2005 Arizona Revised Statutes - Revised Statutes §37-620.01 Concurrent jurisdiction over veterans administration properties; acceptance
A. If the administrator of the veterans administration of the United States desires, on behalf of the United States, to relinquish to this state any legislative jurisdiction over lands or interests in lands under the administrator's supervision or control in order to establish concurrent jurisdiction between the United States and this state pursuant to title 38, section 1004(g) or 5007, United States code, the administrator may file with the governor a written notice to that effect. The notice shall state the nature and extent of such jurisdiction to be relinquished to the state by specifying the subjects upon which the state may legislate and the lands or interests in lands affected.
B. This state may accept such jurisdiction upon the governor's signing a joint resolution adopted by the legislature. The joint resolution shall state the nature and extent of the jurisdiction to be accepted by this state by specifying the subjects upon which the state may legislate and the lands or interests in lands affected.
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