A House panel moved quickly Monday to restore funding for Joint Technical Education Districts ahead of a $30 million cut to the programs that, without action, will kick in this coming school year.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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A House panel has passed a measure that would clarify what lawmakers have to report as gifts for travel-related expenses.Read More »
Nearly two decades after voters blocked lawmakers from tinkering with ballot measures, the Legislature it trying to take the power back.Read More »
A state lawmaker wants to officially claim the Salt River horses as state property, hoping to protect the animals from being removed in the future.Read More »
Rep. Randall Friese, D-Tucson, has introduced House Bill 2052, that would require all motorcycle riders to wear a helmet, unless they pay a fee when registering the motorcycle.Read More »
Rep. Sonny Borrelli is hoping to circumvent an obstructive committee chairman with a new plan to sweep funding for an early childhood development program.Read More »
The House has given initial approval to a measure that would block voter-outreach groups from collecting and dropping off early ballots.Read More »
Republican lawmakers looking to increase Arizona's say in national elections have passed a measure to create a national popular vote.Read More »
A state Senate committee voted 5 to 2 Thursday for a bill that Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas says strips her office of its powers and hands them to an unelected board of appointees: the State Board of Education.Read More »
A jubilant Senate claimed victory on a historic public safety pension overhaul on Thursday, passing a long-awaited and hard-bargained package of reform bill out of the chamber with unanimous support.Read More »