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Category Archives: Border Security
This is a summary of major bills and details on the balanced budget put together by the Majority at the Arizona Legislature. Accomplishments of 52nd Leg 5 26 16
The Legislative Joint Border Security Advisory Committee voted today to recommend that the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office be the first recipient of funds from the Border Security Trust Fund. The sheriff’s office will receive approximately $219,000 to enhance border security. … Continue reading
Budget After years of papering over imbalanced state budgets, the new Governor and Republican Leadership in the Legislature committed to achieving a structurally balanced budget. A budget that spends only those monies that are available provides the state with fiscal … Continue reading
Arizona State Senate Highlights of the 51st Legislature Second Regular Session (Unless otherwise noted, all bills were signed into law) Appropriations The Republican Legislative Majority continued its conservative, pragmatic approach to enacting a balanced FY 15 budget. By finalizing a … Continue reading
Senator Bob Worsley joined Mark Curtis on Arizona Nightly News Wednesday night to discuss the bill he introduced to create a virtual border fence along Arizona’s Southern Border. The bill would appropriate $30 million to allow the state to monitor the Arizona-Mexican Border. To see the full interview, follow … Continue reading
Senator Gail Griffin of Hereford has been appointed Co-Chair of the Joint Border Security Advisory Committee, Senate President Andy Biggs announced. Senator Griffin has been a member of the committee since March 2011. Senator Griffin has a long history of … Continue reading