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Post SB 1062, it will be politically difficult, if not impossible, to pass laws that are perceived to allow discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation -- even to protect religion, even in red states with Tea Party-favored governors.
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We should all applaud the Governor of Colorado, John Hicklenlooper, for warning other governors seeking to legalize marijuana that it should not be seen as a means to fill government coffers with gold.
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission approved new regulations Tuesday that outlawed Tesla from directly selling its cars to customers.
But the Arizona Department of Health Services has sought only one abortion clinic search warrant in the past four years - and it happened just days before the bill was heard in the House of Representatives last month.
A bill that was blasted by animal-rights advocates as an "ag gag" proposal was watered down a bit before being passed by the House yesterday.
Good evening. Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up today in Arizona.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard is tired of having Sioux City shake down South Dakotans as they pass through Iowa.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's staff worked with proponents of a bill that would have allowed businesses to refuse service to gays before the legislation was introduced in January, according to emails released by her office.
If you're an Arizonan, you may have had a better chance at avoiding a cold than people from the other 49 states.
Sixty-six minutes. That's the time it took for a man just released from an Arizona prison to get a ticket back to a cell.
Travel on I-10 has reached another milestone with the Miracle Mile to Prince Road project, with the opening of the Prince Road interchange.
An Arizona Department of Public Safety officer was involved in a shooting that closed eastbound U.S. Highway 60 near Mill Avenue in Tempe early Monday morning, a DPS spokesman said.
Terry Valdez was thinking about Jackie Robinson and Jan Brewer while she waited for the Padres and the Mariners to take the field for an early spring training game in Peoria, Ariz., on Feb. 27. The day before, Arizona's Republican governor vetoed Senate Bill 1062, which would have allowed individuals, businesses and organizations to cite religious ... (more)
The proposal, which sought to allow individuals and businesses to refuse service based on their religious beliefs, cleared the Arizona House and Senate but Governor Jan Brewer vetoed the measure amid a loud uproar.
If Republican lawmakers in Arizona and seven other states got their way, their states would have laws allowing Islamic owners of restaurants to refuse service to women who appear in public without a male relative or without covering their heads.