Quantcast
Home / Featured News / Action lacking despite opportunities to improve Arizona’s lobbyist reporting system

Action lacking despite opportunities to improve Arizona’s lobbyist reporting system

From lobbyists to lawmakers to advocacy groups, reactions to flaws in Arizona lobbying reports reflect an image of a system that needs to be improved.

Some proposals for how to improve the system have emerged, but any agreement on the solutions, not to mention the political will to enact them, still eludes lawmakers two years after the Fiesta Bowl lobbying scandal roped in dozens of politicians, top bowl officials and a handful of lobbyists.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

 

x

Check Also

Chris Deschene (AP Photo)

Navajo presidential election a political cliffhanger (access required)

The 2014 Navajo Nation presidential election has been rocked over a requirement that presidential candidates speak the Navajo language fluently. Chris Deschene, one of the two general election nominees, has been challenged for his admittedly limited language proficiency. In recent weeks, attention to it — and voter rolls — on the Navajo Reservation has grown.

/* code for tag simpli.fi */