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Arizona's near-total ban from 1864 is officially repealed

Governor Katie Hobbs signed the repeal Thursday afternoon.

AZ Senate repeals near-total abortion ban, headed to Governor's office

The repeal passed on a slim 16 to 14 vote after two Republicans crossed party lines.

Changing their tune: Turmoil within Republicans over abortion and its election impact

Arizona's senate requires some bipartisan support to repeal the 1864 near-total ban. But, some Republicans are fighting to keep the ban, while others are wavering.

Year of Medicaid ‘unwinding’ cuts 600,000, but renews nearly 2 million on state’s rolls

According to Medicaid, the expiration of continuous enrollment that happened during the pandemic is the “single largest health coverage transition since the first open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act.”

Hobbs and Mayes launches reproductive rights website

The website works to clarify and connect Arizonans to abortion access both in and out of state.

The Buzz: Where do campaigns get their money?

We look at two top-of-the-ballot races for their Arizona donations

Native tribes file to dismiss lawsuit threatening Grand Canyon National Monument

Conservations groups joined the tribes in filing to intervene in the case.

Arizona grand jury indicts 11 Republicans who falsely declared Trump won the state in 2020

Seven others were indicted, but their names were blacked out of records released by Attorney General Kris Mayes.

AZ House approves repeal of near-total abortion ban

The bill now heads to the Senate.

Arizona students still unsure of financial aid for fall as Gov. Katie Hobbs announces FAFSA campaign

Students and parents are still unsure how much financial aid they will be offered for the 2024-25 school year.

Republican says abortion ban repeal will advance in the state House by midweek

The 29 Democrats in the House of Representatives have twice tried to alter House rules to vote to repeal the ban.

Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs sets veto record

Hobbs vetoed another 13 bills last week, giving her 185 total vetoes since she took office in January 2023.

Jim Weiers, former speaker of the Arizona House, dies at 70

Jim Weiers was born in South Dakota in 1953 and moved to Phoenix in 1965.

AZ abortion ban is not in effect yet, attorney general tells hospitals

She said she would notify medical providers if the enforcement date changes.

Arizona House again refuses to repeal 1864 abortion law but Senate agrees

House Speaker Ben Toma kept the bill from being brought up.

‘Absolute beautiful place’: Rockin’ River Ranch State Park opens in Camp Verde

Arizona’s newest state park sits between Phoenix and Flagstaff, at the confluence of West Clear Creek and the Verde River.

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