Law & Government

Ducey reporting some PAC contributions as coming from individuals

The Arizona Mirror has been publishing an ongoing series about money spent by Political action committees in races in Arizona. But individual donations can be just as important, if not more so in some...

Clean Energy campaign to spend “millions” against Brnovich

As the election season heads into the home stretch, the campaign for a ballot measure that would mandate a dramatic increase in renewable energy use has largely shifted its focus from Proposition 127 to defeating Attorney General Mark Brnovich.

Developmental disabilities service providers say state funding for minimum wage increase lagging

State funding for organizations that care for people with developmental disabilities isn’t keeping up with Arizona’s rising minimum wage, and the groups that contract with the state to provide those services are feeling the...

Anti-Kavanaugh protesters rally at Flake’s office

Dozens of protesters lined Camelback Road outside Sen. Jeff Flake’s office today to rally against Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Massachusetts gives former Arizona GOP chairman lifetime securities ban

Former Arizona Republican Party Chairman Robert Graham has been permanently banned from the securities trading industry in Massachusetts, and must pay a $15,000 fine after after losing $400,000 that a 67-year-old artist invested in...

Could SCOTUS dark money ruling affect Arizona campaign finance law?

Last week, the Supreme Court made a decision which has sent ripples through the world of “dark money” campaign finance at the national level, but don’t expect it to result in more disclosures of...

Coconino, Yavapai may be next counties to adopt merit selection for judges

Two Arizona counties might soon do away with electing judges and instead use the merit selection system already in place in the state’s three most populous counties. The Arizona Supreme Court is predicting that Yavapai...
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