The Phoenix City Council recently repealed an ordinance that the state’s attorney general determined as unlawful after complaints from Republican lawmakers prompted an investigation.
With much fanfare, on Sept. 13, state Rep. Matt Gress, R-Phoenix, choreographed a committee hearing at the Scottsdale Civic Library, which Gress characterized as an “Ongoing Fight Against Scottsdale’s Taxpayer Funded Homeless Hotel Plan.”
The state’s Attorney General Kris Mayes issued a report Sept. 20 finding a recent Phoenix ordinance authorizing the donation of unclaimed firearms to Ukraine is unlawful, despite “commendable” intent from the city.
Arizona State University’s internal investigation into a controversial speaking engagement revealed “no evidence” of censorship by ASU faculty or administrators and found allegations by former director of the since shuttered host, the T.W. Lewis Center, were not “supported by the facts.”
Republican legislators file complaint requesting AG investigate Phoenix’s firearm transfer to Ukraine
Two Republican lawmakers are asking the attorney general to investigate a recent ordinance passed by the City of Phoenix that authorizes the city to donate unclaimed firearms to Ukraine.
The state Legislature is turning its attention to what many ranchers and law enforcement officials say is a growing problem in the state – the use of off-road vehicles destroying private and public land.
Two state lawmakers are arguing a recent ordinance passed by the city of Phoenix to give unclaimed firearms to Ukraine is unlawful.
The State Treasurer’s Office has agreed not to release any of the $15.3 million budget appropriation to the Prescott Frontier Days, the nonprofit running the “World’s Oldest Rodeo,” until the resolution of a lawsuit brought by two Prescott residents and the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest today.
A recent trend is growing among Arizona Republican precinct committees of censuring their state elected Republicans after the expulsion of a former Republican lawmaker.
State senators are weighing legislation designed to ensure that a picture of your child does not end up on a sex doll bought by a neighbor.
With the Legislature heading into its final weeks, Republican leadership has several bills to consider in budget negotiations with Gov. Katie Hobbs that will likely not advance through the Legislature on their own.
Republican lawmakers have once again blocked a vote on whether Arizona should ratify the federal Equal Rights Amendment.