Despite over 40 vetoes from the new governor, students say they haven't seen many actions from Hobbs after her first 100 days in office.
A bipartisan bill in the Arizona House would allow research on psilocybin mushrooms for medical treatments.
A bill that would override local zoning in order to address housing shortage and increase housing density is working its way through the state legislature.
While SCR 1015 parades itself as a saving grace promoting statewide buy-in for ballot initiatives, it's actually an egregious attempt to dismantle direct democracy in Arizona.
Democratic wins by Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs represent the chance for positive changes in Arizona policies across the board.
House Bill 2523 allows community colleges to offer four-year degrees. The bill passed out of the Arizona House of Representatives, and ASU students should rally behind this bill in support.
HB 2238 would require universities to host both sides of controversy, but the sponsor doesn't know if documenting visitors would educate students.
The debate featured proposals ranging from increasing TUSG's transparency, to introducing new advocacy plans at the State Capitol.
HB2404 aims to make ballot initiatives more expensive which will cause smaller organizations and voters to suffer.
Sex and relationship education in Arizona needs to reflect LGBT Arizonans' realities. It's time to repeal the "no promo-homo" statute.
Tempe residents and ASU students should not be enchanted by the flash of a proposed hockey arena. Historical trends in similar projects suggest that the economic benefits promised by a new arena are scarcely realized.
First female Asian-American Arizona Sen. Kimberly Yee seeks to inspire minorities and increase voter engagement
As the first female Asian-American in Arizona politics, Kimberly Yee's career could indicate a shift in the state's government toward increased cultural diversity.
If passing legislation in D.C. was a firework, the President would simply be the fuse, but Congress is the explosion.
Senate President Andy Biggs proposed the state increase university funding by $32 million in his Senate budget bill. Here's what that means.