One man is behind bars after activists halted today’s House floor session with chanting, jeering and a tussle with police.Read More »
Thwarted in earlier attempts, Republican supporters of a program to provide health insurance to the ...
State lawmakers voted on May 5 to make the ability of nearly 80,000 people to continue to get food s...
The Arizona House rejected a bill Wednesday that would stiffen sentences for immigrants in the count...
Largely along party lines, Arizona lawmakers approved a roughly $9.6 billion budget shortly after mi...
Businesses in the state's two largest counties could soon find themselves escaping a cost -- at the ...
The Senate passed legislation May 3 that will end a year-long court battle between the State Board o...
A bill that would give developers more power to issue municipal bonds and levy taxes to pay for publ...
One of the biggest behind-the-scenes battles at the Legislature this year is the fight over “flex loans” – high interest loans for those with bad credit and few other options in an emergency.Read More »
Arizona lawmakers want voters to strip counties, cities and towns of the ability to set their own minimum wage and their explicit right to adopt employee benefits of their own liking.Read More »
A bill to allow out of state wineries to ship wine directly to Arizona consumers is on its way to the governor’s desk.Read More »
Saying its the best deal animal rights advocates will get, a Senate panel voted late Tuesday to bar cities from keeping pet stores from selling commercially bred dogs and cats.Read More »
Acceding to pressure from business interests and the governor, Republican state lawmakers are moving to undermine the ability of individual communities to establish their own “living wages” higher than the mandated state minimum.Read More »
Those often-cursed photo radar cameras along two state roads are going away.Read More »
The Arizona House of Representatives narrowly approved a proposal Monday allowing payday lenders barred from operating following a 2008 voter initiative to offer a new high-interest loan product.Read More »
The Arizona Senate tomorrow is set to consider a measure that would strip Arizona’s counties, cities and towns of the ability to set their own minimum wages and their explicit right to adopt employee benefits of their own liking.Read More »
When times were tough and money was scarce, the Governor’s Office and Legislature held onto millions in leftover funds while cutting budgets elsewhere. Now that Arizona’s budget is back in the black, they’re showing little interest in changing course.Read More »