The two measures that met the signature threshold focus on predatory bill collection and ensuing that those funding elections are publicly known.
A reproductive rights organization is pushing for a constitutional amendment to the Arizona Constitution that would ensure protections for reproductive care services.
The Arizona Supreme Court ruled that the state's voters do not have the right to reject Gov. Ducey's massive income tax cut.
All pending cases in the county for possessing an ounce or less of marijuana, paraphernalia, or marijuana concentrates will be dismissed.
Backers of the Invest in Education Act see it as a way to pump about $940 million a year into the state’s underfunded school system.
The measure would add protections for patients with pre-existing conditions, end surprise billing, raise hospital inspection standards, and increase wages for healthcare workers.
At least one voter initiative is headed to the Arizona Supreme Court, where judges will be asked to rule on allowing the proposition on the November ballot.
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