Arizona: Governor Katie Hobbs Legislative Action Update

PHOENIX ~ Today, Governor Hobbs signed 12 bills into law, including HB2456, which will fund The Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind (ASDB) for the next 4 years.

The Governor expressed his support for the ASDB community, stating that they have been treated with disrespect and not given equal access to participate in the legislative process. He encouraged the Legislature to reflect on the passage of HB2456 and send him a bill next session that includes a full eight-year continuation.

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The other bills signed into law include HB2012, Repeal; Massage Therapy; Communication Proficiency; HB2028, PSPRS; Contribution Rates; HB2607, Board Members; Condominiums; Planned Communities; HB2143, Gray Water; Residential Standards; Rules; HB2213, Case Management; Remote Access; Requirements; HB2041, Mental Health; Voluntary Evaluations; Payment; HB2288, Roundabouts; Right-Of-Way; Large Vehicles ;HB2062, License Plates ; Special Plates ;HB2717 , Trauma Counseling ; 911 Dispatchers ;HB2459 , Schools ; Governing Board Members ; Employment ;HB2484 , Failure To Return Vehicle.

Governor Hobbs' signing of these bills is a step forward in providing equal access to resources for those in the ASDB community.

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