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1 hr ago | Phoenix New Times
A bill expanding tax exemptions for churches passed the Arizona Legislature yesterday, and could cost the state $2.1 million in lost revenue.
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5 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen
A bill allowing private property owners who lease space to churches to get a tax break will soon hit Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer 's desk.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer on Tuesday signed into a law a bill allowing state health authorities to conduct surprise inspections of abortion clinics without first obtaining a warrant, handing another victory to abortion foes.
Democrats say the bill opens clinics to harassment by unfriendly regulators and could subject the state to even more lawsuits over its abortion rules.
House Bill 2454 was championed by the wife of U.S. Sen. John McCain and by Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer.
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The state Legislature Monday night passed a $9.23 billion budget for fiscal year 2015.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer on Friday signed into law a bill that eliminates sales taxes on electricity and natural gas purchased by manufacturers and mining smelters, a move she said was needed to make the state more attractive to large businesses.
Arizona's top two sheriffs told Newsmax that they are fighting an uphill battle against illegal immigration in their state because the federal government has still not provided information about the illegals they released from local jails last year due to budget cuts.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer on Friday signed the Legislature's $9.23 billion budget for the fiscal year starting July 1, calling it principled and fiscally prudent and a step in the right direction because it adds spending for child welfare services.
Gov. Jan Brewer has signed legislation eliminating sales taxes on electricity bought by manufacturers.
Four Mohave County Republican organizations will host a debate May 10 at Kingman First Assembly of God Church at 1850 Gates Ave. involving four Arizona gubernatorial candidates: Sen. Al Melvin, former Congressman Frank Riggs, Arizona State Treasurer Doug Ducey, and Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett, with others pending.
A so-called religious freedom law critics say could be used to discriminate against LGBT people was passed by Mississippi lawmakers on April 1 and signed into law by Gov. Phil Bryant on April 3. The new law will take effect on July 1. The law says state and local governments cannot put a substantial burden on religious practices, a measure that ... (more)
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