Arizona Senate passes election overhaul bill
The Arizona Senate revived an election omnibus bill Thursday that could limit early voting participation after Republican leaders pressured their caucus to pass the measure in the final hours of the 2013 legislative session.
Expanded voucher system approved by Arizona Senate
The Arizona Senate has reversed course and approved an expansion of a school voucher program that allows students to use public funds to attend a private school.
Expanded voucher system rejected by Arizona Senate
The Arizona Senate has rejected an expansion of a school voucher program that allows students to use public funds to attend a private school because it lacked accountability standards.
Arizona lawmakers to pull budget all-nighter
The Arizona Legislature is on track to pull an all-nighter and work into Thursday to finish a state budget and approve Medicaid expansion.
Bid to revive lawsuit over ‘Day of Prayer’ fails
An Arizona appeals court has upheld a ruling that dismissed a lawsuit challenging Gov. Jan Brewer’s proclamations that declared a state “day of prayer.”
Arizonans sign up for alternative address program
More than 70 Arizona families are using a year-old privacy shield provided by the state for victims of domestic violence, sex crimes and stalking.
Hearing set on Arizona anti-abortion law
A federal appeals court in San Francisco is set to hear arguments over an Arizona law that barred abortion providers from receiving public funding for other health services.
Former US Rep. Renzi convicted on 17 of 32 counts
A federal jury on Tuesday convicted former U.S. Rep. Rick Renzi on more than a half dozen corruption charges accusing him of using his office for personal financial gain and looting a family insurance business to help pay for his 2002 campaign.
Inter-nyet: Report says three Arizonans in 10 have no Internet access
WASHINGTON – Platforms for jobs, government and other services are increasingly moving online, but 30 percent of Americans do not have an Internet connection to access to those resources, a new Census Bureau report says.
The number in Arizona mirrored the nation, with just over 31 percent of state residents having no Net connectivity in 2011, the year profiled in the report.
Arizona House passes school bonds bill
Arizona lawmakers have slashed $1 billion from public education dollars in recent years and gone to court to avoid mandatory increases in school funding. Now they want taxpayers to directly cover the costs of new construction, repairs, equipment and school buses.
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