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Arizona House Bill 2304 (2011)

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Arizona House Bill 2304(2011)
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Legislature:Arizona State Legislature
Text:As Chaptered
Legislative History
Governor:Jan Brewer (R)
Signed:April 29, 2011
Legal Environment
State law:Laws governing the initiative
process in Arizona
Impact on initiative rights
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Reduces Access
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Arizona House Bill 2304 is a 2011 Arizona law that altered the state's requirements for petition circulators, eased third-party primary access, and clarified laws regarding wearing political apparel at polling places. With respect to initiatives, the law repealed the state's unconstitutional circulator residency requirement. However, it replaced this requirement with a requirement that out-of-state circulators register with the state.[1] Gov. Jan Brewer signed HB 2304 into law on April 29, 2011.

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