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56th Legislative Session Wrap-Up

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The 56th Legislative Session in Arizona was historic, stretching over two sessions. Session 1 lasted 201 days, setting a record as the longest legislative session in Arizona’s history, followed by Session 2, which extended for another 160 days. This extended period brought forth a multitude of bills, both beneficial and detrimental to Arizona’s workers. Despite the challenges, we fought for working people, and our Governor, Katie Hobbs, played a pivotal role with her extensive use of veto power, rejecting over 100 harmful bills.

Despite the challenges, several legislative victories reinforced the rights and welfare of Arizona’s working people. 

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