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83 bills signed so far, three vetoed

Gov. Jan Brewer on April 16 signed 25 bills, including legislation allowing most Arizonans to carry concealed weapons without permits, and a bill creating a one-year pilot program for the Department of Public Safety to use motion-detecting seismic sensors in rural areas where illegal immigration and cross-border drug trafficking are prevalent.

On April 15, Brewer signed 18 other bills.

The Legislature has passed 161 bills in the 2010 legislative session, 83 of which have been signed by Brewer. The governor has vetoed three others.

April 16 bill signings:

HB 2005 –Arizona masonic fraternity special plates
HB 2051 – corporation commission; contractors; regulation
HB 2135 – sanitary districts; bonds
HB 2151 – deaf; hard of hearing; commission
HB 2158 – data processing for county taxes
HB 2211 – political subdivisions; volunteers; noxious weeds
HB 2228 – S/E private elevator inspectors; elevator safety
HB 2245 – Arizona agricultural youth; special plates
HB 2247 – property tax appeals to court
HB 2335 – city; town; county; expenditure limitation
HB 2348 – veterans; disability benefits
HB 2405 – S/E emergency medical services council
HB 2477 – civil actions; public employee; definition
HB 2539 – employment; absence for military duties
SB 1027 – immigration; seismic sensors; pilot program
SB 1029 – law enforcement officers; disciplinary actions
SB 1059 – human trafficking; definition
SB 1111 – child support; medical insurance
SB 1114 – maternity; paternity; genetic testing
SB 1176 – apartment referrals; finder fee
SB 1217 – state board of equalization reforms
SB 1326 – athletic training board; omnibus
SB 1408 – agricultural best management; dust; districts
SB 1413 – investments; exchange traded funds
HB 2033 – emissions; motorcycles; area A; date
HB 2040 – community colleges; reports; budgets
HB 2130 – lead acid batteries; sale; fee
HB 2152 – voluntary remediation program; continuation
HB 2172 – dental board; complaints
HB 2218 – irrigation districts; contracts; certification board
HB 2261 – community college boards; expansion
HB 2298 – preparation programs; teacher certification
HB 2345 – homeowners’ associations; condominiums; fees; signs
HB 2389 – ASRS; plan design; refunds
HB 2491 – city elections; majority vote
HB 2514 – charter schools; food; tax exemption
HB 2666 – small fire districts; board members
SB 1093 – prisoners; transition program
SB 1113 – child support committee; membership
SB 1122 – prison contraband; wireless communication device
SB 1123 – prisoners; community corrections; monitoring; fees
SB 1285 – optometrists; medications
HB 2768 – real property transfer fee covenants
HB 2018 – state fire safety committee; membership
HB 2020 – restoration order; juvenile commitment
HB 2022 – hearing aid dispensers; continuing education
HB 2025 – chiropractic services
HB 2045 – legislative council; continuation
HB 2048 – board of library examiners; continuation
HB 2050 – ASLAPR; continuation
HB 2068 – EORP; omnibus amendments
HB 2073 – mortgage guaranty insurers
HB 2109 – superior court; holiday hours
HB 2112 – marriage licenses; reproduction
HB 2142 – board of athletic training; omnibus
HB 2149 – physical therapy board
HB 2150 – uniform patient reporting system; exemption
HB 2159 – boards of equalization; petitions; review
HB 2308 – insurance information; transfer of business
HB 2760 – SFB; preventative maintenance guidelines
SB 1200 – game and fish commission; board
HB 2028 – hard of hearing commission; continuation
HB 2579 – insurance; continuing education; continuation
HB 2026 – advisory council on aging; continuation
HB 2027 – board of psychologist examiners; continuation
HB 2029 – department of health services; continuation
HB 2030 – homeopathic board; continuation
HB 2031 – joint legislative budget committee; continuation
HB 2047 – auditor general; continuation
HB 2049 – ombudsman-citizens aide; continuation
HB 2072 – department of insurance; continuation
HB 2074 – board of athletic training; continuation.
HB 2081 – department of water resources; continuation
HB 2082 – residential utility consumer office; continuation
HB 2128 – omnibus; JTEDs
HB 2307 – Arizona manufactured firearms; regulation
HB 2543 – firearms; regulation; state preemption
HB 2604 – solid waste; private enterprise
SB 1199 – divorce; waiting period; educational programs
HB 2600 – state holiday; boy scouts
HB 2788 – campaign finance; independent expenditures
HB 2075 – state board of investment; continuation
HB 2427 – military overseas voting; ballot arguments

April 15 bill signings

HB 2033 – emissions; motorcycles; area A; date
HB 2040 – community colleges; reports; budgets
HB 2130 – lead acid batteries; sale; fee
HB 2152 – voluntary remediation program; continuation
HB 2172 – dental board; complaints
HB 2218 – irrigation districts; contracts; certification board
HB 2261 – community college boards; expansion
HB 2298 – preparation programs; teacher certification
HB 2345 – homeowners’ associations; condominiums; fees; signs
HB 2389 – ASRS; plan design; refunds
HB 2491 – city elections; majority vote
HB 2514 – charter schools; food; tax exemption
HB 2666 – small fire districts; board members
SB 1093 – prisoners; transition program
SB 1113 – child support committee; membership
SB 1122 – prison contraband; wireless communication device
SB 1123 – prisoners; community corrections; monitoring; fees
SB 1285 – optometrists; medications

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