Arizona elections are free, fair, and secure — and that’s not a coincidence.
Arizona state Senator Wendy Rogers is asking a court to stop a reporter who is investigating claims she resides outside of the northern Arizona district she represents from contacting her.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit unanimously ruled school districts reserve the right to discipline and expel students for content posted on social media, so long as the post creates a substantial disruption in schooling and collides with the rights of other students.
House Democrats recently completed an investigation of harassment allegations from a male representative, finding no evidence to take any disciplinary action. Rep. Alma Hernandez, D-Tucson, filed a complaint in September alleging that Rep. Brian Fernandez, D-Yuma, had made disparaging comments about her to fellow lawmakers and lobbyists multiple times.
An Arizona school district has taken preventative steps after being accused by federal officials of failing to protect a female student from months of anti-Semitic harassment.
The U.S. Supreme Court has doused the last hope of former state Rep. Don Shooter to claim that his rights were violated when he was expelled in 2018 from the House of Representatives.
Rep. Don Shooter who has been publicly accused of sexually harassing at least nine women, including fellow lawmakers and lobbyists, began his formal apology to his colleagues today with a joke.
The lobbyist registration and gift ban ideas were floated in a recently released draft of a code of ethics by the commission, something the embattled regulatory body has been considering for nearly two years.
After multiple allegations of sexual harassment, Rep. Don Shooter has been suspended from his duties as chairman of the Arizona House’s powerful budget committee.
“Multiple investigations” are underway at the Arizona House as Speaker J.D. Mesnard and staff members respond to a growing list of sexual harassment accusations lodged against GOP Rep. Don Shooter.
After seven women publicly accused Rep. Don Shooter of sexual harassment, the Capitol community has taken to social media to condemn - or defend - the Yuma Republican.
Seven women at the Arizona Capitol, including a legislator, say a prominent Republican state lawmaker has harassed them. The allegations against 65-year-old Rep. Don Shooter, R-Yuma, range from sexually-charged comments to unwanted touching.