Rep. Goodale expected to make full recovery, colleague says.
Rep. Doris Goodale, a Republican from Kingman who suffered a stroke Sunday, is responding to medicine administered to thin a blood clot and is expected to make a full recovery, according to her seat-mate, who has been monitoring her condition.
Debate over ambulance laws set to begin today
A new ad hoc committee on the ambulance, medical and social service transportation industry will set the stage today for what could become a contentious battle over ambulance laws in the upcoming legislative session.
$11 million in the bank
Gallardo: HB2305 unnecessary, election problems could be solved with leftover HAVA money
Several provisions of HB2305 were drafted in direct response to problems in the 2012 election, when it took 11 days to call a close congressional race and an all-time high number of voters were forced to cast provisional ballots.
Attorney general to take no action against new senator
Arizona’s attorney general has declined to take legal action to remove one of the state’s newest senators from office, citing a lack in clarity of state laws dictating appointments to office.
Rep. Goodale hospitalized after suffering stroke
Rep. Doris Goodale, a Republican from Kingman, suffered a stroke yesterday while eating at a local restaurant and was transported to Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas.
Different points of view
New lawmakers could change dynamics of Senate
Two new lawmakers arrived at the Legislature this summer to fill vacancies in the Arizona Senate, potentially altering the dynamics of a chamber that left the Capitol bitterly divided on the issue of Medicaid expansion.
Resign-to-run change lets candidates say what they mean
Al Melvin no longer has to pretend he’s considering, exploring or contemplating a run for governor. He’s running. It’s as simple as that.
Clean Elections appeals campaign finance ruling
The Citizens Clean Elections Commission is asking the Arizona Court of Appeals to overturn a Maricopa County judge’s ruling that allowed new campaign contribution limits to go into effect.
Yarnell fire sparks hearing on firefighters’ benefits
In the aftermath of the Yarnell Hill Fire that consumed the lives of 19 firefighters, Arizona lawmakers are facing difficult decisions about what responsibility the state should have to provide benefits to fallen first responders.
Initiative takes aim at cities, hoping to force changes at the Legislature
A proposed pension reform initiative would put a straightjacket on city and county budgets until they fix a problem that they have little power to change.
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