George W. Bush joins GOP governors at lunch
Former President George W. Bush has made a surprise visit to the nation’s Republican governors.
Anti-discrimination rule earns Phoenix top score in LGBT equality index
After adding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and disabled residents to the city’s anti-discrimination ordinance in February, Phoenix earned a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
College students seek to file counter-claim against Horne in Dreamers case
Two Dreamers asked a judge today to let them in as defendants and file a counter claim in the state’s lawsuit to stop Maricopa County Community College District from granting in-state tuition to illegal immigrants.
Administrative law judge upholds health care contract over Magellan protest
An administrative law judge recommended that the Arizona Department of Health Services move forward with a multibillion-dollar contract for behavioral health services in Maricopa County, rejecting an appeal by Magellan Health Services of Arizona, which argued that it should have received the contract instead.
Election law referendum may have swung Phoenix council race
A referendum drive that halted a controversial election law may have turned the tide in a Phoenix City Council race where early ballot collection played a major role.
Regulators set to referee solar net metering fight
After several months of intense and expensive campaigning, Arizona utility regulators today begin formal hearings on a proposal by Arizona Public Service to drastically cut incentives to install rooftop solar panels.
Former utility regulator calls on commissioner to stay clear of net metering vote
Former Arizona Corporation Commissioner Sandra Kennedy today called on Commissioner Gary Pierce to recuse himself from an upcoming vote on subsidies for rooftop solar panels, saying his ties to the energy company involved in the issue create a conflict of interest.
Photos of the dead
Lawmakers consider barring publication of autopsy photos, other records
On a recent legislative free trip around southeastern Arizona, lawmakers met with Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels, who gave them a tour of Arizona’s border with Mexico and a pitch for his legislative priorities next year.
Arizona expects moderate gain in jobs for 2014
Arizona is expected to create 59,000 jobs in 2014, a moderate gain of 2.35 percent, the state’s Office of Employment and Population Statistics said.
Prison reform group alleges severe health problems in Arizona system
A Quaker group that advocates for prison reform released a report today chronicling alleged healthcare horror stories in the Arizona Department of Corrections.
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