Following Tuesday's special primary for former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' vacant seat, Tucson residents and ASU students say candidates' relationship with Giffords will play an important role in the coming electoral race.
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An Arizona lawmaker wants to extend an ethnic studies law passed in 2010 to Arizona universities, which ASU’s School of Transborder Studies director said would be difficult to enforce.
Barrett, the Honors College at the ASU Downtown campus hosted its first live webcast of the TED 2012 Conference Wednesday, an event organized by a nonprofit that promotes its concept, “Ideas worth spreading,” through biannual conferences.
The Arizona Senate Appropriations Committee passed the amended Senate Bill 1083 Tuesday, bringing Arizona closer to funding an armed, civilian militia.
Tempe will hold several celebratory events Tuesday in honor of Arizona’s 100th anniversary.
State lawmakers are pushing a bipartisan effort that would make Arizona the second state to let bicyclists yield at stop signs.
Candidates began lining up this week after Gov. Jan Brewer called for a special primary and general election to fill Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ vacated seat.
Arizona voters may have the chance in November to pass a recently proposed state alcohol tax whose revenue would fight underage drinking.
U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton dismissed Gov. Jan Brewer’s lawsuit against the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act on Jan. 4. Brewer announced in a Jan. 13 press release she would not file her lawsuit again.
Several Republican candidates from Arizona formally announced their congressional campaign within the past week.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Phoenix, vacated her seat in the state legislature on Tuesday to run in Arizona’s newly formed 9th Congressional District.
After more than a year of rewriting education laws and other efforts by legislators, the Arizona Department of Education announced on Dec. 23 that Arizona will receive one of seven federal “Race to the Top” grants totaling nearly $200 million.