PHOENIX — Saying “dreamers” are here legally, a federal judge late Thursday permanently blocked Arizona from denying them licenses to drive.
Details on how Arizona's new governor will deal with the economy to be spelled out in the Jan. 16, State of the State address.
Readers thoughts about Jan Brewer's bonuses, UA football, Winterhaven lights, death penalty.
New rules on business taxes, health insurance also among those now on books.
Governor's 10 top aides each received $10,000.
Legislators opposing expansion must now prove hospital levy is a tax.
Ruling is legal blow to outgoing Gov. Jan Brewer.
School finance, budget, campaign finance top list of things to do.
Her political career started with a 1982 run for the state House.
THis year has produced a frenzy of breaking news in Arizona.
Domestic violence victims here illegally blocked from getting driver's licenses.
Courts allowed them to apply after state's attempts to deny licenses.
The change follows problems with the July execution of Joseph Rudolph Wood.
Gov. Brewer says she wants issue to go to full trial.
Brewer's last-minute attempt to keep dreamers from getting licenses is rejected.
Lack of Supreme Court action would require state to issue licenses.
Gov. Jan Brewer makes a last effort to block dreamers from getting drivers licenses.
The 9th Circuit Court rejected a plea to delay enforcing its ruling.
The state has continued to refuse to issue licenses to people in the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
The governor wants to delay drivers licenses for dreamers during Supreme Court appeal.