Last-ditch efforts by social conservatives helped to successfully revive legislation that would extend the waiting period to file a divorce in some cases.Read More »
Phoenix police are recommending that state Sen. Scott Bundgaard be charged with assault in a case of alleged domestic violence involving an ex-girlfriend.Read More »
A Senate ethics complaint filed against Republican Senator Scott Bundgaard of Peoria in an alleged case of domestic violence has been dismissed.Read More »
“I liked the tax portions of the jobs bill but didn’t care for the jobs portion of that bill.” — Sen. Andy Biggs, on his opposition to tax credits.Read More »
The fallout from a domestic violence incident on the side of a Phoenix freeway last month has escalated into a mess that is imperiling the legislative career of one of Arizona’s most powerful politicians.Read More »
On any other day, Senate Majority Leader Scott Bundgaard’s absence on the floor on Wednesday would have barely been noticed.Read More »
Senators say Majority Leader Scott Bundgaard's plea to keep his leadership post included saying that more information will come out regarding an alleged domestic violence incident, including that his ex-girlfriend handled a gun in his car at one point during the altercation.Read More »
Scott Bundgaard remains majority leader of the Arizona Senate after a closed caucus of Republicans met amid controversy over his involvement in an alleged domestic violence incident.
Meanwhile, Sen. Ron Gould, the Ethics Committee chairman, is still mulling the mechanics of a potential Ethics Committee hearing into the incident.
The Arizona Senate Ethics Committee's chairman says he's willing to have a hearing on Senate Majority Leader Scott Bundgaard but doesn't want to do anything that could taint any possible future criminal proceedings.Read More »
Gould had harsh words for Bundgaard today as he called for the senator to step down from his leadership post.Read More »