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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
SB1151 wrong-way drivers; alerts; DPS.
SB1152 retail TPT; bad debt deduction
  (NOW: tax authorization; consolidated election dates)
SB1153 municipal improvement districts; sale certificate
SB1154 G&F omnibus
SB1155 correctional facilities; community notification.
SB1156 high school students; course time
  (NOW: average daily membership; high schools)
SB1157 competency hearings; jurisdiction; referral
SB1158 sentencing; court debts; fine mitigation
SB1159 civil liability; damages; weapons
SB1160 driving violations; restricted licenses; penalties
SB1161 courthouse security; fund
  (NOW: improvement districts; retention; detention basins)
SB1162 sex offenders; electronic device monitoring
SB1163 release procedures; hearings; bonds
SB1164 Arizona procurement code; amendments
SB1165 exempt wells; capital costs
SB1166 employment security; time frames; interest
SB1167 archaeology advisory commission; continuation
SB1168 Arizona outdoor recreation commission; continuation
SB1169 insurance; auto glass coverage
SB1170 abandoned vehicles; towing reimbursement
SB1171 earned release credits; sentence
SB1172 dependency; households; felony reports
SB1173 military family relief fund; continuation.
SB1174 schools; desegregation expenses; special override
SB1175 real estate transfer fees; definition
SB1176 fire districts; electronic funds transfers
SB1177 commerce authority; concrete masonry education.
SB1178 ASRS; nonparticipating employers; liability
SB1179 appropriations; named claimants
SB1180 bingo establishments; ADA compliance
SB1181 native American veterans; tax settlement.
SB1182 G&F; protected species; taking prohibition
SB1183 department of environmental quality; omnibus
SB1184 appropriation; Arizona geological survey
SB1185 precinct committeemen; term of office.
SB1186 alarm industry; fingerprint requirements
SB1187 sentencing; aggravating factor; political affiliation
SB1188 procurement process; professional; construction services
SB1189 state budget; estimates; notice
SB1190 public safety; supplemental benefits; continuation
SB1191 political parties; notice; meetings
SB1192 property tax; technical correction
SB1193 election and ethics; commission; duties
SB1194 DCS; foster parent; medical consent
SB1195 domestic violence offenders; firearms; seizure
SB1196 Arizona department of housing; continuation.
SB1197 real estate appraisal
SB1198 public accommodation; services; civil actions
SB1199 criminal history investigation; name change
SB1200 elections; candidates; requirements

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