State senators voted Tuesday to block local governments from restricting the ability of property owners to rent out their homes -- or even their couches -- for short-term or vacation rentals.Read More »
Twenty lawmakers didn’t miss a single vote this year – far fewer than last year’s 35 who had perfect...
Gov. Doug Ducey has finished acting on all the bills lawmakers sent him this year – and the legislat...
At least a handful of the 1,361 bills introduced in Arizona this year match bills introduced in othe...
As prescription pain relievers increasingly fuel addictions around the country, Arizona is moving to...
Gov. Doug Ducey put the finishing touches on the 2016 legislative session Thursday by signing the la...
Deputy Pima County Attorney Kathleen Mayer finally, after seven years of trying, got a bill passed t...
Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation today to kill the ability of cities to keep pet stores from selli...
For the third time in a decade, state lawmakers are moving to allow Arizonans to possess and use things that blow up and shoot up.Read More »
The Arizona Senate rejected a proposal Monday that would have let parents opt out of having their children undergo statewide assessments.Read More »
Nearly seven weeks after unanimous passage in the House, the Senate has unanimously adopted a measure that would replace a 2014 law barring so-called "revenge porn."Read More »
On a 13-16 margin the state Senate on Monday defeated legislation which would have eliminated the requirement for new businesses in the state’s two largest counties to publish their articles of incorporation and other legal notices in newspapers.Read More »
The state House agreed this afternoon to alter state law so the newest member of the Arizona Corporation Commission can vote on pending electric rate cases.Read More »
A campaign finance bill moving through the Arizona Legislature was touted as a routine housecleaning measure to simplify the state's complicated election regulations.Read More »
Here are highlights of the Arizona Legislature's first 50 days - Jan. 11, through Feb. 29.Read More »
Concluding that existing laws are outdated, a Senate panel voted on March 3 to include many more activities in the definition of “stalking” – things that can land a person in prison.Read More »
Saying signs don't protect people from “homicidal maniacs,'' the state Senate voted 18-12 on Thursday to allow people with concealed-carry permits to bring them into unsecured public buildings.Read More »