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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
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Bill Number Short Title
SB1351 spouses; married couples; terminology
SB1352 abortion; religious employers; contraception; repeal
SB1353 employment and labor omnibus
SB1354 schools; bullying policy; definition
SB1355 sexual assault; survivor rights
SB1356 schools; corporal punishment
SB1357 minors; consent; housing; shelter services
SB1358 municipalities; counties; rent control; seniors
SB1359 DES; DCS; director; qualifications
SB1360 permanent guardianship; dependency proceedings; reunification
  (NOW: dependency proceedings; permanent guardianships; reunification)
SB1361 DCS report consolidation
SB1362 dental board; dentists; dental hygienists
SB1363 liquor licenses; nonuse; discretionary cancellation
SB1364 elder abuse investigations; study committee
SB1365 wildfire suppression; joint study committee
SB1366 peace officer; victim; aggravating factor
SB1367 abortion; live delivery; report; definition
SB1368 newborn screening; fees
SB1369 technical correction; public roadways
SB1370 elections; unlawful voting; residence
SB1371 delinquent property taxes; common areas
SB1372 legislative review of rules
SB1373 schools; privacy; biometrics
SB1374 schools; data privacy
SB1375 schools; bonds; overrides; funding sources
SB1376 compact; prosperity districts
SB1377 controlled substances; approved medications
SB1378 schools; technology; internet safety; policies
SB1379 misused transportation excise tax; repayment
SB1380 DCS; background checks; central registry
SB1381 DCS; revisions; confidentiality; appeals
SB1382 employment discrimination; prohibition
SB1383 state finance review; task force
SB1384 school-sponsored media; student journalists
SB1385 voter registration; social security number
SB1386 statewide voter registration portability
SB1387 early voting locations; extended hours.
SB1388 early ballots; election day postmark
SB1389 voting centers; on-campus voting
SB1390 election procedures; workers; precincts; provisionals
SB1391 elections; polling places; standards
SB1392 early ballots; precinct ballot box
SB1393 presidential preference election; independent voters
SB1394 provisional ballots; residence; partial tabulation
SB1395 provisional ballots; verification; tally
SB1396 provisional ballots; incorrect precinct; tally.
SB1397 early ballots; verification; cure
SB1398 telemedicine; urology; insurance coverage
SB1399 Arizona power authority; conflicts; meetings
SB1400 homeowners' associations; assessment liens; foreclosure

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