A group of Arizona lawyers sent Senate president Karen Fann and her team of election auditors a warning that their plans to knock on voters’ doors violate a bevy of state and federal laws — including one passed because of the Ku Klux Klan.
Sambo “Bo” Dul wasn’t born in a democracy.
From a young age, Mike Liburdi knew he either wanted to work in politics or make a living as a pilot. In the end, he choose law school, the more pragmatic option, that would propel him into Arizona politics.
A federal appellate court has agreed to decide whether Arizona’s 33,000 prisoners can be in a lawsuit alleging that prison healthcare and confinement conditions amount to cruel and unusual punishment.