Source: Anti-Horne group settles lawsuit
The Arizona Public Integrity Alliance has reportedly settled with Horne following the lawsuit he filed against the non-profit a week ago over a television ad that focuses on his alleged campaign finance violations.
Thousands of child abuse cases uninvestigated
DES Director Clarence Carter dropped a bombshell today, revealing that CPS left 6,000 cases of potential child abuse uninvestigated since 2009.
Jim Click: What slate?
Tucson auto dealer and Republican financier Jim Click flatly dismissed recent rumors that a cabal of dealmakers that includes him and Steve Twist is organizing a slate of statewide candidates for next year’s GOP primary or that a recent email he sent, in which he lists the statewide candidates he supports, is part of a concerted effort on behalf of those candidates to clear the field.
Horne sues group running critical ads
Horne on Friday filed a lawsuit in Maricopa County Superior Court against the Arizona Public Integrity Alliance, a 501(c)(4) that is running ads on cable television lambasting Horne for the campaign finance allegations against him. Bennett spokesman Matt Roberts said Horne’s attorney, Sandra Slaton, also filed a complaint against the ad with the secretary of state’s office.
Elephants on parade
The Republican Governors Association will hold its annual conference at The Phoenician Resort on Wednesday and Thursday.
Define victory, please
While the prevailing sentiment is that APS spectacularly failed in their campaign to reduce a key solar incentive, a closer scrutiny yields a more measured victory for solar rooftop firms, and perhaps even a partial win for APS.
Can’t we all just get along?
After forcefully resisting the idea of altering the current net metering scheme, the rooftop solar industry today surprised commissioners by joining with RUCO to make a compromise offer.
Under the big top
The net metering debate is reaching its crescendo, as the Corp Comm hunkered down today to formally sift through the arguments from both sides and take public comment on the issue.
Guess who’s running for governor?
Bennett formally kicked off his campaign for governor today with a three-city tour across the state, starting in Tucson, working his way up to Phoenix and ending in Prescott.
Navigating the non-profit daisy chain
With the California investigation into the actions of two Phoenix-based non-profits over, details are emerging about how they came to be involved in a pair of Golden State ballot measures.
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