PHOENIX — The Arizona Students’ Association is asking a federal judge to void a vote by the Board of Regents changing how its fees are collected, claiming it was retaliatory.
PHOENIX - The outcome of last month's statewide ballot measures proves that money can't always buy success.
PHOENIX - The state's chief election officer wants tighter financial reporting laws so voters know who is really funding campaigns.
PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer is meeting with financial aides Monday to see how much more money the state can put into public education.
Tucson-area school districts will likely face some tough times ahead after Proposition 204, which would have allocated money for education, failed at the polls.
After seeing a barrage of last-minute advertising, Arizona voters rejected a proposal to create a permanent 1-cent sales tax surcharge to fund education and other issues.
PHOENIX — After a barrage of last-minute advertising, Arizona voters rejected a proposal to create a permanent one-cent sales tax surcharge to fund education and other issues.
An Arizona-based group trying to affect ballot measures in California has no constitutional right to hide its donors, a judge in that state ruled Wednesday.
PHOENIX - An Arizona group that has funneled more than $1.1 million to defeat two Arizona ballot initiatives was sued Thursday by California authorities to force disclosure of who the money came from.
PHOENIX - Arizonans who bought a new car or truck last year may be helping fund the campaign to kill Proposition 204.
There is a certain, though seemingly odd, connection between two propositions seen on this year's general election ballot. Proposition 204 seeks a formal a dedicated funding source for public education and other forms of infrastructure, while Proposition 121 seeks nonpartisan elections manda…
PHOENIX - Two leading anti-abortion groups are urging voters to reject Proposition 204 under a theory that some of the money raised by the tax could wind up in the hands of Planned Parenthood.
PHOENIX - A complaint about an illegal campaign contribution to the Proposition 204 campaign appears to have little legal merit, according to the Secretary of State's Office.
PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer said Friday she's willing to work with supporters of Proposition 204 for more money for the classroom, but only after voters kill the initiative.
PHOENIX - A special-interest group formed by several Republicans last year has pumped $500,000 into a campaign to kill a proposed 1-cent sales tax dedicated to education, kids health and roads.
PHOENIX - Proponents of a dedicated 1-cent state sales tax add-on, mainly to fund education, say the estimated $1 billion it would raise annually is needed because the Legislature has so short-changed education in recent years, even in the face of new mandates.
PHOENIX - Arizona voters will see Proposition 204 described on their ballots as a "tax increase" despite protests from proponents that it really is not.
PHOENIX - Backers of an initiative to make the 1-cent temporary hike in the state sales tax permanent asked the Arizona Supreme Court Wednesday to reject Secretary of State Ken Bennett's planned ballot description of their measure.
PHOENIX - Calling it unnecessary and bad policy, state Treasurer Doug Ducey formally launched a campaign Wednesday to defeat making a temporary 1-cent sales tax hike approved by voters two years ago permanent.
PHOENIX — A Republican-controlled legislative committee illegally crafted a biased description of a proposed education sales tax to try to convince voters to reject it, a judge ruled today.