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Arizona State Legislature
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Fiftieth Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Anna Tovar

Anna Tovar
Minority Whip

Democrat
District 13

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 323
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-3392
Fax Number: (602) 417-3013

 
Personal Information:
Home City: Tolleson
Occupation: Teacher
Member Since: 2010
A life-long Tolleson and West Valley resident, Representative Tovar was a teacher for five years, and served on the Tolleson City Council for seven and a half years and was Vice Mayor for two and a half years until she joined the House of Representatives. As a teacher and mother, she understands the issues demanding immediate attention such as schools and hospitals, infrastructure needs, job and housing losses, and a declining economy. Representative Tovar has been at the forefront of diverse projects that have brought revenue and job growth to her city. The completion of roadway construction, attracting commercial and retail businesses to the area, advocating for new housing developments, promoting environmentally friendly programs and working to build new police and fire stations are just a few of her accomplishments.

She is proud of her roots in Arizona, proud to be a product of the public school system and proud to give back as a teacher, mentor and leader in her community. Representative Tovar believes that while there are challenges ahead of us, now more than ever, everyone needs to band together for the greater good of the people of Arizona.

Representative Tovar is dedicated to making sure members of the community feel included in the public process, and to informing and educating constituents when tough decisions are being made or when compromise is the better path. She believes that we must do everything we can to work together towards a brighter and stronger Arizona.

Representative Tovar and her husband have been married for 16 years and have two wonderful sons. She is a member of the House Judiciary,  Education, and Appropriations Committees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Committee Assignments
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Sponsored Bills
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HB2101 P protest activity; prohibition
HB2167 P definition of dangerous drugs; synthetic
HB2250 C surveys; ethnicity; multiracial category
HB2251 C 8th grade promotion certificates
HB2260 C psychologists; prescription authority
HB2261 C private property trespass towers
HB2294 P* pregnant prisoners; restraints prohibited; exception
HB2298 C auditor general; private prison monitoring
HB2299 C private prisons; regulation.
HB2300 C private prison contractors; public records
HB2372 C conservatorships; guardianships; county reimbursement
HB2373 C judicial facility districts
HB2375 P assault; public defender; county ranger
HB2376 P department of juvenile corrections; continuation See Vote
HB2377 P capital postconviction public defender; continuation
HB2382 C ombudsman-citizen aide; military veterans
HB2383 C mortgage loan servicers; duties; obligations
HB2415 P schools; bullying policies
HB2418 C schools; textbook study; academic standards
HB2425 C large electronics recycling program
HB2426 P communication devices; class G licensees
HB2428 P* emergency contraception
HB2429 P* drug offenses; public parks; sentencing
HB2430 P* foreclosures; right to rent
HB2431 P* kennel permits; microchip requirement
HB2432 P* paid sick and safe time
HB2511 P AHCCCS; transplants; standards
HB2557 C sales tax on medical marijuana
HB2564 C sales tax; pipes and valves
HB2566 C native American tribes; revenue sharing
HB2567 C state transportation board; tribal representation
HB2568 C shared revenue; Navajo technical college
HB2569 C prioritize repairs; state highways
HB2579 P consumer reporting agencies; information sales
HB2586 P military members; consumer reporting agencies
HB2594 P family leave insurance
HB2596 C personal property tax exemption
HB2598 C medical marijuana; limit taxation
HB2604 P* AHCCCS; services; restoration.
HB2605 P* accounting tax credit; repeal.
HB2606 P* AHCCCS; nonexperimental transplants; funding
HB2607 P* transplant services; AHCCCS.
HB2626 P trustee's sale; postponement; notice
HB2630 P schools; prohibited courses; repeal
HB2633 P repeal; accounting tax credit
HB2639 P state contracts; preference; Arizona businesses
HB2640 C education; basic skills lists
HB2641 P* foreclosure; equity purchasers; mortgage consultants
HB2642 P* foreclosures; mandatory mediation
HB2653 P graffiti implements; unlawful possession; minors
HB2655 P gang; immigration intelligence; mission; funding
HB2658 P domestic violence review teams
HB2691 P firearm sales; reporting; inspections
HB2692 P behavioral health; RHBA; preference
HB2693 P legislation imposing unfunded mandates; effect
HB2698 P transplant funding; unclaimed lottery monies
HB2699 C expanded public school tax credit
HB2711 P prohibited weapon; high capacity magazine.
HCM2005 P dream act; military service; adoption
HCR2035 C personal property tax; repeal
HCR2039 P transplant awareness
HCR2040 P state imposed unfunded mandates; referendum
HM2001 P F-35 program; support funding
HR2002 C Mexico-U.S. commission; eradicate foot-and-mouth disease
HR2003 P Turkish-Arizona House of Representatives friendship
HR2007 P Warrene Ware; service
SB1131 C tribal airports; state aviation fund
SB1132 C native American tribes; revenue sharing.
SB1159 P multimedia production tax credits
SB1227 C insurance; unfair discrimination; motorcycles
SB1562 P public employees; collective bargaining
SB1563 P state employees; meet and confer
SB1564 P labor organizations; nonunion employees; representation
SCR1061 P Mitch Menlove; death resolution
SR1013 P Lloyd Oliver; death resolution

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