Arizona Legislature Week Thirteen Update 4-9-2023

Arizona Legislature – Week Twelve Update, 4-1-2023

INTRODUCTION

The Governor or Ringmaster or Czar has already taken over the Center Ring.  Read the attachment and you’ll understand.

For a second, let’s talk about why none of the Democrat Bills are ever written about.  Out of the 1,630 total Bills introduced into both Chambers, only about 645 Bills have been introduced by the Democrats (370 in the House and 275 in the Senate).  Only a handful were ever had a First Read and placed into Committees, and only a portion of those ever made it to a 2nd Read.

I have listed in Blue on the attached Legislative Update, only the Democrat Bills I thought were egregious enough to mention, i.e. pro-abortion Bills, anti-Election Bills and a couple on state sovereignty.  To that end, none of the Dem Bills made it to a Hearing, so it was not necessary to list Bills that were not moving.

With that in mind, take a look at what has happened this past week in the Legislature and at the Czar’s office.

BILLS VETOED

The Czar continues to veto all Bills of interest.  If there is a Republican sponsor and no bipartisan support for the Bill, consider the Bill dead

The Czar or Ringmaster of this circus has vetoed SB1600.  She said she was going to veto it and she kept her promise.  Wait until you see the letter that was sent to the Senate with her lame excuse for vetoing this Bill.

Up to this posting date (4/8), the Czar has vetoed 37 Bills.  She is on target to reaching Governor Napolitano who set a record in 2005 for vetoing 58 Bills.  Presently, the Czar is in 2nd Place already surpassing Governor Brewer, who vetoed 29.

BILLS SENT TO THE GOVERNOR WAITING FOR PENDING DECISION

There has been over 99 Bills transmitted to the Czar’s office, with a whopping 37 this past week!  Some of them are listed below as having been vetoed or signed, but most remain on her desk awaiting a decision.

BILLS VETOED BY THE GOVERNOR THIS WEEK

This past week along THE Governor vetoed 17 Bills, with 8 Bills in one day.  They are listed below:

  1. SB1162        home-based businesses; restrictions; prohibition VETOED     4/4
  2. HB2427        domestic violence; pregnant victim; sentencing VETOED       4/3
  3. HB2440 electric energy; power companies; priorities     VETOED       4/3
  1. HB2056        dry washes; permit program exemption           VETOED       4/3
  2. HB2437        transmission lines; applications; exceptions      VETOED       4/5
  3. HB2472        social credit; use; prohibition                          VETOED       4/3
  4. HB2477        electoral college; support                                VETOED       4/5
  5. HB2535        private property; wells; regulation; prohibition VETOED       4/5
  6. HB2586        ADOT dynamic message signs                         VETOED       4/5
  7. HB2322        active-early voting lists; removed                     VETOED       4/6
  8. SB1600        infants; born alive; requirements                     VETOED       4/6
  9. SB1009               criminal damage; monuments; memorials; statues       VETOED       4/5
  10. SB1074        election; contest; technical correction              VETOED       4/6
  11. SB1253        sex offender registration; school notification     VETOED       4/6
  12. SB1257        water resources; assistant director                  VETOED       4/6
  13. SB1428        political subdivisions; gun shows; preemption   VETOED       4/6
  14. HB2415        active early voting lists; removal                      VETOED       4/6

BILLS SIGNED INTO LAW BY THE GOVERNOR THIS WEEK

  1. SB1172        fire district bonding; limitation               SIGNED                 4/4
  2. SB1270        open meetings; capacity                       SIGNED                 4/6
  3. HB2168        Good Samaritan; medical assistance       SIGNED                 4/6
  4. HB2199        cosmetology instructors                        SIGNED                 4/5
  5. HB2214        session law; font color                          SIGNED                 4/6
  6. HB2223        liquor; licensing; processes; procedures  SIGNED                 4/6
  7. HB2293        liquor; purchase; identification              SIGNED                  4/6
  8. HB2496        transmission lines; definition                 SIGNED                  4/5
  9. HB2525        barbering; cosmetology; salons; unlicensed employees;  SIGNED              4/5
  10. HB2550        eyelash technicians; registration            SIGNED                  4/3

CITIZEN LEGISLATOR

The Czar or Ringmaster has been strategically working to destroy the great State of Arizona since January.  This circus performance has brought her a lot of media attention, which by most intelligent people would not necessarily want.  But this Ringmaster is different.  She l-o-v-e-s the limelight and it’s gaining her tons of popularity…negative, that is.  Hitler was like that too…

Anyway, read the attachment, it fits her to a T.  THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH 040723 FINAL

HOW TO CONTACT YOUR LEGISLATOR

The RTS (Request to Speak) system is a necessary component to our legislative process.  This is an excellent way to share your positions on a particular Bill and let your legislator know that you support his/her legislation.  Please review this site and make sure you know how to use it properly.  The legislators depend a lot on your opinions and this is where you share them.

The link to sign up for the RTS system can be found here:  https://www.azleg.gov/alispdfs/Using_the_Request_to_Speak_Program.pdf

GENERAL INFORMATION

 Once again, as a gentle reminder to all of the people who just joined these updates, this is how to read the attachments.  All the Bills listed on the attachments are mostly ALL the Republican Introduced Bills.  2023 AZ STATE LEGISLATIVE BILLS AND ACTIONS 040823 VERSION

The Bills highlighted in Green are the GOP Bills I monitor on a daily basis.  The Bills highlighted in Blue are Democratic Bills I thought were necessary to follow.  The Bills highlighted in Gray, are ones introduced by LD2 legislators, Senator Kaiser and Representative Wilmeth.

And, the Bills highlighted with yellow in the status and date columns, are noted for your review to see their progression in the legislative process.  All Bills are up to date through 4//23.

Remember, each Bill Number listed is a link to the Bill itself and you can access the status, documents and Agenda’s by clicking onto the link.  Even though I monitor and keep track of the Bills daily, I only send out Updates on the weekends.  So, if you want daily updates on any Bill, just click onto the Bill Number, and go to Overview or Status, for real-time information.

As always, if there are Bills that I am not specifically monitoring, PLEASE let me know and I will add them to my list for you.

By Line: Linda Brickman,

Chairman of LD2 Legislative Committee

Email:  Luvbug1611@cox.net

Cell:  602-330-9422

SESSION STATISTICS

 Days of Session: 90

Bills Posted: 1630

Bills Transmitted to the Governor: 99

Bills Vetoed: 37

Bills Signed: 26

Resolutions Posted: 98

Resolutions Sent to the SOS: 17

  1. HCR2001     school district expenditures; authorizations
  2. HCR2027     Russell Pearce; death resolution
  3. HCR2033     primary elections; eligible candidates
  4. HCR2044     Assyrian Genocide; recognition
  5. HCR2045     Jack Jackson, Sr.; death resolution
  6. HCR2047     twentieth anniversary; death; Lori Piestewa
  7. HCR2048     Joe Hart; death resolution
  8. HR2002       securing America’s lands; foreign interference
  9. SCR1006     death benefit; assault; first responders
  10. SCR1020     James Henderson; death resolution
  11. SR1004       Mel Hannah; death resolution
  12. SCR1037        presidential electors; constitutional appointments

(NOW; elections; systems; equipment)

  1. HCM2002    federal lands; housing shortage
  2. HCM2003    technical correction; urging continued independence

(NOW; critical minerals; copper; urging inclusion)

  1. HCM2004    urging Congress; national forest health
  2. HCM2007    state immigration enforcement; urging Congress
  3. HCR2037     Assyrian New Year; recognizing

Bills Vetoed:  37

  1. SB1184        Municipal tax exemption; residential leases      VETOED       2/23
  2. SB1248        Scope of practice; process; repeal                   VETOED       3/3
  3. Senate Budget Bills SB1523 through SB1535 (13 Bills)          VETOED       2/16
  4. SB1305        race; ethnicity; prohibited instruction [CRT Bill] VETOED       3/9
  5. SB1063        food municipal tax; exemption                        VETOED       3/28
  6. SB1096        firearms; contracts; prohibited practices           VETOED       3/28
  7. SB1024              public rights-of-way; unlawful acts                   VETOED       3/30
  8. SB1250        employers; vaccines; religious exemption         VETOED       3/30
  9. HB2056        dry washes; permit program exemption           VETOED       4/3
  10. HB2427 domestic violence; pregnant victim; sentencing VETOED     4/3
  11. HB2440        electric energy; power companies; priorities VETOED  4/3
  12. HB2472        social credit; use; prohibition                VETOED       4/3
  13. HB2322        active-early voting lists; removed           VETOED       4/6
  14. HB2437        transmission lines; applications; exceptions VETOED   4/5
  15. HB2477              electoral college; support                                     VETOED       4/5
  16. HB2535        private property; wells; regulation; prohibition     VETOED          4/5
  17. HB2586        ADOT dynamic message signs               VETOED       4/5
  18. SB1162        home-based businesses; restrictions; prohibition VETOED  4/4
  19. SB1600        infants; born alive; requirements            VETOED       4/6
  20. SB1009               criminal damage; monuments; memorials; statues VETOED    4/5
  21. SB1074        election; contest; technical correction     VETOED       4/6
  22. SB1253        sex offender registration; school notification VETOED        4/6
  23. SB1257        water resources; assistant director         VETOED       4/6
  24. SB1428        political subdivisions; gun shows; preemption     VETOED       4/6
  25. HB2415        active early voting lists; removal            VETOED       4/6

Bills Signed:  26

  1. SB1103          administrative review; approvals; developments         SIGNED

3/3              CHAPTER 1             House Engrossed

  1. SB1171           conformity; internal revenue code                             SIGNED

3/3              CHAPTER 2             Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1036          setting aside conviction; certificate eligibility     SIGNED        3/28

CHAPTER 3             Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1051          census adjustment; population threshold          SIGNED        3/28

CHAPTER 4             Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1078          podiatric medical assistants; radiation; exemption       SIGNED

3/28             CHAPTER 5             Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1173          public retirement systems; plan election           SIGNED        3/28

CHAPTER 6             Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1190           technical correction; collection agencies; licenses        SIGNED

3/28             CHAPTER 7             Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1211           county attorney; representation; duties            SIGNED        3/28

CHAPTER 8             Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1218          naturopathic physicians medical board             SIGNED        3/28

CHAPTER 9             Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1283          dental board; annual report; website               SIGNED        3/28

CHAPTER 10           Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1473          corrections act of 2023                                  SIGNED        3/28

CHAPTER 11           Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1130          deferred payments; prohibition                       SIGNED        3/29

CHAPTER 12           Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1049          homeowners’ associations; Betsy Ross Flag      SIGNED        3/30

CHAPTER 13           Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1230          tax exemptions; affidavit                                SIGNED        3/30

CHAPTER 14           Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1584          small school districts; substitute teachers         SIGNED        3/30

CHAPTER 15           Senate Engrossed

  1. HB2381         mobile homes; recreational vehicles; fund        SIGNED        3/30

CHAPTER 16           Senate Engrossed

  1. HB2624         AHCCCS; redeterminations; appropriation        SIGNED        3/30

CHAPTER 17 EMER  Senate Engrossed

  1. SB1172          fire district bonding; limitation                        SIGNED        4/4
  2. SB1270           open meetings; capacity                                 SIGNED        4/6
  3. HB2168         Good Samaritan; medical assistance                SIGNED        4/6
  4. HB2214         session law; font color                                   SIGNED        4/6
  5. HB2223         liquor; licensing; processes; procedures            SIGNED        4/6
  6. HB2293        liquor; purchase; identification                         SIGNED        4/6
  7. HB2496        transmission lines; definition                            SIGNED        4/5
  8. HB2525        barbering; cosmetology; salons; unlicensed employees;          SIGNED       4/5
  9. HB2550        eyelash technicians; registration                       SIGNED        4/3

 

 

 

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