Business leaders fear the ‘religious freedom’ bill allowing firms to refuse to serve gay customers could have serious consequences for Arizona. Topping their concerns: the fate of the Super Bowl.
In declining to take up the case, the Supreme Court let stand a Ninth US Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that invalidated Arizona’s law, which sought to restrict abortions after 20 weeks.
As more becomes known about the devastating Arizona wildfire that killed 19 members of a hotshot team, broader questions are being raised, including roles of residential development and climate change.
This week’s loss of 19 elite firefighters battling Arizona’s Yarnell Hill wildfire raises questions about how scorching temperatures and low humidity may contribute to explosive fires and unanticipated safety hazards. Here’s what researchers have learned.
By 7 to 2, the Supreme Court justices struck down Arizona’s Proposition 200 as violating the National Voter Registration Act, which requires only a written declaration of US citizenship.
Minnesota sits in the middle of range of state payday lending regulations, not the strictest state by any means.
Arizona’s illegal immigration law directs police to check the status of individuals during a legal stop or detention. It’s the latest chapter in the battle between the state and the Obama administration over which level of government has authority regarding immigration policy.
Loughner was declared unfit to stand trial after the 2011 Arizona rampage that killed six people and wounded 13, including Gabrielle Giffords. A reported plea bargain could mean a life sentence.
A presumptive candidate for sheriff in Arizona’s Pinal County, Jason Ready, police say, appears to have been the aggressor in an apparent “domestic incident.”
The focus of his inquiry was Russell Pearce, the former Arizona Senate president who wrote and championed the controversial 2010 state law known as SB 1070.
‘SB 1070 poses an imminent threat to Mexico-US bilateral relations,’ declares the brief submitted on behalf of Mexico and 16 other countries.
The Justice Department has called off negotiations with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office over accusations of racial discrimination, a move that paves the way for a showdown in court.
Returns from 71 percent of Michigan’s precincts showed Romney at 41 percent and Santorum at 37 percent.