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Arizona State Legislature
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Forty-sixth Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Jorge Luis Garcia

Jorge Luis Garcia

Democrat
District 27

Senate
1700 W. Washington
Room 311
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-4171
Fax Number: (602)

 

Personal Information:

Home City: Tucson
Occupation: Social Worker
Born in Nogales, Sonora Mexico on September 10, 1953 to Jorge Cabado and Concepcion Garcia. Married to wife Maria for 31 years and has three grown children, daughters Yvette, Dominique and son, Rolando. He has resided in Tucson since 1973.

Education:

Earned his Masters from Arizona State University in 1981 and his BA from the University of Arizona in 1975.

Legislative Experience:

Elected to the State Senate in 2003
Served in the House of Representatives from 1993 to 1997.

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Sponsored Bills
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HB2142 P family literacy program; extension
HB2344 C vocational education; graduation requirements
HB2350 C monument commemorating September 11, 2001
HB2372 C governmental mall commission; membership
HB2441 C tax credit; dependent care
HB2442 C no call list study committee
HB2446 C state employees; exempt positions; review
HB2447 P state employee suggestion program
HB2498 C state employees; internet access
HB2529 C university research infrastructure financing
HCR2035 C William D. Lanford death resolution
HCR2036 C Lori A. Piestewa; death resolution
HM2002 C flood control
SB1036 P public retiree health insurance subsidy
SB1037 C ASRS; surviving spouses; health insurance See Vote
SB1072 C southern Arizona veterans' cemetery; donations
SB1083 P caregiver wages; workforce development; committee
SB1104 P payment of wages; immigration status
SB1106 P selective service registration; driver licenses.
SB1134 C schools; tests; graduation requirements
SB1136 P domestic violence; fines
SB1142 C schools; sex education
SB1152 P not citizenship proof; driver licenses
SB1154 C Arizona livestock board
SB1169 P developmental disabilities
SB1170 C community college district boards; canvass
SB1183 P refund; license plates; transfer
SB1185 P political subdivisions; funds; unions.
SB1186 P outdoor lighting standards
SB1194 P military airport preservation committee; members See Vote
SB1195 C sales tax rates; preexisting contracts.
SB1210 C hate crimes; misdemeanors
SB1211 C community college districts; override elections.
SB1212 P community college districts; clean-up
SB1220 C military license plates; disabled plates
SB1228 C school councils; curriculum authority
  (NOW: school councils; membership guidelines
SB1229 C noncertificated school employees; policies
SB1234 P* labor organizations; nonunion employees; representation.
SB1235 P block grants; procurement code exemption. See Vote
SB1254 C schools; full-day kindergarten
SB1256 P right to work.
SB1257 C loyalty oath; act of terrorism
SB1297 P school tax credits; accountability
SB1306 C school tax credit; reading programs
SB1335 C school construction funding reform
SB1366 C military; state employees; differential pay
SCR1005 C Salt River Project; centennial
SCR1013 C collective bargaining.
SCR1015 C honoring the silver haired legislature
SCR1021 C missile defense
SCR1025 C space shuttle Columbia
SCR1030 C Jim Shumway; death resolution
SJR1002 C declaring an emergency; Arizona’s forests
  (NOW: Colorado river surplus guidelines
See Vote
SM1002 P Tohono O'odham Nation's citizens act

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