Pawlik, Willoughby, Harris, election, recount, Republicans, Democrats, Gress, Maricopa County, House, Jovan Hutton Pulitzer
Nov 19, 2022

Cochise County supervisors delay certification of election results

The Cochise County Board of Supervisors delayed its certification of the 2022 election after two Republican members sought evidence the tabulation machines used were “lawfully certified by an accredited lab.”  

containers, border, Ducey, federal government, Border Patrol, Bureau of Reclamation, Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs, Department of Homeland Security, Highground, Nogales, Cocopah Tribe, Chuck Coughlin
Nov 18, 2022

Environmental group wants to join legal battle to force Ducey to remove containers

A national environmental group wants to join the legal battle to force Gov. Doug Ducey to take his shipping containers off the international border.

death row, inmate, capital punishment, lethal injection, clemency, Board of Executive Clemency, Antwan Davis, Beyond Borders, Department of Economic Security, commutation, ASU, Arizona Justice Project, Middle Ground Prison Reform, Donna Hamm, pardon, prison
Nov 2, 2022

Supreme Court presses state on its rejection of Arizona death-row appeal

Supreme Court justices challenged Arizona’s claim Tuesday that a death row inmate should not get a chance to appeal his sentence, based on what one justice called a “Kafkaesque” ruling by the Arizona Supreme Court.

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Oct 31, 2022

On ’60 Minutes’ Brnovich calls election fraud claims ‘horseshit’ 

In a "60 Minutes" episode that aired over the weekend, Attorney General Mark Brnovich returned to a stance he adopted soon after the 2020 election: President Joe Biden won Arizona in the 2020 presidential election and there’s no evidence of widespread fraud. 

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Oct 27, 2022

Planned Parenthood of Arizona reopens sites where abortion offered

Saying it now has legal breathing room, Planned Parenthood of Arizona is reopening all its sites where it offers abortion in the state.

Oct 25, 2022

Judge: women no more than 15 weeks pregnant can get abortions

Arizona women who are no more than 15 weeks pregnant will be able to continue to get legal abortions through at least the end of the year, if not beyond.

abortion, Arizona Supreme Court, Roe v. Wade, personhood, fetus, Miranda, 15 weeks, fetal abnormality, pregnancy, fathers, women, doctors, ACLU
Oct 25, 2022

Pro-life Dems throw wrench in party plans and contradict campaign messaging

Two pro-life Democrats are contradicting the party’s message that voting for the Democratic ticket means protecting abortion from statewide bans.

ballots, lawsuit, ballot boxes, voter intimidation, Penzone, ballot boxes
Oct 19, 2022

Democrats’ lawsuit challenging ballot order far from resolved

That early ballot you just got in the mail? Odds are it lists Republicans first. And it's all because of a 43-year-old Arizona law. Now it's being challenged by Democrats.

abortion, Planned Parenthood, 15 weeks, Ducey, Center for Arizona Policy, Acacia Women’s Center, Choices Women’s Center, Camelback Family Planning, Desert Star Family Planning, Family Planning Associates Medical Group
Oct 14, 2022

Court order brings abortions back, for now, but providers take it day by day

Clinics across Arizona have largely resumed offering abortions after a court last week blocked a ruling that briefly outlawed the procedure, but providers said they are taking abortion’s future in the state day by day.

Kavanagh, attorney general
Oct 13, 2022

Complaint sent to AG’s office claims recorder violated statutes

A complaint sent to Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s office alleges Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer violated two Arizona statutes outlawing the use of public money to influence a campaign.

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Oct 12, 2022

Arizona abortions won’t stop for a month while case proceeds

Legal abortions that restarted in Arizona this week after a court blocked enforcement of a pre-statehood ban will be able to continue for at least five weeks while an appeals court considers the case.

abortion, Supreme Court, Roe v. Wade, Planned Parenthood, 15 weeks, Center for Arizona Policy
Oct 7, 2022

Appeals Court halts pre-statehood abortion ban

Arizona’s pre-statehood abortion ban is no longer in effect after an Arizona Court of Appeals panel stayed an order issued by a Pima County Superior Court judge to lift an injunction on the ban, meaning some abortions are once again legal in the state.