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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
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Bill Number Short Title
HB2501 community colleges; workforce development
HB2502 joint select commission on corrections.
HB2503 criminal justice commission; membership; report.
HB2504 public accommodation; disability; discrimination; sanctions
HB2505 appropriation; adult protective services
HB2506 physical body adornment; establishments; certification
HB2507 DCS; misconduct; temporary custody; removal
HB2508 reduction in force; state agencies
HB2509 appropriations; one percent reduction; exceptions
HB2510 schools; immunization records; retention
HB2511 study committee; public school expenditures
HB2512 warning devices; motor vehicles
HB2513 death certificates; gender
HB2514 certificates of necessity; service area
  (NOW: ambulance operation; certificate of necessity)
HB2515 governor appointees; criminal records checks
HB2516 one-year property tax assessments
HB2517 affordable housing projects; tax assessment.
HB2518 procurement; veterans; Arizona bidders; preference
HB2519 appropriation; child care subsidy program
HB2520 groundwater basins; department survey
HB2521 TPT reform; contractors
HB2522 health insurance; interstate purchase
HB2523 spay and neuter; tax checkoff.
HB2524 nonprofit cooperative corporations
HB2525 prohibition; photo radar
HB2526 property tax; reducing limited valuation
HB2527 tax credit; title I schools
HB2528 index exemptions; unused tax credits
HB2529 transportation infrastructure; study committee; appropriation
HB2530 rural development tax credits
HB2531 clean elections; county candidates
HB2532 state-owned bank task force
HB2533 TPT; aircraft; fractional ownership
HB2534 judicial elections; term; requirements
HB2535 concurrent criminal jurisdiction; Goldwater range
HB2536 appointment; ombudsman-citizens aide.
HB2537 general appropriations act; 2017-2018.
HB2538 capital outlay; appropriations; 2017-2018.
HB2539 budget procedures; budget reconciliation; 2017-2018.
HB2540 criminal justice; budget reconciliation; 2017-2018.
HB2541 environment; budget reconciliation; 2017-2018.
HB2542 health; budget reconciliation; 2017-2018.
HB2543 higher education; budget reconciliation; 2017-2018.
HB2544 human services; budget reconciliation; 2017-2018.
HB2545 K-12 education; budget reconciliation; 2017-2018.
HB2546 revenues; budget reconciliation; 2017-2018.
HB2547 university infrastructure capital financing; appropriations.

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