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Legal fight continues with appeals over proposed immigration initiative for Arizona Nov. 5 ballot

Immigrant advocates kept the issue alive this week by filing notice to the state Supreme Court that they will appeal the judge’s ruling.

Judge says border security ballot proposal is constitutionally sound

A Maricopa County judge ruled that a broad Republican-backed border security proposal could seek approval from voters in November.

AZ Department of Education under investigation for how it approves school voucher spending

The Arizona Attorney General's office sent a letter to the department on July 1 informing them of the investigation.

Arizona for Abortion Access sues Legislative Council over abortion ballot description

The Legislative Council used the term "unborn human being" in its description of the abortion initiative.

Key dates and essential information for Arizona’s Primary Election

Here is a list of your most frequently asked questions with answers.

Activists submit 17,000 signatures urging closure of uranium mine near Grand Canyon

Groups like the Sierra Club, Center for Biological Diversity along with Tribal members say the mine risks drinking water.

The Buzz: The coming state budget has its critics

Worries about shorted funding, misallocated funds and existing problems cause concern for some.

Judge grants restraining order to put part of the state budget temporarily on hold

The request was made by Attorney General Kris Mayes after a sweep of opioid dollars.

Hobbs under pressure to call special session on groundwater

Arizona lawmakers didn’t pass significant bipartisan policy on groundwater reform this year.

With 1864 abortion ban repealed, Arizona doctors don’t need emergency licenses in California and none have signed up

Arizona abortion providers and abortion rights advocates voiced appreciation for the neighborly gesture.

Arizona governor signs budget into law after fierce negotiations to make up a massive shortfall

The spending plan is the result of weeks of negotiations between the Democratic governor and Republican legislative leaders.

Arizona lawmakers pass budget closing $1.4 billion deficit

The spending plan is the result of weeks of negotiations between Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs and Republican legislative leaders.

LUCHA looks to block controversial border ballot proposition

HCR 2060, also known as the Secure the Border Act, passed the state's House of Representatives yesterday. Now the civil rights group says it is unconstitutional.

House passes controversial border initiative, heads to ballot for voter approval

The ballot measure would make it a state crime to enter the country somewhere other than a port of entry.

GOP committee recommends impeaching Democratic Attorney General Kris Mayes in Senate trial

The five Republicans on the House Ad Hoc Committee on Executive Oversight allege Mayes has abused her power as attorney general to target Republicans.

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.

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