Citing a unique opportunity to ensure the next lawmaker is a woman, LD26 Democratic precinct committeemen on Wednesday nominated an all-female slate of three candidates to fill the district’s open House seat.Read More »
Sen. Debbie Lesko is again trying to eliminate a tax mechanism that allows some Arizona school distr...
In her quest to reform the state’s public safety pension system, Sen. Debbie Lesko has been credited...
Republican lawmakers are hoping to go to the ballot box to settle a dispute over whether the Citizen...
The Arizona House has passed a proposal overhauling the state's badly underfunded public safety work...
Calling Israel “one of our greatest allies,” a House panel voted Wednesday to stop doing business wi...
The No. 3 Republican in the state House lashed out Wednesday at a plan to revamp the pension funds f...
Pulling apart what was a carefully crafted deal, a House panel voted Tuesday night to open up a much...
Arizona lawmakers next year will again consider a bill designed to outlaw “revenge porn” after legislation fell just short of passage in April. Arizona lawmakers next year will again consider a bill designed to outlaw “revenge porn” after legislation fell just short of passage in April.Read More »
Republican leaders of the Arizona Senate are urging state schools chief Diane Douglas and the Arizona Board of Education to end their dispute over board investigators' access to teacher records.Read More »
Less than 14 percent of the roughly $333,000 spent to lobby Arizona lawmakers in the first half of 2015 identified who the money was spent on, continuing a trend of scant disclosure going back years.Read More »
The push for Proposition 123 got its official start as the campaign for the May 17 special election filed its paperwork with the Secretary of State’s Office on Thursday.Read More »
Money donated by private individuals to help Arizona build fencing along the Mexican border won’t go toward a physical fence, or even a virtual fence.Read More »
Arizona lawmakers who hoped to build miles of fencing along the border with Mexico using private money are pulling the plug on the project after nearly five years.Read More »
Now that Gov. Doug Ducey and Republican legislative leaders have found a way to resolve the ongoing K-12 funding lawsuit without draining the general fund, Democratic lawmakers are concerned that the governor will use the projected budget surplus on tax cuts.Read More »
In a span of less than 24 hours, House Democratic Leader Eric Meyer went from railing against the special session package designed to settle the lawsuit over education inflation funding, to vowing to support it at the special election in May.Read More »
A spending cap in the K-12 settlement approved by legislators was pounced on by Democratic lawmakers who say the cap will be used in the future to limit spending on schools.Read More »