Today the Arizona Supreme Court issued its full opinion in Leach v. Hobbs, which explains its decision order from August that kept the “Stop Surprise Billing and Protect Patients Act” off the 2020 general election
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A bill that unanimously sailed through the Arizona House and Senate will remove some potential hurdles in collecting petition signatures for congressional or legislative office in the 2020 cycle in the event of uncertainty regarding
This week the Arizona Supreme Court issued its ruling in McKenna v Soto, a candidate nomination challenge from spring 2020. The Supreme Court upheld the trial court’s decision keeping LD3 House candidate Javier Soto on
Today the Maricopa County Superior Court issued a partial ruling in a lawsuit seeking to enjoin Proposition 208, the education tax initiative. The plaintiffs argued that the “no supplant” clause of the statute was unconstitutional
The election challenge filed against Vice President Pence in the D.C. District Court by various Arizona-based plaintiffs – including Sen. Borrelli, Sen. Petersen, and the Arizona Voter Integrity Alliance – was voluntarily dismissed this morning
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.