170209-2255 – AZRRT REPORT

170209-2255 – AZRRT REPORT
The following table contains the results of recent votes. Make a note of this information because it 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 (*)
HB2083 schools; overrides; ballot language
(RUBALCAVA)
CONCEALS FACT THAT OVERRIDES ARE BUDGET INCREASES
HOUSE – EDUCATION 02/06
MON
NO ACTION
HB2199 gifted pupils; funding
(CARTER)
DISCRIMINATORY: FAVORS MINORITY PUPILS OVER NON-MINORITY
HOUSE – EDUCATION 02/06
MON
P-10-0-0
HB2385 schools; accounting; budgeting; reporting
(BOYER)
PROMOTES TRANSPARENCY IN BUDGETING
HOUSE – EDUCATION 02/06
MON
HELD
SB1245 state lands; perpetual rights-of-way.
(GRIFFIN)
SENATE – NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND WATER 02/06 MON HELD
SB1247 conservation easement; in lieu payments
(GRIFFIN)
SENATE – NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND WATER 02/06 MON P-5-3-0
HB2152 Arizona emissions bank; credits; amendments
(BOWERS)
CREDITS FOR POLLUTION REDUCTIONS TO BE USED TO OFFSET FUTURE POLLUTION
HOUSE – ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 02/07 TUE HELD
HB2218 school tax credit; capital outlay
(NORGAARD)
HOUSE – ALL MEMBERS
(THIRD READING)
02/06 MON P-10-0-0
HB2212 federal financial assistance; reports
(LEACH)
HOUSE – APPROPRIATIONS 02/08 WED HELD
HB2339 presidential preference election; reimbursement
(COLEMAN)
HOUSE – APPROPRIATIONS 02/08 WED P-13-0-0
HB2372 public benefits; fee waivers; requirements
(WENINGER)
HOUSE – APPROPRIATIONS 02/08 WED P-13-0-0
HB2295 attorney regulation; assessments; membership dues
(KERN)
RIGT TO WORK FOR ATTORNEYS
HOUSE – JUDICIARY AND PUBLIC SAFETY 02/08 WED P-6-3-0
HB2300 supreme court; regulation of attorneys
(KERN)
RIGHT TO WORK FOR ATTORNEYS
HOUSE – JUDICIARY AND PUBLIC SAFETY 02/08 WED P-6-3-0
HB2001 school district tax levy; retention
(CARTER)
HAS THE EFFECT OF FORCING BUDGET OVERRIDES IN DISTRICTS THAT DID NOT APPROVE THEM
HOUSE – WAYS AND MEANS 02/08 WED P-7-2-0
HB2286 truth in taxation; increase; notice
(BARTON)
IMPROVES THE NOTICE OF PROPERTY TAX INCREASE
HOUSE – WAYS AND MEANS 02/08 WED P-8-1-0
SB1375 schools; bonds; overrides; funding sources
(MONTENEGRO)
INFORMATION PAMPHLETS: DISCLOSES TOTAL OF FUNDS ALREADY RECEIVED BY SCHOOLS
SENATE – FINANCE 02/08 WED P-5-2-0
SB1105 gifted pupils; funding.
(BROPHY-MCGEE)
DISCRIMINATORY: FAVORS MINORITY PUPILS OVER NON-MINORITY
SENATE – EDUCATION 02/09 THU P-7-0-0
SB1431 empowerment scholarships; expansion; phase-in
(LESKO)
FAVORS PARENTAL SCHOOL CHOICE
SENATE – EDUCATION 02/09 THU P-4-3-0
SB1370 elections; unlawful voting; residence
(GRIFFIN)
HELPS COMBAT VOTER FRAUD
SENATE – JUDICIARY 02/09 THU P-7-0-0

PROXY BILL INTRODUCED IN AZ HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

PROXY BILL INTRODUCED IN AZ HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
House bill HB2467, if enacted, will limit the number of proxies that any one person can carry to two. This bill is a very measured and moderate response to the proxy harvesting abuses that have been taking place within the Republican Party over the last few years. To read this bill, click on the link:
http://www.azleg.gov/legtext/53leg/1R/bills/HB2467P.htm
We hereby encourage everyone to contact Representative Michelle Ugenti-Rita at mugenti-rita@azleg.gov and thank her for introducing this bill.
We also vehemently request that everyone contact their AZ legislators and encourage them to co-sponsor and/or support HB2467.
While it is a well documented fact that proxies do not belong in connection with any vote in any political assembly, this bill does not ban the use of proxies; it merely limits the number that may be carried by any one person to two.
There are two reasons why HB2467 does not call for a total ban on the use of proxies.

  1. It seeks to accommodate delegates who experience a last minute emergency and therefore cannot attend in person
  2. It also seeks to accommodate folks in rural areas, for whom attending one meeting in Phoenix once a year would be burdensome.

The limit of two proxies is a significant step toward discouraging the reprehensible practice of recruiting Precinct Committeemen for the sole or main purpose of providing proxies so that a handful of people can control the results of elections for party leadership.
Please give this bill your full support.

170205-1800 – AZRRT CALL TO ACTION – BILL #’S HB2083 HB2199 HB2385 SB1245 SB1247 HB2152 HB2218 HB2212 HB2339 HB2372 HB2295 HB2300 HB2001 HB2286 SB1375 SB1105 SB1431 SB1370

170205-1800 – AZRRT CALL TO ACTION 
Upcoming bill action. It is impossible for most people to respond to all of them. Simply choose those bills that are most important to you and phone or email with your “yes” or “no” opinion, depending on your wishes.

BILL #
(1)
 
SHORT TITLE AND/OR WHAT THE BILL DOES
 
WHO TO CONTACT
(2)
DATE
(3)
TIME
(3)
ROOM
(3)
VOTE
(4)
HB2083 schools; overrides; ballot language
(RUBALCAVA)
CONCEALS FACT THAT OVERRIDES ARE BUDGET INCREASES
HOUSE – EDUCATION 02/06
MON
2:00 PM HHR-1 N
HB2199 gifted pupils; funding
(CARTER)
DISCRIMINATORY: FAVORS MINORITY PUPILS OVER NON-MINORITY
HOUSE – EDUCATION 02/06
MON
2:00 PM HHR-1 N
HB2385 schools; accounting; budgeting; reporting
(BOYER)
PROMOTES TRANSPARENCY IN BUDGETING
HOUSE – EDUCATION 02/06
MON
2:00 PM HHR-1 Y
SB1245 state lands; perpetual rights-of-way.
(GRIFFIN)
SENATE – NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND WATER 02/06 MON 2:00 PM SHR-109 Y
SB1247 conservation easement; in lieu payments
(GRIFFIN)
SENATE – NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND WATER 02/06 MON 2:00 PM SHR-109 Y
HB2152 Arizona emissions bank; credits; amendments
(BOWERS)
CREDITS FOR POLLUTION REDUCTIONS TO BE USED TO OFFSET FUTURE POLLUTION
HOUSE – ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 02/07 TUE 2:00 PM HHR-3 Y
HB2218 school tax credit; capital outlay
(NORGAARD)
HOUSE – ALL MEMBERS
(THIRD READING)
02/06 MON Y
HB2212 federal financial assistance; reports
(LEACH)
HOUSE – APPROPRIATIONS 02/08 WED 2:00 PM HHR-1 Y
HB2339 presidential preference election; reimbursement
(COLEMAN)
HOUSE – APPROPRIATIONS 02/08 WED 2:00 PM HHR-1 Y
HB2372 public benefits; fee waivers; requirements
(WENINGER)
HOUSE – APPROPRIATIONS 02/08 WED 2:00 PM HHR-1 Y
HB2295 attorney regulation; assessments; membership dues
(KERN)
RIGHT TO WORK FOR ATTORNEYS
HOUSE – JUDICIARY AND PUBLIC SAFETY 02/08 WED 2:00 PM HHR-4 Y
HB2300 supreme court; regulation of attorneys
(KERN)
RIGHT TO WORK FOR ATTORNEYS
HOUSE – JUDICIARY AND PUBLIC SAFETY 02/08 WED 2:00 PM HHR-4 Y
HB2001 school district tax levy; retention
(CARTER)
HAS THE EFFECT OF FORCING BUDGET OVERRIDES IN DISTRICTS THAT DID NOT APPROVE THEM
HOUSE – WAYS AND MEANS 02/08 WED 10:00 AM HHR-1 N
HB2286 truth in taxation; increase; notice
(BARTON)
IMPROVES THE NOTICE OF PROPERTY TAX INCREASE
HOUSE – WAYS AND MEANS 02/08 WED 10:00 AM HHR-1 Y
SB1375 schools; bonds; overrides; funding sources
(MONTENEGRO)
INFORMATION PAMPHLETS: DISCLOSES TOTAL OF FUNDS ALREADY RECEIVED BY SCHOOLS
SENATE – FINANCE 02/08 WED 9:00 AM SHR-1 Y
SB1105 gifted pupils; funding.
(BROPHY-MCGEE)
DISCRIMINATORY: FAVORS MINORITY PUPILS OVER NON-MINORITY
SENATE – EDUCATION 02/09 THU 9:00 AM SHR-1 N
SB1431 empowerment scholarships; expansion; phase-in
(LESKO)
FAVORS PARENTAL SCHOOL CHOICE
SENATE – EDUCATION 02/09 THU 9:00 AM SHR-1 Y
SB1370 elections; unlawful voting; residence
(GRIFFIN)
HELPS COMBAT VOTER FRAUD
SENATE – JUDICIARY 02/09 THU 9:00 AM SHR-109 Y

 
Footnotes:
(1) For more information on any bill, click on the bill number or click on BILL SEARCH
(2) For a roster of legislators, including committee members and contact info, go to www.azpeopleslobbyist.com
(3) Applicable only when bill is scheduled for committee hearing.
(4) Indicates our recommendation. Y = favor, N = oppose. ? = no consensus or not enough information.

170202-2250 – AZRRT REPORT – HB2083 HB2210 SB1279 HCR2013 SB1174 HCR2010 HCR2006 HB2226 SB1189 HB2014 SB1242 SB1210 SB1191 HCR2002 HCR2007 HB2304 HB2320 SB1204 SB1282 HB2011 HB2017 HB2097 HB2372 HB2107 HB2108 HB2163 SB1384 SB1281 SB1314

170202-2250 – AZRRT LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITY REPORT

The following table contains the results of recent votes. Make a note of this information because it 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 and scroll down to the desired vote.

BILL # SHORT TITLE AND/OR WHAT THE BILL DOES WHERE DATE RESULT
HB2083 schools; overrides; ballot language
(RUBALCAVA)
HOUSE – EDUCATION 01/30
MON
HELD
HB2210 college readiness; assessments
(CARTER)
COLLEGES ARE PERFECTLY CAPABLE OF EVALUATING APPLICANT’S READINESS
HOUSE – EDUCATION 01/30 MON NO ACTION
SB1279 special sentencing provisions; unlawful presence
(SMITH)
SENATE – COMMERCE AND PUBLIC POLICY 01/30 MON P-5-3-0
HCR2013 convention; balanced federal budget
(MESNARD)
HOUSE – FEDERALISM, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND PUBLIC POLICY 01/31 TUE P-6-3-0
SB1174 schools; desegregation expenses; special override
(LESKO)
CITIZENS DECIDE HOW TO FUND DESEGREGATION EXPENSES
SENATE – APPROPRIATIONS 01/31 TUE P-6-4-0
HCR2010 application; Article V convention
(TOWNSEND)
HOUSE – FEDERALISM, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND PUBLIC POLICY 01/31 TUE P-6-3-0
HCR2006 Article V convention
(THORPE)
HOUSE – FEDERALISM, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND PUBLIC POLICY 01/31 TUE HELD
HB2226 compact; balanced budget; convention
(MESNARD)
HOUSE – FEDERALISM, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND PUBLIC POLICY 01/31 TUE P-6-3-0
SB1189 state budget; estimates; notice
(KAVANAGH)
SENATE – APPROPRIATIONS 01/31 TUE P-6-4-0
HB2014 legal tender exchange; tax effect
(FINCHEM)
HOUSE – WAYS AND MEANS 02/01 WED P-5-0-0
SB1242 tax information; disclosure; municipal auditors
(KAVANAGH)
SENATE – FINANCE 02/01 WED P-7-0-0
SB1210 state law; violations; political subdivisions
(SMITH)
SENATE – GOVERNMENT 02/01 WED NO ACTION
SB1191 political parties; notice; meetings
(FARLEY)
ALLOWS BOTH USPS AND EMAILS TO GIVE NOTICE OF MEETINGS
SENATE – GOVERNMENT 02/01 WED NO ACTION
HCR2002 repeal 1998 proposition 105
(UGENTI-RITA)
AFFECTS BOTH LEGISLATURE INITIATED REFERENDA AND CITIZEN INITIATED INITIATIVES
HOUSE – GOVERNMENT 02/02 THU HELD
HCR2007 proposition 105; exempt referenda
(UGENTI-RITA)
AFFECTS ONLY LEGISLATURE INITIATED REFERENDA, NOT CITIZEN INITIATED INITIATIVES
HOUSE – GOVERNMENT 02/02 THU HELD
HB2304 voter guide; publicity pamphlet; e-mail
(KERN)
E-MAIL MAY BE USED TO SAVE MONEY AND TIME
HOUSE – GOVERNMENT 02/02 THU P-6-1-0
HB2320 ballot measures; proposition 105 disclosures
(UGENTI-RITA)
DISCLOSES THE EFFECTS AND REPERCUSSIONS OF A “YES” VOTE
HOUSE – GOVERNMENT 02/02 THU HELD
SB1204 high school textbooks; review period
(GRIFFIN)
PARENTAL REVIEW OF TEXT BOOKS
SENATE – EDUCATION 02/02 THU P-7-0-0
SB1282 teachers; performance pay; evaluations
(SMITH)
DEFINES AND CLARIFIES TEACHER’S PERFORMANCE PAY
SENATE – EDUCATION 02/02 THU P-4-3-0
HB2011 bonds; levy; net of cash HOUSE – THIRD READING 02/01 WED P-35-25-0
HB2017 bonds; disclosure; notice
TRUTH IN BONDING
HOUSE – THIRD READING 02/01 WED P-31-29-0
HB2097 sovereign authority; commandeering; prohibition; exception HOUSE – THIRD READING 02/01 WED P-38-22-0
HB2372 public benefits; fee waivers; requirements HOUSE – HEALTH 02/02 THU P-9-0-0
HB2107 schools; nonresident pupils; military duty HOUSE – THIRD READING 02/02 THU P-59-0-1
HB2108 education; conforming changes HOUSE – THIRD READING 02/02 THU P-59-0-1
HB2163 schools; certification; discipline; reciprocity HOUSE – THIRD READING 02/02 THU P-59-0-1
SB1384 school-sponsored media; student journalists SENATE – EDUCATION 02/02 THU P-7-0-0
SB1281 empowerment scholarship accounts; revisions SENATE – EDUCATION 02/02 THU P-4-3-0
SB1314 schools; student data privacy SENATE – EDUCATION 02/02 THU P-5-2-0

AZRRT Action Alert SB1314 For February 2, 2017

AZRRT CALL TO ACTION For February 2, 2017

Bill action scheduled for February 2, 2017. Use “Request to Speak” function below to register your support or opposition to the bills shown below.

BILL # (1) SHORT TITLE AND/OR WHAT THE BILL DOES WHO TO CONTACT (2) DATE/TIME (3) ROOM (3) VOTE (4)
SB1314 schools; student data privacy
Does not limit the ability of an operator to use student data, including “covered information”, i.e., personally identifiable info, for adaptive learning, customized learning
SENATE – EDUCATION
CLICK HERE TO EMAIL ALL COMMITTEE MEMBERS
02/02 THU 9:00 AM HHR-1 NO



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 Footnotes:

(1) For more information on any bill, click on the bill number or click on BILL SEARCH

(2) For a roster of legislators, including committee members and contact info, go to www.azpeopleslobbyist.com

(3) Applicable only when bill is scheduled for committee hearing.

(4) Indicates our recommendation. Y = favor, N = oppose. ? = no consensus or not enough information.

170126-2117 – AZRRT LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITY REPORT

170126-2117 – AZRRT LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITY REPORT     

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The following report is on bills that we are following and that had action during the week ending Thursday, Jan. 26. (The legislature does not meet on Fridays, so the week closes on Thursday)

If there are any bills that you would like us to track and report on, just send a request to: joseb4538@gmail.com . So far there have been about 800 bills submitted. There is no way that our small staff of volunteers can evaluate all those bills, so we have to be very selective. We have to rely on you the people to let us know what is important to you. 

Make a note of this information because it 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 # and then click on “STANDING DETAILS

BILL #  

SHORT TITLE OR WHAT THE BILL DOES

 

WHERE DATE RESULTS (*)
HB2121 immigration; prohibited acts; civil action

STRENGTHENS ANTI SANCTUARY CITY LAW

HOUSE – FEDERALISM, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND PUBLIC POLICY TUE 01/24 P-6-2-0
HB2096 natural resources projects; court actions

REDUCE FRIVOLOUS LAW SUITS

HOUSE – ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES TUE 01/24 P-6-3-0
HB2117 state militia; firearms; rights

ADDRESSES WELL REGULATED MILITIA

HOUSE – FEDERALISM, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND PUBLIC POLICY TUE 01/24 P-6-0-0
HB2086 municipalities; identification cards; prohibition

CARDS ONLY FOR SERVICES, NOT FOR IDENTIFICATION

HOUSE – FEDERALISM, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND PUBLIC POLICY TUE 01/24 P-6-2-0
HB2157 private property access; rights-of-way HOUSE – FEDERALISM, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND PUBLIC POLICY TUE 01/24 P-6-1-1
HB2216 prohibited firearm tracking; classification

NO TRACKING WITHOUT A WARRANT

HOUSE – JUDICIARY AND PUBLIC SAFETY WED 01/25 P-6-3-0
SB1123 state contract lobbyists; prohibition

STATE AGENCIES CAN NOT HIRE LOBBYISTS

SENATE – GOVERNMENT WED 01/25 P-4-3-0
SB1061 universities; tuition; rates; fees

LIMIT TUITION INCREASES

SENATE – EDUCATION THU 01/26 HELD
HB2212 federal financial assistance; reports

TRUTH IN FUNDING

HOUSE – APPROPRIATIONS WED 01/25 NO ACTION

ALERT: HB2083


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The following chart contains information on HB2083.

Currently, publicity pamphlets and other literature refer to budget overrides as budget increases because that is exactly what they are. When voters vote to approve budget overrides they are voting to increase the budget above the established limit. This bill attempts to mislead voters by hiding the fact that “yes” votes mean spending more money. It does this by changing the language from “budget increase” to “locally controlled funding.” Please e-mail legislators and sign-in to register your position on the ALIS portal below.

Bill # Subject Sponsor AZRRT Rating Action
HB2083 schools; overrides; ballot language RUBALCAVA BAD CLICK HERE TO EMAIL ALL HOUSE MEMBERS

Click on the green square below and then click on “Request to Speak” to “Sign-On”  and let your opinion be known. 

HB2095, HB2097, HCR2006, HB2017, SB1021, HB2013, HB2019, HB2027 Action Alert

WHY USE “REQUEST TO SPEAK” TESTIMONY AT COMMITTEE HEARINGS:
Only communication that becomes part of the official record
Legislators can ignore phone calls and emails, but not committee testimony
This year we’ve made is easier than ever for you to use the system and let your voice be heard

The following table contains bills scheduled to be heard in committee. Please choose the bills that are most important to you, then contact everyone in the “who to contact” column via email or phone and ask them to vote yes or no, depending on your wishes.

Make sure you submit your comments via the “Request to Speak” ( ALIS / RTS ) program found below or at AZPEOPLESLOBBYIST-ALIS

BILL # SHORT TITLE
DESCRIPTION
WHO TO CONTACT ROOM DATE
TIME
VOTE
HB2095 state lands; perpetual rights-of-way House – Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources HHR-3 TUE 01/17
2:00 PM
Y
HB2097 sovereign authority; commandeering; prohibition; exception House – Federalism, Property Rights, and Public Policy HHR-4 TUE 01/17
2:00 PM
Y
HCR2006 Article V convention House – Federalism, Property Rights, and Public Policy HHR-4 TUE 01/17
2:00 PM
?
HB2017 bonds; disclosure; notice
TRUTH IN BONDING
House – Ways and Means HHR-1 WED 01/18
10:00 AM
Y
SB1021 municipal service access cards; requirements
PREVENTS USE AS ID CARDS
Senate – Government SHR-109 WED 01/18
2:00 PM
Y
HB2013 newspapers; public notices; publication
FOSTERS COMPETITION
House – Local and International Affairs HHR-5 WED 01/18
9:00 AM
Y
HB2019 community college bonds; voter approval
CITIZEN INPUT ON TAXATION SCHEME
House – Ways and Means HHR-1 WED 01/18
10:00 AM
Y
HB2027 expenditure limits; political subdivisions; PSPRS
ALLOWS BUDGET BUSTING AND TAX INCREASES
House – Government HHR-1 THU 01/19
9:00 AM
N

Click on “Sign-On” below to sign-in and let your opinion be known. 

Footnotes:

(1) For more information on any bill, click on the bill number or click on BILL SEARCH

(2) For a roster of legislators, including committee members and contact info, go to www.azpeopleslobbyist.com

(3) Applicable only when bill is scheduled for committee hearing.

(4) Indicates our recommendation. Y = favor, N = oppose. ? = no consensus or not enough information.

 

AZRRT – EDUCATION BILL – SPECIAL REQUEST – HB2119


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If you thought that we had licked the problem of some schools in AZ fomenting hatred toward a specific race, think again.

The same folks that gave us the Mexican Studies in Pima County are back stronger than ever.

Rep. Thorpe of Flagstaff has stepped forward and introduced bill HB2120 aimed at stopping this very destructive and despicable behavior.
As could be expected, the reaction of the leftist, racist malcontents has been swift and brutal. They are extremely well organized and have flooded our legislators with emails and phone calls blasting Mr. Thorpe and demanding that HB2120 be scrapped.

The Daily Caller reported on the bill, to learn more click here.

HB2119 educational institutions; state law violations THORPE GOOD CLICK HERE TO EMAIL ALL HOUSE MEMBERS

There is also a petition circulating in support of this bill. Click here to sign it!

Alert: HB2096, HB2117, HB2089, HB2119, HB2120, HB2124


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The following chart contains the bills we are tracking, including the legislators that introduced them and our opinion. Please e-mail legislators and give your opinion on the bills, which, as usual, may agree or disagree with ours.

Bill # Subject Sponsor AZRRT Rating Action
HB2096 natural resources projects; court actions THORPE GOOD CLICK HERE TO EMAIL ALL HOUSE MEMBERS
HB2117 state militia; firearms; rights THORPE GOOD CLICK HERE TO EMAIL ALL HOUSE MEMBERS
HB2089 student fees; political purposes; prohibition THORPE GOOD CLICK HERE TO EMAIL ALL HOUSE MEMBERS
HB2119 educational institutions; state law violations THORPE GOOD CLICK HERE TO EMAIL ALL HOUSE MEMBERS
HB2120 education; prohibited courses and activities THORPE GOOD CLICK HERE TO EMAIL ALL HOUSE MEMBERS
HB2124 minimum wage; employee benefits; preemption THORPE GOOD CLICK HERE TO EMAIL ALL HOUSE MEMBERS