Reliable energy. Without the former, there is no assurance of the latter. Arizona is fortunate to have both, largely due to a long-standing and proven regulatory apparatus that promotes dependable energy sustainability, while protecting consumers against predatory companies. At first ...Read More »
Lobbyist Bas Aja’s name is synonymous with the cattle industry in Arizona. And now, he’s a part of the next chapter in Arizona agriculture history.Read More »
Josselyn Berry is the 28-year-old executive director of ProgressNow Arizona, an advocacy group that she said aims to hold all politicians, regardless of party affiliation, accountable, while simultaneously pushing back on “right-wing messaging” within the state.Read More »
Tax filings by the conservative nonprofit organization American Encore confirm that Doug Ducey’s longtime ally Sean Noble was at the center of the multimillion-dollar dark money campaign that helped get him elected.Read More »
Three women with collective decades of experience in public policy and law launched their own firms, filling in unique niches in the policy landscape.Read More »
Following a barrage of criticism, an opinion by Attorney General Mark Brnovich that allowed officials to use public resources on election topics has been withdrawn.Read More »
An opinion by Attorney General Mark Brnovich allows elected officials to spend taxpayer dollars to influence elections as long as they’re not explicitly advocating for voters to cast ballots a particular way.Read More »
In a company blog, the chief of Arizona’s largest utility company lashed out at the political advocacy arm of residential solar companies and highlighted the Arizona Corporation Commission candidates the group is supporting.Read More »
Authorities search for new ideas in the face of an ongoing crisis
Some lawmakers say Child Protective Services needs more money. Others say it should become its own agency, separate from the Department of Economic Security. Another cautions against “reactionary legislation” that won’t really solve anything.
Specter of anonymous campaign spending looms over 2014
Next year’s elections are shaping up like 2012 — organizations with generic names, big checkbooks and secret contributors spending millions to influence Arizona’s elections.