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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.

Tucson City Council passes resolution supporting abortion rights

The resolution is in advance of an expected U-S Supreme Court ruling.

Arizona Senate Democrats force vote on gun background checks

Tuesday's procedural move came a week after a man armed with two AR-15-type rifles killed 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.

Arizona lawmakers consider changing regulations for school buses

Backers argue it will allow more flexibility in student transportation. Opponents say the proposal cuts corners on student safety.

Probe OK'd of Arizona senator's comments on Buffalo shooting

Democrats wanted Sen. Wendy Rogers expelled from the Senate.

Ginni Thomas' emails deepen her involvement in 2020 election

Thomas urged Republican lawmakers in Arizona after the election to choose their own slate of electors.

State Senate votes for ethics investigation of Rogers after social media posts on mass shooting

The Senate censured Sen. Wendy Rogers, R-Flagstaff, as recently as March.

Ducey signs bill limiting successor's pandemic powers

The measure signed Friday won’t take effect until Ducey leaves office.

House ethics panel tables complaint against Democratic lawmaker

Republican committee chairman Rep. Travis Grantham says the allegations fall outside the panel’s ability to investigate.

Arizona lawmakers face ethics complaint over nonprofit work

Complaint claims legislator used position to get financial support for organization that hired him as a consultant but lawyer says allegations are without merit.

Arizona lawmakers at loggerheads over budget

This week, The Buzz examines the state's surplus and the debate over how to use it.

The Constitutional amendment that could disqualify some Arizona politicians from office

Section 3 of the 14th Amendment was written to keep Confederate leaders out of government after the Civil War but has a newfound relevance.

Arizona has a surplus. How will lawmakers spend it?

Gavel to Gavel speaks with economist Jim Rounds about the state's budget outlook and how long Arizona's surplus might last.

Arizona House votes to delay controversial new election law

As it stands now, the law would likely go into effect between the primary and general elections this year.

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