Crucial or crazy, Prop. 120 is the talk of northern Arizona
Rep. Chester Crandell said he was surprised when the first question of the Oct. 2 Clean Elections debate of Legislative District 6 candidates was on Proposition 120, the ballot measure he sponsored and is advocating.
Prop. 121 supporters launch first ad
Supporters of an initiative to create a “top-two” primary election system in Arizona are hitting the airwaves with the first television ad in the Proposition 121 campaign.
Prop. 204’s new TV ad pushes back against “special interest” label
Proponents of the initiative to permanently keep a 1-cent sales tax hike are aggressively pushing back against the charge that it’s conceived and drafted by “special interests” that will reap the benefits if voters approved the measure this November.
Money keeps pouring in for Prop. 204 “yes” and “no” campaigns
The initiative to maintain a one-penny tax for schools got another financial boost this week, when it received $250,000 from the National Education Association, the campaign reported today.
Prolife group claims Prop. 204 money could go to abortion providers
Arizona’s most influential prolife advocacy group is opposing an initiative that raises money for schools, claiming the measure’s language is vague and could funnel hundreds of millions of dollars to abortion providers.
Prop. 204 opponents show they complied with finance laws
The opposition to the initiative to keep a 1-cent sales tax increase has produced copies of two checks and proof of an online payment transfer to show it complied with reporting requirements mandated by campaign finance laws.
Supporters: Proposition 118 would stabilize trust land payouts to schools
A fund fed by selling and leasing state trust land is supposed to provide contributions each year to public schools and a dozen lesser beneficiaries. But the results of late have been far from reliable, including no contribution in fiscal 2010.
Proposition 114 would bar felons’ lawsuits against victims
Crime victims shouldn’t have to worry that they may be sued by those who commit felonies against them, supporters of Proposition 114 argue.
Sales tax debate turns to online revenues
Supporters of the one-cent tax portray it as the antidote to lawmakers’ antipathy toward cash-starved schools, but critics claim its success will come at the expense of the state’s ability to bring in taxes from remote and Internet sales.
Proposition 117 seeks to limit increases in property valuation for taxes
Placing a 5 percent annual limit on how much the assessed value of properties can rise would shield owners from the kinds of spikes seen during the real estate bubble of the last decade, supporters of Proposition 117 say.
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