The Arizona Legislature Ended the 2019 Session, Here Are Some Bills The Legislature Passed
The Arizona Legislature Ended the 2019 Session
The Arizona Legislature ended its 2019 session, in which they passed 331 bills. The governor signed 261 of those into law and vetoed seven.
Senate Bill 1087,
UPDATE: Governor Ducey has signed senate Bill 1087, increases the minimal liability limits for auto insurance. The bill increases the minimum amounts of coverage required to $25,000 for bodily injury to or death of one person in any one accident, from $15,000. The bill also increases the limit to $50,000 for bodily injury to or death of two or more persons in any one accident, from $30,000. It also raised the limits for property damage to $15,000 up from $10,000 (which is less than last year’s version of the bill).
House Bill 2532
House Bill 2532 would allow counties and cities to establish by ordinance, systems and programs that provide EMS access to critical health information about program participants who are who are involved in motor vehicle emergencies or accidents and who are unable to communicate. Program requirements are specified and the county or cities may charge program participants a nominal fee for program costs. This bill is also currently waiting for the governor to either sign or veto.
House Bill 2134
And in election law, do not bother writing in Mickey Mouse or your Uncle Joe anymore. House Bill 2134, would mandate that in order for any write in candidate to advance to a general or run off election, that person must receive votes equal to the amount required for a nominating petition for the same office.
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