The proposed South Mountain Freeway, which would complete the Loop 101 and Loop 202 freeway systems, is expected to receive final approval early this year.Read More »
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Democratic state Sen. Steve Farley of Tucson is hoping the 11th bill is the charm when it comes to banning texting while driving in Arizona.Read More »
Legislators may talk about finding a compromise between wholesalers and microbreweries in the ongoing craft beer battle, but for some involved in the legislative fight, negotiating seems like an impossible proposition.Read More »
A top official from the Secretary of State’s Office said the retroactivity clause in its bill to rewrite the definition of “political committee” should prevent the dismissal of any pending enforcement actions based on the old definition.Read More »
The State Board of Education ordered Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas to allow two board staffers back to work, two days after she attempted to fire them and barred them from the Arizona Department of Education Building.Read More »
The Arizona Board of Education has scheduled a special meeting for today that was apparently prompted by the firings of the board's executive director by the state schools chief.Read More »
Ducey’s reversal today of Douglas’s firing of the top two Board of Education staffers resulted in a no-holds-barred reaction from the superintendent, who promptly accused the governor of usurping her powers and a host of other sins.Read More »
Ernest McFarland is finally getting the memorial he deserves, and his grandson couldn’t be happier.
The new “Ernest W. McFarland and the American Dream” Memorial, replacing a previous one that had fallen into disrepair, will be unveiled on Feb. 14 – Arizona Statehood Day – at Wesley Bolin Plaza.
Dale Wiebusch stood before the Senate Federalism, Mandates and Fiscal Responsibility Committee feeling the sensation of déjà vu.Read More »
The legal wilderness that Arizona’s campaign finance regulations have encountered since a federal judge struck down a key statute last year may be nearing an end.Read More »