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The Senate voted 17-12 Monday, with all Democrats opposed, to impose new rules on when a divorced parent can move.
WASHINGTON – Arizona got a grade of D for its legal protections for employees who need to take family or medical leave, in a recent national report ranking states on their health leave laws.
State lawmakers refused Thursday to limit taxpayer-funded scholarships for private schools to the poor and the middle class.
A House panel agreed Wednesday to do something that voters last year did not: Put a measure on the 2010 ballot to outlaw any sort of government preferences on race or sex.
Gov. Jan Brewer said Monday she needs to be convinced that the bipartisan plan of U.S. senators for immigration reform will have real teeth.
State lawmakers took the first steps Tuesday to letting teachers legally carry weapons in at least some public schools.
Many Arizona university students may find themselves paying more to go to school should a minimum tuition bill, HB 2675 sponsored by Rep. John Kavanagh, R-Fountain Hills, become law.
Life or death consequences for dozens of Arizonans are butting up against the state's budget woes as legislators debate the elimination last fall of Medicaid coverage for some transplants - even as they consider additional health care cuts.
Publishers narrowly beat back efforts Tuesday to eliminate the requirement that cities and counties publish certain notices in newspapers at public expense.
The state House voted Wednesday to let Glendale annex nearby land owned by the Tohono O'odham Nation, a move that would thwart the tribe's ability to construct a casino there.
Cecil Ash: In 2008, Arizona spent $951 million incarcerating felons, many of whom posed no danger to the general public. A recent Pew Center report indicates that in 2008, one in 33 adults in Arizona was under correctional control, which includes jail, prison, parole and probation. Twenty-five years ago, this number was one in 79. What has changed so much is not human nature, but the offenses for which we incarcerate and the imposition of mandatory sentences.
Our View: The public’s right to know what government is up to is under such a relentless assault that advocates for the free flow of information have established a special week to focus on the growing barriers to taxpayer-funded records and other sources.
A senate panel voted Wednesday to throw some additional hurdles in the path of Arizonans who want to write their own laws.
PHOENIX – A plan to revitalize the U.S. economy put forward by liberal groups would create jobs in Arizona and help the poor move to the middle class, a Democratic state lawmaker said Wednesday.
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Jared Loughner is accused of emptying 31 rounds from his Glock 9 in front of the Safeway in Tucson, enabling him to hit 19 people before he had to reload.