Outlaw Dirty Money

Apr 23, 2020

Ballot measure groups file fundraising, spending reports – weed leads

Backers of an effort to legalize adult-use marijuana have raised abundantly more funds than their opposition, and are burning money faster than a skinny joint.

Mar 26, 2020

Coronavirus puts brakes on signature gathering for ballot measures

Initiatives face a strong possibility of not collecting enough signatures to land on the November ballot with the COVID-19 becoming widespread, and the latest projections of cases could mean a shelter-in-place policy is coming.

The Arizona Supreme Court from left are Robert Brutinel, John Lopez, John Pelander, Scott Bales, Andrew Gould, Clint Bolick, Ann Scott Timmer.
Nov 22, 2018

Justices: Subpoenaed petition circulators must show for court

The Arizona Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of a legal tactic used by those seeking to keep voter-proposed laws off the ballot.

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Aug 22, 2018

‘Dark money’ initiative comes up short in signatures

The question of whether voters get to outlaw "dark money'' will depend on what judges think of the signatures collected.

Aug 20, 2018

‘Dark money,’ renewable energy ballot measures in court

The question of whether voters get to decide whether to outlaw ``dark money'' could depend on whether a judge voids a law that throws a hurdle in the path of initiative organizers.

Nov 29, 2017

Group seeking ‘dark money’ ban tries to ride wave of momentum

Outlaw Dirty Money, a campaign led by former attorney general Terry Goddard, wants to let Arizonans vote on a constitutional amendment to ban “dark money,” the term given to campaign dollars spent by groups who don’t disclose the source of their money.