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Topic - Jan Brewer
Kansas legislators are finished considering new legal protections this year for those who oppose gay marriage on religious grounds but will debate the issue in 2015, the state Senate's top leader said Thursday.
A few key Republican senators joined with Democrats on Wednesday to defeat a bill that would have prohibited Arizona from using a set of educational standards known nationally as Common Core.
A veteran Arizona lawmaker who was a vocal critic of a bill that touched off a national debate over discrimination came out as gay on Wednesday, saying "I wanted to let everyone know I am gay, I'm a Latino and I'm a state senator and it's OK."
A bill allowing warrantless, surprise inspections at Arizona abortion clinics was approved along party lines by the Republican-controlled state House of Representatives on Tuesday.
An Arizona bill that would prohibit the state from using a set of educational standards known across the U.S. as Common Core has received initial approval.
Respecting the rights of all often requires a delicate balance. Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona lost her balance last week and vetoed legislation that would have protected businessmen from being forced to compromise their religious beliefs.
A Mississippi House panel on Tuesday changed and passed a bill that says state and local government cannot put a substantial burden on religious practices.
Gov. Jan Brewer is asking that state flags be lowered until sunset Tuesday and again on the day of his burial to honor a Phoenix police officer fatally wounded in a shootout with a suspect.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has rationalized her veto of a bill designed to protect freedom of conscience and religious liberty in her state with the excuse that the measure could have been misused as an instrument of discrimination.
A Mississippi House panel will decide Tuesday whether to kill a religious-practices bill or keep it alive with or without changes.
Sen. Marco Rubio flexed his political and diplomatic muscles this weekend, wading into the Arizona debate that pitted gay rights versus religious freedoms to issue a rather wishy-washy summary: We've got to do something.
A team assigned to review nearly 6,600 child abuse and neglect reports that weren't investigated by Arizona child welfare officials says most of those children now have been seen by investigators.
As a gay conservative woman, I supported Arizona's religious freedom bill, which was just vetoed this week by Gov. Jan Brewer.
A business' religion-based refusal to serve someone who is homosexual is not only an exercise of a right guaranteed under the First Amendment, but an implicit critique of the homosexual lifestyle. The latter, I suspect, is at the heart of the pressure that influenced Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer to veto Arizona's religious freedom bill ("Brewer veto backs gay rights over Arizona business's religious rights," Page 1, Feb 27.).
A group known as the Center for Arizona Policy usually gets its way in the Republican-controlled Arizona Legislature, pushing through anti-abortion bills and social policy embraced by conservative Christians.
Arizona Republican Gov. Jan Brewer arrives at a news conference to announce she has vetoed SB1062, a bill designed to give added protection from lawsuits to people who assert their religious beliefs in refusing service to gays, at the Arizona Capitol on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014, in Phoenix.
the state's Republican governor, Jan Brewer, announced that she had vetoed the measure.