Optometrists want the ability to prescribe steroids, hydrocodone pain killers and other potentially dangerous drugs, but lawmakers say a bill allowing them to do so is circumventing the legislative process and would put the public at risk.
A small group of child welfare workers made a “dysfunctional” decision to set aside child abuse calls to soften their workload and then tried to hide it.
Arizona senators voted against reimbursing Glendale for part of the public safety costs the city expects to rack up while playing host to the Super Bowl in 2015.
State prosecutors are asking the Arizona Supreme Court to order the execution of a man sentenced to death for killing his estranged girlfriend and her father in Pima County nearly a quarter-century ago.
The help that Gov. Jan Brewer promised victims of human trafficking in her State of the State address became law Tuesday, increasing penalties and establishing being a victim of sex trafficking as a defense in child prostitution cases.
Brewer was visibly upset with the ruling when she spoke to reporters today, and said she will appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court. The governor called it a “rushed decision” by the appellate court and said it could ultimately prevent the state from providing quality, cost-effective health care to tens of thousands of people.
Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a bill allowing ranchers and state officials to kill endangered Mexican gray wolves if the wolf is caught in the act of killing livestock or threatening humans.
Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a pair of bills allowing ranchers and state officials to kill endangered Mexican gray wolves if the wolf is caught in the act of killing livestock or threatening humans.
Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a bill that would have sought federal permission to limit people to no more than five years in Arizona’s Medicaid program, saying “this waiver would have brought our healthcare sector to a breaking point.”
Comparing Andy Biggs to Harry Reid: Sarah Palin blasts Arizona Senate president’s stand on constitutional convention
Arizona’s Senate president is under fire from an unlikely source within his own political party: Sarah Palin