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Rebuilding the Economy

There are currently two Arizona experiences: communities that have begun recovering from the lasting effects of the pandemic and those that have not. This reality has been ignored by Republicans for too long. We can promise that their inaction will not be mirrored in our caucus.

 A better Arizona for all is   possible with policy that   addresses longstanding   shortcomings and equitable   opportunity in the future. 

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The people of Arizona deserve an economy that works for them - not the ultra-rich & well-connected. We stand in solidarity with our labor unions to provide Arizona with policies that ensure everyone has access to good jobs, fair wages, and affordable necessities.

 

We are committed to ensuring equitable access to vaccinations, a strengthened job market, and new opportunities to achieve financial stability for all. The pandemic shed light on our state's historical failure to make lasting investments in low-income communities and marginalized communities of color across the state. Moving forward we are working to ensure the remaining federal American Rescue Plan Act funds are used to support the communities that need them the most.

While good economic policies could potentially fall under any committee, most bills will pass through the following committees. Meet our COM, W&M, and Approps teams:

The Commerce
Committee

Tuesday @ 2p.m.

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Rep. Cesar Aguilar
Ranking Member

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Rep. Leezah Sun

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Rep. Analise Ortiz

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Rep. Mariana Sandoval

Ways & Means
Committee

Wednesday @ 9a.m.

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Rep. Andrés Cano
Ranking Member

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Rep. Jennifer Pawlik

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Rep. Mariana Sandoval

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Rep. Seth Blattman

Appropriations
Committee

Wednesday @ 2.p.m.

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Rep. Athena Salman
Ranking Member

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Rep. Judy Schwiebert

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Rep. Amish Shah

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Rep. Lorena Austin

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Rep. Stephanie Stahl Hamilton

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Rep. Marcelino Quiñonez

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