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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
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Bill Number Short Title
HCM2001 urging Congress; ninth circuit; division
HCM2002 ninth circuit; division; urging Congress
HCM2003 urging EPA, Congress; nuclear power
HCM2004 urging Congress; affordable care act
HCM2005 hardrock mining; rule; urging EPA
HCM2006 clean power plan; repeal; replace
HCM2007 proposing regulation freedom amendment; Congress
HCM2008 exceptional events rule; revisions
HCM2009 veterans; job recruitment; urging Congress
HCM2010 FEMA recovery policy; urging Congress
HCM2011 zero tolerance; female genital mutilation
HCR2001 state education board; membership; superintendents
HCR2002 repeal 1998 proposition 105
HCR2003 bond elections; technical correction
HCR2004 clean elections repeal; education funding
HCR2005 mine inspector; appointment
HCR2006 Article V convention
HCR2007 proposition 105; exempt referenda
HCR2008 education finance; excise tax rates
HCR2009 firearm sales; transfers; background checks
HCR2010 application; Article V convention
HCR2011 motor vehicle fuel taxes
HCR2012 ratification; equal rights amendment
HCR2013 convention; balanced federal budget
HCR2014 technical correction; state school fund
HCR2015 right to work; repeal.
HCR2016 care enough; get in way
HCR2017 schools; English language requirement; repeal.
HCR2018 national wear red day
HCR2019 living kidney donors day
HCR2020 tartan Day
HCR2021 suicide prevention month
HCR2022 balanced budget convention; delegates
HCR2023 Article V convention; term limits
HCR2024 Latina-owned businesses; support
HCR2025 hidden heroes day; military caregivers
HCR2026 Japanese Americans; recognition
HCR2027 tax rate limit; surrounding states
HCR2028 right to cure; regulatory authorities
HCR2029 signatures; initiative; referendum; legislative districts
HCR2030 judicial elections; term of office
HCR2031 death resolution; Sharon Giese
HJR2001 Phoenix-Goodyear airport; reuse zone.
HJR2002 lower Colorado basin; forbearance authority.
HJR2003 Colorado River allocation; management.
HM2001 health insurance tax; repeal
HR2001 welcoming the Ultimate Fighting Championship
HR2002 death resolution; Max Dine
HR2003 Arizona aerospace day
HR2004 death resolution; David Besst

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