Say they lack confidence in the screening process.
Lawmaker said proposal is aimed at law that allows for holding a person without trial.
Public colleges would still be able to have some limited controls over speakers.
Compromise plan has support of Gov. Doug Ducey.
The unofficial policy was adopted last month by House Majority Leader Steve Montenegro.
Faces uncertain future because of financial cost.
PHOENIX — The future of photo enforcement of traffic laws in Arizona could depend on what voters decide in November, if not at the state level, then in each community.
Safeguard: They can take effect only if approved by voters.
Calls crackdown on dinners at trailer park "goofy."
All Democrats present voted against measure
Approved legislation removes some oversight of education board from Diane Douglas.
Technical education measure has key support of Senate president.
Three-bill package faces uncertain future in House.
Sen. Jeff Dial explains to state schools chief Diane Douglas why he crafted legislation he said clarifies her role and that of the state Board of Education. Douglas opposes the measure.
State schools chief Diane Douglas details why she opposes legislation that would give some of what she says are her powers to the state Board of Education. (Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer
Diane Douglas says the bill shifts many of her duties to the board.
Some Arizona cities in danger of going broke over unfunded liabilities.
Proposal would give them to state Board of Education.
Panel also OKs bill that allows for lawsuits against cities that enact gun restrictions.
Political parties would have to take on the cost.
Proposal would make it easier for liquor stores to move closer to schools and churches.
During State of State gathering, one key official would be taken at least 25 miles away.
Andy Tobin says his son-in-law's job probably puts him on the sidelines during solar power votes.
Would align Arizona's representatives with winner of national popular vote.
If it becomes law, it would call on committee members to run for office.
PHOENIX — Abortion foes at the Legislature on Monday proposed new restrictions on fetal research that would be even more restrictive than federal law.
Scholarships would eventually be available to all grades by 2019-2020 school year.
PHOENIX — The knocks Kelli Ward is making against John McCain may be paying off — but not for her.
Among them: New employees would have to work 25 years before full pension kicks in.
Attorney: Numerous laws already protect person's privacy.
Big money donors gathering in Palm Springs.
Appeals court's rulings often "wrong," governor says.
Finding lack of evidence, the Attorney General's Office dismisses complaint filed by a state resident.
Critics say proposal is political.
Bill would require state to establish website where notices can be published.
Voters will have to decide; similar measure rejected in 2010.
Member of the Arizona Corporation Commission tells APS to open its books to show any political donations.
Original law ruled unconstitutional.
Critics say state law can't override local charter ordinances on the topic.
Agencies in AZ would have to prove each law is necessary to protect health, safety or welfare.
Measure draws concern from Arizona retirement system.
Legislation would allow some vertical licenses to be accepted.
Pushing age back would give teens full year of practice, proponent says.
AG's office said Supreme Court ruling could affect whether licenses should be granted.
PHOENIX — Cities and counties statewide could lose their ability to put photo radar on some roads simply to satisfy a Peoria lawmaker’s efforts to keep her constituents from being ticketed for speeding.
Phoenix Democrat said businesses are as abusive as payday lenders.
Supporters say they want to make it harder to cheat at the polls.
Parents would have to specifically object to the lessons under the terms of proposed legislation.