News Republicans pull a fast one on voters - by Laurie Roberts
Gov. Jan Brewer signed an elections bill that basically wipes out Libertarian and other third-party candidates, boosting their signature requirements to unattainable levels. Green Party candidates would actually have to collect more signatures
News Arizona lawmakers pass Medicaid expansion
A divided Arizona Senate passed a key piece of President Barack Obama's Medicaid expansion agenda on Thursday, handing Republican Governor Jan Brewer a policy victory over fierce opposition from conservatives in her party.
News Sentencing delays sought in Fiesta Bowl cases
Prosecutors and lawyers for John Junker are proposing new delays in the sentencings of the former Fiesta Bowl chief executive for his admitted involvement in an illegal campaign contribution scheme.
News Bill Montgomery Would Rather Talk About Jodi Arias Than Judge Snow's Order, and Here's Why
Phoenix New Times
Since Casey knows that Snow's order is unlikely to be overturned and as he and the sheriff hope to avoid the independent monitor the plaintiffs want to oversee the decision, the MCSO already has begun to comply.
News They're Coming for Your Water! Alert!
What if you woke up one day and found out that your communities water had been legislated away by your state Government in order to supply other communities for sustainable development? This situation is unfolding right now.
News Judge Snow's Decision Damns Not Just Arpaio, but All of Maricopa County
Phoenix New Times
Essentially, Snow found the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office under Joe Arpaio had engaged for years in a pattern and practice of discriminatory policing aimed at Latinos. He issued a broad injunctive order forbidding the use of "race
News Arizona investigating angry email sent lawmakers
Arizona's bitter debate over a signature part of President Obama's health care overhaul has sparked an investigation into lawmakers' safety after at least 9 legislators received a threatening email over Gov. Brewer's push to expand Medicaid access.
News Arizona Man Winds Up Jailed, Unemployed and Homeless After Photographing Courthouse
Photography Is Not a Crime
Raymond Michael Rodden was bored, so he drove to downtown Phoenix and began walking around, snapping photos of the federal courthouse and the state capitol with his iPhone. The 33-year-old man ended up jailed, unemployed and homeless
News Freedom's Phoenix at GearUp Center in Scottsdale, AZ
What separates us from other survival and outdoor stores is that Gear UP innovates its own products. We strive to manufacture our innovative products in the United States to support our community.
News Gov. Jan Brewer Vetoes Arizona Gold and Silver Bill
Seems to me like she vetoed it because it would be hard to regulate. These clowns cant even fathom an idea that is unregulated by government.
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