Online Training Sessions for Testifying at the AZ Legislature

Our legislators need to hear from everyday Arizonans who care deeply how proposed laws affect them in their communities. Legislators usually hear from lobbyists, so people who take the trouble to trek to the Capitol for a committee meeting can get their attention. This training will cover all the basics, from how committees work to […]

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Online Training Sessions for Testifying at the AZ Legislature

Our legislators need to hear from everyday Arizonans who care deeply how proposed laws affect them in their communities. Legislators usually hear from lobbyists, so people who take the trouble to trek to the Capitol for a committee meeting can get their attention. This training will cover all the basics, from how committees work to […]

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Online Training Sessions for Testifying at the AZ Legislature

Our legislators need to hear from everyday Arizonans who care deeply how proposed laws affect them in their communities. Legislators usually hear from lobbyists, so people who take the trouble to trek to the Capitol for a committee meeting can get their attention. This training will cover all the basics, from how committees work to […]

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Online Training Sessions for Testifying at the AZ Legislature

Our legislators need to hear from everyday Arizonans who care deeply how proposed laws affect them in their communities. Legislators usually hear from lobbyists, so people who take the trouble to trek to the Capitol for a committee meeting can get their attention. This training will cover all the basics, from how committees work to […]

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2021 AZ Legislative Session Summary

The First General Session of Arizona’s 55th Legislature is OVER – for now – these same awful Legislators will get another chance in the Second General Session that begins in January 2022. Here’s a summary of what this Legislature actually did: Some GOOD: Allowing excused student absences for mental health reasons – SB 1097 – […]

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Action Alert: Urgent in AZ House

The Arizona House is back in session and bills are flying fast. Please RTS on these ASAP: SCR 1003 – OPPOSE – Would increase the exemption from property tax of property used for agriculture, trade or business from $185,000 to $1 Million.  This would be a tax cut and cost the general fund about $1.5 […]

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Action Alert: Say “No” to SCR 1018

Update May 19 am: The Committee hearing on this bill was canceled. It is still available for RTS comment and we urge you to register your opposition through RTS or email. **This bill is up in the Arizona House Elections Committee on May 19. Take action now to protect the voting power of rural Arizona.** […]

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Action Alert: State Officials – Do Your Job!

The Arizona Legislature adjourned in March with a plan to return yesterday (April 14). Now there is no definite date of return. Meanwhile, the State is struggling. There is a Rainy Day Fund with over $1 Billion available. So far in this tsunami, the legislature has tapped only $55 million and allocated all of that […]

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