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Arizona State Legislature
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Fiftieth Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Katie Hobbs

Katie Hobbs

Democrat
District 15

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 122
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-5325
Fax Number: (602) 417-3149

 
Personal Information:
Home City: Phoenix
Occupation: Social Worker
Member Since: 2011
Katie is from Phoenix, Arizona, and graduated from Seton Catholic in 1988. She went on to get her Bachelor of Social Work from Northern Arizona University in 1992 and her Master of Social Work from Arizona State University in 1995.

Katie has been a professional social worker since 1992 and prior to being elected to the legislature, she worked for Sojourner Center, the largest domestic violence shelter in the United States. As Director of Government Relations, she was responsible for ensuring compliance with $4 million in government contracts, was involved in several community-wide domestic violence and homeless coordination efforts, and worked to engage domestic violence survivors in the legislative process and social action.

Katie has served as a Commissioner on the Phoenix Women’s Commission, the Phoenix Human Services Commission, and was the chair of the Maricopa County Merit System Commission. She is on the board of Political Action for Candidate Election of the Arizona chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, and is adjunct faculty in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department at Paradise Valley Community College. Katie is a graduate of Valley Leadership's Leadership Institute (2003), Emerge Arizona’s candidate training program (2004), and the Center for Progressive Leadership's Political Leaders Fellowship program (2007).

Katie has also served as the chair of the District 15 Democrats and been a volunteer with the Arizona Democratic Party and on several campaigns.

Outside of her professional life, Katie enjoys spending time with her family. She has been married to Pat Goodman for 15 years and they have two amazing children: Sam, age 12, and Hannah, age 9.

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Sponsored Bills
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HB2101 P protest activity; prohibition
HB2108 C development fees; codes; moratorium; repeal
HB2129 P large employers; AHCCCS; reimbursement
HB2130 P bicycles; yield at stop signs.
HB2169 C dental board; fees
HB2259 C budget units; directors; compensation; reduction
HB2260 C psychologists; prescription authority
HB2261 C private property trespass towers
HB2262 P clean elections; assets; other purchases
HB2295 P net-metering; renewable energy sources
HB2299 P private prisons; regulation.
HB2300 P private prison contractors; public records
HB2302 P protected address; secretary of state See Vote
HB2383 P mortgage loan servicers; duties; obligations
HB2398 C salvia divinorum; unlawful acts
HB2527 C well ownership; sale; registration
HB2528 C schools; ELL models; exemption
HB2529 C dog racing; crimes; anabolic steroids
HB2530 C board of dental examiners See Vote
HB2549 C state nickname; grand canyon state
HB2552 C agricultural property tax classification; equine.
HB2554 P* dental board; investigations; disciplinary action
HB2564 P sales tax; pipes and valves
HB2579 P* consumer reporting agencies; information sales
HB2580 P* schools; anti-bullying; electronic media
HB2586 P military members; consumer reporting agencies
HB2588 P name change records; stalking victims
HB2589 P legislative hearings; private prison escape
HB2594 P family leave insurance
HB2596 C personal property tax exemption
HB2597 P corporate income tax; repeal credits
HB2604 P AHCCCS; services; restoration.
HB2605 P accounting tax credit; repeal.
HB2606 C AHCCCS; nonexperimental transplants; funding
HB2607 P transplant services; AHCCCS.
HB2626 P trustee's sale; postponement; notice
HB2630 P schools; prohibited courses; repeal
HB2632 P* foreclosures; rentals; landlord duties
HB2633 P* repeal; accounting tax credit
HB2654 C STO tax credits; repeal
HB2655 P gang; immigration intelligence; mission; funding
HB2658 P domestic violence review teams
HB2683 C potentially dangerous persons; DHS; reporting
HB2684 P child prostitution; sentencing
HB2686 P health insurance; vaccines
HB2698 P transplant funding; unclaimed lottery monies
HB2699 C expanded public school tax credit
HB2708 C homeowner's rebate; primary residence
HB2711 P prohibited weapon; high capacity magazine.
HCM2001 C Washington, D.C.; voting representative
HCR2007 C development fees; authority
HCR2035 C personal property tax; repeal
HCR2051 C Arizona; centennial song
HM2001 C F-35 program; support funding
HR2002 C Mexico-U.S. commission; eradicate foot-and-mouth disease
HR2004 P honoring John Waddell
HR2005 P Roosevelt Dam; centennial
HR2007 C Warrene Ware; service
SB1131 C tribal airports; state aviation fund
SB1132 C native American tribes; revenue sharing.
SB1173 C enterprise zone tax credits; trusts
SCR1009 C honoring Hopi code talkers
SCR1061 C Mitch Menlove; death resolution
SR1013 C Lloyd Oliver; death resolution

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