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Arizona State Legislature
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Forty-ninth Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Steve Pierce

Steve Pierce
Majority Whip

Republican
District 1

Senate
1700 W. Washington
Room 212
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-5584
Fax Number: (602) 417-3224

 
Personal Information:
Home City: Prescott
Occupation: Rancher
Member Since: 2009
A third-generation Arizonan, Steve Pierce was born in Phoenix in 1950. He moved to Prescott while in grade school when his dad, Delbert, acquired the first of several ranches now known as the Las Vegas Ranch.  He was raised on the family ranch where he learned the value of hard work at a young age. A graduate of Prescott High and the University of Arizona, Steve has continued the family tradition of ranching. Steve and his wife Joan have been married for 35 years. They raised their four children in Prescott, and are now blessed with four grandchildren.

He graduated from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. His family has been ranching in Arizona since 1915, and Steve himself has five decades of experience working as a rancher.

Steve has served in various cattle and agriculture organizations, both locally and nationwide, such as the National Cattlemen’s Beef Board, the US Meat Export Federation, and the Arizona Beef Council. In addition, Steve has served on the Board of Directors of County Bank, the Anasazi Foundation and the Central Arizona Partnership. Steve is active with the Yavapai County Republican Party, where he was elected as Chairman, and has been elected to the State Executive Committee for the Arizona Republican Party for the last five years

Steve has always been an excellent steward of the land for which he is responsible. He was recognized for his efforts in 1983 when the Arizona Section of the Society for Range Management named Steve and his father Delbert “Range Managers of the Year”.

In the Senate, Steve is the Senate Majority Whip and serves as Vice Chairman, Natural Resources, Infrastructure and the Public Debt. He is also a member of Rules, and Appropriations.

 

 

 

 

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Committee Assignments
Committee
Position
Minutes
Agendas
 
Appropriations Member Click Here Click Here
Finance Member Click Here Click Here
Natural Resources, Infrastructure and Public Debt Vice-Chairman Click Here Click Here
Retirement and Rural Development Member Click Here Click Here
Appropriations Subcommittee on Education and Natural Resources Chairman Click Here Click Here

 

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Sponsored Bills
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Final Vote
 
HB2155 P hospital districts; elections
HB2236 P county offices; business periods
  (NOW: county operation; management
HB2257 C stopping of vehicles; highways
  (NOW: public transportation vehicles; stopping
HB2400 C partial-birth abortions; definition
HB2457 C university athletic facilities district
HB2460 C mental health services; court costs
HB2466 C school districts; maximum tax rate
HB2474 C firearms; storage; motor vehicles
HB2534 C tax exemption; fire apparatus; ambulance
HB2564 C abortion
HB2583 P excess property tax payments; repayment
HB2584 C national park support districts II
HCM2009 C opposing federal firearms legislation
HCR2036 C supporting the citizens of Iran
SB1107 P state equalization property tax repeal
SB1132 P* transportation school districts; lapsing.
SB1138 C partial-birth abortions; definition.
SB1142 P public expenditure transparency database
SB1147 C greenhouse emissions; regulations; fuel economy
SB1155 P* trust lands; conservation; technical correction
  (NOW: elections; hospital districts
SB1157 C department of environmental quality; continuation
SB1191 C implements of husbandry; highway travel
SB1225 P* water exchange contracts; technical correction
  (NOW: dust control; best management practices
SB1226 P* stockpond registration; technical correction
SB1267 P* agricultural improvement districts; technical correction
SB1268 P* labor organizations; political activities; contributions
SB1269 P* rezoning; majority vote
SB1307 C state lands; mass appraisal guidelines
SB1383 C Arizona national rankings
SB1386 C charter schools; charter renewal period See Vote
SB1388 C graduation requirement; college entrance exam
SB1393 C public education; students' religious liberties.
SB1405 P taxation of capital gains; subtraction
SB1429 C Arizona medal of honor
SB1430 C water desalination study committee
SB1432 C homestead exemption; amount
SB1437 C schools; gun safety instructors; certification
SB1442 C county supervisors; membership; number
SB1444 C appropriation of federal monies
SB1469 C environmental quality; permits; projects; payments
SCM1001 P* equine resources; opposing federal legislation
SCR1025 P publicly financed elections; prohibition
SCR1026 C secret ballot; fundamental right
SCR1044 C property tax exemption; disabled veterans
SCR1045 P death resolution; Jake Flake
SR1003 P national day of the cowboy

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