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A state hearing officer recommends the Arizona Corporation Commission seize control of Johnson Utilities from the current management, at least temporarily, and... [Read More]
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If voters approve the voucher expansion law in November, many believe those changes would be locked in under the Voter Protection Act. [Read More]
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Sen. Steve Farley has finally embraced the campaign to raise taxes on wealthy Arizonans to boost education funding after weeks of taking a wait-and-see approach... [Read More]
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At 70 and 76, respectively, neither Rep. David Stringer nor Rep. Noel Campbell are looking to make a career in politics. But both said they... [Read More]
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At a meeting with a group of African Americans last month, Rep. David Stringer didn't exactly apologize for his remarks that immigration is "an existential... [Read More]
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Arizona saw seven governors come and go in the time it took Arnold v. Sarn to resolve, and another case that addresses a forgotten population... [Read More]
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Mosley apologized for his behavior during a March 27 traffic stop north of Parker in which he not on... [Read More]
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Arizona Public Service, the largest utility in Arizona, is a regulated monopoly with 1.2 million customers. By state law, the energy giant is shielded from... [Read More]
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Phoenix frames their action as necessary to stop discrimination – but then, government officials always sanitize compelling speech in appealing terms. [Read More]
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An ousted state lawmaker may be able to get documents from a sexual harassment investigation that House Speaker J.D. Mesnard has so far refused to... [Read More]
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A judge will decide whether lawmakers have an absolute right to ask voters to approve two changes in law in a single act, even if... [Read More]
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Claiming legislative immunity, Rep. Paul Mosley told a La Paz County sheriff's deputy that he shouldn't bother citing him for going 40 mph over the... [Read More]
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A question from the jury in the "Ghost Lobby" trial could indicate that at least one juror is consid... [Read More]
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With a staged backdrop of seized guns, drugs and even DPS officers with dogs, Gov. Doug Ducey brought together federal, state and local law enforcement... [Read More]
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