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Arizona Legislature won't defend law limiting police filming

A federal judge had already put the law on hold.

Federal judge blocks Arizona law limiting filming of police

U.S. District Judge John Tuchi agreed with the American Civil Liberties Union and multiple media organizations that the law appeared to violate the First Amendment.

The Buzz: How the short-term rental market is changing in Arizona

The state's hold on regulations has loosened, but some municipalities want more control.

Arizona Supreme Court: Senate can keep audit records secret

The unanimous ruling means the public may never know much of what lawmakers were telling the contractors hired to recount 2.1 million ballots from Maricopa County.

Ruling keeps Arizona voting access measure on the ballot

The ruling could still be appealed to the Arizona Supreme Court.

Cochise County schools meet with state lawmakers

A cap on school spending was the topic of conversation.

ACLU, news organizations sue over law limiting filming of police

The law makes it illegal to knowingly film police officers 8 feet or closer without an officer’s permission.

What will Arizona do as its share of Colorado River water diminishes?

We hear about efforts to reassess state allocations and what may come of a billion-dollar fund established this summer.

Arizona GOP censures Rusty Bowers after Jan. 6 testimony

The state GOP Executive Board said Bowers is too cozy with Democrats.

Arizona attorney general asks court to unblock abortion ban

Brnovich argues a total ban is what the legislature want in place.

Arizona law limits filming police

The measure makes it illegal to knowingly film police officers 8 feet or closer without an officer’s permission.

Where's the new money in the state budget going?

We look at a handful of areas that will see a notable increase in funds this fiscal year

Federal government sues Arizona over new voting law

Lawsuit targets provisions requiring voters to list birthplace and provide proof of citizenship.

Arizona lawmakers approve bipartisan $18 billion budget

More than half a billion goes to K-12 schools, and a proposal to expand private school subsidies was dropped.

Arizona House GOP backs universal school voucher expansion

They vote Wednesday advances a bill that would allow all 1.1 million public school students to use public money to attend a private schools.

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