Legislative Priorities and Priority Bills

See this year’s legislative agenda and check out our 2024 Priority Bills.

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Early Childhood Day at the Capitol

The Arizona Early Childhood Alliance (AZECA) hosted its 8th annual Day at the Capitol for parents, advocates, and legislators to raise awareness of the importance of a child’s earliest years.

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Oral Health Day at the Capitol

This year, CAA joined the Arizona Oral Health Coalition at the Capitol.

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The Countdown Begins:

AZ Students Need a Permanent Fix to the School Spending Limit


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Our 2024 Legislative Priorities

The 2024 Children’s Action Alliance legislative agenda works to assure the community conditions necessary to allow all Arizona families to have equitable access to high-quality education, health care, child well-being, services, and employment. We strive to live in an Arizona where all children and families thrive.

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Legislative Agenda

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Issues we support

We work to create an Arizona where every child is safe, loved, and has access to quality education and affordable health care.

AZ Kids Count Data Book

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Our signature resource, the Arizona KIDS COUNT Data Book, is the only Data Book that focuses on statewide data trends about children. The Data Book is one of many ways we inform and influence others to advance policies to benefit Arizona children.

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Arizona Releases First-Ever Report on Adolescent Health

Children’s Action Alliance (CAA), in collaboration with Affirm and the Arizona Alliance for Adolescent Health, is excited to release the inaugural State of Adolescent Health in Arizona report. Recognizing that adolescence is a critical phase of growth and development for establishing a foundation for…


Nearly 103,000 Arizona kids lost AHCCCS, but KidsCare expansion brings hope.

Arizona Preschoolers Are at Risk of Being Left Behind


SB 1458: Because Children Thrive in Families, Not Institutions


English language learners deserve equitable education opportunities