SB1236

Protecting Children from Sex Offenders

Date of Vote: March 5, 2024

Chamber of Origin: Senate

Modifies offender age thresholds that require the Department of Public Safety (DPS) to include offenders of specified offenses on the Internet Sex Offender Website (Website).1

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Turning Point Action Supports

Voted YEA

19
84.21% REPUBLICANS15.79% DEMOCRATS0% INDEPENDENTS

VOTED NAY

9
0% REPUBLICANS100% DEMOCRATS0% INDEPENDENTS
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Voted yea

Anthony KernState SenateArizona
Session Score:100.00
Catherine MirandaState SenateArizona
Session Score:15.52
Christine MarshState SenateArizona
Session Score:13.79
David GowanState SenateArizona
Session Score:89.66
David C. FarnsworthState SenateArizona
Session Score:100.00
Denise “Mitzi” EpsteinState SenateArizona
Session Score:10.34

Voted nay

Anna HernandezState SenateArizona
Session Score:8.62
Brian FernandezState SenateArizona
Session Score:12.07
Eva DiazState SenateArizona
Session Score:34.48
Flavio BravoState SenateArizona
Session Score:6.90
Juan MendezState SenateArizona
Session Score:6.90
Priya SundareshanState SenateArizona
Session Score:6.90

Not voting

Eva BurchState SenateArizona
Session Score:24.14
Lela AlstonState SenateArizona
Session Score:17.24

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