Understand & influence laws
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Understand & influence laws that matter to you.
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In the Arizona Legislature, 2019
Could SB 1046 take away some voting rights for Arizona voters?
Early voting could take a hit if this bill is passed. Find out how and why.read sb 1046
Changes to vaccine-related laws in Arizona
Immunization exemptions, informed consent, and antibody titer tests are all subjects of new regulation.more on vaccine laws
On the Arizona ballot: Nov. 6, 2018
How did AZ Prop 125 change public retirement benefits?
This new law has given lawmakers additional control over public retirement benefits for corrections officers and elected officials.more on prop 125
What does AZ Prop 126 do for service providers in Arizona?
This new law prevents the state government from adding tax to services like car repairs, haircuts, childcare, and more.more on prop 126
How would AZ Prop 127 have affected Arizona’s energy laws?
This new law would have required electricity providers like SRP and APS to gradually adopt more sustainable energy processes.
So why didn’t it pass?more on prop 127
How did AZ Prop 305 change education laws?
By being defeated, the proposition repealed AZ Senate Bill 1431, stopping the Empowerment Scholarship Accounts from being expanded to all public school students.more on prop 305
Election laws changed in two major ways with AZ Prop 306
Canidates can no longer give funds from certain accounts to political parties or 501(a) organizations.
In addition, the Citizens Clean Election Commission, a nonpartisan body, is now overseen by the Governor’s Regulatory Review Council, a partisan body.more on prop 306
In the Arizona Legislature, 2018
How Arizona SB 1458 updates AZ laws to recognize same-sex couples
The Arizona Revised Statutes (ARS) was full of mentions of “man and woman” and “husband and wife,” so a few Senators decided to update the language to include same-sex couples.read sb 1458
Arizona laws by category
Shh! Mind those City of Phoenix Noise Laws
Though the Phoenix City Charter describes many kinds of “loud, disturbing and unnecessary noises,” it also makes it clear that other noises can also be considered against the law.
What else is there to know about Phoenix’s noise ordinances?more on phoenix noise laws