The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court has decided to make Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery happy and grant more time to both sides in a hearing on Monday related to Arizona's ban on late-term abortions. As we blogged last night, Montgomery filed an emergency motion with the appeals court yesterday t ... More >>
In April, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a portion of Arizona's voter-approved voter-ID law, intended to keep non-citizens from voting.Because of that ruling, Arizona was supposed to stop enforcing the law.But a new order by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy permits the ... More >>
Gage SkidmoreNo corporate money for you, boo-booMore bad news for state Senate President Russell Pearce.One day before the historic announcement by the Arizona Secretary of State's Office that the Pearce recall will go before the voters of Legislative District 18, Arizona's Solicitor General Davi ... More >>
Pearce, seeking corporate dough to save his hideState Senate President Russell Pearce and the Republican-controlled Legislature couldn't be bothered today to change one word in state law to extend unemployment benefits to 15,000 out-of-work Arizonans, but Pearce has had time to compose a lengthy, fi ... More >>
This faux-Kermit the Frog is the new face of legislative literacy thanks to Governor Jan Brewer.Governor Jan Brewer's posted a video on her Facebook page mocking lawmakers who have criticized Arizona's controversial, new immigration law but haven't actually read it -- namely U.S. Attorney General ... More >>
Justice Stanley Feldman has ruled the Arizona legal scene for years. But now he's gone. And Governor Janet Napolitano has some important decisions to make.
Attorney casts himself as martyr in bizarre courtroom melodrama
YOU'RE A TATTOOED GIANT ON A HARLEY. YOU'RE A MEMBER OF THE DIRTY DOZEN. YOU'RE TOAST.