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LOLA is a web-based legislative bill tracking service providing custom tools for researching, monitoring and tracking AZ legislation.
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LegislationOnLineAZ Sep 18
Check out the latest LOLA enhancement: We've added comment from ALIS's request to speak system to our F/A/N tool
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LegislationOnLineAZ Aug 27
The general effective date for bills signed by the gov during the 2019 legislative session (minus those w/ emerg clauses) is today. Visit LOLA's Bill's Signed page to get a run down of them (w/summaries).
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Tracy Keller Townsend Aug 16
My last day at will be Oct. 4. If you know of anyone who would be a good fit to manage , and other special publications, here's a link to the job description and how to apply:
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Tracy Keller Townsend Aug 16
Personal news from a non-journalist: After 17 years at , I've decided it is time for me to move on. It has been an amazing run, and I've been blessed to have worked with so many talented and smart individuals. (1/4)
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Arizona News Service Jul 9
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LegislationOnLineAZ Jul 3
Replying to @LOLAArizona
And P.S. The vote positions in Grid Reports were from our internal LOLA account and were for testing purposes only.
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LegislationOnLineAZ Jul 3
Over the past several months, the LOLA humans have been hard at work on making some user-suggested enhancements. The most recent is allowing vote positions to be added to Grid Reports and exporting Bill Status Reports to Excel. Stay tuned for more!
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AZLegislativeReport Jun 21
With the 2019 legislative session wrapped-up, our annual Final Report of Enactments is now available. Purchase your copy today!
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LegislationOnLineAZ Jun 7
LOLA was waiting for the official transmittal letter from the Gov’s office, which didn’t come in until 6:33pm. But, as you were tweeting, we were posting. (In the car. On the way to the LOLA human’s anniversary dinner).
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Ben Giles Jun 7
. says “nay” to a higher daily allowance for AZ lawmakers. The last-minute bill would’ve tripled legislative per diem.
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LegislationOnLineAZ May 30
And the legislator with the best batting average as of today? with a 0.684 batting average. He was prime sponsor of 19 bills and as of today has had 13 bills signed by the governor.
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LegislationOnLineAZ May 30
But, which legislator has had the most bills signed by the governor as of today? with 20 bills.
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LegislationOnLineAZ May 30
The other legislators in the top five most prime sponsored bills are #2 with 70, #3 with 54, #4 with 49, and #5 with 48.
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LegislationOnLineAZ May 30
. takes the honor of being the prime sponsor of the most bills this year – a whopping 71. However, as of today, only 13 of those bills have been signed by the governor.
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LegislationOnLineAZ May 29
Replying to @dougducey
In 2015, he signed 6, and then 4 in 2016, 5 in 2017 and 6 in 2018.
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LegislationOnLineAZ May 29
Replying to @dougducey
But, 9 Dem bills are the most Gov has signed since taking office in 2015.
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LegislationOnLineAZ May 29
Replying to @LOLAArizona
There were 331 bills passed by the Legislature. Of those, only 9 Dem bills passed, with 7 already signed by the governor and 2 awaiting his signature.
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LegislationOnLineAZ May 29
There are 63 bills awaiting the governor's signature. The governor has 10 days, excluding Sundays, after the Legislature adjourns sine die to sign them. That means by Saturday, June 8, all bills should be signed or vetoed.
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LegislationOnLineAZ May 28
Now it's official. The 54th Legislature - 1st Regular Session - has adjourned sine die. May 28, 2019 at 12:58am.
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LegislationOnLineAZ May 27
Replying to @LOLAArizona
And the longest session? 1988. 173 days, which was due to the Mecham impeachment hearing.
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