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NEWSFLASH: Court Strikes Down Arizona Abortion Ban
On Tuesday, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down Arizona's ban on abortion at 20 weeks , calling it unconstitutional because a woman has a legal right to terminate a pregnancy before fetal viability.
Thu May 23, 2013
Legislation expands Arizona's Religious Freedom act
State senators gave final approval Wednesday to legislation supporters said would enhance religious freedom while foes argue it will allow people to use their beliefs as an excuse to discriminate.
Senate sending Jan Brewer bills despite veto threat
Senate President Andy Biggs is ignoring Gov. Jan Brewer and sending her bills despite a moratorium on signings the governor put in place more than two weeks ago.
The Miami Herald
GOP Ariz. rep. who supports Medicaid is threatened
A Republican member of the Arizona House says she received an obscene and threatening voicemail at her office because she supports Gov.
Memorial Day Services & Events
Cave Creek Cemetery Ceremony May 27 at 8 a.m. Guest Speaker to be announced Immediately following service all attendees are invited to gather at American Legion Post 34 for coffee and cake.
Across America 2013: Solar Impulse...
Image Caption: Across America 2013 - 2nd leg from Phoenix Sky Harbor to Dallas Forth Worth.
Gov. Brewer Appoints New ASDB Board Members to Replace Expired Terms
Big news regarding the Arizona School for the Blind and Deaf, in wake of the tumult we've been covering recently .
Wed May 22, 2013
Governor holds Medicaid pep rally
Chanting "TMC, TMC, TMC", Governor Jan Brewer held what turned out to be an old fashioned pep rally to help garner support for her Medicaid Restoration Plan.
Gov. Brewer Issues Proclamation for Arizona Mens Health Week June 10-16, 2013
Governor Janice K. Brewer issued a proclamation designating the week leading up to and including Father's Day, as Arizona Men's Health Week - which is a special awareness period to help educate men, boys and their families about the importance of positive health attitudes and preventive health practices.
Bill Whittle, legislators weigh in on federal intervention
Pointing to the state capitol and legislature buildings, Whittle said, 'The state sold these buildings to pay for programs you can't afford.' From left, Reps.
ObamaCare to increase cost of cancer treatments
Pointing to the state capitol and legislature buildings, Whittle said, 'The state sold these buildings to pay for programs you can't afford.' PHOENIX Five busloads of people were brought to a rally at the Arizona State Capitol last Wednesday to show support for Gov.
Arizona Senate advances bills for religious groups
The Arizona Senate passed a trio of bills Wednesday that seek to lower property taxes for religious institutions and make it easier for some people to sue over the First Amendment, much to the chagrin of civil liberties and secular groups who claim Arizona lawmakers are violating the U.S. Constitution by favoring the faithful over non-believers.
Tue May 21, 2013
Court strikes down Arizona 20-week abortion ban
A federal court Tuesday struck down Arizona's ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy absent a medical emergency.
Jewish - Chicano Radio Show Slams Arizona Governor Jan Brewer on DACA Driver's Licenses
IN THE FIRST HALF: Lou and Santiago sing "Old Monsanto Had a Farm"; Jose Penalosa, renowned Immigration Attorney, joins the show; the effect of Tom Horne's HB2281 to eradicate Mexican American Studies in Arizona; Jose, as an attorney, agrees that impeaching Tom Horne would be a good idea; IN THE SECOND HALF: Jose offers his assessment of the ... (more)
Mon May 20, 2013
McConnell: ACA top 2014 issue - Medicaid expansion advocates consider ...
McCONNELL: OBAMACARE TOP 2014 ISSUE - For all of the past week's headlines on Benghazi, the IRS and Justice Department, there's still one issue that will top them all in the 2014 midterm elections, according to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's crystal ball.
Sun May 19, 2013
Gov. Brewer lowers flags in honor of fallen police officer, firefighter
Gov. Jan Brewer has ordered that all state flags be flown at half-staff until sunset Sunday in honor of fallen Phoenix police officer Daryl Raetz and fallen Phoenix firefighter Bradley Harper.
AZ Illustrated Politics: Medicaid Expansion, Election Bills, Rosemont Mine & More
On this week's AZ Illustrated Politics: Host Jim Nintzel, Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President Lea Marquez-Peterson, former Pima County Democratic Party chairman Jeff Rogers and Tucson Tea Party founder Trent Humphies talk about the chances that Gov.
Arizona governor staking legacy on Medicaid
Arizona Republican Gov. Jan Brewer stood before fellow Republicans to explain why she had bucked many conservatives in her party to embrace Medicaid expansion.
Air Force Times
Reforms unveiled for Arizona National Guard
The Arizona National Guard's top officer has unveiled more than a dozen reforms as the organization wades through sexual abuse, drug trafficking and abuse of power allegations.
Sat May 18, 2013
Phoenix New Times
Jan Brewer: Ignorant, Irrational, Prevaricating, Self-Serving Bigot
On her Facebook page , someone who knows how to spell wrote on behalf of our English language-challenged chief exec that, "a federal court UPHELD my Executive Order and Arizona's law denying driver's licenses to illegal aliens who President Obama has allowed to remain in our country under his outrageous [Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals] ... (more)