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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
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Bill Number Short Title
SB1451 orthotics; prosthetics; standards
SB1452 health profession regulatory boards
SB1453 road improvement districts; financing
SB1454 county improvement districts; assessment; contribution
SB1455 AHCCCS; pharmacy services; contracts
SB1456 land subdivision; exceptions; children; grandchildren
SB1457 tribal nations; veterans' services; appropriation
SB1458 health careers; military veterans; committee
SB1459 state holiday; Native American day
SB1460 office of Indian education; assistance
SB1461 study; tribal colleges; dual enrollment
SB1462 dual enrollment; tribal colleges
SB1463 vehicle title loans; finance charge
SB1464 environmental quality; water; appropriation
SB1465 liquor licenses; tribal councils; approval
SB1466 TPT credit; tribal taxes
SB1467 TPT; Indian tribes; economic development
SB1468 refugee resettlement program; withdrawal
SB1469 lottery game; schools; capital assistance
SB1470 lottery game; veterans assistance
SB1471 incorrect arrest; record clearance
SB1472 memorial; veteran diversity
SB1473 consular identification cards; prohibition; repeal
SB1474 community engagement district.
SB1475 claimants; residential contractors' recovery fund
SB1476 technical correction; cease; desist order
SB1477 technical correction; mandatory vehicle insurance
SB1478 occupational safety and health omnibus
SB1479 mental health treatment; patient transport.
  (NOW: mental health services; evaluations)
SB1480 revisions; community facilities districts
SB1481 appropriations; medical marijuana fund
SB1482 water infrastructure finance authority; appropriation
SB1483 supplemental appropriation; foster care placement
SB1484 child care waiting list; appropriation.
SB1485 appropriation; community information and referral
SB1486 nursing board; rules; abortion
SB1487 G&F; appointment recommendation board; repeal
SB1488 hydraulic fracturing; prohibition
SB1489 energy measuring; containers; prohibition; repeal
SB1490 large electronics; recycling
SB1491 sex education curricula; requirements
SB1492 abortion; parental consent; exception
SB1493 corporate tax freeze; educational outcomes
SB1494 schools; compulsory attendance age; increase.
SB1495 postsecondary institutions; sexual consent policies
SB1496 abortion; parental consent; counseling exception
SB1497 telemedicine; abortion; prohibition repeal
SB1498 pesticides; prohibition
SB1499 voting; ranking; ballot format.
SB1500 presidential candidates, electors; tax returns

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