A bill awaiting action in the Arizona House would allow local governments, businesses and other entities to post required public notices on the Internet instead of printing them in newspapers in towns and cities around the state.Read More »
The Arizona Senate has approved a bill creating a tax credit for motion picture production in the state.Read More »
Take public notices away from newspapers and accountability goes out the window. The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors is a case in point.Read More »
A state House committee on Thursday will consider a Senate-approved bill that was proposed because of delays in Arizona's redistricting process.Read More »
Democratic lawmakers today outlined their goals for the 2012 legislative session, stressing a need for bipartisan cooperation, while also ripping Republican-led legislation of recent years.Read More »
Republican leaders have picked three prospects to replace former Republican state Sen. Scott Bundgaard of Peoria.Read More »
Many people have asked me whether I believe there is a real chance for bipartisanship, political civility and statesmanship to prevail in our current political climate. They are surprised when I say, “yes!”Read More »
Football fans in the Ahwatukee area may have a familiar name representing them in the Legislature next year.
Former Arizona Cardinals defensive end Michael Bankston is running for the House in District 20.
While Republicans are hopping mad about the congressional maps, the legislative maps seem to be a win for them.Read More »
Seeking some new perspective at the Capitol, a handful of politicos are looking at ways to bring more structure and efficiency to the legislative session in the hope that more people — particularly those in the business world — would be able to run for office.Read More »