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A University of Arizona doctor who was pushing for more research into medical marijuana is being let go — she believes for political reasons.
A member of a Gilbert-based nonprofit group says a recent step taken by Gov. Jan Brewer to combat human trafficking is necessary to stem the tide of an escalating issue across the state.
With the regular legislative session behind her, Gov. Jan Brewer is on the road again in her bid to elect candidates across the nation who share her views.
Calling it a serious threat to the state's death penalty, Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed legislation this afternoon that would have allowed more criminals to be executed.
Calling the measure unnecessary, Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a measure Wednesday that would have created a whole new crime for taking away someone else's gun.
Glendale will not be getting help from the rest of the state to cover the cost of public safety at next year's Super Bowl.
State senators voted 20-8 Tuesday to remove what they said are legal impediments to alternative “transportation services” like Lyft and Uber, paving the way for them to compete with taxis in Arizona.
Arizonans will not be allowed bring their guns into public buildings, at least not this year.
The House voted unanimously Monday to repeal all references in state statutes to “disabled” or “handicapped” individuals.
Legislation to limit how much future public employees can collect in pensions was dealt a setback on Monday.
On a voice vote, the Senate on Monday gave preliminary approval to legislation spelling out that would-be space travelers can legally waive their right to sue if injured.
Unable to block Common Core, state lawmakers voted Monday to prohibit the state from adopting any education standards mandated by the federal government.
Without dissent the Senate on Monday voted to make it a crime to post certain images of others on the Internet without their consent.
State legislators will not be tightening up laws on access to public records, at least not this year.
The House on Monday refused to allow insurance companies to cancel someone's auto insurance if the vehicle is housed primarily out of state.
A Tucson firm is hoping to launch Arizonans toward the edge of space – or maybe somewhere close to that – from Southern Arizona.
Arizona is going to be without a legally enforceable begging law for perhaps another year.
More than 140,000 of the state's long-term unemployed could eventually find themselves without health insurance.
State lawmakers voted Wednesday to let ranchers shoot the Mexican gray wolves being reintroduced to the Southwest despite their listing under federal law as endangered.
Without debate, the state Senate voted 18-12 Tuesday to allow state, county or local officials to access federal lands during an emergency.
Individuals who borrow money from pawnbrokers may soon have to pay higher interest.
The Senate gave preliminary approval to a new law on begging after a federal court last year ruled the existing statute unconstitutional.