Advocates say a Supreme Court ruling that struck down anti-discrimination protections will likely have little immediate impact in Arizona – beyond confusion – but they worry it opens the door to abuses down the road.
State lawmakers are moving to make it illegal to publish someone's publicly available booking photos on the internet for commercial purposes.
State Sen. Kelli Ward has officially launched her bid to wrest the Republican nomination from U.S. John McCain, challenging Arizona’s senior senator and former presidential candidate from the right on a host of issues, most notably illegal immigration and border security.
The Department of Weights and Measures’ website is out of commission after a weekend attack by a hacking group known as the Middle East Cyber Army.
Nicole Walker almost met the governor. In April, Gov. Doug Ducey spoke at the installation ceremony for the new president of Northern Arizona University, where Walker is an assistant professor teaching undergraduate and graduate classes in poetry and creative nonfiction.
Arizonans are beginning to warm to the new federal health insurance marketplace, but actual enrollment numbers for new private policies that will take effect Jan. 1 are still extremely low.
A legislative panel that is looking into border security skirted a nagging question at a meeting this morning – what to do with roughly $260,000 that was raised to build a fence on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Arizona, other states retaliate against ‘revenge porn’
Sparked by a new law approved by the California legislature this fall, Arizona is one of several states where lawmakers are proposing bills to criminalize “revenge porn.”
The midterm congressional elections are still a year off, but the Republican Party started ratcheting up its campaign this week against three freshman Arizona Democrats it has targeted in the race.
Despite the troubled rollout of the Affordable Care Act, Arizona Democrats touted the law’s “many, many positive aspects” and showcased one woman Monday who successfully got health insurance through healthcare.gov.
WASHINGTON – Shipbuilding may not seem like a vital issue for arid, landlocked Arizona, but Rep. Trent Franks, R-Glendale, joined the Congressional Shipbuilding Caucus – along with 23 other caucuses and working groups.
The iArizona Committee is headed by Mesa Mayor Scott Smith and backed by a broad coalition of local politicians, construction contractors and business interests. Their ultimate goal is to boost Arizona’s economy and status as a transportation hub connecting Los Angeles, Dallas and Mexico, as well as linking Arizona’s manufacturing and economic hubs to one another.