Ordinance meant to boost economy is found to violate Arizona's gift clause.
Judge takes legal arguments over whether city's bid preference ordinance should stay or go under advisement.
Conservative think tank said city violated state law by passing local business ordinance.
State Supreme Court rules against Gilbert salon owner using skin-nibbling fish.
Taxing district conditionally approves $75,000, is checking with its lawyers.
Prop. 122 blocks state from implementing federal programs deemed unconstitutional.
Democrats and Republicans are critical of a legislator's statements in a debate.
2010 voter-approved measure said Arizonans don’t have to buy health insurance.
PHOENIX — It’s physically possible for a fish to perform a pedicure.
Tucson spent nearly $5 million buying back unused sick days from police officers and firefighters the past two years — and shelled out another $2 million in what the city attorney now says were illegal pension contributions for those unworked days.
Conservative think tanks like The Goldwater Institute may be permanently altering who builds our city landmarks and large projects.
A conservative think tank has followed through on its promise to sue the city over an ordinance designed to help local companies get city contracts.
Note: Earlier versions of this news story, including the one published in today's Star, failed to specify that the expansion of Education Savings Accounts would be available only to students who are eligible for free or reduced-price lunches. About 400,000 Arizona children would qualify.
A conservative think tank is threatening legal action if the city doesn’t repeal an ordinance designed to help Tucson businesses.
The state’s biggest technology organization has unveiled its 2014 legislative agenda, and it looks a lot like last year’s.
PHOENIX — Dissident lawmakers should be blocked from challenging the vote of the majority of their colleagues to expand Medicaid in Arizona, the lawyer for Gov. Jan Brewer told a judge late Friday.
PHOENIX — In a case with statewide implications, a lawyer for the city of Phoenix argued to the Court of Appeals Tuesday that governments can decide to allow ads for condoms and contraceptives on bus shelters and benches, while denying access to candidates or controversial causes.
PHOENIX — Education groups are making a last-ditch effort to halt what is now a limited school voucher program before it spreads.
A decision by state regulators to halt a move toward retail electric competition was met with relief by opponents and dismay by backers who said they will continue to press the issue.
PHOENIX — After losing on the floor of Legislature, 36 Republican lawmakers are now asking a judge to invalidate the Medicaid expansion plan they couldn’t block politically.