Since the filing period began, there have been more than 540 bills filed in the House. In the Senate, 380 have been filed.
More than 120 bills so far have been signed into law.
This afternoon, the House advanced several more, including the following:
HB1353-This bill states that a medical marijuana cultivation facility or dispensary shall not use any of the following images within an advertisement:
A cross of any color
Any other symbol that is commonly associated with the practice of medicine or the practice of pharmacy.
HB1426-This bill establishes the Arkansas Fair Food Delivery Act. It states that a food delivery platform shall not arrange for the delivery of a food order from a food facility without first entering into an agreement with the food facility expressly authorizing the food delivery platform to take orders and deliver food.
HB1434-This bill creates the Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Advisory Council. The council will research the needs and services available to the nearly 50,000 Arkansans living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
SB136-This bill allows public utilities to recognize renewable natural gas and allow gas utilities to remove barriers to purchase the alternative fuel.
SB165-This bill brings Arkansas law into alignment with federal law to allow termination or cancellation of a residential lease when a soldier or airman is assigned to a permanent change of duty station that is located more than 50 miles from his or her primary residence or when he or she is discharged or released under honorable conditions from active military service.
The House will convene on Wednesday at 1 pm.