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Vanishing Sand at the Grand Canyon
Also on Arizona Spotlight: The 2017 Arizona legislature starts work; exploring diction with Anna Risley; and film & stage stars Renèe Taylor & Joseph Bologna visit Tucson with "My Life on a Diet".
Wish List for State Business Leaders: Education, Roads
Also: Less regulation, expanded Arizona-Mexico trade, ballot initiative reform.
Flags, Public Records and Marijuana Top List of New Bills
State lawmakers are getting ready for the 2017 legislative session.
Arizona's Freshmen Lawmakers Learn Capitol's Ins and Outs
Tucsonans among the nearly one-third of the Legislature newly elected for 2017.
New Arizona Lawmakers Learning the Ropes
Nearly a third of the state's legislators are new.
State Revenues Surpass Budget, Driven By Income Tax
A larger budget was put together in anticipation of an improving economy.
Legislative Numbers: Little Change in Party Breakdown
Democrats had hoped to make up ground, but both chambers largely unchanged.
Visitors Flock to Arizona State Parks in Record Numbers
Nearly 3M tourists spent more than $16M at the parks, which lost some funding in 2012.
Supreme Court Abortion Ruling Doesn’t Affect Arizona, Yet
5-3 decision strikes down Texas anti-abortion law; Arizonans evaluating impact.
How Did Business Fare in Arizona Legislative Session?
Startups, sharing economy could profit; developers in Cochise County lose.
Governor's Signature Settles State Superintendent Lawsuits
Gov. Doug Ducey signed a bill Wednesday settling a year-long fight in the Department of Education
Arizona Governor Signs Two Gun-Related Bills
Bill that would restrict enforcement of federal gun laws vetoed
Ducey Signs $9.6 Billion Arizona Budget
Gov. Doug Ducey approves the spending plan for the next fiscal year
Ducey Vetoes Water Bills Affecting Cochise County
'I will not sign legislation that threatens Arizona’s water future,' he says in veto message.
Pima County Ex-Supervisor Ann Day Dies in Tucson Car Wreck
Day, 77, left office in 2011 after representing northwest district 12 years.
Arizona House Revives Children's Health Insurance Bill
Parliamentary wrangling brought the KidsCare bill back to life in the Arizona House
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