4 hrs ago
Arizona governor staking legacy on Medicaid
Arizona Republican Gov. Jan Brewer stood before fellow Republicans to explain why she had bucked many conservatives in her party to embrace Medicaid expansion.
10 hrs ago
Air Force Times
Reforms unveiled for Arizona National Guard
The Arizona National Guard's top officer has unveiled more than a dozen reforms as the organization wades through sexual abuse, drug trafficking and abuse of power allegations.
17 hrs ago
Buckle up Arizona ... it's the law
In an effort to save more lives on Arizona's roadways this month, the Governor's Office of Highway Safety is partnering with the Yavapai Sheriff's Office and local law enforcement agencies to enforce Arizona's seat belt and child safety seat laws.
Sat May 18, 2013
Jeff Flake voted against background checks, now says he supports them again
Last Month, it was reported by this column that Senator Jeff Flake had sent a hand-written letter to the mother of a shooting victim promising that he would support expanded background checks as written in the Manchin-Toomey bill, then voted against it.
Fri May 17, 2013
Post and Courier
Stopping the slaughter of guns
As hard as it is to believe, Arizona has a pro-gun bill, the likes of which hasn't even surfaced in South Carolina's gun-loving General Assembly.
GOP split left by Senate Medicaid battle
An Arizona Senate battle over expanding Medicaid revealed a fractured Republican majority that is likely to be exposed next in the House of Representatives as it takes up Gov.
More immigrant felons freed than initially reported
Under pressure from lawmakers, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has disclosed new details about the criminal backgrounds of some of the approximately 2,200 immigration detainees let out of custody in February.
Thu May 16, 2013
DPS: 1 killed in 3-car crash on SR 202
Department of Public Safety officials say at least one person has died after a three vehicle collision on the Loop 202 Thursday night.
TODAY: Vote on Medicaid expansion
A historic vote on whether to embrace a signature part of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul is expected in the Arizona Senate.
Crandell bill challenges federal actions
Amid a discussion of the Bible and the Promised Land, the state House voted Tuesday to let Arizonans vote next year whether they want to be able to challenge the federal government.
Correctional Officer's Week
Photo courtesy of the Arizona Department of Corrections Arizona correctional officers representing all 10 state prison complexes traveled to the state capitol May 9 to be on hand as Governor Janice K. Brewer proclaimed the week of May 5-11 to be Correctional Officers Week.
Wed May 15, 2013
Construction Equipment Guide
Arizona DOT Updates Vital Cordes Junction
Interstate 17 is a vital roadway for Arizonans and a major connector along the state highway system, linking I-10 and I-40. In addition to serving as a major interstate route to move people and goods between metro Phoenix and other parts of the country, I-17 also is the primary route to northern Arizona and the only highway serving the growing ... (more)
Brewer orders state flags at half-staff Wednesday
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has ordered that state flags be flown at half-staff Wednesday in honor of fallen law enforcement officers.
U.S. Supreme Court Examines Voting Rights in Two Cases
Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor recently said that she has second thoughts about Bush v. Gore .
Tue May 14, 2013
Arizona small-business owners oppose Medicaid expansion
A new poll shows Arizona small business owners oppose a $1.6 billion expansion of the state's Medicaid system.
Phoenix New Times
Feds Want Blood-Alcohol Level for DUIs to Drop From .08 to .05
The National Transportation Safety Board has decided that a blood-alcohol level of .08 is no longer the acceptable maximum for American drivers, and instead wants .05 to be the new threshold for DUIs.
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter
Controversial Ariz. laws rack up big legal fees
Lawsuits defending some of the state's most controversial laws have cost millions of dollars and thousands of hours of state employee time, diverting them from other important work.
Controversial Ariz. laws rack up big legal fees
Arizona has led the nation in recent years with laws targeting illegal immigrants, abortions and school choice.
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Poll: Majority In Arizona Backs Gay Marriage
Source: TPM Far more Arizonans support same-sex marriage than oppose it, according to the latest Rocky Mountain Poll released Tuesday.
States officials wrestle with Medicaid expansion and related issues
The Associated Press : Gov. Phil Bryant Gets Off Script In Medicaid Expansion Debate Sometimes, someone veers from the script.