Herb Guenther is stepping aside as head of the Department of Water Resources, but the longtime director will stay on board as adviser.Read More »
Two-time Arizona Democratic Party Chairman Don Bivens will step aside and offer his support to Andrei Cherny to become the next leader of the party.Read More »
Despite budget-busting deficits, rampant unemployment and looming showdowns with the federal government, Gov. Jan Brewer brimmed with confidence as she took her oath of office Jan. 3.Read More »
Denver-based law and lobbying firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck has lured away three of Fennemore Craig's top people, marking its second talent-grab since announcing the opening of a new office in Phoenix last month.Read More »
With his term in office ending and the attorney general's race behind him, outgoing Rep. David Lujan is joining a new law firm set to open in Arizona and Indiana.Read More »
She may have inherited the state and all its problems in 2009, but in 2010, make no mistake about it — this was Jan Brewer’s Arizona.
2010 was Gov. Jan Brewer's year, but here's a list of the five other most significant people in Arizona politics this year.Read More »
Mark Schnepf and Stephen Sossaman may be surprised to learn that their resignations from the pool of applicants for the next Independent Redistricting Commission won’t end their involvement or the drama surrounding it.Read More »
The 2011 legislative session will begin a few days early for two Arizona lawmakers who will be in Washington D.C. for the unveiling of legislation intended to end birthright citizenship.Read More »
The U.S. Census Bureau confirmed what local politicos had long expected, that Arizona will gain a ninth congressional seat.
But states with far less growth grabbed new seats that Arizona hoped would be its tenth.