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Legislative agencies have been created under Arizona law to assist and support the Arizona State Legislature and help them perform their duties.
These agencies are tasked with providing direction to the Legislature, whether it's to recommend improvements in the operation of state entities or to provide research and reference services.
These agencies often perform analysis and prepare important state records and documents.
Legislative agencies in this section are established under A.R.S. Title 41 State Government, Chapters 7 and 8. Refer to the offices or committees for more information.
The Arizona Department of State added the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records as a division on October 1, 2009, with the passing of Senate Bill 1091. The bill moved LAPR from the legislative branch to the executive branch under the Office of Secretary of State.
Office of Auditor General