Gov. Doug Ducey’s push to repeal legislative immunity this session is likely dead.Read More »
A proposal by Gov. Doug Ducey to abolish so-called legislative immunity is getting some negative reaction from some lawmakers who enjoy its protections -- and would have to vote to put it on the ballot for voters to repeal.Read More »
Gov. Doug Ducey kicked off the first “State of the State” speech of his second term Monday with a call to action for lawmakers to act quickly on a multi-state drought plan to stave off declining water levels in the Colorado RiverRead More »
State Rep. Paul Mosley’s short-lived political career is ending with him wanted by the law.Read More »
A handful of would-be Republican lawmakers stand out from a crowded field of legislative candidates this election cycle for their tarnished reputations, but some may still land in office.Read More »
A call by Gov. Doug Ducey to repeal the so-called "legislative immunity''provision of the Arizona Constitution is getting a chilly reception from several senior lawmakers.Read More »
Gov. Doug Ducey signed an executive order Friday making it clear that law enforcement officers may ticket lawmakers and other elected officials when they endanger public safety through excessive speeding or other traffic violations.Read More »
An Arizona lawmaker already under fire for claiming legislative immunity during a traffic stop has a record of getting pulled over for speeding, and only got a warning each time, according to state police reports.Read More »
A Tucson legislator is facing four counts of misdemeanor domestic violence stemming from a Feb. 24 physical altercation with an ex-girlfriend, even though his attorney says the Arizona Constitution prevents the lawmaker from being charged.
However, a Phoenix attorney says Rep. Daniel Patterson has no such protections under the Constitution.
Phoenix police are recommending that state Sen. Scott Bundgaard be charged with assault in a case of alleged domestic violence involving an ex-girlfriend.Read More »