What leads to gun threats in school, other top news

April 17, 2024    

What’s behind gun threats in Arizona schools? Emotional distress, bullying top the list

All it took was losing a game of trivia. 

Arizona lawmakers appear poised to try to overturn 1864 abortion ban. But will it happen?

 They may have to get past activists who favor keeping the law. Arizona Right to Life has asked its members to greet lawmakers as they arrive at the Capitol. The organization has also scheduled a prayer vigil for 8:15 a.m. Democrat leaders in the Senate are filing an ethics complaint against two GOP leaders in the chamber for what they call a violation of rules during an attempt April 10 to repeal the pre-statehood ban on abortion. 

SCOTUS to discuss Kari Lake, Mark Finchem machine voting lawsuit. What happens next?

The court set the duo’s case for its conference schedule on Friday, when the justices will discuss cases and vote on which to add to their calendar. 

Budget deficit estimate shrinks, but still is $1.3 billion

There’s a bit of good news as negotiations on state spending between GOP leaders and Gov. Katie Hobbs have begun in earnest: The state’s projected budget deficit is about $400 million less than it was three months ago, thanks to an uptick in revenue.

Hobbs vetoes Republican anti-trans, Ten Commandments in schools bills

A slew of Republican bills, including those that would have allowed discrimination against transgender people and would have given public school teachers a green light to post the Ten Commandments in their classrooms, were vetoed by Gov. Katie Hobbs on Tuesday.

 Arizona’s long-COVID rate is higher than the national average and Hispanics experience symptoms at a higher rate than other groups

 Andrew Archer has been recovering from COVID-19 for almost four years.

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