On Tuesday, the House Judiciary Committee advanced HB1004. This bill amends the Sex Offender Registration Act by requiring the physical address of the sex offender, including the house or apartment number, to be made public. Currently, only the street name and block number are required.
The House Education Committee advanced HB1156. This bill states that public schools and open-enrollment public charter schools shall designate multiple occupancy restrooms for exclusive use by the male sex or exclusive use by the female sex.
The full House passed HB1082. This bill establishes the Occupational Therapy Licensure Compact in Arkansas.
The House also passed HB1026. This bill prohibits local governments from enacting an income tax.
The House is scheduled to reconvene on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.