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Representative Mary Anne Salmon

29 Heritage Park Circle, North Little Rock, 72116

Representative Mary Anne Salmon
Phone: 501-753-2296
Phone:
District: 61
District:
61
Seniority: 21
Seniority:
21
Occupation: Consultant
Occupation:
Consultant
Church Affiliation: Southern Baptist
Church Affiliation:
Southern Baptist
Veteran:
Veteran:
Public Service: Commissioner Lakewood Improvement District, House
Public Service:
Commissioner Lakewood Improvement District, House


Bills

Bill
Title
Bill Status
Primary Sponsor
AN ACT TO EXPAND THE DEFINITION OF VICTIM IN THE ARKANSAS CRIME VICTIMS REPARATIONS ACT.
TO AMEND VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE RELATING TO THE SALE OF EXPORT CIGARETTES.
TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF RESIDENTS NEEDED ON A PETITION FOR THE INCORPORATION.
TO INCREASE THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF SICK LEAVE MUNICIPAL POLICE OFFICERS MAY ACCUMULATE.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 16-17-129 TO AUTHORIZE COUNTIES TO LEVY AN ADDITIONAL FINE NOT TO EXCEED FIVE DOLLARS ($5.00) TO HELP DEFRAY THE COST OF INCARCERATION IN COUNTY JAILS; TO EXPAND 16-17-129 TO APPLY TO ALL CITIES.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 26-75-603 PERTAINING TO THE ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION COMMISSION ACT.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 6-61-525 TO PRESCRIBE THE HOUSING ALLOWANCE FOR PRESIDENTS OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES.
TO ESTABLISH A WORK CENTER-MADE PRODUCTS PROGRAM.
AN ACT TO ALLOW CHILDREN BORN ON OR BEFORE OCTOBER 1, 1996 TO ENTER KINDERGARTEN UNDER THE OLD DEADLINE OF OCTOBER 1 TO ATTAIN THE AGE OF FIVE (5).
AN ACT TO REQUIRE A MAJORITY OF THE VOTERS IN A CITY OR COUNTY TO APPROVE THE QUESTION OF FLUORIDATING DRINKING WATER SUPPLIES IN THE POLITICAL SUBDIVISION.
TO ALLOW FOR THE EVICTION OF TENANTS FOR USE OF ANY PREMISES IN CONTINUING CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS OR FOR MANUFACTURE OR DELIVERY OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, OR ANY OTHER CRIMINAL OFFENSE.
AN ACT TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CODE BY ADDING A SECTION DECLARING RECORDS, FILES, AND INFORMATION PERTAINING TO ANY TAX LEVIED AND COLLECTED PURSUANT TO THE ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION COMMISSION ACT CONFIDENTIAL AND PRIVILEGED.
TO ADOPT JOINT RULES FOR THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND THE SENATE.
PROVIDING FOR THE EXTENSION OF THE REGULAR SESSION OF THE EIGHTY-THIRD GENERAL ASSEMBLY UNTIL THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 2001.
PROVIDING FOR THE EXTENSION OF THE REGULAR SESSION OF THE EIGHTY-THIRD GENERAL ASSEMBLY UNTIL THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 2001.
EXTENSION OF THE REGULAR SESSION UNTIL THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 2001.
EXTENSION OF THE REGULAR SESSION UNTIL THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2001.
TO PROVIDE FOR AN EXTENSION OF THE REGULAR SESSION OF THE EIGHTY-THIRD GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND TO PROVIDE FOR A RECESS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
TO AMEND RULE 80 OF THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE EIGHTY-THIRD GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Primary Sponsor for Senate
AN ACT TO CREATE AN OWNER-USER INSPECTION PROGRAM FOR THE INSPECTION OF BOILERS OR OTHER PRESSURE VESSELS.
TO REQUIRE LIVESTOCK SHOWS AND FAIR ASSOCIATIONS TO FILE A LISTING OF EXPENDITURES WITH THE LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY COMMISSION.
TO RECOGNIZE A COMMITMENT BY THE STATE OF ARKANSAS TO ADMINISTER SERVICES, PROGRAMS, AND ACTIVITIES IN THE MOST INTEGRATED SETTING APPROPRIATE TO THE NEEDS OF QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES.
CoSponsor
AN ACT TO INCLUDE NURSING SCHOOLS AS APPROVED INSTITUTIONS IN THE ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.
TO AMEND ARKANSAS' LITTER LAW TO ADJUST THE LEVEL OF FINES AND REQUIRE COMMUNITY SERVICE FOR LITTERING AND DEDICATE FINE MONEY FOR ANTI-LITTERING PROGRAMS.
THE SAFE HAVEN ACT.
TO AMEND VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE TO RENAME THE ARKANSAS PRENATAL AND EARLY CHILDHOOD NURSE HOME VISITATION PROGRAM AFTER THE LATE REPRESENTATIVE RITA ROWELL HALE.
AN ACT TO ESTABLISH DAISY GASTON BATES DAY AS AN OFFICIAL STATE HOLIDAY.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 5-26-203 TO INCREASE THE PENALTY FOR CONCEALING BIRTH.
TO AMEND JURISDICTION IN THE ARKANSAS REVISED UNIFORM ADOPTION ACT.
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 REPEAL ARKANSAS CODE 23-75-117 PERTAINING TO SALARIES PAID BY HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CORPORATIONS.
AN ACT TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF THEFT OF MOTOR FUEL.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAAS CODE 14-20-108 PERTAINING TO DUES FOR VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 3-4-201 TO FURTHER RESTRICT THE ISSUANCE OF RETAIL LIQUOR PERMITS.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE MENTAL HEALTH PARITY FOR CHILDREN COVERED BY THE ARKIDS FIRST PROGRAM.
TO CLARIFY PROCEDURES FOR CONDUCTING MEDICAL-LEGAL EXAMINATIONS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT VICTIMS.
TO ENHANCE PENALTIES FOR OFFENSES COMMITTED IN THE PRESENCE OF A CHILD.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES TO OWN AND MAINTAIN EMERGENCY GENERATORS.
AN ACT TO CREATE THE GRADUATE NURSING STUDENT LOAN AND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM; TO CREATE THE GRADUATE NURSING STUDENT LOAN AND SCHOLARSHIP BOARD.
AN ACT TO ENSURE EQUAL GE0GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION ON THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION BY APPOINTING THE MEMBERS FROM CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS.
TO AMEND THE JOINT MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC POWER GENERATION ACT.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE A UNIFORM GRADING SCALE FOR NON-TRADITIONAL HIGH SCHOOL COURSES.
TO INCREASE THE PER DIEM COMPENSATION FOR CERTAIN COUNTY QUORUM COURT MEMBERS.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS TO PROVIDE INSTRUCTION IN THE SUBJECTS OF VISUAL ART OR MUSIC FOR ALL STUDENTS.
TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND; TO LEVY ADDITIONAL EXCISE TAXES ON TOBACCO PRODUCTS TO BE DEPOSITED INTO THE FUND; TO PROVIDE THAT THE FUND WILL BE USED TO ADDRESS HEALTH RELATED ISSUES.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE ALL EMPLOYEES OF PROVIDERS OF CARE TO DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED ADULT PERSONS TO PASS CRIMINAL RECORDS CHECKS.
AN ACT TO AMEND THE EMERGENCY SECONDARY EDUCATION LOAN PROGRAM.
AN ACT TO CREATE THE GOVERNOR'S DISTINGUISHED TEACHING SCHOLARS PROGRAM.
TO CREATE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR PAYMENTS TO NURSING FACILITIES.
TO CREATE A REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION THAT IT IS NOT IN THE BEST INTEREST OF A CHILD TO BE PLACED IN THE CUSTODY OF AN ABUSIVE PARENT.
TO MAKE IT UNLAWFUL TO OBSTRUCT THE PARKING AREAS FOR DISABLED PERSONS.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS TO COMPLETE TRAINING IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND CHILD ABUSE.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 5-14-101 TO FURTHER DEFINE "MENTALLY DEFECTIVE, MENTALLY INCAPACITATED, AND PHYSICALLY HELPLESS".
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 5-14-110 AND 5-14-112 TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF SEXUAL INDECENCY WITH A CHILD AND REMOVE THE OFFENSE OF INDECENT EXPOSURE TO A PERSON UNDER TWELVE YEARS OF AGE.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 6-17-106(a) TO MAKE IT UNLAWFUL FOR ANY PERSON TO USE PROFANE, VIOLENT, VULGAR, ABUSIVE OR INSULTING LANGUAGE TOWARD ANY PUBLIC SCHOOL EMPLOYEE DURING THE COURSE OF HIS OR HER DUTIES.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO ESTABLISH THE KIDS-
AN ACT TO CREATE AN ARKANSAS FAIR HOUSING COMMISSION AND TO PROVIDE PROCEDURES FOR THE INVESTIGATION AND REMEDIATION OF UNFAIR HOUSING PRACTICES.
AN ACT TO ESTABLISH THE CLASSIFIED SCHOOL EMPLOYEE MINIMUM SALARY ACT.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 6-21-303 CONCERNING SCHOOL DISTRICT PURCHASES OF COMMODITIES.
REQUESTING THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON ENERGY TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF POWER OUTAGES WITHIN THIS STATE AND TO IDENTIFY SOLUTIONS.
ENDORSING THE NATIONAL PROCLAMATION OF NATIONAL HEART FAILURE AWARENESS WEEK.
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.
EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE HOUSE AND SENATE OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF ARKANSAS IN SUPPORT OF A WOMEN’S HEALTH PLATFORM.
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.
FOR A STUDY ON THE NEED TO AMEND ARKANSAS ADOPTION LAW.
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
TO AMEND THE INTERLOCAL COOPERATION ACT TO AUTHORIZE PUBLIC AGENCIES TO CREATE CONSOLIDATED WATERWORKS SYSTEMS; TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 25-20-104.
TO ESTABLISH A TAX CREDIT FOR THE REHABILITATION OF HISTORIC STURCTURES LOCATED IN ARKANSAS.
AN ACT TO REMOVE THE ASSETS TEST FOR CHILDREN TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR MEDICAID.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 20-10-213 TO REDEFINE THE TERM LONG TERM CARE FACILITY.
AN ACT TO CREATE AN ARKANSAS FAIR HOUSING COMMISSION; TO PROVIDE PROCEDURES FOR THE INVESTIGATION AND REMEDIATION OF UNFAIR HOUSING PRACTICES.
AN ACT TO CLOSE THE GAP IN FUNDING FOR TWO-YEAR COLLEGES.
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS PUBLIC TRANSIT TRUST FUND.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 16-10-305 TO INCREASE MISDEMEANOR OFFENSES COURT COSTS IN MUNICIPAL, CITY AND POLICE COURTS.
THE EDUCATOR COMPENSATION ACT OF 2001.
AN ACT TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS GOVERNOR'S SCHOLARS PROGRAM; TO CHANGE THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS; TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF APPLICANTS; AND TO LOWER THE AMOUNT OF THE AWARD.
AN ACT TO DEFINE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE STATE AND COMMUNITIES.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR INTEGRATED PUBLIC SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT'S OLMSTEAD DECISION.
ENTITIES WHICH RECEIVE TOBACCO SETTLEMENT PROCEEDS SHALL ACCOUNT FOR THOSE FUNDS SEPARATELY; FUNDS SHALL BE SUBJECT TO ANNUAL REVIEW/AUDIT BY LEGISLATIVE AUDIT.
REQUESTING SENATE AND HOUSE INTERIM COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF WOMEN'S HEALTHCARE ISSUES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AND REPORT THE RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.