Legislative District 15 is in the northern Phoenix. It is 147.34 square miles, more than twice the size of Washington, DC. The district is 98.88 percent urban covering 53.20 percent of its land area and 1.12 percent rural covering 46.80 percent of its land area.

2016 Elections results

Arizona House of Representatives
John Allen (Republican) 52832
Heather Carter (Republican) 60779
Brandon Dwyer (Democrat) 36729
Arizona Senate
Nancy Barto (Republican) 62691
Tonya K. Macbeth (Democrat) 36414

Representative John M. Allen

Party: Republican

Home city: N/A

Occupation: N/A

Committees:

  • Banking and Insurance
  • Rules

Introduced bills in 2018:

Bill Number Short/NOW Title
HB2021 JLAC; auditor general

Representative Heather Carter

Party: Republican

Home city: Cave Creek

Occupation: Clinical Associate Professor – Education Leadership

Committees:

  • Appropriations
  • Health

Introduced bills in 2018:

Bill Number Short/NOW Title
HB2036 substitute teachers; experience; certification
HB2037 schools; statewide college readiness examination
HB2038 drug overdose review teams; records
HB2039 certificates of necessity
HB2040 pharmacy board; definitions; reporting
HB2041 pharmacy board; licenses; permits
HB2042 insurance coverage; telemedicine; urology
HB2043 occupational therapy board; continuation
HB2044 physician assistants board; continuation
HB2045 acupuncture board; continuation
HB2046 department of economic security; continuation
HB2084 indoor tanning; minors; restricted use
HB2085 schools; emergency epinephrine administration
HB2086 schools; diabetes management policies; pharmacists
HB2087 family caregiver income tax credit.
HB2088 pupils; concussions; parental notification
HB2089 interscholastic activities; health dangers; information
HB2111 technical correction; emergency interception
HB2112 funding; gifted pupils
HB2113 schools; online test preparation
HB2129 DHS; radiation regulatory boards; repeal
HB2130 technical correction; home health agencies
HB2131 technical correction; school district establishment
HB2132 technical correction; county school superintendent
HB2133 technical correction; textbook purchase
HB2134 technical correction; public health
HB2135 AHCCCS; chiropractic services.
HB2136 appropriation; DES; information; referral service
HB2175 medical records; reproductions; fee schedule
HB2191 military families; assistance; subaccounts
HB2192 military family relief fund; extension
HB2193 juveniles; maximum sentence; commutation
HB2194 podiatrists; dispensing registration; repeal
(NOW: podiatrists; special meetings)
HB2195 technical correction; health services; fees
HB2196 certificates of necessity; hearings; duration
HB2197 health professionals; workforce data
HB2250 physician assistants; prescribing authority; delegation
HB2251 serious mental illness; dual diagnosis
HB2252 schools; concussions; health care provider
HB2253 schools; exchange teachers; employment duration
HB2254 computation of time; day; portion
HB2255 controlled substances; automatic refills; minors
HB2256 podiatrists; examination; repeal
HB2257 radiation regulatory boards; repeal; DHS
HB2258 diabetes; annual report
HB2259 juvenile court facilities; shelters; use
HB2321 acupuncture board; visiting professor certificate
(NOW: auricular acupuncturists; fingerprinting)
HB2322 health insurers; provider credentialing
HB2323 schools; inhalers; contracted nurses
HB2324 community health workers; voluntary certification
HB2494 appropriation; Maricopa community colleges; STEM
HB2533 schools; average daily membership
HB2534 teachers; certification requirements
HB2547 health providers; pain management; prohibitions
HB2548 health professionals; continuing education; opioids
HB2549 controlled substances; dosage limit
HB2646 appropriation; STEM internships
HCR2004 Special Olympics day
HCR2027 wear red day 2018
HCR2031 Alzheimer’s awareness day.
HCR2033 world hearing day 2018
HCR2034 Reyna Estrada; mental health; support
HCR2038 maternal mental health
HCR2042 living kidney donors day 2018

Senator Nancy Barto

Party: Republican

Home city: Phoenix

Occupation: Legislator

Committees:

  • Health and Human Services
  • Judiciary

Introduced bills in 2018:

Bill Number Short/NOW Title
SB1076 assault; public safety contractors; workers
SB1077 fund solicitations; charities; unlawful acts
SB1078 Arizona criminal justice commission; membership
SB1084 condominium; termination; appraisal dispute
SB1085 technical correction; state land; sale
(NOW: AHCCCS; naturopathic physicians)
SB1086 AHCCCS; chiropractic services
SB1136 municipalities; parking; public vehicles
SB1137 VLT reduction; recreational vehicles
SB1195 technical correction; health services; monitoring
(NOW: application; emergency admission; nonevaluating hospitals)
SB1196 technical correction; food standards
(NOW: developmental homes; monitoring)
SB1197 technical correction; bulk food; applicability
SB1198 blind persons’ rights; adoption; custody
SB1246 behavioral health board
SB1247 health insurance; mandated provision prohibited
SB1285 technical correction; ALTCS insurance; exemption
SB1377 dental therapy; licensure; regulation
SB1393 dissolution; human embryos; disposition
SB1394 DHS; reporting; abortions
SB1395 temporary custody without court order
SB1396 group home beds; mentally ill
SB1397 behavioral health; dependent children; reports
SB1431 memorial; veterans; suicide
SB1450 independent oversight committees; appointment; duties
SB1451 patient referral inducements; prohibited compensation
SB1452 dependency; kinship care; aggravated circumstances
SB1471 estimated costs; insurers; health providers
SB1473 schools; civics literacy state seal
(NOW: kinship care; aggravated circumstances; dependency)
SCR1019 mental health; support; Reyna Estrada