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2023 Legislative Priorities

See this year’s legislative agenda

Our Agenda

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2023 Legislative Scorecard

See who’s for kids and who’s just kidding

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The Countdown Begins:

AZ Students Need a Permanent Fix to the School Spending Limit

HEALTH. EDUCATION. SAFETY.

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Impacting lives.

Our 2023 Legislative Priorities

We urge elected officials to protect Arizona’s ability to meet the education, health care, and human services needs of vulnerable children and families by not introducing new tax cuts, tax credits, or any other legislation that reduces state revenue.

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Legislative Agenda

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Priority Bill Tracking

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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.

Kids Count Data Book

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Events

Leadership Academies applications now open!

CAA and Arizona Early Childhood Alliance (AZECA) Leadership Academies are now accepting applications!  Both leadership academies are designed to bring community leaders together to amplify their voices in a unique way to influence policymakers on children and health issues.   CAA’s Lived Experience…

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Join us for 35 Years: Through the Eyes of a Child, November 1st

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The Child Care Cliff: What Arizona Needs to Know

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Arizona Ranks 39th In Child Well-Being But Inaccessible, Unaffordable, Child Care Pushes Parents To The Breaking Point.

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Governor Hobbs Signs Bill Eliminating Administrative Fees in Juvenile Court