GOP legislators to law enforcement on medical marijuana: Focus on the illegal clubs
The marijuana dispensary industry has new and unlikely allies in a dozen Republican lawmakers, some of whom only months ago supported bills seen as hostile to the industry.
The lawmakers’ message to law enforcement officials: Focus on illegal “clubs,’’ but let legal dispensaries operate within the law and without obstruction.
2 shuttered Snowflake power plants purchased by Senator Worsley
Two shuttered power plants near the small eastern Arizona town of Snowflake have been purchased by a company controlled by Arizona state Sen. Bob Worsley, sending an economic lifeline to the town hurt by the job losses associated with the shutdowns.
Keep the momentum moving forward
Over the past nearly six years, I’ve witnessed a system of care that is making progress. There are still aspects of the service delivery that I think need continued, focused work; but, much forward momentum has been achieved, and the people served are benefitting. The key point here is that things are moving in the right direction.
GOP crowns DuVal as likely Dem nominee
The primary election for governor is more than a year away, but the Arizona Republican Party is already training its fire on Fred DuVal.
A can-do attitude
Successful rowing teams send their racing crafts gliding efficiently through the water by trying to maintain perfect synchronicity with each other throughout each stroke. It is an all-around team effort.
It has been said in sports that winning isn’t everything – it’s the ONLY thing.
Agreement quantifies Arizona tribe’s water rights
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell is set to sign off on an agreement that will fund a water delivery system for the White Mountain Apache Tribe.
Is the Goldwater Institute in or out?
URAPC chairwoman Christine Bauserman wouldn’t tell our reporter yesterday who the group’s lawyers are, but she mentioned that the Goldwater Institute is considering defending them should the referendum be challenged in court.
Mesnard spurs drive to reconsider flat tax for Arizona
Two years after efforts at the Capitol to create a flat income tax rate in Arizona failed, a state representative wants to tackle the issue again with the hope of proposing legislation next year.
Obama and McCain: Washington’s newest odd couple
There was no conciliatory phone call, no heart-to-heart talk to soothe the tensions. No one knows exactly when President Barack Obama and Republican Sen. John McCain went from bitter rivals in the 2008 presidential campaign and foes over health care and national security to bipartisan partners.
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