HB2545

Unpaid Leave of Absence for Legislators

Date of Vote: July 12, 2024

Chamber of Origin: House

Requires an employer to allow an employee to take an unpaid leave of absence when the employee: a) Serves as an elected member in the Senate or the House of Representatives during a Legislative session; or b) Is required to perform administrative duties as required by the Legislature as an elected member.1

Turning Point Action’s Position

Turning Point Action Supports

Voted YEA

46
52.17% REPUBLICANS47.83% DEMOCRATS0% INDEPENDENTS

VOTED NAY

6
100% REPUBLICANS0% DEMOCRATS0% INDEPENDENTS
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Voted yea

Alexander KolodinState HouseArizona
Session Score:88.89
Alma HernandezState HouseArizona
Session Score:27.78
Analise OrtizState HouseArizona
Session Score:5.56
Austin SmithState HouseArizona
Session Score:100.00
Barbara ParkerState HouseArizona
Session Score:94.44
Ben TomaState HouseArizona
Session Score:97.22

Voted nay

Gail GriffinState HouseArizona
Session Score:94.44
Kevin PayneState HouseArizona
Session Score:94.44
Matt GressState HouseArizona
Session Score:88.89
Quang H NguyenState HouseArizona
Session Score:94.44
Selina BlissState HouseArizona
Session Score:94.44
Steve MontenegroState HouseArizona
Session Score:100.00

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