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Here are the bills that Gov. Doug Ducey vetoed because he does not yet have a budget.

SB 1022 - Renames references in law from ``product of human conception’’ to ‘’unborn child.’’

SB 1030 - Makes various changes to the practices and procedures of the Psychiatric Security Review Board which has jurisdiction of people found ``guilty except insane.’’

SB 1074 - Bans requiring public employees to participate in ``critical race theory’’ training.

SB 1119 - Requires the attorney general to review the constitutionality of any executive orders by the president of the United States.

SB 1121 - Imposes new requirements for security, packaging and labeling of marijuana.

SB 1127 - Allows motorists to travel faster on some state highways without criminal charges.

SB 1135 - Increases the deduction available on individual income taxes for putting money into 529 college savings programs.

SB 1176 - Creates ``produce incentive program’’ to encourage purchase of Arizona-grown crops by people using food stamps.

SB 1215 - Exempts some liquor sales from certain labeling requirements.

SB 1408 - Mandates research on correlation between marijuana use and mental illness.

SB 1514 - Requires emergency shelter beds in western Maricopa County for homeless seniors who are at least 55.

SB 1526 - Allows a prisoner to receive a certificate after successfully completing a training program to work in a field or trade and ensures female prisoners get feminine hygiene products without being charged.

SB 1635 - Makes numerous technical corrections to laws already enacted.

SB 1716 - Establishes the Joint Legislative Psychiatric Hospital Review Council and requires a surveillance system at the Arizona State Hospital.

HB 2001 - Creates a retroactive income tax credit for part of the value of land donated for a site for a traditional public or charter school.

HB 2070 - Provides for the release of original birth certificates that were sealed due to an adoption.

HB 2296 - Suspends rather than revokes driving privileges after a second conviction of reckless driving, aggressive driving or racing.

HB 2303 - Mandates proficiency testing of independent laboratories that test marijuana.

HB 2414 - Authorizes the health department to inspect any medical marijuana dispensary during normal business hours.

HB 2554 - Requires that those chosen by parties to represent them at polling places be registered to vote in Arizona.

HB 2674 - Permits some people who were convicted of sex offenses to eliminate the need for them to register.

HB 2792 - Prohibits delivery of early ballots to anyone who has not specifically requested one.