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Douglas voters reject pay raise for mayor, council

The city’s residents voted down about half of the 36 proposed amendments to the city’s charter, though results are not final.

The future of the death penalty in Arizona

AZPM spoke with Jimmy Jenkins, criminal justice reporter for The Arizona Republic, as the state resumes executions.

Democrats seek criminal charges against Trump Interior head

Lawmakers say David Bernhardt pushed for approval of a 28,000-home development near the endangered San Pedro River.

Arizona Supreme Court says Gosar, Finchem, Biggs can stay on ballot

Group argued lawmakers should be disqualified under provision barring any official from office after participating in an insurrection.

NASA calls University of Arizona a "crown jewel"

University students and researchers work with NASA on a number of high-profile projects.

Ducey signs bill limiting successor's pandemic powers

The measure signed Friday won’t take effect until Ducey leaves office.

Arizona lawmakers at loggerheads over budget

This week, The Buzz examines the state's surplus and the debate over how to use it.

The Constitutional amendment that could disqualify some Arizona politicians from office

Section 3 of the 14th Amendment was written to keep Confederate leaders out of government after the Civil War but has a newfound relevance.

Ducey signs bills limiting school mask, vaccination rules

The Republican governor signed the two bills on Monday.

Federal judge keeps Title 42 in place

A suit brought by Arizona and other states keep the policy in effect.

Arizona Supreme Court throws out ballot measure aimed at repealing flat tax

Arguing it mostly benefited the wealthy, opponents of the tax policy petitioned to put it up to a statewide vote.

Douglas voters to decide on bigger stipends for mayor, city council in special election

Voters in Douglas will get a lengthy ballot with 36 measures.

County explores changes after Huckelberry debacle

Elected officials didn't know administrator had retired.

Arizona has a surplus. How will lawmakers spend it?

Gavel to Gavel speaks with economist Jim Rounds about the state's budget outlook and how long Arizona's surplus might last.

Pima Supervisors to review Huckelberry’s contract

Documents show confusion over former county administrator’s resignation.

Arizona House votes to delay controversial new election law

As it stands now, the law would likely go into effect between the primary and general elections this year.

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