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Representative Brian S. Evans (R)

P.O. Box 1365, Cabot, 72023

Representative Brian S. Evans (R)
District: 43
District:
43
Seniority: 93
Seniority:
93
Occupation: Logistics
Occupation:
Logistics
Church Affiliation: Baptist
Church Affiliation:
Baptist
Veteran: No
Veteran:
No
Public Service: First Term House 2019
Public Service:
First Term House 2019


Bills

Bill
Title
Bill Status
Primary Sponsor
TO REPEAL THE ABILITY TO ENFORCE A COVENANT NOT TO COMPETE AGREEMENT.
CONCERNING THE DISTRIBUTION OF ASSETS OF AN ESTATE WITHOUT THE APPOINTMENT OF A PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE.
TO PROHIBIT AN INSURER FROM REQUIRING PAYMENT FOR HEALTHCARE SERVICES THROUGH GIFT CARDS, CREDIT CARDS, OR VIRTUAL CREDIT CARDS.
CONCERNING A VICTIM IMPACT STATEMENT IN A CRIMINAL TRIAL.
TO AMEND THE DEADLINE BY WHICH A STUDENT WHO HAS A PARENT OR GUARDIAN WHO RESIDES ON A MILITARY BASE MAY APPLY FOR A TRANSFER UNDER THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE ACT AND THE ARKANSAS OPPORTUNITY PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE ACT.
TO CREATE A UNIFORM SECURITY PROTOCOL FOR CERTAIN ARKANSAS PUBLIC EVENTS; AND TO CREATE A COMMITTEE TO STUDY AND RECOMMEND SECURITY PROTOCOLS FOR CERTAIN PUBLIC EVENTS.
TO AMEND PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING STUDENT RESIDENCY, COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE, AND MINIMUM ENROLLMENT AGE.
TO ENCOURAGE THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO APPROVE THE UNITED STATES-MEXICO-CANADA AGREEMENT (USMCA) TO ENSURE CONTINUITY IN TRADE BETWEEN THE THREE NORTH AMERICAN ECONOMIC PARTNERS.
Primary Sponsor for Senate
TO ALLOW A STUDENT IN GRADE NINE (9) TO EARN CREDIT IN A COURSE THAT INCLUDES PERSONAL AND FAMILY FINANCE STANDARDS.
AN ACT TO REPEAL DUPLICATIVE LAW CONCERNING THE REORGANIZATION OF MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
TO CELEBRATE AND RECOGNIZE WORLD DOWN SYNDROME DAY IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.
CoSponsor
TO ALLOW OUT-OF-STATE TEACHING EXPERIENCE TO BE CONSIDERED WHEN DETERMINING A TEACHER'S SALARY SCHEDULE.
TO AMEND THE REQUIREMENTS REGARDING TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION REQUIRED OF A NEWLY ELECTED SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER.
CONCERNING THE CIVIL AND CRIMINAL LIABILITY OF MANDATED REPORTERS WHO ACT IN GOOD FAITH.
CONCERNING THE ENTRY UPON A SCHOOL CAMPUS BY A PERSON WHO IS REQUIRED TO REGISTER AS A SEX OFFENDER.
TO REDUCE THE COSTS OF CONCEALED CARRY LICENSURE AND FIREARM OWNERSHIP.
TO CREATE THE TEACHER SALARY ENHANCEMENT ACT; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY"; AND TO MODERNIZE THE PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY.
TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT BELOW WHICH SALES AND USE TAX IS NOT DUE ON THE PURCHASE OF A USED MOTOR VEHICLE; AND TO ELIMINATE THE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN MOTOR VEHICLES, TRAILERS, AND SEMITRAILERS.
TO ALLOW FOR EXTENDED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH UNSTRUCTURED SOCIAL TIME; TO REQUIRE A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF TIME FOR RECESS; AND TO CONSIDER SUPERVISION DURING UNSTRUCTURED SOCIAL TIME AS INSTRUCTIONAL.
TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "HEALTHCARE PROVIDER" UNDER THE PATIENT PROTECTION ACT OF 1995; TO MODIFY THE DEFINITION OF "HEALTHCARE PROVIDER" AS USED UNDER THE ANY WILLING PROVIDER LAWS.
TO CREATE THE PERINATAL PALLIATIVE CARE INFORMATION ACT.
TO REQUIRE REPORTS UNDER THE TRANSFORMATION AND EFFICIENCIES ACT OF 2019 INCLUDING SAVINGS REPORTS.
TO PROHIBIT THE SALE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS, VAPOR PRODUCTS, ALTERNATIVE NICOTINE PRODUCTS, E-LIQUID PRODUCTS, AND CIGARETTE PAPERS TO A PERSON UNDER TWENTY-ONE (21) YEARS OF AGE.
TO ESTABLISH THE PUBLIC SAFETY ACT OF 2019; TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1985; AND TO DEVELOP A NEXT GENERATION 911 SYSTEM.
TO EXEMPT CERTAIN INFORMATION PERTAINING TO A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER FROM THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 1967; AND CONCERNING PUBLIC RECORD WEBSITES.
TO ALLOW AN AUTHORIZER TO TRANSFER AND ASSIGN A PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL'S CHARTER UNDER THE ARKANSAS QUALITY CHARTER SCHOOLS ACT OF 2013.
TO PROVIDE CIVIL AND CRIMINAL IMMUNITY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO MAKE REPORTS TO THE CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE IN GOOD FAITH.
TO CREATE "TARA'S LAW"; AND TO AMEND GRANDPARENTS' RIGHTS IN CUSTODY AND VISITATION MATTERS.
TO PROVIDE FOR MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT RATES THAT ADDRESS THE MINIMUM WAGE INCREASES; TO PROVIDE FOR IMMEDIATE AND ONGOING REGULAR REVIEWS OF MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT RATES AND METHODOLOGIES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
CONCERNING A MEMBER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND THE SCOPE OF WHERE A MEMBER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY CARRY AND POSSESS A HANDGUN.
CONCERNING WHAT CONSTITUTES CRIMINALLY INJURIOUS CONDUCT UNDER THE ARKANSAS CRIME VICTIMS REPARATIONS ACT.
CONCERNING THE SALES AND USE TAX LEVIED ON THE PURCHASE OF A MOTOR VEHICLE, TRAILER, OR SEMITRAILER WHEN A USED MOTOR VEHICLE, TRAILER, OR SEMITRAILER IS TRANSFERRED AS PART OF AN INSURANCE SETTLEMENT.
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF CERTAIN IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS.
TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO COVER NONEMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS RECEIVING DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY SERVICES.
TO CONGRATULATE THE LITTLE ROCK CHRISTIAN ACADEMY WARRIORS FOOTBALL TEAM ON WINNING THE 2018 CLASS 5A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP.
TO RECOGNIZE THE AMERICAN LEGION DEPARTMENT OF ARKANSAS AND CELEBRATE THE ONE HUNDREDTH BIRTHDAY OF THE DEPARTMENT.
TO RECOGNIZE THAT ABUSE AND NEGLECT OF CHILDREN IS A SIGNIFICANT PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM; TO COMMEND THE IMPORTANT WORK BEING DONE TO COMBAT THE PROBLEM; AND TO PROCLAIM APRIL 11, 2019, AS “CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER DAY”.
RESOLUTION TO EXPRESS THE WILL OF ARKANSAS TO ADJUST ARKANSAS'S TIME TO PRESERVE SUNSHINE; AND TO REQUEST THAT THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ALLOW STATES THE ABILITY TO "SPRING FORWARD" AND MAINTAIN THAT TIME PERMANENTLY.
TO THANK THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF THE MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FOR ONGOING SUPPORT AND TO PROCLAIM THE 2019 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FAMILY DAY.
CoSponsor for Senate
TO REDUCE THE FEES FOR A LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN; AND TO REDUCE THE FEE TO RENEW A LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN.
TO CREATE THE DOWN SYNDROME DISCRIMINATION BY ABORTION PROHIBITION ACT.
CONCERNING THE JAIL BOOKING AND ADMINISTRATION FEE; TO CREATE THE LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING FUND; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE FUNDING OF LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING AND OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT PURPOSES.
TO AMEND LAWS CONCERNING ABORTION FACILITIES AND ABORTION REPORTING; TO AMEND THE BORN-ALIVE INFANT PROTECTION LAWS; AND TO REQUIRE AN ADDITIONAL ACKNOWLEDGMENT UNDER THE WOMAN'S RIGHT-TO-KNOW ACT.
TO REQUIRE ADDITIONAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS BY CERTAIN PHYSICIANS AND HEALTHCARE FACILITIES FOR ABORTION COMPLICATIONS.
TO REQUIRE A STUDY AND ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE FUNCTIONS AND PROCESSES OF THE ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION.
CONCERNING LEGISLATION PROPOSED BY THE DIRECTOR OF STATE HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION.
TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING FUNDING FOR COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS.
TO CLARIFY THE STATE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT'S REGULATORY AND ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITY CONCERNING PHARMACY BENEFITS MANAGERS; AND TO MODIFY THE ARKANSAS PHARMACY BENEFITS MANAGER LICENSURE ACT.
TO AMEND THE ELIGIBILITY OF FAMILY MEMBERS WHO MAY APPLY FOR A GOLD STAR FAMILY SPECIAL LICENSE PLATE.

Committees

Committees