Proposed Arizona “Zero-Deductible” Bill Held Again

The proposed Arizona bill to repeal the “zero-deductible” auto glass repair and replacement law was supposed to be heard today in the state Senate’s Transportation and Technology Committee meeting, but Sen. Karen Fann, co-sponsor of the bill (SB 1169), held it once more. 

The bill can be resubmitted to the committee on Tuesday, February 14, to be voted on for the final time. If the bill gets held again, Sen. Fann could make it become a striker bill by reincarnating the dead bill to pop up in a later session.

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