A collection of political news from across the state making headlines today and over the weekend:

• AZ congressional candidate says mass shooters are Democrats azstarnet.com

• Gov. candidate Jones asks cable providers to take down Ducey ad azstarnet.com

• Suit over Fort Huachuca water use dropped, but dispute continues azstarnet.com

• Man who wants to marry laptop is rebuffed azstarnet.com

• Horne: Campaign charges won’t stop second bid for AG azstarnet.com

• Dogged by controversy, can Tom Horne win re-election? azcentral.com

Conservative migrant reform backers focus on tea party azcentral.com

• Conservative migrant reform backers focus on tea party azcentral.com

• Dems say farewell to man behind the curtain azcentral.com

• Conservative migrant reform backers focus on tea party azcentral.com

• AZ Illustrated Politics: Interview with Gary Kiehne, Can Horne with re-election (May 16, 2014 edition) azpm.org

• The complaint that launched a thousand lawsuits? azcapitoltimes.com (subscription required)

• Arizona law sets safety rules for trampoline parks azcapitoltimes.com (subscription required)

• Lots of child welfare ideas, but lawmakers still working out details of overhaul azcapitoltimes.com (subscription required)

Contact reporter Joe Ferguson at jferguson@azstarnet.com or 573-4346. Follow him on Twitter @JoeFerguson