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PHOENIX — State lawmakers took the first steps Monday to trim the powers of the governor — this one and all successors — to enact and enforce …
A state legislative initiative to limit Gov. Doug Ducey’s emergency powers has some merit. Too bad it comes 10 months late, long after Ducey b…
PHOENIX — A veteran state lawmaker is moving to strip Gov. Doug Ducey of the powers he assumed when he declared an emergency 10 months ago.
PHOENIX — Seven months into a gubernatorial-declared emergency, the state’s top Republican lawmakers are ordering a closer look at whether the…
PHOENIX – A bill that would disqualify early election ballots that are missing signatures would violate voters’ rights, opponents say.
A wide-ranging ballot measure being pushed by progressive activists would represent one of the biggest overhauls of election laws in Arizona history with the aim of making it easier for people to vote and limiting the influence of corporations, lobbyists and the wealthy on campaigns and government.
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The Arizona Department of Revenue determined that legislation to exempt certain digital goods and services from sales taxes could cost the state at least $33 million in 2020, an analysis that could help the bill’s opponents keep it from moving forward in the Senate.
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