AZRRT HOW THEY VOTED REPORT  By Jose Borrajero

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The following table contains the results of recent votes on bills we are tracking. This information could be very valuable at election time, to evaluate whether candidates’ campaign rhetorics are supported or contradicted by their actions.

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 180309-1230 AZRRT HOW-THEY-VOTED REPORT

The following table contains the results of recent votes on bills we are tracking. This information could be very valuable at election time, to evaluate whether candidates’ campaign rhetoric are supported or contradicted by their actions.

(*) To see exactly how every legislator voted, click on BILL SEARCH to access bill overview, enter bill number, and then scroll down to the vote you are interested in.

BILL # AND SHORT TITLE

WHERE

DATE

 

SPONSOR AND/OR WHAT THE BILL DOES

 

RESULTS (*)

P=PASSED

F=FAILED

SB1466 - voting centers; board of supervisors

Senate Third Reading

03/07/2018

Gray - Only our board of supervisors may designate 'ballot centers' and 'early ballot drop off locations'. Only the board of supervisors may designate the manner in which ballots are handled at the polls.

P-29-0-1

SB1289 - schools; national motto; state motto


 

House Education Committee

03-06-2018

G.Griffin

Allows teachers to post “in god We Trust” and “Ditat Deus” (means god enriches) in class rooms

This will probably not pass a constitutional challenge

Passed Senate 17-13

P-8-2-0

HB2099 - state budget; estimates; notice.

Senate Appropriations

03/06/2018

Leach – Was never intended as a limit on government spending. As introduced, it only required government to inform the public if spending went over a level based on growth and inflation. As amended, it fails to do that because it has 17 undefined “emergency” exceptions, which can hide a lot of extra spending. Still a nice feel good bill and a decent starting point

Passed House 34-25

P-5-4-1

SB1047 - appropriation; state fire school

House Appropriations

03/07/2018

Griffin – Continues funding of the state fire school

Passed Senate 28-1

P-11-0-0

SB1152 - education; appropriation; noncustodial federal monies

House Appropriations

03/07/2018

Allen, S – Authorizes the Legislature to specify the use of noncustodial federal monies appropriated to the Department of Education

Passed Senate 17-12

P-6-5-0

SB1008 - common schools; average daily membership

House Appropriations

03/07/2018

Petersen - Include total hours in calculation of ADM for students

Passed Senate 29-0

P-11-0-0

SB1247 - health insurance; mandated provision prohibited

House Local and International Affairs

03/07/2018

Barto - Prohibits a city, town or county from requiring employers to provide health insurance to their employees. Nothing here to prevent them from doing it voluntarily

NONE

SB1147 - county excise tax for transportation.

House Transportation and Infrastructure

03/07/2018

Worsley – This taxing scheme is in addition to what the counties can already assess.

Passed Senate 24-6

All 6 NO votes came from conservative Republicans

P-7-0-0

SB1385 - tax appeals; administrative hearings; confidentiality

House Ways and Means

03/07/2018

Farnsworth, D – Increases the options taxpayers have in disputes with the Dept.of Revenue

Passed Senate 30-0

P-8-0-0

HB2065 - public meetings; definition; penalties

Senate Government

03/07/2018

Leach – Minutes of public meetings must include how each member voted. Expands definition of open meetings. Updates definitions and penalties. General housekeeping

Passed House 55-2

P-6-1-0

HB2333 - home-based businesses; local regulation

Senate Government

03/07/2018

Wenninger – Restricts regulation of home based businesses except to protect public health and safety. MAY ALLOW TOO MUCH INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY IN RESIDENTIAL AREA

Passed House 36-20

NONE

SB1098 - industrial hemp; licensing

House Land, Agriculture and Rural Affairs

03/08/2018

Borrelli – Removes prohibition against industrial hemp. Has nothing to do with pot.

Passed Senate 29-0

P-7-0-0

HB2536 - dual enrollment; homeschooled children

Senate Education

03/08/2018

Bowers – Gives home schooled children the same opportunity as district school pupils

Passed House 42-17

P-5-0-2

HB2172 - postsecondary institutions; possession; nonlethal weapons

Senate Education

03/08/2018

Grantham – Enhances the self defense ability of students

Passed House 35-22

P-4-2-0

1 Republican voted NO

Brophy-McGee-LD28

 HCR2006 - four-year terms; legislature

House Third Read

Reconsideration

Vote #2

03/05/2018

John – Increases legislators terms from two to four years

 

P-33-22-5

12 Republicans voted “NO”

HB2604 - consolidated elections; voter turnout

House Third Reading

03/07/2018

Mesnard - High voter turnout is desirable and consolidating voting dates will increase voter turnout

P-34-22-4

1 Republican voted “NV”

Carter-LD15

SB1404 - occupational regulation; municipalities; counties

 

Senate Third Reading

03/07/2018

Smith – Restricts imposition of new licensing requirements

F-12-17-1

4 R’s voted NO

Borrelli-LD5

BrophyMcGee LD28

Pratt–LD8

Worsley-LD25

 

 

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