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Statewide Budget Conversation Tour
Arizona House Appropriations Chairman To Hold Statewide Budget Conversation Tour 

Representative Justin Olson, Chairman of the Arizona House of Representatives Appropriations Committee, will host five town hall forums for the public to learn about budget proposals and offer their input on what they would like to see from the Arizona State Legislature.

To facilitate as much participation as possible from all Arizonans, the public forums will take place at locations around the state including Flagstaff, Gilbert, Glendale, Tucson and Yuma.

Topics at the forum will include current budget proposals, a recent history of the state's budget and an invitation to all attendees to offer their views and budget recommendations. The hearings will be broadcast online and live streamed via social media when available.

Click here for dates and locations.


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A training designed for persons with disabilities who want to learn about their voting rights.

Learn the Answers to:
How do I register to vote?
Where do I go to vote?
Can I vote if I have a guardian?
Can I vote if I Iive in a group home?
How do I use a voting machine?
Who do I call if my polling place is inaccessible to me?

Presenters include the Arizona Center for Disability Law, People First of Arizona, SABE Voter Project, Youth Action Council of Arizona and Maricopa County Elections.

Questions? Contact the Center, at (602) 274-6287 (voice) or 1-800-927-2260 (toll free), or e-mail rwoodruff@azdisabilitylaw.org. 

Interested? Register today for this training at Eventbrite.

For more information download the agenda in PDF
or text format


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Attend a FREE Special Education Training on working with students with challenging behaviors.

Do you have questions about Arizona’s new Restraint & Seclusion Law?
Do you have questions about working with students with challenging behaviors?
Do you have questions about discipline, suspension and expulsion of student’s disabilities?
Do you have questions about Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS)?

The Arizona Center for Disability Law in collaboration with Daniel Davidson, PhD, BCBA-D with the Institute for Human Development at Northern Arizona University will be conducting training for parents and interested individuals to answer these questions and more. This free training will provide information on the recently passed state law limiting the use of restraint or seclusion in Arizona schools.

Questions? Contact the Center, at (602) 274-6287 (voice) or 1-800-927-2260 (toll free), or e-mail rwoodruff@azdisabilitylaw.org. 

Interested? Register today for this training at Eventbrite.

For more information download the agenda here.