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Representative Jim Milum

607 Skyline Drive, Harrison, 72601

Representative Jim Milum
Phone: 870-741-7532
Phone:
District: 29
District:
29
Seniority: 39
Seniority:
39
Occupation: Engineer, Real Estate, Farming
Occupation:
Engineer, Real Estate, Farming
Church Affiliation: First Christian Church
Church Affiliation:
First Christian Church
Veteran:
Veteran:
Public Service: Harrison Alderman 1989-96; House 1997, 1999
Public Service:
Harrison Alderman 1989-96; House 1997, 1999


Bills

Bill
Title
Bill Status
Primary Sponsor
AN ACT TO EXEMPT THE FIRST TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($20,000) OF THE VALUE OF A RESIDENCE OWNED BY A PERSON WHO IS SIXTY FIVE (65) YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER FROM AD VALOREM PROPERTY TAXES.
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS AGRICULTURAL ENHANCEMENT PROMOTION GROUP.
TO DESIGNATE THE FIRST FRIDAY IN MARCH OF EACH YEAR AS ARKANSAS AGRICULTURE RECOGNITION DAY.
AN ACT TO PERMIT FREEZE BRANDING.
TO PROVIDE FOR THE INITIAL APPRAISAL OF NEW CONSTRUCTION TO BE AT THE LESSER OF CONSTRUCTION COSTS OR THE APPRAISED VALUE DETERMINED BY THE COUNTY ASSESSOR.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE WRITTEN NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS PRIOR TO THE REAPPRAISAL OF THEIR PROPERTY BY THE COUNTY ASSESSOR.
TO REPORT THE USE OF STATE FUNDS TO OPPOSE OR SUPPORT A BALLOT MEASURE.
TO REDUCE THE REQUIRED RATIO OF ASSESSED VALUE TO MARKET VALUE AS IT RELATES TO AD VALOREM TAXES.
TO PROVIDE THAT WHEN ANY ITEM OF A PERSON'S PERSONAL PROPERTY HAS A MARKET VALUE OF TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS OR LESS, THE COUNTY ASSESSOR SHALL RECORD THE ASSESSED VALUE AS ZERO.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT SALES AND USE TAX RECEIPTS ON THE SALE OF NEW AND USED MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE RELATED ITEMS SHALL BE USED SOLELY FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF HIGHWAYS, ROADS, AND STREETS."
AN ACT TO AMEND VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE TO PROVIDE THE POSTING AND TRESPSS LAWS."
AN ACT TO PROVIDE PROPERTY TAX RELIEF TO HOMEOWNERS.
TO REQUIRE COUNTY EQUALIZATION BOARD MEMBERS TO BE 1-YEAR RESIDENTS, TO INCREASE THE SIZE OF THE BOARDS, AND LET QUORUM COURTS APPOINT BOARD MEMBERS."
TO REQUIRE THE ASSESSMENT COORDINATION DEPARTMENT TO CONDUCT PUBLIC HEARINGS PRIOR TO MODIFYING AGRICULTURAL, PASTURE OR TIMBER PROPERTY VALUES FOR AD VALOREM TAX PURPOSES.
AN ACT FOR THE ARKANSAS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION - GRANT TO THE AGRICULTURE ENHANCEMENT PROMOTION GROUP APPROPRIATION FOR THE 1999-2001 BIENNIUM.
TO REQUIRE VEHICLES TO BE REGISTERED WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS OF PURCHASE.
TO PROVIDE A CAUSE OF ACTION FOR DISPARAGEMENT OF PERISHABLE AGRICULTURAL FOOD PRODUCTS.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 26-26-1408(a)(2) AND (a)(3) RELATING TO THE ASSESSMENT OF PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR AD VALOREM TAXES.
PROPOSING A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO PROVIDE PROPERTY TAX RELIEF.
Primary Sponsor for Senate
TO RESTRUCTURE THE ELECTRIC UTILITY INDUSTRY IN ARKANSAS AND PROVIDE CONSUMER CHOICE IN THE SUPPLY OF RETAIL ELECTRICITY.
AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - GATEWAY ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SCHOOL APPROPRIATION FOR THE 1999-2001 BIENNIUM.
TO REPEAL CERTAIN OBSOLETE STATUTES THAT HAVE BEEN SUPERSEDED BY REGULATIONS OF THE ARKANSAS STATE GAME AND FISH COMMISSION.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE RELATING TO THE QUALIFICATIONS AND METHOD OF SELECTION OF COUNTY EQUALIZATION BOARDS.
CoSponsor
AN ACT TO PROVIDE AN EXEMPTION TO THE ARKANSAS GROSS RECEIPTS TAX FOR SALES OF FOOD FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION OTHER THAN SALES BY RESTAURANTS, CAFES, AND CAFETERIAS.
TO REDUCE THE PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENT VALUE TO 15% AND TO INCREASE THE STATE SALES TAX BY TWO-THIRDS OF ONE PERCENT (2/3) OF 1%.
AN ACT TO ALLOW A PERSON WITH A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE TO CARRY ANY HANDGUN HE OR SHE CHOOSES.
AN ACT TO REDUCE THE CAPITAL GAINS TAX FOR TAXABLE YEAR 1999 AND TO ABOLISH THE TAX FOR TAXABLE YEARS THEREAFTER.
TO PROVIDE THAT REAL PROPERTY SHALL NOT BE REAPPRAISED MORE THAN ONCE EVERY 5 YEARS; TO PROVIDE THAT PROPERTY TAXES SHALL NOT BE REASSESSED AFTER REAPPRAISAL UNTIL ALL PROPERTY HAS BEEN REAPPRAISED.
AN ACT CONCERNING RESIDENTIAL TELEPHONE SALES COLLECTION PRACTICES.
TO AUTHORIZE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM TO RETIRE AFTER TWENTY-EIGHT (28) YEARS OF CREDITED SERVICE.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 26-51-503 PERTAINING TO THE TAX CREDIT FOR DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED CHILDREN
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CODE TO CLARIFY THE MISSION AND TO MORE SPECIFICALLY DEFINE THE POWERS, FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES OF THE ARKANSAS FORESTRY COMMISSION.
TO REQUIRE ANY PERSON DESIRING TO BURN FOREST VEGETATION TO NOTIFY THE ARKANSAS FORESTRY COMMISSION.
RELATING TO THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITY OF ARKANSAS FORESTRY COMMISSION PERSONNEL.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT THE ARKANSAS GENERAL ASSEMBLY SHALL NOT MEET ON THE THIRD MONDAY IN JANUARY IN RESPECT TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. AND IN OBSERVANCE OF HIS BIRTHDAY
THE IRA AND SAVINGS INCENTIVE ACT OF 1999.
AN ACT TO PHASE IN INCOME TAX EXEMPTION FOR CAPITAL GAINS; ADOPT ROTH AND EDUCATION IRA PROVISIONS; EXEMPT FROM INCOME TAX $6,000 OF IRA DISTRIBUTION; AND INCREASE DEPENDENT TAX CREDIT.
TO MAKE THE HEARINGS AND RECORDS OF CERTAIN JUVENILE PROCEEDINGS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND THE MEDIA.
TO INCREASE THE HOMESTEAD TAX REFUND.
TO CREATE A COLLEGE OF INFORMATION SCIENCE AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT LITTLE ROCK.
AN ACT TO PROHIBIT THE SALE OF HAND-HELD LASER POINTERS TO MINORS.
AN ACT TO AMEND THE ELEGIBILITY REQUIREMENT FOR THE ACADEMIC CHALLNGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM; AND TO CLARIFY EXISTING LANGUAGE.
AN ACT TO ALLOW THE TAKING OF FERAL HOGS; TO AMEND CERTAIN SECTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE PERTAINING TO LIVESTOCK RUNNING AT LARGE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
TO PROVIDE FOR THE PROTECTION OF NEW HOME BUYERS IN ARKANSAS.
AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND TOURISM - FOR THE BILL CLINTON BIRTHPLACE HOME CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
AN ACT TO REPEAL ARKANSAS 2-40-827 WHICH WOULD HAVE SUNSET THE EQUINE INFECTIOUS ANEMIA LAW ON AUGUST 1, 2000; TO REVISE VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF THE EQUINE INFECTIOUS ANEMIA LAW.
AN ACT TO PROMOTE THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CATFISH INDUSTRY IN ARKANSAS.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF WORLD WAR II VETERAN, KOREAN WAR VETERAN, VIETNAM VETERAN, AND PERSIAN GULF VETERAN LICENSE PLATES.
AN ACT TO DECLARE THE THIRD FRIDAY IN SEPTEMBER AS ‘POW/MIA RECOGNITION DAY’.
THE FREEDOM OF CHOICE AMONG HEALTH BENEFIT PLANS ACT.
TO PREEMPT LOCAL UNITS OF GOVERNMENT FROM FILING LAWSUITS AGAINST FIREARM AND AMMUNITION MANUFACTURERS FOR DAMAGES FROM THE LAWFUL SALE OF FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION TO THE PUBLIC.
THE ARKANSAS TECHNICAL CAREERS STUDENT LOAN FORGIVENESS PROGRAM.
ARKANSAS HIGHWAY FINANCING ACT OF 1999.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL PENALTIES FOR LARGE TRUCKS EXCEEDING SPEED LIMITS.
TO AUTHORIZE TEACHERS TO REMOVE STUDENTS FROM CLASS IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE IN THE CLASSROOM.
TO EXPAND THE PROPERTY TAX CREDIT FOR SENIOR CITIZENS TO INCLUDE DISABLED PERSONS.
TO EXEMPT CERTAIN LOW INCOME INDIVIDUALS FROM THE GROSS RECEIPTS TAX ON FOOD.
TO REQUIRE RESTITUTION FOR THEFT OF SERVICES WHICH INVOLVE PUBLIC UTILITIES AND TO ENHANCE THE PENALTIES WHERE THE THEFT RESULTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION.
TO ESTABLISH RESIDENT SPECIAL PERMIT FEE FOR HUNTING ELK.
TO AMEND VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE REGARDING AMUSEMENT DEVICES.
TO REPEAL CERTAIN OBSOLETE STATUTES THAT HAVE BEEN SUPERSEDED BY REGULATIONS OF THE ARKANSAS STATE GAME AND FISH COMMISSION.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR THE MANUFACTURERS OF ADVANCED BIOFUELS; TO DEFINE ADVANCED BIOFUELS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 16-90-702 AND 16-90-716 TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL REPARATIONS TO VICTIMS WHOSE INJURIES ARE CATASTROPHIC AND RESULT IN A TOTAL AND PERMANENT DISABILITY.
AN ACT CONCERNING GUN SAFETY EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS.
IN RESPECTFUL MEMORY OF REPRESENTATIVE WILLIAM K. ‘MAC’ MCGEHEE, JR. AND IN RECOGNITION OF HIS MANY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AND HIS LOCAL COMMUNITY.
TO DESIGNATE THE MEMBERS’ PRIVATE WORK AREA OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AS A ‘NON-SMOKING AREA’.
URGING THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO TAKE APPROPRIATE ACTION TO REMOVE OFFICIAL PROHIBITIONS AND DETERRENTS TO THE SALE OF AMERICAN FARM PRODUCTS TO CUBA.
COMMENDING AND CONGRATULATING THE MEMBERS OF THE ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY INDIANS MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM AND HEAD COACH DICKEY NUTT ON THEIR OUTSTANDING 1998-99 REGULAR SEASON.
TO EXPRESS THE INTENT OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES THAT ALL FORMER MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ARE AUTHORIZED AND ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES LAPEL PINS.
CoSponsor for Senate
TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL DUCKS UNLIMITED MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE PLATES.
AN ACT TO AMEND VARIOUS CAMPAIGN AND ETHICS LAWS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
REGULATING STATE EMPLOYMENT OF CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS, AND THEIR SPOUSES; ESTABLISHES PROCEDURES REGARDING THEIR ENTERING INTO GRANTS, CONTRACTS OR LEASES WITH THE STATE.
TO CLARIFY THE LAW GRANTING SICK LEAVE TO MUNICIPAL FIRE FIGHTERS.
PERFORMANCE-BASED PROGRAM BUDGETING AND STRATEGIC PLANNING PILOT PROGRAM
TO EXEMPT THE SALE OF DIGITAL BROADCAST EQUIPMENT TO LICENSED T.V. AND RADIO STATIONS FROM THE ARKANSAS GROSS RECEIPTS TAX.
TO CREATE A FINANCIAL INCENTIVE PROGRAM FOR TRAVEL AGENTS, TOUR OPERATORS, TOUR BROKERS, AND GROUP LEADERS TO PROMOTE MOTORCOACH TRAVEL.
TO CHANGE THE NORMAL RETIREMENT AGE FOR LOPFI TO PERMIT RETIREMENT AT ANY AGE WITH 28 YEARS OF SERVICE.
THE PROSTATE CANCER ACT OF 1999.
TO ESTABLISH AND PROMOTE A UNIFORM SYSTEM OF REAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENTS WITHIN EACH COUNTY OF THE STATE.
THE EXTENDED JUVENILE JURISDICTION ACT.
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE ELECTRIC UTILITY COMPETITION.