Horne’s court filing against the IRC commissioners he says are stonewalling his investigation could settle a lot more than whether three commissioners will have to talk to the AG’s office.Read More »
Mental health providers in Maricopa County are trying to figure out how to cope with a new round of rate cuts that are ultimately being passed down to them from the cash-strapped state, which is asking them to continue providing the same level of service for less money.Read More »
Members of Arizona's redistricting commission faced new allegations Thursday as the state attorney general said the panel's chair reportedly destroyed documents and Democrats filed a complaint asking for an investigation of a Republican commissioner.Read More »
The Department of Defense is extending the deployment of 1,200 National Guard troops in Arizona and other states that border Mexico for an additional 90 days.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer is launching an education initiative that includes a plan with goals for improving student achievement and a website to convey information to the public.Read More »
Arizona's redistricting commission meets Thursday in Tempe, with an agenda including items ranging from work on new maps to discussing how to respond to an inquiry by the state Attorney General's Office.Read More »
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer will speak in Arkansas next month at a state Republican Party dinner.Read More »
One of Arizona’s redistricting commissioners told Attorney General Tom Horne that the commission’s chairwoman destroyed documents used to score mapping firms during a closed-door meeting.
Sen. Scott Bundgaard is lobbying for the removal of the chairman of the Senate Ethics Committee, a clear attempt to push back as he faces a potential ethics inquiry over a roadside fight with his ex-girlfriend.
Bundgaard’s attorney, James Austin Woods, told Senate President Russell Pearce in a letter Tuesday that the Peoria Republican wouldn’t get a fair hearing if Sen. Ron Gould remains the panel’s chairman.
Arizona's attorney general on Wednesday accused three members of the state's redistricting commission of stonewalling an investigation of possible open meeting law violations that he said reportedly include private one-on-one talks between the chairwoman and other members before a key vote.Read More »