/ Modified sep 20, 2019 4:01 p.m.

Unpacking the headlines in Arizona politics

Analysis from The Yellow Sheet's Hank Stephenson.

A decision to cancel a presidential primary and the state’s newest Supreme Court justice are just a few topics making waves in Arizona political news. Arizona 360 got analysis on some of the latest hot-button issues from Hank Stephenson, editor of the Yellow Sheet Report — an online publication from the Arizona Capitol Times.

Topics included a decision from Arizona Republicans to cancel its 2020 presidential primary; a ruling from the Arizona Supreme Court that overrode Phoenix’s anti-discrimination ordinance; Gov. Doug Ducey’s controversial appointment of Bill Montgomery to the state’s Supreme Court; and recent claims by Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers that any attempts to reform sex education in the Legislature next year are part of a push to “radicalize children.”

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