ARKANSAS LEGISLATIVE ALERT
Retail, Merchants, and Technology
05-03-2019 - 16:32:13

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Track: Retail, Merchants, Technology   Request Date: 0- 0-0000 thru 99-99-9999

HB 1407   
Hillman, David (R)
Maloch, Bruce (D)
Requires the Arkansas Bureau of Standards to enforce labeling standards for food and agricultural products to ensure that the labeling adheres to the given standards and definitions for meat and grain products.
Position: Neutral
Bill History: 02-07-19 H Filed
02-08-19 H Introduced and referred to H-Agriculture, Forestry, Economic Development
02-11-19 H 1 Amendment(s) Filed
02-12-19 H Placed on the House calendar
02-13-19 H Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 138 velopment ...H-Agriculture, Forestry, Economic Development
02-12-19 H Amendment 1 adopted
02-27-19 H Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 138 velopment ...H-Agriculture, Forestry, Economic Development
02-27-19 H Reported from committee - Do pass H-Agriculture, Forestry, Economic Development
03-04-19 H Placed on the House calendar
03-04-19 H [H] 20190304/-1/16920 (15:44:35)
03-04-19 H Passed (Vote: Y: 87/N: 4)
03-05-19 S Received in the Senate - Referred to S-Agriculture and Economic Development
03-12-19 S Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 309 nt ...S-Agriculture and Economic Development
03-12-19 S Reported from committee - Do pass S-Agriculture and Economic Development
03-13-19 S Placed on the Senate calendar
03-13-19 S On floor for consideration
03-13-19 S Passed (Vote: Y: 31/N: 3)
03-14-19 H Enrolled in the House - Sent to Governor
03-18-19 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 501 )
07-24-19 G Effective date


HB 1771   
Flowers, Vivian (D)
Leding, Greg (D)
Requires the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality to create a program for recycling deposit beverage containers. Requires distributors to charge a redeemable deposit of five cents for each glass, plastic and metal beverage container sold.
Position: Monitor-Opposed
Bill History: 03-11-19 H Filed
03-11-19 H Introduced and referred to H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
03-26-19 H Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 130 ...H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
03-22-19 H 1 Amendment(s) Filed
03-28-19 H Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 130 ...H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
03-28-19 H Committee Motion for Do Pass Failed (Vote: Y: 8/N: 6)
04-02-19 H Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 130 ...H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
04-01-19 H 1 Amendment(s) Filed
04-02-19 H Placed on the House calendar
04-02-19 H Amendment 2 adopted
04-04-19 H Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 130 ...H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
04-24-19 H Died in committee H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor


HB 1774   
Rushing, Laurie (R)
Ingram, Keith (D)
Adds malt beverage regulation to the grocery store wine permit, creating the grocery store wine and malt beverage permit.
Position: Neutral
Bill History: 03-11-19 H Filed
03-11-19 H Introduced and referred to H-Rules
03-20-19 H Meeting set for 11:59 a.m. - MAC Room B ...H-Rules
04-24-19 H Died in committee H-Rules


HB 1823   
Ladyman, Jack (R) Requires employees of food service establishments to be immunized or vaccinated against Hepatitis A as a condition of employment with certain exceptions.
Position: Neutral
Bill History: 03-14-19 H Filed
03-14-19 H Introduced and referred to H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
03-28-19 H Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 130 ...H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
03-28-19 H Committee motion for D.P. as amended Failed (Vote: Y: 9/N: 7)
04-04-19 H Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 130 ...H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
04-24-19 H Died in committee H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor


HB 1826   
Meeks, Stephen (R) Authorizes the Governor to designate the State Broadband Manager as someone other than the Director of the Department of Information Systems.
Position: Neutral
Bill History: 03-14-19 H Filed
03-14-19 H Introduced and referred to H-Communications and Information Technology
03-20-19 H Meeting set for 1:00 p.m. - Room 151 hnology ...H-Communications and Information Technology
03-20-19 H Reported from committee - Do pass H-Communications and Information Technology
03-25-19 H Placed on the House calendar
03-25-19 H [H] 20190325/-1/17106 (16:49:59)
03-25-19 H Passed (Vote: Y: 92/N: 0)
03-26-19 S Received in the Senate - Referred to S-Transportation, Technology & Leg. Affairs
04-01-19 S Meeting set for Upon Adjournment - Old Supreme Court Affairs ...S-Transportation, Technology & Leg. Affairs
04-01-19 S Reported from committee - Do pass S-Transportation, Technology & Leg. Affairs
04-03-19 S Placed on the Senate calendar
04-03-19 S On floor for consideration
04-03-19 S Passed (Vote: Y: 35/N: 0)
04-04-19 H Enrolled in the House - Sent to Governor
04-08-19 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 792 )
07-24-19 G Effective date


HB 1980   
Davis, Andy (R) Amends various tobacco control regulations, adjusting retail permit fees, increasing the violation for failure to secure a permit from a Class C to a Class A misdemeanor, authorizing civil penalties, and more.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 04-02-19 H Filed
04-02-19 H Introduced and referred to H-Rules
04-04-19 H Meeting set for 11:59 a.m. - MAC Room B ...H-Rules
04-04-19 H Amendment(s) Filed
04-05-19 H Placed on the House calendar
04-05-19 H Amendment 1 adopted
04-08-19 H Placed on the House calendar
04-08-19 H [H] 20190408/-1/17250 (14:14:20)
04-08-19 H Failed (Vote: N: 26/Y: 46)
04-09-19 H Motion to reconsider carried
04-09-19 H Passed (Vote: Y: 59/N: 25)
04-09-19 H Emergency clause adopted (Vote: Y: 66/N: 9)
04-09-19 S Received in the Senate - Referred to S-City, County and Local Affairs
04-09-19 S Re-referred to committee S-City, County and Local Affairs
04-10-19 S Reported from committee - Do pass S-City, County and Local Affairs
04-10-19 S Motion to suspend rules carried
04-10-19 S On floor for consideration
04-10-19 S Passed (Vote: Y: 31/N: 1)
04-10-19 H Enrolled in the House - Sent to Governor
04-16-19 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 1071 )
07-24-19 G Effective date


SB 443   
Davis, Breanne (R)
Johnson, Lee (R)
Requires public places to accommodate the public with diaper changing facilities that are equally available to all genders, when in new construction building a restroom that includes installing diaper changing accommodations.
Position: Monitor-Opposed
Bill History: 02-26-19 S Filed
02-26-19 S Introduced and referred to S-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
03-06-19 S Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 272 ...S-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
03-07-19 S 1 Amendment(s) Filed
03-11-19 S Placed on the Senate calendar
03-11-19 S Amendment 1 adopted
03-13-19 S Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 272 ...S-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
03-13-19 S Reported from committee - Do pass S-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
03-14-19 S Placed on the Senate calendar
03-14-19 S On floor for consideration
03-14-19 S Passed (Vote: Y: 22/N: 2)
03-14-19 H Received in the House - Referred to H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
03-26-19 H Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 130 ...H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
03-26-19 H Committee Motion for Do Pass Failed
04-04-19 H Meeting set for 10:00 a.m. - Room 130 ...H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
04-24-19 H Died in committee H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor


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