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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
SB1101 spay and neuter; tax checkoff
SB1102 appropriations; DES; developmental disabilities.
SB1103 appropriation; nonmedical services; aging.
SB1104 appropriations; ALTCS; elderly; physical disabilities.
SB1105 gifted pupils; funding.
SB1106 schools; prior-year funding
SB1107 permanent guardianship
  (NOW: child; family advocacy center; fund)
SB1108 cash assistance; children
SB1109 fingerprinting; child placement; IT contractors
SB1110 tax subtraction; uniformed services pay
SB1111 vehicle liability insurance; minimum limits
SB1112 laetrile; prohibition
SB1113 HOAs; artificial grass ban prohibited
SB1114 outdoor advertising
SB1115 PSPRS; retirement benefit calculation
SB1116 contractor licensure; requirements; confidential information
SB1117 fallen correctional employees memorial; extension
SB1118 military justice; nonjudicial punishment procedures
SB1119 juvenile corrections; justice; study committee
SB1120 ratification; constitutional convention; transmission
SB1121 certified qualified applicators; fingerprinting requirement
SB1122 personal property transfer; limitations prohibited
SB1123 state contract lobbyists; prohibition
SB1124 Arizona water protection fund; appropriation
SB1125 incorporation; urbanized areas.
SB1126 schools; prohibited courses; repeal.
SB1127 hiring practices; limitation; criminal history
SB1128 hospital survey; exclusion; fetal death
SB1129 electric nonprofit cooperatives; patronage capital
SB1130 hairstylist licenses; cosmetology
SB1131 schools; K-3 reading program
SB1132 amateur radio operator special plates
SB1133 certified nurse midwives; nurse practitioners
SB1134 pharmacy board; required permitting; violation
SB1135 handheld communications devices; driving; prohibition
SB1136 schools; computer coding instruction
SB1137 vendor; payment by warrant; fee
SB1138 encumbrance documents; exceptions
SB1139 collector car auction; special plates
SB1140 peace officer training board; membership
SB1141 animal abuser registration; registry
SB1142 riot; planning; participation; racketeering
SB1143 traffic survival school; online
SB1144 TPT exemptions and deductions; sunset
SB1145 technical correction; vehicle accident report
SB1146 technical correction; disabled parking; reciprocity
  (NOW: registration fees; VLT; gas tax)
SB1147 technical correction; overtaking bicycles
  (NOW: county election; motor fuel taxes)
SB1148 technical correction; information change; notice
SB1149 technical correction; DUI; blood test
SB1150 ignition interlock device; regulation; installers

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