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With 1864 abortion ban repealed, Arizona doctors don’t need emergency licenses in California and none have signed up

Arizona abortion providers and abortion rights advocates voiced appreciation for the neighborly gesture.

Arizona governor signs budget into law after fierce negotiations to make up a massive shortfall

The spending plan is the result of weeks of negotiations between the Democratic governor and Republican legislative leaders.

Arizona lawmakers pass budget closing $1.4 billion deficit

The spending plan is the result of weeks of negotiations between Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs and Republican legislative leaders.

LUCHA looks to block controversial border ballot proposition

HCR 2060, also known as the Secure the Border Act, passed the state's House of Representatives yesterday. Now the civil rights group says it is unconstitutional.

House passes controversial border initiative, heads to ballot for voter approval

The ballot measure would make it a state crime to enter the country somewhere other than a port of entry.

GOP committee recommends impeaching Democratic Attorney General Kris Mayes in Senate trial

The five Republicans on the House Ad Hoc Committee on Executive Oversight allege Mayes has abused her power as attorney general to target Republicans.

Arizona Republicans move forward controversial immigration bill

Senate Republicans passed a ballot measure that could empower local law enforcement to arrest people who they believe entered the country illegally.

Hobbs signs housing bills that encourage middle housing and casitas

According to Arizona State University's Morrison Institute for Public Policy, about 50% of land in Arizona is zoned for single-family homes. This new legislation will help combat that.

AZ Supreme Court puts 1864 abortion ban enforcement on hold

The court is wating another 90 days before the near-total abortion ban goes into effect.

Arizona lawmaker punished for using Senate facilities to speak with anti-Semitic talk show host

Kern is facing indictment for actions tied to the 2020 election.

Arizona's near-total ban from 1864 is officially repealed

Governor Katie Hobbs signed the repeal Thursday afternoon.

AZ Senate repeals near-total abortion ban, headed to Governor's office

The repeal passed on a slim 16 to 14 vote after two Republicans crossed party lines.

Changing their tune: Turmoil within Republicans over abortion and its election impact

Arizona's senate requires some bipartisan support to repeal the 1864 near-total ban. But, some Republicans are fighting to keep the ban, while others are wavering.

Hobbs and Mayes launches reproductive rights website

The website works to clarify and connect Arizonans to abortion access both in and out of state.

Native tribes file to dismiss lawsuit threatening Grand Canyon National Monument

Conservations groups joined the tribes in filing to intervene in the case.

Republican says abortion ban repeal will advance in the state House by midweek

The 29 Democrats in the House of Representatives have twice tried to alter House rules to vote to repeal the ban.

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