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Bill Limiting Signature Gathering May See Vote in Arizona Senate This Week

The measure would ban paying per signature on petitions, which opponents say is a way to suppress citizen initiatives.

Longer School Recess Bill Advances in State Senate

Kindergarten through fifth graders now get 20 minutes; bill would add second recess.

Arizona Court Upholds Funding of Medicaid Expansion

The hospital levy is constitutional because it is not a tax, appellate panel rules.

No Teacher Raise Details in House Subcommittee's Budget Plan

Group sends its K-12 spending recommendations to state budget writers.

Tucson Gun Destruction Case Heads to Top State Court

The city says its charter status allows to to destroy seized guns; the state disagrees.

Running for Federal Office? You May Have to Choose Just One

Arizona bill would limit candidates, with the exception of president or vice president hopefuls.

Legislature, Back from Recess, Wants School Kids to Have It, Too

Unstructured recess could become a requirement for every school day.

More Veterans Might Qualify for Arizona In-State Tuition

A bill up for a vote in the House Monday expands eligibility.

Bill May Tighten Restrictions on Citizen Initiatives

Legislative committee adds requirements for petition gatherers.

School Vouchers Bill Moves to Full Arizona Senate

All Arizona students could be eligible for vouchers if the plan passes.

Bill Would Require Computer Coding for Arizona Students

Proposal for one hour of instruction aimed at helping the tech industry.

Sheriffs Ask Where's Their Share of Border Strike Force Money

$28 million for Ducey's force; $1.2 million for border county sheriffs, one says.

School Voucher Expansion for All Children Proposed

Republican Sen Debbie Lesko introduces bill to expand vouchers in next four years.

Bill Would Expand School Vouchers In Arizona

A similar bill failed last year.

Arizona Schools Chief: Education Should Get Majority of New Spending

Called on Legislature to find long-term funding in State of Education speech.

State Not Likely to Drop Gun Suit Against Tucson

The law barring destruction of seized weapons is not likely to change.

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