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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
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Bill Number Short Title
HB2101 private prison contractors; public records
HB2102 private prison security officers; certification
HB2103 private prison study committee
HB2104 ivory; rhinoceros horn; sales; prohibition
HB2105 state fair board; continuation
HB2106 garnishment; continuing lien; school employee
HB2107 schools; nonresident pupils; military duty
HB2108 education; conforming changes
HB2109 forfeiture; monies; assets; prohibited distribution
HB2110 uncontested civil forfeiture; repeal
HB2111 anti-racketeering funds; administration; revenue department
HB2112 multi-county water district; directors; elections
HB2113 government vehicles; political speech; prohibition
HB2114 peace officers; weapons; federal facilities
HB2115 school vehicles; global positioning systems
HB2116 municipal zoning; rezoning protests
HB2117 state militia; firearms; rights
HB2118 firearms transfers; compact
HB2119 educational institutions; state law violations
HB2120 education; prohibited courses and activities
HB2121 immigration; prohibited acts; civil action
HB2122 competitive bidding; legal counsel; limit
HB2123 vocational and technical education; evaluation
HB2124 minimum wage; employee benefits; preemption
HB2125 sex trafficking victim; vacating conviction
HB2126 schools; prior-year funding.
HB2127 auditor general; special investigative unit
HB2128 JLAC: auditor general
HB2129 toxic data reports, plans; requirements
HB2130 water quality; maximum daily load
HB2131 air quality compliance
HB2132 commerce authority; concrete masonry education
HB2133 correctional facilities; community notification
HB2134 schools; children's camps; sunscreen use
HB2135 health care workforce; data
HB2136 applications for regulation; information; process
HB2137 medical preceptors; income tax credit
HB2138 library trustees; annual report
HB2139 building code moratorium; repeal
  (NOW: administrative order; enforcement; child support)
HB2140 Arizona silver-haired legislature
HB2141 DHS; state food standards
HB2142 foster parents; training
HB2143 public contracts; procurement
HB2144 services delivered by internet; taxation
HB2145 household goods; unlawful moving practices
HB2146 homeowners' associations; disclosure documents; agent
HB2147 experienced teacher retention pilot program
HB2148 public safety; violence prevention; committee
HB2149 mental health; injunction; firearm possession
HB2150 firearm sales; transfers; background checks

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