Implementation of the health reform law continues through 2014 with these key dates.
An Arizona man is accused of branding his initials onto his girlfriend after she didn’t want to go out dancing.
A City Council in a southern Arizona community that had been threatened with a lawsuit by the state Attorney General’s office for a civil union ordinance it adopted has voted to rewrite the law to take out parts that apparently run afoul of a state ban on same-sex marriage.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has signed into law legislation that adds miniature horses to the state’s definition of a service animal.
A state law that allows young women to dance in the nude once they reach 18 years of age, as long as alcohol is not served, is under fire in the Nevada Senate.
Backers of a bill to allow employees of school districts and Nevada’s higher education system to carry guns on campus if they have a concealed weapon permit say the issue is about responding quickly to imminent threats.
Arizona lawmakers want to prohibit anyone not associated with their birth gender from using public restrooms, showers and dressing rooms in the nation’s latest tussle over equal rights for transgender people.
If AB123 passes its committee and makes it into law, it would be illegal for pedestrians to read, browse the internet or enter data with hand-held devices while crossing roads in the state.
A federal court challenge to Nevada’s ban on same sex marriage has been turned back in U.S. District Court, but proponents vowed Friday to fight on with an argument that a pair of state laws regarding same-sex unions unconstitutionally make gay couples “second-class citizens.”
An Assembly panel has approved a bill to ban drivers from texting or chatting on cell phones.