The state turned 100 this year, but the unofficial “face” of Arizona’s House of Representatives is only turning 82. It’s warm, kind and famously smiling and it belongs atop the tiny frame of Zoe Spinner, a receptionist at the House information desk and recently retired 25-year veteran of the state Capitol.Read More »
Monthly Archives: May 2012
Arizona's redistricting commission is asking a federal court to toss out a Republican lawsuit challenging new legislative districts approved by the commission for use in elections.Read More »
A lawsuit filed by public interest law firms on behalf of homeowners tries to block Arizona from using part of a foreclosure settlement to help balance the next state budget.Read More »
Arizona may expand its fledgling medical marijuana program even as state officials are still moving to implement a key part of the law approved by voters two years ago.Read More »
The Department of Justice and Rep. Ben Arredondo’s attorneys plan to keep the evidence against the indicted Tempe lawmaker secret to protect ongoing investigations.
The two sides have asked a federal judge to sign off on their agreement to keep evidence from going public.
Salmon unveiled his first television ad this week, which began airing on Fox News in the East Valley on Monday.Read More »
A frightening symptom is caused by a major systematic problem – that’s true in medicine, and it’s true in politics.Read More »
Maricopa County officials have approved spending up to $4 million to cover post-conviction appeals for defendants facing the death penalty.Read More »
Sen. John McCain will be influencing future international leaders at Arizona State University.Read More »
Republican Jesse Kelly and Democrat Ron Barber clashed on Social Security, the health care overhaul and taxes during a Wednesday evening debate in the race for a U.S. House seat formerly held by Democrat Gabrielle Giffords.Read More »