Recent Articles from Nathan Brown Arizona Capitol Times
In the waning weeks of the 2022 session, Republican lawmakers are trying to make every Arizona student eligible for funding to help pay for private school tuition and tying the expansion to a $400 million increase in education funding.
Federal agencies have been making periodic announcements when they give out new grants, saying they are funding projects with Justice40 criteria in mind.
Former President Trump has made it official – he is backing Blake Masters in the U.S. Senate race in Arizona. Masters, a Tucson resident who until he stepped down to focus on the race earlier this year was the president of Thiel Capital, is one of several Republicans seeking the party’s nod to run against […]
While signature challenges and people withdrawing their candidacy after filing have led to some shakeups already, a Maricopa County Superior Court judge has just forestalled what could have been a major shakeup in Legislative District 27.
On April 26, Ducey signed House Bill 2101, which repeals language passed in 1998 that was meant to increase competition in the electricity sector.
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library Foundation is giving House Speaker Rusty Bowers a “Profiles in Courage” award for his refusal to go along with efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona. Bowers, who is term-limited in the House, is running for state Senate and is facing former lawmaker David […]