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Pre-emption webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Christina Rocks
13:26
Excited to be here! :)
Ryan Winkle
13:26
YAY! Awesome to see you again Serena! Hey CM Kuby! I am excited for today! Ryan Winkle - RAIL CDC
Meghanne Bearden
13:36
Meghanne Bearden, Director of Public Policy at Wildfire
Mary Jung
13:55
Mary Jung HonorHealth
William Grove
14:08
Will Grove, Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona
Theresa LeGros
14:36
Theresa LeGros, U of A, Nutr Sciences & Public Health
Carolyn Finley
15:19
Good afternoon! Carolyn Finley, Mercy Care
Tina Brown
16:46
Hello. Tina Brown, AZ Complete Health
Lauren Kuby
32:04
Thank you Phil Carpenter and Dr. Fairbanks for anti-smoking ballot initiatives!
Meghanne Bearden
36:44
I appreciate your comments, Will! Thank you for your continued honesty.
Serena Unrein
44:16
Thanks for all the great questions you all are asking in the chat! Keep them coming and we’ll get to as many questions as we can during this forum.
Serena Unrein
45:19
Thanks to Philip Carpenter for sharing this resource about air quality: go to Azsmokefreeliving.org to view the Arizona State of the Air 2020 Report
Laurie Munn
48:11
David Gowan works for a fireworks manufacturing company; he also lobbied for his company and now he's in the state legislature. You can thank him for the fireworks issues and the pre-emption statute happened just in time for him to ram that through.
Lauren Kuby
50:39
www.supportdemocracy.org - The Local Solutions Support Center
Serena Unrein
52:48
Thx to David Swindell for sharing this: The Center for Urban Innovation at ASU released a report a couple of years ago aimed at local government official (not just in AZ) with strategies on how to respond to preemption: https://urbaninnovation.asu.edu/content/navigating-waters-between-local-autonomy-and-state-preemption
Lauren Kuby
53:07
lauren_kuby@tempe.gov
Serena Unrein
53:13
Petra Morrison: Petra.Morrison@heart.org
Lauren Kuby
53:42
Petra.Morrison@heart.org
Laurie Munn
56:22
I'll volunteer to collect signatures for that
Laurie Munn
01:05:50
What is one thing each of us could do to have the most impact, to fix this?
Reid Butler
01:07:51
Serena/All: The Arizona MultiHousing Association and the Arizona Housing Coalition are working together again in the 2021 Legislative Session on a new State Tax Credit for Affordable Housing. This Bill will create significant additional resources for affordable housing in Arizona. Our groups have worked together on this Bill for the last 3 years. This Bill was on track to be approved in the 2020 Legislature before all Bills were stopped due to COVID-19. We also have worked together to support re-storing the State Housig Trust Fund, another key resource for affordable housing in Arizona, as mentioned by Councilwoman Kuby. Reid Butler, Chair, AMA
Laurie Munn
01:09:22
Will, would you also recommend getting involved in your Legislative District?
Katelyn Prinzo
01:09:46
This is Katelyn with TigerMountain Foundation — www.tigermountainfoundation.org for volunteer opportunities
Katelyn Prinzo
01:10:22
We take vacant lots in south phonix and turn them into urban gardens and teach the youth of the community how to prep, plant, and harvest and prepare healthy meals
Katelyn Prinzo
01:10:37
katelyn.prinzo@tigermountainfoundation.org
Leah Holiman
01:11:26
Thank you ALL for your time and sharing this information with us.
Eric Ossowski
01:13:15
Very informative. Thank you.
David Dube
01:13:22
Thank you!
Katelyn Prinzo
01:13:25
Thank you!
Christina Lyons
01:13:26
thank you
Carolyn Finley
01:13:29
Thank you!
Christina Rocks
01:13:36
Thank you all!! :)