Hour 3 - Ross Trumble (Local Coordinator in AZ for Campaign for Liberty) on Gov Ducey signing HB2014 in to law (precious metals as legal money in AZ)
2017-05-31 Hour 3 Ross Trumble from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.
I have been fighting bad legislation in the Arizona State Legislature with the fantastic Arizona Campaign for Liberty Team since 2010. We currently have a bill to ban photo radar and red light cameras statewide that has passed the House and should be voted on in the Senate in March.
I am the Director of PR and Content at Knoodle Advertising (knoodle.com) and live in Phoenix with my daughter Liberty.
Ross's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:
Governor Ducey Takes Action On All Remaining Legislation
May 22, 2017
PHOENIX — Governor Ducey took action today on 33 bills, clearing out all legislation remaining on the governor's desk from the 2017 legislative session.
The session saw historic achievements for Arizona, including the passage of a fiscally responsible budget that makes new investments in K-12 public schools and higher education as well as legislation to roll back economic barriers, expand opportunities, and advance the health and safety of Arizonans.
In total this session, the governor signed 344 bills and vetoed 11 bills. Below are a few of the highlights from today's bill signings:
Legislation (SB 1368) to ensure newborn babies are screened for Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID), a rare genetic disorder that leaves individuals vulnerable to infectious diseases.
Legislation (HB 2547) to pave the way for a $1 billion investment in Arizona's three public universities directed toward research and development infrastructure.
Legislation (HB 2372) to expand economic assistance and waive initial licensing fees for low-income and vulnerable citizens.
Full list of actions today
SB 1072 - administrative decisions; scope of review (Petersen)
SB 1108 - cash assistance; children (Brophy-McGee)
SB 1150 - ignition interlock device; regulation; installers (Worsley)
SB 1152 - tax authorization; consolidated election dates (Lesko)
SB 1156 - average daily membership; high schools (Borrelli)
SB 1197 - real estate appraisal (Brophy McGee)
SB 1218 - housing department; conforming changes (Brophy McGee)
SB 1292 - Arizona competes fund; microenterprises (Farnsworth, D)
SB 1317 - schools; specially designed instruction (Allen, S)
SB 1360 - dependency proceedings; permanent guardianships; reunification (Brophy McGee)
SB 1368 - newborn screening; fees (Allen, S)
SB 1416 - quality jobs incentives; tax credits (Pratt)
SB 1453 - road improvement districts; financing (Griffin)
SB 1454 - county improvement districts; assessment; contribution (Griffin)
HB 2014 - legal tender exchange; tax effect (Finchem)
HB 2091 - TANF; SNAP; finger imaging; repeal (Allen, J)
HB 2161 - occupational diseases; workers' compensation; presumptions (Boyer)
HB 2191 - angel investor; tax credit cap (Cobb)
HB 2219 - school capital finance revisions (Norgaard)
HB 2227 - legislators; mileage rate (Mesnard)
HB 2249 - vehicle registration; nonresidents; penalty (Boyer)
HB 2372 - public benefits; fee waivers; requirements (Weninger)
HB 2395 - schools; illegal substances; notification (Boyer)
HB 2410 - workers' compensation; firefighters; heart-related cases (Shope)
HB 2498 - prepaid legal insurance; capital requirements (Livingston)
HB 2515 - governor appointees; criminal records checks (Farnsworth, E)
HB 2547 - university infrastructure capital financing; appropriations (Boyer)
SB 1036 - charter schools; rulemaking exemption (Allen, S)
SB 1209 - teacher; principal; evaluation instrument (Smith)
SB 1247 - conservation easement; in lieu payments (Griffin)
SB 1337 - industrial hemp; licensing (Borrelli)
SB 1384 - school-sponsored media; student journalists (Yee)
HB 2169 - state retirement; waiting period; repeal (Livingston)