Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) released the Family Issues Voting Record today, reporting on how Arizona’s 90 state legislators voted on the issues of life, marriage and family, and religious liberty.
Included in the record is how state legislators voted on:
- The Mother’s Health & Safety Act, HB 2036, which bans abortions after 20 weeks.
- HB 2800, which guarantees that federal tax dollars that pass through the state do not go to abortion providers.
- SB 1047, which creates a new tax credit to give children on waiting lists the opportunity to attend the school of their parents’ choice.
- HB 2625, which protects religious employers from being, forced to violate their religious beliefs and pay for abortion-inducing drugs and contraception.
Center for Arizona Policy supported the legislation contained in the Family Issues Voting Record. Since the organization was founded in 1995, 114 CAP-supported bills have been signed into law.
If we’ve learned anything from the last few elections, it’s that Arizona is a pro-life and pro-religious freedom state. Because Arizonans turn out to vote their values, we have a state legislature that has taken important steps to make our state a better place for families.
The Family Issues Voting Record contains how state legislators voted on 12 pieces of legislation. For a complete recap of all CAP-supported legislation, click here:
Arizona Senate Voting Record: http://bit.ly/J6EKSO
Arizona House of Representatives Voting Record: http://bit.ly/Jth789