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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
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Bill Number Short Title
HB2201 university debt obligations; report
HB2202 schools; dyslexia; handbook; definition
HB2203 endowed-care cemeteries; unitrusts
HB2204 native American veterans; tax settlement
HB2205 DHS; commission; task force; repeal
HB2206 appropriations; DES; developmental disabilities
HB2207 appropriation; nonmedical services; aging
HB2208 inhalers; administration; schools; authorized entities
  (NOW: inhaler administration; schools)
HB2209 family caregiver income tax credit
HB2210 college readiness; assessments
  (NOW: college-readiness exam; pilot program)
HB2211 alcohol; drug monitoring program; establishment
  (NOW: corrections; treatment programs; annual report)
HB2212 federal financial assistance; reports
HB2213 GPLET reform; K-12 taxes
HB2214 income tax subtraction; ADA retrofits
HB2215 driver license testing; required questions
HB2216 prohibited firearm tracking; classification
HB2217 school districts; solar panels; overcharges
HB2218 school tax credit; capital outlay
HB2219 school capital finance revisions
HB2220 electronic files; access; official record
HB2221 municipalities; school districts; prohibited contracts
HB2222 public school tax credit; expansion
HB2223 child care waiting list; appropriation
HB2224 housing trust fund; unclaimed property
HB2225 forestry waste; permits
  (NOW: vegetative natural products; removal; program)
HB2226 compact; balanced budget; convention
HB2227 legislators; mileage rate
HB2228 child and family advocacy.
HB2229 JTEDs; courses and programs; approval
HB2230 intergovernmental public transportation authority; taxation
HB2231 desalination; study committee
HB2232 commercial cancellation; notice; unearned premium
HB2233 registration exemptions; securities
  (NOW: operations; employees; home-based business)
HB2234 lottery; software applications
HB2235 tax credit cap; angel investor.
HB2236 underground facilities; small signs; obligations
HB2237 forcible entry; detainer; prohibited rules
HB2238 sex trafficking; violation
  (NOW: child sex trafficking; violations)
HB2239 incompetent, nonrestorable defendants; involuntary commitment
HB2240 alternate grand jurors; service
HB2241 victims' rights; pleading endorsements
HB2242 animal cruelty; domestic animals; classification
HB2243 anti-racketeering revolving funds; electronic reports
HB2244 concealed weapons permit; electronic reports
  (NOW: initiatives; standard of review; handbook)
HB2245 supreme court; annual report; fees
HB2246 Arizona lengthy trial fund; continuation.
HB2247 school bus drivers; fingerprint cards
HB2248 JTEDs; adults
HB2249 vehicle registration; nonresidents; penalty
HB2250 emergency generator systems; exemption

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