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Arizona Clean Elections Ruling to Be Reviewed by U.S. Court of Appeals on Monday

11 years ago by James King
The Goldwater Institute announced today that the U.S. Court of Appeals will review the decision of a lower court that put an end to matching funds for political candidates who run under Arizona's publicly funded elections system.If you're unfamiliar with matching funds, or Arizona's Clean Elections Act, click here for...
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Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Mulls SB 1070 Following Hearing; Judges' Questions Analyzed by Media

11 years ago by Ray Stern
An hour-long hearing at the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco signals a mixed bag for both supporters and opponents of Arizona's harsh anti-illegal-immigrant law. A story in the Washington Post claims that "deep skepticism" by one judge about the Obama Adminstration's challenge to the law makes it "uncertain" that the...
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U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Appeal by Arizona Death Row Inmate Daniel Wayne Cook

10 years ago by James King
Daniel Wayne Cook, a death row inmate awaiting his court-imposed date with death for the last 24 years -- in an Arizona prison on the taxpayer's dime -- is one step closer to being strapped to the executioner's table.This morning, the United States Supreme Court rejected an appeal from Cook...
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U.S. Court of Appeals Decision Favors Tohono O'odham Nation but Requires Feds to Better Explain Decision to Approve West Valley Reservation

8 years ago by Monica Alonzo
If you're keeping score in the Tohono O'odham Nation's epic -- and seemingly endless -- battle against state and local officials to build a resort-style casino in the West Valley, chalk up another point for the Nation. The Nation unveiled in 2009 plans to build the West Valley Resort and...
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New Times Wins Appeal; Lawsuit Against Joe Arpaio Et Al to Be Heard by Full Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

10 years ago by James King
The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that it will re-hear New Times' lawsuit against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and others over the 2007 arrest of its founders after our newspaper published an article about a grand jury that -- the public would later learn -- didn't actually...
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Joe Arpaio's DACA Challenge Tossed Out by U.S. Appeals Court

6 years ago by Elizabeth Stuart
No, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, you can’t sue President Obama for filling up Maricopa County jails. That’s what three judges with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit concluded when they affirmed a lower court decision to dismiss Arpaio’s lawsuit challenging the president’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and...
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U.S. Appeals Court Decision Blocking Barack Obama's Plan to Shield Millions From Deportation Sparks Frustration, Anger

5 years ago by Griselda Nevarez
Immigration advocates used words like “frustrated” to describe their reaction to the news that a federal appeals court has dealt another setback to President Barack Obama’s plan to shield millions from deportation. In a 2-1 ruling issued Monday night, the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decided to uphold a...
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Abuse Lawsuit Against U.S. Fencing Names Star Coach, Alleges Phoenix Assault

6 days ago by Erasmus Baxter
The lawsuit centers on an alleged assault at a Phoenix hotel.
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U.S. Appeals Court Berates Lawyer-Turned-Judge’s Work in the “Going to See Santa” Murder Case

12 years ago by Paul Rubin
Twenty years ago this December, a child's apparent disappearance from the busy Metrocenter mall followed by the grisly discovery of his body in the desert north of Phoenix gripped the community. The 4-year-old was Christopher Milke. He had been shot three times in the back of his head from close...
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Paul Gosar Allegedly Met With Oath Keepers and Said the U.S. is in a Civil War

2 months ago by Josh Kelety
Paul Gosar's brother, Dave Gosar, reportedly said that the congressman is heavily involved with the Oath Keepers.

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