Journals of the Arizona Senate
The Journals of the Arizona Senate chronicle the proceedings of the Arizona State Senate. The Journals contain the Governor's Opening Message to the Legislature (sometimes called the "State of the State Address"), veto messages from the governor, and record the introduction and final disposition of the bills along with the details of the votes. The Journals also contain a history of the bills for that session, as well as a listing of committees and their membership. Some of the earlier sessions also contain an "Explanation of votes" index of members who requested the explanation of their vote be included in the journal.LanguageEnglishPermissions and ReuseCopyright to this resource is held by the creating agency and is provided here for educational purposes only. It may not be downloaded, reproduced or distributed in any format without written permission of the creating agency. Any attempt to circumvent the access controls placed on this file is a violation of United States and international copyright laws, and is subject to criminal prosecution.
1915, Journal of the Arizona Legislature, State of Arizona, Second Legislature, Supplement for 1st and 2nd Special Sessions