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Senator Fay Boozman

2901 Honeysuckle Lane, Rogers, 72758

Senator Fay Boozman
Phone: 501-636-1019
Phone:
District: 33
District:
33
Seniority: 25
Seniority:
25
Occupation: M.D., Boozman Hof Regional Eye Clinic
Occupation:
M.D., Boozman Hof Regional Eye Clinic
Church Affiliation: Baptist
Church Affiliation:
Baptist
Veteran: Vietnam War
Veteran:
Vietnam War
Public Service: Senate in 1995, 1997
Public Service:
Senate in 1995, 1997


Bills

Bill
Title
Bill Status
Primary Sponsor
TO REQUIRE REGIONAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARDS TO ADOPT AUDIT PROCEDURES
AMEND THE REGULATED SUBSTANCE STORAGE TANKS PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN TITLE 8, CHAPTER 7 TO CLARIFY AND REVISE THE LANGUAGE OF THE EXISTING STATUTE.
AMEND THE PETROLEUM STORAGE TANK TRUST FUND ACT PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN TITLE 8, CHAPTER 7 TO LOWER THE PETROLEUM STORAGE TANK TRUST FUND DEDUCTIBLES.
TO FURTHER DEFINE WHEN THE USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE OR DEADLY PHYSICAL FORCE IS JUSTIFIED TO PROTECT PROPERTY
HAZARDOUS WASTE TRANSPORTER BURDEN REDUCTION ACT
AN ACT TO BAN PARTIAL-BIRTH ABORTIONS.
AN ACT TO CREATE SENATE AND HOUSE COMMITTEES ON FEDERAL MANDATES.
UNITED STATES CIVIL RIGHTS AND TENTH AMENDMENT ENFORCEMENT ACT
AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 7-9-111 PERTAINING TO INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM PETITIONS.
SERVING NOTICE AND DEMAND ON THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO CEASE AND DESIST FROM ISSUING MANDATES TO THE STATES THAT ARE BEYOND THE SCOPE OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENTþS CONSTITUTIONALLY DELEGATED POWER.
URGING CONGRESS TO ENACT THE AMERICAN LAND SOVEREIGNTY ACT INTRODUCED BY CONGRESSMAN DON YOUNG DURING THE 104TH CONGRESS.
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE TERMS OF REPRESENTATIVES AND SENATORS.
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE TERMS OF REPRESENTATIVES AND SENATORS.
REQUESTING THE SENATE INTERIM COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE, AND LABOR TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF THE QUALITY OF CARE ISSUES SURROUNDING EXTENDED STAYS IN AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTERS.