Attorney General Tom Horne is back in court again fighting to keep a Mexican American Studies program out of the Tucson Unified School District.Read More »
Yearly Archives: 2012
Authorities say they're investigating a small explosion that happened at the back entrance of a Social Security Administration office in a small town about 50 miles south of Phoenix.Read More »
In an email, Brewer spokesman Matthew Benson said the governor is defending Arizona’s laws, which limit access to public benefits to people who are “lawfully present” in the US.Read More »
The website for the 57th Presidential Inauguration tells people who want tickets to contact their senator or representative in the 113th Congress.
That assumes you can find your representative and he has an office, someone to answer the phone or even an official website.
Arizona must seriously examine its election system to avoid becoming the next Florida, circa 2000. With this in mind, Secretary of State Ken Bennett rightly recommended overhauling Arizona’s elections system and working to reduce the number of provisional ballots.Read More »
The controversy over a secretive nonprofit’s funding of two ballot measure committees put a renewed focus on campaign finance disclosure this year.Read More »
Election Day dragged on for two weeks before the final ballot was counted in Arizona, highlighting the challenges that elections officials face.Read More »
A review of the final 2012 election results reveals the projections for the newly redrawn congressional districts were mostly accurate.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer’s decision to forgo a state-based health insurance exchange headed off a potential battle in the Legislature, but that fight may not be over for good.Read More »
A coalition of civil rights groups today sued Gov. Jan Brewer over her decision to preclude young illegal immigrants who have been granted relief from deportation from getting an Arizona driver license.Read More »