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54th Legislature - 1st Regular Session, 2019 Sunday, Mar 24 2019 10:50 PM
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Posted Calendars and Committee Hearings
H2080: CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION; APPLICATION; PROCEDURES
 
H2424: UNDESIGNATED FELONY; MISDEMEANOR DESIGNATION
 
H2480: SETTING ASIDE JUDGMENT; FELONY OFFENSE
 
H2547: PUBLIC LANDS; MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT; COMMITTEE
 
H2596: PUBLIC LAND MANAGEMENT; SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY
 
H2671: LAW ENFORCEMENT INTEGRITY DATABASE; APPEAL
 
HCM2002: URGING ERADICATION; SALT CEDARS; WATERWAYS
 
S1141: DISTRACTED DRIVING
 
S1367: RECONSTRUCTION CONTRACTING; LOCAL TAX; EXEMPTION
 
S1440: WATERCRAFT; AUDIBLE SOUND DEVICES
 
S1444: STATE LAKE IMPROVEMENT FUND; COUNTIES
 
S1450: NONNATIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION; GRANTS
 
S1482: STATE AGENCIES; FEE INCREASE; LIMIT
 
S1520: LIVESTOCK; DEFINITION; FERAL GOATS
 


Bill Summaries
H2037: TECHNICAL REGISTRATION BOARD; ENDORSEMENT REGISTRATION

The Board of Technical Registration is required to grant registration or certification by endorsement to an applicant for a Board-regulated profession or occupation if the applicant meets a list of required qualification, including holding a valid registration or certification in good standing that is issued by another state with substantially equivalent or greater requirements and demonstrating active practice as a professional registrant or certificate holder in the profession for at least five years in that state.

First sponsor: Rep. Kavanagh (R - Dist 23)


 
H2037 Daily History  Date Action
TECHNICAL REGISTRATION BOARD; ENDORSEMENT REGISTRATION 3/12 from Senate rules okay.
TECHNICAL REGISTRATION BOARD; ENDORSEMENT REGISTRATION 3/11 to Senate consent calendar.
TECHNICAL REGISTRATION BOARD; ENDORSEMENT REGISTRATION 3/7 from Senate com do pass.
TECHNICAL REGISTRATION BOARD; ENDORSEMENT REGISTRATION 2/25 referred to Senate com.
TECHNICAL REGISTRATION BOARD; ENDORSEMENT REGISTRATION 2/11 House COW approved. Passed House 57-3; ready for Senate.
TECHNICAL REGISTRATION BOARD; ENDORSEMENT REGISTRATION 2/5 stricken from House consent calendar by Powers Hanley.
TECHNICAL REGISTRATION BOARD; ENDORSEMENT REGISTRATION 2/4 from House rules okay. To House consent calendar.
TECHNICAL REGISTRATION BOARD; ENDORSEMENT REGISTRATION 1/28 from House reg affairs do pass.
TECHNICAL REGISTRATION BOARD; ENDORSEMENT REGISTRATION 1/17 referred to House reg affairs.
H2080: CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION; APPLICATION; PROCEDURES

Statutes governing the restoration of civil rights after felony convictions are repealed and replaced. At the time of sentencing, the court is required to inform a person in writing of the person's right to the restoration of civil rights. On "final discharge" (defined) and without filing an application, any person who has not previously been convicted of a felony offense must automatically be restored any civil rights that were lost or suspended as a result of the conviction, other than a person's right to possess a firearm, if the person pays any victim restitution imposed. No sooner than two years from the date of the person's final discharge, a person who has previously been convicted of a felony or who has not paid any victim restitution that was imposed is permitted to apply to the superior court to have the person's civil rights restored at the discretion of the judicial officer. The application process is specified. A person who is convicted of a dangerous offense, serious offense or a violent or aggravated offense is prohibited from filing for the restoration of the right to possess or carry a firearm. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. J. Allen (R - Dist 15)


 
H2080 Daily History  Date Action
CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION; APPLICATION; PROCEDURES 2/25 referred to Senate jud.
CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION; APPLICATION; PROCEDURES 2/14 House COW approved with floor amend #4214, a substitute for amend 4027. Passed House 60-0; ready for Senate.
CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION; APPLICATION; PROCEDURES 2/12 stricken from House COW consent calendar by J Allen.
CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION; APPLICATION; PROCEDURES 2/11 from House rules okay. To House COW consent calendar.
CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION; APPLICATION; PROCEDURES 1/30 from House jud with amend #4027.
CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION; APPLICATION; PROCEDURES 1/30 House jud amended; report awaited.
CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION; APPLICATION; PROCEDURES 1/28 referred to House jud.
H2131: STATE AGENCIES; CITIZEN PORTAL; ACCESS

Each "state agency" (defined) that collects personal information from any person is required to establish a citizen portal, which must be a secure online website that allows a person to access the person's personal information that the state agency collects and to correct any error in the person's personal information.

First sponsor: Rep. Thorpe (R - Dist 6)


 
H2131 Daily History  Date Action
STATE AGENCIES; CITIZEN PORTAL; ACCESS 3/19 from Senate gov with amend #4802.
STATE AGENCIES; CITIZEN PORTAL; ACCESS 3/18 Senate gov amended; report awaited.
STATE AGENCIES; CITIZEN PORTAL; ACCESS 2/28 referred to Senate gov.
STATE AGENCIES; CITIZEN PORTAL; ACCESS 2/26 House COW approved. Passed House 33-26; ready for Senate.
STATE AGENCIES; CITIZEN PORTAL; ACCESS 2/21 stricken from House consent calendar by Bolding.
STATE AGENCIES; CITIZEN PORTAL; ACCESS 2/21 from House rules okay.
STATE AGENCIES; CITIZEN PORTAL; ACCESS 2/20 to House consent calendar.
STATE AGENCIES; CITIZEN PORTAL; ACCESS 2/6 from House tech do pass.
STATE AGENCIES; CITIZEN PORTAL; ACCESS 1/28 referred to House tech.
H2146: CONTRACTS; LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS; WAIVER; APPLICABILITY

In a contract between two or more private parties, the parties are authorized to agree to waive any state, county or municipal laws relating to licensure, certification, registration or other authorization to act for the purposes of the contract if a list of specified conditions applies. Some exceptions, including for health professions, any regulated practice of law, licensed engineers or architects, and real estate professionals. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Rivero (R - Dist 21)


 
H2146 Daily History  Date Action
CONTRACTS; LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS; WAIVER; APPLICABILITY 3/21 from Senate jud do pass.
CONTRACTS; LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS; WAIVER; APPLICABILITY 3/7 referred to Senate jud.
CONTRACTS; LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS; WAIVER; APPLICABILITY 2/26 passed House 32-28; ready for Senate.
CONTRACTS; LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS; WAIVER; APPLICABILITY 2/26 House COW approved with amend #4242; amend #4146 was withdrawn.
CONTRACTS; LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS; WAIVER; APPLICABILITY 2/21 from House rules okay.
CONTRACTS; LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS; WAIVER; APPLICABILITY 2/18 from House reg affairs with amend #4242.
CONTRACTS; LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS; WAIVER; APPLICABILITY 2/18 House reg affairs amended; report awaited.
CONTRACTS; LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS; WAIVER; APPLICABILITY 2/13 from House com with amend #4146.
CONTRACTS; LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS; WAIVER; APPLICABILITY 2/12 House com amended; report awaited.
CONTRACTS; LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS; WAIVER; APPLICABILITY 2/5 House com held.
CONTRACTS; LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS; WAIVER; APPLICABILITY 1/28 referred to House com, reg affairs.
H2182: PERMIT; LICENSE; DENIALS; AGENCY HEARING

In any case in which a license or permit is required before a person engages in any constitutionally protected activity, a municipality, county or agency is required to specify in clear and unambiguous language the criteria for approval of a license or permit unless the criteria are established by federal law. A court of competent jurisdiction is required to determine whether the language is clear and unambiguous. The appropriate agency is required to approve or deny the license or permit application within 30 days after the application is submitted unless another period of time is specified by law. A hearing in a contested case may be conducted in an informal manner if the parties agree to an informal hearing, if the agency is authorized by statute to use an informal hearing, if there is no disputed issue of material fact, or if the disputed issue of material fact involves $1,000 or less. If a party objects to an informal hearing, the presiding officer is required to resolve the objection on the basis of the pleadings. The presiding officer may deny the use of an informal hearing or may require a formal hearing after an informal hearing is commenced if s/he determines that cross-examination is necessary. In an informal hearing, the presiding officer regulates the course of the hearing and may limit or prohibit specified aspects of the hearing. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Grantham (R - Dist 12)


 
H2182 Daily History  Date Action
PERMIT; LICENSE; DENIALS; AGENCY HEARING 3/19 from Senate gov do pass.
PERMIT; LICENSE; DENIALS; AGENCY HEARING 3/18 Senate gov do pass; report awaited.
PERMIT; LICENSE; DENIALS; AGENCY HEARING 2/25 referred to Senate gov.
PERMIT; LICENSE; DENIALS; AGENCY HEARING 2/14 House COW approved with floor amend #4218, a substitute for amend 4055. Passed House 31-29; ready for Senate.
PERMIT; LICENSE; DENIALS; AGENCY HEARING 2/11 from House rules okay.
PERMIT; LICENSE; DENIALS; AGENCY HEARING 2/5 from House reg affairs with amend #4055.
PERMIT; LICENSE; DENIALS; AGENCY HEARING 2/4 House reg affairs amended; report awaited.
PERMIT; LICENSE; DENIALS; AGENCY HEARING 1/28 House reg affairs held.
PERMIT; LICENSE; DENIALS; AGENCY HEARING 1/24 referred to House reg affairs.
H2191: CRIMINAL JUSTICE RECORDS; PROHIBITED USES

A "mugshot website operator" that publishes a "subject individual's" "criminal justice record" for a "commercial purpose" (all defined) on a publicly accessible website is deemed to be transacting business in Arizona. A mugshot website operator is prohibited from using criminal justice records or information contained in those records for the purpose of soliciting business for pecuniary gain, including requiring the payment of a fee or other valuable consideration in exchange for removing or revising criminal justice records that have been published on a website or other publication. An individual whose criminal justice record is published in violation and who suffers a pecuniary loss or is otherwise adversely affected as a result of the violation has a cause of action again the person responsible for the violation and may recover damages. Minimum amounts of damages for violations are specified. Does not apply to any act performed for the purpose of disseminating news to the public, or to activities by a licensed attorney, private investigator or registered process server that are associated with purposes relating to a current or anticipated criminal or civil proceeding. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Payne (R - Dist 21)


 
H2191 Daily History  Date Action
CRIMINAL JUSTICE RECORDS; PROHIBITED USES 3/12 from Senate rules okay.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE RECORDS; PROHIBITED USES 3/11 to Senate consent calendar.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE RECORDS; PROHIBITED USES 3/6 from Senate trans-pub safety do pass.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE RECORDS; PROHIBITED USES 2/27 referred to Senate trans-pub safety.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE RECORDS; PROHIBITED USES 2/25 House COW approved with amend #4156. Passed House 60-0; ready for Senate.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE RECORDS; PROHIBITED USES 2/18 to House COW consent calendar. From House rules okay.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE RECORDS; PROHIBITED USES 2/13 from House pub safety with amend #4156.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE RECORDS; PROHIBITED USES 2/13 House pub safety amended; report awaited.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE RECORDS; PROHIBITED USES 1/30 House pub safety held.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE RECORDS; PROHIBITED USES 1/24 referred to House pub safety.
H2271: PUBLIC LANDS DAY; HOLIDAY

The first Saturday in April of each year shall be observed as Public Lands Day. Public Lands Day is not a legal holiday.

First sponsor: Rep. Dunn (R - Dist 13)
Others: Rep. Osborne (R - Dist 13), Sen. Pratt (R - Dist 8), Rep. Teller (D - Dist 7), Rep. Thorpe (R - Dist 6)


 
H2271 Daily History  Date Action
PUBLIC LANDS DAY; HOLIDAY 3/12 from Senate rules okay.
PUBLIC LANDS DAY; HOLIDAY 3/11 to Senate consent calendar.
PUBLIC LANDS DAY; HOLIDAY 3/7 from Senate nat res-energy do pass.
PUBLIC LANDS DAY; HOLIDAY 3/6 Senate nat res-energy do pass; report awaited.
PUBLIC LANDS DAY; HOLIDAY 2/25 referred to Senate nat res-energy.
PUBLIC LANDS DAY; HOLIDAY 2/14 passed House 60-0; ready for Senate.
PUBLIC LANDS DAY; HOLIDAY 2/11 from House rules okay. To House consent calendar.
PUBLIC LANDS DAY; HOLIDAY 1/31 from House land-agri do pass.
PUBLIC LANDS DAY; HOLIDAY 1/24 referred to House land-agri.
H2272: G&F; RESIDENT; DEFINITION

For the purpose of game and fish regulations, the definition of "resident" is expanded to include a youth who resides with and is under the guardianship of a person who is a resident.

First sponsor: Rep. Dunn (R - Dist 13)
Others: Sen. Pratt (R - Dist 8), Rep. Teller (D - Dist 7)


 
H2272 Daily History  Date Action
G&F; RESIDENT; DEFINITION 3/12 from Senate rules okay.
G&F; RESIDENT; DEFINITION 3/11 to Senate consent calendar.
G&F; RESIDENT; DEFINITION 3/7 from Senate nat res-energy do pass.
G&F; RESIDENT; DEFINITION 3/6 Senate nat res-energy do pass; report awaited.
G&F; RESIDENT; DEFINITION 2/25 referred to Senate nat res-energy.
G&F; RESIDENT; DEFINITION 2/14 passed House 59-1; ready for Senate.
G&F; RESIDENT; DEFINITION 2/11 from House rules okay. To House consent calendar.
G&F; RESIDENT; DEFINITION 1/31 from House land-agri do pass.
G&F; RESIDENT; DEFINITION 1/28 referred to House land-agri.
H2311: INCORRECT ARREST; RECORD CLEARANCE

If a law enforcement officer, party in a criminal case or court has grounds to believe that a person might have been wrongfully arrested, indicted or otherwise charged for a crime, the officer, party or court is required to notify the person of the right to file a petition for entry on all records of a notation that the person has been cleared. The clerk of the court is prohibited from imposing a fee for filing the petition. A person whose record is cleared is authorized to deny that the arrest, indictment or charges ever occurred. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Chavez (D - Dist 29)
Others: Rep. Andrade (D - Dist 29), Rep. Bolding (D - Dist 27), Rep. Bowers (R - Dist 25), Rep. Epstein (D - Dist 18), Rep. Espinoza (D - Dist 19), Rep. Gabaldon (D - Dist 2), Sen. Gonzales (D - Dist 3), Rep. A. Hernandez (D - Dist 3), Rep. D. Hernandez (D - Dist 2), Rep. Lawrence (R - Dist 23), Rep. Sierra (D - Dist 19), Rep. Teller (D - Dist 7)


 
H2311 Daily History  Date Action
INCORRECT ARREST; RECORD CLEARANCE 3/5 referred to Senate jud.
INCORRECT ARREST; RECORD CLEARANCE 3/4 passed House 59-0; ready for Senate.
INCORRECT ARREST; RECORD CLEARANCE 2/28 House COW approved with amend #4307.
INCORRECT ARREST; RECORD CLEARANCE 2/21 from House jud with amend #4307. From House rules okay.
INCORRECT ARREST; RECORD CLEARANCE 2/20 House jud amended; report awaited.
INCORRECT ARREST; RECORD CLEARANCE 2/13 House jud held.
INCORRECT ARREST; RECORD CLEARANCE 1/30 referred to House jud.
H2328: APPROP; PEACE OFFICER TRAINING EQUIPMENT

Appropriates $2.18 from the Peace Officer Training Equipment Fund in FY2019-20 to the Department of Public Safety to purchase virtual firing ranges, virtual training simulators and software for specified entities. Establishes requirements for the virtual firing ranges and virtual training simulators.

First sponsor: Rep. Payne (R - Dist 21)
Others: Rep. Espinoza (D - Dist 19), Sen. Gowan (R - Dist 14), Rep. Toma (R - Dist 22), Rep. Weninger (R - Dist 17)


 
H2328 Daily History  Date Action
APPROP; PEACE OFFICER TRAINING EQUIPMENT 3/6 House COW approved with floor amend #4661, a substitute for amend 4157. FAILED to pass House 14-46.
APPROP; PEACE OFFICER TRAINING EQUIPMENT 3/4 from House rules okay.
APPROP; PEACE OFFICER TRAINING EQUIPMENT 2/21 withdrawn from House appro.
APPROP; PEACE OFFICER TRAINING EQUIPMENT 2/13 from House pub safety with amend #4157.
APPROP; PEACE OFFICER TRAINING EQUIPMENT 2/13 House pub safety amended; report awaited.
APPROP; PEACE OFFICER TRAINING EQUIPMENT 1/29 referred to House pub safety, appro.
H2422: PUBLIC RETIREMENT SYSTEMS

Numerous changes relating to public retirement systems. The Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS) Board is required to establish a deferred compensation plan in which a PSPRS member may voluntarily participate, and plan provisions are specified. An active member of the Elected Officials' Defined Contribution Retirement System (EODCRS) or Public Safety Personnel Defined Contribution Retirement Plan (PSPDCRP) who volunteers or is ordered to perform military service is permitted to receive years of service for up to 60 months of military service as provided by federal law. The member's employer is required to make employer contributions and the member is required to make member contributions. Provides a process for paying contributions and crediting service. For deaths occurring from and after January 1, 2014 for the EODCRS or from and after July 1, 2017 for the PSPDCRP, in the case of a member who dies while performing qualified military service, the survivors of the member are entitled to any benefits, other than benefit accruals relating to the period of qualified military service, provided under the EODCRS or PSPDCRP as though the member resumed and then terminated employment on account of death. The provisions relating to defined contribution retirement plans are retroactive to the dates these death benefits are valid. Credited service provisions for military service members of the Arizona State Retirement System and PSPRS are extended to a member who served in any military reserve unit of any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces.

First sponsor: Rep. Blackman (R - Dist 6)


 
H2422 Daily History  Date Action
PUBLIC RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 3/20 Senate COW approved. Passed Senate 29-0; ready for governor.
PUBLIC RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 3/19 from Senate rules okay.
PUBLIC RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 3/14 from Senate fin do pass.
PUBLIC RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 3/4 referred to Senate fin.
PUBLIC RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 2/27 passed House 59-0; ready for Senate.
PUBLIC RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 2/18 to House consent calendar. From House rules okay.
PUBLIC RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 2/7 from House gov do pass.
PUBLIC RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 2/7 House gov do pass; report awaited.
PUBLIC RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 1/30 referred to House gov.
H2424: UNDESIGNATED FELONY; MISDEMEANOR DESIGNATION

An undesignated felony offense must be treated as a misdemeanor until the court enters an order designating it a misdemeanor or felony, instead of being required to be treated as a felony until the court enters an order designating it a misdemeanor. On agreement of the person and the state, the offense must be treated as a felony for all purposes until the court enters an order designating the offense a misdemeanor or felony. Before final designation by the court, the person or the state is permitted to petition the court to designate the offense either a misdemeanor or felony. On the person's "successful" (defined) fulfillment of the conditions of probation and discharge by the court, the court is required to designate an undesignated offense a misdemeanor and to convert all outstanding monetary obligations to a criminal restitution order. Does not apply to a person who owes victim restitution or who wilfully fails to pay a monetary obligation ordered by the court. For the purposes of sentencing and imprisonment and restitution and fines, an undesignated offense that is treated as a misdemeanor is required to be treated as a class 1 misdemeanor. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Weninger (R - Dist 17)
Others: Sen. Alston (D - Dist 24), Rep. Blackman (R - Dist 6), Rep. Cobb (R - Dist 5), Rep. Engel (D - Dist 10), Rep. Espinoza (D - Dist 19), Rep. Finchem (R - Dist 11), Rep. D. Hernandez (D - Dist 2), Rep. Jermaine (D - Dist 18), Rep. Toma (R - Dist 22)


 
H2424 Daily History  Date Action
UNDESIGNATED FELONY; MISDEMEANOR DESIGNATION 3/4 referred to Senate jud.
UNDESIGNATED FELONY; MISDEMEANOR DESIGNATION 2/28 passed House 60-0; ready for Senate.
UNDESIGNATED FELONY; MISDEMEANOR DESIGNATION 2/27 House COW approved with amend #4180 and floor amend #4471.
UNDESIGNATED FELONY; MISDEMEANOR DESIGNATION 2/21 from House rules okay.
UNDESIGNATED FELONY; MISDEMEANOR DESIGNATION 2/13 from House jud with amend #4180.
UNDESIGNATED FELONY; MISDEMEANOR DESIGNATION 2/13 House jud amended; report awaited.
UNDESIGNATED FELONY; MISDEMEANOR DESIGNATION 2/7 referred to House jud.
H2432: BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE

Requires all state agencies to contribute a pro rata share of the overall cost of banking services provided by the State Treasurer's Office. The pro rata share is an 0.1 percent of the total payroll of the state agency. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Cobb (R - Dist 5)
Others: Sen. Alston (D - Dist 24), Rep. Biasiucci (R - Dist 5), Rep. Kern (R - Dist 20)


 
H2432 Daily History  Date Action
BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE 3/19 from Senate gov with amend #4800.
BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE 3/18 Senate gov amended; report awaited.
BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE 3/5 referred to Senate gov.
BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE 3/4 passed House 49-10; ready for Senate.
BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE 2/27 House COW approved with amend #4102.
BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE 2/19 stricken from House COW consent calendar by Jermaine.
BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE 2/18 to House COW consent calendar. From House rules okay.
BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE 2/14 from House appro do pass.
BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE 2/13 House appro do pass; report awaited.
BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE 2/7 from House gov with amend #4102.
BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE 2/7 House gov amended; report awaited.
BANKING SERVICES; PRO RATA SHARE 1/30 referred to House gov, appro.
H2433: G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL

Deletes the definition of "trophy" from game and fish statutes. The civil penalty for the unlawful taking, wounding or possessing a trophy animal applies only to bighorn ship and bison, and animals that were previously defined as trophy due to antler size are grouped with their species for the purpose of the civil penalties. does not relieve or affect the liability of a person who has been assessed a civil penalty for illegally taking, wounding, killing or possessing a trophy animal under statute as in effect before the effective date of this legislation. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Cobb (R - Dist 5)
Others: Sen. Borrelli (R - Dist 5)


 
H2433 Daily History  Date Action
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 3/12 from Senate rules okay.
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 3/11 to Senate consent calendar.
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 3/7 from Senate nat res-energy do pass.
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 3/6 Senate nat res-energy do pass; report awaited.
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 2/27 referred to Senate nat res-energy.
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 2/25 passed House 44-16; ready for Senate.
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 2/25 House COW approved with amend #4149.
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 2/18 from House rules okay.
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 2/13 from House nat res-energy-water with amend #4149.
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 2/12 House nat res-energy-water amended; report awaited.
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 2/7 House land-agri do pass; report awaited.
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 2/7 from House land-agri do pass.
G&F; TROPHY DEFINITION; REPEAL 1/30 referred to House land-agri, nat res-energy-water.
H2477: ADJUDICATION STATUTES; UNCONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS; REPEAL

Repeals and deletes various provisions of statute relating to water rights.

First sponsor: Rep. Bowers (R - Dist 25)


 
H2477 Daily History  Date Action
ADJUDICATION STATUTES; UNCONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS; REPEAL 3/19 from Senate rules okay.
ADJUDICATION STATUTES; UNCONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS; REPEAL 3/14 from Senate water-agri do pass.
ADJUDICATION STATUTES; UNCONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS; REPEAL 3/4 referred to Senate water-agri.
ADJUDICATION STATUTES; UNCONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS; REPEAL 2/27 passed House 59-0; ready for Senate.
ADJUDICATION STATUTES; UNCONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS; REPEAL 2/21 from House rules okay.
ADJUDICATION STATUTES; UNCONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS; REPEAL 2/20 to House consent calendar.
ADJUDICATION STATUTES; UNCONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS; REPEAL 2/20 from House nat res-energy-water do pass.
ADJUDICATION STATUTES; UNCONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS; REPEAL 2/19 House nat res-energy-water do pass; report awaited.
ADJUDICATION STATUTES; UNCONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS; REPEAL 2/13 referred to House nat res-energy-water.
H2480: SETTING ASIDE JUDGMENT; FELONY OFFENSE

Misdemeanor offenses in which the victim is a minor under 15 years of age are no longer ineligible to have the judgment of guilt set aside on fulfillment of the conditions of probation or sentence and discharge by the court.

First sponsor: Rep. Bowers (R - Dist 25)


 
H2480 Daily History  Date Action
SETTING ASIDE JUDGMENT; FELONY OFFENSE 2/25 referred to Senate jud.
SETTING ASIDE JUDGMENT; FELONY OFFENSE 2/14 passed House 60-0; ready for Senate.
SETTING ASIDE JUDGMENT; FELONY OFFENSE 2/11 from House rules okay. To House consent calendar.
SETTING ASIDE JUDGMENT; FELONY OFFENSE 2/6 from House jud do pass.
SETTING ASIDE JUDGMENT; FELONY OFFENSE 1/28 referred to House jud.
H2547: PUBLIC LANDS; MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT; COMMITTEE

Establishes the Arizona Department of Public Land Management to provide for public land management by the state. The Governor is required to appoint a Director of the Dept, and powers and duties of the Director and of the Dept are listed. The Dept is required to manage each parcel of public land in Arizona to promote a list of specified uses. The Director is authorized to establish by rule applications and fees for permits and leases related to public land uses, and monies are deposited in the newly established Public Land Management Fund. The Dept terminates on July 1, 2026. Also establishes an 8-member Joint Legislative Committee on Public Land Management to study and make recommendations on the management of public land by the state. The Committee is required to report to specified Legislative committees by November 30 of each year, and self-repeals July 1, 2027. Conditionally enacted on the Governor entering into a memorandum of understanding with the U.S. Department of the Interior relating to the management of public land by Arizona, on or before December 31, 2023. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Finchem (R - Dist 11)
Others: Rep. J. Allen (R - Dist 15), Sen. S. Allen (R - Dist 6), Rep. Barto (R - Dist 15), Rep. Biasiucci (R - Dist 5), Rep. Blackman (R - Dist 6), Rep. Bolick (R - Dist 20), Sen. Borrelli (R - Dist 5), Rep. Campbell (R - Dist 1), Rep. Carroll (R - Dist 22), Rep. Cobb (R - Dist 5), Rep. Dunn (R - Dist 13), Sen. D. Farnsworth (R - Dist 16), Rep. Fillmore (R - Dist 16), Sen. Gowan (R - Dist 14), Rep. Grantham (R - Dist 12), Rep. Griffin (R - Dist 14), Rep. Kavanagh (R - Dist 23), Rep. Kern (R - Dist 20), Sen. Kerr (R - Dist 13), Rep. Lawrence (R - Dist 23), Sen. Leach (R - Dist 11), Sen. Livingston (R - Dist 22), Rep. Osborne (R - Dist 13), Rep. Payne (R - Dist 21), Rep. Petersen (R - Dist 12), Rep. Roberts (R - Dist 11), Rep. Shope (R - Dist 8), Rep. Thorpe (R - Dist 6), Rep. Toma (R - Dist 22), Rep. Weninger (R - Dist 17)


 
H2547 Daily History  Date Action
PUBLIC LANDS; MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT; COMMITTEE 2/27 referred to Senate nat res-energy.
PUBLIC LANDS; MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT; COMMITTEE 2/25 passed House 31-29; ready for Senate.
PUBLIC LANDS; MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT; COMMITTEE 2/25 House COW approved with floor amend #4377.
PUBLIC LANDS; MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT; COMMITTEE 2/12 stricken from House consent calendar by Blanc.
PUBLIC LANDS; MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT; COMMITTEE 2/11 from House rules okay. To House consent calendar.
PUBLIC LANDS; MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT; COMMITTEE 2/6 from House fed-rel do pass.
PUBLIC LANDS; MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT; COMMITTEE 2/6 House fed-rel do pass; report awaited.
PUBLIC LANDS; MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT; COMMITTEE 1/30 referred to House fed-rel.
H2580: GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION

Establishes the Nonnative Vegetative Invasive Species Eradication Fund and appropriates $5 million from the general fund in each of FY2019-20 and FY2020-21 to the Fund for grants for nonnative vegetative invasive species eradication projects. The Department of Forestry and Fire Management is required to provide grants to other state agencies, municipalities, counties, Indian tribes and other political subdivisions for nonnative vegetative invasive species eradication projects that meet specified requirements, and to establish application procedures for grants. The Dept is required to submit a semiannual report on the Fund to the Governor and the Legislature. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Osborne (R - Dist 13)
Others: Rep. Dunn (R - Dist 13), Sen. Kerr (R - Dist 13), Rep. Peten (D - Dist 4)


 
H2580 Daily History  Date Action
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 3/20 from Senate appro with amend #4809.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 3/19 Senate appro amended; report awaited.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 3/4 referred to Senate appro.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/28 passed House 60-0; ready for Senate.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/27 House COW approved with amend #4321; amend 4150 was withdrawn.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/26 from House rules okay.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/21 from House appro with amend #4321.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/20 House appro amended; report awaited.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/13 from House nat res-energy-water with amend #4150.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/12 House nat res-energy-water amended; report awaited.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/5 referred to House nat res-energy-water, appro.
H2596: PUBLIC LAND MANAGEMENT; SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY

A public entity is not liable for acts and omissions of its employees relating to the performance of all management and administrative functions that are assigned or delegated to Arizona by the U.S. and that relate to managing public land pursuant to an agreement with the U.S. Department of the Interior or another federal agency.

First sponsor: Rep. Finchem (R - Dist 11)
Others: Sen. Borrelli (R - Dist 5)


 
H2596 Daily History  Date Action
PUBLIC LAND MANAGEMENT; SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY 3/4 referred to Senate jud.
PUBLIC LAND MANAGEMENT; SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY 2/28 passed House 31-29; ready for Senate.
PUBLIC LAND MANAGEMENT; SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY 2/18 to House consent calendar. From House rules okay.
PUBLIC LAND MANAGEMENT; SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY 2/13 from House fed-rel do pass.
PUBLIC LAND MANAGEMENT; SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY 2/7 referred to House fed-rel.
H2606: SHARE THE ROAD SPECIAL PLATES

The Department of Transportation is required to issue share the road special license plates if a person pays $32,000 in start-up costs by December 31, 2019. Of the $25 annual fee, $8 is an administrative fee and $17 is an annual donation to be deposited in the newly established Share the Road Special Plate Fund, to be administered by the Dept. The Dept is required to allocate 50 percent of monies from the Fund to a charitable organization headquartered in Arizona that promotes cycling safety and 50 percent of monies from the Fund to a charitable organization headquartered in Arizona that loans bicycles to persons registered in a charity cycling event that cannot purchase a bicycle. Also increases the maximum number of dealer license plates that the Dept may issue to a new motor vehicle dealer to 150 plates, from 30 plates plus 1 additional plate for every 50 motor vehicles sold in the previous license year. Effective October 1, 2019. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Shope (R - Dist 8)


 
H2606 Daily History  Date Action
SHARE THE ROAD SPECIAL PLATES 3/19 from Senate rules okay.
SHARE THE ROAD SPECIAL PLATES 3/13 from Senate trans-pub safety do pass.
SHARE THE ROAD SPECIAL PLATES 3/13 Senate trans-pub safety do pass; report awaited.
SHARE THE ROAD SPECIAL PLATES 3/4 referred to Senate trans-pub safety.
SHARE THE ROAD SPECIAL PLATES 2/28 passed House 31-29; ready for Senate.
SHARE THE ROAD SPECIAL PLATES 2/27 House COW approved with amend #4319 and floor amend #4483.
SHARE THE ROAD SPECIAL PLATES 2/26 from House rules okay.
SHARE THE ROAD SPECIAL PLATES 2/21 from House trans with amend #4319.
SHARE THE ROAD SPECIAL PLATES 2/20 House trans amended; report awaited.
SHARE THE ROAD SPECIAL PLATES 2/12 referred to House trans.
H2608: DAM SAFETY STUDY COMMITTEE

Establishes a 7-member Dam Safety Study Committee to collect information on the status of dams in Arizona with respect to their safety, age and need for maintenance. The Committee is required to submit a report of its findings to the Governor and the Legislature by December 31, 2019, and self-repeals July 1, 2020. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Griffin (R - Dist 14)


 
H2608 Daily History  Date Action
DAM SAFETY STUDY COMMITTEE 3/18 from Senate water-agri with amend #4786.
DAM SAFETY STUDY COMMITTEE 3/14 Senate water-agri amended; report awaited.
DAM SAFETY STUDY COMMITTEE 3/7 referred to Senate water-agri.
DAM SAFETY STUDY COMMITTEE 3/6 House COW approved with amend #4269 and floor amend #4668. Passed House 37-23; ready for Senate.
DAM SAFETY STUDY COMMITTEE 3/4 from House rules okay.
DAM SAFETY STUDY COMMITTEE 2/20 from House nat res-energy-water with amend #4269.
DAM SAFETY STUDY COMMITTEE 2/19 House nat res-energy-water amended; report awaited.
DAM SAFETY STUDY COMMITTEE 2/12 referred to House nat res-energy-water.
H2617: RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; VALUATION

For property tax purposes, the reduced valuation of renewable energy equipment of 20 percent of the depreciated cost of the equipment is expanded to include renewable energy storage equipment, which is presumed to store energy that is generated by solar, wind or other nonpetroleum renewable sources in order to support those sources of energy. The exemption from the retail classification of transaction privilege and use taxes for equipment used in producing electrical power is expanded to include equipment used in storing electrical power. County or municipal renewable energy incentive districts are expanded to include renewable energy storage equipment

First sponsor: Rep. Cobb (R - Dist 5)
Others: Rep. Dunn (R - Dist 13)


 
H2617 Daily History  Date Action
RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; VALUATION 3/18 from Senate fin with amend #4784.
RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; VALUATION 3/13 Senate fin amended; report awaited.
RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; VALUATION 3/6 referred to Senate fin.
RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; VALUATION 3/4 passed House 48-10; ready for Senate.
RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; VALUATION 2/28 House COW approved.
RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; VALUATION 2/26 retained on House COW calendar.
RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; VALUATION 2/26 from House rules okay.
RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; VALUATION 2/21 from House appro do pass.
RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; VALUATION 2/20 House appro do pass; report awaited.
RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; VALUATION 2/18 withdrawn from House ways-means.
RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; VALUATION 2/12 referred to House ways-means, appro.
H2671: LAW ENFORCEMENT INTEGRITY DATABASE; APPEAL

A law enforcement officer's name cannot be placed into a "law enforcement integrity database" (defined) in Arizona unless the agency that manages the database provides written notice to the officer at least seven days in advance as practicable before the agency places the officer's name in the database. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Kavanagh (R - Dist 23)


 
H2671 Daily History  Date Action
LAW ENFORCEMENT INTEGRITY DATABASE; APPEAL 3/21 referred to Senate com.
LAW ENFORCEMENT INTEGRITY DATABASE; APPEAL 3/4 passed House 59-0; ready for Senate.
LAW ENFORCEMENT INTEGRITY DATABASE; APPEAL 2/26 House COW approved with floor amend #4436.
LAW ENFORCEMENT INTEGRITY DATABASE; APPEAL 2/26 from House rules okay.
LAW ENFORCEMENT INTEGRITY DATABASE; APPEAL 2/25 from House appro do pass.
LAW ENFORCEMENT INTEGRITY DATABASE; APPEAL 2/18 referred to House appro.
H2701: STATE PARKS; LOTTERY; HERITAGE FUND

Of the monies remaining in the State Lottery Fund each fiscal year after statutory appropriations and deposits and after the $10 million deposit in the Game and Fish Commission Heritage Fund, $10 million must be deposited in the Arizona State Parks Board (ASPB) Heritage Fund established by this legislation. The ASPB is required to spend monies in the ASPB Heritage Fund for specified purposes in specified percentages. The ASPB is required to submit an annual report to the Legislature by December 31 of each year that includes specified information on Fund expenditures. The Auditor General is required to conduct a performance audit of the Fund at the same time any agency performance audit of the ASPB is conducted.

First sponsor: Rep. Osborne (R - Dist 13)
Others: Rep. Cano (D - Dist 3), Rep. Cobb (R - Dist 5), Rep. Cook (R - Dist 8), Rep. Dunn (R - Dist 13), Rep. Fernandez (D - Dist 4), Rep. Kavanagh (R - Dist 23), Sen. Kerr (R - Dist 13), Rep. Toma (R - Dist 22)


 
H2701 Daily History  Date Action
STATE PARKS; LOTTERY; HERITAGE FUND 3/7 referred to Senate rules only.
STATE PARKS; LOTTERY; HERITAGE FUND 3/6 House COW approved. Passed House 53-7; ready for Senate.
STATE PARKS; LOTTERY; HERITAGE FUND 3/4 from House rules okay.
STATE PARKS; LOTTERY; HERITAGE FUND 2/25 from House appro do pass.
STATE PARKS; LOTTERY; HERITAGE FUND 2/20 from House nat res-energy-water do pass.
STATE PARKS; LOTTERY; HERITAGE FUND 2/19 House nat res-energy-water do pass; report awaited.
STATE PARKS; LOTTERY; HERITAGE FUND 2/13 referred to House nat res-energy-water, appro.
HCM2002: URGING ERADICATION; SALT CEDARS; WATERWAYS

The Legislature urges the U.S. Congress to appropriate monies to Arizona to eradicate salt cedars from Arizona waterways, and urges the U.S. Department of the Interior and the U.S. Department of Agriculture to develop innovative solutions to control the proliferation of salt cedars. The Secretary of State is directed to transmit copies of this memorial to the President of the U.S., the President of the U.S. Senate, the Speaker of the U.S. House, the Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior, the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and each member of Congress from Arizona.

First sponsor: Rep. Griffin (R - Dist 14)


 
HCM2002 Daily History  Date Action
URGING ERADICATION; SALT CEDARS; WATERWAYS 3/19 from Senate rules okay.
URGING ERADICATION; SALT CEDARS; WATERWAYS 3/14 from Senate water-agri do pass.
URGING ERADICATION; SALT CEDARS; WATERWAYS 3/4 referred to Senate water-agri.
URGING ERADICATION; SALT CEDARS; WATERWAYS 2/28 passed House 42-18; ready for Senate.
URGING ERADICATION; SALT CEDARS; WATERWAYS 2/18 to House consent calendar. From House rules okay.
URGING ERADICATION; SALT CEDARS; WATERWAYS 2/13 from House nat res-energy-water do pass.
URGING ERADICATION; SALT CEDARS; WATERWAYS 2/12 House nat res-energy-water do pass; report awaited.
URGING ERADICATION; SALT CEDARS; WATERWAYS 2/5 referred to House nat res-energy-water.
HCM2005: NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION; OPPOSITION

The Legislature urges the U.S. Congress to decline to designate the Great Bend of the Gila River and the surrounding areas as a national monument. The Secretary of State is directed to transmit copies of this memorial to the President of the U.S., the President of the U.S. Senate, the Speaker of the U.S. House, each member of Congress from Arizona, the Secretary of the Interior and the Governor.

First sponsor: Rep. Griffin (R - Dist 14)


 
HCM2005 Daily History  Date Action
NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION; OPPOSITION 3/12 from Senate rules okay.
NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION; OPPOSITION 3/11 to Senate consent calendar.
NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION; OPPOSITION 3/7 from Senate nat res-energy do pass.
NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION; OPPOSITION 3/6 Senate nat res-energy do pass; report awaited.
NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION; OPPOSITION 2/25 referred to Senate nat res-energy.
NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION; OPPOSITION 2/14 passed House 31-29; ready for Senate.
NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION; OPPOSITION 2/14 House COW approved.
NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION; OPPOSITION 2/11 from House rules okay.
NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION; OPPOSITION 2/5 from House nat res-energy-water do pass.
NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION; OPPOSITION 2/5 House nat res-energy-water do pass; report awaited.
NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION; OPPOSITION 1/30 referred to House nat res-energy-water.
HCM2007: ADMINISTRATIVELY RECOMMENDED WILDERNESS; URGING CONGRESS

The Legislature urges the U.S. Congress to act to prohibit federal agencies from recommending and identifying Arizona's public lands as wilderness areas without express congressional consent and state and local consent. The Secretary of State is directed to transmit copies of this memorial to the President of the U.S. Senate, the Speaker of the U.S. House and each member of Congress from Arizona.

First sponsor: Rep. Griffin (R - Dist 14)


 
HCM2007 Daily History  Date Action
ADMINISTRATIVELY RECOMMENDED WILDERNESS; URGING CONGRESS 3/19 from Senate rules okay.
ADMINISTRATIVELY RECOMMENDED WILDERNESS; URGING CONGRESS 3/14 from Senate nat res-energy do pass.
ADMINISTRATIVELY RECOMMENDED WILDERNESS; URGING CONGRESS 2/28 referred to Senate nat res-energy.
ADMINISTRATIVELY RECOMMENDED WILDERNESS; URGING CONGRESS 2/26 House COW approved. Passed House 31-28; ready for Senate.
ADMINISTRATIVELY RECOMMENDED WILDERNESS; URGING CONGRESS 2/21 stricken from House consent calendar by Salman.
ADMINISTRATIVELY RECOMMENDED WILDERNESS; URGING CONGRESS 2/21 from House rules okay.
ADMINISTRATIVELY RECOMMENDED WILDERNESS; URGING CONGRESS 2/20 to House consent calendar.
ADMINISTRATIVELY RECOMMENDED WILDERNESS; URGING CONGRESS 2/20 from House nat res-energy-water do pass.
ADMINISTRATIVELY RECOMMENDED WILDERNESS; URGING CONGRESS 2/19 House nat res-energy-water do pass; report awaited.
ADMINISTRATIVELY RECOMMENDED WILDERNESS; URGING CONGRESS 2/13 referred to House nat res-energy-water.
HCR2019: SUPPORT; WATER AND FOREST MANAGEMENT (SUPPORTING PROPER FOREST MANAGEMENT)

The members of the Legislature continue the tradition of leadership and support for appropriate water management practices and policies that protect property and water rights and that provide for the continued safety and prosperity of the State of Arizona, and express their support of a reasonable and prudent multiple-use forest management policy to improve our nation's forest health. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Griffin (R - Dist 14)


 
HCR2019 Daily History  Date Action
SUPPORT; WATER AND FOREST MANAGEMENT 3/19 from Senate rules okay.
SUPPORT; WATER AND FOREST MANAGEMENT 3/14 from Senate water-agri do pass.
SUPPORT; WATER AND FOREST MANAGEMENT 3/6 referred to Senate water-agri.
SUPPORT; WATER AND FOREST MANAGEMENT 3/4 passed House 32-27; ready for Senate.
SUPPORT; WATER AND FOREST MANAGEMENT 2/27 House COW approved with amend #4274. NOTE SHORT TITLE CHANGE.
SUPPORTING PROPER FOREST MANAGEMENT 2/21 from House rules okay.
SUPPORTING PROPER FOREST MANAGEMENT 2/20 from House nat res-energy-water with amend #4274.
SUPPORTING PROPER FOREST MANAGEMENT 2/19 House nat res-energy-water amended; report awaited.
SUPPORTING PROPER FOREST MANAGEMENT 2/5 referred to House nat res-energy-water.
HR2001: GRAND CANYON PARK; 100TH ANNIVERSARY

The members of the House of Representatives recognize the 100th anniversary of Grand Canyon National Park as an occasion to celebrate its incredible impact on Arizona and to inspire future generations to experience and protect the Park. AS SENT TO SECRETARY OF STATE.

First sponsor: Rep. Shope (R - Dist 8)
Others: Rep. J. Allen (R - Dist 15), Rep. Biasiucci (R - Dist 5), Rep. Bolick (R - Dist 20), Rep. Cano (D - Dist 3), Rep. Chavez (D - Dist 29), Rep. Cobb (R - Dist 5), Rep. Dunn (R - Dist 13), Rep. Friese (D - Dist 9), Rep. D. Hernandez (D - Dist 2), Rep. Lawrence (R - Dist 23), Rep. Lieberman (D - Dist 28), Rep. Osborne (R - Dist 13), Rep. Pawlik (D - Dist 17), Rep. Petersen (R - Dist 12), Rep. Roberts (R - Dist 11), Rep. Stringer (R - Dist 1), Rep. Teller (D - Dist 7), Rep. Udall (R - Dist 25)


 
HR2001 Daily History  Date Action
GRAND CANYON PARK; 100TH ANNIVERSARY 2/26 unanimously adopted by the House; to secretary of state.
S1010: ASRS; WAITING PERIOD; REPEAL

Statute requiring any state employee initially hired on or after July 20, 2011 to wait until the 27th week of employment to become a member of the Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) or the ASRS Long-Term Disability Program is repealed.

First sponsor: Sen. Livingston (R - Dist 22)


 
S1010 Daily History  Date Action
ASRS; WAITING PERIOD; REPEAL 3/7 from House gov do pass.
ASRS; WAITING PERIOD; REPEAL 2/26 referred to House gov.
ASRS; WAITING PERIOD; REPEAL 2/4 passed Senate 30-0; ready for House.
ASRS; WAITING PERIOD; REPEAL 1/29 to Senate consent calendar. From Senate rules okay.
ASRS; WAITING PERIOD; REPEAL 1/17 from Senate fin do pass.
ASRS; WAITING PERIOD; REPEAL 1/16 Senate fin do pass; report awaited.
ASRS; WAITING PERIOD; REPEAL 1/14 referred to Senate fin.
S1141: DISTRACTED DRIVING

A person is prohibited from driving a motor vehicle while distracted. A person commits distracted driving if, while driving a motor vehicle, the person engages in any activity that is not related to the actual driving of the vehicle in a manner that visibly interferes with safely driving the vehicle, and drives the vehicle in a manner that is an immediate hazard to a person or property or does not exercise reasonable control of the vehicle as necessary to avoid colliding with any object, person, vehicle or other conveyance on, entering or adjacent to the highway. AS PASSED SENATE.

First sponsor: Sen. Mesnard (R - Dist 17)


 

General Comments (all lists):

ACLU Amendment adopted on floor

S1141 Daily History  Date Action
DISTRACTED DRIVING 3/14 referred to House trans.
DISTRACTED DRIVING 3/11 Senate COW approved with amend #4293 and floor amend #4726. Passed Senate 16-13; ready for House.
DISTRACTED DRIVING 3/7 retained on Senate COW calendar.
DISTRACTED DRIVING 3/4 retained on Senate COW calendar.
DISTRACTED DRIVING 2/26 from Senate rules okay.
DISTRACTED DRIVING 2/21 from Senate trans-pub safety with amend #4293.
DISTRACTED DRIVING 2/20 Senate trans-pub safety amended; report awaited.
DISTRACTED DRIVING 1/31 referred to Senate trans-pub safety.
S1146: PSPRS; EORP; CORP; MODIFICATIONS

Various changes to statutes governing the Elected Officials Retirement Plan (EORP), the Corrections Officer Retirement Plan (CORP), and the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS). Retroactive to July 20, 2011, an active elected official who became a member of EORP before January 1, 2012, or an active member who became a member of PSPRS or CORP before January 1, 2012, is permitted to redeem any amount of eligible prior service without having to have accrued any minimum amount of credited service in the plan. Retroactive to July 1, 2017, for PSPRS or CORP members enrolled before July 1, 2017, the discount rate is the assumed rate of return that is prescribed by the PSPRS Board. By June 30, 2019, the PSPRS Board is authorized to choose to require interest to be paid on monies returned to members of a retirement plan or system under the jurisdiction of the board for the period of time between the transaction until a date to be determined by the PSPRS Board, but not later than the effective date of this legislation. Emergency clause.

First sponsor: Sen. Livingston (R - Dist 22)


 
S1146 Daily History  Date Action
PSPRS; EORP; CORP; MODIFICATIONS 3/18 from House rules okay. To House consent calendar.
PSPRS; EORP; CORP; MODIFICATIONS 3/7 from House gov do pass.
PSPRS; EORP; CORP; MODIFICATIONS 2/26 referred to House gov.
PSPRS; EORP; CORP; MODIFICATIONS 2/7 passed Senate 30-0; ready for House.
PSPRS; EORP; CORP; MODIFICATIONS 2/4 to Senate consent calendar. From Senate rules okay.
PSPRS; EORP; CORP; MODIFICATIONS 1/31 from Senate fin do pass.
PSPRS; EORP; CORP; MODIFICATIONS 1/30 Senate fin do pass; report awaited.
PSPRS; EORP; CORP; MODIFICATIONS 1/23 referred to Senate fin.
S1232: ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS; REVIEW; ANTICOMPETITIVE ACTIONS

If a licensing authority rejects or modifies the decision of the administrative law judge (ALJ) in an appealable agency action or contested case, within 30 days, a separate independent hearing must be held to determine whether the decision or action of the licensing authority is unreasonably anticompetitive and furthers a clearly articulated state policy to displace competition in the regulated market. The ALJ who participated in the agency action or contested case hearing is prohibited from being assigned to conduct the separate hearing. The ALJ who conducts the separate hearing is required to issue a written decision to approve, reject or modify the decision or action of the licensing authority.

First sponsor: Sen. D. Farnsworth (R - Dist 16)


 

General Comments (all lists):

Licensing Authority persuant to title 32, as introduced

S1232 Daily History  Date Action
ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS; REVIEW; ANTICOMPETITIVE ACTIONS 3/5 referred to House gov, reg affairs.
ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS; REVIEW; ANTICOMPETITIVE ACTIONS 2/14 passed Senate 30-0; ready for House.
ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS; REVIEW; ANTICOMPETITIVE ACTIONS 2/11 to Senate consent calendar. 2/12 from Senate rules okay.
ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS; REVIEW; ANTICOMPETITIVE ACTIONS 2/5 from Senate gov do pass.
ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS; REVIEW; ANTICOMPETITIVE ACTIONS 2/4 Senate gov do pass; report awaited.
ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS; REVIEW; ANTICOMPETITIVE ACTIONS 1/29 referred to Senate gov.
S1235: POSSESSORY IMPROVEMENTS; GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; ASSESSMENT

Various changes relating to "possessory improvements" (defined). The assessor is required to use standard appraisal methods and techniques to value possessory improvements. The limited property value of possessory improvements must be calculated using the statutory limitation on valuation increases, and is not subject to the exemption for personal property. Ownership of improvements on government property is considered sufficient security for the payment of taxes and may be placed on the real property roll. If the tax on any possessory improvement remains unpaid at the date set for selling the real property tax liens, the assessment and any interest, penalties and costs is subject to procedures for delinquent taxes as real property. Repeals statute exempting a dwelling on possessory rights that is taxed as personal property from seizure or sale for delinquent taxes as personal property. AS PASSED SENATE.

First sponsor: Sen. Mesnard (R - Dist 17)


 

General Comments (all lists):

Send for review by Fred and Kevin.

S1235 Daily History  Date Action
POSSESSORY IMPROVEMENTS; GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; ASSESSMENT 3/21 House COW approved with floor amend #4833.
POSSESSORY IMPROVEMENTS; GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; ASSESSMENT 3/19 stricken from House consent calendar by Toma.
POSSESSORY IMPROVEMENTS; GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; ASSESSMENT 3/18 from House rules okay. To House consent calendar.
POSSESSORY IMPROVEMENTS; GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; ASSESSMENT 3/13 from House ways-means do pass.
POSSESSORY IMPROVEMENTS; GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; ASSESSMENT 3/5 referred to House ways-means.
POSSESSORY IMPROVEMENTS; GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; ASSESSMENT 2/28 passed Senate 30-0; ready for House.
POSSESSORY IMPROVEMENTS; GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; ASSESSMENT 2/27 Senate COW approved with amend #4077 and floor amend #4480.
POSSESSORY IMPROVEMENTS; GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; ASSESSMENT 2/12 from Senate rules okay.
POSSESSORY IMPROVEMENTS; GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; ASSESSMENT 2/7 from Senate fin with amend #4077.
POSSESSORY IMPROVEMENTS; GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; ASSESSMENT 2/6 Senate fin amended; report awaited.
POSSESSORY IMPROVEMENTS; GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; ASSESSMENT 1/29 referred to Senate fin.
S1241: STATE PARKS BOARD; HERITAGE FUND

Establishes the Arizona State Parks Heritage Fund to be administered by the Arizona State Parks Board. The Board is required to establish criteria for the use of monies in the Fund and monies in the Fun are required to be used for specified purposes in specified percentages. By December 31 of each year, the Board is required to submit a report to the Legislature that includes specified information on Fund expenditures. The Auditor General is required to conduct a performance audit of the Fund at the same time any agency performance audit of the Board is conducted. Contains a legislative intent section.

First sponsor: Sen. Brophy McGee (R - Dist 28)
Others: Sen. Boyer (R - Dist 20), Sen. Carter (R - Dist 15), Sen. Kerr (R - Dist 13), Sen. Navarrete (D - Dist 30), Sen. Otondo (D - Dist 4), Sen. Pratt (R - Dist 8)


 
S1241 Daily History  Date Action
STATE PARKS BOARD; HERITAGE FUND 3/19 from House nat res-energy-water do pass.
STATE PARKS BOARD; HERITAGE FUND 3/5 referred to House nat res-energy-water.
STATE PARKS BOARD; HERITAGE FUND 2/28 passed Senate 30-0; ready for House.
STATE PARKS BOARD; HERITAGE FUND 2/26 from Senate rules okay.
STATE PARKS BOARD; HERITAGE FUND 2/25 to Senate consent calendar.
STATE PARKS BOARD; HERITAGE FUND 2/20 from Senate appro do pass.
STATE PARKS BOARD; HERITAGE FUND 2/19 Senate appro do pass; report awaited.
STATE PARKS BOARD; HERITAGE FUND 2/7 from Senate nat res-energy do pass.
STATE PARKS BOARD; HERITAGE FUND 2/6 Senate nat res-energy do pass; report awaited.
STATE PARKS BOARD; HERITAGE FUND 1/29 referred to Senate nat res-energy, appro.
S1258: CLASS M DRIVER LICENSES; APPLICABILITY

A class M driver license is not necessary for operating a motorcycle that has at least three wheels and a three-point safety belt and bucket or bench seats and that is fully enclosed or uses a roll cage frame.

First sponsor: Sen. Pratt (R - Dist 8)
Others: Rep. Campbell (R - Dist 1), Sen. Livingston (R - Dist 22)


 
S1258 Daily History  Date Action
CLASS M DRIVER LICENSES; APPLICABILITY 3/21 House COW approved.
CLASS M DRIVER LICENSES; APPLICABILITY 3/12 stricken from House consent calendar by Bolding. From House rules okay.
CLASS M DRIVER LICENSES; APPLICABILITY 3/11 to House consent calendar.
CLASS M DRIVER LICENSES; APPLICABILITY 3/6 from House trans do pass.
CLASS M DRIVER LICENSES; APPLICABILITY 2/26 referred to House trans.
CLASS M DRIVER LICENSES; APPLICABILITY 2/14 passed Senate 30-0; ready for House.
CLASS M DRIVER LICENSES; APPLICABILITY 2/11 to Senate consent calendar. 2/12 from Senate rules okay.
CLASS M DRIVER LICENSES; APPLICABILITY 2/6 from Senate trans-pub safety do pass.
CLASS M DRIVER LICENSES; APPLICABILITY 1/30 referred to Senate trans-pub safety.
S1292: MISCONDUCT INVOLVING WEAPONS; CLASSIFICATION

The classification for misconduct involving weapons for entering any public establishment or attending any public event and carrying a deadly weapon after a reasonable request by the operator of the establishment or sponsor of the event to remove the weapon and pace it in temporary secure storage is reduced to a petty offense, from a class 1 (highest) misdemeanor. The classification for misconduct involving weapons for entering an election polling place on election day carrying a deadly weapon is reduced to a class 3 (lowest) misdemeanor, from a class 1 (highest) misdemeanor.

First sponsor: Sen. Gowan (R - Dist 14)


 
S1292 Daily History  Date Action
MISCONDUCT INVOLVING WEAPONS; CLASSIFICATION 3/11 retained on Senate COW calendar.
MISCONDUCT INVOLVING WEAPONS; CLASSIFICATION 3/5 retained on Senate COW calendar.
MISCONDUCT INVOLVING WEAPONS; CLASSIFICATION 2/27 from Senate rules okay.
MISCONDUCT INVOLVING WEAPONS; CLASSIFICATION 2/21 from Senate jud do pass.
MISCONDUCT INVOLVING WEAPONS; CLASSIFICATION 1/30 referred to Senate jud.
S1299: STATE WARRANTS; SUBSTITUTE CHECKS

Monies may be withdrawn from the state treasury using a check or "substitute check" (defined) of the Department of Administration, in addition to warrants and electronic funds transfer vouchers. Checks and substitute checks are added to statutes governing the issuance and redemption of warrants. AS PASSED SENATE.

First sponsor: Sen. Brophy McGee (R - Dist 28)
Others: Sen. Alston (D - Dist 24), Sen. Bowie (D - Dist 18), Sen. D. Farnsworth (R - Dist 16), Sen. Gowan (R - Dist 14), Sen. Gray (R - Dist 21), Sen. Livingston (R - Dist 22), Sen. Navarrete (D - Dist 30), Sen. Otondo (D - Dist 4), Sen. Pratt (R - Dist 8), Sen. Quezada (D - Dist 29)


 
S1299 Daily History  Date Action
STATE WARRANTS; SUBSTITUTE CHECKS 3/18 from House rules okay. To House consent calendar.
STATE WARRANTS; SUBSTITUTE CHECKS 3/7 from House gov do pass.
STATE WARRANTS; SUBSTITUTE CHECKS 2/26 referred to House gov.
STATE WARRANTS; SUBSTITUTE CHECKS 2/14 passed Senate 30-0; ready for House.
STATE WARRANTS; SUBSTITUTE CHECKS 2/13 Senate COW approved with amend #4078 and floor amend #4153.
STATE WARRANTS; SUBSTITUTE CHECKS 2/12 from Senate rules okay.
STATE WARRANTS; SUBSTITUTE CHECKS 2/7 from Senate fin with amend #4078.
STATE WARRANTS; SUBSTITUTE CHECKS 2/6 Senate fin amended; report awaited.
STATE WARRANTS; SUBSTITUTE CHECKS 1/30 referred to Senate fin.
S1307: DUI; LICENSE REINSTATEMENT; EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS

In order to qualify for reinstatement of driving privileges following a driver license suspension or revocation due to a conviction of driving under the influence (DUI), extreme DUI or aggravated DUI, the person is required to successfully complete the alcohol or other drug screening, education or treatment program requirements. If the Department of Transportation reinstates a person's drive license or driving privilege for a revocation that is related to alcohol or other drugs, the Dept is permitted to accept an evaluation that was performed by a physician assistant or registered nurse practitioner, in addition to a physician, psychologist or substance abuse counselor, that the condition does not affect or impair the person's ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. AS PASSED SENATE.

First sponsor: Sen. Livingston (R - Dist 22)


 
S1307 Daily History  Date Action
DUI; LICENSE REINSTATEMENT; EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS 3/14 from House trans do pass.
DUI; LICENSE REINSTATEMENT; EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS 3/4 referred to House trans.
DUI; LICENSE REINSTATEMENT; EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS 2/25 passed Senate 29-0; ready for House.
DUI; LICENSE REINSTATEMENT; EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS 2/21 Senate COW approved with amend #4067 and floor amend #4338.
DUI; LICENSE REINSTATEMENT; EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS 2/19 from Senate rules okay.
DUI; LICENSE REINSTATEMENT; EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS 2/6 from Senate trans-pub safety with amend #4067.
DUI; LICENSE REINSTATEMENT; EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS 1/31 referred to Senate trans-pub safety.
S1367: RECONSTRUCTION CONTRACTING; LOCAL TAX; EXEMPTION

Municipalities and other taxing jurisdictions are prohibited from levying a transaction privilege or use tax on the gross proceeds of sales or gross income derived from "reconstruction contracting" (defined). Reconstruction contracting is prohibited from being included in the tax base unless the property was subdivided and received a condominium plat and the total cost of all construction contracting activities performed on the real property in the 24-month period before the sale of any part of the real property exceeds 15 percent of the prior value of the real property. If tax is assessed on reconstruction contracting, the speculative builder is authorized to exclude from gross income the "prior value" (defined) allowed for reconstruction contracting in determining taxable gross income. A formula for determining the prior value is specified. AS PASSED SENATE.

First sponsor: Sen. Mesnard (R - Dist 17)


 
S1367 Daily History  Date Action
RECONSTRUCTION CONTRACTING; LOCAL TAX; EXEMPTION 3/18 referred to House jud.
RECONSTRUCTION CONTRACTING; LOCAL TAX; EXEMPTION 3/5 Senate COW approved with amend #4331 and floor amend #4650. 3/6 passed Senate 23-7; ready for House.
RECONSTRUCTION CONTRACTING; LOCAL TAX; EXEMPTION 2/26 from Senate rules okay.
RECONSTRUCTION CONTRACTING; LOCAL TAX; EXEMPTION 2/21 from Senate fin with amend #4331.
RECONSTRUCTION CONTRACTING; LOCAL TAX; EXEMPTION 2/20 Senate fin amended; report awaited.
RECONSTRUCTION CONTRACTING; LOCAL TAX; EXEMPTION 2/4 referred to Senate fin.
S1437: CRIMINAL HISTORY; REQUIRED DISCLOSURE; LIMITATIONS

Employers with 15 or more employees and state agencies are prohibited from inquiring about, considering or requiring disclosure of the criminal conviction record of an applicant for employment during the hiring process, except during or after an "interview" (defined), or if there is no interview, after the applicant has received a conditional offer of employment. An inquiry about, consideration of or requirement of disclosure of an applicant's criminal conviction record is limited to the seven most recent consecutive years preceding the date the employer considers a certain criminal conviction would directly relate to the employment position. Does not apply to employment positions that require a valid fingerprint clearance card, positions requiring an applicant to submit fingerprints for a state and criminal records check, employment positions with law enforcement, probation, prosecutor agencies, emergency medical services transport or employment as a certified court security officer or fire fighter. AS PASSED SENATE.

First sponsor: Sen. Quezada (D - Dist 29)
Others: Rep. Andrade (D - Dist 29), Sen. Dalessandro (D - Dist 2), Sen. Mendez (D - Dist 26), Sen. Peshlakai (D - Dist 7), Sen. Rios (D - Dist 27)


 

General Comments (all lists):

PLanned amendment should exempt LE

S1437 Daily History  Date Action
CRIMINAL HISTORY; REQUIRED DISCLOSURE; LIMITATIONS 3/12 referred to House jud.
CRIMINAL HISTORY; REQUIRED DISCLOSURE; LIMITATIONS 3/7 Senate COW approved with floor amend #4708. Passed Senate 17-13; ready for House.
CRIMINAL HISTORY; REQUIRED DISCLOSURE; LIMITATIONS 3/6 retained on Senate COW calendar.
CRIMINAL HISTORY; REQUIRED DISCLOSURE; LIMITATIONS 2/26 stricken from Senate consent calendar by Pace and Quezada.
CRIMINAL HISTORY; REQUIRED DISCLOSURE; LIMITATIONS 2/26 from Senate rules okay.
CRIMINAL HISTORY; REQUIRED DISCLOSURE; LIMITATIONS 2/25 to Senate consent calendar.
CRIMINAL HISTORY; REQUIRED DISCLOSURE; LIMITATIONS 2/21 from Senate com do pass.
CRIMINAL HISTORY; REQUIRED DISCLOSURE; LIMITATIONS 2/5 referred to Senate com.
S1440: WATERCRAFT; AUDIBLE SOUND DEVICES

Every power-driven watercraft is required to be equipped with a functional device that produces sound that is audible for at least one-half nautical mile. A human voice does not meet this requirement.

First sponsor: Sen. Pratt (R - Dist 8)


 
S1440 Daily History  Date Action
WATERCRAFT; AUDIBLE SOUND DEVICES 2/26 referred to House nat res-energy-water.
WATERCRAFT; AUDIBLE SOUND DEVICES 2/21 passed Senate 26-4; ready for House.
WATERCRAFT; AUDIBLE SOUND DEVICES 2/19 from Senate rules okay.
WATERCRAFT; AUDIBLE SOUND DEVICES 2/18 to Senate consent calendar.
WATERCRAFT; AUDIBLE SOUND DEVICES 2/14 from Senate nat res-energy do pass.
WATERCRAFT; AUDIBLE SOUND DEVICES 2/13 Senate nat res-energy do pass; report awaited.
WATERCRAFT; AUDIBLE SOUND DEVICES 2/5 referred to Senate nat res-energy.
S1444: STATE LAKE IMPROVEMENT FUND; COUNTIES

The Arizona State Parks Board is required to separately account for monies that are collected in each county and distributed in the State Lake Improvement Fund (SLIF). The Board is required to distribute SLIF monies to each county on a quarterly basis in an amount that corresponds to the monies collected in that county. Counties are required to use the SLIF monies for a list of specified purposes.

First sponsor: Sen. Borrelli (R - Dist 5)


 

General Comments (all lists):

Send for Review by Tim Baumgarten 2/8 (Appropos hearing 2/12)

S1444 Daily History  Date Action
STATE LAKE IMPROVEMENT FUND; COUNTIES 3/14 referred to House gov.
STATE LAKE IMPROVEMENT FUND; COUNTIES 3/4 passed Senate 17-13; ready for House.
STATE LAKE IMPROVEMENT FUND; COUNTIES 2/28 Senate COW approved.
STATE LAKE IMPROVEMENT FUND; COUNTIES 2/19 from Senate rules okay. Stricken from Senate consent calendar by Dalessandro.
STATE LAKE IMPROVEMENT FUND; COUNTIES 2/18 to Senate consent calendar.
STATE LAKE IMPROVEMENT FUND; COUNTIES 2/13 from Senate appro do pass.
STATE LAKE IMPROVEMENT FUND; COUNTIES 2/12 Senate appro do pass; report awaited.
STATE LAKE IMPROVEMENT FUND; COUNTIES 2/5 referred to Senate appro.
S1450: NONNATIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION; GRANTS (GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION)

Establishes the Nonnative Vegetative Invasive Species Eradication Fund and appropriates $5 million from the general fund in each of FY2019-20 and FY2020-21 to the Fund for grants for nonnative vegetative invasive species eradication projects. The Department of Forestry and Fire Management is required to provide grants to other state agencies, municipalities, counties, Indian tribes and other political subdivisions for nonnative vegetative invasive species eradication projects that meet specified requirements, and to establish application procedures for grants. The Dept is required to submit a semiannual report on the Fund to the Governor and the Legislature. AS PASSED SENATE.

First sponsor: Sen. Kerr (R - Dist 13)
Others: Sen. S. Allen (R - Dist 6), Rep. Dunn (R - Dist 13), Rep. Osborne (R - Dist 13), Sen. Otondo (D - Dist 4), Sen. Pratt (R - Dist 8)


 
S1450 Daily History  Date Action
NONNATIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION; GRANTS 2/28 passed Senate 28-2; ready for House.
NONNATIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION; GRANTS 2/27 Senate COW approved with amend #4254; amend 4199 was withdrawn. NOTE SHORT TITLE CHANGE.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/26 from Senate rules okay.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/20 from Senate appro with amend #4254.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/19 Senate appro amended; report awaited.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/14 from Senate water-agri with amend #4199.
GRANTS; INVASIVE VEGETATION ERADICATION 2/5 referred to Senate water-agri, appro.
S1469: AGENCY CONSOLIDATION; DEPT OF INSURANCE

Effective January 1, 2020, the Department of Insurance is renamed the Department of Insurance and Financial Institutions (DIFI), and DIFI succeeds to the authority, powers, duties and responsibilities of the Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) and the Automobile Theft Authority. All administrative matters, licenses, registrations, permits, equipment, records, furnishings and other property, and all appropriated monies that remain unexpended and unencumbered on January 1, 2020 of DFI and the Authority are transferred to DIFI. Establishes a Financial Institutions Division within DIFI and transfers DFI powers and duties to the Division, with the Superintendent of Financial Institutions as the Superintendent of the Division. Session law provides for the retention of rules adopted by DFI. AS PASSED SENATE.

First sponsor: Sen. Livingston (R - Dist 22)
Others: Sen. Fann (R - Dist 1), Sen. Mesnard (R - Dist 17)


 
S1469 Daily History  Date Action
AGENCY CONSOLIDATION; DEPT OF INSURANCE 3/21 from House gov with amend #4832.
AGENCY CONSOLIDATION; DEPT OF INSURANCE 3/13 referred to House gov.
AGENCY CONSOLIDATION; DEPT OF INSURANCE 3/7 passed Senate 24-6; ready for House.
AGENCY CONSOLIDATION; DEPT OF INSURANCE 2/28 Senate COW approved with amend #4332, floor amend #4525 and the rules tech amendment.
AGENCY CONSOLIDATION; DEPT OF INSURANCE 2/26 from Senate rules with a technical amendment.
AGENCY CONSOLIDATION; DEPT OF INSURANCE 2/21 from Senate fin with amend #4332.
AGENCY CONSOLIDATION; DEPT OF INSURANCE 2/20 Senate fin amended; report awaited.
AGENCY CONSOLIDATION; DEPT OF INSURANCE 2/13 FAILED Senate fin 3-7.
AGENCY CONSOLIDATION; DEPT OF INSURANCE 2/5 referred to Senate fin.
S1477: APPROP; BEST LAND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

By January 1, 2020, the State Land Commission and the State Forester are required to establish a program to promote best land management practices, which must include a plan to coordinate with appropriate public agencies to identify and remove hazardous vegetation from federal and tribal lands for the purpose of protecting critical infrastructure or water supplies. Appropriates $4 million from the general fund in FY2019-20 to the State Forester for the program. AS PASSED SENATE.

First sponsor: Sen. Otondo (D - Dist 4)
Others: Sen. S. Allen (R - Dist 6), Sen. Alston (D - Dist 24), Sen. Borrelli (R - Dist 5), Sen. Bowie (D - Dist 18), Sen. Bradley (D - Dist 10), Sen. Brophy McGee (R - Dist 28), Sen. Carter (R - Dist 15), Sen. Contreras (D - Dist 19), Sen. Dalessandro (D - Dist 2), Sen. Gonzales (D - Dist 3), Sen. Kerr (R - Dist 13), Sen. Leach (R - Dist 11), Sen. Navarrete (D - Dist 30), Sen. Peshlakai (D - Dist 7), Sen. Pratt (R - Dist 8), Sen. Rios (D - Dist 27)


 
S1477 Daily History  Date Action
APPROP; BEST LAND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 3/4 passed Senate 26-4; ready for House.
APPROP; BEST LAND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 2/28 Senate COW approved with amend #4350 and #4470.
APPROP; BEST LAND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 2/27 from Senate appro with amend #4470. From Senate rules okay.
APPROP; BEST LAND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 2/26 Senate appro amended; report awaited.
APPROP; BEST LAND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 2/25 from Senate water-agri with amend #4350.
APPROP; BEST LAND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 2/21 Senate water-agri amended; report awaited.
APPROP; BEST LAND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 2/5 referred to Senate water-agri, appro.
S1482: STATE AGENCIES; FEE INCREASE; LIMIT

Except with prior review by the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, state agencies are prohibited from increasing a fee in an amount that exceeds the percentage of change in the average consumer price index as published by the U.S. Department of Labor between the figure for the latest calendar year and the calendar year in which the last fee increase occurred. AS PASSED SENATE.

First sponsor: Sen. Mesnard (R - Dist 17)
Others: Rep. J. Allen (R - Dist 15), Sen. S. Allen (R - Dist 6), Rep. Barto (R - Dist 15), Rep. Biasiucci (R - Dist 5), Rep. Blackman (R - Dist 6), Rep. Bolick (R - Dist 20), Sen. Borrelli (R - Dist 5), Rep. Bowers (R - Dist 25), Sen. Boyer (R - Dist 20), Rep. Campbell (R - Dist 1), Rep. Carroll (R - Dist 22), Rep. Cobb (R - Dist 5), Rep. Cook (R - Dist 8), Rep. Dunn (R - Dist 13), Sen. D. Farnsworth (R - Dist 16), Sen. E. Farnsworth (R - Dist 12), Rep. Fillmore (R - Dist 16), Rep. Finchem (R - Dist 11), Sen. Gowan (R - Dist 14), Rep. Grantham (R - Dist 12), Sen. Gray (R - Dist 21), Rep. Griffin (R - Dist 14), Rep. Kavanagh (R - Dist 23), Sen. Kerr (R - Dist 13), Rep. Lawrence (R - Dist 23), Sen. Leach (R - Dist 11), Sen. Livingston (R - Dist 22), Rep. Osborne (R - Dist 13), Sen. Pace (R - Dist 25), Rep. Payne (R - Dist 21), Rep. Petersen (R - Dist 12), Rep. Rivero (R - Dist 21), Rep. Roberts (R - Dist 11), Rep. Shope (R - Dist 8), Rep. Thorpe (R - Dist 6), Rep. Toma (R - Dist 22), Rep. Townsend (R - Dist 16), Rep. Udall (R - Dist 25), Sen. Ugenti-Rita (R - Dist 23), Rep. Weninger (R - Dist 17)


 
S1482 Daily History  Date Action
STATE AGENCIES; FEE INCREASE; LIMIT 3/7 referred to House gov, appro.
STATE AGENCIES; FEE INCREASE; LIMIT 3/4 passed Senate 17-13; ready for House.
STATE AGENCIES; FEE INCREASE; LIMIT 2/28 Senate COW approved with floor amend #4527.
STATE AGENCIES; FEE INCREASE; LIMIT 2/19 from Senate rules okay. Stricken from Senate consent calendar by Mendez.
STATE AGENCIES; FEE INCREASE; LIMIT 2/18 to Senate consent calendar.
STATE AGENCIES; FEE INCREASE; LIMIT 2/12 from Senate gov do pass.
STATE AGENCIES; FEE INCREASE; LIMIT 2/11 Senate gov do pass; report awaited.
STATE AGENCIES; FEE INCREASE; LIMIT 2/5 referred to Senate gov.
S1520: LIVESTOCK; DEFINITION; FERAL GOATS

For the purpose of livestock regulations, the definition of "livestock" is modified to exclude feral goats.

First sponsor: Sen. Kerr (R - Dist 13)


 
S1520 Daily History  Date Action
LIVESTOCK; DEFINITION; FERAL GOATS 3/18 referred to House land-agri.
LIVESTOCK; DEFINITION; FERAL GOATS 3/14 passed Senate 29-1; ready for House.
LIVESTOCK; DEFINITION; FERAL GOATS 3/13 Senate COW approved.
LIVESTOCK; DEFINITION; FERAL GOATS 3/5 from Senate rules okay.
LIVESTOCK; DEFINITION; FERAL GOATS 3/4 stricken from Senate consent calendar by Livingston.
LIVESTOCK; DEFINITION; FERAL GOATS 3/4 to Senate consent calendar.
LIVESTOCK; DEFINITION; FERAL GOATS 2/21 from Senate water-agri do pass.
LIVESTOCK; DEFINITION; FERAL GOATS 2/6 referred to Senate water-agri.
SCM1002: FEDERAL LANDS; FORGONE REVENUE; EDUCATION

The Legislature urges the U.S. Congress to establish an objective standard for calculating the value of Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) payments that are equivalent to the tax revenue Arizona, political subdivisions and school districts would otherwise be able to generate but for federal control of Arizona lands, and to provide full, timely and sustainable long-term funding for the PILT program. The Secretary of State is directed to transmit copies of this memorial to the President of the U.S. Senate, the Speaker of the U.S. House and each member of Congress from Arizona. AS SENT TO SECRETARY OF STATE.

First sponsor: Sen. S. Allen (R - Dist 6)
Others: Rep. Blackman (R - Dist 6)


 
SCM1002 Daily History  Date Action
FEDERAL LANDS; FORGONE REVENUE; EDUCATION 3/14 passed House 32-27; to secretary of state.
FEDERAL LANDS; FORGONE REVENUE; EDUCATION 3/12 from House rules okay.
FEDERAL LANDS; FORGONE REVENUE; EDUCATION 3/11 to House consent calendar.
FEDERAL LANDS; FORGONE REVENUE; EDUCATION 3/6 from House fed-rel do pass.
FEDERAL LANDS; FORGONE REVENUE; EDUCATION 2/26 referred to House fed-rel.
FEDERAL LANDS; FORGONE REVENUE; EDUCATION 2/4 passed Senate 30-0; ready for House.
FEDERAL LANDS; FORGONE REVENUE; EDUCATION 1/29 to Senate consent calendar. From Senate rules okay.
FEDERAL LANDS; FORGONE REVENUE; EDUCATION 1/23 from Senate nat res-energy do pass.
FEDERAL LANDS; FORGONE REVENUE; EDUCATION 1/23 Senate nat res-energy do pass; report awaited.
FEDERAL LANDS; FORGONE REVENUE; EDUCATION 1/14 referred to Senate nat res-energy.