Senator Trent Garner (R)

P.O. Box 10487, El Dorado, 71730

Senator Trent Garner (R)
Phone: 870-818-9219
Phone:
District: 27
District:
27
Seniority: 21
Seniority:
21
Occupation: Attorney
Occupation:
Attorney
Church Affiliation: Baptist
Church Affiliation:
Baptist
Veteran: Yes
Veteran:
Yes
Public Service: First Term Senate 2017
Public Service:
First Term Senate 2017


Bill Title Bill Status
Primary Sponsor
SB161 TO ALLOW A PUBLIC SCHOOL OR A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT TO OFFER A HUNTING SAFETY COURSE AS PART OF ITS CURRICULUM. History
SB169 CONCERNING OUTDOOR SALES OF NONALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES BY A MINOR. History
SB170 TO PROHIBIT THE UNLAWFUL DOXXING OF A MINOR ON SOCIAL MEDIA. History
SB171 CONCERNING THE FEES FOR A LICENSE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN; AND TO WAIVE FEES FOR MILITARY VETERANS AND ACTIVE UNITED STATES MILITARY PERSONNEL. History
SB181 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE SALES TAX HOLIDAY; TO EXEMPT CERTAIN ELECTRONIC DEVICES DURING THE SALES TAX HOLIDAY; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. History
SB252 TO PROHIBIT THE ARKANSAS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION FROM ESTABLISHING OR MAINTAINING AN OFFICE IN CHINA. History
SB27 TO ENSURE THAT THE SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE EMPLOYS INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH VETERANS. History
SB28 TO MAKE RAPE OF A CHILD BY FORCIBLE COMPULSION A CAPITAL OFFENSE. History
SB281 CONCERNING REPRESENTATION OF A CORPORATE OR BUSINESS ENTITY IN A CLAIM OR ACTION FILED WITH THE ARKANSAS STATE CLAIMS COMMISSION. History
SB284 TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF CAPITAL RAPE. History
SB29 TO MAKE TRAFFICKING FENTANYL A CAPITAL OFFENSE; CONCERNING CAPITAL OFFENSES; AND CONCERNING FENTANYL OFFENSES. History
SB86 TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS ATHLETIC TRAINERS ACT; AND TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "ATHLETE" WITHIN THE ARKANSAS ATHLETIC TRAINERS ACT. History
SR5 TO COMMEND THE WORK OF MR. JOE WILSON AND OTHER SUPPORTERS AND TO SUPPORT STEAKS FOR SHEEPDOGS. History
CoSponsor
HB1061 TO CREATE THE NO PATIENT LEFT ALONE ACT; CONCERNING VISITATION RIGHTS OF PATIENTS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. History
HB1064 TO PROMOTE PRICE TRANSPARENCY IN REIMBURSEMENT OF HOSPITALS BY INSURERS; TO ESTABLISH THE DISCLOSURE OF REIMBURSEMENT RATES FOR HOSPITALS ACT; AND TO REQUIRE DISCLOSURE BY AN INSURER OF REIMBURSEMENT RATES FOR HOSPITALS. History
HB1065 TO EXEMPT FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCTS FROM SALES AND USE TAX. History
HB1069 TO AMEND THE PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE PRACTICE OF PHARMACY; AND TO AUTHORIZE PHARMACISTS TO PROVIDE ACCESS TO AND ADMINISTRATION OF ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES. History
HB1122 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY TO AWARD A MEDAL, RIBBON, OR DECORATION TO A MEMBER OF THE ORGANIZED MILITIA; AND TO AUTHORIZE THE PRESENTATION OF AN AWARD TO CERTAIN PERSONS AND GROUPS. History
HB1123 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE POWERS, DUTIES, AND IMMUNITIES OF THE ORGANIZED MILITIA. History
HB1124 TO AMEND THE PUNITIVE ARTICLES OF THE MILITARY CODE OF ARKANSAS CONCERNING SEXUAL ASSAULT AND SEXUAL CONTACT. History
HB1211
Act 94
TO REQUIRE THAT RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ARE PROTECTED DURING AN EMERGENCY; TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. History
HB1218 TO PROHIBIT OFFERING COURSES, EVENTS, AND ACTIVITIES THAT ISOLATE STUDENTS BASED ON CHARACTERISTICS WITHIN PROGRAMS OF INSTRUCTION; AND TO ADJUST FUNDING FOR SCHOOLS THAT OFFER THESE PROHIBITED COURSES, EVENTS, AND ACTIVITIES. History
HB1227
Act 91
TO AMEND THE MINIMUM WAGE ACT OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS; AND TO AMEND THE SECTION REGARDING RELIEF FROM LIABILITY FOR EMPLOYERS THAT IMPACTS PORTIONS OF THE LAW RESULTING FROM INITIATED ACT 5 OF 2018. History
HB1231 TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF PUBLIC SCHOOL FUNDS TO TEACH THE 1619 PROJECT CURRICULUM; AND TO REDUCE FUNDS DISTRIBUTED TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS THAT TEACH THE 1619 PROJECT CURRICULUM. History
HB1264 TO CREATE THE SMALL TOWN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT. History
HB1315 TO CREATE A STATE MEAT INSPECTION PROGRAM; TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTS INSPECTION ACT; TO TRANSFER AUTHORITY OVER MEAT INSPECTION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. History
HB1316 TO PHASE OUT THE SOFT DRINK TAX; TO REDUCE THE SOFT DRINK TAX; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE EXPIRATION OF THE ARKANSAS SOFT DRINK TAX ACT. History
HB1361 TO PROVIDE FOR THE TAX TREATMENT OF CERTAIN LOANS, PAYMENTS, AND EXPENSES RELATED TO CORONAVIRUS 2019 (COVID-19) RELIEF PROGRAMS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. History
HB1371 TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS CHILD ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP AND GRANT ACT. History
HB1386 TO BE KNOWN AS THE "ARKANSAS SECOND AMENDMENT LIBERTIES SAFEGUARDS ACT"; TO REQUIRE STATE AGENCIES AND PUBLIC OFFICERS TO DISREGARD UNCONSTITUTIONAL OVERREACHES OF POWER; AND TO PROTECT THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF ARKANSANS. History
HB1431 TO INCREASE THE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION THRESHOLD FOR THE PURCHASE OF A USED MOTOR VEHICLE. History
HB1456 TO CREATE THE RAILROAD MODERNIZATION ACT OF 2021; AND TO ALLOW AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR CERTAIN RAILROAD TRACK MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES. History
HB1460 TO CREATE THE WORKFORCE FREEDOM ACT OF 2021; TO ELIMINATE DUPLICATIVE LICENSING REQUIREMENTS AT THE LOCAL LEVEL; AND TO INCREASE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES FOR WORKERS IN ARKANSAS. History
HB1495 TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING LOAD LIMITS FOR A VEHICLE TRANSPORTING CERTAIN RAW MATERIALS AND LOGS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. History
HB1506 PROHIBITING THE USE OF A HOAX BOMB. History
HB1546 TO PHASE OUT THE SOFT DRINK TAX; AND TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS TO BE DISTRIBUTED TO OFFSET THE REVENUE REDUCTION RESULTING FROM THE PHASEOUT OF THE SOFT DRINK TAX. History
HB1547 TO PROHIBIT MANDATORY COVID-19 IMMUNIZATIONS OR VACCINATIONS FOR STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES AND A REQUIREMENT FOR A VACCINATION OR IMMUNIZATION FOR COVID-19 EXCEPT IN CERTAIN CONDITIONS; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. History
HCR1007 TO RECOGNIZE JANUARY 22 AS THE DAY OF TEARS IN ARKANSAS. History
HJR1001 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION AUTHORIZING THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO CONVENE ITSELF IN EXTRAORDINARY SESSION. History
HJR1014 A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PERMITTING LIMITS ON AWARDS OF PUNITIVE AND NONECONOMIC DAMAGES. History
HJR1015 A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO PERMIT LEGISLATIVE ENACTMENT OF RULES OF PLEADING, PRACTICE, PROCEDURE, AND EVIDENCE FOR COURTS. History
HJR1019 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION PROVIDING THAT SUPREME COURT JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEALS JUDGES, CIRCUIT JUDGES, AND DISTRICT JUDGES SHALL BE ELECTED ON A PARTISAN BASIS. History
SB155 TO ESTABLISH LILA'S LAW; AND TO PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES REGARDING ACCESS TO ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION. History
SB160 TO REQUIRE HOLOCAUST EDUCATION BE TAUGHT IN ALL PUBLIC SCHOOLS. History
SB19 TO AUTHORIZE THE PRESENCE OF A SUPPORT PERSON FOR A PATIENT IN A HOSPITAL OR PHYSICIAN'S OFFICE; AND CONCERNING VISITATION RIGHTS OF PATIENTS IN HOSPITALS AND PHYSICIAN'S OFFICES. History
SB236 TO EXEMPT UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BENEFITS FROM INCOME TAX DURING A CERTAIN TIME PERIOD; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. History
SB24 CONCERNING THE DEFENSE OF A PERSON WITH THE USE OF PHYSICAL FORCE OR DEADLY PHYSICAL FORCE. History
SB289 TO CREATE THE MEDICAL ETHICS AND DIVERSITY ACT. History
SB300 PROHIBITING PAROLE FOR A PERSON CONVICTED OF THE OFFENSE OF POSSESSION OF A FIREARM BY CERTAIN PERSONS UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. History
SB354 TO CREATE THE FAIRNESS IN WOMEN'S SPORTS ACT. History
SB59 TO BE KNOWN AS THE "INTRASTATE FIREARMS PROTECTION ACT"; AND TO PREVENT THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FROM REGULATING THE MANUFACTURE, ASSEMBLY, AND TRADE OF FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION WITHIN THE BORDERS OF ARKANSAS. History
SB6 TO CREATE THE ARKANSAS UNBORN CHILD PROTECTION ACT; TO ABOLISH ABORTION IN ARKANSAS AND PROTECT THE LIVES OF UNBORN CHILDREN; AND TO PROTECT ALL HUMAN LIFE. History
SB78
Act 135
TO ESTABLISH ARKANSAS OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING OF UNIFORMED SERVICE MEMBERS, VETERANS, AND SPOUSES ACT OF 2021; AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. History
SJR10 AN AMENDMENT TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION AUTHORIZING THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO CONVENE ITSELF IN EXTRAORDINARY SESSION. History
SJR7 A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO PERMIT LEGISLATIVE ENACTMENT OF RULES OF PLEADING, PRACTICE, PROCEDURE, AND EVIDENCE FOR COURTS. History
SJR8 A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PERMITTING LIMITS ON AWARDS OF PUNITIVE AND NONECONOMIC DAMAGES. History
SJR9 A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO PERMIT LEGISLATIVE ENACTMENT OF RULES OF PLEADING, PRACTICE, PROCEDURE, AND EVIDENCE FOR COURTS. History

Committees

Committees
Alternate: JBC-CLAIMS
Alternate: JBC-PERSONNEL