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Topic - Tom Horne
Minority groups in Arizona are pushing back against a state law that forbids abortions based solely on the sex or race of the baby, saying it unfairly targets black and Asian women.
State law may not allow for same-sex marriages, but city council members in Bisbee, Ariz., couldn't care less.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne proposed a plan Wednesday to allow one educator in each school to carry a gun after receiving free firearms training from law enforcement.
Arizona Republicans declared victory Monday after the Supreme Court upheld the key provision of the state's immigration law requiring police to check the status of suspected illegal immigrants during a lawful stop.
More than $33 million worth of narcotics allegedly were smuggled through Arizona monthly.
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that Arizona overstepped its bounds with last year's immigration enforcement law, handing the Obama administration another victory as it tries to squelch states' efforts on immigration enforcement.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne, left, announces the indictments of 21 members of the Arizona Air National Guard, accusing eight officers and 13 enlisted men and women of falsifying records to fraudulently receive extra pay, during a news conference, as Air Force Brig. Gen. Michael T. McGuire, the Adjutant General of the Arizona National Guard, listens to the announcement on Monday Oct. 21, 2013, in Phoenix.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne, middle, announces the indictments of 21 members of the Arizona Air National Guard, accusing eight officers and 13 enlisted men and women of falsifying records to fraudulently receive extra pay, during a news conferencein Phoenix Monday, Oct. 21, 2012.