Justice

Appeals court rejects latest challenge to state’s ‘ballot harvesting’ law

WASHINGTON - Yet another legal challenge to Arizona's "ballot harvesting" law was shot down in federal court Wednesday when a panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals refused to overturn the law known as HB 2023 - what one critic dubbed the "you can't help your elderly and disabled neighbor vote law."

Attorney General: Mark Brnovich pledges to keep focus on consumer protection

If elected for a second term, Attorney General Mark Brnovich vows to continue to focus on consumer protection, which is what he focused on during his first term. His says his office has returned a “record amount of restitution” to Arizona consumers, upwards of $40 million.

Governor: David Garcia focuses on education

Democratic gubernatorial candidate David Garcia, whose top issue is improving public education, hopes to unseat incumbent Gov. Doug Ducey. He sat down with Cronkite News for a face-to-face interview about the issues, his qualifications and his favorite phone app.