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AZRepublic: “Voucher shenanigans afoot? Blame the Legislature, not Kathy Hoffman” Phoenix – For several weeks in a lead up to the new school year, Rep. Finchem has claimed that the Department of Education is intentionally ‘slow walking’ ESA applications – without regard to the fact that the legislature has underfunded the department. The republican-run legislature Read more about RELEASE: Legislative Republicans Attempt to Use the Department of Education as a Scapegoat[…]
A few things you may have missed amongst the headlines… Eighteen Democratic bills were heard this week, with 15 passing out of committee! Sen. Peshlakai SB1266: Diné college; appropriation Sen. Navarrete SB1373: appropriation; Maricopa community college district Rep. Espinoza HCM200: deported veterans; medical treatment Sen. Contreras SB1474: POW/MIA flag; display Sen. Bowie SB1191: students; community college grants Sen. Alston SB1391: kinship foster care stipend Rep. Teller HB2456: appropriation; state Read more about 2/15 A few things you may have missed this week…[…]
Release: “When it comes to bills that reflect rural Arizona…just because I’m a Democrat don’t ignore them. These are Arizonans too!” “Only Four bills with Democrats as the Primary Sponsor have been Heard this Session” PHOENIX, AZ – Last Thursday, Rep. Teller of LD 7 took to the House floor to urge the Republican caucus Read more about FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: “Just because I’m a Democrat don’t ignore them. These are Arizonans too!”[…]
A few things you may have missed amongst the headlines… Farnsworth: In a heated Judiciary committee meeting, over yet another Ugenti-Rita voter suppression bill, LD 12 Senator Eddie Farnsworth became enraged by the strong opposition from the public. A government high school teacher came to the Senate committee meeting Thursday morning to voice his earnest opposition Read more about 2/8 A few things you may have missed this week…[…]
Here’s your weekly legislative wrap for the week, focusing on a few things you may have missed. Sylvia Allen Meltdown: During the Senate government committee LD 6 State Sen. Allen, went on a tirade against Rep. Victoria Steele for mentioned the atrocities against migrants and indigenous people in the southwest during the time of Manifest Destiny. Allen spoke before Read more about 2/1: A few things you may have missed this week…[…]
PHOENIX, AZ – Freshman Senator Paul Boyer is making a name for himself as the leading anti-vaccine proponent of the Arizona Legislature. This session Sen. Boyer has introduced and sponsored two anti-vaccine bills, SB1114 and SB1115, which stem from junk science not supported by any credible health organization. “At a time when we are seeing Read more about FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Senator pushes anti-vaxxer bill amid national health crisis[…]
RELEASE: “Arizona DLCC Statement regarding Child Pornography Charges Against Rep. David Stringer in 1983”
PHOENIX, AZ – This morning the Phoenix New Times reported that in 1983, LD 1 Rep. David Stringer was charged with multiple accounts of child pornography in his home town of Baltimore, Maryland. “We are sickened to learn of these charges against Rep. Stringer. His egregious behavior as a representative has brought shame to the Read more about RELEASE: “Arizona DLCC Statement regarding Child Pornography Charges Against Rep. David Stringer in 1983”[…]
PHOENIX, AZ – This morning the Arizona Senate Judiciary Committee passed two bills that will limit voter participation; SB 1046 and SB 1072. Both of these bills have already received widespread criticism for their blatant attempt to hinder voters by implementing confusing and unnecessary burdens. This legislative session is shaping up to be a battle Read more about RELEASE: “Senate Judiciary Committee Passes Bills to Suppress the Vote[…]
The ADLCC is proud to welcome Representative Diego Espinoza (LD 19), Senator-Elect Lela Alston (LD 24) and Representative-Elect Raquel Teran (LD 30) to the ADLCC board. This brings the ADLCC executive board to 9 members: 3 Senators, 3 Reps, 1 at-large seat, 1 former legislator and the Executive Director. ADLCC Executive Director Charlie Fisher released Read more about The ADLCC Announces Newly Elected Board Members[…]
PHOENIX, AZ – The ADLCC released the following statement regarding the 2018 mid-term election: “The Arizona Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee (ADLCC) is incredibly proud of all of our Democratic legislative candidates who worked for months to engage voters on the issues that truly matter to Arizonans. All told, ADLCC helped to recruit and support Read more about ADLCC – Post Election Memo[…]