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Advocacy / Arizona 

Arizona Legislation

The Arizona Legislature reconvened for regular session on January 13, 2014.

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In The News

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

State budget hits snags in Arizona House

The legislative budget came to a screeching halt in the House Monday night as a group of more moderate Republicans joined Democrats to block the Republican budget the Senate passed last week. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle introduced a combined 94 amendments. The biggest roadblock appeared to be a battle over whether the state should retroactively close a loophole that allows school districts to convert schools to charter schools and collect more state money per student. The Senate budget included the rollback. Democrats and the moderate Republican coalition opposed it.

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Friday, March 21, 2014

Senate OKs amended budget

The Arizona Senate passed on Thursday a budget that its leaders said should ultimately be approved by the House and signed by Gov. Jan Brewer.  Amendments to the spending plan introduced by Senate President Andy Biggs on Thursday align spending with some key priorities of Brewer and House leadership.  And Biggs said the changes were made in cooperation with both those parties.

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