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Think tank says education aggregate expenditure limit should be ended permanently

The Grand Canyon Institute report claims AEL is bad for Arizona schools and the state's economy.

Ducey bids farewell to Governor’s office

The two term governor leaves office in a few weeks.

The Buzz: Looking back on 2022

Newsworthy interviews and topics that we addressed this year.

US sues Arizona over shipping containers on Mexico border

The complaint filed in U.S. District Court comes three weeks before the Republican governor steps aside for Democratic Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs, who has said she opposes the construction.

Cochise County election legal drama continues

The election was certified but two members of the Board of Supervisors are still fighting.

Kari Lake challenges her defeat in Arizona governor’s race

She is asking a court to throw out certified election results from the state's most populous county and either declare her the winner or rerun the governor's election in that county.

Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema switches to independent

She does not plan to caucus with Republicans, ensuring Democrats will retain their narrow voting majority in the Senate.

Redistricting Advisory Committee approves three maps to be sent to Tucson city council

The new ward boundaries will be in effect for the 2023 municipal election.

Fact Check Arizona bonus episode: How we fact check

The Fact Check AZ team discuss how we'd dissect a questionable campaign mailer

Cochise County delays election certification

Some county supervisors are questioning the certification of voting machines.

Midterm elections a "wake up call" for state Republicans

UA political analysis of Arizona vote shows toxic connection to Trump

Hobbs wins Arizona governor’s race, flipping state for Dems

She’s the first Democrat to be elected governor in Arizona since Janet Napolitano in 2006.

Prop. 308 supporters project win as vote count continues

The measure would allow undocumented Arizona high school graduates to receive in-state tuition.

Voters confident in election procedures while casting ballots

Voting centers will remain open until 7 p.m. throughout Tuesday, Nov. 8.

Fact Check AZ: Ep. 6 Voting Machines and election integrity

Who builds and maintains vote tabulation equipment, and how do we know it is working as intended?

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