The math isn't adding up for Arizona's payday loan industry. The industry that provides small short-term loans is fighting in the Legislature to keep itself alive beyond a June 30 termination date that was included in the authorization law enacted 10 years ago.Read More »
Seven Republican lawmakers are trying to erect new roadblocks to the federal government resettling M...
The measure approved Tuesday by the Senate Committee on Federalism, Mandates and Fiscal Responsibili...
A House panel advanced a bill that would exempt the Department of Child Safety from investigating ce...
Arizona residents are one step closer to getting a tax credit for attending a firearms safety class ...
State lawmakers will decide whether those who have something to say on college and university campus...
A House panel moved quickly Monday to restore funding for Joint Technical Education Districts ahead ...
A House panel has passed a measure that would clarify what lawmakers have to report as gifts for tra...
They come from various age groups, religions and ethnic backgrounds. Some are wealthy, while others are struggling college students. But they are united by one belief: The state is moving in the wrong direction - and they've decided to do something about it by running for office.Read More »
Members of legislative budget committees on Feb. 18 saw how a secretive budget proposal that has been circulated around the Capitol in recent weeks stacks up to the budget plan offered by Gov. Jan Brewer, but much of the discussion focused on who drafted the authorless spending plan.Read More »
The Senate has approved a bill that would ban the sale of animals along roadways and in public parks across the state.Read More »
The Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority may face a special audit to uncover how much Major League Baseball teams have spent on new spring training stadiums in recent years and whether the authority will be able to pay off its debt.Read More »
Ed Bunch is one of the few completely unencumbered Arizona senators. He hasn't been at the Capitol long enough to feel the full weight of special interest groups bearing down on him. He made it clear that he would step down from the District 7 seat after filling in the rest of Jim Waring's term.Read More »
A precedent established by the U.S. Supreme Court in the 1980s does not bode well for Clean Elections supporters who are hoping to keep matching funds in place until after this year's elections.Read More »
It took cunning and persistence to outmaneuver one of the most powerful Republicans in the Arizona Legislature, but, so far, Sen. Ken Cheuvront seems to have pulled it off.Read More »
Sen. Jonathan Paton is trying to bring a British practice known as "question time" to the Arizona Capitol to help break down the barrier between government leaders and the public and allow voters to have an inside look at what state politicians are doing.Read More »
The Arizona Senate is trying to go paperless, which means relying on laptops instead of printed documents during debates and votes on the floor.Read More »