"It's time to address the fact that this is a system that needs better oversight on numerous fronts," Gov. Katie Hobbs said in a Friday press release.
The governor wants to roll it back, but she doesn't have the votes.
Thousands of local, state, and federal law-enforcers have access to sensitive financial data.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear 94-year-old Geraldine Tyler's case challenging home equity theft.
"They couldn't keep him alive for two weeks," says the boy's father. "That's absolutely insane."
The city is banning temporary signs that don't have the NFL's approval in a downtown "clean zone."
Officers piled on top of a cuffed Akeem Terrell after he was arrested for acting erratically at a party, and later found him pulseless and facedown in an isolation cell.
"Just because I made some bad choices in my life, they shouldn't be allowed to make bad health choices for me and my baby," said one woman whose labor was induced against her will.
In One Arizona County, Child Protective Services Will Eventually Investigate Two-Thirds of Black Children
A staggeringly high number of families are subject to child abuse and neglect investigations in Maricopa County, Arizona.
Property owners are required to get permission from the city, the NFL, and/or the private Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee before displaying temporary advertisements and signs.
We should appreciate anything that shakes the confidence of both major parties.
Fixing federal permitting rules and easing immigration policies would help companies like the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, which are interested in building more plants in America.
What's happening right now in Cochise County, Arizona, should make the passage of the Electoral Count Reform Act even more urgent.
The cop who killed Shaver was fired. But he will receive a disability pension for the rest of his life because he claims he has post-traumatic stress disorder.
Voters rejected other Republicans who have cozied up to the former president, including Senate candidate Blake Masters and secretary of state candidate Mark Finchem.
The Arizona Senate candidate who said "libertarianism doesn't work" is expected to come up short.
According to the ruling, the Pima County Board of Supervisors violated the state constitution's Gift Clause with its sweetheart deal to a space tourism company.
It's her willingness to wield state power to punish the ideas and groups she dislikes.
In Arizona's Senate Race, Blake Masters and Mark Kelly Battle Over Their Preferred Kinds of Big Government
Though the candidates have seemingly little in common, either one winning will harm the cause of individual liberty.
Libertarian Party Chair Angela McArdle Won't Endorse Blake Masters, Slams Dr. Oz, Fetterman, Georgia GOP
"The fact that [Dr. Oz] can't beat Fetterman in a race is not anything that libertarians should be biting their nails or clutching their pearls over."
The anti-immigrant tenor of the state's GOP candidates is keeping reasonable conversations about border security out of reach.
Like Arizona's Marc Victor, Erik Gerhardt is a potential spoiler in one of the nation's biggest Senate races. Unlike Victor, he's embracing the role.
The Libertarian—who polled as high as 6 percent in the past 8 days—thinks Republican Masters is "gonna be one of us" in the Senate.
Norma Thornton of Bullhead City, Arizona, is suing for the right to help people in need.
Over time, betting has been a better predictor than polls, pundits, statistical models, and everything else.
Marc Victor is gaining ground with a “live and let live” message.
Some states that do not border Mexico have sought to play a role in immigration policy.
"The Court fails to see how the presence of a person recording a video near an officer interferes with the officer's activities," the judge wrote.
By forcing kids to learn from home, teachers unions did more to promote the need for radical K-12 education reform than a million activists.
A Tucson mother who briefly left two kids alone while she ran an errand won a temporary reprieve in court.
Some candidates, like Arizona's Blake Masters, have quietly removed abortion restriction initiatives from their campaign websites.
The lawsuit argues the new law will chill protected First Amendment activities and keep media and the public from holding police accountable.
School choice would help families escape classroom battles by leaving the battleground.
It’s a small step toward breaking down barriers between patients and innovative medicine.
Educational freedom is good for everybody but unions, bureaucrats, and the education establishment.
Occupational licensing reform is a popular cause, but barriers remain too high.
Good intentions, bad results.
Residents of Nogales are now under the gaze of a round-the-clock surveillance craft.
Civil liberties groups oppose the law, saying it will impede First Amendment–protected activity and protect bad cops.
We need to clearcut the government regulations hampering efforts to effectively battle wildfires.
"No legitimate humane system would operate in this manner," the judge concluded.
Arizona's new law should make alternative school arrangements more accessible than ever to families interested in educating their kids instead of funding bureaucracies.