Regina Cobb

groundwater, basin, Environmental Defense Fund, Chris Kudzas, Gail Griffin, Douglas, Arizona Department of Water Resources, Phoenix, Prescott, Tucson, AMAs, Natural Resources, Energy & Water Committee
Dec 8, 2022

Groups push statewide groundwater protection plan 

An environmental lobbyist is crafting a sweeping groundwater protection bill that he hopes will pass in the next legislative session, but past attempts have failed.   

Apr 20, 2022

Budget proposal killed in House committee

Two Republicans joined Democrats Wednesday to kill a scaled-down state budget proposal.  

Nov 24, 2021

Lawmakers ponder water legislation for ‘22

Arizona lawmakers next year will be wrestling with what to do in the shadow of a worsening shortage in one of this state’s most vital water supplies. 

Sep 27, 2021

Importing water for drought fix huge project

Importing muddy water from the Mississippi River to save Arizona from drought could be as simple as landing a man on the moon.  

Sep 1, 2021

Cobb quits treasurer race to lead dental group

Rep. Regina Cobb is bowing out of the race for state treasurer to take a job as executive director of the Arizona Dental Association.

Aug 6, 2021

Several lawmakers weighing resignation

Competitive races are already filling the entire 2022 ballot with roughly a year to go before the primary election on August 2, and several state lawmakers are planning to resign from their $24,000 a year jobs to focus on full-time campaigning.

Jul 16, 2021

Ducey accomplishes ‘21 legislative goals

The third longest legislative session in state history provided more time for Gov. Doug Ducey to accomplish all the priorities he laid out in his January State of the State speech, but most of them happened before the 100-day mark.

Jun 28, 2021

House approves easier access to birth control for women

Women in Arizona may soon find it a lot easier to get to get birth control.

Jun 25, 2021

$200M for water shortages likely to pass

The Legislature is set to pass a $200 million proposal to fund areas without a proper water supply.

May 25, 2021

GOP lawmakers seek to nullify Hobbs in election litigation

Republican lawmakers took the first steps Tuesday to strip Secretary of State Katie Hobbs of some of her powers.

May 24, 2021

Passing $12.8B budget means appeasing several Republicans

GOP leaders in the House and Senate introduced a $12.8 billion spending plan Monday afternoon with high hopes of passing it by Wednesday — but finding the votes to pass it will prove difficult.

May 21, 2021

Telehealth boom spawns changes to Arizona law

Telehealth wasn’t new to Arizona when the pandemic began, but the past year has propelled it into the mainstream.