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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
HB2301 child custody; investigators; appointment
HB2302 electoral college; electors; violation; classification
HB2303 dissolution of marriage; perjury; damages
HB2304 voter guide; publicity pamphlet; e-mail
HB2305 vehicle occupants; evidence of identity
HB2306 study committee; teacher shortages
HB2307 controlled substances prescription monitoring program
HB2308 pharmacy board; logistics providers; permits
HB2309 military family relief fund; continuation
HB2310 appropriations; ALTCS; elderly; physical disabilities
HB2311 ASU; consolidation of budget units
HB2312 criminal history; hiring practices; limitation
HB2313 medical marijuana; study committee
HB2314 school resources; religious purpose; prohibition
HB2315 PSPRS; normal retirement; age; repeal
HB2316 precinct committeemen; term of office
HB2317 partisan offices; districts; cities; schools
HB2318 concealed weapons permit; suspension; revocation
HB2319 security guard training instructors; certification
HB2320 ballot measures; proposition 105 disclosures
HB2321 homeowners' associations; cumulative voting; prohibition
HB2322 franchises; mark owners; employment relationships
HB2323 critical health information; emergency responders
HB2324 VLT; registration; exemptions; purple heart
HB2325 property tax assessment of greenhouses
HB2326 fire districts; creation; merger; consolidation
HB2327 repeal; right to work.
HB2328 corporate income tax rate; freeze
HB2329 vehicle insurance; renewal; fees; DPS
HB2330 water augmentation systems; tax credit
HB2331 auto dealers; recalls; manufacturer compensation
HB2332 property tax valuation appeals
HB2333 patient referral inducements; unlawful compensation
HB2334 AHCCCS; disproportionate share hospital payments
HB2335 tobacco possession; sale; age; signage
HB2336 end-of-life decisions; terminally ill
HB2337 liquor omnibus
HB2338 public employees; collective bargaining
HB2339 presidential preference election; reimbursement
  (NOW: bad debt deduction; retail TPT)
HB2340 municipalities; peace officer staffing requirement
HB2341 national guard; deployment; professional licenses
HB2342 veterans' services; benefits counselors; appropriation
HB2343 dual language education; study committee
HB2344 state board; community colleges
HB2345 study; state board; community colleges
HB2346 erroneous convictions; civil action
HB2347 employment omnibus
HB2348 automatic voter registration; licenses; IDs
HB2349 early ballots; collection; affidavit
HB2350 presidential preference election; independent voters

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