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A lawyer for the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate told a judge that he would cause permanent damage to the legislative process if he requires lawmakers to release records about the Senate GOP’s review of the 2020 election. 


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A judge in Phoenix is weighing whether the Legislature’s decision to charge the city of Flagstaff $1.1 million this year because city voters raised its minimum wage is legal. 


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Flagstaff Unified School District will keep its mask mandate for students and staff in place. It follows a court decision this week that ruled the state’s ban on such requirements was unconstitutional. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports.

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A group has failed to collect enough signatures to block three new election laws they contend amount to voter suppression. 

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A draft of the review of the vote count in Arizona's largest county finds that President Joe Biden did win the county and state. 


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Longtime Arizona Rep. Frank Pratt has died following a long illness. He was 79. 

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Arizona Rep. Aaron Lieberman has become the second Democratic lawmaker to leave office to focus on a run for higher office.

Lieberman announced Monday that he’s immediately resigning from the House so he can devote himself fulltime to his campaign for governor. The second-term lawmaker from Paradise Valley represents one of the most competitive legislative districts in the state. 

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The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday selected a sitting member of the Arizona House to replace a state senator who resigned after being charged with child molestation.

The board chose Rep. Raquel Teran from a list of three candidates vetted by a citizen’s panel to replace former Sen. Tony Navarrete, who resigned after he was charged and has denied the allegations. Supervisor Steve Gallardo announced the decision on Navarette’s replacement in a tweet.

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Former President Donald Trump has given his influential endorsement in the race for Arizona’s top election official. 


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A new survey shows a majority of Arizona voters oppose the law passed by the state Legislature this year banning mask mandates in K-12 public and charter schools.