Right-Wing Rule 

One of the most conservative sessions in the Arizona Legislature's history is in the books

When the Arizona Legislature wrapped up its work on Thursday, May 3, it concluded one of the most conservative sessions in the state's history. GOP lawmakers—who held a two-thirds majority in both the Senate and the House of Representatives—created new barriers to…

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