An Arizona commission linked the state's Forestry Division to the deaths last summer of 19 wild land firefighters, issuing the ruling after its investigative agency reported on its probe and recommended financial penalties.
A new opinion from the Arizona Attorney General says public agencies can't charge a copying fee if a person just wants to review records at the agency's office.
- Business, civic leaders to hear economic forecast
- Forum on CPS hears of more holes in child network
- Arizona official: 5 CPS staffers placed on leave
- Founding father of marijuana legalization movement dies at 80
- Ex-US Rep. Rick Renzi wants bail during appeal
- From state Senate to State Department: Jackson is new liaison to tribes
- Arizona updating regulations on abortion clinics
- US education officials: Arizona an at-risk state
- Judge: County now lacks zoning law for pot shops
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The special session on the budget and Medicaid expansion was the product of a five-month battle that took more twists and turns than a rattlesnake on a blistering sidewalk.
- Whatever happened to… The fate of the session’s most colorful bills
- Freshmen stand out on issues ranging from Medicaid to sales tax reform
- Crandall has worst attendance record in Legislature; 19 lawmakers didn’t miss a day
- Laws on judicial appointments, elections, Medicaid likely facing legal challenges
- GOP lawmakers’ anger at Brewer may not last
- Lawmaker resignations down in 2013, but likely to pick up soon
- Majority leader takes the heat for sponsoring Medicaid amendment
- In the wake of Medicaid expansion, Republicans hope they can all still get along
- The perils of voting yes to Medicaid expansion
“We’re OK,” read the message from my brother, Richard, at 4 p.m. on Nov.7. The Philippines is 15 hours ahead, so it was already Friday there, and Typhoon Haiyan had begun its destructive hopscotching across the islands.
- EPA-forced rule at Navajo Generating Station would hurt Arizona economy
- Confronting a 21st century challenge with new academic standards
- It’s time for Mayor Weiers to support West Valley casino project
- We must stay the course with Arizona’s College and Career Ready Standards
- To help my sick son get the medicine he needs, I’m suing Arizona
- Please APS, don’t tax my trees
- Tribal economic development requires vision, persistence
- Poll: 90% of Americans support United Nations
- What did we learn from the shutdown?