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PHOENIX — A Phoenix-based national university known for promoting its programs has agreed to pay a record $191 million to settle claims it used deceptive advertising to attract prospective … more
PHOENIX — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday slapped down a bid by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to get an early crack at the assets of the family that owns one of the largest opioid … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey said Friday he won’t take advantage of an offer by President Trump to allow Arizona to opt out of taking refugees, at least not up front. more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey said Friday that Arizona could do “just as well” without electing certain county officials, like the assessor. more
PHOENIX — State lawmakers are being asked to weigh whether the concerns of marijuana farmers about the potency — and value — of their crops should allow them to put limits on those who grow hemp nearby. more
PHOENIX — What you want to call yourself legally is no one’s business but your own, the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday. In a precedent-setting decision, the three-judge panel … more
CASA GRANDE — Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday brushed aside concerns that a slowdown at border crossings into Arizona engineered by federal officials will affect visitors to Arizona — and … more
CASA GRANDE — Three years ago when Lucid Motors announced it would manufacture electric cars in Arizona they were still relatively rare. Now it seems like just about everyone is building … more
PHOENIX — Saying voters are being disenfranchised, two groups are asking a federal judge to void an Arizona law that says ballots have to be received by county officials by 7 p.m. on Election Day to be counted. more
PHOENIX — Saying he doesn’t trust the industry, a top Senate Republican wants an outright ban on the use of certain chemicals in the marijuana that Arizonans smoke, eat or drink. more
PHOENIX — A new survey by the Morrison Institute finds that Arizonans want to spend more money on education. But paying for it? That’s another question. The report being released … more
PHOENIX — A special committee on child sex abuse wants lawmakers to make it easier to prosecute some people who could be considered close to the victim. But members of the Justice for … more
PHOENIX — A veteran state lawmaker is seeking to trim the wings of the secretary of state, at least when it comes to enacting procedures for conducting elections. SB 1014, proposed by Sen. … more
PHOENIX — The vice chairman of the House Education Committee wants schools to teach students less about dating — but tighten up laws that require them to recite the Pledge of … more
PHOENIX — An attorney for the Patriot Movement says the group and its members can’t be sued in federal court for harassing migrants and those helping them because the plaintiffs are aiding them in violating federal immigration laws. more
PHOENIX — Undeterred by the defeat earlier this year, Sen. Heather Carter, R-Cave Creek is launching a new bid to regulate vaping products like tobacco and raise the age to use both to … more
PHOENIX — A Mesa GOP lawmaker is proposing what he concedes is a very un-Republican thing. Sen. David Farnsworth has introduced two bills to cap the interest rate that can be charged by title lenders at 36%. That compares with rates that run as high as 17% a month. more
PHOENIX — The state Senate wants a do-over of at least part of the trial where a jury concluded a staffer was the victim of racial and sexual discrimination. more
PHOENIX — Calling the law a mistake, two House Democrats are leading the charge to repeal a 2016 measure that stripped cities and towns of their ability to regulate short-term and vacation rentals. more
PHOENIX — Arizonans who want to use marijuana recreationally would get a lot of places to buy it under a plan unveiled Wednesday that sponsors hope voters will approve. The legislation … more
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