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Representative Wilma Walker

P. O. Box 205, College Station, 72053

Representative Wilma Walker
Phone: 501-372-3200
Phone:
District: 65
District:
65
Seniority: 4
Seniority:
4
Occupation: Businesswoman/Retired
Occupation:
Businesswoman/Retired
Church Affiliation: Methodist
Church Affiliation:
Methodist
Veteran:
Veteran:
Public Service: House 1997, 1999, 2001 2nd Caucus Asst. Speaker Pr
Public Service:
House 1997, 1999, 2001 2nd Caucus Asst. Speaker Pr


Bills

Bill
Title
Bill Status
Primary Sponsor
AN ACT TO AMEND VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE TO REQUIRE AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY POLICIES TO DISPLAY THE ACTUAL POLICY TERM OF INSURANCE COVERAGE PAID FOR BY THE INSURED.
TO MAKE IT UNLAWFUL TO OBSTRUCT THE PARKING AREAS FOR DISABLED PERSONS.
TO NAME DECEMBER 19 OF EACH YEAR AS SENATOR HATTIE W. CARAWAY DAY IN ARKANSAS.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 27-22-107(a) TO INCREASE THE FREQUENCY OF REPORTING BY INSURANCE COMPANIES PROVIDING MOTOR VEHICLE LIABILITY INSURANCE.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES PROVIDING AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE TO PROVIDE THEIR INSUREDS WITH A PROOF OF INSURANCE CARD.
AN ACT TO ESTABLISH THE CLASSIFIED SCHOOL EMPLOYEE MINIMUM SALARY ACT.
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATING BOARD TO CONTINUE THE ADMINISTRATION OF VARIOUS MINORITY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
AN ACT TO EXEMPT THE PROVISION OF FOSTER CARE SERVICES FROM THE ARKANSAS PURCHASING LAW AND TO EXEMPT CERTAIN PROFESSIONAL SERVICES.
TO ESTABLISH THE DAISY GATSON BATES HOLIDAY COMMITTEE TO DEVELOP AND COORDINATE APPROPRIATE CEREMONIES AND ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
AN ACT REQUIRING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES TO CEASE PRIVATIZATION OF THE ALEXANDER YOUTH FACILITY IN ALEXANDER, ARKANSAS FOR TWO (2) YEARS.
REQUESTING THE HOUSE INTERIM COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION TO STUDY THE ISSUE OF COLLEGE-EDUCATED PUBLIC SCHOOL PERSONNEL WHO LACK PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION BY THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
CoSponsor
AN ACT TO INCLUDE NURSING SCHOOLS AS APPROVED INSTITUTIONS IN THE ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.
TO PROVIDE FOR THE PHASE-IN ON THE AMOUNT OF GROSS RECEIPTS AND USE TAXES OWED FOR THE PURCHASE OF A USED VEHICLE.
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.
TO CHANGE THE DWI THRESHOLD FROM 0.10% TO 0.08.
AN ACT TO ESTABLISH DAISY GASTON BATES DAY AS AN OFFICIAL STATE HOLIDAY.
TO AMEND JURISDICTION IN THE ARKANSAS REVISED UNIFORM ADOPTION ACT.
AN ACT TO PROMOTE GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION WEEK IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.
AN ACT TO EXPAND THE DEFINITION OF VICTIM IN THE ARKANSAS CRIME VICTIMS REPARATIONS ACT.
TO ESTABLISH A PROGRAM TO RAISE AWARENESS CONCERNING PROSTATE AND TESTICULAR CANCER AND TO INCREASE THE AVAILABILITY OF DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF PROSTATE AND TESTICULAR CANCER.
AN ACT TO ENSURE EQUAL GE0GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION ON THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION BY APPOINTING THE MEMBERS FROM CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS.
AN ACT CONCERNING KINSHIP CARE.
TO ESTABLISH A PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC PORT AUTHORITIES IN ARKANSAS TO FUND PUBLIC PORT INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS.
TO PROHIBIT MUTUAL ORDERS OF PROTECTION.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE ALL EMPLOYEES OF PROVIDERS OF CARE TO DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED ADULT PERSONS TO PASS CRIMINAL RECORDS CHECKS.
AN ACT TO CREATE THE MOSAIC TEMPLARS OF AMERICA CENTER FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE AND BUSINESS ENTERPRISE.
AN ACT TO AMEND THE EMERGENCY SECONDARY EDUCATION LOAN PROGRAM.
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 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.
AN ACT TO PROTECT VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE.
AN ACT MANDATING PARENTAL NOTIFICATION OF STUDENTS REPORTED TO, INTERVIEWED BY, OR TAKEN INTO CUSTODY BY LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS TO COMPLETE TRAINING IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND CHILD ABUSE.
AN ACT TO AMEND VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS CODE TO CLARIFY THE CRIMINAL OFFENSE OF RAPE AND CREATE THE OFFENSE OF SEXUAL ASSAULT.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 5-14-101 TO FURTHER DEFINE "MENTALLY DEFECTIVE, MENTALLY INCAPACITATED, AND PHYSICALLY HELPLESS".
AN ACT TO AMEND THE CHECK-CASHERS ACT TO BETTER PROTECT ARKANSAS' CHECK-CASHING CONSUMERS.
TO ESTABLISH A PROGRAM TO RAISE AWARENESS CONCERNING PROSTATE AND TESTICULAR CANCER AND TO INCREASE THE AVAILABILITY OF DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF PROSTATE AND TESTICULAR CANCER.
AN ACT TO CREATE AN ARKANSAS FAIR HOUSING COMMISSION AND TO PROVIDE PROCEDURES FOR THE INVESTIGATION AND REMEDIATION OF UNFAIR HOUSING PRACTICES.
ENDORSING THE NATIONAL PROCLAMATION OF NATIONAL HEART FAILURE AWARENESS WEEK.
TO ENCOURAGE THE PUBLIC TO CONTACT THE STATE FIRE MARSHALL'S OFFICE FOR HOME FIRE SAFETY INFORMATION.
EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE HOUSE AND SENATE OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF ARKANSAS IN SUPPORT OF A WOMEN’S HEALTH PLATFORM.
PROPOSING TO AMEND AMENDMENT 73 TO THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH TERM LIMITS FOR MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
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.
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.
AN ACT TO REPEAL ARKANSAS CODE 14-21-108 RELATING TO PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES OF CHECKS FOR COUNTY GOVERNMENTS.
TO EXTEND THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ON PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION BONDS TO ONE (1) YEAR.
TO REQUIRE LIVESTOCK SHOWS AND FAIR ASSOCIATIONS TO FILE A LISTING OF EXPENDITURES WITH THE LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY COMMISSION.
AN ACT TO EXTEND SPECIAL INCENTIVES FOR QUALIFIED MANUFACTURERS OF STEEL.
AN ACT TO CREATE AN ARKANSAS FAIR HOUSING COMMISSION; TO PROVIDE PROCEDURES FOR THE INVESTIGATION AND REMEDIATION OF UNFAIR HOUSING PRACTICES.
AN ACT REQUIRING MUNICIPALITIES TO MAINTAIN CERTAIN MINIMUM ACCOUNTING RECORDS AND TO PROVIDE PENALTIES FOR FAILURE TO MAINTAIN ACCOUNTING RECORDS.
AN ACT TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE 16-10-305 TO INCREASE MISDEMEANOR OFFENSES COURT COSTS IN MUNICIPAL, CITY AND POLICE COURTS.
AN ACT TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE PROGRAM TO CHANGE THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS; TO CHANGE THE FINANCIAL NEEDS CRITERIA; TO CHANGE THE CONTINUING ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS; AND TO CHANGE THE DEFINITION OF TUITION.
THE EDUCATOR COMPENSATION ACT OF 2001.
AN ACT FOR THE ARKANSAS WATERWAYS COMMISSION - PUBLIC PORT INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
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 AUTHORIZE CERTAIN COUNTIES TO LEVY A SALES AND USE TAX TO PROVIDE FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TO OR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF A COMMUNITY COLLEGE THAT WILL BE MERGED INTO A FOUR-YEAR INSTITUTION.
ENTITIES WHICH RECEIVE TOBACCO SETTLEMENT PROCEEDS SHALL ACCOUNT FOR THOSE FUNDS SEPARATELY; FUNDS SHALL BE SUBJECT TO ANNUAL REVIEW/AUDIT BY LEGISLATIVE AUDIT.
TO REQUIRE A FIRST-TIME APPLICANT FOR A USED MOTOR VEHICLE DEALER'S LICENSE TO ATTEND AN EDUCATIONAL SEMINAR BEFORE LICENSURE.
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.