAX CREDITS.
BILL: SB482
TO PROVIDE FOR DESTINATION SOURCING OF SALES TO THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FOR PURPOSES OF ARKANSAS INCOME TAX APPORTIONMENT.
BILL: SB483
TO ENHANCE ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS BY REPEALING THE THROWBACK RULE.
BILL: SB484
TO CLARIFY THE ALLOCATION OF NONRESIDENT INCOME FOR ARKANSAS INCOME TAX PURPOSES; TO ADOPT THE MODEL MOBILE WORKFORCE STATE INCOME TAX SIMPLIFICATION ACT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB512
TO AMEND THE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR DENTAL APPLIANCES.
BILL: SB515
TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF THE INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR A TEACHER’S QUALIFIED CLASSROOM INVESTMENT EXPENSE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB522
TO REDUCE ALL INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RATES TO ZERO PERCENT (0%).
BILL: SB545
TO ESTABLISH A GRANT PROGRAM FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES DESIGNED TO ENCOURAGE TRAINING IN AND AWARENESS OF FEDERAL IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT; AND TO CREATE THE IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT TRAINING GRANT PROGRAM FUND.
BILL: SB558
TO LEVY A SALES TAX ON ADVERTISING REVENUE ON SOCIAL-MEDIA PLATFORMS; TO DIRECT THE TAX REVENUE TO FUND THE DETECTION AND PROSECUTION OF CYBERCRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN; AND TO FUND THE DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL BROADBAND.
BILL: SB566
TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF “PROJECT COSTS” UNDER THE CONSOLIDATED INCENTIVE ACT OF 2003; AND TO EXTEND THE TIME PERIOD DURING WHICH PROJECT COSTS MAY BE INCURRED FOR CERTAIN RETENTION TAX CREDIT PROJECTS.
BILL: SB575
TO AUTHORIZE PRIVATE FUNDING FOR REMEDIAL ACTIVITIES AT ENVIRONMENTAL SITES; AND TO ESTABLISH THE DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY DESIGNATED ENVIRONMENTAL SITE REMEDIATION TRUST FUND AND AN ENVIRONMENTAL TAX CREDIT.
BILL: SB605
TO EXEMPT BROADBAND EQUIPMENT FROM SALES TAX WHEN THE EQUIPMENT IS INSTALLED IN A RURAL AREA.
BILL: SB642
TO CREATE THE STRONG FAMILIES ACT; AND TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR EMPLOYERS THAT PROVIDE PAID FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE FOR CERTAIN EMPLOYEES.
STATE AGENCIES & GOVT'L AFFAIRS-SENATE
BILL: HB1017
CONCERNING DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME; AND TO ADOPT DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME PERMANENTLY.
Rye
BILL: HB1517
TO CREATE THE VOTER INTEGRITY AND VOTER REGISTRATION MODERNIZATION ACT OF 2021; TO ALLOW ELECTRONIC VOTER REGISTRATION; TO AMEND ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENT 51; AND TO AMEND THE DUTIES OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE.
BILL: HB1595
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING VOTING MACHINES.
BILL: HB1615
TO AMEND ELECTION PROCEDURES; TO AMEND THE REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTION OFFICIALS; TO AMEND THE LOCATION OF POLLING PLACES; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THE VOTER REGISTRATION LIST.
BILL: HB1675
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CAMPAIGN FINANCE; TO REPEAL THE PROVISIONS CONCERNING CARRYOVER FUNDS; TO MODIFY THE USE OF CAMPAIGN FUNDS; AND TO AMEND PORTIONS OF INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1990 AND INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1996.
BILL: HB1680
CONCERNING CRITICAL INCIDENT DEBRIEFING FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
BILL: HB1715
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING ABSENTEE BALLOTS; TO AMEND ELECTION LAW; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING VOTING BY ABSENTEE BALLOT; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING SPOILED BALLOTS.
BILL: HB1728
TO AMEND THE LAW RELATED TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE; TO ALLOW CAMPAIGN FUNDS TO PAY CHILDCARE EXPENSES; AND TO AMEND PORTIONS OF INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1990 AND INITIATED ACT 1 OF 1996.
BILL: HB1777
TO PROTECT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS' VOTER REGISTRATION INFORMATION; TO AMEND THE DUTIES OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE; AND TO AMEND ARKANSAS ELECTION PROCEDURE.
BILL: HB1803
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS BALLOTING INTEGRITY ACT OF 2021.
BILL: HB1825
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CAMPAIGN SIGNS AND MATERIALS.
BILL: HB1853
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS PROCUREMENT LAW; AND TO PROVIDE CLARITY, EQUITY, AND CONSISTENCY IN THE PROCUREMENT LAWS.
BILL: HB1865
TO REQUIRE TRAINING CONCERNING A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER'S DUTY TO INTERVENE WHEN THE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OBSERVES THE USE OF EXCESSIVE FORCE BY ANOTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER.
BILL: SB12
TO AMEND ELECTION LAW; TO CREATE MODIFIED ELECTION PROCEDURES DURING AN EMERGENCY DECLARED UNDER THE ARKANSAS EMERGENCY SERVICES ACT OF 1973; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB73
TO AMEND THE LAW RELATED TO CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENTS; TO PROVIDE FOR STATE ENTITY TRANSFERS; AND TO AMEND DEFINITIONS.
BILL: SB75
TO AMEND THE PROVISIONS OF ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENTS 91 AND 101, TO PROVIDE THAT PROCEEDS MAY BE APPLIED TO MULTILANE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB82
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS; TO ESTABLISH THE PROCEDURE FOR DISTRIBUTION OF CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS WHEN A CANDIDATE WITHDRAWS AND FILES FOR A DIFFERENT OFFICE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB141
TO AMEND THE EMERGENCY POWERS OF THE GOVERNOR; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ELECTIONS; AND TO ALLOW THE SECRETARY OF STATE TO ISSUE EMERGENCY RULES FOR ELECTION PROCEDURE.
BILL: SB192
TO AMEND THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' POLITICAL FREEDOM ACT OF 1999 AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB193
TO PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION OR PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT BY THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AND OTHER PUBLIC ENTITIES.
BILL: SB195
TO AMEND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; AND TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF “PUBLIC RECORDS”.
BILL: SB208
TO AMEND THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; TO DEFINE THE TERM "MEETING" UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS.
BILL: SB230
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING VOTING ASSISTANCE FOR VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES.
BILL: SB242
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE STATE CAPITOL POLICE; TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE TRANSFER OF A STATE ENTITY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB340
TO REGULATE THE WITNESSING OF CERTAIN DOCUMENTS BY A NOTARY PUBLIC; TO ALLOW FOR REMOTE WITNESSING OF CERTAIN DOCUMENTS BY A NOTARY PUBLIC; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB358
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE SALE OF STATE LAND; TO ESTABLISH A PROCESS TO SELL STATE LAND; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE SALE OF LAND OWNED BY AN INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB399
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS PROCUREMENT LAW AS IT RELATES TO MANDATORY STATE CONTRACTS; AND TO EXEMPT STATE AGENCIES FROM MANDATORY STATE CONTRACTS IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
BILL: SB404
TO ESTABLISH STANDARD FILING FEES FOR CANDIDATES IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
BILL: SB405
TO ESTABLISH JOHN R. "JOHNNY" CASH DAY.
BILL: SB453
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING SPECIAL ELECTIONS; AND TO AMEND THE DATES FOR CERTAIN SPECIAL ELECTIONS.
BILL: SB460
TO AMEND THE LAW REGULATING PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS AND PRIVATE SECURITY AGENCIES; TO AMEND LICENSE REQUIREMENTS; AND TO ESTABLISH MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR INSTRUCTORS AND EXAMINATIONS.
BILL: SB485
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING EARLY VOTING; AND TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING ELECTIONS.
BILL: SB508
TO AMEND THE NUMBER OF OFFICIAL HOLIDAYS OF THE STATE; AND TO MAKE ELECTION DAY AN OFFICIAL HOLIDAY.
BILL: SB509
TO AMEND ELECTION LAW; AND TO AMEND THE LAW REGARDING WORK HOURS ON ELECTION DAYS.
BILL: SB516
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR PAID CANVASSERS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB556
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS ELECTION INTEGRITY ACT OF 2021; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE STATE BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS; AND TO CREATE A PROCESS FOR THE STATE BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS TO CONDUCT AN ELECTION.
BILL: SB562
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING MANDATORY ELECTRONIC REPORT FILING BY CANDIDATES; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTS.
BILL: SB582
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS; TO AMEND HOW COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS TAKE THE OATH; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING COMPLAINTS FOR ELECTION LAW VIOLATIONS.
BILL: SB583
TO ESTABLISH THE VOTER FRAUD HOTLINE; TO ALLOW THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO INVESTIGATE VOTER FRAUD; AND TO REQUIRE REPORTS OF ALLEGATIONS OF VOTER FRAUD.
BILL: SB596
TO ALLOW THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION TO DESIGNATE A DIRECTOR OF THE ARKANSAS RACING COMMISSION.
BILL: SB604
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW TO IMPOSE PENALTIES ON STATE AND COUNTY ELECTION OFFICIALS WHO FAIL TO PERFORM STATUTORY DUTIES; AND TO ALLOW INVESTIGATION OF ELECTION LAW VIOLATIONS BY THE DIVISION OF ARKANSAS STATE POLICE.
BILL: SB620
CONCERNING ELECTIONEERING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY USED AS A POLLING PLACE; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING POLLING PLACES; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING ELECTIONEERING.
BILL: SB634
TO PROHIBIT STATE AGENCIES, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES FROM RESTRICTING THE RIGHT OF A LANDOWNER TO PERFORM TREE MAINTENANCE ON THE LANDOWNER'S PROPERTY.
BILL: SB635
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DATES FOR CERTAIN SPECIAL ELECTIONS; AND TO PROMOTE VOTER TURNOUT.
BILL: SB636
TO SUBJECT CERTAIN CONTRACTS OF THE ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO THE ARKANSAS PROCUREMENT LAW.
BILL: SB643
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING ABSENTEE BALLOTS; AND TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING ELECTIONS.
BILL: SB644
CONCERNING THE INVESTIGATION OF VIOLATIONS OF ELECTION LAW; AND TO ESTABLISH AN ELECTION LAW VIOLATION HOTLINE.
BILL: SJR1
A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROVIDING THAT A MUNICIPALITY MAY INCUR SHORT-TERM FINANCING OBLIGATIONS MATURING OVER A PERIOD OF, OR HAVING A TERM, NOT TO EXCEED TEN (10) YEARS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING FIRE TRUCKS.
BILL: SJR2
A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO ALLOW THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO CONVENE IN EXTRAORDINARILY SESSION UPON THE REQUEST OF A MAJORITY OF THE MEMBERS OF EACH HOUSE OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
BILL: SJR3
AN AMENDMENT TO ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE 5, SECTION 20, PERMITTING THE STATE OF ARKANSAS TO BE SUED AS A DEFENDANT IN STATE COURT IN THE SAME CIRCUMSTANCES AS ANY OTHER PARTY.
BILL: SJR4
A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROVIDING THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY SHALL PROVIDE BY LAW FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT, MAINTENANCE, AND SUPPORT OF FREE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUBJECT TO SUCH CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS AS THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY PRESCRIBE.
BILL: SJR5
AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE MANNER IN WHICH PRIMARY ELECTIONS ARE CONDUCTED.
BILL: SJR6
AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION REQUIRING THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO ESTABLISH BY LAW A REVISED ELECTION PROCESS.
BILL: SJR7
A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO PERMIT LEGISLATIVE ENACTMENT OF RULES OF PLEADING, PRACTICE, PROCEDURE, AND EVIDENCE FOR COURTS.
BILL: SJR8
A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PERMITTING LIMITS ON AWARDS OF PUNITIVE AND NONECONOMIC DAMAGES.
BILL: SJR9
A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO PERMIT LEGISLATIVE ENACTMENT OF RULES OF PLEADING, PRACTICE, PROCEDURE, AND EVIDENCE FOR COURTS.
BILL: SJR10
AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION AUTHORIZING THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO CONVENE ITSELF IN EXTRAORDINARY SESSION.
BILL: SJR11
AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO CREATE AN IMPLIED WARRANTY OF HABITABILITY AND PROVIDE PROTECTIONS TO ARKANSAS TENANTS.
BILL: SJR12
AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING THE QUALIFICATIONS TO VOTE IN AN ELECTION.
BILL: SJR13
A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO PROVIDE THAT THE CITIZENS OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS HAVE A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS, AMMUNITION, AND ACCESSORIES
BILL: SJR14
AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO CREATE THE "ARKANSAS RELIGIOUS FREEDOM AMENDMENT".
BILL: SJR15
A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT REQUIRING THE GOVERNOR TO CONVENE AN EXTRAORDINARY SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY WHEN AN EMERGENCY DECLARATION EXCEEDS THIRTY (30) DAYS.
BILL: SJR16
AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION PROVIDING THAT INTERSCHOLASTIC OR INTRAMURAL ATHLETIC TEAMS THAT ARE SPONSORED BY A PUBLIC SCHOOL SHALL BE EXPRESSLY DESIGNATED BASED ON BIOLOGICAL SEX.
BILL: SJR17
AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION CONCERNING A REVIEW OF THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF CERTAIN FEDERAL ACTIONS PRIOR TO THEIR IMPLEMENTATION.
BILL: SJR18
REQUESTING THAT THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TAKE APPROPRIATE ACTION TO PROPOSE AN AMENDMENT TO THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION PROVIDING THAT THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES SHALL BE COMPOSED OF NINE (9) JUSTICES.
TRANSPORTATION, TECHNOLOGY & LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS - SENATE
BILL: HB1022
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING WHEN LIGHTED LAMPS ARE REQUIRED ON CERTAIN TYPES OF VEHICLES AND VESSELS.
BILL: HB1418
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE ON A STATE HIGHWAY.
BILL: HB1560
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE REMOVAL OR IMMOBILIZATION OF UNATTENDED OR ABANDONED VEHICLES.
BILL: HB1702
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING BICYCLE SAFETY; AND TO CLARIFY THE RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF A PERSON OPERATING A BICYCLE.
BILL: HB1782
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE DISTRIBUTION OF HIGHWAY REVENUE INTEREST INCOME; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE FUTURE TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH FUND AND THE TRANSPORTATION-RELATED GRANT PROGRAM.
BILL: HB1811
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE REQUIREMENTS FOR A TOW BUSINESS TO GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES; AND TO ALLOW PUBLIC NOTICE TO BE GIVEN ON A WEBSITE.
BILL: HB1842
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE OPERATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE AT A RAILROAD CROSSING.
BILL: HB1846
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE OF A COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE.
BILL: SB117
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE REQUIREMENT THAT AN ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION FEE BE PAID FOR ELECTRIC AND HYBRID VEHICLES; AND TO REPEAL THE ADDITIONAL FEE FOR THE REGISTRATION OF HYBRID VEHICLES.
BILL: SB261
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE SALE OF THREE-WHEELED, FOUR-WHEELED, AND SIX-WHEELED ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES; AND TO REQUIRE VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER VERIFICATION PRIOR TO SALE.
BILL: SB478
TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO IMPLEMENT RAILROAD SAFETY MEASURES DURING A NATIONAL PANDEMIC; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB657
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING WATERCRAFTS.
BILL: SB658
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE OF A DRIVER'S LICENSE TO CERTAIN APPLICANTS.