Five Republican senators helped to kill an anti-Common Core bill Wednesday, a day after giving their approval in a preliminary floor vote.Read More »
The Arizona Supreme Court sided with a lower court’s ruling that there was “no evidence” Senate cand...
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Students with poor grades may have to buckle down on their studies before they can play in the football game or dance on the cheerleading team if a bill approved by the House on March 4 becomes law.Read More »
Sen. Steve Gallardo quietly announced March 5 that he’s gay, citing the recent debate over SB1062 as part of the reason why he’s choosing now to come out.Read More »
The conservative advocacy group, Center for Arizona Policy, which was behind legislation such as SB 1062 and attempts to restrict abortions has too much power over the Legislature, Democratic leaders said Tuesday.Read More »
The Arizona House has rejected a bill allowing local towns and cities to override the federal government and access federal land during emergencies.Read More »
The House passed a bill on March 4 allowing unannounced inspections of abortion clinics.Read More »
The Senate today gave preliminary approval to a bill that will prohibit the state from using the Common Core learning standards.Read More »
Amid warnings of a potential lawsuit, the House Education Committee on Monday killed a bill designed to ensure funding for all students in the state empowerment scholarship account program.Read More »
The Arizona House of Representatives gave initial approval on Monday to a bill that would require the state to reimburse the city of Glendale for some public safety expenses following next year's Super Bowl.Read More »
Arizona Senate bills requiring federal agents to register with a local sheriff and barring federal officials from making arrests without the sheriff's permission have essentially been killed over constitutional concerns.Read More »