“AHPA was instrumental in fighting for a ‘Meet and Confer’ bill that included all DPS employees.  Without AHPA’s hard work, civilians would have been left out of the process.”
– State Senator John Huppenthal

A comparison of FOP Lodge 32 vs. AHPA

Organizational Control Membership is DPS Only Bylaws include Civilian and Sworn employees Controls own Political Action Committee Professional Lobbyist on Retainer
AHPA YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
FOP Lodge 32 NO
1
NO
2
NO
3
NO
4
NO
5

1. FOP Lodge 32 Bylaws, Article I, Section 2
2. FOP Lodge 32 Bylaws, Article III, Section 1
3. FOP Lodge 32 Bylaws, Article III, Section 1
4. Arizona Secretary of State Political Action Committee Records
5. Arizona Secretary of State Lobbyist Registration Services

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