PHOENIX - Arizona legislators have approved a bill to bar a student group from receiving fees collected by the three state universities.
DENVER — A gun-control package pushed by Colorado Democrats cleared the state Senate on Monday, as sponsors described it as a needed response to Colorado’s blood-soaked history of mass shootings.
PHOENIX - Arizona's 17,500 lawyers won't have to worry about new competition from people who want to practice without bothering with three years of law school.
PHOENIX - State lawmakers are moving to more than double their living allowance - and do it in the way to avoid ever having to publicly vote on such a self-serving issue again.
PHOENIX - State lawmakers are making another bid to shorten the time individuals and groups have to put issues on the ballot.
PHOENIX - Want to monitor the Legislature in your pajamas?
Pima Community College will soon have another new voice at the Legislature.
PHOENIX — A judge this morning threw out a bid by some Republicans to void the congressional and legislative lines drawn by the Independent Redistricting Commission.
PHOENIX - State lawmakers did nothing wrong when they seized $50 million out of the settlement Arizona got with mortgage lenders, a judge ruled Wednesday.
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.
It's that time again, Southern Arizona voters.
PHOENIX - State senators voted Wednesday to give the governor and her department heads more power to discipline and fire employees.
PHOENIX - Arizona lawmakers moved to cut off Planned Parenthood's access to taxpayer money on Tuesday in the latest legislative action this year aimed at contentious reproductive health care issues.
PHOENIX - Arizona legislators have voted to reverse a cost-cutting decision to make thousands of state and local government employees pay a bigger share of the costs of the state's main public retirement system.
PHOENIX - Arizona may join Utah in demanding that the federal government surrender control of millions of acres of public land to the state.
PHOENIX - Two years after letting an earlier program self-destruct, state senators on Wednesday approved a new package of tax credits designed to persuade movie and TV producers to make their shows in Arizona.
PHOENIX - Arizona high schoolers could soon be reading the Bible in class.
PHOENIX - Saying that guns are not necessarily appropriate everywhere, Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed legislation that would have forced government agencies to allow firearms in their buildings if they were unwilling to spend money on additional security.
PHOENIX — Ethics proposals — including restrictions on free meals, trips and contributions from lobbyists — that came in the wake of last year’s Fiesta Bowl scandal were shot down by the Arizona Senate on Thursday.
PHOENIX — Denying he has done anything that merits his expulsion, Rep. Daniel Patterson lashed out Tuesday at what he said is a rush to judgment over questions of his behavior.