Arizonans to watch in the next decade
Here are 14 Arizonans, whose professions range from the political to business sectors, to keep an eye in the next ten years.
2010 predictions: Political races, payday loans, racinos, taxes, immigration on tap
It doesn’t take a crystal ball to divine that the budget will be the dominant issue at the Capitol in 2010. But what about Gov. Jan Brewer’s chances for re-election, the partisan split in the Legislature after the election and whether the Cardinals will return to the Super Bowl?
Nobody really knows. But almost everyone has an opinion.
Weirdest of 2009: Prostitutes, dangerous stairwells and locked-in lobbyists
There is no doubt that 2009 will go down in the annals of history as one of the most unusual years in Arizona political history. But, even in a year that saw lawmakers meet through the dog days of summer and still not have a balanced state budget, there were events that stood out as the craziest of the crazy.
Courts busy in 2009, but definitive rulings sparse
In 2009, the Arizona Supreme Court issued almost three-dozen opinions on public endeavors ranging from the death penalty to legislative redistricting, access to public records and the extent of the Attorney General’s power to fight illegal immigration.
Issues that shaped 2009
Beset by fiscal crisis, legislative gridlock and political infighting, 2009 wasn’t the best of years for Arizona.
The year opened with the state facing a massive budget crisis, and it ended with state leaders still searching for a solution. Jan Brewer was sworn in as governor to great Republican fanfare, only to have much of the party turn against her as she touted a tax hike as the only way to balance the budget.
As Arizonans warily await the new year, here’s a look back at the top 10 issues that shaped 2009.
Most influential Arizonans of the decade
When Arizonans rang in the new millennium back in 2000, most knew next to nothing about a woman named Janet Napolitano.
And while John McCain wasn’t new to anyone in the Grand Canyon state, the rest of the country was just beginning to meet him.
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