Voters will be give decisions on a long list of ballot measures this November. Here's the breakdown and analysis of some of those measures.Read More »
An Arizona House committee in the middle of the night approved a package of budget bills and seemed ...
Republican lawmakers agreed Thursday to ask voters to increase the state's minimum wage -- but in a ...
Solar and utilities dropped all plans for three ballot measures and instead decided to begin settlem...
Gov. Doug Ducey is looking to maintain the status quo in the in the face of a proposed policy change...
A Senate committee on Wednesday advanced a package of budget bills that outline a $9.58 billion spen...
Republican lawmakers are moving to use state funds to help privately run charter schools borrow mone...
Two ballot referrals would regulate solar companies as public service corporations and require the A...
Legislative budget analysts have concluded that an amendment to a Republican-sponsored tax cuts bill would reduce the cost of the bill by about $300 million.Read More »
Advocates of school choice are trying to legalize education vouchers for students in failing public schools.Read More »
A House panel today killed a pair of measures designed to gut Arizona's public campaign finance system, but the fight to let voters decide the fate of Clean Elections is not over.Read More »
After the first 87 days of the 2010 legislative session, 61 bills had made it to the governor’s desk for a final up-or-down decision. So far, she has signed 22 of them into law and vetoed one.Read More »
The Arizona House has scheduled a vote on legislation that would make Arizona the third state allowing people to carry concealed weapons without a permit. The House is set to vote on the bill on April 8. The Senate approved ...Read More »
he Arizona House on Thursday reconsiders a bill to make some Arizonans wait longer before getting divorced. The bill failed on a 23-33 vote Tuesday after 10 Republicans joined Democrats in opposition. Arizona currently requires a 60-day waiting period for ...Read More »
A Senate panel April 6 advanced a bill that would give lawmakers more flexibility on spending, regardless of whether voters intended the money to be spent on specific programs.Read More »
A proposal asking voters to end legislative term limits cleared a House committee April 6, though a second committee still hasn't scheduled it for a hearing, which could scuttle the measure.Read More »
The Senate Finance Committee has pulled the plug on a bill that would have extended the life of the payday industry. The committee was set to hear on April 7 a "strike-everything amendment" on a bill that was the industry's final attempt to continue operating.Read More »