We’ve seen once again that “bipartisanship” was nothing more than empty jargon from a party that is losing support across the state.
Two bills aimed at addressing the state’s shortage of nurses and doctors have passed their first major hurdle.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema on Saturday competed in an Ironman race in New Zealand, where she set a personal record in the grueling race – clocking in under 13 hours. In doing so, she missed a string of high-profile votes back at the U.S. Capitol.
The legislature is on the cusp of approving legislation expanding short-term health insurance plans, much to the chagrin of medical groups, who say the plans exempt many medical issues and could leave Arizonans facing staggering medical bills.
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.
The post-Election Day shift toward Democrats that flipped the outcomes of several major races in 2018 wasn't abnormal, an Arizona Mirror analysis finds.
Refugee and immigrant families visited the state Capitol on Thursday to support a resolution proclaiming that “members of the Legislature welcome and declare their support for resettling all types of refugees in Arizona.”
He has exactly five years’ experience prosecuting cases — those years are not contiguous — and many of the most serious cases he tried were motor-vehicle offenses.
“Why don’t you want young people to have a job?” Grantham said, in an attempt to appeal to those who oppose his proposal.