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AZ House Budget Deal Delayed, Talks Begin Again Tuesday

After hours of debate, House Speaker Andy Tobin calls a recess as he was having trouble getting enough votes.

IRS Spokesman: Big Life Changes Mean Big Tax Changes

Such as buying a house, getting married or having a child can radically alter how a person files.

Local Organizations Make Final Push Going Into ACA Deadline

Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Acts' health insurance exchange ends March 31.

Member of the Arizona state Legislature meet at the Senate Building.

School Board Member Fills AZ House Vacated Seat

Norma Munoz appointed to midterm vacancy created by Rep. Ruben Gallego who stepped down to run for Congress.

Legislature is in a special session on the budger

AZ Workers Compensation Bill Shelved Until Next Year

Business-backed legislation to prohibit workers from filing lawsuits alleging they were unfairly denied comp benefits for on-the-job injuries on hold until 2015.

Judge: Arpaio Trivialized Racial Profiling Findings

Maricopa sheriff is set to appear before federal judge Monday for allegations that his chief deputy has suggested they weren't obligated to fix violations.

AZ House Debating Its Budget Plan Next Week

Chamber also expected to have a final vote Monday afternoon; state Senate passed their version Thursday.

Clintons, McCains Participate in Conference at ASU

7th annual Clinton Global Initiative University features students who commit to service projects addressing global problems.

Pima Community College Downtown Campus

PCC Temporarily Banned from Enrolling Vets

At least until college fixes Dept. of Veterans Services allegations that it had a poor record-keeping practice for students with that status.

Rural health care providers in Southeast Arizona may be facing some new challenges. Governor Jan Brewers budget relies on obtaining an exemption from federal rules so she can reduce the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, the state's Medicaid alternative, and save the state $1.5 billion over the next two years.

Supreme Court to Hear Lawsuits Against Hospitals Appeal

Arizona Supreme Court agreed to review a lower court's decision allowing suits against hospitals under state law; hospitals argue law applies to long-term care facilities.

Maricopa Supervisor Jumps in 2014 CD7 Race

Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox announces Friday; seat will be vacated by U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor at end of term.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, March 21, 2014

State Legislature may have budget by end of session; Pima wants $22M approved for new animal care center; Common Core implementation.

ADOT Proposing Tucson to PHX Passenger Train

Arizona Dept. of Transportation wants public comment on possible routes; agency says still has a ways to go to make it a reality.

Court Strikes Down Review of Disabilities Voucher Ruling

Arizona Supreme Court supports 2012 lower courts' decision saying grants to parents of students with disabilities doesn't violate constitutional prohibitions.

State May Have to Reimburse Glendale for Super Bowl Expenses

Arizona Senate committee unanimously approved bill requiring public safety expenses to be paid back following next year's event.

BIll Would Allow Livestock Owners to Shoot Fed Protected Wolves

Arizona Senate committee approved legislation that would grant ranchers permission to kill Mexican gray wolves if they prey on their animals.

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