Arizona Senate President Karen Fann and Mesa Republican Senator Kelly Townsend were subpoenaed by the FBI for an on-going investigation into President Donald Trump’s alleged pressure campaign on state officials to overturn the 2020 presidential election results. “President Fann received a FOIA in the form of a subpoena by the FBI as part of the […] The post The FBI subpoenaed Karen Fann and Kelly Townsend for information on the January 6 insurrection appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
Democratic leaders and candidates along with doctors had strong words for Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, who said Wednesday that abortions are now outlawed in Arizona because a law that was first drafted during the Civil War is still on the books. “This law in Arizona will harm women,” Dr. Viktoria Krajnc, a family medicine […] The post Dems, doctors react to Brnovich saying Arizona will enforce a Civil War-era abortion ban appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
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The University of Arizona announced that it will cover tuition and mandatory fees for full-time Indigenous undergraduate students. The post University of Arizona offers free tuition to Indigenous students appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
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Reaction in Arizona to the U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning the constitutional right to abortion broke down along predictable party lines, with Republicans celebrating and Democrats blasting the ruling. The post Arizona Republicans cheer Supreme Court ruling on abortion, Democrats express outrage appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
Arizona's new state budget includes funding for election security measures and to develop new "smart" ballot drop boxes. The post Lawmakers add pilots for ‘smart’ drop boxes, special ballots to Arizona budget appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
The party-line reaction in Congress hints at how lawmakers will approach abortion as the issue moves away from the court and more directly to the elected branches of government. The post Congress roiled by U.S. Supreme Court decision revoking abortion rights appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
Arizona GOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward was issued a subpoena by the Department of Justice along with other Arizonans who signed onto a document that would have sent fake electors to Congress on Jan. 6. The post AZGOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward subpoenaed in connection with false elector slate appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that established abortion as a constitutional right. The post U.S. Supreme Court overturns right to abortion in landmark decision appeared first on Arizona Mirror.