Representative Heather Carter

Party: Republican

Home city: Cave Creek

Occupation: Clinical associate professor

Committees:

  • Appropriations
  • Health

Introduced bills in 2018 as of January 23, 2018:

  • HB 2036: substitute teachers; experience; certification
  • HB 2037: schools; statewide college readiness examination
  • HB 2038: drug overdose review teams; records
  • HB 2039: certificates of necessity
  • HB 2040: pharmacy board; definitions; reporting
  • HB 2041: pharmacy board; licenses; permits
  • HB 2042: insurance coverage; telemedicine; urology
  • HB 2043: occupational therapy board; continuation
  • HB 2044:  physician assistants board; continuation
  • HB 2045: acupuncture board; continuation
  • HB 2046: department of economic security; continuation
  • HB 2084: indoor tanning; minors; restricted use
  • HB 2085: schools; emergency epinephrine administration
  • HB 2086: schools; diabetes management policies; pharmacists
  • HB 2087: family caregiver income tax credit
  • HB 2088: pupils; concussions; parental notification
  • HB 2089: interscholastic activities; health dangers; information
  • HB 2111: technical correction; emergency interception
  • HB 2112: funding; gifted pupils
  • HB 2113: schools; online test preparation
  • HB 2129: DHS; radiation regulatory boards; repeal
  • HB 2130: technical correction; home health agencies
  • HB 2131: technical correction; school district establishment
  • HB 2132: technical correction; county school superintendent
  • HB 2133: technical correction; textbook purchase
  • HB 2134: technical correction; public health
  • HB 2135: AHCCCS; chiropractic services.
  • HB 2136: appropriation; DES; information; referral service
  • HB 2175: medical records; reproductions; fee schedule
  • HB 2191: military families; assistance; subaccounts
  • HB 2192: military family relief fund; extension
  • HB 2193: juveniles; maximum sentence; commutation
  • HB 2194: podiatrists; dispensing registration; repeal
  • HB 2195: technical correction; health services; fees
  • HB 2196: certificates of necessity; hearings; duration
  • HB 2197: health professionals; workforce data
  • HB 2250: physician assistants; prescribing authority; delegation
  • HB 2251: serious mental illness; dual diagnosis
  • HB 2252: schools; concussions; health care provider
  • HB 2253: schools; exchange teachers; employment duration
  • HB 2254: computation of time; day; portion
  • HB 2255: controlled substances; automatic refills; minors
  • HB 2256: podiatrists; examination; repeal
  • HB 2257: radiation regulatory boards; repeal; DHS
  • HB 2258: diabetes; annual report
  • HB 2259: juvenile court facilities; shelters; use
  • HB 2321: acupuncture board; visiting professor certificate
  • HB 2322: health insurers; provider credentialing
  • HB 2323: schools; inhalers; contracted nurses
  • HB 2324: community health workers; voluntary certification
  • HCR 2004: Special Olympics day

Representative Douglas Coleman

Party: Republican

Home city: Yuma

Occupation:

Committees:

  • Education
  • Government

Introduced bills in 2018 as of January 23, 2018:

  • HB 2120: recreational vehicle parks; rental duration
  • HB 2156: legislative vacancy; appointment; time frame
  • HB 2158: TPT; additional rate; education
  • HB 2168: mobile homes; recreational vehicles; fund
  • HB 2173: jurisdictional elections; notice of participation
  • HB 2174: unemployment insurance; technical correction
  • HB 2178: secretary of state; notary public
  • HB 2179: STO; administration costs; low-income qualification
  • HB 2180: fire district budget hearings
  • HB 2181: jury duty; hardship; age exemption
  • HB 2182: campaign finance; candidate committee; transfers
  • HB 2183: STO; income tax credit cap
  • HB 2184: secretary of state; rulemaking
  • HB 2206: early voting; voting centers
  • HCR 2007: clean elections; unlawful contributions; rulemaking

Senator Nancy Barto

Party: Republican

Home city: Phoenix

Occupation: Legislator

Committees:

  • Health and Human Services
  • Judiciary

Introduced bills in 2018 as of January 23, 2018:

  • SB 1076: assault; public safety contractors; workers
  • SB 1077: fund solicitations; charities; unlawful acts
  • SB 1078: Arizona criminal justice commission; membership
  • SB 1084: condominium; termination; appraisal dispute
  • SB 1085: technical correction; state land; sale
  • SB 1086: AHCCCS; chiropractic services
  • SB 1136: municipalities; parking; public vehicles
  • SB 1137: VLT reduction; recreational vehicles
  • SB 1195: technical correction; health services; monitoring
  • SB 1196: technical correction; food standards
  • SB 1197: technical correction; bulk food; applicability
  • SB 1198: blind persons’ rights; adoption; custody
  • SB 1246: behavioral health board
  • SB 1247: health insurance; mandated provision prohibited
  • SB 1285: technical correction; ALTCS insurance; exemption