By Marianne Goodland
Legislative Reporter 

Yuma included among schools to be reviewed by Indian Affairs Commission


The 2022 General Assembly session came to its constitutionally mandated conclusion shortly before midnight Wednesday, May 11, bringing forward 657 bills during its 120 days.

What remained on lawmakers’ agendas until the very last day included bills on collective bargaining for county workers, the school finance act and a bill on hospital visitation.

The collective bargaining bill, Senate Bill 230, was already watered down by the Senate, exempting counties of less than 5,000 population (which included Phillips and Sedgwick) and allowing county commissioners to reject collective bargainin...

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