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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
SB1051 aggressive solicitation; approaching stopped vehicle
SB1052 ASRS; optional retirement benefits; overpayment
SB1053 ASRS; board powers
SB1054 traffic accidents; fatality; implied consent
SB1055 expedited rulemaking
SB1056 municipal codes; publication; online
SB1057 experienced teachers; certification renewal
SB1058 repeal; regional attraction districts
SB1059 adult protective services; confidential information
SB1060 homeowners' associations; dispute process
SB1061 universities; tuition; rates; fees
SB1062 property tax oversight commission; continuation
SB1063 technical correction; payment method
  (NOW: PSPRS; risk pool)
SB1064 technical correction; tax correction
SB1065 technical correction; public employees; expenses
SB1066 clerk of court; records; reporting
SB1067 supervised prisoners; violations; graduated sanctions.
SB1068 community supervision; earned release credits
SB1069 vacating felony conviction; record destruction
  (NOW: setting aside conviction; employment application)
SB1070 technical correction; textbook purchase
SB1071 provisional licenses; criminal convictions
  (NOW: DOC; graduated intervention policy; report)
SB1072 administrative decisions; scope of review
SB1073 license plate covers; prohibition
SB1074 special license plates; standard design
SB1075 aggravated assault; private process servers
SB1076 telecommunications fund; report; website
SB1077 state parks board; director; appointment
SB1078 electronic; digital signatures; requirements; ADOA
SB1079 DES; ownership; land; building
SB1080 teenage drivers; communication devices prohibited
SB1081 mutual holding company reorganization
SB1082 motorcycle safety fund
SB1083 Arizona lengthy trial fund; continuation
SB1084 electronic records; retention; storage
SB1085 vulnerable users of public ways
SB1086 sentencing; aggravating factor; texting
SB1087 wireless communication device; driving; prohibition
SB1088 vehicles; collisions; injury; texting; penalty
SB1089 lottery funding; LTAF; restoration
SB1090 HURF expenditures; transportation infrastructure
SB1091 nuclear emergency appropriations; assessments
SB1092 uniform common trust act; repeal
SB1093 telecommunications service assistance program
SB1094 uniform fiduciaries act; repeal
  (NOW: ballots; digital images; electronic data)
SB1095 uniform single publication act; repeal
SB1096 uniform contribution; tortfeasors act; repeal
SB1097 state lottery distributions; family homelessness
SB1098 schools; statewide assessment
SB1099 school safety program
SB1100 GIITEM subaccount; uses; specialized equipment

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