Names of officers involved in shootings would have been held 60 days.
Law withholds them for 60 days after a fatal shooting.
Lawmakers also vote to tighten marijuana growing rules and loosen legal notice publication requirements
Allowing governments to deny requests for being unreasonable met too much opposition.
Legislation does not require or prohibit use of body cams by police.
To critics, Arizona measure makes it look like there's something to hide.
Here’s one way to think of public records: as a customer you’d never pay for a product or service you weren’t allowed to see or evaluate.
Only 56% of public agencies turned over expense reports within 2 week.
Officials seek input on proposed changes, which include an online portal for records requests
PHOENIX — The House gave final approval Monday for an external review of how Arizona has handled Child Protective Services.
Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed legislation Tuesday designed to help Tombstone repair its damaged Huachuca Mountains water supply.
The Tucson Police Department is scrapping its policy of forbidding people to take photos of its records.
Score one for the people.
PHOENIX — In a major victory for citizens, Attorney General Tom Horne has sharply constrained the right of public agencies to charge for access to public records.
A Washington, D.C.-based advocacy group has sued the University of Arizona demanding the release of a cache of documents — including two professors’ emails — related to climate change and global warming.
No current or past TUSD employees qualified for the final round of interviews to become superintendent of Tucson's largest school district.
PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer signed a number of new laws Thursday, including one eliminating all current caps on political campaign contributions and scrapping the limit on how much any individual or PAC can donate to all candidates in any year.
Sean Elliott told the San Antonio newspaper that "my wife and I are absolutely mortified" to be San Antonio's second-biggest water users.
It horrified Tucson native Sean Elliott to learn in December that he and his wife were the second-biggest users of water in San Antonio.