In case you missed any news action this week, we've got you covered.Here's our recap of the most-read news stories of the week:
Senate Bill 1062 is gone, but certainly not forgotten.For the second day in a row, activists from Citizens for a Better Arizona protested the connection between lawmakers and the lobbying group behind SB 1062, the Center for Arizona Policy.
In addition to protests at the state capitol over Arizona's Senate Bill 1062, activists have now taken to the office of the lobbying group that developed and pushed the bill, the Center for Arizona Policy.Citizens for a Better Arizona led a delegation of people to CAP's Phoenix office today, to dema ... More >>
A group of activists brought a toilet to the state capitol today as an "award" for Republican Representative Carl Seel.Seel's assistant at the House of Representatives refused to accept the award, which Citizens for a Better Arizona brought in response to Seel introducing a bill that would make it a ... More >>
On behalf of the activists from Citizens for a Better Arizona, Santa Claus delivered sacks of coal to the offices of Governor Jan Brewer and Department of Economic Security Director Clarence Carter.It looks like Carter didn't make Santa's good list for his leadership of Child Protective Services, wh ... More >>
Activists keep showing up to Attorney General Tom Horne's office to protest Horne's lawsuit to keep DREAMers from being able to pay in-state tuition at community colleges.Yesterday, a Horne staffer got a bit testy with Citizens for a Better Arizona activist Beto Soto, who's been leading some of the ... More >>
Witches of the Tea Party showed up at Governor Jan Brewer's office this afternoon, supporting her executive order keeping DREAMers from getting Arizona driver's licenses.So maybe they weren't actually witches, but they were activists from Citizens for a Better Arizona dressed as witches, sarcastical ... More >>
Dennis Gilman's latest: Beto Soto vs. the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors As we get closer to June 14 -- simultaneously Sheriff Joe Arpaio's 81st birthday and the date that parties in the racial profiling lawsuit Melendres v. Arpaio are to appear before federal Judge G. Murray Snow -- the Mari ... More >>