170323-1735 – AZRRT REPORT

170323-1735 – AZRRT REPORT 
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HIGHLIGHTS:
HB2212 was killed by the Senate Gang of Three Republicans Voting As Democrats, Brophy-McGee (LD28), Pratt (LD8), and Worsley (LD25). HB2212 would have required state agencies to disclose how much funding they receive from the federal government. HB2212 had narrowly passed in the House when four Republicans Voting As Democrats voted against it. They were Carter (LD15), Coleman (LD16), Norgaard (LD18), and Udall (LD25)
SB1147 was defeated in the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. SB1147 was a sneaky strike all bill that would have increased taxes on motor fuels. Two Republicans voted in favor of SB1147, Campbell (LD1) and John (LD14).

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The following table contains the results of recent votes on bills we are tracking. This information could be very valuable at election time, to evaluate whether candidates’ campaign rhetoric are supported or contradicted by their actions.

(*) To see exactly how every legislator voted, click on the bill number to access bill overview, and then click on the button for the vote you are interested in.

BILL #  
SHORT TITLE OR WHAT THE BILL DOES
 
WHERE DATE RESULTS (*)
SB1115 PSPRS; retirement benefit calculation
(LESKO)
HOUSE – BANKING AND INSURANCE 03/20 MON P-5-0-0
SB1405 schools; elections; ballot arguments; exclusion
(LESKO)
HOUSE – EDUCATION 03/20 MON P-9-2-0
SB1204 high school textbooks; review period
(GRIFFIN)
PARENTAL REVIEW OF TEXT BOOKS
HOUSE – EDUCATION 03/20 MON P-8-3-0
HB2212 federal financial assistance; reports
(LEACH)
TRUTH IN FUNDING
SENATE – THIRD READING 03/20 MON F-14-15-1
SB1242 tax information; disclosure; municipal auditors
(KAVANAGH)
HOUSE – WAYS AND MEANS 03/22 WED P-6-3-0
SB1147 county election; motor fuel taxes
(WORSLEY)
SNEAKY STRIKE ALL BILL TO INCREASE MOTOR FUEL TAXES
HOUSE – TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE 03/22 WED F-2-6-0
HB2117 state militia; firearms; rights
(THORPE)
ADDRESSES WELL REGULATED MILITIA LANGUAGE
SENATE – GOVERNMENT 03/22 WED P-4-3-0
HB2416 school district governing boards; qualifications
(COLEMAN)
SENATE- EDUCATION 03/23 THU P-6-0-1
HB2210 college readiness exam; pilot program
(CARTER)
SENATE- EDUCATION 03/23 THU P-5-2-0
HB2477 civil forfeiture; report information; remedies
(FARNSWORTH)
CURB ON  FORFEITURE ACTIVITY BY GOV. AGENCIES
SENATE – JUDICIARY 03/23 THU P-7-0-0
HB2304 voter guide; publicity pamphlet; e-mail
(KERN)
E-MAIL MAY BE USED TO SAVE MONEY AND TIME
SENATE – JUDICIARY 03/23 THU P-4-3-0
HB2404 initiatives; circulators; signature collection; contests
(LEACH)
MORE THOROUGH VETTING OF SIGNATURE COLLECTORS
SENATE – THIRD READING 03/22 THU P-17-13-0