Arizona PBS

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May 4, 2023

GOP bills linked to budget talks with Hobbs

With the Legislature heading into its final weeks, Republican leadership has several bills to consider in budget negotiations with Gov. Katie Hobbs that will likely not advance through the Legislature on their own.

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Oct 20, 2022

2 ballot measures target citizen initiatives

Arizona residents could have an impact on the ballot initiative process when they vote for two ballot measures that have been criticized for restricting the power of future citizen initiatives.

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Oct 14, 2022

Clean Elections looks for new partner after fallout over Hobbs, Lake interviews

The Citizens Clean Elections Commission is looking for a new gubernatorial event partner because Arizona PBS scheduled an interview with Democratic candidate Katie Hobbs without commissioners’ knowledge after Hobbs declined to debate Republican opponent Kari Lake.

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Oct 7, 2022

Masters goes on attack in Senate debate 

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Blake Masters came out swinging in a debate last night against incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly, but the hour-long debate ended without either candidate appearing to land a knockout blow against their opponent.