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PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona lawmaker who sponsored a law against "revenge porn" is working on a new version after a lawsuit brought by civil rights groups forced it to be put on hold.
I streamed the first State of the State address given by Gov. Doug Ducey. In general, it was a very vanilla kick off to the new session. Rhetoric on taxes, education and administrative agenda; all intended to guide the Legislature on where to focus their bill-making powers.
A cleaning business with a unique structure is finding a lot of success in Arizona and especially in Ahwatukee Foothills.
PHOENIX -- Two House Republicans, including a Northwest Valley lawmaker, are moving to make it easier to get rid of judges.
A bill Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed last year giving a property tax break to private property owners who lease space to churches has been introduced again in the new legislative session.
The city of Phoenix is furthering its message against human trafficking by proposing anyone arrested for sex trafficking be booked and go through a mandatory educational program.
Gov. Doug Ducey may have to deal early on with a problem dumped on him by the previous administration: the unconstitutional expansion of Medicaid.
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The Arizona Legislature is putting a bill creating a new high school civics test on the fast track.
Doug Ducey wants to make empty schools and classrooms in existing public schools available to other public and charter schools that have students waiting to enroll.
Those in Arizona who are trapped in modern slavery do have a way out. That’s the message being shown on more than 60 billboards across the Valley over the next eight weeks.
PHOENIX -- The state's top Senate Republican accused Democrats Friday of hampering the state's recovery by complaining about the state's public education system.
A second-term state lawmaker wants to increase the hurdle for voters to approve changes to the Arizona Constitution.
Some Arizonans could find themselves on the hook if they default on mortgages.
As a free-market, constitutional conservative, I agree with Barry Goldwater Jr. (“We expected better from the Salt River Project,” AFN, Dec. 17) on two points when it comes to Salt River Project’s (SRP) new solar price structure:
He admits the plan is a political longshot. But Rep. Mark Cardenas, D-Phoenix, hopes to convince colleagues to approve legalizing marijuana for recreational use by adults, if for no other reason than the alternative is having voters adopt their own plan.
With the new year upon us, there are a host of issues state leaders likely will face in 2015.
In a major legal blow to Gov. Jan Brewer, the Arizona Supreme Court this morning ruled that a minority of lawmakers have the right to challenge the financial basis for expansion she crafted of the state’s Medicaid program.
PHOENIX -- Jan Brewer is not sorry for signing bills authorizing tax cuts that will reduce state revenues by hundreds of millions of dollars over the next few years.
PHOENIX (AP) — Renovations to the Arizona House chamber are coming along at a price that doesn't sit well with some lawmakers.
Last fall Arizona was reeling with the news that over 6,500 reports of abuse and neglect against the most vulnerable of our communities went uninvestigated by Child Protective Services — the agency taxpayers entrusted to protect our children.
As a Democrat, last month’s election was not kind to my party. We lost, often badly, in most of the races where we ran competitive campaigns.
Arizonans may get a chance to decide if they want to let farmers here grow an industrial — and not psychoactive — version of marijuana.
PHOENIX -- Arizona will not be able to enforce controversial limits on medication abortions, at least not now.