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Arizona State Legislature
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Fiftieth Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Lynne Pancrazi

Lynne Pancrazi

Democrat
District 24

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 324
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-3004
Fax Number: (602) 417-3179

 
Personal Information:
Home City: Yuma
Occupation: Teacher
Member Since: 2007
As a native of Yuma County, Rep. Margaret “Lynne” Pancrazi is honored to represent District 24 at the Arizona House of Representatives.

Rep. Pancrazi is a long-standing, dedicated participant of the Yuma community.  For 28 years she served as a teacher, instructor and athletic coach in the Yuma Elementary School District Number One.  She retired and then returned because the district lacked teachers.  Now as a state legislator, Rep. Pancrazi will serve as a substitute teacher as time allows.  She wants to dedicate her time to the constituents of District 24.

She is the former president of the Yuma Elementary Education Association and is a member of the National Education Association.  In addition to teaching Yuma’s youngsters, she also has been a licensed realtor for 21 years.  Rep. Pancrazi was a member of the local, state, and the National Association of Realtors and is currently inactive while she serves in the legislature.

Rep. Pancrazi has enjoyed serving as a lifeguard, swim instructor and pool manager at YPG and Kennedy Pools.  She also likes coaching soccer and softball youth leagues for Yuma Parks and Recreation Department.

Rep. Pancrazi received a master’s in elementary education from Northern Arizona University and a bachelor’s in physical education from Point Loma Nazarene College in San Diego.

She decided to serve in the Arizona Legislature because of her concern about the quality of education in Arizona.  She advocates for a safe and secure border, managed growth and adequate infrastructure throughout the state.

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Committee Assignments
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Education Member Click Here Click Here
Employment and Regulatory Affairs Member Click Here Click Here

 

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Sponsored Bills
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Final Vote
 
HB2101 P protest activity; prohibition
HB2139 C property tax valuation; land fraud
HB2167 P definition of dangerous drugs; synthetic
HB2259 P budget units; directors; compensation; reduction
HB2260 P psychologists; prescription authority
HB2262 P clean elections; assets; other purchases
HB2276 P fertilizers; labeling; inspections; fund
HB2299 P private prisons; regulation.
HB2300 P private prison contractors; public records
HB2310 P commodity marketing orders and agreements
HB2318 P regional and public transportation authorities
HB2319 P primitive roads; county maintenance
HB2354 C grand jury proceedings; electronic recording
HB2376 P department of juvenile corrections; continuation See Vote
HB2377 P capital postconviction public defender; continuation
HB2378 C life sentence; parole eligibility
HB2380 C prisoners; medical parole
HB2381 P auto title loans; military members
HB2382 P ombudsman-citizen aide; military veterans
HB2415 P schools; bullying policies
HB2418 P schools; textbook study; academic standards
HB2526 P* school tuition organizations; qualifying enrollment
HB2527 P* well ownership; sale; registration
HB2528 P* schools; ELL models; exemption
HB2529 P* dog racing; crimes; anabolic steroids
HB2530 P board of dental examiners See Vote
HB2549 P state nickname; grand canyon state
HB2564 C sales tax; pipes and valves
HB2566 P native American tribes; revenue sharing
HB2567 P state transportation board; tribal representation
HB2568 P shared revenue; Navajo technical college
HB2569 P prioritize repairs; state highways
HB2571 C schools; dyslexia; group B weight
HB2579 P consumer reporting agencies; information sales
HB2586 C military members; consumer reporting agencies
HB2594 C family leave insurance
HB2597 P corporate income tax; repeal credits
HB2604 P AHCCCS; services; restoration.
HB2605 P accounting tax credit; repeal.
HB2606 P AHCCCS; nonexperimental transplants; funding
HB2607 P transplant services; AHCCCS.
HB2619 P fund transfer; Arizona historical society
  (NOW: unemployment; special assessment
See Vote
HB2623 P landowner prohibition of hunting; posting See Vote
HB2633 P repeal; accounting tax credit
HB2639 P state contracts; preference; Arizona businesses
HB2640 C education; basic skills lists
HB2671 P school teachers; multiyear contracts
HB2698 P transplant funding; unclaimed lottery monies
HB2699 P expanded public school tax credit
HB2725 P agriculture trust funds
HCM2002 C remove gray wolf; endangered species
HCM2003 P daily commuter program
HCR2050 C IBM; one hundredth anniversary
HCR2051 C Arizona; centennial song
HM2001 C F-35 program; support funding
HR2007 C Warrene Ware; service
SB1154 P cotton council; employee benefits
SB1194 P structural pest management; regulation
SB1227 C insurance; unfair discrimination; motorcycles
SB1298 P pharmacists; drug therapy protocols
SB1404 P Arizona grain research trust fund
SB1476 P lake improvement; boating safety; funds
SCR1061 C Mitch Menlove; death resolution
SR1013 P Lloyd Oliver; death resolution

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P* = Prime Prime Sponsor, P = Prime Sponsor, C = Co-Sponsor