More Arizona Government Stories

Arizona doctors can come to California to perform abortions under new law signed by Gov. Newsom

California's law is meant to circumvent an Arizona law that bans nearly all abortions in that state.

Arizona Republicans move forward controversial immigration bill

Senate Republicans passed a ballot measure that could empower local law enforcement to arrest people who they believe entered the country illegally.

Hobbs signs housing bills that encourage middle housing and casitas

According to Arizona State University's Morrison Institute for Public Policy, about 50% of land in Arizona is zoned for single-family homes. This new legislation will help combat that.

11 charged in AZ fake elector case plead not guilty

The remaining defendants — including Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, state Sen. Jake Hoffman, former U.S. Senate candidate Jim Lamon and Trump attorney Jenna Ellis — are scheduled to appear in court next month.

Former Arizona GOP chair Kelli Ward and others set to be arraigned in fake elector case

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani also is scheduled to be arraigned, though it’s unclear whether he’ll seek a postponement.

Giuliani becomes final defendant served indictment among 18 accused in Arizona fake electors case

Giuliani is expected to appear in court Tuesday unless he is granted a delay by the court.

Attorney John Eastman pleads not guilty to felony charges in Arizona’s fake elector case

Eastman devised a strategy to try to persuade Congress not to certify the election.

Rep. Grijalva calls for extension of public scoping period for Hermosa Mine Project

He emphasizes importance of language inclusivity in a letter to the US Forest Service.

Judge tosses Republican lawsuit that sought to declare Arizona’s elections manual invalid

Two other lawsuits challenging the manual are still alive in a county court.

AZ state legislature attempts to stop California regulation on trucking fleets

The legislature, along with 16 other states, argue the regulation violates the Constitution's Commerce Clause.

AZ Supreme Court puts 1864 abortion ban enforcement on hold

The court is wating another 90 days before the near-total abortion ban goes into effect.

Arizona law bars universities from boycotting Israel

A state law passed in 2016 prohibits the state and local governments from adopting investment policies that include boycotting Israel.

Arizona lawmaker punished for using Senate facilities to speak with anti-Semitic talk show host

Kern is facing indictment for actions tied to the 2020 election.

Arizona is boosting efforts to protect people from the extreme heat after hundreds died last summer

Arizona's new heat officer is working with local governments and nonprofit groups to open more cooling centers and ensure homes have working air conditioners.

Older adults face homelessness at high rates

Here’s how governments, organizations are responding.

AZ Supreme Court overturns sanctions against state Republican Party

Justices ruled individuals should not be punished for asking the court to clarify the meaning of laws.

Selected Archive Filters

Arizona Government
AZPM is a service of the University of Arizona and our broadcast stations are licensed to the Arizona Board of Regents who hold the trademarks for Arizona Public Media and AZPM. We respectfully acknowledge the University of Arizona is on the land and territories of Indigenous peoples.
The University of Arizona