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Republicans on state Senate panel OK guns on college campuses

Colleges and universities opposed the bill.

Arizona Senate committee approves ban on transgender girls in school sports

Bill is part of a wave of similar legislation introduced in state capitols around the country.

Gov. Ducey proposes $14.25 billion state budget

Plan calls for earned income tax credit and socking an additional $425 million in the state's rain day fund.

Governor delivers state of the state address

Pledges tax cuts, $1 billion for water, and summer program to help students catch up on learning.

Ducey says water, education, border are key themes of final state of the state address

Legislature convenes today facing a pandemic, drought and looming cuts to public schools.

Legislative leaders on the 2022 session

The Buzz examines how water, education, the budget and more could define the session.

Cyber Ninjas faces fine over Arizona election review records

A judge says he will fine the contractor $50,000 a day if the firm doesn’t turn over public records from the unprecedented inquiry.

Pima County supervisors appoint Mathis, Abraham for legislative seats

The Democrats will vacancies representing Tucson.

Yuma supervisors choose Brian Fernandez for Southern Arizona legislative seat

The Democrat will take the seat previously occupied by his mother, Charlene Fernandez, representing parts of Yuma and Tucson.

Campaign to repeal new flat tax has enough petition signatures for statewide vote

The repeal would be Proposition 307 on the ballot, but it faces legal challenge.

Cochise supervisors pick Benson city councilor for legislative seat

Lupe Diaz will represent District 14, which stretches from Vail across Cochise County to Graham and Greenlee counties.

Fired Senate staffer awarded millions in discrimination suit

The aide said she was fired from her job as a policy adviser for state Senate Democrats because of discrimination based on her race and gender.

Court sides with newspaper over Arizona audit public records

In a 3-0 ruling, the judges reiterated the court’s earlier ruling that Cyber Ninjas records are subject to the public records law.

State judge will decide if voters can repeal new 'flat tax'

Separate referendum on new tax law fell short of signatures needed to qualify for the ballot.

Reps. Fernandez, Friese resigning from Legislature

President Biden has tapped Fernandez for a post in the USDA.

Arizona Senate chief who led election audit retiring in 2023

Senate President Karen Fann said in a statement Monday that she will retire.

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