The redistricting commission's adopted draft map sets up some interesting match-ups.Read More »
Several Republicans now find themselves in unfriendly districts, chief among them seatmates Montenegro and JP Weiers.Read More »
It has not been a good month for Planned Parenthood.
On Aug. 12, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled as constitutional a 2009 law that imposed a number of restrictions on abortion procedures, lifting a two-year-old injunction and opening the law for enforcement.
It’s a near certainty that House Majority Leader Andy Tobin will be elevated to speaker of the House when lawmakers gather for an emergency session to replace outgoing House Speaker Kirk Adams.Read More »
Individuals and employers in Arizona would be able to buy health insurance policies across state lines under legislation that would excuse out-of-state insurers and possibly in-state ones from Arizona's coverage mandates.Read More »
In April 2008, the “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America” published results of a study in which the authors conclude that some sex-selection abortions are taking place in the U.S.Read More »
The House Appropriations Committee on Wednesday passed a bill to increase the state’s border security, as representatives continue shaking their fists at Washington, D.C.Read More »
After an hour of heated debate, the House of Representatives Tuesday passed a bill that would prohibit an abortion performed because of the race or gender of the unborn child.Read More »
Despite Rep. Steve Montenegro’s calling his HB2635 “something we can all agree on,” the bill, which would outlaw abortions based solely on the sex or race of the fetuses, sparked nearly an hour of debate Wednesday in the House Health and Human Services Committee.Read More »
If a state lawmaker has his way, women seeking abortions in Arizona would be required to sign documents saying they’re not terminating a pregnancy because of the fetus’ race or sex.Read More »