Still no budget 2 weeks after mass veto
Gov. Doug Ducey’s veto of 22 bills on May 28 to spur the Legislature into passing a budget before the fiscal year ends may have backfired.
Legalizing marijuana use will create jobs and new revenue
Guest columnist Lisa James’ fear-mongering commentary October 26 on why Proposition 207 is losing support has little basis in reality.
Recreational pot struggles in polls, low on funds
Polling data and an expensive media market paint a gloomy picture for legalizing recreational marijuana at the ballot this year.
Marijuana initiative can stay on ballot, court rules
Voters who signed petitions to legalize the recreational use of marijuana were not misled, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge James Smith ruled late Friday, and the measure can be on the ballot.
Campaign launches to oppose recreational marijuana ballot measure
The ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana has an opposition campaign, but the advocates trying to legalize it say their opposition made a rookie mistake.
CD8 results give Democrats confidence for midterm elections
The outlook of Democrats in the state got rosier on April 24 when the special election results in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District put the Republican candidate in the bright red district ahead by only 5 percentage points.
Lesko, Montenegro take spending lead in CD8 GOP primary
While a dozen Republicans are on the ballot for the special election primary in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District, campaign spending shows the field of viable candidates is far less crowded.