US Supreme Court

The Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that a lesbian woman who is divorcing her spouse is entitled to equal parental rights under the U.S. Constitution, even though a state law doesn't recognize those rights.

Mark Brnovich

Attorneys general in 20 Republican states are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to allow the release of videos made by an anti-abortion group whose leaders are facing felony charges in California for recording people without permission.

Washington Post

Thirty-four men serving life sentences in Arizona for killings committed when they were juveniles can now argue that they should one day be freed from prison.

Ross D. Franklin/Associated Press

Voters who sued the commission that re-drew Arizona's congressional and legislative district maps won't appeal a ruling throwing out their case.

Arizona Capitol Times

The U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday reinstated an Arizona law that makes it a felony to collect early ballots, dealing a blow to Democratic get out the vote efforts just days before the presidential election.

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