Representative Chaplik's Sponsored and
HB2085 – Allows employees of licensed real estate agents to collect rent without requiring a license of their own.
HB2129 – Memorializes Arizona’s rodeo history with a memorial license plate that supports a rodeo museum and provides collegiate scholarships.
HB2613 – Requires that the Arizona Department of Transportation only display messages on their highway signs that are directly related to transportation, highway public safety, and amber, silver, or blue alerts.
HB2614 – This bill changes the way that schools handle mass communication, preventing schools from sharing information with 3rd parties or removing people from the communication list.
HB2615 – Establishes license plates to support a youth music and art fund for a local Arizona nonprofit organization.
HB2616 – Prohibits any school district or government entity from requiring masks for kids without parental consent.
HB2617 – Directs election officials to cancel a voter when a voter dies, isn’t a citizen, or is registered in another state.
HB2770 – Specifies that businesses are not required to enforce a mask mandate that is established by any jurisdiction in Arizona.
HB2838 – Creates an opt-in income tax that allows businesses to pay to Arizona a tax that is deductible at the Federal level providing relief to privately-owned, “pass-through”, and typically small businesses.
HB2041 – Requires robust fraud countermeasures for all ballots including universal, specific, and watermarked paper, holographics, specific ink, unique ultraviolet signatures, and a QR code linking voters to a web-based ballot tracker.
HB2054 – Requires the Secretary of State to use death certificates to remove voters from the AZ voter registration database.
HB2079 – Prohibits county Board of Supervisors from establishing election precincts that contain more than 1,500 voters. Requires ballots in a voting center be separated by precincts.
HB2080 – Requires ballots be counted by hand.
HB2235 – Exempted county Board of Supervisors from a pay raise in 2025.
HB2236 – Prohibits state agencies from registering voters without their request.
HB2237 – Makes day-of registration insufficient for voting in that election.
HB2238 – Ends the use of unmonitored drop-boxes.
HB2239 – Requires that damaged or defective ballots be duplicated by hand, not by machine.
HB2240 – Restricts voting centers to only voters in that county.
HB2241 – Requires identification to be verified at early drop box locations.
HB2242 – Requires the county recorder and Secretary of State to verify name, address, date of birth, and driver license number during voting registration.
HB2357 – Directs the Attorney General to conduct investigations into voter fraud and enforce subpoenas.
HB2358 – Requires county recorders to cancel voter registration when voter changes address out of county or state.
HB2359 – Requires that voting machines be further secured from unauthorized entry.
HB2360 – Directs the Secretary of State to operate the voter registration system with oversight from a committee of county recorders.
HB2364 – Adds identification requirements for pamphlets for school district override, initiative, and bond elections.
HB2492 – Requires that voter registration include proof of residence, date of birth, and an affirmation of citizenship.
HB2493 – This bill appropriates funds for county recorders to beef up their election security and cybersecurity.
HB2494 – Instructs the Secretary of State and each county recorder to publish online any voter registration events they plan to facilitate.
HB2569 – Prohibits any jurisdictions in the state from receiving private money to conduct elections.
HB2596 – This bill transforms our elections, requiring that all voters present identification, vote only on election day, and only in their precinct.
HB2621 – This bill forbids the State of Arizona from signing onto any consent decree or settlement in which the constitutionality or legality of our election laws are being challenged.
HB2792 – Forbids election officers from delivering a ballot in the mail to anyone who has not requested an early ballot for that election.
HB2793 – Forbids agencies from registering a person to vote unless that person requests to register.
HB2794 – Prohibits state agents from modifying any election deadlines.
HB2811 – Prohibits agents of the state from registering voters day-of an election.
HCR2021 – Declares the legislature’s support for the Electoral College and opposition against any effort to overturn it.
HCR2023 – Declares the legislature’s opposition to any effort by the federal government to usurp election control and administration.
HB2743 – This bill removes no-excuse mail-in ballots, reforms election precincts, eliminates voting centers, and prohibits voting machines.
HB2777 – Gives legislators the ability to call audits of county elections.
HB2778 – Prohibits the Secretary of State and County Recorders from using electronic registration information centers.
HB2780 – Requires county recorders to publish a voter roll before the election and ballot images after the election available for public review.
HB2783 – Increases the penalties for election crimes, including voter fraud.
HB2786 – Prohibits county recorders from accepting voter registration or an early ballot form from any non-official source.
HCR2025 – This bill puts the Voter ID Act before the voters in 2022, requiring that voters provide an identification to vote.
HCR2033 – Decertifies the 2022 election.
SB1119 – Requires online copies of ballots to be publicly available after elections.
SB1120 – Adds 19 specific fraud countermeasures to paper ballots.
SB1457 – Requires the Secretary of State to make sure voting machines meet security standards, cannot access the internet, and log user access to the device.
HB2108 – Prohibits sex offenders from being employed as taxi drivers.
HB2110 – Allows courts to order community service in lieu of monetary obligations for civil traffic violations at the rate of the state’s minimum wage.
HB2309 – Classifies violent and disorderly assembly and some offenses conducted during such assemblies as Class 6 Felonies.
HB2317 – Funds the border wall, providing a desperately-needed defense against the rising crisis at Arizona’s southern border.
HB2484 – Prohibits trade and ownership of animal fighting paraphernalia.
HB2548 – Establishes laser possession at a riot or unlawful assembly as a misdemeanor.
HB2552 – Expands aggravated criminal damage to include damaging monuments as a felony.
HB2787 – Outlines what criminal information state agencies may and may not use when determining if a person’s criminal record disqualifies them from licenses.
HB2809 – Outlines labeling and advertising requirements for marijuana dispensaries.
HB2889 – Increasing sentences in sexual crimes against minors.
HCR2032 – Forbids elected officials from giving “stand-down” orders to public safety officers.
HB2696 – Increases the minimum imprisonments for dangerous crimes against children and introduces human smuggling laws.
HB2111 – Prohibits using any state resources to enforce any federal law that is inconsistent with the second amendment and any state law concerning the regulation of firearms.
HB2316 – Expands where Arizonans can carry who have a valid concealed carry weapons permit.
HB2414 – Reverses the requirement for firearms to be unloaded within a vehicle when on school property.
HB2472 – Prohibits the government and financial institutions from discriminating based on firearm ownership.
HB2473 – Requires that the government only sign contracts with companies that don’t discriminate based on firearm ownership.
HB2551 – Limits restrictions to unlawful carry locations.
HB2827 – Creates a civil action for firearm manufacturers, suppliers, shooting ranges, or trade associations that have been discriminated against by the government or a financial institution.
SB1220 – Requires that landlords and condominium boards allow tenants and guests to carry, possess, transport, and store a firearm.
Government Accountability & Balance of Power
HB2107 – Protects businesses from forced closures by city or county officials during a declared emergency.
HB2310 – Reviews presidential executive orders and allows a legislative member to recommend its legality to the Attorney General, further checking the executive branch’s power.
HB2442 – Requires the county treasurer to post all annual and monthly reports on their website.
HCR2002 – Declares the legislature’s support for maintaining nine justices in the Supreme Court of the United States.
HCR2020 – Establishes the office of Lieutenant Governor, who runs on a joint ticket with the Governor.
HB2645 – Increases the penalty for unauthorized records being filed and the penalty for a notary that doesn’t report a lost official journal or stamping device.
HB2712 – Requires that a consideration of public goals established by a public body that evaluates public officers must be conducted in a public meeting.
HB2713 – Prohibits former school governing board members from becoming employees or contractors for their school district after their term for two years.
HB2753 – Revises public meeting laws to require executive sessions on legal matters to follow legislated executive session rules.
HCR2028 – Puts to voters in 2022 a minimum law enforcement expenditure.
HB2043 – Makes employers who reject religious exemptions liable for damages employees encounter when they take the vaccine.
HB2280 – This bill protects free speech online by prohibiting social media websites from deleting or censoring religious and political speech or using biased algorithms for the same effect.
HB2449 – Clergy members won’t be barred from visitation in a health care facility when a resident’s death is imminent, even during an emergency measure.
HB2452 – Forbids discrimination because of someone’s vaccination status.
HB2453 – The government will not be able to mandate masks for COVID-19.
HB2498 – Prohibits the government from requiring vaccines for residents of Arizona.
HB2570 – Restricts the ability for state agencies to suspend business licenses due to not complying with a state of emergency order.
HB2611 – This bill forbids the government or businesses from requiring students or employees to get a vaccine or wear a mask.
HB2648 – Religious services are considered essential services during a state of emergency.
HB2810 – Restricts the means and extent of civil asset forfeiture to cases where the offender is convicted and the state establishes clear and convincing evidence for forfeiture.
HB2637 – Prohibits financial institutions from discriminating against anyone based on political affiliation, social credit, or environmental, social and governance values.
HB2656 – Prohibits banks from discriminating based on social values, environmental beliefs, social or political affiliations.
Free Markets & De-Regulation
HB2128 – Offers a state licensing waiver for active-duty military service members, their spouses, and recently honorably discharged veterans for their first license.
HB2497 – Immediately cuts the tax rate to a flat 2.5% for individuals and 1.5% for small businesses.
HB2876 – Requires the Arizona Department of Transportation and local government recoup a small portion of the costs that private businesses incur when bidding on a building contract.
HB2657 – Requires businesses to file an attestation with the Attorney General that the business is compliant with forced labor laws.
SB1459 – Limits the fee for operating fantasy sports contests and event wagering.
HB2290 – Updates and streamlines terms for licensing healthcare institutions.
HB2292 – Allows the Arizona Regulatory Board of Physician Assistants to issue a new license to physician assistants who surrendered their license if the board determines the licensee be completely rehabilitated.
HB2294 – Government documents may only use male or female to indicate a person’s sex.
HB2633 – Requires hospitals to provide daily visitation.
Education Freedom and Parents’ Rights
HB2281 – Gives the Attorney General the ability to impose a fine to enforce the Arizona Parents’ bill of rights and removes immunization requirements for schools.
HB2290 – Creates an Apprenticeship Program for high school students, connecting students with paid part-time job training and an interest-bearing bank account.
HB2293 – Schools may not require employees to use pronouns that differ from the gender someone is assigned at birth.
HB2315 – Requires public schools to publish classroom materials online before the year begins for parents to review.
HB2421 – Allows public schools to offer supplemental distance learning courses.
HB2439 – Requires public and charter schools to publish classroom materials online before the year begins for parents to review.
HB2478 – Prohibits elected officials from using public resources to impede or prevent public schools from operating.
HB2597 – Unless parents request an excuse for their children, students shall recite the pledge of allegiance and be given a time for quiet reflection and moral reasoning.
HB2636 – Government entities and businesses will not be able to require a mask or COVID vaccine for employees or children without parental consent.
HB2488 – Forces the government entities of Arizona to only enter into contracts with companies that do not use Chinese Uyghur labor.
HB2496 – Allows for state university students to be exempt from student fees if they are a veteran, are recently married, have recently become a parent, have an objection on religious or moral grounds, have financial hardship, or are part-time students.
HB2610 – Removes the unnecessary and counterproductive 200-unit cap for affordable rental housing properties that want to qualify for a tax exemption.
HB2816 – Establishes a memorial license plate that supports an Arizonan charitable organization that supports children, families, and people in need, and improves the quality of life in Phoenix.
HCR2043 – Commemorates Ava Jeraldene Arpaio.
SB1165 – Directs schools to divide their interscholastic athletic teams on the basis of biological sex.