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Arizona State Legislature
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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  

Kate Brophy McGee

Republican
District 28

Senate
1700 W. Washington
Room 302
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-4486
Fax Number: (602)

 
Personal Information:
Home City: Phoenix
Occupation: Community Leader
Member Since: 2011
Senator Kate Brophy McGee is serving her first term in the Arizona Senate, representing Legislative District 28. The district includes North Central Phoenix, Biltmore, Arcadia and the Town of Paradise Valley. Previously, she served three terms in the Arizona House of Representatives (2011-2016).

Senator Brophy McGee is a third-generation Arizonan, born into a ranching family and raised in southern Arizona. She graduated from the University of Arizona and worked as a community banker lending to small businesses. She understands how hard business owners work to create the jobs that drive Arizona’s economy.

Senator Brophy McGee married her husband, Bob McGee, 31 years ago, and they have lived in their North Central/Sunnyslope neighborhood ever since. All three of their sons attended Phoenix public schools and graduated from Sunnyslope High School. Her oldest son is a graduate of the University of Arizona Law School and is an attorney in Phoenix. Her middle son is a graduate student at Northern Arizona University. Her youngest son is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California, and is applying to graduate school.

Senator Brophy McGee is Vice-Chair of the Senate Health and Human Services Committee and a member of the Senate Education and Transportation & Technology Committees. During her tenure in the House, Brophy McGee served as the co-chair of the Joint Legislative Child Protective Services Oversight Committee. She is a member of the Child Help Arizona Board, ASU’s Morrison Institute of Public Policy Advisory Board, the Flinn Foundation’s Bio Sciences Roadmap Steering Committee, and is a proud member of Phoenix Rotary and Sunrise Toastmasters.

During her legislative tenure, Brophy McGee has served on numerous key gubernatorial and legislative committees. Most recently, she served on Governor Ducey’s Substance Abuse Task Force and Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kit Task Force. She sponsored the legislation establishing the Department of Child Safety as a stand-alone agency during an historic May, 2014 Special Session of the legislature. She was key in the 2013 Medicaid restoration, led by Governor Jan Brewer, and led the charge to restore KidsCare funding in 2016.

Prior to her election to the legislature, Senator Brophy McGee served nearly a decade on the Washington Elementary School Board, including four terms as Board President. She also served six years on the Arizona School Facilities Board, including one term as Chairman. She continues her many community-based volunteer activities in addition to her current legislative duties.

As a mother, banker and community leader, Senator Brophy McGee is committed to working patiently and persistently with her constituents, colleagues and Arizona’s leaders to build a better Arizona.

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Sponsored Bills
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HB2080 C STO; credit cap; low-income qualification
HB2197 C telemedicine; audio visual requirements
HB2323 C critical health information; emergency responders
HB2372 C public benefits; fee waivers; requirements
SB1080 C teenage drivers; communication devices prohibited
SB1093 C telecommunications service assistance program
SB1094 C uniform fiduciaries act; repeal
  (NOW: ballots; digital images; electronic data
SB1095 C uniform single publication act; repeal
SB1096 C uniform contribution; tortfeasors act; repeal
SB1101 P* spay and neuter; tax checkoff
SB1102 P* appropriations; DES; developmental disabilities.
SB1103 P* appropriation; nonmedical services; aging.
SB1104 P* appropriations; ALTCS; elderly; physical disabilities.
SB1105 P* gifted pupils; funding.
SB1106 P* schools; prior-year funding
SB1107 P* permanent guardianship
  (NOW: child; family advocacy center; fund
See Vote
SB1108 P* cash assistance; children
SB1109 P* fingerprinting; child placement; IT contractors
SB1110 P* tax subtraction; uniformed services pay
SB1111 P* vehicle liability insurance; minimum limits
SB1129 C electric nonprofit cooperatives; patronage capital
SB1130 C hairstylist licenses; cosmetology
SB1150 C ignition interlock device; regulation; installers
SB1151 C wrong-way drivers; alerts; DPS.
SB1172 P* dependency; households; felony reports
SB1173 P* military family relief fund; continuation.
SB1196 P* Arizona department of housing; continuation.
SB1197 P* real estate appraisal See Vote
SB1212 C tax credit cap; angel investor
SB1218 P* housing department; conforming changes See Vote
SB1270 C authorized third parties; electronic title
  (NOW: reauthorization; county transportation excise tax
SB1271 C countywide elections; vote by mail
SB1272 C business entities; omnibus
SB1273 C electric bicycles
SB1274 C poverty; data tracking; commission
SB1275 C schools; intergenerational poverty; grants
SB1298 C electronic documents; signatures; wills; trusts
SB1299 P* child; family advocacy center; appropriation
SB1300 P* technical correction; ALTCS insurance; exemption
SB1301 P* family caregiver income tax credit.
SB1302 P* communication service information; technical correction
SB1303 P* technical correction; health professionals
SB1337 C industrial hemp; licensing See Vote
SB1341 C foster children; motor vehicle insurance
SB1357 C minors; consent; housing; shelter services
SB1360 P* permanent guardianship; dependency proceedings; reunification
  (NOW: dependency proceedings; permanent guardianships; reunification
See Vote
SB1361 P* DCS report consolidation
SB1362 P* dental board; dentists; dental hygienists
SB1377 P* controlled substances; approved medications See Vote
SB1445 C VLT; registration fees; gas tax
SB1446 C motor fuel taxes; county election
SB1449 P* child; family advocacy center; appropriation.
SB1450 P* return to out-of-home care; placement
SB1451 P* orthotics; prosthetics; standards
SB1474 C community engagement district.
SB1475 C claimants; residential contractors' recovery fund
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
SCR1018 C speech and debate education day
SCR1020 C death resolution; Marian Lupu
SCR1029 C Oscar de los Santos; recognition
SCR1034 P* death resolution; Eleanor Ann Day

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