Federal Legislative Issues:

APTA's Top Federal Legislative/Regulatory Issues
APTA Legislative Action Center
APTA Legislative Affairs Page
Current Issues in Congress

Federal Links

THOMAS: Legislative Information on the Internet (Includes Congressional Voting Records)
U.S. House of Representatives
Roll Call: Covering Capitol Hill Since 1955
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
Medicare: The Official U.S. Government Site for Medicare Info

Arkansas Legislative Issues:

Need to know the status of a bill?  Arkansas State Legislature
Contact either of the following individuals to find out which bills ArPTA supports in the Arkansas Legislature, and which bills the ArPTA opposes.
Don't know who your state and federal legislators are? Visit APTA's Legislative Action Center

AR State Government Links
Arkansas State Legislature
State of Arkansas Home Page
Arkansas State Board of Election Commissioners

Governor's Office
Department of Education
Department of Health
Workers' Compensation Commission 

Our federal and state legislative process is a system in which "money is the oil that runs the political machine."
Click here if you want to make your voice heard!

Physical Therapy Practice Act for the State of Arkansas

ArPTA provides this link for your information.  However, ArPTA cannot interpret the law.  If you have questions regarding the Practice Act, please contact the Arkansas State Board for Physical Therapy.

We offer 2 options for viewing the Physical Therapy Practice Act for Arkansas:
17- Subtitle 3 - Chapter 93 of the Arkansas Code (pdf)
Act 1107 of 2009(pdf)  This is the actual bill that was passed and includes language that was stricken and added

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