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Representative Percy Malone

518 Clay, Arkadelphia, 71923

Representative Percy Malone
Phone: 870-246-4141
Phone:
District: 36
District:
36
Seniority: 6
Seniority:
6
Occupation: Pharmacist/Businessman
Occupation:
Pharmacist/Businessman
Church Affiliation: Baptist
Church Affiliation:
Baptist
Veteran:
Veteran:
Public Service: President, Clark County Industrial Council; Presid
Public Service:
President, Clark County Industrial Council; Presid


Bills

Bill
Title
Bill Status
Primary Sponsor
REPEAL ARKANSAS CODE 27-15-2202(c)
PROVIDE THAT WHEN REAL PROPERTY IS DAMAGED BY A NATURAL DISASTER THAT THE ASSESSOR SHALL REVALUE THE PROPERTY IF THE DAMAGE OCURRED PRIOR TO THE DATE THE ASSESSOR'S RECORDS ARE TO BE DELIVERED TO THE COUNTY CLERK.
AN ACT TO CHANGE CERTAIN LICENSING REQUIREMENTS FOR PHARMACISTS
AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION - DISBURSING OFFICER-DISASTER ASSISTANCE GRANTS SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION
TO AMEND VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE COUNTY AND REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ACT; TO CHANGE THE TITLE TO 'COUNTY AND REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY ACT'.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 21-4-211(6) TO ALLOW THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE TO EMPLOYEES SEEKING A MASTER'S DEGREE IN PUBLIC HEALTH.
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT ACT TO PROVIDE INTERIM STATUS FOR NEWLY-REGULATED HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL FACILITIES IN THE SAME MANNER AS PROVIDED UNDER FEDERAL LAW.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT WHEN ANY AREA IS DECLARED A NATURAL DISASTER AREA, SCHOOL DISTRICTS THEREIN WILL NOT LOSE STATE EQUALIZATION FUNDING FOR THAT YEAR OR THE NEXT YEAR.
TO MAKE IT ILLEGAL TO PROJECT A LASER LIGHT ON A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER; TO PRESCRIBE PENALTIES.
TO PROVIDE TIME LIMITATIONS FOR ASSESSMENTS, COLLECTION AND REFUNDS OF INSURANCE PREMIUM TAXES.
COMMERCIAL LINES INSURANCE DEREGULATION ACT.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 22-2-114 PERTAINING TO THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE BUILDING SERVICES COUNCIL TO ADOPT STANDARDS AND CRITERIA FOR THE LEASING OF SPACE FOR STATE AGENCIES.
TO AMEND 17-15-302 PERTAINING TO EXEMPTIONS FROM THE LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS FOR ARCHITECTS; TO AMEND 17-15-203 PERTAINING TO THE DUTIES AND POWERS OF THE ARKANSAS STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTS; TO REPEAL 17-15-306.
TO PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR TREATMENT OF THE BONES AND JOINTS OF THE FACE, HEAD AND NECK IN THE SAME MANNER AS COVERAGE FOR TREATMENT OF OTHER BONES AND JOINTS OF THE HUMAN BODY.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 4-33-1302 PERTAINING TO AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTIONS OF NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS.
AN ACT TO CLARIFY THE AUTHORITY OF THE ARKANSAS STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY IN REGARD TO THE INSPECTION OF HOSPITAL PHARMACIES.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR A DENTAL POINT OF SERVICE OPTION IN HEALTH CARE PLANS.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 4-88-113 CONCERNING PRIVATE CIVIL ENFORCEMENT AND REMEDIES.
TO PROHIBIT A MUNICIPAL COURT, LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY, OR A TOWING BUSINESS FROM SEIZING OR IMPOUNDING ANY MOTOR VEHICLE WITHOUT SPECIFIC AUTHORITY OF STATE LAW.
Primary Sponsor for Senate
TO REPEAL ARKANSAS CODE 26-54-106 PERTAINING TO THE FAILURE TO FURNISH INFORMATION OF TAXES DUE BY CORPORATIONS.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 26-54-107 PERTAINING TO THE COMPUTATION OF TAXES OF CORPORATIONS.
AN ACT TO CREATE THE OUACHITA RIVER COMMISSION, TO CREATE OUACHITA RIVER IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS; TO CREATE THE OUACHITA RIVER WATERWAYS PROJECT TRUST FUND.
CoSponsor
AN ACT TO ALLOW A PERSON WITH A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE TO CARRY ANY HANDGUN HE OR SHE CHOOSES.
TO AUTHORIZE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM TO RETIRE AFTER TWENTY-EIGHT (28) YEARS OF CREDITED SERVICE.
THE ARKANSAS WORKFORCE INVESTMENT ACT.
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
AN ACT TO REQUIRE HEALTH INSURANCE PLANS TO PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR MEDICALLY NECESSARY FOODS AND FOOD PRODUCTS FOR INHERITED METABOLIC DISEASES.
TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS LICENSE PLATES.
TO CREATE A COLLEGE OF INFORMATION SCIENCE AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT LITTLE ROCK.
TO AMEND THE PERMIT FEES FOR FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS.
TO PERMIT EMPLOYEES OF STATE-SUPPORTED INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING TO PARTICIPATE IN DISASTER VOLUNTEER SERVICE UNDER THE DISASTER SERVICE VOLUNTEER ACT.
AN ACT TO AMEND THE ELEGIBILITY REQUIREMENT FOR THE ACADEMIC CHALLNGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM; AND TO CLARIFY EXISTING LANGUAGE.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 24-11-301 CONCERNING THE APPROPRIATION OF INSURANCE PREMIUM TAXES; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS CONSUMER TELEPHONE PRIVACY ACT.
AN ACT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND TOURISM - FOR THE BILL CLINTON BIRTHPLACE HOME CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION NUMBERS BY INSURANCE COMPANIES AND HMOS.
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 EARTHQUAKE AUTHORITY ACT.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL PENALTIES FOR LARGE TRUCKS EXCEEDING SPEED LIMITS.
TO AMEND THE REGULATION OF TELEPHONIC SELLERS BY PROHIBITING CALLER IDENTIFICATION BLOCKING.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE TITLE 4, CHAPTER 88 TO ADD SUBCHAPTER 4 CONCERNING ‘SLAMMING' IN THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE TITLE 4, CHAPTER 88 TO ADD SUBCHAPTER 4 CONCERNING "CRAMMING" IN THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY.
TO PROHIBIT TELEMARKETERS FROM SUBMITTING FOR PAYMENT A CHECK, DRAFT OR OTHER FORM OF NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENT WITHOUT THE CONSUMER'S EXPRESS WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION.
EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT, UTILITY WORKERS, RELIEF WORKERS, GOVERNMENT WORKERS AND CITIZENS WHO RESPONDED TO AND ASSISTED THE VICTIMS OF THE RECENT TORNADOES THAT RAVAGED THIS STATE.
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.
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
AN ACT TO ENACT A NON-MANDATED CATASTROPHIC MENTAL HEALTH PARITY ACT TO SUPERCEDE THE ARKANSAS MENTAL HEALTH PARITY ACT UNTIL JULY 1, 2005.
THE PROSTATE CANCER ACT OF 1999.
TO ESTABLISH AND PROMOTE A UNIFORM SYSTEM OF REAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENTS WITHIN EACH COUNTY OF THE STATE.
TO SUBSTITUTE ACCREDITATION SURVEYS BY THE JOINT COMMISSION ON ACCREDITATION FOR STATE LICENSING SURVEYS FOR HOSPITALS WHICH ARE ACCREDITED.
THE EXTENDED JUVENILE JURISDICTION ACT.
AN ACT FOR THE AUDITOR OF STATE - DEPUTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS APPROPRIATION FOR THE 1999-2001 BIENNIUM .
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKIDS FIRST PROGRAM TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE FOR CHILDREN UP TO TWO HUNDRED PERCENT OF THE FEDERAL POVERTY GUIDELINE.
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE ELECTRIC UTILITY COMPETITION.
AN ACT TO REVISE THE ARKANSAS PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY AND PUBLIC ASSISTANCE REFORM ACT.
TO PROVIDE FOR THE SELECTION AND CHANGING OF A PHYSICIAN UNDER THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW.
TO ELIMINATE PROVISIONS DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL BY THE ARKANSAS SUPREME COURT.