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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
HB2051 JCCR; membership
HB2052 limited line crop insurance
HB2053 campaign finance; corporate recipients; registration
HB2054 foreign nonprofit corporations; foreign LLCs
HB2055 ballots; defects; notice and cure
HB2056 independent expenditures; corporations; unions; audit
HB2057 STO scholarships; beneficiary recommendations
HB2058 STO credit cap; growth trigger
HB2059 STO aggregate credit cap; freeze.
HB2060 STO scholarships; means testing
HB2061 STOs; administrative cost allocation
HB2062 STO cap; general fund percentage
HB2063 STO scholarships; student transfers
HB2064 internal revenue code; full conformity
  (NOW: municipal jet fuel; excise tax)
HB2065 waste tire disposal; continuation
HB2066 aggravated DUI; sentence; county jail.
HB2067 real estate licensing; exception; assistants
  (NOW: real estate licensing; applicability; exemption)
HB2068 independent expenditures; corporations; funding disclosure
HB2069 insurance taxes; installments; electronic filing
HB2070 life settlement contracts; broker licenses
HB2071 workforce training; unemployed workers
HB2072 manufactured homes; real estate transactions
HB2073 government deposits; investment; financial institutions
HB2074 appropriation; fairgrounds; preservation; historic buildings
HB2075 radiation regulatory agency; DHS; transfer
HB2076 advanced directives registry; provider access
HB2077 Arizona online instruction; funding; testing
HB2078 schools; concurrent enrollment
HB2079 regents; officers; technical correction
HB2080 STO; credit cap; low-income qualification
HB2081 schools; compulsory attendance age; increase
HB2082 schools; daily recess time
HB2083 schools; overrides; ballot language
HB2084 tribal courts; involuntary commitment orders
HB2085 sentencing document; fingerprint; misdemeanor offenses
HB2086 municipalities; identification cards; prohibition
HB2087 Arizona criminal justice commission; continuation
HB2088 incorporation; urbanized areas
HB2089 student fees; political purposes; prohibition
HB2090 hospitals; flu vaccines
  (NOW: land department; licensing time frames)
HB2091 TANF; SNAP; finger imaging; repeal
HB2092 wulfenite; state mineral
HB2093 use fuel taxes; adjustment
HB2094 community protection initiative; report; continuation
  (NOW: small water systems fund; uses)
HB2095 state lands; perpetual rights-of-way
HB2096 natural resources projects; court actions
HB2097 sovereign authority; commandeering; prohibition; exception
HB2098 civil forfeiture; public defender appointment
HB2099 ADOT licenses; authorized presence repeal
HB2100 payroll deductions; employee purchase program

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