The Arizona House of Representatives voted Wednesday 47-12 to expel Rep. Liz Harris, R-Chandler.
The House Ethics Committee determined that Rep. Liz Harris, R-Chandler, engaged in disorderly behavior related to testimony she invited to a February joint elections committee.
A ruling of an ethics complaint against a freshman Republican representative accused of engaging in disorderly conduct will be determined later after a House panel heard nearly two hours of testimony Thursday on the matter.
A proposed constitutional amendment that is one vote away from being sent to the 2024 ballot for voter approval will have far-reaching impacts on how the state oversees disaster declarations and potentially impact millions of dollars in federal funding.
A compassionate, heartfelt message that Scottsdale Superintendent Dr. Scott Menzel made in 2019 has been grossly taken out of context by Arizona legislators in order to feed red meat and rile up their base.
An attempt to remove the superintendent of Scottsdale Unified School District has spilled over to the Capitol after Fox News reported this year on an interview the district’s superintendent gave to a progressive Michigan blog in 2019, a year before he was hired in Arizona.
A Democrat in the Arizona House of Representatives filed an ethics complaint against Rep. Liz Harris, R-Chandler, after Harris invited a speaker that made “defamatory” allegations of bribery among elected officials in a legislative committee hearing last month.
After the House passed a resolution to waive the aggregate expenditure limit, the Senate followed suit.
Republican Rep. Joseph Chaplik of Scottsdale wants to be sure that Arizonans don't get turned away from businesses in the state because they want to use "legal tender'' or cash to pay.
The House voted to waive the aggregate expenditure limit (AEL) today with bipartisan support, clearing the two-thirds majority necessary to send it forward. The resolution, sponsored by Rep. David Cook, R-Globe, needed 40 votes to pass and received 46.
Republicans in the state Legislature are closing in on sending a budget that is likely dead on arrival to Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs next week.
State legislators are prepared to intervene in a conflict between Scottsdale and Rio Verde over dwindling water supply that Scottsdale says it is not required to share with the community.