Updated on 7/14 with dispositions of certain bills, courtesy this AZCentral.com piece
Her dispositions of the last group of bills sent her by the lege consisted mostly of signing bad bills, but there were a few nuggets of good work among the pile of road apples sent to her.
The summary of all of her dispositions (signing, vetoing, transmitting w/o signature) can be found here. It's updated as of 3:30 p.m on Monday.
Among the highlights of the vetoes:
HB2258, relating to consumer fireworks; vetoed for safety reasons
SB1017, relating to the creation of specialty license plates supporting MS research, the Masons, hunger relief and children's cancer research; vetoed because of "flawed" wording
HB2369, which would have allowed the legislature to seize and reappropriate "non-custodial" federal monies (such as block grants)
Among the lowlights (aka - the bad bills) that she signed into law:
HB2101, a bill to force Pinal County to change the size of its Board of Supervisors from three to five members. It was going to happen soon anyway because of Pinal's growth, but there is a Republican former legislator who wants back in an elected office of one sort or another, so the Rep caucus in the lege accelerated the process.
HB2396, compelling ADOT to establish and enter into "public-private partnerships" for the construction of toll roads and other "eligible facilities"
HB2564, adding all sorts of restrictions to abortion access; AZCentral.com coverage here
HB2400, redefining "partial birth abortions" and increasing the criminal penalties for the performance of a partial birth abortion...something that is already illegal under federal law
SB1113, the guns in bars and restaurants bill; AZCentral.com coverage here
Status unclear as of this writing:
HB2103, to allow the state treasurer to bypass the state attorney general and hire outside counsel for legal advice. Also known (by me, anyway :) ) as the "Dean Martin doesn't like Terry Goddard" bill
HB2288, creates a larger tax credit (for insurers) who make donations to school tuition organization and eliminates the sunset date for the existing corporate tax credit for STO contributions
SB1022, usurping local ordinances regarding "tampering" with political signs - Vetoed
SB1123, forcing Tucson to hold non-partisan elections, aka Jonathan Paton's scheme to see more Republicans win office in Tucson's municipal elections
SB1168, the NRA's bill to allow guns in cars on other people's private property
SB1175, prohibiting someone who is not "an osteopathic or allopathic physician" from performing an abortion
SB1243, the NRA's "defensive display" of guns bill
My expectation for the "no info yet" category of bills is that most were signed into law, especially given that most are bad bills. I just haven't found any reports on those yet.
More tomorrow, especially details on the other bills...