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AHCCCS Work-Rule, Time-Limit Proposal Heading to Brewer

Arizona House gives final approval to bill that would force able-bodied Medicaid recipients to get a job, limit some to a max of five years of insurance.

The border of Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Mexico is separated by a large brown metal fence.

Murders in Mexico Appear to Drop By 15% Last Year, Analysis Says

Authorities would like to take credit but report's author says that is 'debatable;' certain cartels have established monopolies so no need to fight anyone, he argues.

New Bill Brings Changes to Rio Nuevo Board

Arizona House approves legislation that would require four board members to live within Tucson city limits, others in Pima County area.

Four Major Pro-Gun Bills Get AZ Senate OK

Including being allowed to have weapons in government buildings that don't have strict security measures.

Brewer Signs Surprise Inspections of Abortion Clinics Bill

Governor has consistently supported anti-abortion legislation; opponents say law is unnecessary.

Top Combat General At Davis-Monthan

Local elected officials make their case for the A-10; ask for expansion of the base's roll in the future such as housing F-16s.

Arizona Capitol Buildling

Senate Unanimously Passes Bill Toughening Trafficking Penalties

HB 2454 targets pimps who traffic minors, businesses such as massage parlors, escort services advertising online.

Bill Aims to Keep New Teen Drivers Off Cell Phones

The Arizona House OKs legislation which bans teen drivers from talking or texting during their first six months of driving.

McCain in Estonia, Calls EU Sanctions on Russia a 'Joke'

During his trip Tuesday he called for 'strong, tough American leadership' to shape the West's response to Russian actions in Ukraine.

Davis-Monthan May Get F-16 Aircrafts

As F-35 units take up station at Luke AFB in Glendale, the current F-16s based in Maricopa County should be rehoused in Tucson base.

UPDATED: Not Enough Evidence Against Horne, Judge Rules

Monday decision says Atty. Gen. Tom Horne did not break the campaign finance law; judge says prosecutors did not prove case.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, April 11, 2014

A look at the state and city budget; Sen. John McCain joins the fight to save A-10s; immigration activists want President Obama to stop deportations.

Arizona State Capitol

Brewer Signs $9.2B Budget for Coming Year

Plan includes $59 million more for new child safety agency, more educational funding; gov. line-item vetoes $4M.

An A-10 plane sits in a hanger at Davis Monthan Air Force Base.

Air Force Officials Visit Congress, Defend Grounding of A-10s

At a meeting of a subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee, Gen. Larry Spencer, the Air Force vice chief of staff, said cutting the A-10 was a financial decision.

Ken Bennett, Secretary of State,  discusses statewide work for Election Day.

Bennett First to Officially File Papers for GOP Gov Primaries

Arizona Secretary of State meets requirements to qualify for the August Republican primary ballot.

Ruling for Horne's Campaign Finance Law Case Expected Soon

Yavapai County prosecutors say they produced enough evidence to prove Arizona Atty. Gen. Tom Horne illegally coordinated campaign spending with his aide.

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