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STATE AGENCIES & GOVT'L AFFAIRS-SENATE


ISP/IR Referred to Committee


Interim Study Proposals

ID
Requestor
Topic
Status
-2021-097
Sponsor: K. Hammer
TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF CONSOLIDATING INDIVIDUAL VOTING PRECINCT LOCATIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OF UTILIZING VOTE CENTERS AND ELIMINATING VOTING PRECINCT DESERTS IN RURAL AREAS FOR STATEWIDE SPECIAL, PRIMARY, AND GENERAL ELECTIONS.
-2021-087
Sponsor: Elliott
TO CREATE THE UNIFY ARKANSAS COMMISSION; TO ESTABLISH THE OFFICIAL OBSERVANCE OF THE NATIONAL DAY OF RACIAL HEALING IN THE STATE; AND TO ENCOURAGE THE CREATION OF A COMMUNITY REMEMBRANCE COMMITTEE IN EACH COUNTY.
-2021-083
Sponsor: A. Clark
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING MANDATORY ELECTRONIC REPORT FILING BY CANDIDATES; AND TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTS.
-2021-082
Sponsor: Beckham
TO AMEND THE REAL ESTATE LICENSE LAW.
-2021-070
Sponsor: Hammer
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING EARLY VOTING; AND TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING ELECTIONS.
-2021-062
Sponsor: M. Johnson
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.
-2021-047
Sponsor: C. Tucker
CONCERNING THE STATE FLAG OF ARKANSAS; TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE SYMBOLS ON THE STATE FLAG OF ARKANSAS; AND TO REDESIGNATE THE STARS ON THE STATE FLAG OF ARKANSAS.
-2021-046
Sponsor: C. Tucker
TO REQUIRE REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE OF ELECTIONEERING COMMUNICATIONS; AND TO RESTRICT THE AMOUNT OF MONEY SPENT ON CAMPAIGN COMMUNICATIONS PRODUCED IN COORDINATION WITH A CANDIDATE FOR OFFICE.
-2021-031
Sponsor: T. Garner
TO PROHIBIT THE ARKANSAS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION FROM ESTABLISHING OR MAINTAINING AN OFFICE IN CHINA.
-2021-005
Sponsor: T. Garner
REQUESTING THAT THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON STATE AGENCIES AND GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS CONDUCT A STUDY OF THE LOST 40 AND THE FEASIBILITY OF THE STATE ASSUMING MANAGEMENT OF THE LOST 40 TO CREATE A STATE PARK.