Stories tagged: "Capitol"


Christine Marsh answers a campaign phone call while she records grades from her English students in between campaign events at a "grade-in" with her fellow striking teacher Karson Shipp to demonstrate that they're still working in the interest of their students during the educators strike for public education funding on April 28 at Desert Ridge Marketplace in Phoenix, Ariz.
Legislators Renew Call to Lift Decades-Old Cap on Education Spending

Gov. Doug Ducey has not yet made good on his promise to address a spending limit that blocks schools from accessing necessary funds in order to operate properly.

Photo by Ty Merbler
‘I Was Slipping in People’s Blood’: 6 Key Takeaways From Jan. 6 Committee Hearing No. 1

Aware of the Jan. 6 mob’s chants to ‘Hang Mike Pence,’ former President Trump responded: “Maybe our supporters had the right idea."

FILE - The Arizona House of Representatives gather during a legislative session Wednesday, April 6, 2011, at the Capitol in Phoenix. Arizona Legislature voted to ban gender-reassignment surgery for minors and sends bill to Republican Gov. Doug Ducey on Thursday, March 24, 2022. (AP Photo/Matt York, File)
Despite a Majority in the Legislature, Republicans Fail to Pass Many Restrictive Voting Laws

Voting proposals from Democrats, on the other hand, include automatic and same-day voter registration, opening more early voting locations, and implementing a voters’ bill of rights.

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Republican-Led Education Committee Passes School Censorship Bill

Despite such proposals being deeply unpopular, many states have moved to ban or restrict any curriculum that has to do with teaching about sexuality or race relations.

Photo by Camaron Stevenson
Voter ID Bill Adds Restrictions on Early Voters

The proposed law would require Arizona voters to show their ID an additional time to vote, this time when dropping off an early ballot at a voting center.

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Arizona Republicans Support Book Ban That Could Allow Schools to Ban the Bible

Rep. Jake Hoffman's bill would ban schools from using books that include sex acts or references to homosexuality.

Then-Rep. Don Shooter, R-Yuma, drops the mic after defending himself on the floor of the Arizona House in 2018, as fellow lawmakers voted 56-3 to expel him for violating the House’s zero-tolerance policy for workplace harassment.
Court: Shooter Cannot Sue for Expulsion From House in Harassment Case

Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter was expelled from the legislature after an investigation revealed he had sexually harassed a female lawmaker.