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The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has signed into law legislation that adds miniature horses to the state's definition of a service animal. The bill Brewer signed Friday allows individuals with disabilities
High School about the cabinet position before the 18th annual Indian Nations and Tribes Legislative Day on Feb 5. Chairman Shingoitewa also spoke on behalf of the proposal during the session in the State Senate. The proposed Native American cabinet
The Associated Press The Associated Press 1 hour ago Associated Press An Obama administration pronouncement has Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer considering a reduced set of options on whether to provide government-paid Medicaid health coverage to more low-
At the same time, implementation of the law will heighten a wary relationship between police who must enforce the law and Latinos who allege it will inevitably cause racial profiling. The court's demand for evidence of such profiling is prompting
FoxNews.com States seeking to take immigration enforcement into their own hands are facing an uphill climb, after the Supreme Court reined in Arizona's disputed law and the Obama administration followed by rescinding a key partnership allowing local
The Republic azcentral.com A federal judge dismissed Arizona's medical-marijuana lawsuit Wednesday, saying the state couldn't show workers were at risk of prosecution for following the voter-approved state law...District Court Judge Susan Bolton's
Anti-immigration lawmakers in Arizona are passing around the collection plate. Several politicians in the Grand Canyon State have begun to solicit donations from the public in order to erect their own fence along every inch of their state's border
In April, a three-judge appeals panel stood by a District Court judge's decision to block the most controversial portion of Senate Bill 1070 , which gave law enforcement the authority to check immigration status of anyone detained by police. The
Wednesday is the deadline for Arizona to file its petition defending its tough anti-illegal immigration law to the Supreme Court. It is the next step in Arizona's appeal to overturn a lower court's ruling that placed an injunction on some of the law'
A California lawyer who specializes in reproductive law pleaded guilty Tuesday for her role in what federal prosecutors called a "baby-selling ring" that charged a dozen couples more than $100,000 to adopt babies born from surrogate pregnancies.