Arizona: Governor Katie Hobbs Legislative Action Update


Phoenix, AZ –  Today, Governor Katie Hobbs took the following legislative action:

SB1677, Firefighters; Peace Officers; PTSD; Therapy
HB2091, agency continuations; technical registration; contractors
HB2209, industrial commission of Arizona; continuations
HB2210, state agencies; continuations; duties
HB2378, continuation; PSPRS
HB2438, ADOT; continuation; administration; licensing; planning
HB2897, General Appropriations Act; 2024-2025
HB2898, Amusements; 2024-2025
HB2899, Capital Outlay; Appropriations; 2024-2025
HB2900, Commerce; 2024-2025
HB2901, Criminal Justice; 2024-2025

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HB2902, Environment; 2024-2025
HB2903, Health Care; 2024-2025
HB2904, Higher Education; 2024-2025
HB2905, Human Services; 2024-2025
HB2906, K-12 Education 2024-2025
HB2907, Local Government; 2024-2025
HB2908, State Buildings; Management; 2024-2025
HB2909, Taxation 2024-2025
HB2910, Self-Supporting Regulatory Agencies; Funds; 2024-2025
HB2911 (, State Budget Implementation; 2024-2025

SB1007 (, schools; libraries; explicit materials; classification
SB1435 (, public entity liability; sexual offenses
SB1511 (, insurance; gender surgeries; documentation; reports

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SB1570 (, psilocybin services; regulation; licensure
HB2009 (, real estate; subdivisions; employment agreements

Read SB1007 veto letter here (
Read SB1511 veto letter here (
Read SB1435 veto letter here (
Read SB1570 veto letter here (
Read HB2009 veto letter here (

Additionally, Governor Hobbs released the following statement on signing the budget bills into law:

"Despite facing a $1.8 billion budget deficit, we showed Arizonans that we can work across the aisle and compromise to balance the budget and deliver for everyday Arizonans.

"I am proud that we were able to protect critical services that Arizonans rely on, including state aid to public schools and the Housing Trust Fund. We also made meaningful investments that will strengthen our healthcare system, support border security and fentanyl interdiction efforts, increase affordable housing, and improve the well-being of our children.

"Nobody got everything they wanted, but this bipartisan, balanced budget puts our state on solid financial ground. Moving forward, I'll continue working to secure our water future and create good-paying jobs for working families. And while we won reforms to the unsustainable ESA program, I am not done fighting to bring true accountability and transparency to protect taxpayer dollars and ensure every Arizona child gets the education they deserve."


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