Arizona Capitol Times reporter Evan Wyloge talks about this past weekend's state GOP elections.Read More »
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From the pews of a north Phoenix church on Saturday, Arizona Republicans voted to give the reins of the state party’s power to a grass-roots Tea Party member.Read More »
Legislative leaders, who remember the confusion peculiar to being a new lawmaker, are working to help freshmen members begin working effectively as soon as possible, especially since they make up one-third of the House seats this year.Read More »
Arizona federal Judge Raner C. Collins will take over Arizona’s chief federal judge position, replacing John Roll, who was killed in the Jan. 8 mass shooting in Tucson.Read More »
The state Supreme Court has suspended two attorneys who practice in probate law for violating professional standards.Read More »
Hundreds of years ago, William Shakespeare turned comic relief into a literary device. In 2010, Jon Stewart effectively turned that device against Arizona, in what became nearly constant skewering.Read More »
Reducing taxes is attractive for those who pay and the GOP plan is good for business, bad for homeowners. Conceptually, it is very simple however: property tax revenue results from assessed valuations multiplied by tax rates.
The problem is the government spends money and then expects taxpayers to pay, similar to a spendthrift college student with a parent’s credit card.
Christopher Smith, a former Senate staff member and capitol lobbyist, died Saturday, Dec. 18 in Phoenix.Read More »
The Arizona Department of Health Services has released a 42-page draft of the rules that will dictate how the state’s medical marijuana program will operate.Read More »
The Arizona State Land Department will get to keep its staff and operations intact through the end of the fiscal year, following a ruling from the state Court of Appeals Wednesday.Read More »