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Representative David J. Sanders (R)

52 Chatel Drive, Little Rock, 72223

Representative David J. Sanders (R)
Phone: 501-766-8703
Phone:
District: 31
District:
31
Seniority: 87
Seniority:
87
Occupation: Director of Development
Occupation:
Director of Development
Church Affiliation: Southern Baptist
Church Affiliation:
Southern Baptist
Veteran:
Veteran:
Public Service: House 2011
Public Service:
House 2011


Bills

Bill
Title
Bill Status
Primary Sponsor
TO CHANGE THE STATE NICKNAME BACK TO "THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY".
THE ATHLETE AGENT REFORM ACT OF 2011.
AN ACT FOR THE ARKANSAS SUNSET ADVISORY COMMISSION APPROPRIATION FOR THE 2011-2012 FISCAL YEAR.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS SUNSET ADVISORY COMMISSION.
TO AMEND THE LAW RELATED TO INTERMEDIATE LICENSES ISSUED TO BEGINNING DRIVERS WHO ARE YOUNGER THAN EIGHTEEN (18) YEARS OF AGE.
AN ACT TO ENHANCE THE PUBLIC INTEGRITY OF CERTAIN REGULATORY AGENCIES.
TO REGULATE THE PERFECTION, FILING, AND ENFORCEMENT OF MECHANIC'S AND MATERIALMEN'S LIENS; AND TO CLARIFY THE STATE'S LIEN LAWS.
TO ALLOW A STUDENT GRADUATION CREDIT FOR ONE-HALF UNIT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND ONE-HALF UNIT OF HEALTH AND SAFETY EDUCATION FOR COMPLETING A JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS PROGRAM.
CoSponsor
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS CAPITAL GAINS REDUCTION ACT OF 2011.
TO DECREASE THE SALES AND USE TAX ON NATURAL GAS AND ELECTRICITY USED BY MANUFACTURERS AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO PREVENT STATE EMPLOYEES CONVICTED OF THEFT OF PROPERTY AGAINST THE EMPLOYER FROM DRAWING STATE RETIREMENT BENEFITS BASED ON THE MONTHS IN WHICH THE THEFT OCCURRED AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO ALLOW AN ON-DUTY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OR A PERSON PERFORMING AN OFFICIAL LAW ENFORCEMENT FUNCTION TO OPERATE AN ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE ON A PUBLIC STREET OR HIGHWAY.
TO AMEND SEVERAL PROVISIONS OF THE LAW CONCERNING MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
TO CREATE A SALES TAX HOLIDAY FOR CLOTHING, CLOTHING ACCESSORIES OR EQUIPMENT, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, SCHOOL ART SUPPLIES, AND SCHOOL INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL
REGARDING TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION BY THE ARKANSAS COMMISSION ON LAW ENFORCEMENT STANDARDS AND TRAINING.
ACT TO CREATE AN ALTERNATIVE PROCEDURE TO OBTAIN TITLE OF A MOTOR VEHICLE WHERE THERE IS A TOTAL LOSS SETTLEMENT.
TO REDUCE THE INCOME TAX RATE FOR INDIVIDUALS, TRUSTS, AND ESTATES.
TO ALLOW A SCHOOL DISTRICT TO KEEP ANY EXCESS UNIFORM RATE OF TAX COLLECTION REVENUES THAT REMAIN AFTER FULLY FUNDING STUDENT FOUNDATION FUNDING FOR THE SCHOOL DISTRICT FROM THE UNIFORM RATE OF TAX COLLECTION.
AN ACT TO ELIMINATE A GROWING EPIDEMIC IN THE PURCHASE OF PSEUDOEPHEDRINE AND SIMILAR DRUGS.
THE ARKANSAS CARBON DIOXIDE STORAGE ACT.
TO ALLOW TRAINED AND LICENSED STAFF AND FACULTY TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN ON A UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE, OR COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAMPUS UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
TO CONFORM THE SALVAGE AUCTION BUYER'S IDENTIFICATION CARD LAW TO THE COMMERCE CLAUSE OF ARTICLE 1, § 8 OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION.
AN ACT TO SPECIFY MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS AND TO AMEND REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIVING UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS FOR DISCHARGE FOR ABSENTEEISM, MISCONDUCT, AND FAILURE TO ACCEPT SUITABLE WORK.
CONCERNING THE REQUIREMENTS FOR NEW POLITICAL PARTIES.
AN ACT TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LAW ENACTED BY INITIATED ACT 4 OF 1948 TO RESTORE THE STATUTORY INTENT OF THE 79TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
AN ACT TO CREATE THE PAIN-CAPABLE UNBORN CHILD PROTECTION ACT AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO AMEND THE UTILITY FACILITY ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC PROTECTION ACT; TO CLARIFY REQUIREMENTS FOR MAJOR UTILITY FACILITIES; TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY; AND TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS.
TO ENSURE THE LONG-TERM FUNDING OF CERTAIN HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS BY ENCOURAGING IN-STATE PURCHASES OF CERTAIN TOBACCO PRODUCTS.
TO AUTHORIZE THE CREATION OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIPS; TO REGULATE REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIPS; AND TO REGULATE THE FUNDING OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIPS.
AN ACT TO EXTEND THE TIME FOR EMPLOYERS TO RESPOND TO APPLICATIONS FOR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS AND TO PROVIDE FOR ONLINE NOTICE OF APPLICATIONS FOR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS.
AN ACT TO EXTEND THE THIRTY-DAY DISQUALIFICATION PERIOD FOR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS AFTER DISCHARGE FOR MISCONDUCT.
REGARDING THE COLLECTION OF THE FULL BAIL BOND PREMIUM AND TO AFFIRMATIVELY CLARIFY THAT THE FINANCING OF A BAIL BOND IS PROHIBITED.
AN ACT TO PROMOTE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE STATE AND TO PROTECT THOSE BUSINESSES, COMPANIES, AND MANUFACTURERS THAT ARE CURRENTLY COMPLYING WITH STATUTORY AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS AND TO PROHIBIT FRIVOLOUS LAWSUITS.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE USE OF PUBLIC FUNDS TO SUPPORT OR OPPOSE BALLOT MEASURES.
CLAIMING STATES' RIGHTS UNDER THE TENTH AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
AN ACT TO PROHIBIT HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE POLICIES FROM OFFERING COVERAGE FOR ABORTIONS EXCEPT THROUGH A SEPARATE RIDER.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE THAT APPLICANTS FOR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS TEST NEGATIVE FOR ILLEGAL DRUG USE.
TO AMEND SEVERAL PROVISIONS OF THE LAW CONCERNING MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
THE ARKANSAS FINANCIAL TRANSPARENCY ACT.
TO AMEND THE STATE SALES AND USE TAX RATE ON FOOD AND FOOD INGREDIENTS AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
REGARDING THE AMOUNT IN CONTROVERSY IN A CIVIL ACTION AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
CONCERNING TIE VOTES OCCURRING AT GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTIONS.
AN ACT FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT LITTLE ROCK - NANOTECHNOLOGY CENTER APPROPRIATION FOR THE 2011-2012 FISCAL YEAR.
AN ACT TO SPECIFY MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS AND TO AMEND REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIVING UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS FOR DISCHARGE FOR ABSENTEEISM, MISCONDUCT, AND FAILURE TO ACCEPT SUITABLE WORK.
AN ACT TO CREATE THE HEALTHCARE REFORM ACCOUNTABILITY ACT AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
AN ACT TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LAW ENACTED BY INITIATED ACT 4 OF 1948 TO RESTORE THE STATUTORY INTENT OF THE 79TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING TOBACCO TREATMENT, PREVENTION, AND CESSATION.
THE ARKANSAS ECONOMIC REHABILITATION, DEVELOPMENT, AND GROWTH ACT OF 2011.
TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING EMINENT DOMAIN.
THE TAXPAYERS' PROTECTION AMENDMENT.

Committees

Committees