Supporters of ‘dark money’ spending abandon ‘conservative’ principles
As a Republican former Arizona governor, a Democratic former Arizona attorney general, and an independent Arizona businessman, we were proud to represent the broad political spectrum to stop anonymous political spending in our state. Voters in November approved Proposition 211 or the “Voters’ Right to Know Act," however opponents of the measure aren’t giving up.
Hobbs outspends Lake, outside money pours in
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs has outraised and outspent her Republican opponent Kari Lake in the governor’s race so far, financial statements filed over the weekend reveal.
Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates our country’s diversity
What does Hispanic Heritage Month mean to me? As the son of immigrants, it means I get to live in a country that not only acknowledges but celebrates diversity.
80 years later, Navajo Code Talker marks group’s early days
It's been 80 years since the first Navajo Code Talkers joined the Marines, transmitting messages using a code based on their then-unwritten native language to confound Japanese military cryptologists during World War II — and Thomas H. Begay, one of the last living members of the group, still remembers the struggle.
Arizonans join Roe v. Wade anniversary protest in D.C.
Bitter cold weather may have canceled the 5K run/walk and slightly decreased expected crowds, but it did little else to dampen the enthusiasm of the estimated hundreds of thousands at Wednesday’s 41st March for Life.
Capitol Quotes: June 28, 2013
This week's most outstanding quips, gibes and utterances.