The Request to Speak System (RTS) is a computer program designed for members of the Arizona public to voice their opinions on pieces of legislation. It allows citizens to sign up as “in favor,” “neutral,” or “in opposition” to various bills and leave comments which are viewed by the Committee Chairperson while the bill is passing through committee. The comments can also be viewed by any legislator who logs into the system to view the bill.
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