PHOENIX (AP) — Some Arizona lawmakers and physicians are raising a red flag about a bill that would allow optometrists […]
Mary Jo Pitzl, The Republic Calling it a “step too far,” lawmakers in the Arizona House of Representatives rejected a […]
The Arizona Automatic Merchandising Council (AAMC) hosted a legislative day at the state capitol in Phoenix, Ariz. AAMC members proactively […]
If Sierra Vista charter schools continue to receive special state funding, one significant reason will be due to the efforts of State Rep. Heather Carter, R-Cave Creek.
After the Senate Appropriations Committee passed SB1494 on Tuesday — a bill to prevent charter schools from having access to both state shared K-12 and special charter school funds — Carter prepared an amendment to remove the legislation and headed an effort to hold up House approval of the state budget.
HB2605, A bill aimed at providing Arizona teachers suicide prevention training was unanimously approved Thursday in the Senate Education Committee.
Discrimination, in any form, at any time, against any person is never ok. My vote on SB 1062 was not […]
With the Second Regular Session of Arizona’s 51st Legislature less than a month away, we asked for perspective from Rep. […]
For Arizona’s economy to create and sustain high-growth, high-wage jobs, our education system must develop students whose skills thrive in […]
The Arizona Technology Council and the Arizona Commerce Authority have honored 12 of the top legislators who embrace technology and help strengthen […]
That is the idea behind the state’s Freedom to Work program, run by the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, the state’s Medicaid program. It allows people who receive federal disability benefits — a monthly check and health-care benefits — to start or continue work without losing those benefits.