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Nov 28, 2022

Losing GOP candidates seek evidence to turn election

Lawsuits don't match political rhetoric on election.

Aug 25, 2022

Arizona Supreme Court allows ballot measures to stand

Arizonans will be able to vote in November on two controversial ballot measures even though petition circulators did not comply with the law, the state Supreme Court ruled late Wednesday.

May 9, 2022

Supreme Court tosses effort to disqualify GOP candidates

The Arizona Supreme Court said three people allegedly involved in the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol can be on the 2022 ballot.

Apr 28, 2022

After court losses, ballot initiative backers regroup

As in most recent election years, Arizonans will probably get the chance to vote on several ballot initiatives this November, but this year’s measures come on the heels of court rulings that have blocked a pair of high-profile proposals. 

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Apr 19, 2022

Supreme Court hears challenge to ballot measure

An organization dedicated to limiting the size of government is asking the Arizona Supreme Court to prevent voters from getting the last word in November on a $1.9 billion tax cut.

Apr 11, 2022

Finchem, Biggs answer lawsuit to disqualify them from running for office

Attorneys for candidates for office are asking judges to throw out complaints that they can't legally run based on contentions they are guilty of insurrection for their role in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Dec 28, 2021

Cyber Ninjas not paying attorney

Cyber Ninjas’ attorney is seeking to drop out of two audit-related public records lawsuits, claiming his client stopped paying the bills. 

Dec 22, 2021

Judge sides with campaign to nix tax cut

Arizona voters have the legal right to review -- and override -- the $1.9 billion tax cut plan that mainly benefits the wealthy approved earlier this year by the Republican-controlled legislature, a judge ruled Wednesday. 

Dec 2, 2021

Court considers Senate records dispute

An attorney for the Senate warned the Court of Appeals Wednesday that if the judges force public disclosure of records related to the audit of the 2020 election it will undermine the ability of lawmakers to do their jobs. 

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Nov 19, 2021

Campaign to repeal tax cuts can go on ballot – for now

Arizonans are one step closer to being able to vote whether to repeal $1.9 billion of tax cuts that mainly benefit the wealthiest in the state. 

Nov 9, 2021

Court: Ninjas ‘playing with fire’

The Court of Appeals has rejected the latest bid by Cyber Ninjas to keep secret the records it has related to the audit of the 2020 election. 

Nov 6, 2021

Judge weighs tax cuts challenge

A judge is questioning whether she has the right to keep Arizona voters from getting the last word on whether to cut taxes for the state's most wealthy.