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Senator Yee Speaks at 2016 GOP Convention

 

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Senator Yee to Speak at 2016 Republican National Convention

Senator Kimberly Yee announced today she will speak at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Monday, July 18th at approximately 2:30 p.m. EST.  Senator Yee is from Phoenix and represents the 20th Legislative District of northwest Phoenix and … Continue reading

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Sen. Yee Named Among 25 Most Influential Women by Roll Call

Conservative lawmaker blazes a trail for Asian-Americans in the GOP When Kimberly Yee ran for a full term in the Arizona House of Representatives in 2010, political consultants had a few suggestions on how to address her Chinese heritage. One … Continue reading

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Sen. Yee Introduces Bills to Reform Industrial Commission

Delivering on her promise last fall to introduce legislation to address reforms and heightened accountability, Senator Kimberly Yee is introducing SB 1420 and SB 1500. These bills will be considered today in the Senate Committee on Commerce and Workforce Development … Continue reading

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Senator Smith works to help military members earn college credit for their service to country

Senator Steve Smith is working to make sure current and former members of the United States military earn credit at colleges and universities in Arizona for their service to the country. He has introduced Senate Bill 1267, requiring schools to … Continue reading

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Arizona Senator Begay To Hold First Native American Youth Summit

From poverty to high dropout rates, Native American kids and teens on and off reservations in Arizona often face incredible challenges, according to State Senator Carlyle Begay. Begay, senator of District 7, grew up on the Navajo Nation and recently … Continue reading

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Senator Kavanagh preps for busy session

The Arizona State Legislature is getting back down to business for a new session and, as always, the primary objective will be putting together a budget for operating the state, according to Senator John Kavanagh of Fountain Hills representing District … Continue reading

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