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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
HB2001 school district tax levy; retention
HB2002 marijuana; sentence; civil penalty; fines
HB2003 marijuana; regulation; taxation
HB2004 veteran-owned businesses; procurement preference
HB2005 appropriation; grants; reading-intensive programs
HB2006 elderly homeowners; class six property
HB2007 technical correction; taxes; intangible income
HB2008 technical correction; tax debt; enforcement
HB2009 technical correction; tax refund account
HB2010 ASRS; political subdivision entities
HB2011 bonds; levy; net of cash
HB2012 crisis referral services; confidentiality
HB2013 newspapers; public notices; publication
HB2014 legal tender exchange; tax effect
HB2015 gold bonds; study committee
HB2016 transfer pupils; transcripts
HB2017 bonds; disclosure; notice
HB2018 medical marijuana; cultivation; facilities
HB2019 community college bonds; voter approval
HB2020 boards; directors; conflict of interest
HB2021 child care assistance; eligibility
  (NOW: eligibility; child care assistance)
HB2022 unlawful discharge of firearms; exception
HB2023 Salt river horse herd; penalty
HB2024 false reporting; classification
HB2025 fallen firefighter memorial; committee
HB2026 secretary of state; omnibus
HB2027 expenditure limits; political subdivisions; PSPRS
HB2028 class six property; elderly homeowners
HB2029 medical marijuana dispensaries; location change
HB2030 insurance coverage; telemedicine; urology
HB2031 pharmacy; virtual manufacturers; virtual wholesalers
HB2032 pharmacy board; notice requirements
HB2033 controlled substances; definition
HB2034 technical correction; materials; resident preference
HB2035 technical correction; Arbor day
HB2036 groundwater permits; technical correction
HB2037 technical correction; light pollution
HB2038 tax credits; exemptions; sunset repeal
HB2039 finder fees; apartment tenants
HB2040 Arizona online instruction; transfer credits
HB2041 DHS; health care institutions; licensure
HB2042 DHS; fingerprinting requirements
HB2043 state hospital; property leases
HB2044 metal dealer licensure; local authority
HB2045 insurance contracts
HB2046 motorcycle riders; helmets; fees
HB2047 liquor; serving age; reduction
HB2048 legislative vacancies; appointment; requirements
HB2049 provisional ballots; incorrect precinct; tally
HB2050 administrative procedure; declaratory judgment

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