The Protect Your Right to Vote committee today announced they had collected more than 146,000 signatures in their quest to refer the election reform bill, HB2305, to the ballot.Read More »
In a sudden turn of events, the Arizona Corporation Commission today voted to end the discussion to open the state’s electricity market to competition.
But the commissioners left open looking into related issues, such as discussing technological innovations in delivering electricity.
Gov. Jan Brewer is following through on her promise to help out the Republican lawmakers who stood with her in the fight for Medicaid expansion.Read More »
The Equal Marriage Arizona initiative officially announced its campaign was dead on its Facebook page, ending an effort that had been dormant for almost a month.Read More »
Arizona’s energy regulators dug deep into the legal complications surrounding a proposal to open up the state’s electric market to competition.Read More »
The chairman of the Apache County Board of Supervisors told county attorneys they shouldn't start a legal battle over Sen. Carlyle Begay’s qualifications to hold office. Rep. Albert Hale claims that Begay has lived in Gilbert, not Ganado, for the last seven years, and therefore can't represent Apache County in the Arizona Senate.Read More »
A proposed ballot measure would effectively bar state and local governments from increasing spending across the board until its employee pension systems are adequately funded.Read More »
Governor’s Office closely monitored case of NBA star’s kin
The Governor’s Office took a keen interest in a case involving an NBA player’s half-brother after a group led by a prominent victim’s rights advocate complained about the Board of Executive Clemency and its chairman.
Arizona Rep. Matt Salmon says he's now against a resolution allowing the use of military force against Syria for using chemical weapons against its citizens.Read More »
U.S. Sen. John McCain plans town hall meetings in Phoenix and Tucson to discuss potential military action in Syria.Read More »