LEGISLATIVE REPORT

AZRRT HOW THEY VOTED REPORT – IMPORTANT OR CONTROVERSIAL BILLS – 2020 SESSION

  © Jose Borrajero   LAST UPDATED 01/15/2020

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(*) To see exactly how every legislator voted, click on the bill number – short title, to access the azleg bill summary page. 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

FINAL DISPOSITION COMMENTS
SB1036 – empowerment scholarships; third-party administrator; repeal Senate Education 01/14/2020 ALLEN, S – Removes the requirement that the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) contract with a third-party administrator to manage Empowerment Scholarship Accounts (ESAs)

What is wrong with a private firm handling administration?

P-9-0-0    
SB1082 – sex education; schools Senate Education 01/14/2020 ALLEN, S – Modifies requirements and prohibitions relating to sex education instruction including approval of curricula and parental notification and permission. Prohibits sex education instruction for pupils in kindergarten through grade 6. REMOVED FROM AGENDA    
SB1044 – veterans’ services; benefits counselors; appropriation Senate Transportation and Public Safety 01/15/2020 LIVINGSTON – Much needed veteran’s assistance outside of Maricopa County      
SB1099 – tax deed land sales; proceeds Senate Finance 01/15/2020 MESNARD – After all the government agencies are paid their due, the balance goes back to the property owner      
SB1100 – STO report; DOR; posting deadline Senate Finance 01/15/2020 MESNARD – Transparency in the operation of STO’s (school tuition organizations)      
SB1061-Schools; Parental rights; Posting

 

Senate Education 01/14/2020 ALLEN, S – Directs the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) to post a statutory handbook of parental rights on its website and requires schools to provide a link on their websites. P-9-0-0    
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