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Arizona State Legislature
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Fifty-first Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Steve Smith

Steve Smith

Republican
District 11

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 335
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-5685
Fax Number: (602) 417-3167

 
Personal Information:

Home City: Maricopa
Occupation: Talent Agency Director
Member Since: 2011


Steve Smith was born and raised in Michigan and graduated with honors from Michigan State University where he earned a Bachelors Degree in Marketing along with a Cognate in Business Law.   

Upon graduating, Steve co-founded a sports marketing company and ultimately moved to Arizona in 2001 and was the Marketing Director for an international, publicly traded medical device firm.  Upon the sale of that company, Steve subsequently became the Director of a Phoenix-based talent agency, a position he still holds today along with serving in the Senate.   

Steve is a strong conservative who stands for the principles of God, family, and country and is committed restoring economic development in Arizona, improving education, and fighting illegal immigration.  Steve, along with his wife and four children, live in the great city of Maricopa which is part of Legislative District 11 that he proudly represents. 

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Committee Assignments
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Sponsored Bills
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HB2077 P* technical correction; prostitution; employment
HB2078 P* technical correction; estates
HB2079 P* technical correction; game; fish; facilities
HB2080 P* technical correction; cease; desist order
HB2081 P* technical correction; marriage
HB2136 C firefighter and EMT memorial
HB2200 C county fire department; authorization
HB2204 C law enforcement; surviving spouse; insurance
HB2217 C extraordinary educators special plates
HB2230 P information services; technology
HB2231 P state fees; payment; alternative methods
  (NOW: exoneration; appearance bonds
See Vote
HB2233 P special audit; voter protected measures
HB2234 P firearm; definition
HB2235 P pay statements; required information
HB2236 P border security; drug trafficking; appropriation
HB2238 P medical expenses; recovery; paid only
HB2240 C small claims division; jurisdiction; limits See Vote
HB2281 P* foreclosure; tenant notification See Vote
HB2282 P* recall; primary; general election
HB2283 P* government publications; other than English
HB2284 P* schools; pledge of allegiance; requirement
HB2285 P* state budget; appropriation limitation; hearing
HB2286 P* candidates; change in party affiliation
HB2287 P* legislative vacancies; election; precinct committeemen
HB2288 P* state regulation of firearms
HB2289 P* schools; data; noncitizen students
HB2290 P* election recall; reimbursement
HB2291 P* Arizona firearms; prohibited enforcement
HB2292 P* photo radar citations; service times
HB2293 P* hospital admissions; restrictions
HB2348 P foster home licensure; immunizations.
HB2352 P AHCCCS; expansion; prohibition
HB2354 C AHCCCS; childless adults; services; prohibition
HB2416 C noncertificated school employees; due process.
HB2438 P paycheck deductions; public employers
HB2439 P income tax brackets; inflation index
HB2455 P unclaimed property; firearms; disposition
HB2467 P constitutional oath; high school graduation
HB2470 P veterans; job opportunities; award
HB2477 C photo radar on state highways See Vote
HB2492 C municipalities; wastewater utility; acquisition; repeal
HB2504 P* immobilization; impoundment of vehicles.
HB2569 P child prostitution; sentencing
HB2576 C convention; delegates; limitations; oath
HB2578 P licensing; accountability; penalties; exceeding regulation
HB2579 P photo radar prohibition
HB2588 P interstate compact; health care
HB2600 C judicial nominees; minimum requirements; records
HB2608 P EORP; closure; defined contribution See Vote
HB2617 P school tuition organizations; preapproval; entities See Vote
HB2654 P full-time students; hunting licenses
HB2657 P transaction privilege tax changes
HCM2003 P copper mining; support
HCM2005 C federal government; fiscal responsibility
HCM2008 P PFC Servin; medal of honor
HCR2010 P* elections; political party designation; nomination
HCR2014 C health care exchange; prohibition
HCR2015 C AHCCCS; expansion; prohibition
HCR2016 C AHCCCS; childless adults; prohibition
HCR2022 P convention; amendments; balanced federal budget
HCR2034 P Arizona territory; 150th anniversary
HCR2035 C recognizing Arizona caregivers
HCR2036 C Boy Scouts of America
SB1348 P public employees; activities; unions; compensation
SB1349 P paycheck deductions; employee authorization
SB1350 P government contract workers; strike prohibition
SB1363 P empowerment scholarship accounts; expansion; funding
SB1364 C DOR audits; three-year limit
SB1407 P juvenile referrals; commitments; expenses; liability
SB1409 P schools; parental intervention
SB1463 P counties; flood control districts; rules
SCR1020 P Sheriff Larry Dever; death resolution
SCR1021 C death resolution; Bill Konopnicki

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