Today the Arizona Supreme Court issued in its full opinion in Molera v. Hobbs, the lawsuit challenging the 100-word summary accompanying petitions to qualify the Invest in Education initiative for the 2020 general election ballot.
Today the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the denial of a preliminary injunction sought with respect to Arizona’s “strikeout” law, which requires a court to invalidate any initiative petition sheets collected by a circulator
Last week, several initiative campaigns filed twin lawsuits in the Arizona Supreme Court and Arizona Federal District Court alleging unconstitutional burdens on their ability to campaign, and therefore sought access to the Secretary of State’s
On December 16, 2019 the Arizona Federal District Court issued an order dismissing First and Fourteenth Amendment challenges to Arizona’s initiative petition “strikeout” law and declined to enter a preliminary injunction enjoining the law. Thus
A newly-filed initiative measure will be pitched as a effort to reign in alleged self-dealing by lawmakers and empower voters to have a greater voice in Arizona affairs. But the effect on election officials likely
According to a recent ruling from the Maricopa County Superior Court, it is unconstitutional to amend any word or phrase in any statute that is deemed to be incorporated into the Citizens Clean Elections Act—a