Governor’s staff to IRC: No special session for extra funding
The Governor’s Office said it doesn’t believe a special session is needed to provide more funding to the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission, which warned that it won’t have enough money to pay its legal bills through the end of the year and may sue if it can’t get more money before January.
Redistricting Commission expects to run out of money in December, could sue for funding
The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission staff warned that the commission expects to run out of money in December and may sue for more funding.
3-judge panel to hear 2nd redistricting challenge
Three federal judges have been appointed to hear a constitutional challenge to the state’s redistricting commission process.
Democrat officially joins beleaguered redistricting commission
The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission once again has five members after Democrat Cid Kallen was sworn in today at the Secretary of State’s office.
13 apply for redistricting panel vacancy
Thirteen people have applied to fill a vacant Democratic seat on the state’s five-person redistricting commission to replace a commissioner who suddenly resigned in May.
Democratic redistricting commissioner resigns
Democratic commissioner Jose Herrera unexpectedly resigned from the state’s five-person Independent Redistricting Commission today.
Brewer OKs extra redistricting commission funds
Gov. Jan Brewer has signed a bill providing yet another supplemental appropriation for the commission that drew up new legislative and congressional districts following the 2010 Census.
Final briefs filed in redistricting lawsuit
Attorneys for the Independent Redistricting Commission and Republican voters filed their final written briefs Wednesday in a lawsuit to determine whether Arizona’s legislative map should be redrawn.
Redistricting chairwoman explains shredded documents, vote corralling
Testifying in federal court, Colleen Mathis finally had her chance to give a direct explanation for events that, over the past two years, have been woven into a full-blown conspiracy theory by Arizona Republicans.
Judges hear GOP redistricting map challenge
Federal judges hearing a civil suit brought by Republican voters who claim the state’s new legislative maps were illegally drawn to benefit Democrats questioned lawyers Friday about whether some members of the commission that made the maps were free of political influence.
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