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Jen Longdon Fights for
Arizona's Working Families

Jen is Fighting for You

Jen Longdon has sponsored more than a dozen bills in the most recent session, garnering bipartisan support for some.

Jen’s bills tackled a broad range of issues, including:  

  • preventing gun violence

  • protecting vulnerable adults in group homes

  • promoting equal pay

  • promoting accessibility

  • expanding access to health care
  • increasing student access to social services

Jen has gone to bat as a co-sponsor on other bills addressing criminal justice reform, increasing school funding, expanding health care access, increasing voter protection, increasing LGBTQ protections, and more.   

Our Priorities

Equity

Equity

Jen is fighting to ensure basic legal rights to equality for all and to dismantle the generational and systemic sexist, racist, and ableist oppression that has rendered even existing rights inaccessible to many disabled, black, indigenous, trans, and other marginalized communities. Jen supports passage of H.R. 40 which establishes a Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans.

Education

Education

Quality education should not only be accessible to all, but it should also be affordable and attainable.

Jen is fighting to ensure quality education for all students from early childhood to community college and beyond.

Health Care

Health Care

Every Arizonan must have access to quality, affordable healthcare.

Jen is fighting to ensure everyone can access quality healthcare, and when they need it, and can do so at an affordable cost.

Gun Violence Prevention

Gun Violence Prevention

Gun violence is a public health crisis that destroys communities and costs Arizonans 1.9 billion dollars per year.

Jen is fighting for common sense solutions to prevent gun violence and against the extreme gun lobby.

Sponsored Legislation

Fifty Fifth Legislature ~ Second Regular Session (2022)

Jen Longdon has introduced the following legislative bills:

Bill Number Short/NOW Title
HB2361 firearm purchases; waiting period; offense
HB2362 firearm dealers; firearms transfers; requirements
HB2363 firearm sales; permit verification; requirements
HB2364 patient information; gun safety; appropriation
HB2365 severe threat order of protection
HB2366 firearm sales; transfers; background checks
HB2367 firearm; ammunition storage; civil penalty
HB2368 TPT; exemption; firearm storage devices
HB2386 health care institutions; education; abuse
HB2387 minimum staff ratios; nursing homes
HB2388 nursing homes; advisory council
HB2404 firearm transfers; domestic violence; offenses
HB2436 statewide ADA coordinator; appropriation
HB2437 Arizona beekeepers special plates
HB2438 massage therapists; fingerprinting; website information
HB2525 AHCCCS; outpatient services
HB2526 AHCCCS; complex rehabilitation technology
HB2527 sexual assault survivors; rights
HB2634 textbooks; representation; disabilities; sexual orientation.
HB2751 supported decision-making; supporter obligations
HB2752 sentencing; concealed weapons permit; surrender
HCR2013 firearm sales; transfers; background checks

Jen Longdon has co-sponsored the following legislative bills:

HB2072

group B weight; kindergarten; appropriation

HB2073

school funding; inflation adjustment

HB2074

literacy endorsement; noncertificated teachers; requirement

HB2075

schools; corporal punishment; prohibition.

HB2076

presidential preference election; independent voters

HB2077

candidates; school; local; electronic signatures

HB2078

initiative; referendum; signatures; electronic submittal

HB2139

missing and murdered indigenous peoples

HB2140

indigenous representative; statutory commissions; boards

HB2142

missing and unidentified persons; reports

HB2143

ACJC; victim compensation fund; allocation

HB2224

cat declawing; prohibition; exceptions

HB2225

pet dealers; state preemption; repeal

HB2226

fireworks; use; overnight hours; prohibition.

HB2227

appropriations; AHCCCS; postpartum visits.

HB2228

county jails; education programs; appropriation

HB2229

prisoners; medical records; family access

HB2306

AHCCCS; pregnant women; dental care

HB2307

AZPOST; mandatory reporting; peace officers

HB2308

protective hairstyles; discrimination prohibited

HB2309

detained juveniles; advisements; notifications

HB2310

DCS; investigation; schools; children; disabilities

HB2312

AHCCCS; postpartum care; appropriations

HB2313

appropriations; AHCCCS; postpartum visits

HB2335

expenditure limitation; school districts; repeal.

HB2359

appropriation; office of Indian education

HB2360

appropriation; military; discharge; tribal ceremonies

HB2369

tax credit; earned income.

HB2393

adult protective services; audit; appropriation

HB2394

group homes; monitoring; appropriation

HB2397

emotional abuse; vulnerable adults

HB2401

rent regulation; state preemption

HB2402

automatic voter registration; same day.

HB2403

appropriation; ADE; electric school buses

HB2419

appropriation; schools; trees

HB2420

adult incarceration contracts; cost comparison

HB2421

study committee; student-led school clubs

HB2422

government vehicles; electric; appropriation

HB2427

tax credits; grants; reporting; repeals

HB2428

statistical information; disclosure; review committee

HB2432

dogs; unlawful restraint; penalties

HB2433

HIV testing; consent; repeal

HB2441

healthy families program; appropriation

HB2442

appropriation; community health grants

HB2444

clean elections; county candidates

HB2488

Uyghurs; forced labor; contracts; prohibition

HB2513

Arizona jazz day observed

HB2514

day of racial healing; observed

HB2515

peace officers; cameras; recordings; disclosures.

HB2516

peace officer database; disciplinary actions

HB2517

peace officers; duty to intervene

HB2518

peace officers; liability; unlawful act

HB2519

use of force; law enforcement

HB2528

area agencies on aging; appropriation

HB2530

teachers academy; mental health professionals

HB2531

AZPOST; membership

HB2532

tribally accredited educational institution; plates

HB2533

tribal college dual enrollment program.

HB2561

schools; instruction; Native American experience

HB2563

daily route mileage; calculation

HB2564

holiday; Indigenous Peoples’ day

HB2592

juror compensation; superior court; appropriation.

HB2618

power plants; contractors; workforce requirements

HB2635

health care workers; assault; prevention

HB2638

curriculum; Asian American Pacific Islanders

HB2639

Asian American; Pacific Islander month

HB2648

state employees; paid family leave

HB2650

critical incident bureau; establishment; DPS

HB2651

appropriation; Cesar Chavez Boulevard.

HB2654

parents bill of rights; definition

HB2666

carbon capture task force

HB2667

grants; school counselors; social workers

HB2681

environmental justice; task force

HB2691

health care workforce; grant programs

HB2704

AHCCCS; preventive dental care

HB2705

appropriation; teachers’ dependents; insurance premiums

HB2706

nutrition; health; pilot programs; grants

HB2754

permanent early voting list

HB2796

health professions; fingerprint clearance cards

HB2805

extension; low-income housing tax credit

HB2806

appropriation; housing trust fund

HB2812

rainwater harvesting program

HB2813

vehicle finance transaction; clear title

HB2817

professional development personnel; teachers; appropriation

HB2835

appropriation; laboratory; Navajo technical university

HCM2003

Indian boarding schools; urging investigation.

HCM2005

ERA deadline; elimination; urging Congress

HCR2009

marriage; definition; repeal

HCR2012

school districts; expenditure limit; authorization.

HCR2021

ratification; equal rights amendment.

HCR2023

tribal homelands; federal government

HCR2030

death resolution; Grant Woods

HCR2037

campaign finance; source disclosure

SB1279

geographic; historic board; name change

SB1293

health insurance; hearing aids; children

SB1524

online home sharing; repeal.

SB1529

child care; waiting list; appropriation

SB1531

housing trust fund; unclaimed property

SB1532

school personnel; reporting; drug offenses

SB1533

noncertificated school employees; due process

SB1534

schools; corporal punishment; prohibition

SB1535

appropriation; adult protective services

SB1536

appropriation; home; community based services

SB1537

hearing evaluations; preschools

SB1539

Alzheimer’s; dementia; advisory council

SB1540

textbooks; representation; disabilities; sexual orientation

SB1560

appropriation; domestic violence; sexual assault.

SCR1038

short-term rentals; vacation rentals.

SCR1039

ratification; equal rights amendment

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