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Arizona State Legislature
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Fiftieth Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Leah Landrum Taylor

Leah Landrum Taylor
Assistant Minority Leader

Democrat
District 16

Senate
1700 W. Washington
Room 213
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-3830
Fax Number: (602) 417-3148

 
Personal Information:
Home City: Phoenix
Occupation:
Member Since: 1999
Leah Landrum Taylor is an elected Arizona State Senator for District 16. Senator Landrum Taylor serves on the Economic Development, Public Safety and Human Services Committees and Veterans and Military Affairs. She has previously served on the House Ways and Means and Environment Committees as well as Adoption and Foster Care, Homelessness, Governorís Brown Cloud Summit, and Federal Mandates committees during interim. Leah is an Alumna of American Council of Young Political Leaders. She is also an Aspen Institute Rodel Fellow of Emerging Political Leaders in America and was recently featured on the cover of the Arizona Woman Magazine and last year, voted 2010 Girl Scout World Awards Ė Women and Young Women of Distinction and recently named as one of Arizonaís 48 Women.

Senator Landrum Taylor attended the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University through the Fannie Mae Foundation with the focus on affordable housing. Landrum Taylor is well known for championing Foster Care and Adoption issues as well as Kinship Care Legislation.

She is a member of the Phoenix Chapter Jack and Jill Legislative Committee and the senior advisor for the Arizona Childrenís Association.

Senator Landrum Taylor is a third generation native Phoenician, educated at Xavier College Preparatory and Arizona State University where she received a Bachelorís and Masterís degree in Political Science.

Leah is happily married to Gregory Taylor. They have one son, Greyson and two daughters, Savannah and Lonnie.

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Committee Assignments
Committee
Position
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Economic Development and Jobs Creation Member Click Here Click Here
Senate Ethics Committee Member Click Here Click Here
Public Safety and Human Services Member Click Here Click Here
Veterans, Military and Government Affairs Member Click Here Click Here

 

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Sponsored Bills
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HB2424 C probate; wards; rights
HB2564 P sales tax; pipes and valves
HB2607 P transplant services; AHCCCS.
SB1101 P protest activity; prohibition.
SB1131 P tribal airports; state aviation fund
SB1132 P native American tribes; revenue sharing.
SB1170 P homeowners' associations; public roadways
SB1204 C trash collection; multifamily housing
SB1237 P* energy authority of Arizona
SB1266 C Arizona veteran supportive campuses
SB1267 C legislative committee; state; Indian nations
SB1304 P* homeowners' associations; assessments; vote
SB1305 P clean elections; trigger reports; repeal
SB1310 P* security; legislature; funding
SB1366 C medical malpractice; liability waivers
SB1384 C charter schools; financial documentation
SB1459 C law enforcement; crimes; reporting
SB1463 P political subdivisions; economic estimate commission
SB1464 P private prison contractors; public records.
  (NOW: false reporting; vulnerable adult abuse
SCR1061 C Mitch Menlove; death resolution
SR1002 P Native American legislators; recognition
SR1003 P Dorwan Stoddard; death resolution
SR1004 P Gabe Zimmerman; death resolution
SR1005 P Phyllis Schneck; death resolution
SR1006 P Christina Taylor Green; death resolution
SR1007 P Dorothy Morris; death resolution
SR1008 P Honorable John Roll; death resolution
SR1011 P national day of the cowboy
SR1013 P Lloyd Oliver; death resolution

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