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House set to begin votes on bills Tuesday (access required)

The Arizona House of Representatives is set to hear potentially dozens of bills this week -- including a measure to shield businesses from legal liability if a patron or employee gets COVID-19 -- even as the Senate sits recessed, poised to finalize last week’s adjournment motion and end the session.

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Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita, R-Scottsdale, who with Rep. Kelly Townsend, R-Mesa, called for a resolution to overturn Gov. Doug Ducey’s emergency declaration, posted this photo on Twitter and called for the reopening of the economy by saying, “Let’s start with removing police tape from our children’s play equipment.” PHOTO TWITTER

Passage of resolution to overturn Ducey’s order a very long shot (access required)

The plan hatched by some of the Legislature’s most vocal conservatives to reopen the state’s economy hinges on a concurrent resolution that would overturn the governor’s emergency declaration.