The Senate is set to debate a bill that outlaws aggressive panhandling in public places.Read More »
A victory by Arizona Republicans in the Legislature’s lawsuit against the Independent Redistricting ...
Sen. Catherine Miranda is “strongly exploring” running for Congress in Arizona’s 1st Congressional D...
Fearing defeat at the Supreme Court, more than a dozen members of Congress from California and Arizo...
Lawyers for Arizona and the American Civil Liberties Union are asking a federal judge to let them co...
State Senate President Andy Biggs has been called a RINO and a clown, and even compared to Democrati...
In the first four months under House Speaker David Gowan’s leadership, the cost of running the chamb...
The good news is that state revenues surged in April. The catch is that budget analysts aren’t sure...
A bill to reduce property taxes on property leased to religious organizations fared far better under the new governor than it did under his predecessor, getting Gov. Doug Ducey’s signature one year after Jan Brewer vetoed it.Read More »
Common Core opponents express confidence Ducey will get rid of the standards despite his comments today
Gov. Doug Ducey sought to split the middle in the contentious debate over Common Core, calling on the Arizona Board of Education to review and possibly replace parts of the K-12 education standards, but rejecting their wholesale replacement.Read More »
A proposal by Secretary of State Michele Reagan would turn her office into a clearinghouse for campaign finance reports for cities and counties that choose to opt into the system.Read More »
The Arizona Legislature's annual session is drawing to a close and leaders of the Senate and House of Representatives are aiming to adjourn before Easter.Read More »
The Arizona House has again scheduled debate on a bill barring women from buying any health care plan through the federal marketplace that includes abortion coverage after two previous delays.Read More »
For the second time in two years, state lawmakers are voting to increase the amount of money they can take from private donors.Read More »
Sometime later this year, Arizonans should be able to have a shot of vodka - and if they have enough of them, even get drunk - from a packet of powder.Read More »
Stores that sell beer, wine and liquor could spring up next to churches and schools under the terms of legislation approved March 18 by the House Judiciary Committee.Read More »
The Senate Education Committee voted today to kill Arizona's Common Core academic standards as foes blamed them for everything from the use of a sexually graphic book in one high school to making automatons of Arizona children.Read More »