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Arizona governor sets veto record in 1st legislative session

Hobbs nixed 11 more bills Tuesday to reach the 63 mark, topping Janet Napolitano’s record of 58 vetoes set in the 2005 session.

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.

Gallego raises more money than Sinema in Arizona Senate race

She still had a formidable $10 million in her bank account at the end of March, including money she’s raised in the four years since her last campaign.

Anti-abortion demonstration shocks students

Counter protests condemned use of graphic images.

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.

Arizona Senate tackles sexually explicit materials in schools

The also looked at the future of banning books.

Hobbs vetoes CRT bill

This is the 16th bill vetoed by the Governor this year.

AG Mayes reverses old decision, now protecting 'source of income' discrimination

Last year, previous Attorney General Mark Brnovich said Tucson's newest ordinance violated state law.

Cochise County Supes seek legal representation in election management case against Attorney General

The move comes one day after Arizona's Attorney General Kris Mayes filed lawsuit.

New political party recognized in Arizona

The No Labels Party is eligible to be on the 2024 ballot.

AG Mayes files lawsuit over Cochise County handing control of elections to recorder

Mayes said the move was "not one that would allow both entities to work hand in hand to fulfill their statutory duties openly and transparently."

Lake appeals loss in governor’s race to state Supreme Court

Lake’s attorneys focused on problems with ballot printers at some polling places in Maricopa County.

Senator announces formation of first-ever Black Caucus in Arizona Legislature

State senator Catherine Miranda made the announcement Monday afternoon.

Brnovich staff: No evidence of widespread voter fraud

Report from September was witheld by Republican ex-AG

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