Arizona Legislature ends session after an all-nighter - Tucson News Now

Arizona Legislature ends session after an all-nighter

PHOENIX (KOLD/AP) - The Arizona Legislature has concluded its current session after pulling an all-nighter.

Lawmakers began their effort to finish the session on Tuesday morning and worked throughout the night.

The session began Jan. 10.

The conclusion of the session came fairly early this year.

Last year, lawmakers finished their session in April and two years ago they completed it in July.

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