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Greater Phoenix Leadership Board of Directors Take Position on Legislative Proposals

The Greater Phoenix Leadership (GPL) Board of Directors formally voted on Thursday, February 6 to support over a dozen policy proposals that have been, or will be, introduced at the Arizona State Legislature this session. This legislation, having been reviewed by the Board and the External Relations Committee, directly aligns with the mission and priorities of GPL’s six policy committees focused on Affordable Housing and Homelessness, Arts and Culture, Criminal Justice Innovation, Economy and Trade,  Transportation and Infrastructure, and P20 Education.

  • SB1060 (Allen) Special Education Funding; Group B Weights
  • HCR2001 (Fillmore) English Language Education; Requirements
  • SCR1002 (Brophy McGee) Education; TPT; Use Tax
  • HB2762 (Udall) Project Rocket Pilot Program; Appropriation of funds for failing schools
  • HB2732 (Weninger) Tax Credit; Affordable Housing
  • HB2755 (D. Rodriguez) Schools; Drug Violations; Reporting Options
  • HB2101 (Griffin) Appropriation; Arizona Water Protection Fund
  • SB1321 (Brophy McGee) Anti-discrimination; Employment; Housing; Public Accommodations
  • HB2387 (Udall) Continuing High School Program/Goodwill Partnership
  • HB2355 (Toma) Charitable Contribution; Deduction; Inflation Adjustment
  • HB2356 (Toma) Charitable Contribution; Deduction; Increase
  • HB2668 (Cobb) Hospitals; Unreimbursed Costs; Assessment; Fund

Additionally, GPL’s Board of Directors voted to support anticipated legislation related to an increase of the State’s motor fuel use fee, as well as some restoration of the State’s Housing Trust fund monies. The Board previously voted to support the Arizona Board of Regent’s New Economy Initiative budget request in December 2019.

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