Brnovich sues Prop 127 campaign over political ads
Claiming he's been defamed, Attorney General Mark Brnovich is suing the backers of the Proposition 127 campaign for telling what he said are lies about him.
Prop. 127 will divert money from schools in name of idealism
Voting “No” on Proposition 127 won’t stop the expansion of renewable energy in Arizona, but it will protect our schools from more mandates that take money away from classrooms where our children are trying to learn. And, that makes Arizona a better place – for kids and for Arizona’s future.
Prop 127 triggers record-setting spending
California billionaireTom Steyer has spent more than $18 million so far in his bid to convince Arizonans to support a constitutional mandate that half of all electricity come from renewable sources by 2030.
Brnovich, Contreras debate on cases AG has taken
Attorney General Mark Brnovich found himself defending the decisions he made to challenge various federal laws, challenges that his Democrat foe said Wednesday worked against the interests of average Arizonans.
Prop 127 supporters target Brnovich for blitz of negative ads
Supporters of a renewable energy ballot measure have opened up a new front in their bid to get it approved: an expensive attack on Attorney General Mark Brnovich.
Public health advocates campaign for Prop 127
Public health advocates urged voters Tuesday to support a renewable energy mandate on the November ballot even though not one of them could say how much of a difference it actually would make in ground-level air pollution.
Yes or no, ballot measure tricky vote
It seems a bit out of Alice in Wonderland. But if you support the goals of those who put Proposition 305 on the ballot -- opposition to expansion of vouchers -- you have to vote "no'' in November.
Ducey: Law he signed meant to undermine Prop 127 victory
It ultimately may not matter if Arizonans vote in November to require utilities to generate more of their electricity from renewable sources.
Prospective owner, operator of Navajo coal plant end pursuit
Two companies that were negotiating to take over a coal-fired power plant on the Arizona-Utah line ended the effort Thursday, saying the challenges were too great.
Corporation Commission candidates debate renewable energy initiative
Democrat Sandra Kennedy said Thursday there would be no need for voters to impose a renewable energy mandate if state utility regulators would do their job.
AG’s office changes wording on Prop 127 ballot
A key aide to Attorney General Mark Brnovich altered language of the ballot description of Proposition 127 that the state's top elections officer called "eyebrow raising'' and the lawyer for initiative organizers said is designed to help Arizona Public Service convince voters to reject it.
Supreme Court upholds ruling to allow energy measure to go to ballot
Arizonans are going to get a chance to decide whether they want to require utilities in the state to produce more of their power from renewable sources.