Ron DeSantis killed people because Florida didn't impose tougher rules, we're told. But it's not true.
Both parties want to kill the filibuster when they are in the majority, and that's exactly why it needs to stick around.
There are better ways to build trust in the community than by violating the Fourth Amendment.
"A system that allows this level of sustained incompetence and cruelty... is morally bankrupt," a doctor wrote after investigating medical neglect in Arizona prisons.
Virtual Access to Doctors During the Pandemic Changed the Lives of Patients With Disabilities. Now That Care Is in Jeopardy.
Telemedicine opened up new possibilities for patients with disabilities and chronic conditions.
He Sold $20 Worth of Drugs. Prosecutors Want Him in Jail for Almost 10 Years—and More if He Refuses the Plea Deal.
That's illegal, says a new lawsuit.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is right: Democrats have more to lose by ending the filibuster than by putting up with it.
Six different states are already suing over a broad prohibition on tax cuts that was slipped into March's $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill.
Umbrellas, black clothing, and chanting "all cops are bastards" signal criminal street gang membership, prosecutors said.
California has a $75 billion budget surplus, but federal taxpayers are about to send the state $27 billion in additional aid.
The new law requires a criminal conviction prior to civil forfeiture and beefs up due process protections for property owners.
If the governor signs the bill into law, Arizona will become the 16th state to require a conviction for asset forfeiture.
Executive order leaves it to individual businesses, not the government.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Sues Biden Administration for Not Studying the Environmental Impact of More Migrants Coming Into the U.S.
A signature priority of President Donald Trump's administration was paring back federal environmental laws. Republicans are now stretching the definition of those same laws to save the former president's immigration policies.
Arizona passed a law raising the standard of evidence for asset forfeiture. That didn't help Jerry Johnson when Phoenix police seized his cash.
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Advocates say the legislation would restore an estimated 30,000 driver's licenses.
The national eviction moratorium and Arizona’s business restrictions were based on dubious assertions of authority.
Civil forfeiture reform failed last year. But now more legislators are on board.
Senators and state officials are proposing ways to sweep aside nonsensical regulations that place geographic limits on telehealth.
The usually rote process was marred by President Donald Trump's conspiracy theories and a Republican attempt to thwart the outcome, but the result is now official.
Phoenix Will Pay $3 Million Settlement After Police Shot a Man During a Noise Complaint. The Officers Are Still Employed.
And taxpayers will foot the bill.
Judge Susan Brnovich said no reasonable person would question her impartiality just because her husband already says they're guilty.
Two states are voting to permit medical marijuana. Four are voting for legalization.
Excessive force is certainly an issue. So is overcriminalization.
The cops seized Kevin McBride's $15,000 car because his girlfriend allegedly used it for a $25 marijuana sale.
The New York Times thinks so, but the data do not fit that hypothesis very well.
The Cops Took This Guy's $15,000 Jeep Because His Girlfriend Allegedly Used It for a $25 Marijuana Sale
Kevin McBride argues that Arizona's civil forfeiture law is unconstitutional.
After a presidential pardon, Arizona's most notorious former sherrif is not a reformed man.
The trend means we should see declining daily deaths in the coming weeks.
Fitness centers across the state are turning up the resistance to lockdown orders.
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County Threatens Fines, Demands Expensive Alterations From Arizona Couple Hosting Free Yoga Classes and Potlucks on Their Property
Joshua and Emily Killeen are suing Yavapai County, Arizona, for what they claim are unconstitutional restrictions on their ability to advertise their business and host events on their rural property.
It’s all about the revenue. Civil forfeiture brings in money, and lawmakers are more worried about their budgets than residents’ due process and property rights.
A uniform national response risks doing more harm than good in a nation that’s not uniform.
Right now, most licensing boards require that the majority of members be from the same licensed profession. It's not difficult to see how that leads to anti-competitive rules.