NO new surprises from the Veto Queen’s Quarters (The Tramp).
The Veto Queen has no limits on how many ways she can destroy our State.
Education, Election Integrity, firearms, children, safety and state sovereignty, food, and women’s safety. This tramp really does not know how to govern a state that will protect its citizenry.
On May 19th, the Tramp vetoed 14 more Bills bringing her total to 103 vetoes this session! With the signing of 4 more Bills bringing that total to 155. This leaves 8 more Bills on her desk awaiting a decision.
Here are her 14 vetoes:
HB2617, Carrying of Firearms; Constables – Veto Letter
HB2539, School Choice; Failing Schools; Notice – Veto Letter
HB2309, Law Enforcement; Sovereign Authority – Veto Letter
HB2757, Court of Appeals; Retention Election – Veto Letter
HB2502, Child Support; Date of Pregnancy – Veto Letter
HB2530, Substance Exposure; Pregnant Women; Neglect – Veto Letter
HB2469, Sovereign Authority; Border; Health Crisis – Veto Letter
HB2545, Public Health Emergency; Sovereignty; Limitations – Veto Letter
HB2416, Electronic Applications; Government Employees; Prohibition
– Veto Letter
HB2094, Mobile Food Vendor; Operation; Rules – Veto Letter
HB2254, Rulemaking; Regulatory Costs; Legislative Ratification – Veto Letter
HB2305, Ballots; Signature Verification; Observers – Veto Letter
HB2308, Secretary of State; Election; Recusal – Veto Letter
HB2377, Public Officers; Lobbying; Prohibition – Veto Letter
Here also are the 4 Bills she has signed:
HB2010, Banking; Licensing; Fees; Insurer Reporting
HB2482, Sexual Assault Kits; Victim Notification
HB2169, Child Sex Doll; Exploitation
HB2516, Child Abuse; Investigations; Forensic Interview
Here are the 8 Bills left on her desk waiting for a decision in the next 24 hours:
SB1157, Hospitals; discharge planning; patient assessments
SB1186, Foster care; children; parents; rights
SB1333, Database health professionals; license revocations
HB2108, Unemployment; requirements; disqualifications; shared work
HB2441, Standpipe service; continuation; emergency
HB2478, Aggravated assault; law enforcement employees
HB2560, Images; voter lists; records; contest
HB2826, Health boards; AHCCCS; continuation
Stay posted for the next update!
Remember, as of now, the Legislature does not meet again until June 12th, UNLESS they are asked to reconvene.
Director of Legislative Affairs for MCRC and LD2