Arizona’s Senate president is under fire from an unlikely source within his own political party: Sarah PalinRead More »
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Arizonans will not be allowed bring their guns into public buildings, at least not this year.Read More »
After years of trying and failing to outlaw texting while driving, Arizona lawmakers are on the cusp of approving a bill to that would target the practice for underage teen drivers.Read More »
A bill to allow Glendale to be reimbursed up to $2 million for public safety costs associated with playing host to the 2015 Super Bowl made headway in the Senate last week, but not without some concern of Arizona lawmakers.Read More »
A corrected Arizona Department of Education spreadsheet shows parents in a program that provides public money for private schools have left $1.5 million unspent, about $1 million less than initially reported.Read More »
The House gave preliminary approval Monday to a measure that would require an external audit of the maligned department of Child Protective Services.Read More »
Efforts to recall Sen. Kimberly Yee for her refusal to hear legislation that could provide funding for medical marijuana research are “still on” after a veterans committee rejected a deal brokered by its chairman.Read More »
A Tucson firm is hoping to launch Arizonans toward the edge of space – or maybe somewhere close to that – from Southern Arizona. Now they need state lawmakers to clear the path.Read More »
Your November ballot will contain a new warning that lawmakers cannot nullify voters’ decisions on citizen initiatives if a bill approved by the House becomes law.Read More »
State education leaders will scrounge to find $5 million to make up the difference between the estimated cost of a new achievement test and the dollars the Legislature appropriated for it.Read More »