Sen. Jonathan Paton is trying to bring a British practice known as "question time" to the Arizona Capitol to help break down the barrier between government leaders and the public and allow voters to have an inside look at what state politicians are doing.Read More »
An Arizona Department of Public Safety officer reported finding more liquor than coffee in Rep. Albe...
Prosecutors dropped charges against Republican Rep. Bob Robson of Chandler for allegedly stealing a ...
Hoping to bring some free market principles to the prison industry, Sen.-elect John Kavanagh wants t...
Soon-to-be-freshmen representatives swarmed the halls of the state House on Dec. 8 and 9 for a two-d...
In the upcoming 2015 legislative session, one-third of the lawmakers in the Arizona House of Represe...
It could be months before a decision is made on whether formal charges are filed against an Arizona ...
Ohio Gov. John Kasich met with Arizona lawmakers Wednesday morning, urging them to pass a resolution...
The Arizona Senate is trying to go paperless, which means relying on laptops instead of printed documents during debates and votes on the floor.Read More »
A House committee unanimously approved legislation that would carve out a lesser crime for men who unknowingly solicit child prostitutes, while still retaining tougher penalties for those who knowingly pay children for sex.Read More »
Social conservatives say Arizona should stand up for marriage by making it take longer to untie the knot. A Senate committee on Feb. 17 approved a bill to triple to 180 days the state's current 60-day period that courts must wait before considering a divorce request.Read More »
Dr. Zuhdi Jasser isn't reluctant to speak his mind about oil barons he believes to be financiers of terrorism. He does so through the group he founded, the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, and its Web site.Read More »
Ethnic studies were first brought to Superintendent Tom Horne's attention in April 2006 when a former girlfriend of Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta, said "Republicans hate Latinos" while speaking at an assembly at a Tucson high school.Read More »
An effort to finance a new Spring Training stadium in Mesa for the Chicago Cubs through surcharges on rental cars and baseball tickets cleared its first hurdle today and won approval from a House panel, despite opposition from every other baseball team in the Cactus League and Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig.Read More »
In what Chairman Don Stapley acknowledged is becoming a regular event for the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, the group on Feb. 17 chose another new state lawmaker.Read More »
The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a request to lift a stay blocking implementation of a judge's order that overturns a key part of Arizona's public campaign financing system.Read More »
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors will meet today at 9 a.m. to select a replacement for state Rep. Sam Crump of Anthem.Read More »