House Speaker David Gowan's decision to lift a ban on journalists covering proceedings from the House floor means all eyes are again focused on stalled negotiations on a nearly $10 billion state budget package.Read More »
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Saying they’re exempt, state representatives voted Tuesday to allow themselves to carry their guns onto the House floor.Read More »
Pressured by members of his own party, House Speaker David Gowan this morning rescinded his ban on reporters on the floor who have not first undergone extensive background checks. But not full access.Read More »
The Arizona Senate approved a bill Monday that would block cities and towns from regulating paid time off, retirement plans or other employee benefits, the latest in a series of bills passed this session that pre-empts the authority of municipalities.Read More »
The Senate has given preliminary approval to a measure protecting students' rights to free speech on college campuses.Read More »
A sweeping piece of legislation is eliminating a restriction enacted by voters 30 years ago as part of Arizona’s first major campaign finance reform.Read More »
Eager to avoid a debate on same-sex adoption rights in an election year, Republican legislators have refused to bring bills up for votes and stymied amendments that Democrats argue would undo an outdated law giving adoption rights exclusively to heterosexual married couples.Read More »
Senate President Andy Biggs wants to introduce a budget as early as next week, but House Republicans fear their chamber isn’t keeping up the pace, and House priorities could end up once again trampled in the Senate’s budget stampede.Read More »
The Attorney General’s Office today confirmed that it is investigating whether House Speaker David Gowan misused state vehicles and improperly billed the state for miles he shouldn’t have been reimbursed for.Read More »
The House has passed a proposal that would erect a new barrier before some rural counties could keep rules requiring new developments to have a 100-year water supply.Read More »