The Arizona House and Senate unanimously passed resolutions yesterday supporting the values and policies of the Boy Scouts of America.
CAP-supported pro-life legislation needs YOUR help this week!
CAP-supported legislation to end backdoor funding of abortion (HB 2800) will also be heard in the House Health Committee on Wednesday.
1. Click here to contact your state representatives and senator to encourage them to stand strong for life! Thank them for their commitment to life, if applicable. If you’re not sure how your legislator has voted on pro-life legislation in the past, check out last year’s voting records here.
2. Join CAP at a press conference outside the Glendale Planned Parenthood at 11:30 a.m. and outside the Tucson Planned Parenthood at 3:00 p.m. this Thursday! Along with the Susan B. Anthony List, CAP will be a part of a press conference in support of legislation to end backdoor public funding of abortion (HB 2800).
3. Pray for this and other CAP-supported legislation. Without the Lord, victory is impossible.
4. Track the progress of all CAP-supported legislation on our Bill Tracker and Facebook Page.
Today is a great day for everyone who calls Arizona home.
It’s been 90 days since the end of the 2011 legislative session, which means 16 Center for Arizona Policy (CAP)-supported bills take effect today. That’s 101 CAP-supported bills enacted into law since 1995! (more…)
Breaking News: Arizona’s 50th Legislative Session Ends; Twelve CAP-Supported Bills Signed Into Law So Far
The Arizona Legislative officially adjourned at dawn Wednesday morning, April 20.
As of this writing, 12 Center for Arizona Policy supported bills have been signed into law. Two more measures achieved final passage. Both houses recognized the tremendous work of pregnancy care centers throughout Arizona. And, in a long-awaited move, the legislature referred a CAP-supported reform measure to the November, 2012, ballot to enhance transparency and accountability to Arizona’s merit selection system of selecting judges.
Another four CAP-supported bills await the governor’s action, while two have been vetoed.
In the coming days, CAP will release the 2011 Family Issues Voting Record, reporting on how Arizona’s 90 state legislators voted on important issues to the family. CAP also will release a recap of the 2011 session once Governor Brewer has acted on all CAP-supported legislation.
Track the progress of all CAP-supported legislation with our Bill Tracker.