Arizona is going to restore a program it shelved six years ago to provide health care to the children of the working poor.Read More »
A complaint filed with the Internal Revenue Service against a “dark money” group that spent hundreds...
Democratic Rep. Ceci Velasquez dropped out of her re-election race in Legislative District 29 today ...
Throughout the 16 years that John Hays served in the Arizona Legislature, it was a kinder, gentler p...
House Democratic leadership is calling for Democratic Rep. Ceci Velasquez to resign after a state gr...
Calling the measure unconstitutional, a major union, state lawmakers and city council members are as...
A state grand jury has indicted a Democratic lawmaker on allegations she ripped off the state’s food...
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A planned citizen referendum to reverse legislation that would make it easier to spend dark money in Arizona may be about to become twice as difficult.Read More »
In approving the fiscal-year 2017 state budget May 4, lawmakers swept funds dedicated for combating auto theft and processing concealed weapons permits to pay for use-of-force simulators and a border task force.Read More »
Thwarted in earlier attempts, Republican supporters of a program to provide health insurance to the children of the working poor outmaneuvered their own leadership Thursday night to have the measure given approved by the House.Read More »
State lawmakers voted on May 5 to make the ability of nearly 80,000 people to continue to get food stamps subject to a political process.Read More »
The Arizona House rejected a bill Wednesday that would stiffen sentences for immigrants in the country illegally, after a fervent effort from Republican supporters who wanted the bill to pass.Read More »
Largely along party lines, Arizona lawmakers approved a roughly $9.6 billion budget shortly after midnight Wednesday morning that they credit with increasing spending after years of tough decisions while the state slowly recovered from economic turmoil.Read More »
Businesses in the state's two largest counties could soon find themselves escaping a cost -- at the expense of local newspapers.Read More »
The Senate passed legislation May 3 that will end a year-long court battle between the State Board of Education and Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas.Read More »
A bill that would give developers more power to issue municipal bonds and levy taxes to pay for public infrastructure in communities they are building has been approved by the Arizona Senate.Read More »