PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer said Tuesday she is opposed to making further significant compromises in her bid to revamp Arizona laws to pave the way for the state to start collecting taxes on Internet purchases.
PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer refused Thursday to make Arizona the second state in the nation to declare privately minted gold and silver coins, bars and ingots to be legal tender in the state.
PHOENIX - In other action Monday by Gov. Jan Brewer:
A 50-year-old Tucson man had lost his job after a heart attack. He needed a new battery for his defibrillator, but had no access to health care.
Arizona's Department of Veterans Services has 366 employees.
PHOENIX - A controversial plan by Gov. Jan Brewer to change how construction activity is taxed could cost the state up to $137 million a year in revenue, according to a new legislative budget study. A separate report puts the loss at $125 million.
Local hospitals and emergency rooms are at risk of closing if the Legislature doesn't expand a state-run health insurance program to include more people, Arizona Medicaid officials were told Thursday.
Gov. Jan Brewer is accepting applications for candidates who might want to replace Pima County Superior Court Clerk Patricia Noland, who is retiring March 31.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer acknowledges the assembled media at the Million Air Tucson jet center at the Tucson airport after an aerial tour of the Arizona border. The governor spoke on the latest status of border security efforts in Arizona.
Gov. Brewer arrives in Tucson via Black Hawk helicopter after touring the border. She invited President Obama to tour the border, too.
Hours before President Obama's State of the Union address, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer toured the border area Tuesday and concluded the region remains a "gateway of the drug cartels."
PHOENIX - The presidents of the state's three universities came to the Capitol on Tuesday hoping to salvage at least some of the funds they told the governor and lawmakers they need.
The burgeoning economy in Sonora and renewed interest from Arizona businesses to enter the Mexican market has prompted the reinstatement of a state post to promote international trade in the region.
PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer is being pulled one way by major business groups and another by fellow conservatives as she faces a fast-approaching deadline to decide whether to implement a key part of the federal health-care law.
Gov. Jan Brewer has selected a standardized health insurance plan for Arizona under the new federal law. It has comprehensive benefits for behavioral health, including serious mental illness, but does not include elective abortion.
PHOENIX - About 14,000 state employees have two weeks to decide if they're willing to give up some employment protections for cold hard cash.
PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer apparently won't say until January whether Arizona should expand the state's Medicaid program under the federal health-care overhaul - a decision that could pre-sent legislators with a white-hot political issue.
Jessyka Murray, 19, who suffered a severe brain injury in a car accident Nov. 14, 2010, receives home care and physical therapy from Tammi John, left, and Michelle Ruffo. Her physical therapy is limited, and the new health-care law might not help.
Personal trainer Michelle Ruffo, left, works with Jessyka daily. Terri Roderick is a family friend who comes by to help out. Jessyka's family holds fundraisers to help with costs.
When a driver crashed into the passenger side of the vehicle Jessyka Murray was riding in, the Tucson teen's life changed instantly and drastically.