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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
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Bill Number Short Title
SCM1001 critical habitat; expansion; urging repeal
SCM1002 division; ninth circuit; urging Congress
SCM1003 technical correction; department of agriculture
SCM1004 urging Congress; technical correction
  (NOW: urging Congress; hunting; angling; support)
SCM1005 technical correction; urging the President
  (NOW: urging EPA; hardrock mining; rule)
SCM1006 urging Congress; river designations
SCM1007 American-Islamic Council; suspending contact
SCM1008 ozone concentration standard; reinstatement
SCM1009 urging delisting of gray wolf
SCM1010 urging BLM; travel management plans
SCM1011 antiquities act; monuments; urging Congress
SCM1012 Indian health care; urging Congress
SCM1013 urging Congress; affordable care act.
SCM1014 urging Congress; Glass-Steagall act
SCR1001 state education board; membership; superintendents.
SCR1002 application; Article V convention.
SCR1003 ratification; equal rights amendment.
SCR1004 death resolution; Gus Arzberger
SCR1005 death resolution; George Lemen
SCR1006 death resolution; M. Lee Allison
SCR1007 death resolution; John Hays
SCR1008 death resolution; Rick Lavis
SCR1009 schools; English language requirement; repeal
SCR1010 nuclear energy; support
SCR1011 constitutional property tax exemptions
SCR1012 Asian-Americans; diversity; data collection
SCR1013 initiative; referendum; signatures; legislative districts
SCR1014 technical correction; racing commission; prohibition
SCR1015 self-care month
SCR1016 metastatic breast cancer awareness day
SCR1017 Taiwan; United States; trade; support
SCR1018 speech and debate education day
SCR1019 BLM planning 2.0 rule; opposition
SCR1020 death resolution; Marian Lupu
SCR1021 education finance TPT; rates
SCR1022 Lions clubs; centennial anniversary; recognition
SCR1023 corrections officer retirement plan
SCR1024 application; Article V convention; appropriation
SCR1025 Latina-owned businesses; support.
SCR1026 civics education; Arizona schools
SCR1027 state senators; four-year terms
SCR1028 veterans' services; Navajo nation; cooperation
SCR1029 Oscar de los Santos; recognition
SCR1030 right to work; repeal
SCR1031 Chicano history week
SCR1032 prevention of violence; support
SCR1033 voting age; sixteen years
SCR1034 death resolution; Eleanor Ann Day
SJR1001 Colorado River allocation; management
SJR1002 Phoenix-Goodyear airport; reuse zone
SJR1003 lower Colorado basin; forbearance authority

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