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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
SB1001 civil liability; minors; animals; vehicle.
SB1002 technical correction; sports facilities account
  (NOW: mall commission; transfer; Assyrian monument)
SB1003 financial responsibility; verification; technical correction
  (NOW: DCS; investigations; custody; oversight committee)
SB1004 technical correction; real estate licensing
  (NOW: human rights committee; membership)
SB1005 technical correction; state highways
SB1006 special masters; technical correction
SB1007 home-based business; operations; employees
SB1008 contractor licensing; exemptions; threshold
SB1009 theft; American flag; penalty
SB1010 reviser's technical corrections; 2017
SB1011 technical correction; escape; secure facility
SB1012 technical correction; emergency interception
SB1013 technical correction; defrauding secured creditors
SB1014 technical correction; civil rights; restoration
SB1015 technical correction; prostitution; employment
SB1016 governor's regulatory review council; continuation
SB1017 electric personal assistive mobility devices
SB1018 process servers; motor vehicle records
SB1019 public records; unduly burdensome requests
SB1020 contractors; qualifying party experience; bonds
SB1021 municipal service access cards; requirements
SB1022 political beliefs; hate crimes; training
SB1023 dispensers; prescription drug monitoring
SB1024 vehicle theft; security interest; repeal
SB1025 public entities; absolute immunity; defenses
  (NOW: public entities; defenses)
SB1026 behavioral health examiners; continuation
SB1027 respiratory care examiners; continuation
SB1028 osteopathic board; continuation
SB1029 pharmacy board; licensure; fees
SB1030 AHCCCS; covered services; occupational therapy
SB1031 dangerous; incompetent defendants; study committee
SB1032 public service corporations; hydroelectric power
SB1033 board of executive clemency; continuation
SB1034 appropriation; teacher student loan program
SB1035 technical correction; building codes
SB1036 charter schools; rulemaking exemption
SB1037 special education; audit; cost study
SB1038 teachers; professional development; pilot program
SB1039 teachers; alternative certification application
SB1040 Arizona teachers; student loan program
SB1041 transfer credits; Arizona online instruction
SB1042 teacher certification; reciprocity
SB1043 false claims; agriculture; technical correction
SB1044 fiduciary funds; deposits; technical correction
SB1045 marijuana; definition
SB1046 Arizona state parks board; trails
SB1047 medical student loans; board; continuation
SB1048 Christian Science nurses; reporting duty
SB1049 text messaging while driving; prohibition
SB1050 private process servers; duties

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