Supporters of the Equal Rights Amendment marched 38 miles over three days in the Valley in support of making Arizona the last state needed to ratify the sweeping amendment. But on Wednesday, their efforts fell short in the Arizona Senate, and the ratification effort appears to be dead.
Legislators are considering a proposal that would restrict cities from making firefighters and police officers live in the cities in which they work.
CPAC had never heard a conservative argument from one group of speakers who showed up Thursday to the annual gathering: Native Americans who called for less government oversight on reservations and greater tribal sovereignty.
A transgender University of Arizona professor has sued the state over financial access to surgery his doctor said is medically necessary.
Clayton Honyumptewa says the Powamuya ceremony will be observed this weekend as usual on parts of the Hopi reservation, but the planting that traditionally follows the ceremony might not come until May.
If you’re like most Americans, you probably thought the Constitution already guarded against sex discrimination. But you’re wrong.
Several thousand women, men and children turned out Saturday in Phoenix for the Women’s March at the Arizona State Capitol.
The Phoenix group said it was never an official chapter under the national organization Women’s March Inc., and only had “little connections” related to web listings and conference calls.
They’re not the first senators who duked it out during a campaign before going on to work together.
Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman planted their flags as Arizona’s first Democratic statewide elected officials in nearly a decade when they were sworn in on Monday.