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House Bill (HB) 2365: NOW: wireless providers; use of rights-of-way
Sponsor: Representative Weninger
Summary: The bill allows wireless carriers such as Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint to install, operate and maintain small cell equipment in city and town rights-of-way.
League Position: SUPPORT - The League is supportive of the bill after numerous stakeholder meetings with the industry to address the concerns of cities and towns.
2/7/2017: HB2365 passed out of House Commerce by a vote of 9-0. The bill now proceeds to the Rules Committee.
2/22/2017: HB2365 passed the House COW.
2/23/2017: HB2365 passed the House Third Read by a vote of 60-0.
2/24/2017: HB2365 was transmitted to the Senate.
3/20/2017: HB2365 passed out of House Commerce and Public Safety by a vote of 8-0. The bill now proceeds to the Rules Committee.
3/29/2017: HB2365 passed the Senate COW.
3/29/2017: HB2365 passed the Senate Third Read by a vote of 29-0-1.
3/30/2017: HB2365 passed the House Final Read by a vote of 53-1-6. The bill was transmitted to the Governor.
3/31/2017: HB2365 was signed by Governor Ducey.