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Ducey signs bill limiting successor's pandemic powers

The measure signed Friday won’t take effect until Ducey leaves office.

House ethics panel tables complaint against Democratic lawmaker

Republican committee chairman Rep. Travis Grantham says the allegations fall outside the panel’s ability to investigate.

Arizona lawmakers face ethics complaint over nonprofit work

Complaint claims legislator used position to get financial support for organization that hired him as a consultant but lawyer says allegations are without merit.

Jan. 6 panel wants answers from GOP's Biggs

The panel is asking for testimony about their involvement in meetings at the White House, conversations with Trump as well as the planning of rallies on Jan. 6, 2021.

Arizona lawmakers at loggerheads over budget

This week, The Buzz examines the state's surplus and the debate over how to use it.

The Constitutional amendment that could disqualify some Arizona politicians from office

Section 3 of the 14th Amendment was written to keep Confederate leaders out of government after the Civil War but has a newfound relevance.

Ducey signs bills limiting school mask, vaccination rules

The Republican governor signed the two bills on Monday.

Judge nixes suit that wants Trump backers off ballot

Lawsuits sought to disqualify three Republican lawmakers from the ballot because they participated in or helped organize the Jan. 6, 2021, rally in Washington that ended with an unprecedented attack on Congress.

Arizona Supreme Court throws out ballot measure aimed at repealing flat tax

Arguing it mostly benefited the wealthy, opponents of the tax policy petitioned to put it up to a statewide vote.

Arizona has a surplus. How will lawmakers spend it?

Gavel to Gavel speaks with economist Jim Rounds about the state's budget outlook and how long Arizona's surplus might last.

The man behind Arizona's sentencing laws

This week on Gavel to Gavel, ProPublica's Nicole Santa Cruz discusses the role of Steve Twist in shaping criminal justice in Arizona.

Arizona House votes to delay controversial new election law

As it stands now, the law would likely go into effect between the primary and general elections this year.

Arizona AG letter offers no proof of 2020 election fraud

The review released Wednesday outlines Attorney General Mark Brnovich's concerns with some election procedures but does not provide proof of any major issues.

Huckelberry resignation tainted by last-minute reports

News stories allege Huckelberry hid his retirement from supervisors.

Arizona Supreme Court declines GOP lawsuit against early voting

The party's lawyers argue that early voting is not allowed under the state Constitution.

Arizona could create new rules for voting by mail

Opponents point to Texas, which adopted similar policies and saw thousands of ballots rejected during a primary election last month.

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