The Issues

New Arizona Laws Go Into Effect

by on October 1, 2021 0

The Governor signed a total of 445 bills into law, 403 of which passed with bipartisan support. A majority of these bills went into effect this week, on what is known as the “General Effective Day,” which comes 90 days after the legislative session adjourns. Included in those bills are new laws to secure...

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Arizona is the First State Lawsuit Filed Against Federal Vaccine Mandate

by on September 15, 2021 0

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced his office (AGO) is suing President Biden and other officials in his administration over their unconstitutional COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees, federal contractors, and private businesses with more than 100 employees. This is the first lawsuit in the country to be filed against the Biden Administration’s radical actions...

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Protecting Arizona’s Innovators

by on September 13, 2021 0

Representative Jennifer Longdon (D) Assistant Minority Leader District 24 Just north of Arizona’s Ninth Congressional District sits our state capital of Phoenix, also known as the tech hub, Silicon Desert. This take on California’s Silicon Valley is home to various tech companies, from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies, including Carvana, RetailMeNot, and GoDaddy. Each...

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FBI Investigating Ducey Tax Refund Campaign

by on September 2, 2021 0

The FBI’s Public Corruption unit has begun investigating efforts by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s past and current staffers – including one who is now a federal judge – to push for a closed-door deal to issue tax refunds worth as much as $100 million to aid one of Ducey’s campaign supporters. Grant Nulle, former...

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Union-Backed Bill Threatens Phoenix Restaurant Jobs

by on August 24, 2021 0

By Dan Bogert – COO of Arizona Restaurant Association Like most small businesses, Phoenix restaurants have been hit hard by the economic downturn following the coronavirus pandemic. However, local restaurateurs have been resilient, finding new ways to serve their communities while continuing to provide invaluable jobs and economic support for hard-working Arizonans. That makes...

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Bullied By Town Of Carefree and Its Mayor, Citizens Group Takes Reform To The Ballot

by on August 10, 2021 0

Faced with the seizure of private property orchestrated by the Town of Carefree and Mayor Les Peterson, a group of concerned Carefree citizens plans to head to the ballot with two government reform measures for Carefree voters to decide. Members of Carefree Citizens For Responsible Government have been collecting petition signatures around Carefree over...

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Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs Announces Plans to Run for Arizona Governor

by on June 2, 2021 0

Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, announced Wednesday morning that she is running for governor in 2022. Hobbs, a Democrat, made the announcement in a video that says she’s been a high-profile defender of Arizona’s voting process. Hobbs served in both chambers the Arizona Legislature before running for secretary of state in 2018. She...

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