Tucson residents and students say former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ image will play a role in the June election’s outcome.
Prospective medical marijuana vendors seeking licensing can begin turning in applications to the Arizona Department of Health Services on May 14.
Gov. Jan Brewer signed a bill that would prohibit expecting mothers from having an abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
In his inaugural State of the City Address on Wednesday, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton discussed the possibility of moving the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law to the Downtown campus.
Leaders from student political groups ASU Green Party, Students for Mitt and Young Americans for Freedom at ASU commented on presidential candidates' bids for office.
The population of illegal immigrants in Arizona is down 200,000 from 2008, a figure creating debate over whether the economy or increased law enforcement contributed most to the cause.
National political editor, Steven Ginsberg, for the Washington Post reveals how the newspaper is finding points of interest in 2012’s political news coverage.
Controversial contraception Arizona House Bill 2625 was defeated Wednesday as locals and legislators rallied at the Arizona State Capitol lawn against “anti-women” healthcare bills
A bill moving through the Senate would ban medical marijuana cardholders from possessing or smoking marijuana on university campuses.
Recent legislation aimed at higher education such as Senate Bill 1474 and House Bill 2675 have created tension between universities and the legislature.
Undocumented ASU law student, Daniel Rodriguez, talks about the difficulty undocumented citizens face paying for higher education.
A Senate committee endorsed a bill allowing employers to leave contraceptives off their health care plans if they have religious objections.