Sharing lewd images of a person without his or her consent will soon by a felony in Arizona now that Gov. Jan Brewer signed legislation outlawing the act.Read More »
It isn’t often that Republican Rep. Bob Thorpe of Flagstaff finds himself agreeing with the American...
Sen. Ed Ableser is resigning from the Arizona Senate at the end of September to lead a new anti-bull...
When news broke that more than seven months of court-ordered negotiations between education groups a...
An early childhood development program is back in the Legislature’s crosshairs, five years after law...
Prosecutors have agreed to drop an open container charge against a state representative as long as h...
Public officials cannot ban people outright from their buildings even if they have caused a disturba...
After spending more than $325,000 on renovations in the past year, and abandoning plans to spend ano...
Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed legislation calling for an external audit of Arizona’s beleaguered Child Protective Services, but called for the issue to be a part of discussion in an upcoming special session focusing on child safety.Read More »
A former leader of the Maricopa County Republican Party has equated a House representative who supported Arizona’s Medicaid expansion to the French women whose heads were shaved and paraded before the public following accusations of cavorting with German soldiers during World War II.Read More »
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is set to act on more bills sent to her by Arizona lawmakers as they wrapped up the 2014 legislative session last week.Read More »
Reacting to news that owner Donald Sterling had been banned for life from the NBA following revelations of racist comments, Arizona state Sen. Kelli Ward took to Twitter to defend the disgraced owner’s right to his opinion, however objectionable.Read More »
A new law clears the way for dry needling, the use of thin needles to stimulate tight muscles, to be regulated as part of accepted physical therapy practice in Arizona.Read More »
The Arizona Legislature asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to give its members the right to draw the lines for the state’s nine congressional districts.Read More »
Stan Turley, a native Arizonan who served more than two decades in the state Legislature and was a former Senate president and speaker of the House, has died. He was 93.Read More »
Former Arizona state senator Rich Crandall who headed Wyoming's education department before a court reinstated that state's school superintendent as head of the agency says he's returning home to Arizona.Read More »
Arizona lawmakers adjourned sine die in the wee hours of April 24, ending a sometimes tumultuous 101-day legislative session with plenty of work left to come back to in just a few weeks.Read More »