A bill aimed at requiring more disclosure of the anonymous and unlimited campaign funds known as “dark money” received a unanimous vote but not exactly a vote of confidence from a Senate committee.Read More »
Supporters of a 2012 ballot measure that would have radically overhauled the way Arizonans choose ca...
The Arizona Senate’s unilateral decision to adjourn left numerous bills for dead, including a measur...
Republican Rep. Bob Thorpe of Flagstaff is the new poster child for the Republican insurrection agai...
House Speaker David Gowan’s Republican colleagues don’t trust him with the power of the House purse....
Just months after the Arizona House of Representatives received a $375,000 facelift, House Speaker D...
In a legally questionable move, Gov. Doug Ducey is ordering the Department of Revenue not to collect...
In his veto letter for HB2178, Ducey said he has seen no evidence that the bill is necessary. ...
A House committee has approved a bill that would make some tax credits claimed by corporations public information.Read More »
Arizona Senate bills requiring federal agents to register with a local sheriff and barring federal officials from making arrests without the sheriff's permission have stalled over constitutional concerns.Read More »
A House committee on Monday approved one of two small expansions of a voucher-like program that allows students to use public funds for a private education.Read More »
Voting rights activists are putting lawmakers on the spot and trying to get promises that Republicans won’t do an “end run” around voters by repealing last year’s election reform law before voters have a chance to repeal it themselves.Read More »
A bill proposed by a Scottsdale lawmaker would keep the convictions and sentences of dead criminal defendants intact and put an end to a long-held legal doctrine in Arizona.Read More »
If a disaster of Armageddon-like proportions strikes Arizona, state lawmakers want residents to be prepared, and they want the government to dole out advice on the best way to be ready.Read More »
More than 140 people are expected to go green at the Arizona State Capitol. Conservationists and other environmental advocates representing 24 different legislative districts plan to meet with lawmakers Tuesday for Environmental Day.Read More »
Dozens of Arizona legislators are co-sponsoring a bill to establish a state memorial park to honor the 19 firefighters killed in last summer's Yarnell Hill Fire.Read More »
Arizona legislators will vote on a bill that would expand a state program that allows students to pay for a private education using public funds.Read More »