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180209-1500  AZRRT HOW-THEY-VOTED REPORT

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 BILL SEARCH to access bill overview, enter bill number, and then scroll down to the vote you are interested in.

BILL # AND SHORT TITLE WHERE DATE  

SPONSOR AND/OR WHAT THE BILL DOES

 

RESULTS (*)

P=PASSED

F=FAILED

HB2115 – bonds; ballot language; procedures All House members

House Third Reading

02/05/2018 Mitchell – Enhances clarity in bond issue elections P-57-0-2
HB2460 – charter schools; vacant buildings; equipment House Education 02/05/2018 Leach – Districts can not discriminate against charter and private schools when selling property to highest bidder P-7-4-0

R’s voting NO

UDALL (LD-25)

HB2343 – schools; child abuse hotline House Education 02/05/2018 John – Requires public schools to post sign with child abuse and neglect hotline and emergency number P-11-0-0
HB2477 – high school mathematics; proficiency; notification House Education 02/05/2018 Udall – Requires early intervention of notice during students first quarter of deficiency P-9-0-0
SB1175 – home-based businesses; local regulation. Senate Commerce and Public Safety 02/05/2018 Farnsworth – Prohibits excessive regulation of home businesses NONE
SB1101 – property tax appeals; court findings All Senate members

Senate Third Reading

02/05/2018 Petersen – In valuation disputes, court can not increase valuation above original amount P-18-12-0
SB1247 – health insurance; mandated provision prohibited All Senate members

Senate Third Reading

02/05/2018 Barto – Limits ability of counties and cities to regulate health insurance P-17-13
HB2348 – vehicle emissions; California standards House Energy, Environment and Natural Resources 02/06/2018 Engel – Imposes CA style oppressive restrictions on AZ citizens HELD
HCR2008 – initiatives; conflicting federal law; preemption House Federalism, Property Rights and Public Policy 02/06/2018 Leach – Gives the Attorney General exclusive veto power over initiatives AFTER the expense and time expended in gathering signatures HELD
HB2273 – public employees; compensation; cap House Federalism, Property Rights and Public Policy 02/06/2018 Thorpe – Formula for capping government employee pay P-5-3-0
HCR2022 – U.S. Senate candidates; legislative nomination House Federalism, Property Rights and Public Policy 02/06/2018 Grantham – Alleviates some of the harm done by the 17th amendment HELD
SB1051 – state budget; estimates; notice Senate Appropriations 02/06/2018 Kavanaugh – Encourages legislature to limit spending increases to the rate of population growth and inflation P-6-3-1