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Pima County board of supervisors could grow under proposed law

Legislation would increase the size of the board from five members to seven.

Arizona has long embraced voting by mail but it could get harder

A flurry of legislation could change where Arizonans vote and how those votes are counted.

Senate committee backs bill to end local mail elections

Many municipalities, including Tucson, have embraced the practice.

Arizona Democrats censure Sinema over voting rights bill

The censure has no practical consequences but serves as a symbolic condemnation.

Pima Officials want to modernize county election system

Voting centers and tablets could replace precincts and voter printouts

Republicans on state Senate panel OK guns on college campuses

Colleges and universities opposed the bill.

Arizona Senate committee approves ban on transgender girls in school sports

Bill is part of a wave of similar legislation introduced in state capitols around the country.

Grijalva announces 2nd COVID-19 infection

The chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee said Thursday he has minor symptoms.

Townsend announces bid for congressional seat in Southern Arizona

The district takes in parts of Tucson and leans Republican.

Here's how much money candidates for governor have raised and spent so far

Leading candidates spent more than $5 million before 2022 even began.

Gov. Ducey proposes $14.25 billion state budget

Plan calls for earned income tax credit and socking an additional $425 million in the state's rain day fund.

Pima County attorney closes investigation of 151 voters who cast multiple ballots

Investigation revealed ‘genuine confusion,’ not ‘conspiratorial acts,’ county attorney says.

Sen. Sinema dashes Democrats' hope to change the filibuster

Sinema said she supports the voting rights bills under consideration but added she is unwilling to change her position on the filibuster for them to pass.

Governor delivers state of the state address

Pledges tax cuts, $1 billion for water, and summer program to help students catch up on learning.

Ducey says water, education, border are key themes of final state of the state address

Legislature convenes today facing a pandemic, drought and looming cuts to public schools.

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