A liberal public advocacy group is suing to block a 2016 ballot measure that will ask voters to make the state Land Department self-funding, which it argues violates the 1910 congressional act that granted statehood to Arizona.Read More »
The Attorney General last week asked the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to moot the state’s appea...
As current Speaker of the House David Gowan and former Speaker Andy Tobin stood on the steps of the ...
Come Friday, you’ll be able to escape speeding tickets twice as often, sell junk food to raise money...
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled upheld the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission’s authority to ...
In 10 cases so far, prosecutors have been unable to file charges under Arizona statutes targeting “r...
Small charter school networks were saved from massive spending cuts today by a formal opinion of Att...
Azerbaijan Connection: Arizona lawmakers pass resolutions putting themselves in the middle of international conflict
Since 2012, the small Middle Eastern country of Azerbaijan has invited hundreds of state lawmakers f...
Arizona lawmakers thought they were doing police a favor when they passed a measure that would keep secret for two months the name of any officer involved in an on-duty shooting.Read More »
The Arizona Legislature is pushing two bills expanding where stores can sell liquor while making it harder for residents to prevent them moving into their neighborhoods.Read More »
Speeders and frequent fliers can rejoice after a House panel early Thursday morning approved an omnibus transportation bill that would cap some speeding ticket fees at $15, and allow the state to produce federally-approved identification cards.Read More »
Sen. Sylvia Allen, R-Snowflake, on Wednesday explained – but would not apologize – for a comment made Tuesday during a committee hearing saying Arizona should pass a law that people should have to go to church.Read More »
The Arizona House has joined the Senate in passing a bill shielding the names of lottery winners for 90 days after they claim their prize.Read More »
A House committee has approved a bill allotting more than $1 million to implement a pilot program to predict where and when crime will happen.Read More »
Critics are calling on Gov. Doug Ducey to veto a bill that would keep the names of officers who use deadly force a secret for two months.Read More »
Calling it a right of self-defense, a Senate panel voted late Tuesday to give the go-ahead for hundreds of thousands of Arizonans to bring their guns into public buildings.Read More »
It is now up to Gov. Doug Ducey whether Arizonans will be denied for 60 days the names of police officers who kill civilians.Read More »