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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
HB2401 health care providers; religious beliefs
HB2402 prohibited possessors; driving record; notation
  (NOW: restricted licenses; driving violations; penalties)
HB2403 clean elections; contributions prohibited
HB2404 initiatives; circulators; signature collection; contests
HB2405 postpartum depression; task force
HB2406 counties; municipal land acquisition; limitation
HB2407 appropriation; counties; essential services
HB2408 disability parking; wheelchair users
HB2409 injunction against harassment; petition; hearing
HB2410 workers' compensation; firefighters; heart-related cases
HB2411 homeowners' associations; open meetings
HB2412 voter registration records; petition submittals
HB2413 juveniles; natural life sentence; repeal
HB2414 wage disclosure; employee rights
HB2415 in-state tuition; veterans
HB2416 school district governing boards; qualifications
HB2417 signatures; electronic transactions; blockchain technology
HB2418 TPT; diapers; formula; feminine hygiene
HB2419 homeowners' associations; disclosure documents; fees
  (NOW: occupational regulation; municipalities; counties)
HB2420 diaper changing stations; public restrooms
HB2421 purple heart special plates; fees
HB2422 annual report; corporate tax credits
HB2423 parents' rights; DCS website information
HB2424 mitigation monies; school bus fleets
HB2425 appropriation; highway user revenue fund
HB2426 community health workers; voluntary certification.
HB2427 misconduct involving weapons; firearm storage
HB2428 prisoners; earned release credits
HB2429 abortion; admitting privileges; repeal
HB2430 marijuana; health warnings
HB2431 racing; simulcasting agreements
HB2432 JTEDs; ninth graders; funding..
HB2433 income tax subtraction; veterans' pensions
HB2434 driving; handheld communications devices; prohibition
HB2435 name change; juvenile court
HB2436 appropriation; memorial; January 8 victims
HB2437 resisting detention; offense
HB2438 corporate status change; nontaxable event
  (NOW: corporations; nontaxable event; status change)
HB2439 home health aides; qualifications
HB2440 state fleet; inventory reduction
HB2441 aggregate STO credit cap; freeze
HB2442 AHCCCS; dental care; pregnant women
HB2443 auditor general; charter schools.
HB2444 sexual assault; victim advocates; privilege
HB2445 interfering; judicial proceeding; prosecution; sentence
HB2446 contracting; investments; prohibition; border wall
HB2447 legislators; mileage rate; distance
HB2448 voter registration; identification
HB2449 convention; delegates; limitations; oath
HB2450 government software; purchase and development

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