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Republican legislators are moving to erect new hurdles in the path of Arizonans who want to propose their own laws and constitutional amendments. [Read More]
State lawmakers decided Tuesday that Arizona needs to remember the victims of Communism. [Read More]
The House Education Committee voted Monday to advance the bill, saying it would promote balance. [Read More]
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Any that pass Legislature would still require voter approval in November. [Read More]
State lawmakers decided Tuesday that Arizona needs to remember the victims of Communism. [Read More]
Critics were annoyed by the narrow focus of the measure. [Read More]
Calling it a less expensive and more accessible alternative, a House panel voted Monday to allow community colleges to offer four-year degrees. [Read More]
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HB 2830 forbids the use of anything that's totally unmarked for traffic enforcement. Instead, police could use a "specially marked'' law enforcement vehicle. [Read More]
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The House Education Committee voted Monday to advance the bill, saying it would promote balance. [Read More]
The vote came over objections from the Arizona Board of Regents and the three state universities they govern. [Read More]
Calling it a less expensive and more accessible alternative, a House panel voted Monday to allow community colleges to offer four-year degrees. [Read More]
A Gilbert Republican lawmaker wants to limit the number of unmarked cars that police can use for traffic stops. [Read More]
Groups suing the Arizona Legislature over claimed violations of the state's Open Meeting Law are accusing state officials of playing a bit of legal hide... [Read More]
The attorneys for groups suing the Arizona Legislature over claimed violations of the state's Open Meeting Law are accusing state officials of playing a bit... [Read More]
Arguing that it's a matter of fairness, a House panel voted Thursday to ban transgender girls and women from participating in intramural or interscholastic athletics... [Read More]
The Republican-controlled Legislature took the first steps Thursday to create a constitutional ban on "sanctuary" policies by government agencies. [Read More]
State lawmakers are making another bid to more than triple the amount that they now get for coming to the Capitol during the session. [Read More]
The state's high court has agreed to decide whether Attorney General Mark Brnovich needs the permission of Gov. Doug Ducey to sue the states three... [Read More]
State lawmakers are moving to end "social promotion'' of students in school. [Read More]
Arguing that it's a matter of fairness, a House panel voted Thursday to ban anyone from participating in intramural or interscholastic athletics that does not... [Read More]
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