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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
HB2151 indigent defense fund; distribution; purpose
HB2152 Arizona emissions bank; credits; amendments
  (NOW: emissions credits; voluntary emissions bank)
HB2153 Arizona power authority; director; residency
HB2154 supervised prisoners; violations; graduated sanctions..
HB2155 victims' rights; failure to comply
HB2156 county transportation excise tax; rates
HB2157 private property access; rights-of-way
HB2158 tax lien foreclosures; subdivisions; exemption
  (NOW: tax settlement; Native American veterans)
HB2159 vehicle impoundment; release of vehicles
HB2160 annuity transactions; training requirements
HB2161 workers' compensation; occupational diseases; cancer
  (NOW: occupational diseases; workers' compensation; presumptions)
HB2162 JPs; residency requirements
HB2163 schools; certification; discipline; reciprocity
HB2164 teachers; alternative performance evaluation cycle
HB2165 authorized third parties; electronic title.
HB2166 ASRS; return to work
HB2167 ASRS; contributions; adjustments
HB2168 ASRS; reinstatement; contribution amount
HB2169 state retirement; waiting period; repeal
HB2170 anti-racketeering monies; police training
HB2171 technical correction; land department; seal
HB2172 medical assistance requests; evidence; mitigation
HB2173 license plate display; registration suspended
HB2174 aggravated DUI; affirmative defense
HB2175 fire districts; district board
HB2176 mobile home relocation; long-term RVs
HB2177 municipalities; development; reimbursement zones
HB2178 municipal elections; dates; county administration
HB2179 municipalities; counties; intergovernmental agreements; requirements
HB2180 workers' compensation; physicians' medical reports
HB2181 workers' compensation; peace officers; physicians
HB2182 workers' compensation; physician disqualification
HB2183 lifetime limit; cash assistance
HB2184 at-risk youth; career, college readiness
HB2185 juvenile corrections; transfer to counties
HB2186 ombudsman-citizens aide; reports
HB2187 study committee; elementary mathematics retention
HB2188 civil liability; minors; animals; vehicle..
HB2189 disability insurance; service coverage
HB2190 DHS; stroke; treatment information; registry
HB2191 child support; administrative order; enforcement
  (NOW: angel investor; tax credit cap)
HB2192 child support; driver license restriction
HB2193 groundwater resource management; task force
HB2194 indoor tanning; minors; restricted use
HB2195 medical board; licensure; disciplinary action
HB2196 residential care institutions; employment
HB2197 telemedicine; audio visual requirements
HB2198 committee; childhood experiences; effects; prevention
HB2199 gifted pupils; funding
HB2200 community notification; form of notice

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