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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
SB1301 family caregiver income tax credit.
SB1302 communication service information; technical correction
SB1303 technical correction; health professionals
SB1304 JTEDs; entrepreneurship programs; review exemption
SB1305 election equipment certification; procedures manual
SB1306 election results; statewide electronic format
SB1307 voter registration; presidential elector deadlines
SB1308 flood control districts; easements, leases
SB1309 renewable energy; environmental impact; committee
SB1310 Arizona criminal justice commission; membership
SB1311 parole reform; study committee
SB1312 electronic bingo
SB1313 appropriation; teacher recruitment; retention
SB1314 schools; student data privacy
SB1315 legal decision-making; parenting time
SB1316 jail districts; maintenance of effort
SB1317 schools; specially designed instruction
SB1318 technical correction; credit unions; loans
  (NOW: candidates; multiple federal offices; limitation)
SB1319 telemedicine; audio visual requirements.
  (NOW: influenza vaccinations; committee reference review)
SB1320 employment; housing; public accomodations; antidiscrimination
SB1321 DOI; report; surprise billing
SB1322 criminal justice commission; legislative recommendations
SB1323 joint select committee on corrections
SB1324 luxury tax; exemption; technical correction
SB1325 nursing facilities; assisted living; advertising
SB1326 telecommunications; broadband; accelerated depreciation
SB1327 Gold Star memorial
SB1328 election proclamation; board clerk
SB1329 fire flow requirements; rural applicability
SB1330 fire districts; pension fund; transfer
SB1331 workers' compensation; tiered rate filings
  (NOW: workers’ compensation rates; deviations)
SB1332 workers' compensation; work search requirements
  (NOW: workers' compensation; settlement; travel expenses)
SB1333 workers' compensation; claim settlement
SB1334 contractor TPT; solar energy exemption
SB1335 behavior analysts; committee; licensure; regulation
SB1336 nurse anesthetists; prescribing authority; limitation
SB1337 industrial hemp; licensing
SB1338 construction contracts; indemnification; liability provisions
SB1339 child care assistance; appropriation
SB1340 TANF assistance; lifetime limit
SB1341 foster children; motor vehicle insurance
SB1342 search warrants; tracking; simulator devices
SB1343 county transportation excise tax; reauthorization
SB1344 firearms; state preemption; independent contractors
  (NOW: firearms; state preemption; employees)
SB1345 adult incarceration contracts; cost comparison
SB1346 appropriation; school solutions teams
SB1347 financial disclosure; model legislation; lobbying
SB1348 STO credit; aggregate cap; freeze
SB1349 tax credits; sunset
SB1350 terrorist threats; false reports; terrorism

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