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Representative Jeff Gillespie

P. O. Box 524, Danville, 72833

Representative Jeff Gillespie
Phone: 479-495-5253
Phone:
District: 27
District:
27
Seniority: 15
Seniority:
15
Occupation: Poultry and Cattle Farmer; J & B Enterprises
Occupation:
Poultry and Cattle Farmer; J & B Enterprises
Church Affiliation: Baptist
Church Affiliation:
Baptist
Veteran:
Veteran:
Public Service: Term beginning January 1998, 1999, 2001
Public Service:
Term beginning January 1998, 1999, 2001


Bills

Bill
Title
Bill Status
Primary Sponsor
AN ACT TO REDESIGNATE THE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT AS A DIVISION B JUDICIAL DISTRICT AS IT RELATES TO PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT ALL RAILROADS MUST HAVE AT LEAST TWO PERSONS ON ALL TRAINS AND LOCOMOTIVES OPERATING WITHIN THIS STATE.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE FUNDS RECEIVED BY THE STATE FROM THE MASTER SETTLEMENT WITH TOBACCO COMPANIES AND TO REPEAL INITIATED ACT 1 OF 2000.
TO PERMIT AGENCIES TO WAIVE THE RE-POSTING OF BONDS BY LARHGE EARTH-MOVING CONTRACTORS DUE TO A CHANGE ORDER.
TO AMEND VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF THE LAW CONCERNING SOLICITATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS.
TO INCLUDE PUMPED STORAGE HYDROELECTRIC OR HYDROELECTRIC POWER GENERATION FACILITIES IN THE ARKANSAS ENTERPRISE ZONE ACT OF 1993.
AN ACT TO EXEMPT CERTAIN LANDSCAPING AND LAWN CARE SERVICES FROM THE ARKANSAS GROSS RECEIPTS TAX.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 20-8-106 CONCERNING HEALTH SERVICES PROGRAM.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE SALES AND USE TAX REFUNDS AND INCOME TAX CREDITS TO QUALIFIED PUMPED STORAGE PROJECTS.
Primary Sponsor for Senate
AN ACT CONCERNING ETHICS AND CONFLICTS OF INTEREST.
TO REPEAL ARKANSAS CODE 8-7-504(c) AND TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 8-7-509(c) AND 15-5-901 TO CLARIFY THE SOURCE OF FUNDING FOR THE REMEDIAL ACTION ACCOUNT IN THE CONSTRUCTION ASSISTANCE REVOLVING LOAN FUND.
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS VOLUNTARY CLEANUP ACT TO CHANGE THE TERM OF THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE PROSPECTIVE PURCHASER AND THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY.
CoSponsor
AN ACT TO INCLUDE NURSING SCHOOLS AS APPROVED INSTITUTIONS IN THE ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 10-3-309 RELATING TO THE REVIEW OF AGENCY REGULATION BY THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 5-73-306 TO PERMIT A PERSON TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN INTO A RESTAURANT OR PUBLIC PARK.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 26-26-1902 RELATING TO THE FREQUENCY OF COUNTY REAPPRAISALS.
THE SAFE HAVEN ACT.
AN ACT TO ASSURE WOMEN OF THEIR RIGHT TO RECEIVE ADEQUATE INFORMATION BEFORE TERMINATING A PREGNANCY.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE STATE AGENCIES TO REPORT TO THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL WHEN A GRANT IN EXCESS OF $25,000 IS RECEIVED.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 5-26-203 TO INCREASE THE PENALTY FOR CONCEALING BIRTH.
AN ACT TO LEVY A QUALITY ASSURANCE FEE.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 12-12-903(13)(A) TO ADD OFFENSES TO THE DEFINITION OF SEXUAL OFFENSES FOR PURPOSES OF THE SEX AND CHILD OFFENDER REGISTRATION ACT.
AN ACT TO MAKE LONG-TERM CARE AFFORDABLE AND AVAILABLE FOR FACILITY RESIDENTS.
AN ACT TO REPEAL ARKANSAS CODE 23-75-117 PERTAINING TO SALARIES PAID BY HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CORPORATIONS.
AN ACT TO INCREASE THE FEE FOR THE ISSUANCE OR RENEWAL OF DRIVER LICENSES FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE ARKANSAS STATE POLICE.
AN ACT TO INCLUDE CHICKEN LITTER AMONG PRODUCTS ELIGIBLE FOR CLASS EIGHT LICENSES FOR FARM PRODUCT TRUCKS AND TRAILERS.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE MENTAL HEALTH PARITY FOR CHILDREN COVERED BY THE ARKIDS FIRST PROGRAM.
AN ACT TO ENSURE EQUAL GE0GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION ON THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION BY APPOINTING THE MEMBERS FROM CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS.
TO ESTABLISH A PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC PORT AUTHORITIES IN ARKANSAS TO FUND PUBLIC PORT INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS TRAFFIC LAWS TO AUTHORIZE THE USE OF THE CENTER LEFT-TURN LANES FOR ENTERING TRAFFIC.
AN ACT TO CLARIFY THE ALLOCATION OF DEPUTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS THROUGHOUT THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE ALL EMPLOYEES OF PROVIDERS OF CARE TO DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED ADULT PERSONS TO PASS CRIMINAL RECORDS CHECKS.
TO PROHIBIT A PERSON FROM PROFITING FROM SPONSORSHIP OF AN INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM, OR CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT WHICH PROPOSES THE SALE OF COUNTY OR MUNICIPAL PROPERTY.
TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR PAYMENTS TO NURSING FACILITIES.
DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES SHALL ABATE CURRENT LOAN BALANCES BY DISSOLVING THE JUVENILE DETENTION REVOLVING LOAN FUND TO JUVENILE DETENTION CENTERS IN INDEPENDENCE, YELL, JEFFERSON, WASHINGTON, AND MILLER COUNTIES.
TO PROVIDE FOR SEXUALLY VIOLENT PREDATOR ASSESSMENTS PRIOR TO PROSECUTION.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 21-8-801 AND ARKANSAS CODE 21-8-604 TO CLARIFY THE RECEIVING OF GIFTS OR COMPENSATION BY PUBLIC SERVANTS, AND WHEN A LOBBYIST IS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE AN ITEMIZED LISTING OF FOOD, TRAVEL, AND LODGING.
AN ACT TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO THE ARKANSAS WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
PETITIONING THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR TO DECLARE THE BENGE ROUTE AND THE BELL ROUTE WITHIN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AS A PART OF THE TRAIL OF TEARS NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL.
PROPOSING TO AMEND AMENDMENT 73 TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH TERM LIMITS FOR MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
TO AMEND THE HOUSE RULES TO ADD A NEW RULE TO REQUIRE THE PUBLISHING OF ROLL CALL VOTES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ON THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S INTERNET WEB SITE.
REQUESTING THE JOINT PERFORMANCE REVIEW COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES.
RECOGNIZING LUKE MORRIS FOR HIS COURAGE IN RECOVERING FROM HIS INJURIES RECEIVED IN A CAR ACCIDENT ON FEBRUARY 17, AND COMMENDING THE THREE PEOPLE WHO ARRIVED ON THE SCENE AND BEGAN LIFE SAVING MEASURES.
CoSponsor for Senate
AN ACT TO REMOVE THE ASSETS TEST FOR CHILDREN TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR MEDICAID.
AN ACT TO CLOSE THE GAP IN FUNDING FOR TWO-YEAR COLLEGES.
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC TRANSIT TRUST FUND.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 23-110-105 TO CLARIFY THE DISTRIBUTION OF RACING PASSES.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE UNIFORM PRESCRIPTION DRUG INFORMATION CARDS.
ENTITIES WHICH RECEIVE TOBACCO SETTLEMENT PROCEEDS SHALL ACCOUNT FOR THOSE FUNDS SEPARATELY; FUNDS SHALL BE SUBJECT TO ANNUAL REVIEW/AUDIT BY LEGISLATIVE AUDIT.