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As a Member of the House of Representatives, I am actively involved in sponsoring and drafting legislation about issues that matter most to you.

Please contact my offices to share your thoughts on current legislation that may affect you, your family, and your community.

Sponsored Bills

One of the most important aspects of being a part of the House of Representatives is developing, drafting and monitoring laws. Presented here is a collection of legislative bills I've championed during my tenure in the Arizona State House of Representatives. These bills highlight not only my core values and priorities but also demonstrate my ability to build bipartisan support by effectively communicating the shared significance of these issues to all members of the House.

This bill appropriates $40 million to the Arizona Promise Program, ensuring tuition and fees coverage for eligible Arizona residents at public universities, aiming to make higher education more accessible and affordable.

A bill that mandates municipalities to allow the development of middle housing, including duplexes, triplexes, quadplexes, cottage clusters, and townhouses, in residential zones.

Legislation that permits municipalities to adopt ordinances allowing the development of accessory dwelling units (ADUs) in areas zoned for single-family or multifamily use.

This bill prohibits principals from discriminating, taking adverse action, or retaliating against workers who in good faith raise concerns about workplace violations of government health or safety rules, or significant threats to health or safety during a public health emergency.

This bill amends Arizona's Revised Statutes to enhance privacy protections for election officers and related roles. It imposes strict rules on disclosing personal identifiers like addresses and phone numbers, prohibiting their open availability online or through public records if it endangers safety.

A bill that initiates a cost-free pension program for employers with employee deductions for retirement plans. However, it may be too costly for smaller programs. Additionally, it updates voter and election officer instructions, specifying that individuals can only handle or return their own ballot, or that of family members, household members, or those they care for, making it unlawful to handle or return ballots for others.

This bill stipulates that any insurance policy that includes prescription drug coverage must cover contraceptive drugs or devices approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration without imposing any cost-sharing requirements.

Legislation that lays out the updated instructions for voters and election officers, which highlight that a person can only handle or return their own ballot, or the ballot of their family members, household members or persons for whom they are a caregiver. It is considered unlawful to handle or return the ballot of any other person. 

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