The House gave preliminary approval today for a bill that sets aside $2.5 million to be awarded to an organization that would provide referral services for pregnant women and new mothers.Read More »
Claiming voters intended higher minimum wages only for families, Republicans in the state House voted Wednesday to allow employers to pay less to some people younger than 22.Read More »
A bill seeking to repeal a 2017 law requiring life-saving measures for fetuses delivered alive failed to pass out of the House Judiciary Committee today, an outcome predicted by the bill’s sponsor long before two hours of debate that she sought to avoid.Read More »
Insisting it will be good for young people, a House panel voted Monday to let employers pay students who are part-time workers just two-thirds as much as they do anyone else.Read More »
You probably know Raquel Terán’s name by now. But she’s more than a name on a frivolous lawsuit.Read More »
Voters in west Phoenix and Glendale are giving Democrat Raquel Teran a shot in her second bid for a seat in the Arizona Legislature.Read More »
Legislative candidates on both sides of the aisle have amassed sizeable war chests for the 2018 elections thanks to hefty contributions from political action committees.Read More »
Legislative District 30 has changed drastically and become divided between old and new approaches to politics since House candidate Bill Brotherton last served in the Legislature.Read More »
Arizona Hispanic voter engagement has not kept pace with the growth of the Latino population, but that is poised to change and political parties need to be ready to take advantage, a new report says.Read More »
At the recent Republican statewide meeting in a north central Phoenix church, pews were packed with party loyalists listening to elected officials speak about issues facing the state and the nation.
But the topic that would have dominated the conversation in past years — illegal immigration — was scarcely mentioned.