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Now that it is clear that those who pushed Arizona's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage are on the wrong side of history, they all better start thinking up what lame excuses they are going to be making. Their grandchildren’s generation is sure to ask questions. Read more»

The statue of Barry M. Goldwater will be displayed at the Arizona Capitol Museum before it’s shipped to Washington.

An 8-foot-tall bronze statue of late U.S. Sen. Barry M. Goldwater unveiled Monday will be displayed at the State Capitol before heading to Washington later this year to represent Arizona at the U.S. Capitol. Read more»

Sen. Adam Driggs, R-Phoenix, introduced a bill that would make playing fantasy sports for prizes legal under Arizona law. He says the current gambling law is vague on the subject.

The countless Arizonans who play fantasy football for prizes may no longer have to wonder whether they are breaking the law. A bill introduced by Sen. Adam Driggs, R-Phoenix, would legalize participation in fantasy sports, eliminating what he calls vague language in the current gambling law. Read more»

Chris Spiva, a former foster child, credits attending college with helping him transition successfully to adult life.

SB 1208, authored by Sen. Adam Driggs, R-Phoenix, would create a five-year pilot program to provide tuition waiver scholarships for current and former foster children at state’s public universities and community colleges. Read more»