It looks like Arizonans are not going to get a penny-a-gallon break in gas prices, at least not this year.
State senators voted 17-12 to declare gold and silver to be legal tender in Arizona.
The Arizona Senate gave preliminary approval Wednesday to let drivers attend traffic school once a year.
Bills asserting state authority over feds are ridiculous and waste time.
PHOENIX — Invoking the name of a dead highway patrolman, a Senate panel voted Wednesday to enact Arizona’s first-ever law banning texting while driving.
Only 3.3% of the counted votes stand between Bradley and his opponent.
They also discuss border security, economic development in this election overview.
Priority is education for two candidates for Senate and four for House.
A new kind of Republican is challenging a longtime political leader.
Candidates for Arizona Senate and House discuss education and border issues
PHOENIX — State lawmakers voted today to scrap what has been Child Protective Services and replace it with an entirely new state agency.
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PHOENIX — Calling the approach and the product innovative, a Senate panel voted Wednesday to let Tesla Motors finally start selling their electric vehicles directly to Arizona consumers.
PHOENIX — Senate Republicans proposed a $9.2 billion spending plan for the state, notably with less money for child welfare than sought by Gov. Jan Brewer.
A bill that would create a new kind of job-training program to help the unemployed get back to work faster is advancing in the Arizona Senate.
Here's how the Southern Arizona delegation voted on SB1062, the controversial bill that would allow discrimination against gays in the name of religious freedom.
The Legislature will have a full slate when it begins its new session Jan. 13.
The Senate voted 17-12, with all Democrats opposed, to impose new rules on when a divorced parent can move.
PHOENIX - A smaller Republican majority in the Arizona Senate ousted incumbent President Steve Pierce of Prescott on Friday, replacing him with Andy Biggs of Gilbert.
The race for state Senate in the new District 9 features a three-term state representative versus a political up-and-comer in one of the state's most competitive districts.