Workers in northern Arizona have begun paving a road on the
Navajo Nation that will provide a temporary
route around a section of US Highway 89, south of Page, which has been
closed due to a landslide.
Voting rights advocates
praised the Supreme Court’s decision that struck down an Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship
when registering to vote. The high court ruled that the state cannot require
additional documents beyond what a federal form calls for.
Governor Jan Brewer said she is glad the political fight over Medicaid expansion is finally over. The governor signed legislation Monday that adds 300,000 low-income people to state Medicaid under the federal Affordable Health Care Act.
The United States Supreme Court ruled today on a case from Arizona that could impact elections around the country. The court found Arizona cannot impose its own requirements on federal voter registration forms.