Law & Government

The say their landlord ignored them and retaliated against them. Now they’re suing.

Marc Collymore and Ashley Abrams moved to Tempe from Austin, Texas, to be closer to the Mayo Clinic for Collymore’s medical needs, but over the course of several months they would spend more time...

Mark Finchem sends cease and desist to recall campaign 

State Rep. Mark Finchem who is currently running for Secretary of State, has sent a cease and desist letter to the group seeking to recall him from office. The Oro Valley Republican is facing a...

New law could keep police officers off Arizona’s ‘Brady list’

Police officers accused of misconduct will have a chance to appeal before they’re put on a “bad cops” list, under a new state law signed by Gov. Doug Ducey.  The bill signed by Ducey requires...

Senators deadlock on major U.S. elections bill in committee vote

WASHINGTON—Senate Democrats on Tuesday tackled a massive voting reforms bill in committee in a heated daylong debate. But the final vote on the bill by the Senate Rules Committee was a 9-9 tie, which means...

Ducey signs bill to remove inactive voters from early ballot list

The Permanent Early Voting List is no longer permanent. On Tuesday, Gov. Doug Ducey signed Senate Bill 1485, which will allow voters who are signed up to automatically receive early ballots for every election to...

Voters will have opportunity repeal in-state tuition ban for undocumented students

Moments after a bipartisan vote at the House of Representatives passed a measure to ask state voters to repeal a 2006 ban on in-state tuition for undocumented immigrant students in Arizona, Reyna Montoya and...

Arizona cities, counties can begin accessing federal COVID relief funds

WASHINGTON — States, cities and counties can begin to tap their share of the $350 billion in federal funds intended to spur a national recovery from the economic toll of the COVID-19 pandemic, White House...

Fann tells DOJ she scrapped audit plans to knock on voters’ doors

Senate President Karen Fann has halted plans for a controversial provision of her election audit that called for auditors to knock on voters’ doors to confirm voter registration information, she informed the U.S. Department...

Ducey: Arizona didn’t underperform in census

Arizona performed well in the 2020 census, despite a lower-than-expected population figure that cost the state a projected 10th congressional district and potentially hundreds of millions in federal funding over the next decade, Gov....

Two Republicans revive measure to repeal in-state tuition ban for undocumented immigrants

Republican Reps. Michelle Udall and Joel John brought back a measure on the House floor on Wednesday that would give voters an opportunity to a repeal an Arizona law prohibiting in-state tuition benefits for...
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