Arizona Legislature Adjourns

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The Arizona Legislature adjourned the first regular session of the 53rd Legislature sine die on May 10, 2017.

Senate Bill 1123 passed, prohibiting any person acting on behalf of a state agency from entering into a contract for lobbying services, and from spending money for any person or entity to lobby on behalf of the agency unless the person is a state employee.

The Legislature is not scheduled to convene again until early 2018.