Arizona Supreme Court

Covid, workers' compensation, Court of Appeals,
Sep 22, 2023

Court rules employee who contracts Covid on job entitled to benefits

An employee who contracts Covid on the job is entitled to benefits under the state's workers' compensation, the state Court of Appeals has ruled. And his survivor is entitled to benefit if the disease kills him.

Lake, Hobbs, campaigns, governor, donations, fundraising, Trump, Cyber Ninjas, Senate, PACs, Ducey
Sep 11, 2023

Lake supporters launching new effort to void her loss

Less than a month after having his claim rebuffed by the Arizona Supreme Court, Kari Lake supporters are mounting a new effort to void her loss in the 2022 gubernatorial election.

Hobbs, county attorneys, abortion, Planned Parenthood,
Sep 1, 2023

Toma and Petersen claim doctors have no legal right to challenge abortion ban

Arizona's top two Republican lawmakers say doctors have no legal right to challenge a 2021 ban the GOP-controlled Legislature enacted on abortions due to fetal abnormalities because they aren't saying they intend to violate it.

Hamadeh, court, Mayes
Aug 24, 2023

Arizona Supreme Court rules against attorney seeking to void 2022 election

The state's high court has tossed out a bid to void the results of the entire 2022 election.

condominium, Arizona Supreme Court, couple, court of appeals
Aug 21, 2023

Couple forced from condominium taking fight to court

Jie Cao and Haining “Frazer” Xia did not want to leave their home. But after an investment company bought the majority of the units in the couple’s condominium complex and voted to sell the unwilling remaining residents' units to themselves, Cao and Xia were forced out. 

Aug 18, 2023

Attorney asks court for redo of 2022 election

A Scottsdale attorney who is a supporter of Kari Lake is asking the Arizona Supreme Court to void not just the results of the race for governor she lost but the entire 2023 election statewide.

Aug 17, 2023

GOP leaders enter Hamadeh fray over vote count

As attorney general candidate Abe Hamadeh seeks to send his failed motion for a new trial directly to the Arizona Supreme Court, he’s met with stark opposition from the sitting attorney general and the secretary of state, and veiled support from the legislative leaders. 

Hamadeh, court, Mayes
Aug 16, 2023

Evicted: How our American Dream became an Arizona nightmare

For my wife and me, this isn’t about the money. It’s about principle. We want our home back. More than anything, we want Arizona to stop allowing this abuse of power under which so many are being taken advantage of.  

Hobbs, county attorneys, abortion, Planned Parenthood,
Aug 8, 2023

Organizations launch bid to try to put abortion rights in Constitution

A coalition of organizations is launching a bid to put the right to abortion in the Arizona Constitution.

Hamadeh, Mayes, election contest, Mohave County
Aug 4, 2023

Hamadeh asks court to order new trial in his bid to overturn AG race

Claiming legal errors and improper government interference, Abe Hamadeh is asking the Arizona Supreme Court to order that he be given a new trial in his bid to overturn the race for attorney general.

Lake, Hobbs, election, governor
Jul 26, 2023

Lake can’t jump the line in her attempt to overturn her loss to Hobbs

Kari Lake isn't going to get to jump the line in her bid to overturn her loss of the gubernatorial race to Katie Hobbs.

Mayes, Horne, vouchers, ESAs, parents, students
Jul 24, 2023

Mayes warns parents removing children from public schools for voucher program could victimize them

The state's top prosecutor is warning parents that pulling their children out of public schools to take advantage of the new universal voucher program could make them the victims of bias, with no legal recourse.