What will lawmakers have up their sleeves?

Hatfield, David
January 2008
Inside Tucson Business;1/7/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 30, p20
The author reflects on the bills passed by lawmakers in Tucson, Arizona. He denotes that 14 of the 81 bills pre-filed before the opening of the second session of the 48th Legislature either had to do in making technical corrections with the existing legislation. So far, he asserts that the best bill has been the one signed by Representative Steve Farley concerning the matter of prohibiting any lawmaker to introduce more than 10 bills in any session of the Legislature.


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