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1/22/2009
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  • SB 1466 establishes the Council on Efficient Government to review options for privatizing state goods or services.



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    Monday, June 22, 2009

    Forty-ninth LegislatureFirst Regular Session                             ARIZONA STATE SENATE                                                             THIRD READING #1                                                                  June 22, 2009  HB 2048     local elections; signature requirements Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Allows, for a mayoral candidate or other office nominated by a city at large, the minimum number of signatures to be 1,000 signatures or five percent of the vote in the city, whichever is less, but not more than ten percent of the vote in the city.For Bill: Pat Dennis, City of El Mirage (02/04/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (01/31/2009); Shirley Gunther, City of Avondale (02/04/2009); Patrice Kraus, City of Chandler (06/15/2009); Jeffrey Kros, League of Cities & Towns (02/04/2009); Brad Lundahl, City of Scottsdale (02/05/2009); Bridget Manock, City of Scottsdale (06/15/2009); Dale Wiebusch, League of Arizona Cities and Towns (06/15/2009); Rita Zimny, Self (01/15/2009)   HB 2091     charitable organizations; solicitations; disclosures Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Requires an item donation location to post the name of the charity or company who owns the collection site and who will benefit from the donations received at the location.For Bill: Marc Ashton, Foundation for Blind Children (02/04/2009); Rob Dalager, Member of the Goodwill of Central AZ Board, but representing my self. (06/16/2009); Tom Finnerty, Society of St. Vincent de Paul (02/03/2009); Stuart Goodman, Goodwill Industries of Central Arizona (06/15/2009); Molly Greene, Self (06/16/2009); Brian Hassett, Big Brothers Big Sisters (02/04/2009); Jim Holland, Goodwill Industries of Central Arizona (02/04/2009); Melissa Keckler, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Arizona (06/16/2009); Tim O'Neal, Goodwill Industries of Central Arizona (02/04/2009); Jim  Stone, Swift Charities (02/04/2009)Against Bill: Bryan Ginter, Self (02/21/2009)   HB 2103     state treasurer; independent legal counsel Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Adds the state Treasurer (Treasurer) to a list of agencies exempted from employing the state Attorney General’s Office (AG) as legal counsel and allows the Treasurer to employ legal advisors.For Bill: Jeffrey Kros, League of Cities and Towns (06/16/2009); Treasurer's Office, Hon. Dean Martin, AZ State Treasurer (06/12/2009)Against Bill: David Gass, Arizona Attorney General's Office (01/27/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (03/06/2009); Greg Stanton, Arizona Attorney General's Office  (06/16/2009)   HB 2123     license plate commission repeal Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Repeals the License Plate Commission (Commission).For Bill: Kevin Biesty, ADOT (06/13/2009); Suzanne Gilstrap, Arizona Sportsmen for Wildlife (06/15/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (01/30/2009)Neutral: Deborah Sheasby, Center for Arizona Policy (02/04/2009)   HB 2143     loan originators; mortgage recovery fund. Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Establishes the Mortgage Recovery Fund for liabilities resulting from loan originator wrongdoing. For Bill: Kristen Boilini, Arizona Commercial Lenders Association (06/16/2009); Wendy Briggs, AZ Bankers Association (06/16/2009); Scot Butler, Arizona Housing Association (06/16/2009); Jody Davis, AAMB (02/16/2009); Austin De Bey, Arizona Credit Union League (06/16/2009); Tom Farley, Arizona Association of Realtors (06/15/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (03/04/2009); Shirley Gunther, City of Avondale (06/16/2009); Elizabeth Hatch, Mortgage Brokers Association (03/04/2009); Tom Heath, Arizona Mortgage Lenders Association (06/16/2009); Don Isaacson, State Farm Insurance and ARDA (06/15/2009); Jay Kaprosy, Arizona Bankers Association (02/16/2009); Kelsey Lundy, Citi Group (02/16/2009); Jaime Molera, Arizona Association of Mortgage Brokers (06/16/2009); Sherry Olsen, Arizona Mortgage Lenders Association (06/16/2009); Paul Parisi, Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce (03/04/2009); Farrell Quinlan, Arizona Mortgage Lenders Association (06/11/2009); Kenneth Scrugg, Arizona Department of Financial Institutions (06/16/2009); Kenneth Scruggs, AZ Department of Financial Institutions (03/04/2009); Greg Stanton, Arizona Attorney General's Office  (06/16/2009); Brian Tassinari, Arizona Real Estate Investors Association (06/16/2009); Tanya Wheeless, Arizona Bankers Association (02/16/2009)   HB 2159     board of podiatry examiners; continuation Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Continues the Arizona State Board of Podiatry Examiners (Board) for two years until July 1, 2011.For Bill: Joseph Abate, Az Podiatric Medical Assn. (06/16/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (03/16/2009); Wendy Harris, Self (01/27/2009); Joseph Leonetti, Podiatry Board (02/25/2009); Sarah Penttinen, AZ Podiatry Board (06/17/2009); Sarah Penttinen, Podiatry Board (02/25/2009)   HB 2164     pharmacists; administration of immunizations                       (Now: administration of immunizations; pharmacists) Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Allows pharmacists to provide immunizations to adult patients without a physician’s prescription and establishes an Immunizations and Vaccines Advisory Committee to develop recommended protocols and requirements.For Bill: Michelle Ahlmer, Arizona Retailers Association (01/21/2009); Golden Berrett, Self (02/24/2009); Mark Boesen, Arizona Pharmacy Alliance (06/17/2009); Michael Brancato, Walgreens (06/17/2009); Barbara Burkholder, Self (06/15/2009); Heidi Calvin, Walgreens (01/21/2009); Susan Cannata, Arizona Academy of Family Physicians (06/17/2009); Lorri Caum, Walgreens (06/17/2009); Ted  Downing, Self (06/16/2009); Janet Elliott, Arizona Community Pharmacy Committee (06/16/2009); Bob England, Self (06/17/2009); April Engquist, Self (02/23/2009); Ken Fletcher, Self (02/24/2009); Patrick Gerhardt, Walgreens (01/21/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (03/23/2009); Jeff Gray, Arizona Pharmacy Alliance (06/17/2009); Laura Hahn, Arizona Academy of Family Physicians (02/23/2009); Kelly Hampton, Self (06/17/2009); Rory Hays, Arizona Nurses' Association (06/13/2009); Don Isaacson, Aging Services of Arizona (06/15/2009); Ashley Johnson, Self (01/21/2009); Catherine Kloos, Safeway (01/21/2009); David Landrith, Arizona Medical Association (06/16/2009); Nicole Leiter, Walgreens (06/17/2009); John Linda, Self (06/16/2009); John Mangum, Arizona Food Marketing Alliance, Walgreens Co (06/17/2009); Mitch Menlove, Arizona Health Care Association (06/16/2009); Ryan Moore, Self (01/21/2009); Russ Newman, Self (06/17/2009); Bradley Ordener, Self (02/24/2009); Audrey Ozols, Wyeth (06/17/2009); Kathleen Pagels, Arizona Health Care Assn (06/16/2009); Tara Plese, Arizona Association of Community Health Centers (06/17/2009); Mindy Rasmussen, Arizona Pharmacy Alliance (06/17/2009); Len Saichaie, Walgreens (01/21/2009); Jennifer Tinney, The Arizona Partnership for Immunization (02/25/2009); Pete Wertheim, IASIS Healthcare  (06/17/2009)Neutral: Seth Apfel, Self (02/28/2009); Barbara Fanning, Arizona Department of Health Services (01/21/2009); Duane Huffman, Arizona Department of Health Services (06/17/2009); Pat VanMaanen, Self (02/24/2009)   HB 2173     notification; complaint; registrar of contractors Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Reconciles the timeframe for filing a written complaint with the Arizona Registrar of Contractors.For Bill: Stan Barnes, Southern Arizona Home Builders Assn (06/15/2009); Brett Jones, The Arizona Contractors Association, Inc. (ACA) (06/16/2009); Spencer Kamps, Home Builders Assoc. of Central AZ (02/04/2009); Scot Mussi, Home Builders Assoc of Central AZ (06/16/2009)Against Bill: Bryan Ginter, Self (02/07/2009)Neutral: Mike Michaels, Self (02/03/2009)   HB 2265     child care facilities; licensure; exemptions                       (Now: exemptions; licensure; child care facilities) Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Permits certain facilities that are exempt from child care licensure to require documentation of the entrance and departure of children from the facilities without affecting their exempt status.For Bill: Bryan Ginter, Self (03/23/2009); Dana Tranberg, Arizona Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs (06/16/2009)Neutral: Kevin DeMenna, Arizona Child Care Association (03/04/2009); Barbara Fanning, AZ Dept. of Health Services (06/17/2009); Duane Huffman, Arizona Department of Health Services (03/04/2009); Bruce Liggett, Arizona Child Care Association (06/17/2009)   HB 2283     certified nursing assistants; pilot program Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Delays the repeal date of the Medication Technician Pilot Program for two years, until September 30, 2011.For Bill: Karla Averill, Self (06/16/2009); John Checkett, Self (02/09/2009); Linda Doescher, Self (02/09/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (02/07/2009); Mary Griffith, R.N., Self (06/16/2009); Gregory Harris, Arizona State Board of Nursing (06/15/2009); Sharon Hawn, Self (02/11/2009); Rory Hays, Arizona Nurses Association (06/17/2009); Don Isaacson, Aging Services of Arizona (06/17/2009); George Jacobson, Apache Junction Health Center (06/16/2009); Debra Kiesner, Glendale Care Center (02/10/2009); Kathleen Langford, Self (06/17/2009); Cindy Leach, Self (06/16/2009); John Linda, Self (06/16/2009); Matthew Luger, Self (01/27/2009); Mitch Menlove, Arizona Health Care Association (06/16/2009); Mike Morris, Self (06/17/2009); Kathleen Pagels, Arizona Health Care Assn (06/16/2009); Richard Park, Self (06/16/2009); Gabriel Rushing, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (06/17/2009); Krysten Sweet, Self (02/10/2009); Scott Wynn, Beatitudes Campus, AzAHA (02/11/2009)   HB 2310     subdivision public reports Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Modifies the Arizona Department of Real Estate's procedure for reviewing subdividers' notices and public reports for the sale of improved lots.For Bill: Stan Barnes, Southern Arizona Home Builders Assn (06/15/2009); Susan Charlton, Valley Partnership (06/16/2009); Spencer Kamps, Home Builders Assoc. of Central AZ (02/17/2009); Scot Mussi, Home Builders Assoc of Central AZ (06/16/2009); Michael Racy, Diamond Ventures (06/16/2009); Jeff Sandquist, Robson Communities (06/15/2009)Against Bill: Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club - Grand Canyon Chapter (06/16/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (03/23/2009)Neutral: Jerome Jordan, Arizona Department of Real Estate (02/17/2009)   HB 2330     biodiesel fuel dispensers; labeling Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Requires biodiesel to be labeled in conformance with federal regulations.For Bill: Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club - Grand Canyon Chapter (06/15/2009); Mark Ellery, Caljet of America (06/15/2009); Mark Ellery, The Jet Companies (02/12/2009); Mark Elley, Caljet (02/24/2009); Michael Fiflis, Self (06/13/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (03/23/2009); Andrea Martincic, Arizona Petroleum Marketers Association (06/15/2009); Alisa McMahon, Self (06/13/2009); Robert Shuler, Caljet (06/15/2009); Susie Stevens, Western States Petroleum Association (06/15/2009)Against Bill: Wendy Briggs, Arizona Trucking Assn (02/24/2009); Gibson McKay, AZ Trucking Association (06/15/2009); Karen Rasmussen, Arizona Trucking Association (06/15/2009); Mike Shannon, Self (02/24/2009)Neutral: Dennis Ehrhart, Dept of Weights and Measures (02/12/2009)   HB 2396     ADOT; transportation facility pilot projects                       (Now: transportation; public-private partnerships) Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Authorizes the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) to enter into Public-Private Partnership (PPP) agreements for the construction, financing, operation and maintenance of transportation projects in Arizona. For Bill: Kevin Adam, Rural Transportation Advocacy Council (06/15/2009); Tom Jenney AFP Arizona, Americans for Prosperity (02/26/2009); Kevin Biesty, ADOT (06/13/2009); Michelle Clements, Arizona Free Enterprise Club (06/15/2009); Tom Dorn, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/15/2009); Eric Emmert, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/15/2009); Becky Hill, The Arizona Transit Association (06/15/2009); Brett Jones, The Arizona Contractors Association (06/15/2009); Spencer Kamps, Home Builders Association of Central Arizona (06/15/2009); Todd Madeksza, County Supervisors Association (06/15/2009); David Martin, Arizona Chapter, Associated General Contractors (06/15/2009); Catherine Mayorga, Tempe Chamber of Commerce (06/15/2009); Marcus Osborn, Valley Metro  (06/15/2009); Gabriel Rushing, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (06/15/2009); Martin Shultz, Pinnacle West Capital Corp and APS (02/25/2009); Steve Voeller, Arizona Free Enterprise Club (02/25/2009); Mark Young, Town of Queen Creek (06/18/2009)Against Bill: Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club Grand Canyon Chapter (06/14/2009); Michael Fiflis, Self (06/13/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (03/06/2009); Alisa McMahon, Self (06/13/2009); Greg Stanton, Arizona Attorney General's Office  (06/15/2009)Neutral: Matthew Fleming, Arizona Dept of Transportation (02/26/2009); Byron Schlomach, Goldwater Institute (02/26/2009); Frank  Spinka, Self (02/26/2009)   HB 2440     drought emergency groundwater transfers Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Allows groundwater to be transported away from a groundwater basin that is outside an active management area (AMA) under specific emergency circumstances and on a temporary basis.For Bill: Fred Breedlove, ADWR (06/15/2009); Eric Emmert, Arizona Planning Association (02/19/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (02/19/2009); Jeff Gray, City of Phoenix (02/19/2009); Herb Guenther, Arizona Dept of Water Resources (02/19/2009); Jim Hartdegen, Maricopa Stanfield Irrigation Dists (02/19/2009); Patricia Hill, AMWUA (02/19/2009); Todd Madeksza, County Supervisors Association (06/15/2009); Chris Udall, Agri-Business Council of Arizona (02/18/2009)   HB 2610     civil liability; affirmative defenses Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Modifies affirmative defense statutes regarding product liability actions to include cases in which the claimant is the heir or estate of a deceased person. Modifies civil liability presumptions related to victims or peace officers who use or threaten to use physical force or deadly physical force.For Bill: Dave Adams, Phx Police Sergeants & Lieutenants Assoc. (03/11/2009); Jim Bee, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Levi Bolton, Self (06/16/2009); Jimmy Chavez, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/09/2009); Bert Cheney, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Harold Coleman, Self (03/11/2009); Fabian Cota, Mesa Police Association (03/11/2009); Javier Cota, Self (03/11/2009); Rob Dalager, City of Phoenix Police Department (03/11/2009); Chris Dunn, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Pat Legan, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Raul Garcia, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Bob  Gilbert, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Richard Greco, Self (03/11/2009); Mark Hafkey, Phoenix Police Sergeants & Lieutenants Association (PPSLA) (03/11/2009); Mike Haughey, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); David Kothe, Self (03/11/2009); Jeffrey Kros, League of Cities and Towns (06/16/2009); Tim Kvochick, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Kendra  Leiby, Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence (06/17/2009); Chris Lentz, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Kelsey Lundy, Phoenix Law Enforcement Association and Associated Highway Patrolmen of Arizona (06/16/2009); Kevin McNichols, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); James Oien, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Bill Rogers, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/10/2009); Matt Rosemeyer, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Eddie  Simpson, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); John Smith, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); David Stopke, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Michael Strohmeyer, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Andy Swann, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Nathan  Teel, Arizona Highway Patrol Association (03/11/2009); Amber Wakeman, City of Tempe  (06/17/2009); John Wentling, Arizona Citizens Defense League (06/17/2009); Mike Williams, Arizona Police Association (06/16/2009); Mark Young, Town of Queen Creek (06/17/2009)Against Bill: Bryan Ginter, Self (03/23/2009); Jon Hinz, Fairness and Accountability in Insurance Reform (03/11/2009); Steve Patience, Arizona Trial Lawyers Association (03/10/2009)Neutral: Janice Goldstein, Arizona Trial Lawyers Association (06/11/2009); Jerry Landau, Administrative Office of the Courts (03/10/2009)   HB 2627     voter identification; military identification                       (Now: voter identification; valid forms) Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): An emergency measure that codifies and expands acceptable forms of identification for a voter to obtain a ballot.  Contains requirements for enactment for initiatives and referendums (Proposition 105).For Bill: Shelly Baker, Arizona Association of County Recorders (02/26/2009); Amy Bjelland, Arizona Secretary of State (06/15/2009); Richard Bohan, Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (06/15/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (03/06/2009); Patty Hansen, Self (02/25/2009); Lisa McKee, Navajo County Elections (02/25/2009); Karen Osborne, Maricopa County Elections (06/12/2009); Helen Purcell, Arizona Assn of County Recorders (02/24/2009); Jen Sweeney, Arizona Association of Counties (06/12/2009); Kris Waite, Secretary of State (02/26/2009); Linda Weedon, Maricopa County (02/26/2009)   HCR 2014  state trust lands; technical correction                       (Now: health care services; direct purchase) Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Subject to voter approval, amends the Arizona Constitution to establish what health care systems may lawfully exist in Arizona.For Bill: Dr. Eric Novack, Arizonans for Healthcare Freedom (06/17/2009)Against Bill: Susanna Astarte, Self (03/04/2009); Barbara Burkholder, Self (06/08/2009); Janna Day, Humana (06/16/2009); Ted  Downing, Self (06/16/2009); Sarah Fox, National Nurses Organizing Committee (03/04/2009); Doris Freeman, Self (03/04/2009); Bryan Ginter, Self (03/04/2009); David Glenn, National Nurses Organizing Committee (03/04/2009); Mark Hayduke Grenard, Self (05/26/2009); Shannon Harper, Planned Parenthood Arizona (05/26/2009); Don Hughes, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona (06/16/2009); Jennifer Lemmon, National Nurses Organizing Committee (03/04/2009); Carissa Lovelace, National Nurses Organizing Committee (03/04/2009); Tim Mavrides, Self (03/04/2009); Gini McGirr, League of Women Voters of Arizona (05/24/2009); George Pauk, Self (05/26/2009); Jane Pauk, Self (03/04/2009); Janet Valder, Self (05/25/2009); Pat VanMaanen, Self (06/18/2009); Jonathan Weisbuch, Self (05/26/2009); Judy Whitehouse, Self (03/03/2009); Ed Wren, University Physician s Healthcare(UPH) (05/26/2009)Neutral: Clint Bolick, Goldwater Institute (05/26/2009); Jennifer Carusetta, AHCCCS (05/26/2009); John Graham Pacific Research Institute (05/26/2009); Jeff Gray, AZ Self Insurers Association (ASIA) (06/17/2009); Christie Herrera, ALEC (05/26/2009); David Landrith, Arizona  Medical Association (06/17/2009); Tara Plese, Arizona Assocation of Community Health Centers (05/26/2009)   SB 1002      elected officials; print; visual media Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Limits a statewide elected official’s use of public monies.For Bill: Robert Teegarden, Alliance for School Choice (06/09/2009)Against Bill: Paul Ahler, Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys' Council (06/09/2009); Ray Churay, Maricopa County Sheriff's Office (06/09/2009); Jeffrey Kros, League of Cities and Towns (06/16/2009)Neutral: Clint Bolick, Goldwater Institute (06/16/2009); Nick Dranias, Goldwater Institute (06/16/2009)   SB 1003      driving under the influence; methadone Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Requires a person who has a drug in the person's body, including methadone, to have taken the drug as prescribed to be exempt from a driving under the influence (DUI) charge.For Bill: Michelle Stokes, Self (06/17/2009)Against Bill: Susan Cannata, Arizona Academy of Family Physicians (06/17/2009); Ron Carpio, self (06/17/2009); Richard Christensen, Self (06/17/2009); Danny Farrell, Self (06/17/2009); Emily Jenkins, Arizona Council of Human Service Providers (06/17/2009); Joseph Jones, Self (06/17/2009); David Landrith, Arizona Medical Association (06/16/2009); Richard Poppy, La Frontero Center, Inc. Arizona Opioid Coalition (06/17/2009); George Stavros, MD, Self (06/17/2009); Amanda Weaver, Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association (06/16/2009)Neutral: John Wentling, AZCDL (06/17/2009)   SB 1006      primary election date Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Decreases by one week the time between a primary election and a general election.Against Bill: Karen Osborne, Maricopa County Elections (06/12/2009); Jen Sweeney, Arizona Association of Counties (06/12/2009)   SB 1017      multiple sclerosis awareness special plates Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Creates multiple special license plates and special plate funds including the multiple sclerosis awareness special plate, the Arizona Masonic fraternity special plate, the childhood cancer research special plate and the hunger relief special plate.  Modifies donation requirements for the In God We Trust special plate.   SB 1018      burden of proof; emergency treatment. Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Requires the statutory elements of proof for medical malpractice cases related to certain emergency circumstances to be established by clear and convincing evidence.  Broadens the instances in which the existing clear and convincing evidence requirement for cases related to emergency labor and delivery applies.For Bill: Joseph Abate, AOMA,AHIMA.AZPMA,AZ Psychiatric Soc.&PhRMA (06/16/2009); Elaine Arena, Southwest Ambulance (06/12/2009); Steve Barclay, CIGNA HealthCare of Arizona & Mayo Clinic Arizona (06/15/2009); Elizabeth Baskett,  (06/17/2009); Allison Bell, Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry (06/15/2009); Kathi Beranek, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona (06/12/2009); Richard Bitner, AZ College of Emergency Physicians (06/17/2009); Michelle Bolton, National Federation of Independent Business (06/17/2009); Wendy Briggs, American Insurance Association (06/17/2009); Kathryn Busby, Arizona Association of Health Plans (06/16/2009); Susan Cannata, Arizona Academy of Family Physicians (06/17/2009); Michael  Celaya, City of Surprise (06/17/2009); Tom Dorn, East Valley Chamber Alliance (06/17/2009); Joe  Galli, Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce (02/11/2009); Joe Galli, Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce (03/11/2009); Courtney Gilstrap LeVinus, Central Arizona Chamber Coalition (06/12/2009); John Wayne Gonzales, City of Phoenix (06/17/2009); Stuart Goodman, Catholic Healthcare West (06/15/2009); Mary Griffith, R.N., Self (06/16/2009); Barry Halpern, Arizona Medical Association (06/15/2009); Ryan Harper, Abrazo Health Care and Vanguard Health Systems (06/14/2009); Rory Hays, Arizona Nurses' Association (06/13/2009); Don Isaacson, Arizona Optometric Association (06/17/2009); Jeffrey Kros, League of Cities and Towns (06/16/2009); Deanna Kupcik, Buckeye Valley Chamber of Commerce (06/17/2009); David Landrith, Arizona Medical Association (06/16/2009); Jake Logan, UnitedHealthcare of Arizona (06/17/2009); Lori Lustig, So. AZ Chamber of Commerce Alliance (06/16/2009); Catherine Mayorga, Tempe Chamber of Commerce (06/16/2009); Mitch Menlove, Arizona Healthcare Association (06/16/2009); Marcus Osborn, Arizona Manufacturers Council  (06/16/2009); Kathleen Pagels, Arizona Health Care Association (06/16/2009); Paul Parisi, Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce (06/16/2009); Sonya Pastor, SRP (06/17/2009); Tara Plese, Arizona Association of Community Health Centers (06/17/2009); Farrell Quinlan, West Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/17/2009); Gabriel Rushing, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (06/17/2009); Tara Sklar, Carondelet Health Network  (06/15/2009); Peggy Stemmler, AZ Chapter - American Academy of Pediatrics (06/16/2009); Susie Stevens, AZ Urgent Care Association (06/16/2009); Amanda Weaver, Arizona Osteopathic Medical Assn. (06/16/2009); Pete Wertheim, IASIS Healthcare  (06/16/2009)Against Bill: JoJene Mills, Arizona Trial Lawyers Association (06/16/2009)   SB 1032      bond contracts; technical correction Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Appropriates $255,778.25 to the Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA) for  payment of various claims made against state agencies.  For Bill: Alan Ecker, Arizona Department of Administration (06/16/2009); Anna Gaines, American Citizens United (06/15/2009)   SB 1047      child safety Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Expands the definitions of child abuse and neglect.  Modifies the requirements for entry of information into the Child Protective Services (CPS) case management system and central registry.For Bill: Susan Cannata, Arizona Academy of Family Physicians (06/17/2009); Herschella Horton, DES (06/16/2009); Emily Jenkins, Arizona Council of Human Service Providers (06/17/2009); Beth Rosenberg, Children's Action Alliance  (06/16/2009); Peggy Stemmler, AZ Chapter - American Academy of Pediatrics (06/16/2009); Pat VanMaanen, Self (06/18/2009)   SB 1050      motor vehicles; child restraint systems Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Requires a driver to restrain additional children in a child restraint system under certain circumstances.For Bill: Judy Bernas, Phoenix  Children's Hospital (06/17/2009); Wendy Briggs, American Insurance Assn. (06/17/2009); Susan Cannata, Arizona Academy of Family Physicians (06/17/2009); John Wayne Gonzales, City of Phoenix (06/17/2009); Stuart Goodman, AAA Arizona (06/15/2009); Linda Gorman, Self (06/17/2009); Kerry Hayden, Farmers Insurance Group of Companies (06/15/2009); Don Hughes, property and casualty insurance association (06/16/2009); Don Isaacson, State Farm Insurance (06/17/2009); Erin Kuroiwa, Self (06/17/2009); Beth Rosenberg, Children's Action Alliance  (06/16/2009); Peggy Stemmler, AZ Chapter - American Academy of Pediatrics (06/16/2009); Robert Ticer, Arizona Department of Public Safety (06/11/2009); Pat VanMaanen, Self (06/18/2009)   SB 1052      marriage dissolution; disposition of property Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Requires parties to file schedules of assets, debts and obligations in actions for dissolution of marriage, legal separation or annulment.  Establishes a presumption that property, debts and obligations under specified conditions were willfully concealed and outlines actions the court must take regarding the concealment.For Bill: Todd Franks, DRC and Self (06/10/2009); Michelle Greig, Self (06/10/2009); Cathi Herrod, Center for Arizona Policy (06/09/2009); Maria Lawrence, Self (06/10/2009); Kendra Leiby, Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence (06/10/2009); Teri Mello, Self (06/10/2009); Rachel Simion, Self (06/10/2009); Jane Snyder, Self (06/10/2009); Debi Vandenboom, Self (06/10/2009)Against Bill: Wendy Briggs, AZ Bankers Association (06/10/2009); Janna Day, State Bar of Arizona (06/09/2009); Steve Wolfson, State Bar of Arizona Family Law Section (06/10/2009)   SB 1059      organized retail theft Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Establishes the crime of organized retail theft as a class 4 felony.For Bill: Michelle Ahlmer, Arizona Retailers Association (06/16/2009); Rebecca Baker, Maricopa County Attorney's Office (06/17/2009); Nicholas Kesselhon, Safeway (06/17/2009); James Mann, Arizona Fraternal Order of Police (06/18/2009); Sam Orr II, Macys (06/17/2009); Stephanie Prybyl, International Council of Shopping Centers (06/17/2009); Michael Slupinski, Safeway (06/17/2009)   SB 1062      law enforcement officers; discipline procedures Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Establishes additional rights of law enforcement and probation officers regarding interviews the employer reasonably believes could result in dismissal, demotion or suspension.  Limits the ability of employers to modify appeals decisions and to include certain information in the public portion of the officer’s personnel file.For Bill: Judy Henkel, State Personnel Board  (06/17/2009); Don Isaacson, Fraternal Order of Police (06/17/2009); Kelsey Lundy, Arizona Police Association (06/17/2009); James Mann, Arizona Fraternal Order of Police (06/16/2009); John Ortolano, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 32 (06/16/2009); John Thomas, Arizona Association Chiefs of Police (06/16/2009)Neutral: Jen Sweeney, Arizona Sheriffs (06/16/2009)   SB 1073      population thresholds; counties Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Adjusts county population requirements.For Bill: Michael Racy, Pima County (06/16/2009)Against Bill: Ann Armstrong, Arizona Auto Theft Authority (06/16/2009)   SB 1074      election law amendments Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Makes numerous changes to election law.For Bill: Amy Bjelland, Arizona Secretary of State (06/11/2009); Richard Bohan, Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (06/15/2009); Jim Drake, Secretary of State (06/10/2009); Tim Holland, Self (06/15/2009); Karen Osborne, Maricopa County Elections (06/12/2009); Jen Sweeney, Arizona Association of Counties (06/12/2009)   SB 1088      domestic violence; dating relationships Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Expands the definition of domestic violence to include a current or previous romantic or sexual relationship.For Bill: Jami Cornish, Self (06/15/2009); Eric Ehst, National Organization for Women (06/15/2009); Rebekah Friend, Arizona AFL-CIO (06/15/2009); Katie Hobbs, Sojourner Center (06/14/2009); Ellen Katz, William E. Morris Institute for Justice (06/15/2009); Kendra Leiby, Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence (06/12/2009); Jodi Liggett,  (06/12/2009); Danielle Rothleutner, Self (06/13/2009); Greg Stanton, Arizona Attorney General's Office  (06/15/2009); Bobbi Sudberry, Self (06/15/2009); Amanda Weaver, Self (06/12/2009)   SB 1091      elections; special districts; technical correction Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Makes numerous changes to election law, including filing of nomination petitions for a presidential candidate, removing restrictions on contribution limitations, creating exemptions for the filing of financial disclosure requirements and decreasing the time to file actions relating to initiative and referendum.  Contains requirements for enactment for initiatives and referendums (Proposition 105).For Bill: Amy Bjelland, Arizona Secretary of State (06/11/2009); Jim Drake, Secretary of State (06/10/2009); Karen Osborne, Maricopa County Elections (06/12/2009); Jen Sweeney, Arizona Association of Counties (06/12/2009); Richard Winger, Coalition for Free & Equal Elections (06/15/2009)   SB 1097      emergency medical services; records; confidentiality Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Requires the Arizona Department of Health Services (DHS) to notify emergency services personnel under investigation of the ability to request the name of the person making the complaint and any documents relevant to the investigation.For Bill: Elaine Arena, Rural/Metro (06/16/2009); Mike Colletto, Professional Fire Fighters of AZ (06/17/2009); Mitch Menlove, Arizona Ambulance Association (06/16/2009); Kathleen Pagels, Arizona Health Care Assn (06/16/2009); Charlie Smith, Arizona Ambulance Association/ PMT Ambulance (06/17/2009); Mark Young, Town of Queen Creek (06/18/2009)Neutral: Duane Huffman, Arizona Department of Health Services (06/17/2009)   SB 1105      nursing board; omnibus Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Updates and makes changes to statutes relating to nursing practice and regulation, including modifying the powers, duties and membership of the Arizona State Board of Nursing (Board), revising the authority of the Executive Director of the Board, changing dates for licensure renewal, establishing disciplinary procedures and defining terms.For Bill: Elizabeth Baskett, Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (06/12/2009); Mary Griffith, R.N., Self (06/16/2009); Gregory Harris, Arizona State Board of Nursing (06/15/2009); Rory Hays, Arizona Nurses' Association (06/13/2009); Don Isaacson, Aging Services of Arizona (06/15/2009); Mitch Menlove, Arizona Health Care Association (06/16/2009); Kathleen Pagels, Arizona Health Care Assn (06/16/2009); Michael Racy, Pima Community Colleges (06/17/2009); Jo Ridenour, Arizona State Board of Nursing (06/17/2009)   SB 1106      domestic violence; child custody Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Makes changes to child custody determination factors involving an act of domestic violence.For Bill: Jami Cornish, Self (06/15/2009); Eric Ehst, National Organization for Women (06/15/2009); Katie Hobbs, Sojourner Center (06/14/2009); Ellen Katz, William E. Morris Institute for Justice (06/15/2009); Kendra Leiby, Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence (06/15/2009); Jodi Liggett,  (06/12/2009); Danielle Rothleutner, Self (06/13/2009); Joi Serota-Davenport, Self (06/15/2009); Greg Stanton, Arizona Attorney General's Office  (06/15/2009); Amanda Weaver, Self (06/12/2009)Neutral: Amy Love, Administrative Office of the Courts (06/15/2009)   SB 1115      animals; fighting Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Expands, to all animals, the offense of dog fighting, presence at a dog fight, and theft of a dog for the purpose of fighting. For Bill: Paul Ahler, Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys' Council (06/15/2009); Yvonne Anderson, Arizona Humane Society (06/15/2009); Ray Churay, Maricopa County Sheriff's Office (06/15/2009); John Wayne Gonzales, City of Phoenix (06/15/2009); Kari Nienstedt, The Humane Society of the United States (06/15/2009)   SB 1139      global position systems; committee extension Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Extends the Joint Legislative Study Committee on Global Position System Monitoring (Committee) to October 1, 2011.   SB 1147      greenhouse emissions; regulations; fuel economy Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Prohibits a state agency from adopting or enforcing rules for a state or regional program addressing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions or motor vehicle fuel economy regulation that is not expressly authorized by the Legislature, and requires the Director of the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) to provide a written report on any such program. For Bill: Penny Allee Taylor, Southwest Gas (06/15/2009); Philip Bashaw, Arizona Farm Bureau (06/14/2009); Allison Bell, Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry (06/15/2009); Tom Dorn, Peabody/American Coalition For Clean Coal Electricity (06/15/2009); Eric Emmert, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/15/2009); Molly Greene, SRP (06/15/2009); Jim Hartdegen,  Maricopa Stanfield Irrigation Dist. (06/08/2009); Tom Jones, Grand Canyon State Electric Cooperative Assn. (06/05/2009); Knox Kimberly, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (06/15/2009); Larry Lucero, Tucson Electric Power Co. (06/08/2009); David Martin, Arizona Chapter, Associated General Contractors (06/15/2009); Catherine Mayorga, Tempe Chamber of Commerce (06/09/2009); Paul Orme, Electrical Districts 3 & 4 of Pinal County (06/08/2009); Terry Ross, American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (06/09/2009); Gabriel Rushing, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (06/15/2009); Joe Sigg, Arizona Farm Bureau (06/12/2009); Susie Stevens, Western States Petroleum Association (06/15/2009); Grant Ward, Electrical District No. 3  of Pinal County (06/08/2009)Against Bill: Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club Grand Canyon Chapter (06/14/2009); Bettina Bickel, Self (06/07/2009); Diane Brown, Arizona PIRG (Public Interest Research Group) (06/15/2009); Barbara Burkholder, Self (06/15/2009); Michael Fiflis, Self (06/13/2009); Alisa McMahon, Self (06/13/2009); Pat VanMaanen, Self (06/15/2009)Neutral: Jim Buster, AZ Dept. of Environmental Quality (06/15/2009)   SB 1152      mental health services; court-ordered treatment Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Makes changes to husband and wife privileged communications relating to mental health hearings and changes procedures for court-ordered treatment. For Bill: Rebecca Baker, Maricopa County Attorney's Office (06/15/2009)   SB 1157      department of environmental quality; continuation Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Continues the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) for five years.For Bill: Bas Aja, Arizona Cattlemens Assoc (06/09/2009); Penny Allee Taylor, Southwest Gas (06/09/2009); Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club Grand Canyon Chapter (06/14/2009); Philip Bashaw, Arizona Farm Bureau (06/14/2009); Diane Brown, Arizona PIRG (Public Interest Research Group) (06/15/2009); Barbara Burkholder, Self (06/15/2009); Jim Buster, AZ Dept. of Environmental Quality (06/15/2009); Jo  Crumbaker, Maricopa County Air Quality Department (06/09/2009); Tom Dorn, Peabody/AmericanCoalitionForCleanCoalElectricity (06/15/2009); Eric Emmert, Arizona Planning Association (06/15/2009); Michael Fiflis, Self (06/13/2009); Molly Greene, SRP (06/15/2009); Yvonne Hunter, Pinnacle West Capital Corp/APS/SunCor (06/15/2009); Larry Lucero, Tucson Electric Power Company (06/15/2009); David Martin, Arizona Chapter, Associated General Contractors (06/10/2009); Alisa McMahon, Self (06/13/2009); Robert Shuler, Western Growers and AZ Crop Protection Association (06/09/2009); Joe Sigg, Arizona Farm Bureau (06/12/2009); Pat VanMaanen, Self (06/18/2009); Jim Vieregg, Abrams Airborne Mfg., Inc. of Tucson (06/15/2009)   SB 1225      water exchange contracts; technical correction Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Requires the Agricultural Best Management Practices Committee (Committee) to adopt dust control rules by June 30, 2010, for animal agriculture that will apply to regulated areas in Maricopa County. Retrotractive June 1, 2009, also stipulates that rules adopted that regulate animal agriculture and commerical farming in future PM-10 nonattainment  be adopted through the Committee's BMP process.  For Bill: Bas Aja, Arizona Cattlemens Association (06/15/2009); Philip Bashaw, Arizona Farm Bureau (06/14/2009); Rick Lavis, Arizona Cotton Growers Association (06/10/2009); Jeff Sandquist, United Dairymen of Arizona (06/15/2009); Robert Shuler, Western Growers;  (06/21/2009); Joe Sigg, Arizona Farm Bureau (06/12/2009); Nick Simonetta, Central Arizona Irrigation and Drainage District (06/14/2009)Against Bill: Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club - Grand Canyon Chapter (06/21/2009); Michael Fiflis, Self (06/20/2009); Alisa McMahon, Self (06/20/2009)Neutral: Mark Barnes, Pinal County Board of Supervisors (06/15/2009); Jim Buster, AZ Dept. of Environmental Quality (06/15/2009); Don Gabrielson, Pinal County Board of Supervisors (06/15/2009); Rory Hays, Maricopa County (06/13/2009); Spencer Kamps, Home Builders Association of Central Arizona (06/15/2009)   SB 1242      weapons; peace officers; posse; reserves Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): An emergency measure that allows a sheriff to authorize certain people to carry a deadly weapon without a concealed carry weapon (CCW) permit.  Excludes certain people from CCW permit training requirements and from misconduct involving weapons charges.  Increases the penalty for misconduct involving weapons related to terrorism.For Bill: Ray Churay, Maricopa County Sheriff's Office (06/10/2009); Don Isaacson, Fraternal Order of Police (06/10/2009); Fred Streeter, Self (06/05/2009); Jen Sweeney, Arizona Sheriffs Association (06/11/2009)Neutral: Lyle Mann, Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (06/10/2009)   SB 1246      CPS information Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Opens court proceedings regarding child abuse, abandonment or neglect resulting in fatality or near fatality and court records of the proceedings involving disclosure of Child Protective Services (CPS) information under certain circumstances.For Bill: Chris Moeser, Phoenix Newspapers, Inc. (06/17/2009); John Moody, Arizona Newspapers Association (06/17/2009)   SB 1253      felony murder; drive by shooting Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet):  Expands the felony murder classification to include a drive by shooting.For Bill: Paul Ahler, Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys' Council (06/15/2009); Rebecca Baker, Maricopa County Attorney's Office (06/15/2009)   SB 1254      anti-marital fact privilege; exception Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet):             Expands the circumstance under which an individual may be examined as a witness for or against his or her spouse for certain criminal offenses.For Bill: Paul Ahler, Self (06/15/2009); Rebecca Baker, Maricopa County Attorney's Office (06/15/2009); Terry DenDulk, Self (06/15/2009); Rhonda Litchfield, Self (06/15/2009); Robert uan, Self (06/15/2009)   SB 1256      aggregate mine reclamation; fees Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Purpose  Makes various administrative changes to the Arizona State Mine Inspector (ASMI) and the Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources (ADMMR) statutes.  Authorizes the ASMI to charge fees for education and training, as well as for substantial changes to approved reclamation plans. For Bill: Madan Singh, Department of Mines & Mineral Resources (06/15/2009); Laurie Swartzbaugh , Arizona State Mine Inspector (06/15/2009)   SB 1259      aggregate mine reclamation; initiation; extension Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Allows the State Mine Inspector (Inspector) to grant an extension to reclamation requirements that apply to aggregate mining if an owner or operator demonstrates a reasonable likelihood that mining will resume based on changing market conditions.For Bill: Russell Bowers, Arizona Rock Products Association (06/15/2009)Against Bill: Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club - Grand Canyon Chapter (06/21/2009); Michael Fiflis, Self (06/20/2009); Alisa McMahon, Self (06/20/2009)   SB 1260      aggregate mine reclamation law; exemption Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): An emergency measure that exempts certain aggregate mining sites from regulatory and reclamation provisions of state law based on specific conditions.For Bill: Russell Bowers, Arizona Rock Products Association (06/15/2009)Against Bill: Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club - Grand Canyon Chapter (06/21/2009); Michael Fiflis, Self (06/20/2009); Alisa McMahon, Self (06/20/2009)   SB 1262      workers' compensation; charges; dispute resolution Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Makes changes to certain Department of Insurance (DOI) filing schedules; changes the penalty and specifies the terms for a civil action in cases of employer misrepresentation to an insurer; requires the Industrial Commission to consider an employee’s earning capacity; requires physicians to provide information about off-label drug prescriptions upon request.For Bill: Michelle Ahlmer, Arizona Retailers Association (06/16/2009); Allison Bell, Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry (06/15/2009); Wendy Briggs, American Insurance Association (06/16/2009); Mike Colletto, Community Horizons (06/14/2009); Eric Emmert, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/16/2009); Courtney Gilstrap LeVinus, Central Arizona Chamber Coalition (06/15/2009); Jeff Gray, AZ Self Insurers Association (ASIA) (06/16/2009); Michael Preston Green, Boeing Company (06/16/2009); Trish Hart, Arizona Food Marketing Alliance (06/15/2009); Kerry Hayden, Farmers Insurance Group of Companies (06/16/2009); David Hernandez, Maricopa Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO (06/16/2009); Don Hughes, Property and Casualty Insurance Association (06/16/2009); Jack Lasota, SCF (06/16/2009); Catherine Mayorga, Tempe Chamber of Commerce (06/16/2009); Marcus Osborn, Arizona Manufacturers Council (06/16/2009); Sonya Pastor, SRP (06/16/2009); Farrell Quinlan, West Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/15/2009); Gabriel Rushing, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (06/16/2009)Against Bill: Darryl Engle, Self (06/16/2009); Terry Fox, Self (06/16/2009)Neutral: Scot Butler, Industrial Commission of Arizona (06/16/2009); Rebekah Friend, Arizona AFL-CIO (06/16/2009)   SB 1264      health professionals; disclosure Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Requires health professionals to disclose licensure credentials on advertising materials and designates a violation as unprofessional conduct.  Requires the disclosure to fully spell the title and designation of the health professional.For Bill: Rory Hays, Arizona Nurses' Association (06/13/2009); David Landrith, Arizona Medical Association (06/17/2009)   SB 1285      CPS information; redactions; challenges Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Stipulates that a legislator has standing to bring or join special actions regarding the release of Child Protective Services (CPS) information or to challenge the redaction of released CPS information on fatalities or near fatalities caused by abuse, abandonment or neglect.For Bill: Chris Moeser, Phoenix Newspapers, Inc. (06/17/2009); John Moody, Arizona Newspapers Association (06/17/2009)   SB 1288      CAGRD revenue bonding; sustainability policies. Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Increases the revenue bonding authority for the Central Arizona Water Conservation District and authorizes the district to establish annual membership dues to repay bonds issued by the district for groundwater replenishment purposes.  Makes other statutory changes relating to the administration of the district. For Bill: Allison Bell, Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry (06/15/2009); Susan Bitter Smith, Central Arizona Project Board of Directors (06/13/2009); Rob Dalager, Metro Water District (06/13/2009); Stuart Goodman, Southern Arizona Water Users Association (06/15/2009); Jeff Gray, City of Phoenix (06/15/2009); Molly Greene, SRP (06/15/2009); Shirley Gunther, City of Avondale (06/15/2009); Jim Hartdegen, Maricopa-Stanfield Irrigation Districts (06/12/2009); Tom Hennessy, Douglas Ranch/Trillium (06/15/2009); Patricia Hill, Arizona Municipal Water Users Association (06/15/2009); Don Isaacson, Central Arizona Project (06/15/2009); Ray Jones, Water Utilities Association of Arizona (06/15/2009); Spencer Kamps, Home Builders Association of Central Arizona (06/15/2009); Bridget Manock, City of Scottsdale (06/15/2009); Clifford  Neal, Central Arizona Project (06/15/2009); Steve Olson, AMWUA (06/15/2009); Greg Patterson, Water Utility Association of AZ (06/15/2009); Ryan  Peters, City of Glendale (06/10/2009); Michael Racy, Diamond Ventures (06/15/2009); Gabriel Rushing, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (06/15/2009); Jeff Sandquist, Robson Communities (06/15/2009); Warren Tenney, Self (06/15/2009); Suzanne Ticknor, Central Arizona Project (06/15/2009); Amber Wakeman, City of Tempe  (06/11/2009)Neutral: Fred Breedlove, ADWR (06/15/2009); Dana Tranberg, Global Water (06/15/2009)   SB 1290      wildfire suppression; payment of claims Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Modifies the Arizona State Forester’s authority to process wildfire reimbursement claims.For Bill: Elaine Arena, Rural/Metro (06/19/2009); Don Isaacson, Rural Metro (06/19/2009); Lee Miller, AZ Fire District Association (06/22/2009)Neutral: cam hunter, State Forester Vicki Christiansen (06/15/2009)   SB 1293      transportation system database; reporting date Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Requires the Director of the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) to mandate the recording of certificates of title for newly issued, transferred and corrected certificates through electronic media.For Bill: Bobbi Sparrow, AZ Automobile Dealers Assoc. (06/15/2009)   SB 1294      state land sales; default Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Modifies the procedure currently outlined in statute that applies to terms, interest rates, default and cancellation of the sale of state lands.  The bill also addresses interest and penalties that apply to delinquent leases.For Bill: Ben Alteneder, AZ State Land Department (06/22/2009); Eric Emmert, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/15/2009)   SB 1314      underground storage tanks; technical correction Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Transfers monies received by the Arizona Department of Administration to provide custodial and janitorial services in state owned or leased buildings.For Bill: Rebekah Friend, Arizona AFL-CIO (06/16/2009); David Hernandez, Maricopa Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO (06/16/2009); David Mendoza, AFSCME(06/16/2009)   SB 1318      geospatial data; geographic information council Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Establishes the Arizona Geographic Information Council (Council) in statute and prescribes its duties. Also, updates technological terminology in statute relating to geographic information systems and provides specifications for data sharing among public agencies.     For Bill: Ben Alteneder, AZ State Land Department (06/22/2009); Kevin Blake, Arizona Geographic Information Council (06/12/2009); John Wayne Gonzales, City of Phoenix (06/22/2009); Jana Hutchins, Arizona Geographic Information Council (06/12/2009); Gary Irish, Arizona Geographic Information Council (06/22/2009); Lucas Murray, Arizona Geographic Information Council (06/18/2009); Rudy Stricklan, Arizona Professional Land Surveryors Association (06/12/2009); Gene Trobia, Arizona Geographic Information Council (06/12/2009)   SB 1323      emergency mutual aid agreements Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet):             Allows a county, city, town or special district that provides water or wastewater services to enter into mutual aid agreements with private entities.For Bill: Arthur Chapa, Pima County Board of Supervisors (06/15/2009); Rob Dalager, Metro Water District (06/13/2009); Katie Decker, Town of Fountain Hills (06/16/2009); Stuart Goodman, Southern Arizona Water Users Association (06/15/2009); Jeff Gray, City of Phoenix (06/16/2009); Ryan Harper, Arizona American Water (06/12/2009); Dale Wiebusch, League of Arizona Cities and Towns (06/15/2009); Mark Young, Town of Queen Creek (06/16/2009)   SB 1326      safe haven providers; placement protocols Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Prescribes protocols for safe haven providers.  Allows private adoption agencies, instead of Child Protective Services (CPS) to take custody of and place for adoption an infant who is left with a safe haven provider.  Modifies signage requirements for certain safe haven providers.For Bill: Debra Brimhall, Self (06/17/2009); Beth Rosenberg, Children's Action Alliance (06/16/2009); Susie Stevens, AZ Urgent Care Association (06/16/2009)   SB 1336      afflicted persons; orders for transportation Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet):             Exempts sheriffs or law enforcement officers from the responsibility of transporting individuals afflicted or thought to be afflicted with tuberculosis and expands the list of transporters that are able to provide the transportation.  Stipulates that sheriffs or law enforcement officers maintain the responsibility of overseeing and ensuring that transportation needs are met.For Bill: Levi Bolton, Self (06/16/2009); Kelsey Lundy, Arizona Police Association, Associated Highway Patrolmen of Arizona and Phoenix Law Enforcement Association (06/16/2009)Neutral: Duane Huffman, Arizona Department of Health Services (06/17/2009)   SB 1363      homeowners' associations; foreclosures; voting rights Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Limits the right of a declarant of a planned community to vote for a board of directors (board) under certain circumstances.   SB 1384      state aviation fund Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Revises the formula used for the awarding of grants from the State Aviation Fund (Fund) for the management of airport facilities and allows for Indian reservations to receive airport facilities funding. For Bill: Kevin Biesty, ADOT (06/15/2009); Mike Gardner, AZ Airports Assoc., & Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport (06/15/2009); John Wayne Gonzales, City of Phoenix (06/16/2009); Joseph Husband, Arizona Airports Association (06/16/2009); Michael Racy, Tucson Airport Authority, AzAirports Assn, Marana Regional Airport (06/16/2009)Against Bill: Eric Emmert, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/16/2009)   SB 1400      dental assistants; community oral health Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet):             Allows affiliated dental hygienists to perform dental hygiene procedures on eligible adults in addition to children.  Further defines the aspects of an affiliated practice relationship and clarifies the role and requirements of the affiliated dentist and the affiliated dental hygienist.For Bill: Debbie Campbell, Self/ASDHA Board of Trustees (06/15/2009); Cindy Chillock, Arizona State Dental Hygienist Association (06/16/2009); Kathleen Dowler, Catholic Healthcare West (06/17/2009); Ted  Downing, Self (06/16/2009); Maureen Eichenberg, Self (06/16/2009); Jan Grutzius, Arizona State Dental Hygienist Association (06/16/2009); Kelsey Lundy, Arizona State Dental Hygienist Association (06/16/2009); Mitch Menlove, Arizona Health Care Association (06/16/2009); Janet Midkiff, Self (06/15/2009)Against Bill: Kevin Earle, Arizona Dental Association (06/17/2009); Dr. Brian Powley, Self, and Arizona Dental Association (06/17/2009)Neutral: Tara Plese, Arizona Association of Community Health Centers (06/17/2009)   SB 1406      vehicle insurance proof; vehicle registration                       (Now: vehicle registration; proof of insurance) Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Requires a person who has a third or subsequent violation within three years for not producing proof of financial responsibility to submit proof of financial responsibility before the driver license, registration and license plates are reinstated.  Allows a court to reduce or waive a penalty imposed due to financial responsibility laws if a person meets certain conditions.For Bill: Kristen Boilini, Arizona Agents Alliance (06/10/2009); Erica Franko, AZ Agents Alliance Assoc (06/10/2009); Rich Franko, AZ Agents Alliance Assoc (06/10/2009); Lanny Hair, Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of Az (06/05/2009); Mark Hutchings, Agents Alliance of AZ. (06/10/2009); Don Isaacson, State Farm Insurance (06/10/2009); Nick Simonetta, Arizona Agent's Alliance (06/09/2009)Neutral: Kevin Biesty, ADOT (06/10/2009); Jerry Landau, Administrative Office of the Courts (06/10/2009)   SB 1414      theft; catalytic converter Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Classifies, as a class 4 felony, theft of a catalytic converter regardless of its value.For Bill: Ann Armstrong, Arizona Auto Theft Authority (06/15/2009); Rebecca Baker, Maricopa County Attorney's Office (06/15/2009); Ray Churay, Maricopa County Sheriff's Office (06/15/2009); John Wayne Gonzales, City of Phoenix (06/15/2009); Kerry Hayden, Farmers Insurance Group of Companies (06/15/2009)   SB 1421      special districts; secondary levy limits Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Establishes statutory levy limits for secondary property taxes that are levied by fire districts. For Bill: Michelle Ahlmer, Arizona Retailers Association (06/10/2009); Penny Allee Taylor, Southwest Gas (06/10/2009); Walter Dudley, Self (06/10/2009); John Flynn, Arizona Urban Fire District Assoc. (06/10/2009); Kevin McCarthy, Arizona Tax Research Association (06/10/2009); Lee Miller, Az Fire District Association (06/10/2009); Jeff Sandquist, NAIOP (06/10/2009); Russell Smoldon, SRP (06/10/2009)Against Bill: Barry Aarons, Apache and Greenlee Counties (06/10/2009); Mark Barnes, County Supervisors Association (06/10/2009); Heather Bernacki, Yuma County (06/09/2009); Kristen Boilini, Arizona Librarians Association (06/10/2009); Denise Keller, Arizona Library Association (06/10/2009); Michael Racy, Pima County (06/10/2009)   SB 1423      parental rights; termination; hearing Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Removes the ability of a person who is charged with engaging in prostitution with a minor to base the person’s defense on a claim that the defendant could not reasonably have known the age of the minor and prescribes penalties for the offense.For Bill: Peggy Bilsten, Self (06/17/2009); Cathi Herrod, Center for Arizona Policy (06/17/2009)   SB 1427      schools; instructional technology; fees; deposit Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Authorizes school district governing boards to assess reasonable fees and damage deposits for instructional technology issued directly to students.For Bill: Charles Essigs, Az Association of School Business Officials (06/10/2009); Art Harding, Self (06/10/2009); Janice Palmer, Arizona School Boards Association (06/10/2009); Sam Polito, Tucson Area School Districts (06/10/2009); Michael Smith, Arizona School Administrators (06/09/2009)   SB 1437      schools; gun safety instructors; certification Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Expands certified firearm safety instructors for the Arizona Gun Safety Program Course to include instructors certified by a national association of firearms owners.For Bill: Dave Kopp, Arizona Citizens Defense League, Inc. (06/21/2009); Jennifer Martin, Arizona Game and Fish Commission (06/16/2009); John Wentling, Arizona Citizens Defense League (06/17/2009)   SB 1440      minors in vehicle; smoking prohibited Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Creates a nonmoving civil traffic violation for smoking in a vehicle with a minor present.For Bill: Colby Bower, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (06/16/2009); Raul  Gonzalez, Self (03/24/2009); Pat VanMaanen, Self (06/15/2009); Tim Vaske, American Heart Association (06/17/2009)Against Bill: Dave Kopp, Arizona Citizens Defense League, Inc. (06/16/2009); John Wentling, AZCDL (06/17/2009)   SB 1443      cellular telephone use; texting; driving Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Establishes a $50 civil penalty for a person using a cellular phone to send or receive a written message while operating a motor vehicle and a $200 civil penalty if the person is involved in an accident. For Bill: Stuart Goodman, AAA Arizona (06/15/2009); Knox Kimberly, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (06/17/2009); Barbara Meaney, Verizon Wireless (06/16/2009)Against Bill: Dave Kopp, Arizona Citizens Defense League, Inc. (06/16/2009); Pamela Pearson, Self (06/18/2009); John Wentling, Arizona Citizens Defense League (06/17/2009)Neutral: Susan Anable, Cox Communications (06/16/2009)   SB 1449      applicability; self-defense Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): An emergency measure that specifies statutory changes relating to justification defenses that were enacted as an emergency measure in 2006, apply to all cases in which the defendant did not plead guilty or no contest, and that were pending at the time the changes were enacted.For Bill: Gary Christensen, Arizona State Rifle & Pistol Association (06/17/2009); Debora Fish, Self (06/17/2009); Raul  Gonzalez, Self (03/24/2009); Dave Kopp, Arizona Citizens Defense League, Inc. (06/16/2009); Mel McDonald, Self (06/17/2009); Todd Rathner, National Rifle Association (06/17/2009); John Wentling, Arizona Citizens Defense League (06/17/2009)Against Bill: Paul Ahler, Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys' Council (06/15/2009); Kathleen Mayer, Pima County Attorney's Office (06/17/2009); Greg Stanton, Arizona Attorney General's Office  (06/16/2009); Dale Wiebusch, League of Arizona Cities and Towns (06/16/2009)   SB 1459      cold case reporting; victim reports Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet):  Requires a law enforcement agency that has a cold case to establish and maintain a cold case register.For Bill: Ray Churay, Maricopa County Sheriff's Office (06/15/2009); Mike Durham, Mike Durham, Pat Krahn, 2nd Spoken Voice (06/18/2009); Mary Marshall, Arizona Criminal Justice Commission (06/15/2009); Jen Sweeney, Arizona Sheriffs  (06/12/2009); John Thomas, Arizona Association Chiefs of Police (06/14/2009)   SB 1466      council on efficient government Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Creates the Council on Efficient Government (Council) and details the duties and responsibilities of the Council.  Sets a repeal date of January 1, 2020. For Bill: Susan Anable, Cox Communications (06/14/2009); Allison Bell, Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry (06/15/2009); Michelle Bolton, NFIB/Arizona (06/15/2009); Tom Dorn, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/15/2009); Eric Emmert, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/16/2009); Leonard Gilroy, Reason Foundation (06/16/2009); Marcus Osborn, Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry (06/16/2009)   SCM 1002  statewide strategy; restoring Arizona's forests Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Urges the Director of the United States Forest Service and the Governor of Arizona to validate and institutionalize the agreements reached in the Statewide Strategy for Restoring Arizona Forests and the Analysis of Small-Diameter Wood Supply in Northern Arizona.For Bill: Vicki Christiansen, Arizona Division of Forestry (06/15/2009); Tom Dorn, San Carlos Apache Tribe (06/15/2009); Russell Smoldon, SRP (06/15/2009)   SCR 1006  state appropriation limit; reduction Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Upon voter approval, specifies methods for determining maximum limits on state appropriations for FY 2010-2011 and each year after.For Bill: Barry Aarons, Americans for Tax Reform (06/16/2009); Steve Voeller, Arizona Free Enterprise Club (06/16/2009)Against Bill: Julia Bacon, Self (06/09/2009); Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club - Grand Canyon Chapter (06/16/2009); Elizabeth Baskett, Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (06/08/2009); Jack Beveridge, Arizona Public Health Assoc (06/16/2009); Jerry Boehm, Arizona Council of Human Service Providers (06/16/2009); Barbara Burkholder, Self (06/15/2009); Nancy Compton, Self (06/09/2009); Jim DiCello, Paradise Valley School District (06/13/2009); Sandra Ditsch, Self (06/09/2009); Sheila Donovan, Self (06/09/2009); Eric Ehst, National Organization for Women (06/16/2009); Charles Essigs, Arizona Association of School Business Officials (06/12/2009); Michael Fiflis, Self (06/13/2009); Jacqui Flowers, Self (06/16/2009); Rebekah Friend, Arizona AFL-CIO (06/16/2009); Anne Greenberg, Self (06/09/2009); Ryan Harper, Vanguard Health Systems (06/12/2009); Emily Jenkins, Arizona Council of Human Service Providers (06/16/2009); Ellen Katz, W illiam E. Morris Institute for Justice (06/16/2009); Melissa Keckler, Voters of Arizona (06/09/2009); Jennifer Loredo, Arizona Education Association (06/16/2009); Kay Martin, Self (06/15/2009); Mike McCoy, Self (06/16/2009); Alisa McMahon, Self (06/13/2009); Dana Naimark, Children's Action Alliance (06/15/2009); Janice Palmer, Arizona School Boards Association (06/16/2009); Nicole Parkinson, Self (06/16/2009); Tara Plese, Arizona Association of Community Health Centers (06/16/2009); Sam Polito, Tucson Area School Districts (06/15/2009); Beth Sauer, Arizona School Boards Assoc. (06/16/2009); Timothy Schmaltz, Protecting Arizona's Family Coalition (PAFCO) (06/16/2009); Vicki Simer, Self (06/16/2009); Laurie Smith, Self (06/08/2009); Jerry Spreitzer, Arizona Federation of Teachers (06/16/2009); Jacki Taylor, Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness (06/16/2009); Francesca Thomas, Self (06/09/2009); Pat VanMaanen, Self (06/15/2009); Michelle Young, Self (06/16/2009)   SCR 1009  voter-protection; temporary budgetary suspension Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Subject to voter approval, constitutionally grants the Legislature authority, in order to avoid a budget deficit, to appropriate or divert funds created or enacted by an initiative or referendum.  For Bill: Barry Aarons, Americans for Tax Reform (06/16/2009); Heather Bernacki, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/09/2009); Tom Dorn, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/15/2009); Eric Emmert, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/16/2009); Catherine Mayorga, Tempe Chamber of Commerce (06/16/2009); Farrell Quinlan, West Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/16/2009); Gabriel Rushing, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (06/09/2009); Steve Voeller, Arizona Free Enterprise Club (06/16/2009)Against Bill: Julia Bacon, Self (06/09/2009); Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club - Grand Canyon Chapter (06/16/2009); Elizabeth Baskett, Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (06/08/2009); Jack Beveridge, Arizona Public Health Association (06/16/2009); Jerry Boehm, Arizona Council of Human Service Providers (06/16/2009); Colby Bower, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (06/16/2009); Diane Brown, Arizona PIRG (Public Interest Research Group) (06/15/2009); Jerry Burch, Self (06/16/2009); Barbara Burkholder, Self (06/15/2009); Nancy Compton, Self (06/09/2009); Jim DiCello, Paradise Valley School District (06/13/2009); Sheila Donovan, Self (06/09/2009); Eric Ehst, National Organization for Women (06/16/2009); Ann Eschinger, Clean Elections Institute (06/08/2009); Charles Essigs, Arizona Association of School Business Officials (06/12/2009); Michael Fiflis, Self (06/13/2009); Tom Finnerty, Saint Vincent de Paul Society (06/09/2009); Rebekah Friend, Arizona AFL-CIO (06/16/2009); Anne Greenberg, Self (06/09/2009); Ryan Harper, Vanguard Health Systems (06/12/2009); Shannon Harper, Planned Parenthood Arizona (06/16/2009); Becky Hill, Scottsdale Unified School District (06/16/2009); Emily Jenkins, Arizona Council of Human Service Providers (06/16/2009); Sandra Junck Carpenter, Early Childhood Development and Health Board-FTF (06/16/2009); Ellen Katz, Willaim E. Morris Institute for Justice (06/16/2009); Melissa Keckler, Voters of Arizona (06/09/2009); Todd Lang, Citizens Clean Elections Commission (06/16/2009); Bruce Liggett, ResCare (06/16/2009); Jennifer Loredo, Arizona Education Association (06/16/2009); Kay Martin, Self (06/15/2009); Gini McGirr, League of Women Voters of Arizona (06/07/2009); Alisa McMahon, Self (06/13/2009); Dana Naimark, Children's Action Alliance (06/15/2009); Kari Nienstedt, The Humane Society of the United States (06/09/2009); Janice Palmer, Arizona School Boards Association (06/16/2009); Tara Plese, Arizona Association of Community Health Centers (06/16/2009); Sam Polito, Tucson Area School Districts (06/15/2009); Beth Sauer, Arizona School Boards Assoc, (06/16/2009); Timothy Schmaltz, Protecting Arizona's Family Coalition (PAFCO) (06/16/2009); Laurie Smith, Self (06/08/2009); Brian Spicker, Valley of the Sun United Way (06/16/2009); Jerry Spreitzer, Arizona Federation of Teachers (06/16/2009); Jacki Taylor, AZ Coalition to End Homelessness (06/16/2009); Francesca Thomas, Self (06/09/2009); Pat VanMaanen, Self (06/15/2009); Tim Vaske, American Heart Association (06/16/2009); Magill Weber, The Nature Conservancy (06/15/2009); Susan Wilkins, Association for Supportive Child Care (06/16/2009); Mike Williams, Arizona Clean Elections Commission (06/16/2009)   SCR 1025  publicly financed elections; prohibition Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Subject to voter approval, constitutionally prohibits taxpayer money from being used to fund any political candidate or campaign for statewide office or a legislative office.For Bill: Allison Bell, Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry (06/15/2009); Royce Flora, Self (06/15/2009); Steve Voeller, Arizona Free Enterprise Club (06/15/2009)Against Bill: Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club Grand Canyon Chapter (06/14/2009); Diane Brown, Arizona PIRG (Public Interest Research Group) (06/15/2009); Linda Brown, Arizona Advocacy Network (06/15/2009); Eric Ehst, National Organization for Women (06/15/2009); Ann Eschinger, Clean Elections Institute (06/15/2009); Michael Fiflis, Self (06/13/2009); Tom Finnerty, Self (06/15/2009); Rebekah Friend, Arizona AFL-CIO (06/15/2009); John Kromko, Self (06/15/2009); Todd Lang, Citizens Clean Elections Commission (06/15/2009); Juan Marquez, Self (06/15/2009); Alisa McMahon, Self (06/13/2009); Mike Williams, Arizona Clean Elections Commission (06/15/2009)   SCR 1026  secret ballot; fundamental right Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Subject to voter approval, guarantees the right of individuals to vote by secret ballot.For Bill: Penny Allee Taylor, Southwest Gas (06/13/2009); Susan Anable, Cox Communications (06/14/2009); Elaine Arena, Printing Industries Assn., of Arizona (06/12/2009); Jason Bagley, Intel Corporation (06/13/2009); Steve Barclay, Beer and Wine Distributors of Arizona (06/11/2009); Elizabeth Baskett, Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (06/11/2009); Allison Bell, Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry (06/15/2009); Heather Bernacki, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/15/2009); Judy Bernas, Phoenix Children's Hospital (06/15/2009); Jason Bezozo, Banner Health (06/15/2009); Michelle Bolton, NFIB/Arizona (06/15/2009); Joe Galli, Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce (06/12/2009); Courtney Gilstrap LeVinus, Central Arizona Chamber Coalition (06/15/2009); Raul  Gonzalez, Self (03/24/2009); Sydney Hay, AMIGOS Trade Association (06/15/2009); Sharolyn Hohman, Self (06/12/2009); Tim Holland, Food Services of America (06/15/2009); Don Isaacson, Fraternal Order of Police  (06/15/2009); John Kaites, Cox Communications (06/15/2009); Deanna Kupcik, Buckeye Valley Chamber of Commerce (06/12/2009); Lori Lustig, So. AZ Chamber of Commerce Alliance (06/15/2009); James Mann, Arizona Fraternal Order of Police (06/15/2009); David Martin, Arizona Chapter, Associated General Contractors (06/11/2009); David Maurer, Prescott Chamber of Commerce (06/12/2009); Catherine Mayorga, Tempe Chamber of Commerce (06/15/2009); Dianne McCallister, Arizona Hotel and Lodging Association (06/15/2009); Tim Mooney, Save Our Secret Ballot (06/15/2009); Jim Norton, Goodrich Corp (06/15/2009); Marcus Osborn, Arizona Manufacturers Council  (06/15/2009); Paul Parisi, Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce (06/12/2009); Farrell Quinlan, West Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (06/11/2009); Sarah Raybon, Self (06/15/2009); Gabriel Rushing, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (06/15/2009); Lyn Thomas, Self (06/15/2009); Shelly Tunis, Yuma Fresh Vegetable Association (06/11/2009); Steve Voeller, Arizona Free Enterprise Club (06/15/2009); Rip Wilson, WalMart Stores (06/10/2009)Against Bill: Mike Colletto, Community Horizons (06/14/2009); Eric Ehst, National Organization for Women (06/15/2009); Rebekah Friend, Arizona AFL-CIO (06/15/2009); Jennifer Loredo, Arizona Education Association (06/15/2009)Neutral: Clint Bolick, Goldwater Institute (06/15/2009)      ---------- DOCUMENT FOOTER ---------“For” and “Against” data on bills is derived from information provided by the public to the Request to Speak system and is current as of   the date listed.Page 1 of 21 ---------- DOCUMENT FOOTER ---------
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