Petition statement to be delivered to The Arizona State House, The Arizona State Senate, and Governor Jan Brewer

Stop attacks on AZ firefighters, teachers and others who keep our communities safe and strong

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Stop attacks on AZ firefighters, teachers and others who keep our communities safe and strong

To be delivered to The Arizona State House, The Arizona State Senate, and Governor Jan Brewer

Petition Statement

We urge all Arizona lawmakers to stop the attacks on firefighters, teachers, police officers and other hard-working public service workers. Vote NO on SB 1484, 1485, 1486 and 1487.
There are currently 12,650 signatures. NEW goal - We need 15,000 signatures!

Petition Background

Taking a page out of the playbooks of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, extreme Arizona lawmakers are pushing a series of bills attacking firefighters, teachers, nurses and others who work hard to keep our communities safe and strong.

These bills would lead to larger class sizes in our schools, more dangerous working conditions for firefighters and police officers and making our communities less safe.

As in Wisconsin and Ohio, these measures are not about balancing Arizona’s budget and are not about jobs. They are about the destructive political agenda of right-wing politicians and their corporate funders are pushing across the country to consolidate their power.

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