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2 hrs ago | The Bugle
Republicans may try to block independents from participating in future party primaries after their turnout in last month's election -- close to one vote out of every seven -- may have affected some races. A.J. LaFaro, chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee, said he wants the party's lawyers to find ways around the 1998 voter-approved measure which allows independents to participate in choosing the nominees of any recognized party.
7 hrs ago | Crooks and Liars
TIME magazine has a piece up about Russell Pearce's new brainchild, trying to outlaw children born in America.
9 hrs ago | The Atlantic
Constitutional disputes sometimes turn on technical legal terms: What is "due process of law," for example, or "double jeopardy"? But most of the Constitution isn't written in legalese, and some important cases are about the meaning of ordinary language. National Labor Relations Board v.
Django Unchained star Daniele Watts and her husband who is white say that Studio City Police mistook the couple for a prostitute and her "trick" and arrested her.
In legal papers filed in federal court here, Assistant Attorney General Stuart Delery said the state statute, first approved in 2005, is preempted by federal law. He told U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton that a federal appellate court, looking at another section of state law on smuggling, concluded it is preempted by federal law.
On the September 9 Charlie Rose show Bill Maher pronounced that Barack Obama " will be treated in history very kindly" because future generations will realize "he's dealing obviously with things that no other president had to ever deal with." When Rose asked Maher if he meant the bad economy and ISIS Maher agreed and then added that because Obama is black his political opponents "hate him in a way they never hated before."
A July 2014 photo showing Fred McQuire, left, and George Martinez as they pose for photos at their wedding in California. A federal judge has ordered Arizona to recognize one same-sex marriage, determining Friday that the state must formally acknowledge that Fred McQuire and George Martinez were married.
From left, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer , New York Gov. Chris Cuomo , and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at the Super Bowl Hand Off ceremony in New York in February. This election cycle, governors across the country are more embattled than they have been in years, with at least half a dozen races once believed to be safe now tightly contested .
Big improvements coming to Loop 303 in Northwest Valley Major construction projects are happening on Loop 303 in a key part of the Northwest Valley Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1tHmHGd Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer cuts the ribbon during the dedication of the new Loop 303/I-10 interchange in Goodyear on Aug. 16, 2014. Cyclists and pedestrians got an up-close look at the Loop 303/I-10 interchange Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014.
Gilbert High School built in 1918 in Gilbert Arizona. It now house's the Gilbert Public School District Office.
Phoenix firefighters and police officers were recognized for their cooperation with the New York Police Department and New York Fire Department in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Thirteen years to the day, and 2,408 miles from Ground Zero, the events of 9/11 still have an immediate impact on police and firefighter personnel.
Rep. David Gowan of Sierra Vista says he's collected enough support from fellow Republicans in the Arizona House to become the next speaker. Gowan is currently majority leader and is vying for the top House post against Reps.
New Arizona education website unveiled The Governor's Office announced Wednesday that it launched a new education website. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1rYdUDy The Governor's Office unveiled a new website Wednesday meant to showcase the Arizona Ready Report Card in a searchable and user-friendly manner.
Doug Ducey discusses his ideas for shrinking government by going through the state budget "like a businessman" as Democrat Fred DuVal weighs his comments. Fred DuVal, right, promises to immediately settle the lawsuit with public schools and provide $300 million owed while Doug Ducey said he'll pay -- but only if a new challenge to the Supreme Court fails.
Gov. Jan Brewer ordered that flags at all state public buildings and the State Capitol be flown at half-staff from sunrise until sunset. Phoenix officials at city hall will post an American flag that flew over Ground Zero at the World Trade Center in New York.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 05:48 pm
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