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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
HB2251 ADOT; Meridian road extension
HB2252 rural school employees; tuition waiver
HB2253 state veterinarian; animal identification; appropriation
HB2254 judicial productivity credits; salary calculation
HB2255 ballot measures; contributions; nonresidents; prohibition
HB2256 technical correction; state museum
HB2257 state law; local violations
HB2258 county contributions; hospitalization; medical; repeal
HB2259 traffic violation surcharges; crime lab
HB2260 voter registration; student addresses
HB2261 defensive driving school list; prohibition
HB2262 municipal zoning; rezoning protest requirements
HB2263 education excise tax rates
HB2264 environment; citizen suits
HB2265 clean power; state plan; standards
HB2266 cash assistance; lifetime limit
HB2267 captive insurance; fund
HB2268 sexual assault evidence; submission; reports
HB2269 victims' rights; requirements; monetary judgments
HB2270 postsecondary education; veterans; transfer credits
HB2271 occupational licensing; military members
HB2272 voting; ranking; ballot format
HB2273 appropriation; elections and database security
HB2274 elections; signature gathering; prevention; reporting
HB2275 county recorder; nonpartisan election
HB2276 election law; review; commission
HB2277 national popular vote; interstate agreement
HB2278 motor vehicle title loans; prohibition
HB2279 insurance; fees; insurance producers
HB2280 department of revenue; electronic filing
HB2281 anti-racketeering monies; authorized uses; prohibitions
HB2282 federal judge; good behavior; removal
HB2283 postsecondary institutions; employment statistics
HB2284 information technology; consolidated purchasing
  (NOW: mall commission; Assyrian monument)
HB2285 counties; purchases; local dealers
HB2286 truth in taxation; increase; notice
HB2287 firearm discharge; mental state; applicability
HB2288 early childhood education; assistance
HB2289 vacating felony conviction; expungement; records
HB2290 provisional licenses; criminal convictions.
HB2291 vacating felony conviction; record destruction.
HB2292 voting rights; restoration; felonies.
HB2293 prisoner medical care; excluded surgery
HB2294 AHCCCS; exclusions; gender reassignment
HB2295 attorney regulation; assessments; membership dues
HB2296 best interests of child; presumption
HB2297 national guard; readiness center; appropriation
HB2298 eligibility verification; public programs
HB2299 crimes; employment status; first responders
HB2300 supreme court; regulation of attorneys

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