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AZ Regular Legislative Session 2022

The 2022 Regular AZ Legislative Session begins January 10, 2022

-2022 Session is set to end May 13, 2022

-Prefiling for bills started Nov. of 2021. 

-All bills must go through the proper steps during session to be voted on. 

If a bill is passed through all steps, it will then be directed to the Governors desk where he can either sign the bill or veto the bill.

Bills signed will then be chaptered and go into effect 90 days from the close of the legislative session. 

AzCMF will be tracking bills related to medical freedom & parental rights here. 

Although we will establish a position on bills, we always encourage you to continue your research on bills and come to your own conclusion. 

Bills will be assigned to committees on a weekly basis. Find the current week to vote on RTS & to stay up to date with each bills status.

  • For the week of 1-17-22 to 1-21-22

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BILL #        VOTE       TITLE                  LATEST                     DESCRIPTION                

school board associations; membership;payment

Jan. 18 @ 2pm

Room SHR1

Senate Education Committee

YES

SB1011

Remove taxpayer $ from going to membership for state or nat'l school board associations

SB1015

YES

medical records; minors; parent access

Jan. 19 @ 9am

Room SHR1

Senate Health Committee

Notwithstanding any other law, a parent has the right to access & review medical records of their minor child

SB1077

YES

AHCCCS; chiropractic care; report

Jan. 19 @ 9am

Room SHR1

Senate Health Committee

Change to have AHCCCS cover chiropractic care when ordered by PCP

SB1161

YES

prescription drug coverage; steering prohibition

Jan 18 @ 9am

Room SHR1

Senate Health Committee

Prohibits transferring patient or prescriber identifiable prescription information for commercial purposes. Prohibits pharmacist from  coercing a patient into using certain providers.

HB2025

NO

schools; parental classroom visitation policies

Jan 18 @ 2pm

Room HHR4

House Education Committee

States parents can visit or observe a school UNLESS it is a health risk. (health risk is NOT defined in the bill and is too broad and open for interpretation)

HB2040

YES

ESAs; special education services; notification

Jan 18 @ 2pm

Room HHR4

House Education Committee

Qualified school shall notify parent if their child meets already provided special ed services & the school provides them, BEFORE the parent pays tuition from an ESA. 

HB2043

YES

employer liability; COVID-19 vaccine requirement

Jan 19 @ 9am

Room HHR4

House Judiciary Committee

If an employer denies a religious exemption & requires a person to receive a COVID19 vaccine, the employer is liable to the person for damages that result by receiving the covid19 vaccine.

SB1165

YES

interscholastic; intramural athletics; biological sex

Jan 20 @ 9am

Room SHR1

Senate Judiciary Committee

Interscholastic sports via school shall be based on biological sex I.E. "male, men, boy" "females, women girls" or "COED MIXED"