The merger of two organizations will help strengthen Arizona’s nonprofit sector by allowing it to work with government and business experts and create a “unified voice” on public policy issues that impact residents and the communities they serve.
Currently, Senate Bill 1487 acts to protect Arizonans from certain government actions which violate their rights under Arizona law. Specifically, SB 1487 states that “At the request of one or more members of the legislature, the state Attorney General shall investigate any ordinance, regulation, order or other official action adopted or taken by the governing […]
Republican leadership in the House of Representatives released a general framework of policy and spending goals for the upcoming legislative session on January 9, laying out a broad-stroke vision for nine key issues to watch in 2020.
Rep. Kelly Townsend wants school district employees and board members investigated at the whim of any legislator who questions the legality of their policies.
Lobbyist Bas Aja’s name is synonymous with the cattle industry in Arizona. And now, he’s a part of the next chapter in Arizona agriculture history.
As the primary draws near — forcing Democrats to choose sides in the governor’s race — state Sen. Steve Farley is counting on his wonkiness to help him win it all.
The House of Representatives has adopted new rules calling for a written anti-harassment policy and code of conduct.
The head of the Arizona Department of Administration quit his job because he was clashing with a new hire in Gov. Doug Ducey’s office, according to emails obtained through a public records request.
Theresa Ulmer has been a Capitol regular since 2010, when she was elected to her first and only term in the House of Representatives. And what a difference nearly a decade has made.
In his first year as speaker of the House, J.D. Mesnard, R-Chandler, managed to get all 35 of his chamber’s Republicans to agree to support the state budget, though two from his caucus still balked at Gov. Doug Ducey’s university bonding proposal.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s robust K-12 public schools agenda for the 2017 Legislature left the various interest groups of the education establishment thrilled, yet calling for longer-term solutions to Arizona’s education woes.
Attorneys for Tucson on Monday asked a judge to void the law that allows Attorney General Mark Brnovich to order the community's revenue sharing withheld if it does not bend to the state's will.