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A larger investigation, dubbed "High Grid" in government documents, still hangs over the Capitol com... [Read More]
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Arizona voters will be inundated with nearly 500 arguments about why they should support or oppose the seven different measures that will be on the... [Read More]
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The parent company of the state's largest electric utility filed suit Thursday in a bid to block voters from deciding if they want to impose... [Read More]
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As Americans process the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, one thing is clear: he has the potential to drastically alter American... [Read More]
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Here in Arizona, we don't need the federal government to remind us that the Southwest is in an extreme drought. [Read More]
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Aaron Lieberman, a Democrat running for the second House seat in LD28, not only raised more money th... [Read More]
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Politics is thicker than blood for at least one member of the Brophy family. [Read More]
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Incumbent Gov. Doug Ducey continues to accumulate campaign funds in his bid for another four years in office. [Read More]
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Reagan and Steve Gaynor are neck-and-neck in the secretary of state's race with 45 percent of likely... [Read More]
A majority of the jurors in the "Ghost Lobby" trial voted for acquittal for all four defendants, foreperson Taryn Jeffries said in an exclusive interview... [Read More]
The state's largest electric utility already has set aside close to $11 million to make elections this year come out the way it wants. [Read More]
Mark Syms, an independent candidate running for the Senate in Legislative District 28, spent more than $15,000 on paid signature gatherers who delivered... [Read More]
After just about three and a half days of deliberation, 12 jurors could not reach a unanimous decision in the "Ghost Lobby" trial, and U.S.... [Read More]
Hear from leaders in the S.T.E.M. arena! Attendance is free. To confirm your reservation, clic... [Read More]
The Arizona Capitol Times will recognize individuals and organizations for advancing public policy ... [Read More]
Political newcomer Aaron Lieberman, a Democrat running for LD28 House, raised $127,284 from more tha... [Read More]
Arizona voters who want to preclude publicly funded candidates from buying services from political parties also will have to vote for new limits on the... [Read More]
The admission by a juror in the Corporation Commission bribery trial that she made some notes at home and brought them to deliberations could lead... [Read More]
Annette Reichman seriously considered dropping out of high school. Now, Reichman serves as the superintendent for the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the... [Read More]
With multiple high-profile ballot initiatives in Arizona this year and a slew of other high-priority statewide and legislative races, donors could be asked... [Read More]
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