Request To Speak (RTS) Tutorial

The Request To Speak program (RTS) is a tool that enables community members to register opinions on bills listed on agenda and to request to speak on a bill in a committee. This system replaced the former paper system that required community members to physically come to the capitol to sign in to speak or register an opinion. The RTS program, after an initial set-up at a kiosk, allows citizens to participate from their computers.

Watch the following 4-minute tutorial video to learn how to use the RTS program:

For more information about how to navigate the policy process tune in to "Arizona Common Ground," a podcast with the inside story of how public health policies and laws get developed.