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Fifty-first Legislature - First Regular Session
  Kate Brophy McGee

Kate Brophy McGee

District 28

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 304
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-4486
Fax Number: (602) 417-3170

Personal Information:
Home City: Phoenix
Occupation: Community Leader
Member Since: 2011
Kate Brophy McGee is a third generation Arizonan, born into a ranching family and raised in Southern Arizona. She graduated with honors from the University of Arizona in 1977. Kate completed a bank management training program in 1978 and spent the next twelve years in banking, ending her career as a bank vice president and senior commercial loan officer. She left banking when her first child was born.

In 2010, Kate was elected a State Representative for Legislative District 11, covering North Central Phoenix, Arcadia and the Town of Paradise Valley. In 2012, Kate was reelected State Representative for Legislative District 28. The new legislative boundaries largely mirror the old, with the addition of North Phoenix areas.

Kate is Chairman of the House Financial Institutions Committee and serves on the House Health Committee. She is the co-chair of the Child Protective Services Oversight Committee and served as a member of the Governorís CARE Team (Independent Child Advocate Response Investigation Team), which conducted the inquiry into 6,554 reported cases of neglect and abuse to Child Protective Services closed without investigation. She is a leader in the Governorís 2014 initiative to reform Arizonaís child welfare system. Kate was recently appointed to the Arizona Board of Child Help USA. She is a member of the Governorís Arizona Alzheimerís Task Force and of the Arizona Water Protection Fund Commission and is also a member of the Flinn Foundationís Bio Sciences Roadmap Steering Committee.

Prior to her election to the legislature, Brophy McGee served nearly a decade as a school board member and in numerous elected, appointed and volunteer capacities. She continues her community-based volunteer activities in addition to her legislative duties.

She is the mother of three sons. Her husband, Bob McGee, a community banker, is former President and CEO and now Special Advisor to the Board of Southwestern Business Financing Corporation, a certified development company dedicated to creating jobs and growing small business throughout the state.


Committee Assignments
Financial Institutions Chairman Click Here Click Here
Health Member Click Here Click Here



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Final Vote
HB2064 C training permits; military health professionals See Vote
HB2065 P community based residential treatment; placement
HB2066 P definitions; archaic language; removal
HB2067 P CPS information; medical examiner; disclosure
HB2087 P* mining; claim maintenance fee affidavit
HB2088 P* interstate compact for juveniles
HB2089 P* AHCCCS; chronically ill children
HB2090 P* AHCCCS; peace officers
HB2091 P* AHCCCS; orthotic services; restoration
HB2092 P* homeowners' associations; resale disclosure fees
HB2093 P* technical correction; insurance; existing actions
HB2094 P* technical correction; national guard
HB2095 P* technical correction; counties; vehicle refueling
HB2136 P firefighter and EMT memorial
HB2142 P* technical correction; fines; disbursement
HB2143 P* joint tenancy severance
HB2144 P* child protective services See Vote
HB2145 P* homeowners' associations; agency authority
HB2170 C stopped school buses; lights See Vote
HB2195 C schools; student behavior threat assessments
HB2196 C promotion certificates; 8th grade
HB2199 C oath; school board members
HB2204 C law enforcement; surviving spouse; insurance
HB2205 P* TANF; electronic benefit transfer prohibitions
  (NOW: electronic benefit transfer prohibitions; TANF
See Vote
HB2206 P* advance fee loan brokers
HB2207 P* collection agencies; license renewal
HB2208 P* loan originator examination committee; repeal
HB2209 P* industrial development authorities
HB2210 P* bank loans; calculations
HB2211 P* loan originators
HB2212 P* legal holidays; counties; courts
HB2217 C extraordinary educators special plates
HB2274 C homeowners' associations; registry
HB2400 C prior authorization; prescription drugs
  (NOW: study committee; prior authorization
HB2407 C qualified immunity; nonprofit clinics
HB2421 C identifying information; peace officers; spouses
HB2428 P* investment advisors; representatives; reporting requirements
HB2429 P* water protection fund; annual funding
HB2430 P* technical corrections; immunizations; informed consent
  (NOW: immunizations; reimbursement
See Vote
HB2439 C income tax brackets; inflation index
HB2485 C health and safety audit privilege See Vote
HB2500 C schools; teacher evaluations; dismissals
HB2502 P* supplemental appropriation; CPS funding.
HB2530 P empowerment scholarship accounts; tests; surveys
HB2542 P* Arizona health facilities authority
HB2547 C AHCCCS; birth outcome committee
HB2567 P* animal cruelty; offense
HB2569 C child prostitution; sentencing
HB2577 P* public records exemption; critical infrastructure
HB2608 C EORP; closure; defined contribution See Vote
HB2619 P* public deposits; pooled collateral See Vote
HB2657 C transaction privilege tax changes
HCM2001 C PFC Sylvestre Herrera; military service
HCM2003 C copper mining; support
HCR2034 C Arizona territory; 150th anniversary
HCR2035 PZ recognizing Arizona caregivers
HCR2036 P Boy Scouts of America
HR2001 C recognizing autism organizations
SB1039 C uniform commercial code; secured transactions
SB1143 C golf course pesticide license; fee
SB1157 C grain research council; continuation
SB1179 C ignition interlock devices; TPT exemption
SB1340 P municipal fire districts
SB1341 C vulnerable adults; financial exploitation
SB1353 C health insurance; telemedicine
SB1363 C empowerment scholarship accounts; expansion; funding
SB1374 C behavioral health examiners board
SB1405 C adoption petitions
SB1406 C parental rights; termination; determinations
SB1407 C juvenile referrals; commitments; expenses; liability
SB1408 C fingerprint clearance cardholders; background checks
  (NOW: fingerprint clearance card; adoption
SB1435 C TPT exemptions; modular data center
  (NOW: modular data center; TPT exemptions
SB1438 C prescription orders; biological products; substitution
SB1440 C medical marijuana; advertising; labeling
SB1441 C marijuana; medical use; seizure; disposition
SB1463 C counties; flood control districts; rules
SCR1021 C death resolution; Bill Konopnicki


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