A Senate bill to benefit some Flagstaff non-profits was supposed to be heard in a House committee Thursday, but was held up. SB-1225 was written by Senator Sylvia Allen and it’s meant to provide short-term funding to the city’s non-profits to help the cope with Flagstaff’s rising minimum wage. If the bill is passed by the House, it will provide just over one-point-six million dollars to disabled care providers in Flagstaff. No vote was held in the House Health and Human Services Committee after the vice chairman says there were too many questions on the bill to take a vote today. The bill could be rescheduled for the committee at a later date.