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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.

Mayes warns families of school voucher risks, but faces push back from Horne

Mayes’ warning comes just as the school semester starts to ramp back up in some districts

Mayes says Horne cannot modify English language learning models

The opinion comes as some schools across Arizona begin their semester this week.

Hobbs visits PCC, announces new investment into community colleges

Governor Katie Hobbs announced that $2 million was allocated in the state budget for Pima County Community College's operational costs.

Hobbs signs executive orders protecting and expanding access for LGBTQ+ Arizonans

The two executive orders will bar state resources from being used to support conversion therapy and protect access to gender-affirming care for state employees.

Arizona's legislative Black Caucus gets new leadership

State house freshman Quantá Crews will now be the new chair.

Superintendent of AZ schools says some complaints to hotline are under investigation

The hotline first launched in March and has since received upwards of 30,000 "prank" calls.

State Senator claims lawmakers have banned vote counting machines

Borelli claim rejected by officials of both parties.

Hobbs terminates $50 million grant allocation for ESA recipients

Governor Katie Hobbs's predecessor Doug Ducey approved the allocation of pandemic-era funding.

AZ school superintendent looks to keep restrictions on trans athletes

In a complaint filed last month, two Arizona families claim that current state statute violates federal nondiscrimination laws and the U.S. Constitution.

Clea McCaa, Sierra Vista’s New Mayor

Clea McCaa has made history by not only becoming the first Democrat elected in a Republican stronghold, but also by becoming the first Black mayor of Sierra Vista.

Governor Hobbs visits Tucson to share plans for end of Title 42

The press conference took place Tuesday afternoon where she discussed her five point approach to an expected increase in migrants.

Lawsuit aims to block Arizona's restrictions on transgender athletes in schools

The lawsuit claims the current state law that stops transgender girls from playing on girls' sports teams is unconstitutional.

Ethics Committee finds Rep. Liz Harris in violation of state house rules

The investigation was launched shortly after Harris invited a constituent to share false allegations in front of a legislative committee.

AG Mayes says Arizona retains access to abortion medication

The announcement comes after a federal judge placed an injunction against Mifepristone, a drug used in non-surgical abortions.

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