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Forty-ninth Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Kirk Adams

Kirk Adams

Republican
District 19

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 221
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-5495
Fax Number: (602) 417-3019

 

 

Rep. Kirk Adams is an advocate of conservative politics and small business. During his tenure in the Legislature, Rep. Adams has advocated an aggressive agenda of reform which includes: Healthcare reform; initiative reform; tax reform; CPS reform; and transparency in government.

His work on these issues has been recognized with the following awards:

The “2007 Representative of the Year” by the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 

The 2007 Spirit of Mesa Award given by the Mesa United Way

The 2008 “Courage for Children” Award  by the Arizona Association for Foster and Adoptive Parents, for his work on CPS reform.

And the 2008 “Freedom of Information” Award from the Arizona Newspaper Association.

Rep. Adams serves on the Mesa United Way’s Board of Directors and was recently elected by his colleagues to serve as Speaker of the House of Representatives, a term that begins January 2009. 

Rep. Adams is a partner at The Adams Agency, a property and casualty firm with 19 employees and locations in Mesa, Apache Junction and Yuma. 

He and his wife JaNae live in Mesa and have six children.


 

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HB2051 P* technical correction; cease; desist order
  (NOW: 2008-2009; appropriations; budget revisions
HB2052 P* technical correction; malpractice claim review
HB2053 P* technical correction; marriage
HB2054 P* technical correction; oil; gas; commission
HB2055 P* technical correction; estates
HB2073 P state equalization property tax repeal..
HB2630 PZ school districts; personnel contracts
HB2633 CZ general appropriations; 2009-2010
HB2634 C 2009-2010 capital outlay
HB2635 C 2009-2010 budget reconciliation; revenues
HB2636 C 2009-2010 budget reconciliation; general government
HB2637 C state properties; 2009-2010 budget reconciliation
HB2638 PZ 2009-2010 budget reconciliation; criminal justice
HB2639 C 2009-2010 budget reconciliation; K-12 education
HB2640 C 2009-2010 budget reconciliation; higher education
HB2641 C 2009-2010 budget reconciliation; health; welfare
HB2642 PZ 2009-2010 budget reconciliation; environment
HB2643 PZ technical correction; abandoned vehicles; monies
  (NOW: general appropriations; 2009-2010; trailer
HB2644 PZ technical correction; rebate set-aside
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; general revenues; trailer
HB2645 PZ technical correction; public roadways
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; general government; trailer
HB2646 PZ technical correction; state highways
  (NOW: state properties; trailer
HB2647 PZ technical correction; certificate of title
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; criminal justice; trailer
HB2648 PZ technical correction; industrial development; insurance
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; K-12 education; trailer
HB2649 PZ technical correction; open pit mining
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; higher education; trailer
HB2650 PZ technical correction; health services; fees
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; health; welfare; trailer
HB2651 PZ technical correction; national guard
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; environment; trailer
HB2653 PZ technical correction; trust lands; access
HCM2009 C opposing federal firearms legislation
HCR2035 P T. Dennis Barney; death resolution
HCR2036 P supporting the citizens of Iran
HR2001 P David Hurt; death resolution
SB1479 P technical correction; trust lands; access

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