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
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.
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. If bill is in committee, use “Request to Speak” at
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
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
170126-2117 – AZRRT LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITY REPORT Facebook www.facebook.com/azrrt Website www.azpeopleslobbyist.com Twitter www.twitter.com/azrrt1 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
Follow us on Twitter ___ ___ Like us on Facebook 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.
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
Follow us on Twitter ___ ___ Like us on Facebook 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
Follow us on Twitter ___ ___ Like us on Facebook 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