U.S. SENATE – U.S. Senator Martha McSally (R-AZ) released the following statement after the president signed her bipartisan, bicameral bill to make the judicial system more accessible to victims, witnesses, parties, and jurors in northern and southern Arizona, into law.

“This is a great win for Arizonans in northern and southern Arizona,” said McSally. “Now, federal proceedings can be held in Yuma and Flagstaff and the ability to access our justice system has been made just a little bit easier. I want to thank the Arizona delegation for their bipartisan efforts to help get this bill across the finish line and the president for signing this solution to assist the growing communities of Yuma and Flagstaff into law.”

On July 25, McSally secured Senate passage of her bill and it was sent to the president’s desk.

On July 10, McSally applauded the passage of her bill in the U.S House of Representatives.

On March 7, McSally introduced the bipartisan legislation that would allow Arizona federal district court proceedings to be held in Flagstaff and Yuma.