Thomas Pfafman was a skeptic once, too. Pfafman, a veterinarian, once thought chiropractic care done on animals was a scam, especially after he saw an untrained chiropractor injure a horse early in his career.Read More »
The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission will once again take on a big-name Washington, D.C....
To improve the outcomes for Arizona children who are wards of the state, Senate President Andy Biggs...
Two lawmakers who represent eight Indian tribes aren’t standing with tribal leaders who see a Goldwa...
Technology’s rapid advances in the past decade haven’t bypassed lawmakers and public officials, and ...
Amid perceptions that Gov. Doug Ducey favors charter schools over traditional public schools, a fled...
The Attorney General last week asked the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to moot the state’s appea...
As current Speaker of the House David Gowan and former Speaker Andy Tobin stood on the steps of the ...
Law enforcement unions are revising their proposal to temporarily withhold the names of officers involved in shootings, but the change could mean a longer wait than their initial 90-day proposal.Read More »
John Kavanagh wants to jail people who slow his nightly trip home and that of fellow commuters.Read More »
Republican leaders in the House want to be able to meet and discuss legislation in secret closed-doors caucus meetings.Read More »
Arizona lawmakers are likely to see a series of proposals from Republicans and Democrats this session prompted by a series of police shootings across the nation that have brought added scrutiny to police actions.Read More »
The public would have to wait 90 days to learn the names of police officers involved in shootings under a measure proposed by Arizona law enforcement associations.Read More »
A bill Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed last year giving a property tax break to private property owners who lease space to churches has been introduced again in the new legislative session.Read More »
As Gov. Doug Ducey prepares to unveil his first executive budget proposal, he and Republican legislative leaders stood together to show a united front as they tackle Arizona’s fiscal crisis.Read More »
The Arizona Legislature approved the first bill of the legislative session today, sending to Gov. Doug Ducey a measure that would require high school students to pass a civics test in order to graduate.Read More »
The Arizona Legislature is set to consider legislation creating a new high school civics test that is a priority for Gov. Doug Ducey.Read More »