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Arizona State Legislature
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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Katie Hobbs

Katie Hobbs
Minority Leader

Democrat
District 24

Senate
1700 W. Washington
Room 213
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-5325
Fax Number: (602)

 
Personal Information:
Home City: Phoenix
Occupation: Social Worker
Member Since: 2011
Katie Hobbs is a State Senator in her third term, serving her second term as the Senate Minority Leader. Prior to being elected to the Senate, she served one term in the Arizona House of Representatives.

Katie is from Phoenix, Arizona, and has a Bachelor of Social Work from Northern Arizona University and a Master of Social Work from Arizona State University. She has been a professional social worker since 1992. Prior to being elected to the legislature, she worked in the areas of domestic violence, behavioral health, and homelessness.

Katie has served on several commissions with the City of Phoenix and Maricopa County. She is also involved with her professional organization, the Arizona Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, and is adjunct faculty for social work at both Arizona State University and Paradise Valley Community College. Katie is a graduate of Valley Leadership's Leadership Institute (2003), Emerge Arizonaís political training program (2004), and the Center for Progressive Leadership's Political Leaders Fellowship program (2007). She is also the former chair of the District 15 Democrats.

Outside of her professional life, Katie enjoys spending time with her family. She has been married to Pat Goodman for 21 years and they have two children: Sam, age 18, and Hannah, age 15.

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HB2074 C appropriation; fairgrounds; preservation; historic buildings
HB2227 C legislators; mileage rate
HB2238 C sex trafficking; violation
  (NOW: child sex trafficking; violations
HB2268 C sexual assault evidence; submission; reports
HB2442 C AHCCCS; dental care; pregnant women
HCM2004 C urging Congress; affordable care act
SB1129 C electric nonprofit cooperatives; patronage capital
SB1195 C domestic violence offenders; firearms; seizure
SB1212 C tax credit cap; angel investor
SB1250 C county motor fuel taxes
SB1251 C JTEDs; ninth graders; funding.
SB1252 C Arizona arts endowment fund; appropriation
SB1257 C appropriation; district additional assistance
SB1262 C claim; notice; public entity; exception
SB1264 C state lottery; county assistance fund
SB1265 C state-owned bank task force.
SB1266 C auditor general; charter schools
SB1267 C structured English immersion exemption; pilot
SB1268 C foster parents; immunizations; licensure
SB1276 C charter schools; special education services
SB1277 C charter schools; capacity; publication
SB1297 C adoption; married couple; preference
SB1304 C JTEDs; entrepreneurship programs; review exemption
SB1313 C appropriation; teacher recruitment; retention
SB1320 P* employment; housing; public accomodations; antidiscrimination
SB1322 C criminal justice commission; legislative recommendations
SB1323 C joint select committee on corrections
SB1337 C industrial hemp; licensing See Vote
SB1339 P* child care assistance; appropriation
SB1340 P* TANF assistance; lifetime limit
SB1345 C adult incarceration contracts; cost comparison
SB1346 C appropriation; school solutions teams
SB1347 C financial disclosure; model legislation; lobbying
SB1348 C STO credit; aggregate cap; freeze
SB1349 C tax credits; sunset
SB1351 P* spouses; married couples; terminology
SB1352 P* abortion; religious employers; contraception; repeal
SB1353 P* employment and labor omnibus
SB1354 P* schools; bullying policy; definition
SB1355 P* sexual assault; survivor rights
SB1356 P* schools; corporal punishment
SB1357 P* minors; consent; housing; shelter services
SB1358 P* municipalities; counties; rent control; seniors
SB1359 P* DES; DCS; director; qualifications
SB1363 C liquor licenses; nonuse; discretionary cancellation
SB1364 C elder abuse investigations; study committee
SB1365 C wildfire suppression; joint study committee
SB1382 C employment discrimination; prohibition
SB1383 C state finance review; task force
SB1427 C STO operational requirements
SB1428 C community health workers; voluntary certification
SB1445 C VLT; registration fees; gas tax
SB1446 C motor fuel taxes; county election
SB1447 P* state personnel system; covered employees
SB1457 C tribal nations; veterans' services; appropriation
SB1458 C health careers; military veterans; committee
SB1459 C state holiday; Native American day
SB1460 C office of Indian education; assistance
SB1461 C study; tribal colleges; dual enrollment
SB1462 C dual enrollment; tribal colleges
SB1463 C vehicle title loans; finance charge
SB1469 C lottery game; schools; capital assistance
SB1470 C lottery game; veterans assistance
SB1472 C memorial; veteran diversity
SB1473 C consular identification cards; prohibition; repeal
SCM1012 C Indian health care; urging Congress
SCR1004 C death resolution; Gus Arzberger
SCR1005 C death resolution; George Lemen
SCR1006 C death resolution; M. Lee Allison
SCR1007 C death resolution; John Hays
SCR1008 C death resolution; Rick Lavis
SCR1017 C Taiwan; United States; trade; support
SCR1020 C death resolution; Marian Lupu
SCR1021 C education finance TPT; rates
SCR1026 C civics education; Arizona schools
SCR1027 C state senators; four-year terms
SCR1028 C veterans' services; Navajo nation; cooperation
SCR1029 C Oscar de los Santos; recognition
SCR1034 C death resolution; Eleanor Ann Day

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