Arizona Senate Bill 1210 (2012)

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Arizona Senate Bill 1210 (2012)
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Legislature:Arizona State Legislature
Text:As Chaptered
Sponsor(s):Biggs, Allen, Driggs, et al.
Legislative History
Introduced:January 23, 2012
State house:March 20, 2012
Vote (lower house):Y 51, N 6, NV 3
State senate:February 9, 2012
Vote (upper house):Y 28, N 1
Governor:Jan Brewer (R)
Signed:March 27, 2012
Legal Environment
State law:Laws governing the initiative
process in Arizona
Arizona Senate Bill 1210 is a 2012 Arizona law that confers on initiative proponents or primary legislative sponsors the right to intervene in the defense of a ballot measure. Essentially, the law would allow proponents (in the case of initiatives) and lawmakers (in the case of legislative referrals) to defend their ballot measure if that measure were challenged in court.[1]


Senate Bill 1210 was primarily sponsored by Andy Biggs (R), Sylvia Allen (R), Adam Driggs (R), Ron Gould (R), Jerry Lewis (R), Rick Murphy (R), and Steven B. Yarbrough (R).[2]

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