Johnnie Robinson submitted three signatures more than what was required to get him on the Democratic primary ballot in Arizona’s 7th Congressional District, but a challenge to Robinson’s candidacy filed today claims that at least 100 of the signatures he submitted were penned by the same person.Read More »
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An administrative law judge told Arizona Department of Health Services Director Will Humble today that Arizonans suffering from post-traumatic stress should be able to legally use medical marijuana to treat their symptoms.Read More »
Scott Fistler didn’t have much luck as a Republican candidate. He lost a 2012 write-in campaign against U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor, then a 2013 bid for a Phoenix city council seat now held by Laura Pastor, Ed’s daughter.
All that could change, though, just like Fistler’s name and party registration.
A legislative session doesn’t pass without the imprint of the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest.Read More »
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge has decided against clarifying the quantity of medical marijuana extracts that a patient can have under the state's medical marijuana law.Read More »
Arizona lawmakers approved spending thousands of dollars on an external audit of the maligned department of Child Protective Services, a prominent request by Senate President Andy Biggs as the Legislature anticipates a return to the Capitol in May to create a new child safety agency.Read More »
An eleventh-hour change to the state’s annual tax reconciliation bill marked the end of attempts to resolve through legislation a struggle over the way Arizona taxes — or exempts from taxation — leased rooftop solar panels. The move paves the way for a potential lawsuit to settle the matter.Read More »
Wendy Rogers, retired Air Force lieutenant colonel and Republican candidate for Arizona’s 9th Congressional District, raised $138,000 in the first quarter of 2014 to use in her bid to unseat incumbent Democrat Kyrsten Sinema.Read More »
The Arizona Legislature is poised to vote on a major expansion of a school voucher program giving parents state money to pay their children's private school tuition.Read More »
Arizona’s largest utility, Arizona Public Service, has expanded its scope of political involvement to include the election of another utility’s board of directors.Read More »