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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
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Bill Number Short Title
HB2351 early voting locations; extended hours
HB2352 national guard; reduced tuition rate
HB2353 school district leases; duration
HB2354 science education special plates
HB2355 mutual holding company reorganization.
HB2356 employee purchase program; payroll deductions
HB2357 floodplain management regulations; nonstructural damage
HB2358 dog racing; conforming changes
HB2359 universities; governing boards
HB2360 call center relocation; notice; penalty
HB2361 high schools; college accessibility awareness
HB2362 criminal; arrest records; erasure
HB2363 peace officer database; disciplinary actions
HB2364 employment; housing; public accommodations; antidiscrimination.
HB2365 wireless facilities; collocation; rights-of-way
  (NOW: wireless facilities; rights-of-way)
HB2366 agricultural land; fallowing; property tax
HB2367 public debt; reporting; penalties
  (NOW: administration department; reporting; public debt)
HB2368 oxygenated fuel standards; formula.
HB2369 repeal; state boards and committees
HB2370 withholding of wages; school employees
  (NOW: school employees; payment of wages)
HB2371 oversize commercial vehicles; local authority
HB2372 public benefits; fee waivers; requirements
HB2373 tobacco settlement; Indian tribes; information
HB2374 schools; additional assistance; reductions; elimination
HB2375 victims; medical bills; prohibited acts
HB2376 Arizona power authority; conflicts; meetings.
HB2377 teacher and principal evaluations
HB2378 dispensing opticians; repeal of regulation
HB2379 towing; vehicle removal; abandoned vehicles
HB2380 terms; precinct committeemen
HB2381 political parties; meetings; e-mail
HB2382 pharmaceuticals; misbranding; enforcement prohibited
HB2383 state finance review; task force.
HB2384 consular identification cards; prohibition; repeal.
HB2385 schools; accounting; budgeting; reporting
HB2386 insurance; advertising; filing requirements
HB2387 early childhood; school readiness committee
HB2388 private postsecondary education grants
HB2389 governmental entities; diplomas; transcripts; recognition.
HB2390 postsecondary education; loan information
HB2391 appropriation; JTEDs; 9th grade
HB2392 teacher recruitment and retention
HB2393 noncertificated school employees; due process
HB2394 empowerment scholarships; expansion; phase-in.
HB2395 schools; illegal substances; notification
HB2396 ASDB revisions
HB2397 AHCCCS; medicare beneficiaries; benefits; appropriation
HB2398 invalid annexation; procedure
HB2399 waste tires; definitions
HB2400 medical marijuana; identification cards; expiration

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