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The Associated Press The Associated Press 3 hours ago Associated Press A divided Arizona Senate panel has passed a bill barring groups from collecting early ballots from voters for delivery to county election officials after a heated debate.
The Associated Press The Associated Press 1 hour ago An Arizona Senate committee has approved a bill giving law enforcement the right to destroy legal medical marijuana it seizes during the course of an investigation. The bill by Sen. Kimberly Yee is
Arizona's chief elections officer doubled as the head of one of the presidential nominees' state campaign committees in the last two presidential elections. It raised eyebrows that the dual role could be a conflict of interest. Now, a bill has been
A Republican proposal barring enforcement of any federal laws affecting semi-automatic weapons or high-capacity ammunition magazines appears dead after it was pulled from consideration in the Arizona Senate over constitutional questions, the proposal'
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago An Arizona Senate committee has approved $500,000 in extra funding for the Independent Redistricting Commission that will allow the commission to pay for lawyers defending it from lawsuits. The
The Associated Press The Associated Press 1 hour ago An Arizona Senate committee has approved an emergency request from Gov. Jan Brewer to hire 50 new Child Protective Services workers. Wednesday's unanimous vote by the Appropriations Committee
Utah gun law successful model' to protect schools The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 1 minute ago Updated 1 minute ago Washington » At a Senate hearing on gun violence, a Denver University professor cited Utah's law allowing teachers to carry
Former Rep. Gabby Giffords is scheduled to make a surprise appearance Wednesday at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on gun control...Continue Reading Her husband, former astronaut Mark Kelly, is already scheduled to testify at the 10 a.m. hearing,
The Associated Press The Associated Press 1 hour ago Associated Press Arizona legislators on Wednesday begin holding closed-door meetings to pick leaders for the next two years, starting with Republicans whose big majorities shrank after Tuesday's
Program Coordinator Andy Clark said it best. "Solutions come from compromise." On Oct. 11, a letter from 17 ranchers in Pinal, Pima and Maricopa counties appeared in the Arizona Republic, urging OHV registration. The ranchers, who graze livestock