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Pending legislation

JTHunter2

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There was a thread that mentioned Senate Bill 1475, the DNA bill, elsewhere on this site. That thread was from back in February and March with no new information. I did a web search using that bill number and wasn't able to find anything about this bill since late February.
Is there anybody here that has any newer information on this bill's status?
 

solus

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Held in rules since Feb 2019...


Bill History for SB1475

SponsorsLIVINGSTONP
KeywordsSTATE GOVERNMENT - TITLE 41
Sections Affected41-2419, 41-2418
Short TitleDNA identification database; requirements
Pending TitleS/E: requirements; DNA identification database
Senate First Read2/5/2019
Senate CommitteesAssigned DateCommitteeReport DateActionVote
2/5/2019TPS2/20/2019DPA/SE5-3-0-0-0-0
2/5/2019RULES2/25/2019HELD0-0-0-0-0-0
Senate Second Read2/6/2019
Final DispositionHeld in Rules
 

JTHunter2

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Thanks. Tried to search it but couldn't figure out that "doublespeak". Was considering moving to the Prescott area and "G.T.F.O.O.I." but legislation like that might queer that idea.
 

AZkopper

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The Legislation session ended last spring. The bill never got out of committee. Any legislator can write any bill he or she wants, but many get killed in committee and never see the light of day. AZ still has a Republican majority in the Legislature, and is ranked #1 nationally for gun rights. Don't expect to see any anti-2A bills getting out of committee in the near future. Red Flag was gutted and killed last year, and never even made it to a bill this year.
 
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