In partnership with the country’s leading business advocacy organization, business groups across Arizona have made defeat of the anti-employer PRO Act one of their top priorities for the remainder of the year.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is working with its partner organizations in Arizona to express their gratitude that the state’s two senators, Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly, continue not to support the legislation.
Sinema and Kelly are two of only three Democratic senators who have not agreed to cosponsor the bill. Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (New York) says he will bring the bill to a vote once it secures 50 cosponsors, which makes Sinema and Kelly’s position on the bill even more important.
The House version of the PRO Act passed along mostly party lines in March. All of Arizona’s Democratic congressional delegation members voted in favor of the bill.