Governor Ducey Takes Action On All Remaining Legislation

News Release

May 16, 2018

PHOENIXGovernor Doug Ducey today took action on 62 bills today, clearing out all legislation remaining on the governor’s desk from the 2018 legislative session.

Education continued to be a  top priority this legislative session. To strengthen Arizona’s K-12 education system, significant investments were made including — 20 percent teacher pay raises, $1.8 million to fund career and technical education, $10 million for behavioral health specialists, $53 million for building renewal to improve school infrastructure – the highest funding level since 2007 – and $86 million over two years for construction of five new schools.

The governor also worked alongside legislators of both parties to deliver on his commitments to battle the opioid crisis, curb wrong-way driving, reduce burdensome regulations and secure the border.

During the 2018 legislative session, Governor Ducey signed 346 bills and vetoed 23 bills. To view the highlights of how Governor Ducey delivered for Arizonans, click HERE.

FULL LIST OF ACTIONS TODAY

SIGNED
HB 2088 pupils; concussions; parental notification
HB 2197 health professionals; workforce data
HB 2209 internet protocol; corporation commission
HB 2212 firearm possession; peace officers; definition
HB 2235 dental therapy; regulation; licensure
HB 2253 schools; exchange teachers; employment duration
HB 2307 scrap vehicles; sales
HB 2310 underground storage tanks; reimbursement claims
HB 2324 community health workers; voluntary certification
HB 2356 juvenile court; jurisdiction; age
HB 2383 HOV lanes; emergency vehicles
HB 2384 unlawful flight; vehicle impoundment
HB 2414 state employee health plan; incentives
HB 2416 appropriation; study; prime contracting classification
HB 2422 personal delivery devices
HB 2455 commercial vehicles definition; driver licenses
HB 2510 auto dealers; task force; fund
HB 2520 schools; reading requirements
HB 2522 traffic violations; penalties
HB 2526 career technical education districts
HB 2527 ticket surcharge; public safety equipment
HB 2529 assisted living; referrals; disclosure
HB 2532 occupational regulation; municipalities; counties; hearings
HB 2534 teachers; certification requirements
HB 2538 U.S. House vacancy; special election
HB 2564 court fees; EORP; state contribution
HB 2589 department of gaming omnibus
HB 2596 property taxes; procedures; abatement
HB 2648 ballot measures; paid circulator definition
HB 2649 public meetings; recordings; posting; definition
HB 2650 commercial license; defensive driving school
HB 2651 landlord tenant; security deposits
HB 2652 electric bicycles; definition; use
HB 2653 expenditure limitation; waiver of penalties
HB 2654 illegal substances education; partnership
HB 2655 real estate licenses; online classes
HB 2656 electronic wills and trusts
HB 2657 interscholastic activities; health dangers; information
SB 1039 appropriation; Arizona water protection fund
SB 1140 certificates of authority; video service
SB 1167 merit council; law enforcement qualifications
SB 1181 corporation commission; railway safety inspectors
SB 1245 appropriation; SNAP; benefit match; produce
SB 1254 school district consolidation
SB 1271 construction liability; apportionment; study
SB 1273 administrative proceedings; rules; contested cases
SB 1293 department of revenue; administrative efficiency
SB 1296 government communications; emergency response interpreters
SB 1398 unemployment; return-to-work program; suitable work
SB 1409 TPT; prime contracting; alteration; replacement
SB 1476 county sheriff; reentry planning; appropriation
SB 1478 employer contributions; EORP
SB 1496 prisoners; drug sentences; out-of-custody treatment
SB 1498 AZPOST; membership; training; AMBER alert
SB 1504 developmental disability rates; appropriation

VETOED 
HB 2002 automobile theft authority; appropriation
HB 2004 ASRS; waiting period; repeal
HB 2062 permits; licenses; denials; agency hearings
HB 2254 minimum limits; vehicle liability insurance
HB 2478 sports authority districts; extension
HB 2498 historic preservation; rangeland improvements; requirements
SB 1091 income tax payments; bitcoin

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