The Arizona House has passed a proposal overhauling the state's badly underfunded public safety worker pension plan after adopting a pair of amendments.Read More »
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A group representing municipalities has conferred on Rep. Paul Boyer, R-Phoenix, the tile of “champi...
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Calling Israel “one of our greatest allies,” a House panel voted Wednesday to stop doing business with firms that boycott the country.Read More »
The No. 3 Republican in the state House lashed out Wednesday at a plan to revamp the pension funds for police and firefighters, saying it's a bad deal and should be scrapped.Read More »
Pulling apart what was a carefully crafted deal, a House panel voted Tuesday night to open up a much larger area of the state to electronic billboards.Read More »
A bill to provide health insurance for thousands of Arizona children cleared a hurdle Tuesday as lawmakers unanimously passed a measure to lift a freeze on a program covering low-income kids.Read More »
Seven Republican lawmakers are trying to erect new roadblocks to the federal government resettling Middle East refugees in Arizona.Read More »
The measure approved Tuesday by the Senate Committee on Federalism, Mandates and Fiscal Responsibility makes it illegal to “arrest or capture” any citizen “with the intent of detention under the law of war.” It also would bar executing anyone who has not first been convicted in a federal court.Read More »
A House panel advanced a bill that would exempt the Department of Child Safety from investigating certain non-criminal reports of abuse or neglect.Read More »
Arizona residents are one step closer to getting a tax credit for attending a firearms safety class after Republican lawmakers passed a measure offering a dollar-for-dollar credit for concealed-carry permit holders Monday.Read More »
State lawmakers will decide whether those who have something to say on college and university campuses can be told when and where they can say it.Read More »