Rally against 'Secure the Border Act' at Arizona State Capitol

A rally against the Secure the Border Act took place in front of the Capital on Saturday. While Republicans are working to put the measure in front of voters during the November elections, protesters say the bill is racist and unconstitutional.

Abortion in AZ: Gov. Hobbs signs ban repeal bill

A chapter in the battle over abortion in Arizona has come to an end, as Governor Katie Hobbs signed a bill that repeals a near-total ban on the procedure in Arizona. The now-repealed ban can trace its roots back to the 1860s, before Arizona was even a state.

Gov. Hobbs vetoes Ten Commandments classroom bill

Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs vetoed two Republican-backed education bills. SB 1151 would have allowed the Ten Commandments to be displayed and read in classrooms. Critics say it imposes religion upon students, while supporters say they're important values to teach to children. SB 1097 would have required candidates for Arizona's school boards to run with party designations.

Gov. Hobbs on AZ Supreme Court abortion ruling

Governor Katie Hobbs speaks about the Arizona Supreme Court ruling on April 9 that the state can enforce its long-dormant law criminalizing all abortions except when a mother's life is at stake.

Gov. Hobbs celebrates growing Arizona economy

Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs recognized reduced inflation rates and more than 80,000 jobs created in 2023. She says Arizona is fourth in the nation in job growth and says the state has become a great place for businesses and workers due to key investments.

Katie Hobbs endorses Ruben Gallego for U.S. Senate

Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs has endorsed Democratic Congressman Ruben Gallego for U.S. Senate. Gallego is running for the seat currently held by Independent Senator Kyrsten Sinema, who announced last week she will not seek re-election. The leading Republican candidates in the Senate race are Kari Lake and Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb.

Hobbs urges legislature to pass contraception bill

Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs is urging members of the legislature to pass the Right to Contraception Act. Hobbs joined other lawmakers on March 7 to share their concerns over the future of in vitro fertilization (IVF) and contraception.