Democratic Congressman Ed Pastor announced today that this will be his last term in Congress.Pastor will have spent 23 full years in Congress as this term expires. He was first elected via special election in 1991, to replace Mo Udall, who was retiring for health reasons.
Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods co-authored a column in the Arizona Republic about the lessons that should be learned in the wake of an assassination attempt of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords:"It has spurred a national teaching moment, a pause in the war of charged vocabulary, and a di ... More >>
What do you do when the biggest name in the race is the least qualified?
The governor's chosen loan authority is determined to keep its monopoly
The plumed wonder hates to agree with GOP gun moll Ann Coulter philosophically, but about our 9/11 memorial . . .
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.
Congressional candidate Fred Duval wants to know what his district's issues are and if you still respect him
Lunch with an environmentalist offers food for thought
JP posse sticks to its guns in decades-long battle to clean up it judicial corral
From the week of January 21, 1999
The Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution has been established in Mo Udall's name. Would he even like it?
Democrat makes a good point, but overplays his hand in questioning Hull's Nevada ties
John Kaites and Tom McGovern John McCain's and Grant Woods' hand-picked candidates for attorney general are duking it out like schoolboys, while the Dems' Janet Napolitano goes to school on them
Clinton won, Fife lost, and now state Dems have high hopes for '98. But they're in for a wild-ass ride
Arizona's quiet visionaries yearn to make the state a hub of commercial space travel
WHEN A LEVEE ON BABBITT RANCHES GAVE WAY, THE HAVASUPAI INDIANS WERE LITERALLY PUSHED AGAINST THE WALL. NOW THEY'RE PUSHING BACK.
He's already the state's GOP power broker. He'll soon be Arizona's senior senator. Will the volatile John McCain Rule by fear or respect?
EIGHT-TERM REPRESENTATIVE BOB STUMP STANDS TO BECOME THE SENIOR MEMBER OF THE ARIZONA DELEGATION. SO HOW COME YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF HIM?
Look out, McCain. There's a woman after you.
A WINTER OF DISCONTENT AMONG ADVOCATES OF THE HOMELESS