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Representative David M. Haak

9 Wood Place, Texarkana, 71854

Representative David M. Haak
Phone: 870-772-7931
Phone:
District: 21
District:
21
Seniority: 28
Seniority:
28
Occupation: Self-employed (First Tape & Label)
Occupation:
Self-employed (First Tape & Label)
Church Affiliation: Baptist
Church Affiliation:
Baptist
Veteran:
Veteran:
Public Service: House 1999, 2001
Public Service:
House 1999, 2001


Bills

Bill
Title
Bill Status
Primary Sponsor
AN ACT TO REQUIRE LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES TO OWN AND MAINTAIN EMERGENCY GENERATORS.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT DECISIONS CONCERNING SUSPENSIONS AND REVOCATIONS OF TOBACCO PERMITS SHALL BE DISCRETIONARY WITH THE DIRECTOR OF THE TOBACCO CONTROL BOARD.
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE DIRECTOR OF THE TOBACCO CONTROL BOARD TO DESTROY CONFISCATED TOBACCO PRODUCTS.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE TITLE 15, CHAPTER 57, SUBCHAPTER 3 TO CHANGE THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF CIVIL PENALTY THAT THE ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY CAN ASSESS.
AN ACT FOR THE ARKANSAS TOBACCO CONTROL BOARD - ADDITIONAL OPERATING EXPENSES APPROPRIATION FOR THE 2001-2003 BIENNIUM.
TO REQUIRE 501(C)(3) COMPANIES THAT RECEIVE MONIES FROM THE STATE TO BE AUDITED.
AN ACT TO AMEND VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS WATER WELL CONSTRUCTION ACT.
AN ACT TO SIMPLIFY THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE UNFAIR CIGARETTE SALES ACT, AND TO CLARIFY THAT BUY DOWN PROGRAMS OF CIGARETTE MANUFACTURERS GIVEN TO CIGARETTE RETAILERS DO NOT VIOLATE THE UNFAIR CIGARETTE SALES ACT.
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE AGENTS OF THE TOBACCO CONTROL BOARD TO ACT AS SPECIAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS LIMITED TO JURISDICTION OVER TOBACCO LAWS IN ARKANSAS.
AN ACT TO RAISE TO FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($5,000) THE ASSETS LIMIT FOR, AND TO ALLOW EACH HOUSEHOLD ONE (1) VEHICLE UNCOUNTED FOR ARKIDS FIRST A ELIGIBILITY.
AN ACT TO MODIFY THE MARINE SANITATION LAWS TO CONFORM WITH FEDERAL LAW.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 17-38-304; TO ENSURE THAT PERSONS EMPLOYED AS PLUMBERS IN ARKANSAS CONFORM TO ARKANSAS LAW.
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO PERMIT MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE TO SERVE TWELVE YEARS IN EACH HOUSE.
REQUESTING THE HOUSE INTERIM COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND THE SENATE INTERIM COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE, ECONOMIC AND INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT TO STUDY EMPOWERMENT ZONES.
REQUESTING THAT THE HOUSE AND SENATE INTERIM COMMITTEES ON REVENUE AND TAXATION STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING EMPOWERMENT ZONES AND TO PROVIDE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR LEGISLATION TO THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
REQUESTING THE HOUSE INTERIM COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE, AND LABOR TO COMPARE THE QUALITY OF CARE PROVIDED BY FOSTER HOMES TO THAT PROVIDED BY ORPHANAGES IN THIS STATE.
Primary Sponsor for Senate
TO AUTHORIZE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT FOR RED RIVER COMMISSION DESIGNEES.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 3-4-206 TO PROHIBIT FUTURE LIQUOR STORES FROM BEING LOCATED WITHIN 1,000 FEET OF A CHURCH OR SCHOOLHOUSE.
CoSponsor
AN ACT TO INCLUDE NURSING SCHOOLS AS APPROVED INSTITUTIONS IN THE ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.
TO CLARIFY THE DEFINITION OF "FENCE".
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 26-26-1902 RELATING TO THE FREQUENCY OF COUNTY REAPPRAISALS.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 26-55-211 TO BROADEN THE BORDER TAX RATE IMPLEMENTED BY ARKANSAS CODE 26-55-210.
THE SAFE HAVEN ACT.
TO CHANGE THE DWI THRESHOLD FROM 0.10% TO 0.08.
AN ACT TO CHANGE THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE ARKANSAS STATE BOARD OF NURSING.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 8-6-609 AND 8-6-610 TO CHANGE THE RECYCLING GRANTS REPORTING PERIOD TO THE STATE FISCAL YEAR; TO CLARIFY THE REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS OF RECYCLING GRANT RECIPIENTS.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 18-45-202 RELATING TO PRIORITY OF LIENS OF VEHICLE REPAIRMEN AND BLACKSMITHS.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 5-62-101 REGARDING CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.
AN ACT TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF THEFT OF MOTOR FUEL.
AN ACT TO PROMOTE GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION WEEK IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.
AN ACT AUTHORIZING CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENENACE OF A MONUMENT ON STATE CAPITOL GROUNDS HONORING FIREFIGHTERS WHO HAVE DIED IN THE LINE OF DUTY.
TO CREATE WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AN ASSISTED LIVING PROGRAM FOR THE STATE OF ARKANSAS; TO ALLOW RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES TO CONVERT TO ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES.
AN ACT TO ENSURE EQUAL GE0GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION ON THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION BY APPOINTING THE MEMBERS FROM CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS.
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS FOOTBALL CLASSIC AND THE ARKANSAS MEALS-ON-WHEELS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT.
TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR PAYMENTS TO NURSING FACILITIES.
AN ACT TO BE KNOWN AS THE “COVENANT MARRIAGE ACT OF 2001”.
AN ACT TO ESTABLISH AN ARKANSAS LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION ON NURSING.
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.
AN ACT TO CREATE THE HEALTH TASK FORCE COMMISSION; TO ADD A MEMBER TO THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES ADVISORY COUNCIL.
AN ACT TO CREATE THE TASK FORCE ON METHAMPHETAMINE.
AN ACT TO EXEMPT AGENTS, CONTRACTORS, AND SUBCONTRACTORS PERFORMING ELECTRICAL WORK WITHIN AN EXISTING INDUSTRIAL FACILITY FROM ELECTRICIAN LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS.
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 AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 11-10-515(c) CONCERNING DISQUALIFICATION FOR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS.
AN ACT TO DEFINE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE STATE AND COMMUNITIES.
AN ACT TO PREVENT WORKPLACE VIOLENCE.
AN ACT TO AMEND THE TRANSITIONAL EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE ACT TO ENCOURAGE THE COOPERATION OF THE TEA CLIENT WITH THE TRANSITIONAL EMPLOYMENT ASSISITANCE PROGRAM.