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Arizona State Legislature
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Fiftieth Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Michele Reagan

Michele Reagan

Republican
District 8

Senate
1700 W. Washington
Room 303
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-5828
Fax Number: (602) 417-3255

 
Personal Information:
Home City: Scottsdale
Occupation: Family owned small business
Member Since: 2002
Sen. Michele Reagan was born in Rockford, Illinois, grew up in the Chicago-land area and graduated from Illinois State University.  She moved to Arizona with her family in 1991 where they owned and operated FASTSIGNS on Central Avenue in Phoenix for 10 years.  During that period, Michele was very active in civic and business organizations and her passion began to want to be a voice for other small businesses in Arizona.

She was elected to the House of Representatives in 2002, where she served for six (6) years as the Chair of the House Commerce Committee.  To date, she is the youngest female to hold this position.  Michele has also served on the powerful Ways and Means Committee, the Ethics committee, the Environment Committee, and the Banking and Insurance committee. 

Sen. Reagan stays involved with the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB), and the Arizona Small Business Association (ASBA).  She is a member of several boards, her favorites being the Citizens Action for the Arts, the Scottsdale Leadership Advisory Board, and Scottsdale Foundation for the Handicapped (also known as STARS), and a founding member of the newly created tourism caucus.

She currently serves as the Chair of the Economic Development and Jobs Creation Committee in the Senate, and was recently chosen to be a Fellow for the prestigious Aspen Rodel Fellowship.  As an Aspen Fellow, she will be traveling to China, Israel, Egypt, Pakistan and Taiwan.

Sen. Reagan has been listed as one of the most effective legislators several times, and was named the Legislator of the Year by the Capitol Times in 2009.  She is married, has one step-daughter, three (3) dogs, one (1) desert tortoise, and lives in Scottsdale.

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Committee Assignments
Committee
Position
Minutes
Agendas
 
Banking and Insurance Vice-Chairman Click Here Click Here
Commerce and Energy Member Click Here Click Here
Economic Development and Jobs Creation Chairman Click Here Click Here

 

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Sponsored Bills
Bill NumberSort By Bill Number
Sponsor TypeSort By Sponsor Type
Short TitleSort By Short Title
Final Vote
 
HB2025 P unemployment; special assessment
HB2137 C dogs; cats; sterilization
HB2138 C department of administration; solar panels
HB2302 P protected address; secretary of state
HB2545 C homeowners' associations; rental restrictions
HB2549 P state nickname; grand canyon state
HB2608 C public consignment auction dealers; definition
HCM2002 C remove gray wolf; endangered species
HCR2006 P personal property tax exemption amount
HCR2010 C legislature; term limits; four years
HCR2032 C paycheck deductions; political purposes; requirement
HCR2033 C foreign laws; judicial decisions
SB1039 P* technical correction; barber licenses; display
  (NOW: home certificate program
SB1040 P* technical correction; trust lands; access
SB1041 P* technical correction; conservation easements; applicability
  (NOW: Arizona quality jobs incentives
See Vote
SB1085 P* contractors; internal references; technical correction
SB1086 P* tobacco products; prohibitions See Vote
SB1101 P protest activity; prohibition.
SB1102 C state compensation fund; conforming changes See Vote
SB1110 P* navigable stream adjudication commission; extension
SB1117 C immigration legislation challenges
SB1153 P* city auditors; confidential information See Vote
SB1159 C multimedia production tax credits
SB1160 P city sales tax; residential rental
SB1161 P personal property tax; exemption; depreciation
SB1162 P corporate income tax rate reduction
SB1163 C business property tax assessment percentage
SB1164 P income tax; corporate sales factor
SB1173 C enterprise zone tax credits; trusts
SB1180 P* board of appraisal; disciplinary proceedings See Vote
SB1181 P* board of appraisal; members; fees
SB1182 P* traffic school; driver license suspension
SB1194 P structural pest management; regulation
SB1195 P service companies; exemption See Vote
SB1196 P optional retirement plans; community colleges
SB1198 C department of housing; rules; exemption
SB1199 P* income tax; net operating loss
SB1203 P* revitalization districts; revisions See Vote
SB1204 C trash collection; multifamily housing
SB1225 P forgery; human smuggling; classification
SB1230 P* business services; secretary of state See Vote
SB1240 P* behavior analysts; practice recognition; DHS See Vote
SB1254 P* behavior analysts; credentialing committee
SB1259 P* foreclosures; proof of ownership
  (NOW: noncontiguous county islands; fire services
See Vote
SB1264 P workers' compensation; reasonable accommodations See Vote
SB1277 P* alarm businesses; alarm agents
SB1283 C child custody; military families
SB1284 P* registrar of contractors; arbitration See Vote
SB1286 C counties; cities; permits; time limit
SB1287 P health insurance; purchase outside state.
SB1305 P* clean elections; trigger reports; repeal
SB1306 P* landlords; tenants; bedbug control See Vote
SB1314 C county island fire districts; meetings See Vote
SB1351 C uninsured vehicles; collision damages; impoundment
SB1357 C AHCCCS; missed appointments; provider remedy See Vote
SB1363 C employer protections; labor relations
SB1365 C paycheck deductions; political purposes See Vote
SB1366 P medical malpractice; liability waivers
SB1391 C interstate firearm freedom compact
SB1392 C Mexican gray wolf; interstate compact
SB1393 C greenhouse emissions; legislative authority
SB1394 C greenhouse substances; freedom to breathe
SB1396 C domestic relations; support; community restitution
  (NOW: domestic relations; notification requirements
SB1423 P* manufactured housing; escrow account
SB1456 C small business loans; fee waiver
SB1457 C schools; sex education
SB1458 C professional licensure; out-of-state applicants See Vote
SB1460 P* liquor licensees; records
  (NOW: liquor omnibus
See Vote
SB1461 P* life settlements See Vote
SB1495 C Arizona state guard; establishment
SB1502 C fire districts; merger; consolidation See Vote
SB1523 P sanitary districts; standards for moratoriums
SB1524 C health insurance exchange
SB1525 P city; town; development fees See Vote
SB1567 C workers' compensation deductible coverage; report
  (NOW: notices; commercial insurance
See Vote
SB1591 C health insurance claims; information; disclosure
SB1592 C health care compact; funding
SB1593 C health insurance; interstate purchase See Vote
SB1612 C general appropriations 2011-2012
  (NOW: 2011-2012; general appropriations
See Vote
SB1613 C 2011-2012; capital outlay
  (NOW: capital outlay; 2011-2012
See Vote
SB1614 C 2011-2012; state budget procedures
  (NOW: state budget procedures; 2011-2012
See Vote
SB1615 C consolidation; state agencies
  (NOW: state agencies; consolidation
See Vote
SB1616 C revenue; 2011-2012; budget reconciliation
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; revenue; 2011-2012
See Vote
SB1617 P K-12 education; 2011-2012; budget reconciliation
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; K-12 education; 2011-2012
See Vote
SB1618 C higher education; 2011-2012; budget reconciliation
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; higher education; 2011-2012
See Vote
SB1619 C health; 2011-2012; budget reconciliation
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; health; 2011-2012
See Vote
SB1620 C welfare; 2011-2012; budget reconciliation
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; welfare; 2011-2012
See Vote
SB1621 C criminal justice; 2011-2012; budget reconciliation
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; criminal justice; 2011-2012
See Vote
SB1622 C general government; 2011-2012; budget reconciliation
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; general government; 2011-2012
See Vote
SB1623 C regulation; 2011-2012; budget reconciliation
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; regulation; 2011-2012
See Vote
SB1624 C environment; 2011-2012; budget reconciliation
  (NOW: budget reconciliation; environment; 2011-2012
See Vote
SCR1010 P judicial decisions; international law
SCR1028 C paycheck deductions; political purposes; requirement.
SCR1033 C best available control technology; generation See Vote
SCR1059 C supporting Wisconsin governor; legislature
SCR1061 P Mitch Menlove; death resolution
SR1003 C Dorwan Stoddard; death resolution
SR1004 C Gabe Zimmerman; death resolution
SR1005 C Phyllis Schneck; death resolution
SR1006 C Christina Taylor Green; death resolution
SR1007 C Dorothy Morris; death resolution
SR1008 C Honorable John Roll; death resolution
SR1011 C national day of the cowboy
SR1013 P Lloyd Oliver; death resolution

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