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Trans bills sweep across Legislature

A wave of bills designed to limit transgender health care and participation in sports is sweeping the legislature.   Nine bills have been filed by Republican legislators that will specifically affect the transgender community. Some of the proposed legislation would put ...

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Covid battles rankle legislators (access required)

The House chambers have felt a little emptier this year.  A noticeable number of members have been absent forcing leadership at times to appoint new members to committees to replace absentee.   On January 18, for example, 10 House members and ...

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Fann talks audit, redistricting, legacy (access required)

In her final year as a legislator and Senate president, Republican Karen Fann still faces a sharply divided Legislature, the Covid pandemic and a polarizing election audit. She outlines her priorities for water infrastructure and election integrity in the coming ...

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Rios encourages water conservation (access required)

Senator Rebecca Rios expresses her frustration with the governor and Republican legislators entering her second session as minority leader and is dismayed that Arizona remains in the throes of a pandemic that began in 2020. Although Rios and Senate President ...

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Bowers seeks decorum, civility (access required)

House Speaker Rusty Bowers is entering his last year leading the chamber. And it’s not shaping up to be an easy one for the Mesa Republican, who is term-limited in his current job.  Gov. Doug Ducey has outlined an ambitious ...

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