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New English language learning proficiency testing rules spark controversy

The new changes will effect Spring 2023 reassessment and the 2023-2024 placement.

AZ Supreme Court agrees to hear abortion challenge

The state's 15-week abortion ban will be decided by the justices.

Cochise County Supervisors don't approve measures to prevent ballot fraud

Recorder resigns as interim County Elections Director

Vail could become its own town

The issue may end up in court before voters get to it.

Ciscomani wants to expand rural internet access with new legislation

CONNECT Act hopes to address issues with existing program.

MMIP task forces are given years to solve a problem centuries in the making

Gov. Katie Hobbs’ Task Force on Missing and Murdered Indigenous People face a “big ask” – to “reduce and end violence against Indigenous people” in the state.

Douglas council member files open meeting law complaint with Attorney General

The council member claims that an item was removed from the agenda without a motion

Attorney General Releases New Guidelines on Reproductive Data Privacy

Online privacy measures are recommended to protect those seeking reproductive healthcare.

Arizona schools chief targets transgender students and bathrooms

In a Thursday press release, Tom Horne said parents are expressing concerns over allowing transgender students to use bathrooms that align with their gender identity.

AZ Dept of Health Services launches voluntary doula license

The new license is expected to help lower the state's growing maternal mortality rate.

The Buzz: how dual language immersion is for everyone

We’re heading back to school to understand Arizona's various English language learning models and how dual language immersion is coming under fire.

Arizona Attorney General warns Cochise County Board of Supervisors of additional open meeting law complaints

The head attorney for the state has said that she continues to recieve complaints about potential violations

Hobbs: "the universal school voucher program is unsustainable" as new cost projections come in

The projections come one day after two of the program's top officials resign.

Top officials for school voucher program resign as program faces unprecedented growth

ESA executive director Christine Accurso announced her resignation via Twitter Tuesday morning.

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