Montgomery will challenge dismissal recommendation of Horne campaign finance case
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery will challenge a recommendation by an administrative law judge that his campaign finance case against Attorney General Tom Horne and his ally, Kathleen Winn, be dismissed.
State regulators weigh in on power plant upgrades
The Arizona Corporation Commission is criticizing recent actions by the U.S. Environmental Protection agency to clean up the state’s power plants.
Ariz. agencies raise awareness of ‘Move Over’ law
That’s the message from the Arizona Department of Transportation and the Department of Public Safety in an effort to keep emergency responders, highway crews and stranded motorists safe along highways.
Speaker Tobin not giving up on water authority bill
A proposal that would allow the creation of new agencies to secure new regional water supplies is stalled in the Arizona House, but Speaker Andy Tobin says he’s not convinced opposition from Yuma farmers means the bill won’t move this year.
Class-action status won in suit over prison care
A handful of Arizona prison inmates who sued the state over the quality of health care at the state’s prisons won class-action status that lets other prisoners join the case.
State plans road projects with $350M less
The Arizona Department of Transportation says it will be working with $350 million less as it maps out construction projects for the next five years.
Contribution limit overhaul heads to Senate
A House bill that seeks to raise limits on campaign contributions could discourage candidates from using Arizona’s Clean Elections system, election officials warned.
DUI, domestic violence most common crimes among Arizona corrections workers
Arizona Department of Corrections employees are getting arrested or cited at an average of 11 per month, mostly for drunken driving and domestic violence.
Governor’s Office: If no Medicaid expansion, what’s your plan?
Gov. Jan Brewer’s Medicaid expansion plan has no shortage of critics, but for those opponents, the Ninth Floor wants to know the answer to one question — what’s the alternative?
Arizona braces for federal budget cuts
Across the state, Arizonans are bracing for federal spending cuts that will take effect Friday barring compromise between President Barack Obama and the House Republican leadership over a plan to reduce the national debt.
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