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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
HB2451 government; passwords; data encryption
HB2452 bonding; amortized premium; segregated fund
HB2453 schools; prohibited courses; repeal
HB2454 child welfare; placement; medications
HB2455 appropriation; untested sexual assault kits
HB2456 presidential candidates, electors; tax returns.
HB2457 rural STEM program; tax credits
HB2458 employee donations; school districts
HB2459 secretary of state; constitutional conventions
HB2460 dental board; teeth-whitening services
HB2461 toll roads; conversion; prohibition.
HB2462 employment agents; unlawful practices
HB2463 sexual abuse; molestation; mental state
HB2464 prohibited actions; federal acts; firearms
HB2465 empowerment scholarship accounts; revisions.
HB2466 appraisals; allegations; complaints
HB2467 political parties; proxies
HB2468 public school employees; safety; children
HB2469 substitute teachers; notification
HB2470 juveniles; court jurisdiction; age
HB2471 insurance; health care appeals; medications
HB2472 private postsecondary institutions; peace officers
HB2473 eighth grade promotion; requirements
HB2474 veterans; mental health courts; establishment
HB2475 education; statutory language; removal; repeals
HB2476 trauma-informed care training
HB2477 civil forfeiture; report information; remedies
HB2478 TPT; Indian tribes; motor vehicles
HB2479 AHCCCS; waivers; tribal exemptions
HB2480 schools; funding sources; bonds; overrides
HB2481 schools; menu of academic standards
HB2482 workers' compensation; employee definition; notice.
  (NOW: land subdividers; notice; certificate; exemption)
HB2483 motor vehicle dealers; title information
HB2484 primary election date
HB2485 EORP; PSPRS; CORP; modifications
HB2486 candidate committee names; office
HB2487 lottery distributions; teacher salary increases
HB2488 teacher salary increases; appropriation
HB2489 online impersonation; offense
HB2490 liquor licenses; municipalities; disapproval
HB2491 uranium; radioactive materials; transportation
HB2492 jobs; incentives; credits; grants
HB2493 drug overdose; review team; confidentiality
HB2494 dental board; expenditure limitation; repeal
  (NOW: civil liability; vehicles; minors; animals)
HB2495 consolidated election dates; tax authorization
HB2496 homeowners' associations; board duties; acknowledgment
HB2497 organ; tissue; donations; procurement organizations
HB2498 prepaid legal insurance; capital requirements
HB2499 facilities relocation; public utility easements
HB2500 release conditions; pretrial release program

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