LGBT groups seek to expand anti-discrimination strategies
The gay rights movement is going to try to parlay 2014 successes in the courts and Legislature into outlawing discrimination statewide.
Center for Arizona Policy spending ‘dark money’ in legislative races
The Center for Arizona Policy, the powerful evangelical Christian organization that was the driving force behind this year’s religious discrimination bill, SB1062, is activating its own corporate “dark money” group to support and oppose candidates for public office.
Brewer: Arizona should consider anti-discrimination laws for gays
Gov. Jan Brewer said it may be time to consider extending the state’s civil rights laws to gays.
Failed top-two primary measure had most support among independent voters
Had voters passed the Open Elections/Open Government measure, proponents argued that the result would have been less-radical ideologues being elected and a looser grip by political parties on elected offices.