Forty-ninth Legislature

Second Regular Session

 

ARIZONA STATE SENATE

 

ACTIVE CALENDAR COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

 

March 25, 2010

 

                                  SB 1098       Arizona manufactured firearms; regulation.

 

 

Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): States that a personal firearm, firearm accessory or ammunition manufactured in this state and remaining within the borders of this state is not subject to federal law or federal regulation.

For Bill: Gary Brite, Self (02/01/2010); Richard Davis, Self (02/01/2010); Dustin Deppe, Self (01/22/2010); Sydney Hay, Self (01/31/2010); Dave Kopp, Arizona Citizens Defense League, Inc. (01/28/2010); Arno Naeckel, Self (02/01/2010); Fred Streeter, Self (01/20/2010); John Wentling, AZCDL (01/28/2010)

Against Bill: Jannette Brickman, Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence (02/01/2010)

Neutral: Matthew Dogali, The National Rifle Association (01/25/2010)

 

 

 

 

                                  SB 1195       state land department; fees; funds

 

 

Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Allows the Arizona State Land Department Commissioner (Commissioner) to establish  application and other administrative fees by rule, and redirects those monies from the state General Fund to the Trust Land Management Fund. Repeals the section of law that prescribes statuory fee amounts for application and administrative fees. The Commissioner’s authority to adopt fees under the new law begins July 1, 2010.  As session law, exempts the Commissioner from rulemaking requirements for one year in order maintain fee amounts at current levels.  Makes other statutory changes relating to department funds and administration.

For Bill: Maria Baier, Arizona State Land Department (03/08/2010); Heather Bernacki, American Planning Association Arizona Chapter (02/22/2010); Patrick Bray, AZ Cattlemens Assoc. (03/05/2010); Eric Emmert, Arizona Planning Association (02/22/2010); Vanessa Hickman, Arizona State Land Department (02/22/2010); Richard Hubbard, Valley Partnership (02/22/2010)

Against Bill: Bryan Ginter, Self (02/22/2010)

Neutral: Spencer Kamps, Self (02/22/2010)

 

 

 

 

                                  SB 1216       oral anticancer medication; coverage

 

 

Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Requires health insurers that provide coverage for both cancer chemotherapy treatment and orally administered anticancer medication to provide the coverage without imposing additional cost sharing requirements for the use of orally administered medication than those for chemotherapy administered intravenously or via injection.

For Bill: Colby Bower, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (02/09/2010); Sharlene Bozack, American Cancer Society Cancer Network (02/10/2010); Kirsten Butzow, Susan G. Komen for the Cure (02/10/2010); Carol  Cullivan, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Southern Arizona (02/09/2010); Kevin B. DeMenna, American Cancer Society, Cancer Action Network (02/09/2010); Ryan DeMenna, American Cancer Society, Cancer Action Network (02/09/2010); Mary Dokes, Susan G Komen for the Cure (02/10/2010); Bryan Ginter, Self (02/09/2010); Gaspar Laca, GlaxoSmithKline (02/10/2010); Barbara Lussenhop, Genentech (02/10/2010); Abigail Midgette, Susan G. Komen (02/10/2010); Susan Priest, Susan G Komen for the Cure, Southern AZ (02/09/2010); Brett Skaugstad, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (02/10/2010); Susie Stevens, Genentech (02/10/2010); Charles Thompson, Susan G. Komen For the Cure (02/10/2010); Beverly Tirado, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (02/10/2010); Krista Walker, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (02/10/2010)

Against Bill: Allison Bell, Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry (02/10/2010); Michelle Bolton, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (02/10/2010); Don Hughes, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona (02/10/2010); Jake Logan, United HealthCare of Arizona (02/10/2010); Kelsey Lundy, United Healthcare (02/10/2010)

Neutral: Mark Boesen, Arizona Pharmacy Alliance and The Apothecary Shops (02/10/2010); Mindy Rasmussen, Arizona Pharmacy Alliance (02/10/2010); Karlene Wenz, Department of Insurance (02/10/2010)

 

 

 

 

                                  SB 1232       outsourcing; state service positions; prohibition.

                                    (S/E:  civil rights; discrimination; employment)

 

Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Conforms Arizona civil rights statutes with federal law.

For Bill: Virginia Brant, AASRA (02/24/2010); David Carey, Arizona Bridge to Independent Living (02/21/2010); Sherri Collins, AZ Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (02/24/2010); Bonnie Danowski, Arizona Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society (02/21/2010); James Danowski, Self (02/21/2010); Tony DiRienzi, Statewide Independent Living Council (02/24/2010); Rebekah Friend, Arizona AFL-CIO (02/24/2010); Bryan Ginter, Self (02/22/2010); Donna Kruck, ABIL (02/24/2010); Jim Minehan, Self (02/24/2010); Dr. Danny Openden, Self (02/23/2010); Kimberly Phillips, Self (02/25/2010); Robin Quinn, Self (03/22/2010); Peri Jude Radecic, Arizona Center for Disability Law (02/23/2010); Timothy Schmaltz, Protecting Arizona's Family Coalition (02/25/2010); Char Ugol, Self (02/24/2010); Daniella Yaloz, Just Vote Arizona Disability Coalition (02/25/2010)

 

 

 

 

                                  SB 1242       employer protections; labor relations

 

 

Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Outlines regulations regarding unlawful picketing, trespassory assembly and unlawful mass assembly and establishes a no trespass public notice list.

For Bill: Allison Bell, Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry (03/08/2010); Tom Dorn, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (02/16/2010); Eric Emmert, East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (02/09/2010); Barbara Fanning, Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (02/12/2010); Buffalo Rick Galeener, Self (02/12/2010); Mark Minter, Arizona Builders' Alliance (02/09/2010); Marcus Osborn, AZ Chamber and Arizona Manufacturers Council (03/08/2010); Farrell Quinlan, National Federation of Independent Business - Arizona (03/08/2010); Christopher Smith, Cox Communications (02/05/2010); Jeffrey Toppel, Arizona Chamber of Commerce (03/08/2010)

Against Bill: Jennifer Allen, Border Action Network (02/16/2010); Seth Apfel, Self (02/16/2010); Shelly Baker, Arizona Association of County Recorders (02/09/2010); Mike Colletto, Community Horizons (02/09/2010); Chuck Foy, Arizona Correctional Peace Officers Association (02/15/2010); Rebekah Friend, Arizona AFL-CIO (03/04/2010); Bryan Ginter, Self (02/15/2010); Jennifer Loredo, Arizona Education Association (03/05/2010); Molly McGovern, SEIU Arizona (03/02/2010); Alessandra  Meetze, ACLU of Arizona (02/15/2010); Jen Sweeney, Arizona Association of Counties (03/04/2010); Wylie Timmerman, Self (03/08/2010)

Neutral: Lora  Andikkopoulos, Self (03/04/2010); Nicole Stickler,  (03/08/2010)

 

 

 

 

                                  SB 1282       affiliated charter schools

 

 

Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): Authorizes charter schools to grant enrollment preference to students of another charter school through written agreements.

For Bill: Hugh Hallman, Self (02/03/2010)

Against Bill: Bryan Ginter, Self (02/15/2010)

Neutral: Justin Olson, Arizona Tax Research Association (02/17/2010)

 

 

 

 

                                  SB 1310       JTEDs; omnibus

 

 

Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): An emergency measure making numerous changes related to Joint Technological Education Districts (JTEDs).

For Bill: Stan Barnes, East Valley Institute of Technology (02/15/2010); Greg Donovan, Self (02/17/2010); Charles Essigs, AZ Association of School Business Officials (02/16/2010); Doris N. Flax, League of Women Voters of Arizona and Self (02/17/2010); Art Harding, Arizona Department of Education (02/17/2010); Jac Heiss, Coconino Assoc. for Vocations, Industry and Technology (CAVIAT) (02/17/2010); Gretchen Jacobs, Consortium of Arizona JTEDs (02/17/2010); Marv Lamer, Valley Academy for Career and Technology Ed (02/16/2010); Ron Lee, Northeast Arizona Technological Institute of Vocational ED (02/17/2010); Gini McGirr, Self (02/17/2010); Mark Minter, Arizona Builders' Alliance (02/17/2010); Janice Palmer, AZ School Boards Association (02/10/2010); Sam Polito, JTED Consortium (02/17/2010); Beth Sauer, Arizona School Boards Assoc. (02/17/2010); Troy Thygerson, Self (02/17/2010)

Against Bill: Bryan Ginter, Self (02/15/2010); Justin Olson, Arizona Tax Research Association (02/17/2010)

 

 

 

 

                                  SB 1444       campaign finance; independent expenditures.

 

 

Purpose (For more information see Fact Sheet): An emergency measure that establishes registration, notification and disclosure requirements for corporations, limited liability companies and labor organizations regarding independent expenditures in candidate campaigns.

For Bill: Allison Bell, Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry (02/22/2010); Amy Bjelland, Arizona Secretary of State (02/22/2010); Janna Day, Self (02/22/2010); Jim Drake, Secretary of State (02/22/2010); Walter F Dudley, Arizona Society of Practicing Accountants (02/22/2010); Bryan Ginter, Self (02/22/2010); Jennifer Loredo, Arizona Education Association (02/22/2010); Molly McGovern, SEIU Arizona (02/22/2010); Marcus Osborn, AZ Chamber of Commerce /AZ Manufacturing Council (02/22/2010); Farrell Quinlan, National Federation of Independent Business - Arizona (02/22/2010)

Neutral: Todd Lang, Citizens Clean Elections Commission (02/22/2010)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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