The state House refused Monday to require that individual income tax rates be cut automatically any time the state runs a surplus.
The Arizona House of Representatives voted Wednesday 47-12 to expel Rep. Liz Harris, R-Chandler.
Democrats in the state House of Representatives voted “no” against every single bill up for a floor vote on Tuesday and Wednesday to protest Republican leadership.
Matt Gress, a first-term Republican representative from Phoenix, wants to expand state law providing for a tax credit for children to also include the number of months a woman was pregnant.
On a 7-4 vote Friday the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure approved a measure which limits the messages on freeways and other major roads in the state to those "directly related to transportation or highway public safety.''
One of the Republicans’ pillars to reducing housing costs – banning the rental tax – is now filed in the Legislature.
In the wake of a disastrous primary, Pinal County officials are considering new laws for smoother future elections.
Gov. Jan Brewer voiced her confidence in DES Director Clarence Carter today as she announced a special team to oversee the investigation of thousands of child abuse cases CPS disregarded under his watch.
An Arizona government official says his department will review more than 6,000 unexamined reports of child abuse and neglect by Dec. 2.
The Legislature’s first public hearing on Gov. Jan Brewer’s Medicaid expansion plan is moving from the friendly confines of Rep. Heather Carter’s House Health Committee to more hostile territory.