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The Arizona Capitol Times is an award-winning newspaper that covers state government, politics and legislative news.
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AZ Capitol Times 6h
Woman who faked cancer to get state paid abortion to be heard at Supreme Court via
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AZ Capitol Times 6h
Out-of-state students will appeal court ruling to throw out case in which they demand refunds because dreamers got in-state tuition. via
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AZ Capitol Times 7h
The Supreme Court will decide whether additional fees tacked onto the price of renting a car can be used to fund stadiums and sports complexes. via
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AZ Capitol Times 11h
GUEST OPINION: Light rail corridor change would jeopardize funding so late in game
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 24
The long awaited debate between and via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 24
Diane Douglas, science teachers clash over academic standards at Board of Education meeting via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 24
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 24
. explains rabbits, property assessment and what does in this Q&A with
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 24
The race is on for the leader of the Arizona House Democrats via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 24
It ultimately may not matter if Arizonans vote in November to require utilities to generate more of their electricity from renewable sources. via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 23
The AZ Supreme Court has been swept up in election season politics, and the lasting impact may be a threat to judicial independence. via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 21
Malfunctioning voting equipment and the lack of a back-up plan led to 62 polling locations opening late for the Aug. 28 primary election, the Maricopa County auditors concluded. via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 21
“We can’t have legislators voting on bills that directly impact them or their families’ finances. Period." via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 21
Opponents of may soon cry victory over its defeat, but the fight over school choice and Empowerment Scholarship Accounts will not end in November. via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 21
“If the public loses faith in the third branch of government... then it almost seems to me we’ve got a serious problem." via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 21
A measure Republican lawmakers put on the November ballot could determine how much Arizonans actually know about who is trying to influence political campaigns. via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 21
"We have concluded, regrettably, that the steps required to facilitate our ownership and operation of NGS are no longer possible within the required timeframe," the companies wrote in a letter to the Navajo Nation. via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 21
Corporation Commission candidates debate renewable energy initiative via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 21
Fueled by reports of a state rep profiting from the sale of a public charter school, Sen. Kate Brophy McGee wants to limit conflicts more than they’re limited now. via
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AZ Capitol Times Sep 21
“We don’t just want Prop. 305 to lose. We want it to go down in flames." via
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