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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
SB1401 homeowners' associations; managers; duties; gratuities
SB1402 homeowners' associations; improvement districts; zoning
SB1403 municipalities; counties; tiny homes; codes
SB1404 community facilities districts; amendments
SB1405 schools; elections; ballot arguments; exclusion
SB1406 contributions; committed youth; repeal; committee
  (NOW: public accommodation; exemptions; enforcement; sanctions)
SB1407 workers' compensation; employee definition; notice
SB1408 counties; municipalities; euthanizing animals
SB1409 empowerment scholarships; neurological conditions
SB1410 oxygenated fuel standards; formula
SB1411 county stadium districts; revenue; school districts
SB1412 surface water; adjudication sequence
SB1413 municipalities; annexation; roadway maintenance
SB1414 road signage; counties
SB1415 mining and mineral museum; transfer
SB1416 revitalization districts; county participation
  (NOW: quality jobs incentives; tax credits)
SB1417 law enforcement; workers' compensation; exposure
SB1418 women-owned and minority-owned businesses; grants
SB1419 schools; pupils; removal; reassignment
SB1420 voting rights; restoration; felonies
SB1421 notaries; unlawful practices; immigration
SB1422 vacating conviction; trafficking; local offenses
SB1423 immigration; law enforcement; repeal.
SB1424 length of parole; juvenile offenders
SB1425 criminal cases; arrests; records; erasure
SB1426 criminal charges; unlawful orders; reimbursement
SB1427 STO operational requirements
SB1428 community health workers; voluntary certification
SB1429 homeowners' associations; electronic records; fees
SB1430 nonresident tax credit; taxable year
  (NOW: municipalities; wastewater fees; vacant land)
SB1431 empowerment scholarships; expansion; phase-in
SB1432 annuities; withdrawals; restoration
SB1433 sugar-sweetened beverages; tax
SB1434 art therapy services; contracting requirements
SB1435 osteopaths; fingerprinting
  (NOW: health care professionals; fingerprinting)
SB1436 prescription drugs; delivery; pricing; appeals
SB1437 agencies; review; GRRC; occupational regulation
SB1438 DCS; procurement code exception
SB1439 end-of-life; discrimination; prohibition
SB1440 AHCCCS; clinical oversight committee
SB1441 insurers; health providers; claims mediation
  (NOW: insurers; health providers; claims arbitration)
SB1442 corrections officer retirement plan; modifications
  (NOW: modifications; corrections officer retirement plan)
SB1443 veterans' donations fund; tax credit
SB1444 income tax subtraction; military retirement
SB1445 VLT; registration fees; gas tax
SB1446 motor fuel taxes; county election
SB1447 state personnel system; covered employees
SB1448 state treasurer; public monies; procedures
SB1449 child; family advocacy center; appropriation.
SB1450 return to out-of-home care; placement

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