Adams to step down Thursday
House members will be coming to the floor Thursday to elect a new speaker as Kirk Adams, R-Mesa,will be soon stepping down from his position.
Jim Small talks about Brewer’s tall stack of bills to either sign or veto
Yellow Sheet Report editor Jim Small discusses the near 200 bills that the Legislature sent to Brewer during the last two days of the session.
Brewer again rejects legislative control over federal dollars
In what may be her least surprising vetoes of the year, Gov. Jan Brewer continued the annual rite of striking down legislation that would give the Legislature control of billions of dollars in federal funds that flow through the Governor’s Office.
Brewer signs bill containing deal between cities and builders on impact fees
Gov. Jan Brewer on Tuesday signed legislation that contains a deal that cities and homebuilders struck that governs how impact fees are calculated, collected and used.
Shadow group trying to oust Morrissey
An anonymous group of Republicans is asking Morrissey to step down as Republican Party chairman by Monday, or face a public campaign to recall him.
Brewer signs bill targeting union paycheck deductions
Gov. Jan Brewer has signed a bill meant to prevent labor unions from using members’ dues for political activities.
Brewer wants Guard’s stay at border extended
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has asked President Barack Obama to extend the National Guard’s stay at the state’s border with Mexico instead of ending the deployment in two months.
Coppertown: Life in Bagdad, Ariz.
The Bagdad Freeport-McMoRan copper mine dominates both the landscape and the town’s collective psyche. Its fate determines whether the town is doing well or poorly. This is the quintessential company town — one where the company owns all the houses and businesses — and it exists expressly to serve the mine.
Goddard rips SB1070 in Washington
Former Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard says Arizona’s immigration enforcement law has been an albatross for the state.
Judge: Arpaio’s deputies illegally stopped two Hispanics during raid
A federal judge ruled Monday that deputies violated the rights of two men who were detained during one of the workplace raids the Phoenix area’s controversial sheriff uses to enforce immigration laws.
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