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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
SB1201 medical examiner; communicable diseases; disclosure
SB1202 forestry and fire management; conformity
SB1203 Arizona water banking authority; report
  (NOW: veterans’ donation fund; tax credits)
SB1204 high school textbooks; review period
SB1205 school tax credit; classroom supplies
SB1206 teachers; short-term certificates; dismissals
SB1207 advanced certification; assessor personnel; compensation
SB1208 water resources; department annual report
SB1209 technical correction; health services; fees
  (NOW: teacher; principal; evaluation instrument)
SB1210 state law; violations; political subdivisions
SB1211 ADOT omnibus
SB1212 tax credit cap; angel investor
SB1213 unemployment insurance; disclosure; state agencies
SB1214 local governments; smallcell equipment permitting
  (NOW: microcell equipment; local governments)
SB1215 insurance; definition; fire protection services
  (NOW: insurance; forms; fire protection services)
SB1216 towing firms; assets; definition
SB1217 corporation commission; telecommunications; rates
SB1218 housing department; conforming changes
SB1219 automatic voter registration; database; public agencies
SB1220 voter registration; same day
SB1221 voter registration deadlines; registration method
SB1222 voter identification; proof of citizenship
SB1223 voter identification; VA; student identification
SB1224 schools; governing boards; immediate family
SB1225 school instruction; AIDS; homosexuality
SB1226 schools; transfer students; competency requirements
SB1227 charter schools; prohibited locations
SB1228 charter school pupils; transfer; ADM
SB1229 charter schools; teachers; administrators; certification
SB1230 charter schools; website posting requirements
SB1231 ADE; charter schools; assessments
SB1232 charter schools; public meetings; records
SB1233 charter schools; audit requirements
SB1234 charter schools; procurement requirements
SB1235 podiatry; amputation
SB1236 psychotropic drugs; foster children; report
  (NOW: statewide petition circulators; registration; committees)
SB1237 early voting; ballots; processing
SB1238 early ballot envelopes
SB1239 parking violation; disabilities; access aisles
SB1240 homeowners' associations; streets; authority
SB1241 TPT exemption; charity golf tournament
SB1242 tax information; disclosure; municipal auditors
SB1243 misconduct involving weapons; public places
SB1244 committee of reference; standing committee
SB1245 state lands; perpetual rights-of-way.
  (NOW: Wesley Bolin memorial; Rick Lavis)
SB1246 contractors; owners; documents
SB1247 conservation easement; in lieu payments
SB1248 building code moratorium; repeal.
SB1249 property tax exemptions; statutory conformity
SB1250 county motor fuel taxes

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