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Five months of retirement was apparently enough for Burns, who yesterday filed paperwork to run for one of the three Corp Comm seats that will go before voters next year.Read More »
A “birther” bill here, a measure to allow guns on college campuses there. Arizona does produce more thoughtful and complex legislation, yet we still can’t shake the Donald Trump-levels of attention every time we do something that everybody else thinks is stupid.
But now the business community is launching an effort many believe will change all of that.
Not everyone has agreed with Gov. Jan Brewer’s characterization of TABOR as “an experiment that failed” in her veto of HB2707, and some advocates are bristling that Colorado is being used in that way.Read More »
After fighting for years, small-government advocates thought they had a victory as the Legislature passed HB2707, the so-called Taxpayer Bill of Rights measure that would place strict limits on how quickly government spending could increase.Read More »
Invest Arizona veto rattles supporters All signs pointed to approval, but bill’s divisiveness proved its undoing
Supporters of a bill that would have created massive property tax breaks for major business investments couldn’t have asked for more signs that Gov. Jan Brewer would stand with them.
As it turns out, they could’ve used a few more.
A string of vetoes is making some Republican legislators wonder if they should turn to Magic 8-Balls, tarot cards and tea leaves next session if they want to know what Gov. Jan Brewer will think of their bills.Read More »
Doctors and health care providers plan to rally Thursday at the State Capitol against immigration legislation.Read More »
Arizona continues to receive donations to pay for defending the state's SB1070 illegal immigration law, but no longer at a gushing flow.Read More »
The most-recent black eye for the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office has done little, if anything, to cause Republicans to distance themselves from Arpaio.Read More »