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AZ Supreme Court Strikes Down Part of Child Protection Law
Enhanced sentences must be tied to actual victims, court says.
State Ban on Ethnic Studies Unconstitutional
Case stems from Tucson Unified School District's Mexican American Studies classes and 2010 law.
Episode 328: Arizona's Tug of War Over School Vouchers
Also, new laws are going into effect in Arizona, and a look at the start of NAFTA renegotiations.
Arizona Tax Revenue Up 7 Percent in May
State revenues are still down for the year.
Referendums Give People a Say On Recently Passed Laws
Two groups are trying to repeal laws just passed by the Legislature.
Tucsonan Farley Enters 2018 Governor's Race
State Senate assistant minority leader becomes third Democrat to announce.
State Revenues Drop in April, But Analysts Say No Cause for Concern
Still plenty of money, and tax time explains volatility, they said.
Ducey Inks Bill Limiting City Tax Elections
The measure says sales tax increases can only go to a vote on even-numbered years.
Gov. Ducey Signs University Repairs Borrowing Plan
The borrowing package gives $27 million to state universities for campus repairs and maintenance.
Freshman Legislators Look Back on Their First Session
Two Tucson-area representatives reflect on their first year in the Legislature.
Episode 138: Sales Tax Passes - Tucson's Plans to Spend on Roads, Safety
Plus: decriminalizing mental illness, the end of the Legislative session and the state of the city budget.
Legislature Giveth to Pima, Taketh from Maricopa
In apparent political move, Pima gets $400,000 Maricopa lost in anti-gang money.
Wulfenite Joins Other State Symbols as Official Mineral
The colorful mineral is found in few places outside Arizona.
Episode 315: Are Changes to Education Funding Enough?
The Legislature has wrapped up its 2017 session and the budget is in place.
Ducey: Arizona Budget a 'Winner' for Education
Governor confident in funding for schools and teachers; critics say it's not enough.
Arizona Legislators End with Tax Cuts, Not Restoring Welfare
Session adjourns Wednesday evening with flurry of last-minute cuts for businesses.
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