The Arizona Republican Party has censured state House Speaker Rusty Bowers after his gripping public testimony to the Jan. 6 panel about Donald Trump’s relentless pressure to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
In the wake of the devastating murder of 19 children and two adults in Uvalde, Texas, Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ-4) took to Twitter—not to offer comfort to grieving families, but to peddle misinformation falsely accusing a transgender woman in Georgia of the crime. At a time when Arizona and other states are already struggling to combat dangerous election misinformation online, Rep. Gosar’s tweet highlights the continued need for policymakers, and Democrats in particular, to protect online platforms’ ability to moderate content.
The leader of Arizona’s largest abortion provider said Tuesday her organization will not resume the procedures in one county even though a federal judge has blocked a fetal “personhood” law they feared could lead to criminal charges against doctors and others.
Allow me to make a common sense assumption that should be reflected by common sense policy: assault weapons pose a greater danger to children than drag queens.
An Arizona senator wants to ban children from attending drag queen performances through a last-minute bill.