The State Houses – What’s At Stake in 2010

Thirty-nine states will be electing a governor during the 2009-2010 election cycle. Of these, eighteen races will not include an incumbent and four incumbents who will be running were not elected to their current position. The recession and huge budget deficits threaten to undercut the power of incumbency for governors running for reelection.

The Current Line-Up


AZ 2011 Archives


Arizona Gubernatorial Headlines 2011 Archives


The ‘Starve Public Schools’ initiative (Blog for Arizona, 12/30/11)
Early bill filings for the 2012 session of the legislature (Blog for Arizona, 12/29/11)
GOP senator to bring back ‘guns on campus’ bill (Blog for Arizona, 12/29/11)
AZ legislators renew push for guns on campus (Arizona Republic, 12/28/11)
Warning signs on a possible education-based ballot measure (Blog for Arizona, 12/28/11)
The Battle for Baja Arizona begins! (Blog for Arizona, 12/26/11)
Goldwater Institute shows cowardice on Arpaio story (Blog for Arizona, 12/26/11)
Goldwater Institute: A Watchdog for Conservative ideals (New York Times, 12/25/11)
Judge: Tax credits can’t be denied for pro-choice gifts (Arizona Daily Star, 12/24/11)
This quote says all that need be said about redistricting in Arizona (Blog for Arizona, 12/23/11)
State pension ‘crisis’ was manufactured — never mind (Blog for Arizona, 12/23/11)
(Update) Pimps for private prisons and profit (Blog for Arizona, 12/23/11)
Arpaio investigation drawing mixed reviews (Texas Tribune, 12/22/11)
Some upset with redistricting panel’s new legislative lines (East Valley Tribune, 12/22/11)
Public employees’ paychecks may grow (Arizona Daily Star, 12/22/11)
No prosecution for AZ Fiesta Bowl ticket probe (Arizona Republic, 12/22/11)
Gov. Jan’s case against medical marijuana may be about to fall over (Tucson Weekly, 12/22/11)
Party representation in Arizona Legislature debated (Arizona Republic, 12/21/11)
Redistrict panel OKs map; GOP unhappy (Arizona Republic, 12/21/11)

Border crossers: New legislative lines scramble the southern Arizona delegation (Tucson Weekly, 12/21/11)
Why am I not surprised? No politicians to be charged in Fiesta Bowl scandal (Blog for Arizona, 12/21/11)
(Tentative) congressional and legislative district maps (Blog for Arizona, 12/21/11)
AIRC Update: We have (tentative) final maps! (Blog for Arizona, 12/21/11)
Latino vet injured in Arpaio’s jail dies (TPM, 12/21/11)
Farley bill next session: The ALEC Accountability Act (Blog for Arizona, 12/21/11)
Gift ban urged for Legislature (Arizona Republic, 12/20/11)
Retiring Arizona public employees get to cash in years of unused sick days (Arizona Republic, 12/20/11)
Arizona redistrict panel turns in new map (Arizona Republic, 12/20/11)
Arizona budget: How a plan takes shape (Arizona Republic, 12/18/11)
Arpaio now faces difficult options (Arizona Republic, 12/17/11)
Arpaio, MSCO and the DOJ Civil Rights Division finding. What’s it all mean? (Blog for Arizona, 12/17/11)
Claims, missteps may crack Arpaio’s political armor (Arizona Republic, 12/17/11)
Plans for Arizona’s budget surplus vary (Arizona Republic, 12/17/11)
Arizona budget: State fills coffers as businesses profit (Arizona Republic, 12/17/11)
Arizona budget: Pressing demands for money (Arizona Republic, 12/17/11)
Arizona budget: Residents help improve outlook (Arizona Republic, 12/17/11)
Arizona budget: Key decision makers on the budget (Arizona Republic, 12/17/11)
Arizona budget: Residents who shop, dine out a boost (Arizona Republic, 12/17/11)
Arizona budget: Fewer deductions help tax revenue (Arizona Republic, 12/17/11)
AZ prosecutor wants immigration checks restored (AP, 12/16/11)
Sheriff Joe illegally discriminated against Hispanic, Justice Dept alleges (Washington Post, 12/15/11)
DOJ report on Joe Arpaio: ‘a culture of bias’ and abuse of power (Blog for Arizona, 12/15/11)
Commentary: Will Goldwater lawsuit gut police union? (Arizona Republic, 12/15/11)
Arpaio critics urge officials to call for his resignation (Arizona Republic, 12/14/11)
AZ online schools: Merits of online learning are unclear (Arizona Republic, 12/14/11)
Commentary: Brewer wrong on states’ rights (Arizona Republic, 12/13/11)
Polls: Arizonans value education but doubt worth of present system (ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy, 12/13/11)
Supreme Court to hear challenge of Arizona’s restrictive immigration law (Washington Post, 12/12/11)
Opinion: Help us gain bipartisan momentum to oust Arpaio (Arizona Republic, 12/11/11)
Supreme Court may weigh in on Arizona immigration law (LA Times, 12/11/11)
Brewer’s ed reform leader: ‘The solutions [to problems in education] are incredibly simple.’ (Blog for Arizona, 12/11/11)
Federal preemption and SB 1070 (Blog for Arizona, 12/11/11)
Dr. Word says: Language, consistency-challenged Brewer calls education ‘my #1 priority’ (Blog for Arizona, 12/10/11)
Map panel not bound by law on meetings, judge says (Arizona Daily Star, 12/10/11)
Judge: AIRC not bound by Arizona’s open meeting law or subject to investigation into hiring decisions (Blog for Arizona, 12/10/11)
Arpaio is criticized over handling of sex-crime cases (New York Times, 12/9/11)
Republicans resort to Voucher Laundering to get around AZ Constitution (Blog for Arizona, 12/8/11)
The Arizona Republic investigates the governor for a year, publishes speculation and conjecture (Blog for Arizona, 12/8/11)
Court of Appeals punts AHCCS cuts to the Supremes (Blog for Arizona, 12/8/11)
Editorial: Citizens suffer in Arpaio’s wars (Arizona Republic, 12/8/11)
Feds probed role of Gov. Brewer in son’s Social Security benefits (Arizona Republic, 12/8/11)
Commentary: Republican legislators have again violated the state Constitution with a school-voucher program (Tucson Weekly, 12/8/11)
More calling on Joe Arpaio to step down over botched sex-crimes cases (Arizona Republic, 12/7/11)
Commentary: Sheriff’s ‘apology’ does 432 victims no good (Arizona Republic, 12/7/11)
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio under fire for mishandled sex-crimes cases (NPR, 12/6/11)
Commentary: Legislators hope you aren’t paying attention to state budget (Tucson Sentinel, 12/6/11)
The Open Elections/Open Government Act initiative – ‘silver-bullet naivete’ (Blog for Arizona, 12/6/11)
Brewer touts need for education (Yuma Sun, 12/6/11)
A preview of coming attractions under Jan Brewer’s political ‘spoils system’ (Blog for Arizona, 12/5/11)
Redistricting – calm before the storm? (The Arizona Eagletarian, 12/5/11)
Former Intel chief wants to blow up Arizona education as governor’s new council chair (East Valley Tribune, 12/5/11)
Ex-CEO of Intel to lead Brewer’s education council (Arizona Republic, 12/5/11)
Arizona may be out of Obama’s reach in ’12, poll finds (Arizona Republic, 12/3/11)
‘Peanuts’ politics is not a joke, senator decries (Arizona Republic, 12/3/11)
Redistricting chair in tough position, legal expert says (Arizona Public Media, 12/2/11)
Arizona redistrict-panel changes mulled (Arizona Republic, 12/2/11)
Opinion: A necessary dose of sanity (Arizona Republic, 12/2/11)
Commentary: How our legislative Grinches stole Christmas (Arizona Republic, 12/2/11)
AZ redistricting commission law in need of modest reform (Tucson Citizen, 12/2/11)
More on Brewer’s proposed spoils system (Blog for Arizona, 12/2/11)
Smart ALECs (Blog for Arizona, 12/1/11)
Gov. Jan Brewer uses ALEC keynote address to declare war on the civil service merit selection system (Blog for Arizona, 12/1/11)
Survey: Make Arizona schools priority (Arizona Republic, 12/1/11)
Commentary: Arizona short of true statesmen, but Brewer shows that quality (Arizona Republic, 12/1/11)
Arizonans say: Education should be top priority (Blog for Arizona, 12/1/11)
Gov. Jan Brewer wants easier firing of state workers (Arizona Daily Star, 12/1/11)
Arizona hospitals sue to stop Medicaid cuts to health care providers (East Valley Tribune, 12/1/11)
Redistricting commission to hear from legislators (AzCapitolTimes, 12/1/11)
Jan Brewer’s sniveling new memoir laughably paints her as a tough-as-nails governor (Phoenix New Times, 12/1/11)
Plan would provide health care to more than 19,000 Arizona children (East Valley Tribune, 12/1/11)
Brewer: State personnel rules need revamped (Arizona Daily Sun, 12/1/11)
Obama to vie for Arizona as Latino numbers rise (New York Times, 12/1/11)


“Anarchists” to blame for ALEC disruption; “Occupiers” relatively tame. Cops break out pepper spray (Phoenix New Times, 11/30/11)
Phoenix protesters pepper-sprayed at Westin Kierland Resort (Arizona Republic, 11/30/11)
Brewer: Arizona’s current personnel system problematic (Tucson Citizen, 11/30/11)
Arizona redistricting panel won’t be changed by Brewer (Arizona Republic, 11/30/11)
Brewer rejects special session over redistricting (Arizona Daily Star, 11/30/11)
AZ Independent Redistricting Commission resumes work following political fracas (Independent Voter Network, 11/30/11)
Brewer wisely backs down, now what will Mathis do? (Arizona Republic, 11/30/11)
Brewer won’t attempt to disband redistricting commission (National Journal, 11/29/11)
Jan Brewer facing recall election over immigration law (Third Age, 11/29/11)
Republicans say courts sided against the people on redistricting (Eastern Arizona Courier, 11/29/11)
Jan Brewer caves on redistricting, won’t call second special session on AIRC (Phoenix New Times, 11/29/11)
Top GOP myths as redistricting resumes in Arizona today (Tucson Citizen, 11/29/11)
Arizona plans to loosen budget cut for health care (CBS Moneywatch, 11/29/11)
Jan Brewer decides against special session on redistricting (Roll Call, 11/29/11)
Brewer won’t call special session to repeal redistricting commission (East Valley Tribune, 11/29/11)
Brewer: No special session without ‘clear path to victory’ at the ballot (AzCapitolTimes, 11/29/11)
Arizona gets $30M from feds for state-based exchange (AzCapitolTimes, 11/29/11)
The Red Queen will not call a Special Session… for now (Blog for Arizona, 11/29/11)
Kyl: I’m a reasonable guy. Milbank: No, you’re not. (Blog for Arizona, 11/29/11)
Occupy ALEC events (Blog for Arizona, 11/29/11)
Time is running out on the Tea-Publican tyranny (Blog for Arizona, 11/29/11)
ALEC in Arizona (Blog for Arizona, 11/28/11)
Gov. Jan Brewer to speak on first day of ALEC Convention (Phoenix New Times, 11/28/11)
Brewer, hospitals announce plan to cover nearly 20,000 more on KidsCare (AzCapitolTimes, 11/28/11)
Brewer: Partnership would provide 20,000 kids with health coverage (Cronkite News, 11/28/11)
Commission returns to work on mapping political districts (AzCapitolTimes, 11/28/11)
Arizona redistricting panel gets back to work (Tucson Citizen, 11/28/11)
The latest Goo-Goos gone bad: The top two primary (Blog for Arizona, 11/28/11)
Redistricting commission moves toward final maps as Brewer, GOP fun out of town (East Valley Tribune, 11/28/11)
Brewer’s big boost to ‘Baja Arizona’ (Arizona Republic, 11/27/11)
Opinion: Governor given clarity she sought from court ruling (Yuma Sun, 11/27/11)
Our lawless Tea-publican Legislature (Blog for Arizona, 11/25/11)
The 2012 session of the AZ Legislature hasn’t started yet, but it’s easy to see it’s going to be a long one (Blog for Arizona, 11/25/11)
Open Elections would improve representation, reduce hyperpartisanship (Arizona Daily Star, 11/24/11)
State’s high court rebuffs Brewer’s request (Arizona Central, 11/24/11)

Lawsuit alleges Clean Elections illegally using money (AzCapitolTimes, 11/22/11)
Special session over reinstalling redistricting commission chairwoman? (AzCapitolTimes, 11/22/11)
Arizona corporate tax bills shrinking (Arizona Republic, 11/20/11)
Immigration takes back seat to economy, jobs as voter issue (Arizona Republic, 11/20/11)
The Arizona Republic is part of the problem, not the solution (Blog for Arizona, 11/20/11)
The next move for Randy Parraz and Citizens for a Better Arizona (Blog for Arizona, 11/20/11)
The Red Queen and her Star Chamber are ‘going rogue‘ (Blog for Arizona, 11/20/11)
Opinion: Arizona faces a political morass (Arizona Republic, 11/19/11)
Terry Goddard: Brewer not heeding oath of office (Arizona Republic, 11/19/11)
Opinion: Each side must keep its cool on redistricting (Arizona Republic, 11/19/11)
Brewer keeping options open in redistricting case (Arizona Republic, 11/19/11)
Editorial: Brewer’s meddling in commission a detriment to state (Arizona Daily Star, 11/19/11)
Arizona private-prison contract targeted by watchdog (Arizona Republic, 11/19/11)
The provincial arrogance of The Red Queen (Blog for Arizona, 11/18/11)
Brewer may attempt to fire redistricting chair again (East Valley Tribune, 11/18/11)
Best Q&A in the Mathis hearing (Blog for Arizona, 11/18/11)
Activist Randy Parraz led an army of non-partisan warriors to take down Russell Pearce (Phoenix New Times, 11/17/11)
Arizona’s high court overturns ouster of redistricting official (LA Times, 11/17/11)
Breaking: AZ Supreme Court orders Colleen Mathis reinstated (Blog for Arizona, 11/17/11)
Court orders reinstatement of redistricting official (Arizona Republic, 11/17/11)
Brewer’s attempted redistricting coup is put down (Arizona Republic, 11/17/11)
Court rules Gov. Brewer acted illegally in firing redistricting chair (East Valley Tribune, 11/17/11)
Opinion: Ouster of panel chief was abuse of power (Arizona Republic, 11/17/11)
Open Meeting law case against the AIRC appears to fall apart (Blog for Arizona, 11/17/11)
Key claim struck in bid for AZ redistricting probe (East Valley Tribune, 11/16/11)
Judge to hear Open Meetings law case against AIRC today (Blog for Arizona, 11/16/11)
Attorney wants redistricting commission to stop ‘stonewalling’ investigation (East Valley Tribune, 11/16/11)
Judge to mull whether to end redistricting probe (AzCapitolTimes, 11/16/11)
19 ‘independents’ apply for AIRC chair position (Blog for Arizona, 11/16/11)
Jan Brewer: I am the law (Blog for Arizona, 11/15/11)
What went on in the Republican vote for a new Senate President? (Blog for Arizona, 11/15/11)
Howie Fischer plays Brewer lobbyist (Blog for Arizona, 11/15/11)
Arizona high court rejects recall roadblocks (Arizona Daily Star, 11/15/11)
Brewer: Intent of redistricting initiative irrelevant (Arizona Daily Star, 11/15/11)
Redistricting panel’s lawyers: Board can sue (Arizona Republic, 11/15/11)
Arizona court won’t raise bar on recall elections (Arizona Republic, 11/15/11)
19 apply for Mathis’ seat on redistricting commission (East Valley Tribune, 11/15/11)
Russell Pearce’s sycophants try to score him some free money from the taxpayers (Phoenix New Times, 11/14/11)
Poll deconstructs Pearce recall election (Colorado Independent, 11/14/11)
How Republicans violated open meetings law to oust Mathis (for violating open meetings law) (Blog for Arizona, 11/13/11)
AIRC Update: The briefs are filed – oral arguments on Nov. 17 (Blog for Arizona, 11/12/11)
Lawyer: Mathis’ ouster goes too far (Arizona Daily Star, 11/12/11)
Russell Pearce recall may indicate new political climate (Arizona Republic, 11/12/11)
Brewer: Panel’s leader needed to be stopped (Arizona Republic, 11/12/11)
The Red Queen tries her case in the media, gets facepalmed (Blog for Arizona, 11/12/11)
Ouster of Arizona redistrict chair provokes backlash (Arizona Republic, 11/12/11)
Can Sheriff Joe Arpaio avoid fate of allies? (Arizona Republic, 11/12/11)
Russell Pearce whupped by nearly 12 percent so far (Phoenix New Times, 11/11/11)
Mormon voters recalled AZ’s Pearce over ‘character,’ not immigration (Politico, 11/11/11)
Creators of AZ redistricting process assail governor’s firing of panel chair (East Valley Tribune,11/11/11)
Editorial: Playground politics that hurts us all (Sierra Vista Herald, 11/11/11)
A change in Arizona’s views on immigration? (Blog for Arizona, 11/11/11)
New AZ Senate president chosen: Steve Pierce of Prescott (Arizona Republic, 11/11/11)
Our Tea-Publican lawless legislature spanked by the courts, again (Blog for Arizona, 11/11/11)
Opinion: Will Pearce’s loss save Arizona? (Arizona Republic, 11/10/11)
Jerry Lewis aims for peace with GOP colleagues (Arizona Republic, 11/10/11)
Dethroned: Host of factors helped oust Russell Pearce (Arizona Republic, 11/10/11)
Russell Pearce has many options, analysts (Arizona Republic, 11/10/11)
Brewer can’t even prevaricate effectively (Blog for Arizona, 11/10/11)
Arizonans favor a path to citizenship, ASU poll says (Arizona Republic, 11/10/11)
Yes, you can recall the Red Queen, Jan Brewer (Blog for Arizona, 11/10/11)
What the hell is wrong with Howard Fischer? (Blog for Arizona, 11/10/11)
From Pearce to Pierce: New Senate President (Blog for Arizona, 11/10/11)
Loss a stunning reversal for Pearce (Arizona Daily Star, 11/9/11)
Arizona high court won’t temporarily reinstate official (Arizona Republic, 11/9/11)
Video: Russell Pearce ponders future (Arizona Republic, 11/9/11)
Video: Jerry Lewis victory speech (Arizona Republic, 11/9/11)
Insider: JAN PAC is aiming for impact (Arizona Republic, 11/9/11)
What lies ahead for Russell Pearce? Campaign reimbursement? Sheriff run? (East Valley Tribune,11/9/11)
Did I mention the Pearce forces outspent Lewis by 3-to-1? (Blog for Arizona, 11/9/11)
Arizona’s de facto King Russell Pearce defeated in historic recall (Blog for Arizona, 11/9/11)
AIRC Update: Supreme Court ruling – injunctive relief denied (Blog for Arizona, 11/8/11)
Redistricting — more supreme court filings (The Arizona Eagletarian, 11/8/11)
Unofficial results show Pearce ousted in historic recall election (East Valley Tribune, 11/8/11)
Arizona’s other option – embracing Mexico (Blog for Arizona, 11/8/11)
Author of Arizona immigration law Pearce loses recall fight (LA Times, 11/8/11)
AZ court blocks temporary return of booted redistricting chief (Roll Call, 11/8/11)
Gov. Jan Brewer creates a federal political action committee (Arizona Republic, 11/8/11)
Russell Pearce on verge of historic loss in recall (Arizona Republic, 11/8/11)
Russell Pearce trailing Jerry Lewis in recall election (Arizona Republic, 11/8/11)
Brewer lawyers tell AZ’s high court to butt out of redistricting dispute (East Valley Tribune, 11/8/11)
Arizona Senate president may be ousted over his conservatism (LA Times, 11/7/11)
Jan wants her veto back (Blog for Arizona, 11/7/11)
AIRC Update: FAIR Trust ends the charade and registers as a lobbyist for GOP incumbents (Blog for Arizona, 11/7/11)
AIRC Update: Ruling on injunctive relief Tuesday, scheduling order set (Blog for Arizona, 11/7/11)
Redistricting — Arizona Supreme Court says (The Arizona Eagletarian, 11/7/11)
Arizona headed down the rabbit hole (Blog for Arizona, 11/6/11)
What to expect when you’re expecting a recall — Arizona Senate Regicide edition (The Recall Elections Blog, 11/6/11)
Pearce dirty tricks and last minute desperation (Blog for Arizona, 11/6/11)
Response to the Tea-publican talking points on the AIRC (Blog for Arizona, 11/5/11)
Brewer: Mathis guilty of gross misconduct because, umm… (Blog for Arizona, 11/5/11)
AZ redistricting panel claims Brewer power grab (East Valley Tribune, 11/4/11)
Governor cuts off legal funding for ousted Arizona redistricting panel’s chair (East Valley Tribune,11/4/11)
Arizona courts constitutional crisis over IRC (Blog for Arizona, 11/4/11)
Pearce recall update: It all comes down to voter turnout – VOTE! (Blog for Arizona, 11/4/11)
Arizona’s Open Meeting Law and the AIRC (Blog for Arizona, 11/4/11)
Editorial: Brewer deals out injustice to redistrict panel (Arizona Daily Star, 11/4/11)
Dem Party chair yet to make good on recall threats (AzCapitolTimes, 11/4/11)
Editorial: Gov. Brewer’s power grab (New York Times, 11/4/11)
Top Democrat calls for Gov. Jan Brewer’s ouster over redistricting (LA Times, 11/4/11)
Opinion: Jan Brewer, fighting for special interests and cynical politicos (New York Times, 11/4/11)
Panel to being process of replacing ousted redistricting head (East Valley Tribune, 11/3/11)
Prediction: State Senator Russell Pearce will be kissing his political career goodbye on November 8(Phoenix New Times, 11/3/11)
The wrong way and the right way to report the abuse of power by Gov. Brewer and her Star Chamber (Blog for Arizona, 11/3/11)
Poll: Lewis, Pearce neck-and-neck in recall contest (AzCapitolTimes, 11/3/11)
Opinion: GOP tramples redistricting (Arizona Republic, 11/3/11)
Brewer, GOP blasted over Arizona redistrict panel ouster (Arizona Republic, 11/3/11)
AZ Republic editorial condemns the abuse of power by Gov Brewer and her Star Chamber (Blog for Arizona, 11/3/11)
Arizona Senate, at governor’s urging, ousts chief of redistricting panel (New York Times, 11/2/11)
Registered voters declining in AZ, state numbers show (Arizona Republic, 11/2/11)
Arizona redistricting chair ousted (Arizona Republic, 11/2/11)
Mathis will challenge removal in court (The Explorer, 11/2/11)
Ousted Arizona redistricting panel chair turns to state’s high court (East Valley Tribune, 11/2/11)
Response from the AZ Democratic Party to Tea-publican abuse of power (Blog for Arizona, 11/2/11)
Brewer and her Star Chamber remove the ‘Independent’ from the Independent Redistricting Commission (Blog for Arizona, 11/2/11)
Brewer may call special session to cull redistricting commission (Arizona Daily Star, 11/1/11)
Gov. Jan Brewer removes redistricting chair, calls special session (Phoenix New Times, 11/1/11)
Sen. Frank Antenori’s lame idea rejected as ‘ludicrous’ and ‘irresponsible’ (Blog for Arizona, 11/1/11)
State Senate approves Brewer’s ouster of top Arizona redistricting official (East Valley Tribune,11/1/11)
AIRC Update: The Governor’s Star Chamber and Tea-publican tyranny run amok (Blog for Arizona, 11/1/11)
GOP-led Senate votes to oust redistricting chairwoman (AzCapitolTimes, 11/1/11)
Russell Pearce’s bro Lester Pearce, busted (Phoenix New Times, 11/1/11)
AIRC Update: Action alert (Blog for Arizona, 11/1/11)
Twists and turns in redistricting process (AzCapitolTimes, 10/31/11)
Brewer book tells different story of AZ gov’s meeting with Obama (East Valley Tribune, 10/31/11)
Jan Brewer’s sleazy power grab (The Daily Beast, 10/31/11)
Video: Russell Pearce pummeled in attack ad by Citizens United for Progress (Phoenix New Times,10/31/11)
GOP state lawmaker wants Arizona voters to pick district boundaries (East Valley Tribune, 10/31/11)
Redistricting – the governor did NOT call for a special session (Arizona Eagletarian, 10/31/11)
AIRC Update: Commissioners respond to Brewer, Tea-publican tyranny threatens special session on Tues (Blog for Arizona, 10/31/11)
AIRC Update: Cap Times finally exposes FAIR Trust (Blog for Arizona, 10/31/11)
Pearce recall update: Olivia Cortes to be investigated for campaign-finance law violations (Blog for Arizona, 10/31/11)
Media bias in reporting on the GOP assault on the AIRC (Blog for Arizona, 10/30/11)
Opinion: Brewer’s threat against officials oversteps office (Arizona Republic, 10/30/11)
Opinion: Brewer’s map-panel attack unjustified (Arizona Republic, 10/30/11)
Three AZ redistricting commission members hire legal counsel (Arizona Republic, 10/30/11)
Editorial: Redistricting not an issue to be decided by voters (Sierra Vista Herald, 10/29/11)
Independent, Dems on AZ redistricting panel vote to shore up legal defense – at public expense (East Valley Tribune, 10/29/11)
Poor ol’ Russell Pearce is getting picked on (just ask Russell Pearce) (Blog for Arizona, 10/29/11)
Goldwater Institute: Vouchers on steroids for everyone! (Blog for Arizona, 10/29/11)
Pearce recall update: ‘Outsider’ Pearce should look in the mirror (Blog for Arizona, 10/29/11)
GOP staffers cross the line at Tea-Publican Committee to Interfere with the AIRC (Blog for Arizona, 10/29/11)
Pearce recall election: Finance reports shed light on efforts (Arizona Republic, 10/29/11)
Russell Pearce’s extremist pals, including a neo-Nazi, donate to Patriots for Pearce (Phoenix New Times, 10/28/11)
Most of Pearce’s campaign money from outside Mesa (Arizona Republic, 10/28/11)
Tom Horne disqualified by conflict of interest from pursuing his AIRC witch hunt (Blog for Arizona, 10/28/11)
Arizona to audit 3 GOP campaign groups (Arizona Republic, 10/28/11)
Olivia Cortes to be investigated for campaign-finance law violations (Arizona Republic, 10/28/11)
AIRC Update: Brewer’s ‘nuclear option’ includes election rigging plan to repeal Prop. 106 (Blog for Arizona, 10/28/11)
Lame-duck Governor Brewer threatens the AIRC: Give her a piece of your mind (Blog for Arizona, 10/27/11)
AZ GOP congressional caucus (FAIR Trust) is strong-arming governor and legislature on AIRC (Blog for Arizona, 10/27/11)
Brewer to redistricting panel members: I want answers (Arizona Republic, 10/27/11)
Redistricting – Brewer threatens AIRC, takes tea party bait (The Arizona Eagletarian, 10/26/11)
Russell Pearce’s pals Tom Tancredo and Bay Buchanan pony up a measly $424 to save Russ (Phoenix New Times, 10/26/11)
Brewer takes first step in removal of redistricting commissioners (AzCapitolTimes, 10/26/11)
AZ governor starts impeachment process against redistricting panel (Roll Call, 10/26/11)
‘Paranoia strikes deep’ at the Tea-Publican Committee to Interfere with the AIRC (Blog for Arizona, 10/26/11)
Lawmakers consider recalling redistricting panel members over gripes (East Valley Tribune,10/25/11)
Pearce recall update: Pearce plagiarism scandal (Blog for Arizona, 10/25/11)
Small changes to AZ redistricting map would mean a big win for democracy (Prisoners of the Census, 10/25/11)
AIRC Update: Prison Policy Institute submits testimony to AIRC on prison-based gerrymandering(Blog for Arizona, 10/25/11)
Jan Brewer vs. Uncle Sam (Salon, 10/24/11)
New AZ recall scandal: Did Tea Party leader Pearce plagiarize (again) for “White Nationalist” press?(Huffington Post, 10/24/11)
Pimps for private prisons and profit (Blog for Arizona, 10/24/11)
DNC ad goes after Romney in Arizona (New York Times, 10/24/11)
AIRC Update: Tea-publican Legislative Committee on interfering with the AIRC ejects reporter (Blog for Arizona, 10/22/11)
Marijuana club’s lawyer accuses governor, AG of playing politics (East Valley Tribune, 10/22/11)
Federal judge dismisses Governor’s SB 1070 counterclaim (Blog for Arizona, 10/22/11)
Brewer’s lawsuit over Obama immigration policy dismissed (Arizona Republic, 10/22/11)
Opinion: Immigration reform: Knocking down political fences (Arizona Republic, 10/22/11)
Panel: Maps may need a full review (Arizona Republic, 10/22/11)
AZ redistricting special session called likely (East Valley Tribune, 10/21/11)
Judge dismisses Arizona’s suit against feds over immigration law (East Valley Tribune, 10/21/11)
Redistricting – Joint Lege committee on interfering with the AIRC – first hearing (The Arizona Eagletarian, 10/21/11)
Judge nixes Arizona’s countersuit against US over border (Politico, 10/21/11)
Arizona redistricting special session called likely (East Valley Tribune, 10/21/11)
Pearce challenger’s campaign donors largely in Mesa (East Valley Tribune, 10/21/11)
Judge dismisses Arizona’s suit against feds over immigration law (East Valley Tribune, 10/21/11)
Brewer uses her book to bemoan ‘condescending’ Obama (East Valley Tribune, 10/20/11)
Officials: Recall race mailer is deceptive (East Valley Tribune, 10/20/11)
Arizona AG asked to start campaign-finance probe (AzCapitolTimes, 10/20/11)
Appeals court hears arguments in dispute over Arizona Medicaid cuts (East Valley Tribune,10/19/11)
AIRC Update: Tea-publicans plan legislative interference with the ‘independent’ commission (Blog for Arizona, 10/19/11)
Info sought on sources of mailers in Mesa recall (East Valley Tribune, 10/17/11)
Judge scrutinizes leftover cash in public funding of candidates (East Valley Tribune, 10/17/11)
Arizona state-funded health care rolls drop sharply in September (East Valley Tribune, 10/17/11)
AZ Dem Chair: GOP throws a redistricting hissy fit (Arizona Republic, 10/15/11)
A first round victory for AZ workers: Secret ballot legal challenge to go forward (Blog for Arizona, 10/14/11)
Mesa’s Watergate: Cortes’ campaign conspirators should come clean (AzCapitolTimes, 10/14/11)
The Arizona Republic endorses Jerry Lewis in Pearce recall (Blog for Arizona, 10/14/11)
Endorsement: Lewis best pick in Pearce recall (Arizona Republic, 10/14/11)
Video: The Mormon divide between Pearce and his church on immigration (Blog for Arizona, 10/14/11)
Judge hands Arizona setback in dispute over union ballots (East Valley Tribune, 10/13/11)
Some hopeful gems from Pearce’s money pitch (Blog for Arizonaa, 10/13/11)
Prices for Tucson homes fall to near 2000 levels (Arizona Daily Star, 10/12/11)
AZ Republicans vow to desecrate Grand Canyon by opening it up for uranium mining (Blog for Arizona, 10/12/11)
AIRC Update: Bipartisan agreement on Green Valley/Sahuarita – will the AIRC listen? (Blog for Arizona, 10/12/11)
Pearce recall update: Jerry Lewis leads in ‘rumored’ poll (Blog for Arizona, 10/11/11)
Does Al Melvin actually believe what he wrote? (Tucson Weekly, 10/11/11)
AIRC Update: A plan to divide and conquer Baja Arizona (Blog for Arizona, 10/11/11)
Sen. Cap’n Al Melvin plays ’spin doctor’ in the Star (Blog for Arizona, 10/11/11)
Opinion: State reaps benefits of Republican Legislature’s pro-business decisions (Arizona Daily Star,10/11/11)
Downturn may slow predicted ‘Sun Corridor’ boom (Arizona Daily Star, 10/10/11)
Phoenix-area real estate collapse echoed troubles (Arizona Republic, 10/9/11)
Call the ‘Wahmbulance’ – Robert Robb whines the AIRC is unfair to tea party (Blog for Arizona, 10/9/11)
Grand Canyon Institute: ‘Keep Redistricting Independent’ (Blog for Arizona, 10/9/11)
Redistricting critics get tad carried away (Arizona Daily Star, 10/9/11)
Arizona prison sentences among toughest for many crimes (Arizona Republic, 10/9/11)
Gov. Brewer to form task force aimed at improving CPS (Arizona Republic, 10/8/11)
Judge finds manipulation in recall vote in Arizona (New York Times, 10/8/11)
AIRC Update: ASU Professor Jennifer Steen on Arizona redistricting (Blog for Arizona, 10/8/11)
Brewer goes on tour, singing Arizona’s praises (Arizona Daily Star, 10/8/11)
Opinion: New map sets up political shootout (Arizona Republic, 10/8/11)
Brewer defends request to feds for health-insurance exchange (Arizona Republic, 10/7/11)
Can Olivia Cortez still get Russell Pearce elected now that she’s no longer ‘running’ for his seat?(Phoenix New Times, 10/7/11)
‘Occupy’ movement is coming to Phoenix (Arizona Republic, 10/7/11)
Opinion: Cortes’ withdrawal shouldn’t be the end (Arizona Republic, 10/7/11)
Maricopa County tops list for home vacancies (Arizona Republic, 10/7/11)
Arizona jobs forecast in 2011, 2012 worse than originally projected (Arizona Republic, 10/7/11)
Opinion: Shared interests should count in redistricting (Arizona Republic, 10/7/11)
Russell Pearce Tea Party supporters continue to take advantage of Hispanic candidate Cortes (Tucson Citizen, 10/6/11)
A court hearing reveals Olivia Cortes as a bumbling idiot (Phoenix New Times, 10/6/11)
Cortes is out. (She was never in.) (Arizona Republic, 10/6/11)
Arizona Gov defends health exchange request (Forbes, 10/6/11)
Brewer uses Arkansas road trip to rail against Obama (East Valley Tribune, 10/6/11)
Opinion: Subsidy game is not good bet for Arizona (Arizona Republic, 10/6/11)
AIRC Update: FAIR Trust defines ‘fair and nonpartisan’ as ‘permanent Republican majority’ (Blog for Arizona, 10/6/11)
Pearce recall: Arizona high court declines to block Cortes hearing (Arizona Republic, 10/6/11)
Olivia Cortes withdraws from ‘Recall Pearce’ election (Blog for Arizona, 10/6/11)
Russell Pearce’s sham candidate, Olivia Cortes, withdraws from LD18 recall race (Phoenix New Times, 10/6/11)
Republicans rip Arizona congressional map (Arizona Republic, 10/6/11)
Brewer, other GOP officials critical of redistricting map (Arizona Daily Star, 10/6/11)
Cortes’ lawyer asks Supreme court to dismiss lawsuit, stop hearing (AzCapitolTimes, 10/5/11)
Cortes stays on Pearce ballot but foes press on (Phoenix Business Journal, 10/5/11)
New Arizona congressional map may alter races for Congress (Arizona Republic, 10/5/11)
House Democrats gain with new Arizona map (National Journal, 10/5/11)
Republican leaders blast IRC over congressional maps (AzCapitolTimes, 10/5/11)
Dems poised for gains in Arizona remap (Politico, 10/5/11)
Brewer says draft redistricting map favors Democrats (East Valley Tribune, 10/5/11)
Pearce recall update: Evidentiary hearing on ’sham’ candidacy this Friday (Blog for Arizona, 10/5/11)
Russell Pearce’s sham candidate’s lawyer seeks to stop Friday hearing (Phoenix New Times, 10/5/11)
AIRC Update: ‘Independent’ redistricting is the opposite of incumbent protection (Blog for Arizona, 10/4/11)
AIRC update: One map down, one map to go (Blog for Arizona, 10/4/11)
Attorney: Witnesses will say Cortes candidacy in Pearce recall is a ’sham’ (East Valley Tribune,10/4/11)
Redistricting draft map in Arizona favors Democrats (Washington Post, 10/4/11)
AIRC Update: About those applications of commissioners (Blog for Arizona, 10/4/11)
Palin pens foreword to Gov. Brewer’s book (Arizona Republic, 10/4/11)
Olivia Cortes will remain on ballot in Pearce recall, court rules (Arizona Republic, 10/4/11)
AIRC update: Chair Mathis’ latest ‘compromise’ map (Blog for Arizona, 10/3/11)
Pearce recall update: Olivia Cortes to remain on the ballot (Blog for Arizona, 10/3/11)
Federal funds flowing to Arizona have doubled in the past 10 years (East Valley Tribune, 10/2/11)
Arizona budget slashing reshapes state (Arizona Republic, 10/2/11)
AIRC Update: Hispanic Coalition objects to the Chair’s ‘working’ map (Blog for Arizona, 10/2/11)
Private services gaining toehold in Tucson (Arizona Daily Star, 10/2/11)
Cortes is ignorant – and might be a dupe for Pearce (Arizona Daily Star, 10/2/11)
Hispanics denounce draft map of districts (Arizona Daily Star, 10/2/11)
Experts: Full recovery of Arizona’s economy still several years away (East Valley Tribune, 10/1/11)
AZ agencies get creative to cope with budget cutbacks (Arizona Republic, 10/1/11)
Opinion: Different views do not equal ‘disenfranchised’ (Arizona Daily Star, 10/1/11)
Pearce recall update: ‘Sham’ candidacy exposed, but will the Court act? (Blog for Arizona, 9/30/11)
AIRC update: Compounding the error of their way (Blog for Arizona, 9/30/11)
Tentative Arizona congressional map emerges (Arizona Republic, 9/30/11)
Pearce Recall update: Citizens for a Better Arizona ad (Blog for Arizona, 9/30/11)
AZ to host GOP presidential debate in Dec (Tucson Citizen, 9/30/11)
Opinion: The 12% solution: Russell Pearce may not be as formidable as he appears (AZCapitolTimes, 9/30/11)
Proposed AZ map clusters Republicans (East Valley Tribune, 9/30/11)
SOS investigates pro-Cortes signs; Mesa removes them (AZCapitolTimes, 9/30/11)
Opinion: Cortes campaign could ultimately bite Pearce (East Valley Tribune, 9/30/11)
State election officials launch investigation into Cortes signs (East Valley Tribune, 9/30/11)
Commentary: The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission needs to hear from you (Tucson Weekly, 9/30/11)
Mystery group files eight initiatives with Sec of State (Arizona Republic, 9/30/11)
Will Cortes controversy bring down Russell Pearce? (Arizona Republic, 9/30/11)
Judge weighs fate of Cortes campaign (Arizona Republic, 9/30/11)
Arizona group seeking way to sustain K-12 funding (Arizona Republic, 9/30/11)
Sec of State to investigate Cortes signs (Arizona Republic, 9/30/11)
Arizona to host GOP candidates’ debate on Dec 1 (Arizona Daily Star, 9/30/11)
Editorial: Who is ‘candidate’ trying to fool? (Arizona Republic, 9/29/11)
Russell Pearce skewered by CBA in TV ad (Phoenix New Times, 9/29/11)
Cortes tells judge she’s in recall race to win (East Valley Tribune, 9/29/11)
Arizona to hold GOP debate on Dec. 1 (New York Times, 9/29/11)
Arizona, playing ball, gets debate (Politico, 9/29/11)
Arizona seeks court’s OK to trim health benefits to state workers (Tucson Citizen, 9/29/11)
Arizona’s Jan Brewer misses 2nd straight US-Mexico border governors conference (Christian Science Monitor, 9/28/11)
Brewer seeks to deny gay workers’ partner benefits (Arizona Daily Star, 9/28/11)
Redistricting Commission asks Court to rule on independence of commission (The Range, 9/28/11)
Brewer defends $500K salary of commerce authority president (Yuma Sun, 9/28/11)
Opinion: Keep Arizona’s growing rural communities whole (East Valley Tribune, 9/28/11)
Olivia Cortes accepts invite to debate…this will be interesting (Arizona Republic, 9/28/11)
Brewer won’t attend border meeting (Arizona Republic, 9/28/11)
Russell Pearce lashes out at recall election (ABC 15, 9/28/11)
Pearce recall update: Court hearing on Thursday (Blog for Arizona, 9/28/11)
AIRC Update: The Commission takes a major step backwards (Blog for Arizona, 9/28/11)
Cortes agrees to take part in Mesa chamber’s recall election forum (East Valley Tribune, 9/28/11)
Pearce’s ‘rival’: Our very own mythical creature (Arizona Republic, 9/28/11)
Olivia Cortes watch gets stranger (Arizona Republic, 9/27/11)
Pearce warns of political repercussions over Cardon’s Commerce Authority salary (East Valley Tribune, 9/27/11)
Redistricting group wants judge to quash AG’s investigation (East Valley Tribune, 9/27/11)
AIRC public hearing in Tucson this morning – your testimony is requested (Blog for Arizona, 9/27/11)
New law on union funding blocked (Arizona Daily Star, 9/27/11)
Open primary system would kill Arizona’s sole municipal partisan race in Tucson (East Valley Tribune, 9/27/11)
Initiative filed to scrap Arizona’s partisan primary system (East Valley Tribune, 9/27/11)
Pearce, Lewis to debate Oct. 6 at Mesa chamber forum (East Valley Tribune, 9/27/11)
Russell Pearce’s ’sham’ candidate cries ‘racism’ (Phoenix New Times, 9/26/11)
Federal judge rules Arizona’s ‘paycheck deception’ law is unconstitutional (Blog for Arizona, 9/26/11)
Pearce recall update: Lawsuit filed over Pearce-Cortes election fraud scheme (Blog for Arizona, 9/24/11)
Russell Pearce’s brother Judge Lester Pearce campaigns despite ethics rules (Blog for Arizona, 9/24/11)
Complaint about Mesa recall candidate turned aside (East Valley Tribune, 9/23/11)
Russell Pearce’s Olivia Cortes fiasco: Complaint shot down by SOS, Lawsuit will be filed soon (Phoenix New Times, 9/23/11)
Lawsuit challenges candidate in Mesa recall vote (East Valley Tribune, 9/23/11)
Pearce recall update: Pearce-Cortes election fraud scandal exposed (Blog for Arizona, 9/23/11)
Redistricting commissioners argue over criteria (AzCapitolTimes, 9/23/11)
State will not investigate recall candidate Cortes (Arizona Republic, 9/23/11)
Business tax-reform champions say measure might finally have a chance (AzCapitolTimes, 9/23/11)
Lawyer attempts a Hail Mary pass to boot a fraudulent candidate off the recall ballot (Phoenix New Times, 9/22/11)
Gov. Jan Brewer says China trip will help bring new jobs (Arizona Republic, 9/21/11)
Opinion: Setting the record straight on Pearce recall (East Valley Tribune, 9/21/11)
Pearce recall update: Pearce desperate, Jerry Lewis airs first ad (Blog for Arizona, 9/20/11)
AIRC Update: ‘Tell me who you are and who you represent’ (Blog for Arizona, 9/20/11)
Story of stealth candidate in Pearce recall has MSM legs (Blog for Arizona, 9/19/11)
Russell Pearce/Olivia Cortes probe requested by ex-LD 18 candidate (Blog for Arizona, 9/19/11)
Brewer turns the revolving door between lobbying firms and her staff into an open door (Blog for Arizona, 9/18/11)
The GOP war on organized labor leads to political realignment (Blog for Arizona, 9/18/11)
Pearce’s supporters in LD19 outed as Olivia Cortes petition gatherers (Phoenix New Times, 9/17/11)
AHCCCS cases proceeding in court (Blog for Arizona, 9/16/11)
Two tax proposals under consideration, possibly initiatives to the ballot (Blog for Arizona, 9/16/11)
Court didn’t halt AHCCCS co-payments (Arizona Daily Star, 9/16/11)
AIRC Update: Prison-based gerrymandering of districts (Blog for Arizona, 9/16/11)
Navajos seek tribal-dominated district in Arizona (Arizona Republic, 9/16/11)
(Update) Pimps for private prisons and profit (Blog for Arizona, 9/16/11)
AIRC Update: Commissioners start to lawyer up (Blog for Arizona, 9/16/11)
Video: Tom Horne’s redistricting investigation blasted by ex-AG Terry Goddard (Phoenix New Times, 9/16/11)
AIRC Update: Cooperation among Tribal Nations could lead to a ‘coalition’ VRA District (Blog for Arizona, 9/16/11)
Hopi chairman says same district with Navajos OK (AzCapitolTimes, 9/15/11)
Arizona court agrees to consider Medicaid enrollment cut (Arizona Republic, 9/15/11)
Another GOP myth debunked: Outsourcing to private contractors does not save money (Blog for Arizona, 9/15/11)
Editorial: Tell Legislature your priorities for state spending (Arizona Daily Star, 9/14/11)
Pearce recall gets go-ahead from state’s high court (Arizona Republic, 9/14/11)
Pearce recall update: Oh, it’s on (Blog for Arizona, 9/14/11)
Horne reveals his attitude toward MAS and Latinos: Destroy them before they destroy us (Blog for Arizona, 9/14/11)
Arizona among poorest states (Arizona Daily Sun, 9/14/11)
AZ Redistricting Commission wrangles with prison-based gerrymandering (Prisoners of the Census, 9/14/11)
More in Arizona lack health insurance (Arizona Republic, 9/14/11)
Arizona cities lag far behind other metro areas in economic growth (East Valley Tribune, 9/13/11)
Brewer keeps presidential primary on Feb. 28 (Arizona Republic, 9/13/11)
Lawsuit aims to block Arizona private-prison plans (Arizona Republic, 9/13/11)
Arizona’s proposed revenue-neutral flat tax shifts tax burden from rich to the rest of us (Blog for Arizona, 9/13/11)
Limits on abortion take effect in Arizona (Arizona Republic, 9/13/11)
AZ AG says ethnic/Mexican Studies ‘must be destroyed’ (Huffington Post, 9/12/11)
La Raza ends boycott of Arizona (Colorado Independent, 9/12/11)
GOP ethics trials this week (Blog for Arizona, 9/12/11)
ALEC and the AZ Legislature: Defund ACORN (Blog for Arizona, 9/12/11)
Video: Russell Pearce’s Olivia Cortes fiasco (Phoenix New Times, 9/12/11)
Russell Pearce’s pals sign petition for wannabe Pearce foe Olivia Cortes (Phoenix New Times, 9/12/11)
No shame: Cortes signature gatherers admit she’s running to split the vote (Blog for Arizona, 9/12/11)
AZ to hold Feb. 28 primary, Brewer announces (National Journal, 9/12/11)
Pimps for private prisons and profit (Blog for Arizona, 9/12/11)
Getting proactive about rejecting the flat tax (Blog for Arizona, 9/11/11)
AZ senator will host forums on flat tax (Arizona Daily Star, 9/11/11)
Three border congressional districts on table (Arizona Daily Star, 9/10/11)
Opinion: Beware the flat-tax scheme, which rewards the rich and punishes the middle class(Arizona Daily Star, 9/10/11)
Pearce recall update: Pearce’s stalking horse candidate files, petition challenge likely (Blog for Arizona, 9/10/11)
Gov. Jan Brewer unveils education site (Arizona Republic, 9/9/11)
Redistricting — mapping discussions continue (The Arizona Eagletarian, 9/9/11)
Redistricting — the plot thickens (The Arizona Eagletarian, 9/9/11)
National Council of La Raza calls off boycott (Arizona Republic, 9/9/11)
Brewer to lead delegation on trade mission to China (Arizona Republic, 9/9/11)
Pearce recall election: 3 candidates poised to be on ballot (Arizona Republic, 9/9/11)
A more “open” governor… (Arizona Republic, 9/9/11)
GOP presidential field seeks Brewer endorsement (Arizona Republic, 9/9/11)
Pearce faces two challengers; Cortes’ motives questioned (East Valley Tribune, 9/9/11)
Moody’s downgrades AZ highway revenue bonds due to raids on funds (East Valley Tribune, 9/9/11)
Pearce supporter and Tea Party chairman Greg Western submits sigs for Olivia Cortes (Phoenix New Times, 9/9/11)
Complaint filed against AIRC Commissioner Richard Stertz (Blog for Arizona, 9/8/11)
Commentary: Judicial rebukes shrink Legislature’s role (Arizona Republic, 9/8/11)
Cortes circulator says campaign is pro-Pearce effort (Arizona Republic, 9/8/11)
Pearce “opponent” Olivia Cortes’ purpose to “dilute” the vote, signature gatherers (Phoenix New Times, 9/8/11)
Brewer’s response to school children: Let them eat websites! (Blog for Arizona, 9/8/11)
Arizona launches education push with goals, web site (AZCapitolTimes, 9/8/11)

Redistricting officials face new allegations (AzCapitolTimes, 9/8/11)
Arizona continues fighting the bad fight (Arizona Republic, 9/8/11)
Brewer touts ed-reform plan guilt around website (Tucson Sentinel, 9/8/11)
Brewer launches website on school improvements (Arizona Daily Sun, 9/8/11)
Brewer: No guarantee of surplus money for schools, won’t rule out more cuts (East Valley Tribune,9/8/11)
Guard troops at AZ border to stay additional 90 days (Arizona Republic, 9/8/11)
Redistricting — transparency, racially polarized voting and smelling blood! (The Arizona Eagletarian, 9/7/11)
Court: Arizona same-sex partners entitled to benefits (Arizona Republic, 9/6/11)
Lawsuits target fees, charges at Arizona prisons (Arizona Republic, 9/6/11)
On domestic partner benefits, will GOP lawmakers finally do the right thing? (Arizona Republic,9/6/11)
Public employee union leaders decry political attacks (Arizona Republic, 9/6/11)
Appeals court upholds same-sex benefits in Arizona (Reuters, 9/6/11)
Judges: AZ must cover gay state workers’ partners during dispute (East Valley Tribune, 9/6/11)
Redistricting — transparency, prison populations and more (The Arizona Eagletarian, 9/6/11)
Federal court finds the AZ legislature and Gov. Brewer illegally raided transportation funds (Blog for Arizona, 9/6/11)
ALEC and the AZ Legislature: Anti-Affirmative Action Initiative (Blog for Arizona, 9/5/11)
Inmate visits now carry added cost in Arizona (New York Times, 9/4/11)
Arizona prison businesses are big political contributors (Arizona Republic, 9/4/11)
I’m beginning to believe that AZ’s GOP lawmakers really *don’t* understand the rule of law (Blog for Arizona, 9/4/11)
Brewer’s Commerce Authority has barely started, but it is already wasting hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars…(Blog for Arizona, 9/4/11)
Arizona loses conservative edge in nation (Arizona Republic, 9/4/11)
Redistricting documents were available (Arizona Republic, 9/4/11)
AZ redistricting panel is under attack, even before its work is done (New York Times, 9/3/11)
Arizona must reinstate transit programs, judge rules (Arizona Republic, 9/3/11)
Brewer decides against moving Arizona primary to January (Arizona Republic, 9/3/11)
Brewer: AZ awarded GOP presidential debate. Gov bails on plan to move primary to Jan. 31 (Phoenix New Times, 9/2/11)
Arizona gets GOP debate as Brewer keeps presidential primary options open (East Valley Tribune,9/2/11)
ALEC and the AZ Legislature: For-profit colleges (Blog for Arizona, 9/2/11)
Arizona primary won’t move up, Jan Brewer decides (Politico, 9/2/11)
Arizona’s GOP primary stays put, for now (New York Times, 9/2/11)
Arizona holds off on scrambling GOP primary schedule (Wall Street Journal, 9/2/11)
AZ gov decides against moving up primary to Jan (Forbes, 9/2/11)
Census shows Arizona school districts cut 10,000 jobs (East Valley Tribune, 9/2/11)
Brewer wants early 2012 presidential primary ‘if at all possible’ (AZCapitolTimes, 9/2/11)
Brewer: Pay down debt with state’s early surplus (Arizona Public Media, 9/2/11)
AZ Commerce Authority spending $40K per month on new private offices (Phoenix Business Journal,9/2/11)
Legislature plays favorites with tough-talking sheriff — and public pays for it (East Valley Tribune,9/2/11)
Opinion: Arizona Voting Rights challenge may be a historic game changer (Arizona Republic,9/1/11)
Dems: Hire new teachers with Commerce Authority CEO’s pay hike (Blog for Arizona, 9/1/11)
Arizona GOP raffling off Glock gun (Politico, 9/1/11)
Latino pressure on redistricting effort (Arizona Daily Star, 9/1/11)
Redistricting – Teleconferencing and false dichotomies (Arizona Eagletarian, 9/1/11)
State group creates high-wage job for CEO (Phoenix Business Journal, 9/1/11)
Don Cardon’s $300K salary brings heat for Commerce Authority (Phoenix Business Journal, 9/1/11)
Firm must disclose its redistricting contacts (Arizona Republic, 9/1/11)
Ex-GOP chairman says potential AZ debate figures into primary decision (AZCapitolTimes, 9/1/11)
Border chief to local officials: Violence concerns overblown (East Valley Tribune, 9/1/11)

Will Arizona scramble the GOP primary calendar? (New York Times, 8/31/11)
Commerce Authority head getting big raise from taxpayers (Tucson Sentinel, 8/31/11)
AZ Commerce Authority’s first order of business: Pay CEO $300K (Phoenix Business Journal,8/31/11)
Arizona lobbyists running for mayors of Phoenix and Tucson (Blog for Arizona, 8/31/11)
AZ high court to weigh transfer of Pearce recall case (East Valley Tribune, 8/31/11)
Mesa sees more signs pop up too early in Pearce recall (East Valley Tribune, 8/30/11)
State agrees to stop forcing schools to reassign English teachers with accents (East Valley Tribune,8/30/11)
Once again, Legislature looks at consolidating school districts (East Valley Tribune, 8/30/11)
GOP voter suppression: Photo ID requirements (Blog for Arizona, 8/30/11)
ALEC and the AZ Legislature: Eminent Domain (Blog for Arizona, 8/30/11)

Goddard weighs in on Horne’s redistricting commission probe (AzCapitolTimes, 8/29/11)
ALEC and the Arizona Legislature: State sovereignty (Blog for Arizona, 8/29/11)
Tom Horne and the felonious five threaten the Voting Rights Act (Blog for Arizona, 8/29/11)
Dem leader: Tell Gov. Brewer to follow the law (Blog for Arizona, 8/27/11)
Goddard & Johnson: Stop attacking redistricting commission (Arizona Republic, 8/27/11)
The Christian Taliban: Reducing women to 2nd class citizens, one law at a time (Blog for Arizona, 8/26/11)
Arizona sues over Voting Rights Act (Arizona Republic, 8/26/11)
Arizona lawsuit takes aim at Voting Rights Act (Think Progress, 8/26/11)
Arizona locks horns (again) with federal government (Wall Street Journal, 8/26/11)
Tom Horne sues to overthrow Voting Rights Act – what’s next, a return to slavery? (Phoenix New Times, 8/25/11)
Arizona sues federal government over voter rights law (Reuters, 8/25/11)
AZ’s political media: ‘pay no attention to that man behind the curtain’ (Blog for Arizona, 8/24/11)
Arizona abortion-law challenge goes on (Arizona Republic, 8/24/11)
Both sides in Pearce recall dispute seek to speed things up (East Valley Tribune, 8/23/11)
Critic says no Arizona redistricting ‘hidden agendas’ (East Valley Tribune, 8/23/11)

Brewer: If ‘Scorpions for Breakfast’ book is late, blame Obama (East Valley Tribune, 8/22/11)
AIRC Update: Transparency for the media, but not for political lobbyists? (Blog for Arizona, 8/22/11)
Planned Parenthood to end abortions at 7 Arizona sites (Arizona Republic, 8/19/11)

Redistricting commission picks initial ‘grid’ maps (AzCapitolTimes, 8/18/11)
Pearce foe in recall calls SB1070 ‘good start’ (AZCapitolTimes, 8/18/11)
Arizona private-prison delay urges (Arizona Republic, 8/17/11)
Arizona could pick up tab for Pearce’s recall fight (East Valley Tribune, 8/16/11)
In Open Primary plan for Arizona, a call for moderation (New York Times, 8/15/11)
Round 1 goes to Jerry Lewis (AZCapitolTimes, 8/15/11)
Open government committee launches top-two open primary ballot initiative in AZ (California IVN, 8/15/11)
While Pearce garners high-powered endorsements, Lewis scores local influence (East Valley Tribune,8/6/11)
Twenty-nine AZ Republican legislators attend ALEC conference in New Orleans (Blog for Arizona, 8/5/11)
The disturbing copy-and-paste habits of Russell Pearce (Salon, 8/3/11)
JULY 2011
Prison-based gerrymandering of districts (Blog for Arizona, 7/31/11)
AIRC public hearings in Baja Arizona this weekend (Blog for Arizona, 7/31/11)
Mail elections unfair to write-in candidates, GOP says (Arizona Daily Star, 7/31/11)
Commentary: Arizona’s two-party circus not working (Arizona Republic, 7/30/11)
Tax deduction for border fence donation? No guarantees (East Valley Tribune, 7/30/11)
Opinion: Let’s hope for a recall worth remembering (AZCapitolTimes, 7/29/11)
Republicans asked to sign letter supporting Pearce (AZCapitolTimes, 7/29/11)
New law requires licensing agencies to verify applicants’ legal residence (East Valley Tribune,7/29/11)
AZ’s Redistricting Commission should regard the Tea Party as disruptive loons (Phoenix New Times,7/28/11)
Opinion: Pima GOP missed its chance to uphold true Republican principles (Arizona Daily Star,7/28/11)
Lewis makes run against Pearce in recall official (East Valley Tribune, 7/27/11)
First declared candidate enters recall against Pearce; another one likely (East Valley Tribune,7/26/11)
Lewis: Focus of campaign would be that he’s not Pearce (East Valley Tribune, 7/26/11)
National political committee forms to help Pearce in recall election (East Valley Tribune, 7/25/11)
Tancredo forms group opposing Pearce recall (AzCapitolTimes, 7/25/11)
Pearce challenger Jerry Lewis to make it official (AzCapitolTimes, 7/25/11)
Is ALEC behind Terri Proud’s efforts to delegitimize the AIRC? (Blog for Arizona, 7/25/11)
Editorial: Districting panel’s distractions need to be swept away (Arizona Daily Star, 7/24/11)
Stacking a commission to produce the desired result (Blog for Arizona, 7/24/11)
Public employee pension reforms — a manufactured ‘crisis’ (Blog for Arizona, 7/24/11)
Let’s learn more about Arizona’s newest political party, Americans Elect (Blog for Arizona, 7/24/11)
Question for our Tea-Publican legislature and governor: Where are the jobs? (Blog for Arizona, 7/24/11)
Oral arguments in ‘King’ Russell Pearce challenge to recall set for Aug 8 (Blog for Arizona, 7/24/11)
Interesting pattern to the sounds emanating from AZ Attorney General’s office (Blog for Arizona, 7/23/11)
Arizona job growth lagging forecast (Arizona Republic, 7/22/11)
Panel pushes AZ Lottery privatization, other state government changes (East Valley Tribune,7/21/11)
Brewer could move up presidential primary (Yuma Sun, 7/21/11)
Tea-publicans whine, AG Tom Horne launches an investigation based upon their conspiracy theory(Blog for Arizona, 7/21/11)
Horne investigates redistricting commission over alleged procurement, open meeting violations(East Valley Tribune, 7/21/11)
Horne investigating Arizona redistricting panel (Arizona Daily Star, 7/21/11)
Arizona AG investigating redistricting panel (Arizona Republic, 7/21/11)
Tea-publican tyranny in AZ: Threatening and intimidating the AIRC (Blog for Arizona, 7/21/11)
Commentary: Politicians blow smoke on medical marijuana (Arizona Republic, 7/21/11)
AIRC presentation about the redistricting process (Blog for Arizona, 7/21/11)
Redistricting  – blood sport heats up (The Arizona Eagletarian, 7/21/11)
Chamber leader says state immigration law jumble harms business (East Valley Tribune, 7/20/11)
Redistricting — How low will they go? (The Arizona Eagletarian, 7/20/11)
Arizona has a new political party (Arizona Republic, 7/20/11)
Arizona now can build border fence (Arizona Republic, 7/20/11)
Arizona border-fence donations: $39K in first 17 hours (Arizona Republic, 7/20/11)
More turmoil in Pima County GOP (Fox11, 7/19/11)
Jan Brewer rushes to Pearce’s aid (Blog for Arizona, 7/19/11)
Commentary: Brewer rushes to puppeteer’s aid (Arizona Republic, 7/19/11)
‘King’ Russell Pearce not so confident – legal challenge filed to recall election (Blog for Arizona, 7/19/11)
Opinion: Creators of AZ redistricting panel discuss initiative’s goals (Arizona Republic, 7/18/11)
Suit asks judge to throw out all signatures on Pearce recall petitions (East Valley Tribune, 7/18/11)
Pearce files challenge to recall (Arizona Republic, 7/18/11)
Commentary: Pearce recall uncalled for (East Valley Tribune, 7/17/11)
Former mayor: recall undermines democratic process (East Valley Tribune, 7/16/11)
Lawsuit filed to challenge unconstitutional public pension reform law (Blog for Arizona, 7/15/11)
Mesa charter school administrator explores challenging Pearce in recall (East Valley Tribune,7/15/11)
Pearce files statement for recall election (East Valley Tribune, 7/15/11)
‘Marijuana clubs’ test limits of embattled Arizona medical pot law (East Valley Tribune, 7/15/11)
Guns in Arizona: Sales at record pace (Arizona Republic, 7/15/11)
Hispanic activist sues Pearce over removal from AZ Senate (East Valley Tribune, 7/14/11)
Unions sue AZ over plan to make public employees pay more for pensions (East Valley Tribune,7/14/11)
Tucson lawmaker seeks to return district-drawing power to Legislature (East Valley Tribune,7/13/11)
AZ Dem Party: Keep Arizona’s redistricting independent! (Blog for Arizona, 7/12/11)
Brewer signs off on November recall election for Pearce (East Valley Tribune, 7/12/11)
Brewer calls for special election while Pearce says he’s staying to fight (AzCapitolTimes, 7/12/11)
Lawmaker says pointing gun at reporter wasn’t deliberate (East Valley Tribune, 7/11/11)
Arizona eyes more private prisons contracts (Deseret News, 7/11/11)
Guns in AZ: Legislator’s hot-pink gun highlights debate (Arizona Republic, 7/10/11)
Russell Pearce recall: Enough signatures to force election (Arizona Republic, 7/9/11)
Health benefits cuts begin, as Medicaid enrollment freeze takes effect (East Valley Tribune, 7/9/11)
GOP lawmakers catch heat from constituents over budget, benefits votes (Nogales International,7/8/11)
Arizona redistricting timetable taking shape (East Valley Tribune, 7/8/11)
AZ Legislature: Anti-abortion AND anti-child (Arizona Republic, 7/6/11)
Leader of Pima County GOP faces removal effort (Arizona Daily Star, 7/1/11)
Fiesta Bowl fiasco a bipartisan affair (Arizona Republic, 7/1/11)
Intimi-Nation: Tea Party intimidation of citizen redistricting commissions (Blog for Arizona, 7/1/11)
JUNE 2011
Adopting a Florida-like voucher system: Be careful what you wish for (Blog for Arizona, 6/26/11)
Arpaio orders deputies to start asking undocumented immigrants about wildfires (Think Progress, 6/25/11)
Arizona DPS computers hacked in protest of SB 1070 (allegedly) (Blog for Arizona, 6/24/11)
Global hacking group breaks into DPS network (Arizona Republic, 6/24/11)
Court allows prosecution of ex-AZ Rep. Renzi (Washington Post, 6/23/11)
Tea-publican tyranny in Arizona: Usurping the constitutional power of ‘We the People’ (Blog for Arizona, 6/22/11)
State lawyers: Voters can’t tell lawmakers what to do (East Valley Tribune, 6/21/11)
Arizona Republicans back up McCain (Washington Post, 6/20/11)
Illegal immigrants set some AZ wildfires McCain says, but offers no evidence (Washington Post.6/20/11)
Pearce recall now at 10,000-plus valid signatures, LD15ers come to Pearce’s rescue (Phoenix New Times, 6/20/11)
McCain’s racist statements on wildfires: After Pearce, recall McCain (Phoenix New Times, 6/19/11)
Gov. Jan Brewer reconciles with Republican leaders (Arizona Republic, 6/19/11)
TUSD votes for hearing on Huppenthal’s MAS decision (Arizona Daily Star, 6/18/11)
Editorial: Huppenthal’s conclusion is way off base (Arizona Daily Star, 6/17/11)
Arizona’s political leaders evade their responsibilities (Blog for Arizona, 6/17/11)
Tucson’s Mexican-American Studies program sparks tension (Wall Street Journal, 6/17/11)
Huppenthal finds TUSD in violation of law (Arizona Daily Star, 6/16/11)
Tucson ethnic-studies program not illegal, audit says (Arizona Republic, 6/16/11)
The MAS Audit and brief analysis (Blog for Arizona, 6/16/11)
TUSD’s ethnic studies violate law; audit says otherwise (Tucson Sentinel, 6/16/11)
More than 95% of Pearce donations come from outside his district (Phoenix New Times, 6/16/11)
Official: Petitions enough to force Pearce recall election (East Valley Tribune, 6/15/11)
Russell Pearce likely to face recall election (Arizona Republic, 6/15/11)
Huppenthal: TUSD’s ethnic studies program not in compliance (Arizona Daily Star, 6/15/11)
Editorial: Lawmakers show indifference to struggling Arizonans (Arizona Daily Star, 6/14/11)
Opinion: Ideology tops common sense (Arizona Republic, 6/14/11)
Russell Pearce receives ‘unemployment check’ and he’s gonna need it (Phoenix New Times, 6/13/11)
AZ lawmakers to let jobless benefits expire (Arizona Republic, 6/11/11)
Brewer says trip to Paris depends on fire status (Bloomberg Businessweek, 6/10/11)
AZ gov to skip overseas trip over fire concerns (KTAR, 6/10/11)
Brewer says next move on jobless benefits unknown (AP, 6/10/11)
Russell Pearce begs for corporate funds, uses office on behalf of anti-recall effort (Phoenix New Times,6/10/11)
Brewer calls opposition to unemployment benefits extension ‘cruel’ (Phoenix Business Journal,6/10/11)
Opinion: Easy job today for lawmakers (Arizona Republic, 6/10/11)
More unemployment, more problems? (Arizona Public Media, 6/10/11)
Lawmakers can’t ignore the plight of the unemployed (Arizona Republic, 6/10/11)
Opinion: Note to Legislature – jobless people vote (Arizona Republic, 6/10/11)
Special session leaves the unemployed wondering if next check will be their last (Yuma Sun,6/10/11)
Opinion: Reform state jobless-aid program (Arizona Republic, 6/10/11)
Will AZ legislators vote to discourage job-seekers? (Sonoran Alliance, 6/9/11)
Brewer calls session on jobless benefits (Bloomberg Businessweek, 6/9/11)
Jan Brewer’s special session, and the GOP’s hypocrisy (Phoenix New Times, 6/9/11)
Brewer calls special session on jobless benefits (Arizona Daily Star, 6/9/11)
Brewer calls special session to seek jobless benefits extension (East Valley Tribune, 6/9/11)
Will Arizona’s GOP do what’s right? (Arizona Republic, 6/9/11)
Pair jobless benefits extension with tax breaks, House Speaker says (Arizona Central, 6/8/11)
Editorial: Arizona’s AG wrong to claim political motive on Obama administration’s voter ID position (Yuma Sun, 6/8/11)
AG Horne worked with anti-marijuana activist on federal lawsuit idea (Phoenix New Times, 6/8/11)
Commentary: Another flat note from Tom “blow his own” Horne (Arizona Republic, 6/8/11)
AZ AG angry at feds’ brief against voter ID law (Arizona Republic, 6/8/11)
Gov. Brewer opinion on emergency unemployment insurance benefits (Blog for Arizona, 6/8/11)
Opinion: Arizona needs to take action to help its unemployed (Arizona Republic, 6/8/11)
Ready for another AZ corporate tax cut? (Blog for Arizona, 6/8/11)
Russell Pearce group may be violating state law (Arizona Republic, 6/7/11)
AG Horne: Obama wants illegal immigrants to vote in AZ (East Valley Tribune, 6/7/11)
Brewer names DC attorney as lead counsel in SB 1070 petition (Arizona Republic, 6/6/11)
Brewer hires lawyer with national reputation to defend SB 1070 (East Valley Tribune, 6/6/11)
AZ turns away application for marijuana dispensary (Las Vegas Sun, 6/6/11)
AZ Capitol Times: Medical marijuana here to stay…as a political story, that is (ABC15, 6/6/11)
Gov. Brewer touts bountiful border (Arizona Republic, 6/5/11)
Arizona CEOs reap record payday (Arizona Republic, 6/5/11)
Pearce recall supporters face uphill battle (Arizona Republic, 6/4/11)
Editorial: Time to move ahead after law upheld by court (Yuma Sun, 6/3/11)
Pearce petition checks running early (AZCapitolTimes, 6/3/11)
Tancredo solicits funds to defend Pearce in recall election (Colorado Independent, 6/3/11)
Extreme recall: A conservative suburb of Phoenix sends a message about overkill (The Economist,6/2/11)
Opinion: Brewer was right to veto health insurance bill (AZCapitolTimes, 6/2/11)
Did Arizona really win at the Supreme Court? (Huffington Post, 6/2/11)
Russell Pearce opponents file recall petitions (Arizona Republic, 6/1/11)
Sen. Melvin uninformed about border Nogales Republican says (Arizona Daily Star, 6/1/11)
Arizona sales-tax increase falling short (Arizona Republic, 6/1/11)
AZ turns away application for marijuana dispensary (AZCapitolTimes, 6/1/11)
AZ tax collections up 17%, officials say (Arizona Republic, 6/1/11)
MAY 2011
Pearce appoints man with violent history to Child Support Committee (AZCapitolTimes, 5/31/11)
On medical marijuana, Gov. Jan Brewer’s position goes up in smoke (Death and Taxes, 5/31/11)
Arizona’s failure of leadership (Blog for Arizona, 5/31/11)
Group submits 18K signatures to recall Pearce (AZCapitolTimes, 5/31/11)
Foes of Pearce turn in 18.300 signatures on recall (East Valley Tribune, 5/30/11)
Mesa becomes political epicenter of immigration issue (Blog for Arizona, 5/30/11)
Sen. Russell Pearce critics to proceed with recall-election effort (Arizona Republic, 5/29/11)
Opinion: Brewer quick to ignore the will of people when it serves her (East Valley Tribune, 5/29/11)
Medical marijuana patients disappointed over AZ’s suit against program (KOLD, 5/28/11)
AZ medical-pot dispensaries put on hold (Arizona Republic, 5/27/11)
ACLU to defend medical pot law against legal attack by Gov. Brewer (Phoenix New Times, 5/27/11)
Medical marijuana supporters: Suit tailored to kill law (East Valley Tribune, 5/27/11)
Brewer attempts to thwart medical marijuana law (Eastern Arizona Courier, 5/27/11)
Federal prosecutor says governor, AG over-react on marijuana law (Verde Independent, 5/27/11)
JD Hayworth labels Recall Pearce group “Socialist thugs who carry swastikas” (Blog for Arizona, 5/27/11)
Fit to be tied: Republican lawmakers say Prop 105 is too restrictive (AZCapitolTimes, 5/27/11)
Legislative Republicans still scheming to topple Voter Protection Act (Blog for Arizona, 5/27/11)
Calls for port help falls on deaf ears in Phoenix (Nogales International, 5/27/11)
Arizona to sue over medical-marijuana law (Arizona Republic, 5/27/11)
Supreme Court upholds AZ law punishing employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants(Washington Post, 5/26/11)
The Arpaio Scandals: It’s getting where you need a scorecard to tell them apart (Blog for Arizona, 5/26/11)
Arizona lawmakers lukewarm on extending unemployment benefits (Arizona Republic, 5/26/11)
Pearce recall group urges November election (East Valley Tribune, 5/25/11)
Arizona’s Democratic legislators call for special session to help unemployed (Blog for Arizona, 5/25/11)
Nogales businesses ask for more customs officers (KVOA, 5/25/11)
Opinion: It’s wrong — and costly — to drop people from state Medicaid plan (Arizona Daily Star,5/24/11)
Arizona GOP’s big budget lie (Blog for Arizona, 5/24/11)
Brewer touts benefit of extended jobless aid (Arizona Daily Star, 5/23/11)
Opinion: Simple fix will protect lifeline for jobless (Arizona Republic, 5/22/11)
Russell Pearce recall may be pushed to 2012 due to error (Arizona Republic, 5/20/11)
17,200 new jobs a boost for Arizona, but jobless rate drop may imperil benefits (Arizona Republic,5/20/11)
Lawsuit looms over AZ Medicaid cuts (Arizona Republic, 5/19/11)
KPHO 5 asks: Did you get what you paid for with Prop. 100? (Blog for Arizona, 5/19/11)
Brewer working to get special session for extended jobless benefits (East Valley Tribune, 5/19/11)
Opinion: De facto Gov. Russell Pearce is (or is not) the boss of us (Arizona Republic, 5/19/11)
GOP’s ‘Gimmicks-R-Us’ “Balanced” state budget about to be blown up (Blog for Arizona, 5/19/11)
Update: Baja Arizona resistance fights back against the Tea-Publican tools for the Evil Empire (Blog for Arizona, 5/19/11)
Pima County taxpayers dig deep to pay for state cuts (KOLD, 5/18/11)
Fiesta Bowl asks 26 politicians, PACs to return donations (Arizona Republic, 5/18/11)
Pearce recall drive may use entire petition period (AZCapitolTimes, 5/17/11)
Fiesta Bowl investigation: Russell Pearce’s comments disputed by Navy (Arizona Republic, 5/17/11)
Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona blast the AZ Republic for manufactured state pension ‘crisis’(Blog for Arizona, 5/16/11)
Opinion: State firefighters enraged at GOP and media cheerleaders (Arizona Republic, 5/16/11)
GOP-led Legislature focused on ’sideshows,’ not mainstream agenda (AZCapitolTimes, 5/15/11)
Fiesta Bowl scandal update (Blog for Arizona, 5/13/11)
Senate ethics chairman: Records suggest Fiesta Bowl improprieties (Arizona Republic, 5/13/11)
Two officials stand out in Fiesta Bowl gifts scandal (Arizona Republic, 5/13/11)
Editorial: NLRB’s lawsuit against Prop 113 a huge disservice (Arizona Republic, 5/12/11)
Here’s a novel idea: Brewer should lead, not write a book (Arizona Republic, 5/12/11)
Video posted on Brewer’s YouTube page angers some (ABC15, 5/12/11)
Fiesta Bowl investigation: Pearce, Arredondo timelines (Arizona Republic, 5/12/11)
State gets first copy of audit of ethnic studies program (KOLD, 5/12/11)
All the university right wing money can buy (Blog for Arizona, 5/11/11)
Russell Pearce threatens to lock up union members, public employees (Phoenix New Times, 5/11/11)
Pearce threatens to lock up workers if they protest (Blog for Arizona, 5/11/11)
Gov. Brewer pens memoir on immigration battle (Reuters, 5/11/11)
Russell Pearce will likely face recall election (Arizona Republic, 5/10/11)
Gov. Brewer fires back at Obama over illegal immigration (LA Times, 5/10/11)
Sophisticated tunnel found in Nogales (Arizona Daily Star, 5/10/11)
Audio: A 51st state? Some in Arizona want a split (NPR, 5/9/11)
Gov. Brewer wants Supreme Court to overturn SB1070 ruling (Arizona Republic, 5/9/11)
Brewer writing her memoirs: Scorpions for Breakfast (East Valley Tribune, 5/9/11)
GOP official won’t set a public hearing for Arpaio misspending (Arizona Republic, 5/9/11)
Arizona taking SB 1070 appeal to US Supreme Court (East Valley Tribune, 5/9/11)
Brewer taking state’s appeal on implementation of immigration law to US Supreme Court(Washington Post, 5/9/11)
Jan Brewer to appeal immigration ruling (Politico, 5/9/11)
Arizona set to build own border fence (Arizona Daily Star, 5/9/11)
Arizona seeks cash for border fence (Politico, 5/8/11)
AZ seeks online donations to build border fence (Washington Post, 5/8/11)
Q&A: Brewer defends her decisions (Arizona Republic, 5/8/11)
Jan Brewer starting to think the AZ Constitution doesn’t apply to her (Blog for Arizona, 5/8/11)
AZ immigration law – buyer’s remorse? (Salt Lake Tribune, 5/7/11)
Sec of State eyes 2014 AZ governor’s race (East Valley Tribune, 5/7/11)
Clean Elections supporters sue to block ballot measure (East Valley Tribune, 5/6/11)
ASU forecast: 7%+ jobless at least until 2015 (Arizona Daily Star, 5/6/11)
Arizona’s economic devastation projected to continue into 2015 (Blog for Arizona, 5/6/11)
GOP lawmakers reflect on an eventful legislative session (Nogales International, 5/6/11)
Federal regulators sue Arizona over union amendment (East Valley Tribune, 5/6/11)
Freedom from regulation? The Kochs pump money into a new UA center (Tucson Weekly, 5/5/11)
Gov. Jan Brewer: Term rules unclear (Arizona Republic, 5/5/11)
Tea Party license plate draws opposition from its honorees (New York Times, 5/4/11)
National Tequila Party Tour will kick off in Arizona (Hispanically Speaking News, 5/4/11)
Lawmakers urge TUSD to slow down decision on Ethnic Studies (Arizona Daily Star, 5/3/11)
Talk of special session for Arizona Legislature (AZCapitolTimes, 5/3/11)
Brewer makes mark doubling last year’s veto count (AZCapitolTimes, 5/2/11)
APRIL 2011
Gun-rights bill vetoed by Brewer (Arizona Republic, 4/30/11)
More interesting vetoes by Gov. Brewer (Blog for Arizona, 4/30/11)
More election law changes signed into law (Blog for Arizona, 4/30/11)
Brewer OKs bill for AZ tea party license plate (Arizona Daily Star, 4/29/11)
Some interesting vetoes by Governor Brewer (Blog for Arizona, 4/29/11)
Brewer vetoes 29 bills, signs 357 into law (Arizona Republic, 4/29/11)
Brewer vetoes TABOR bill; cites ‘failed experiment’ in Colorado (Colorado Independent, 4/29/11)
Brewer vetoes health insurance proposal, other measures (East Valley Tribune, 4/28/11)
Editorial: Merit system of employment needs to remain (Arizona Daily Star, 4/28/11)
Brewer vetoes 2nd try at private school tuition tax-credit (Arizona Republic, 4/27/11)
Brewer signs bill authorizing volunteer state militia (AZCapitolTimes, 4/28/11)
Brewer signs bill targeting union paycheck deductions (AZ Capitol Times, 4/26/11)
NLRB will sue Arizona over union laws (East Valley Tribune, 4/26/11)
Adams to step down as AZ House speaker (Arizona Republic, 4/26/11)
Arizona Education Network releases Legislative voting report (Tucson Weekly, 4/25/11)
Drop in illegal crossings leaves border agents bored (Arizona Daily Star, 4/24/11)
Bill would end merit system for many workers (Arizona Daily Star, 4/23/11)
Opinion: State Dems pick up where GOP extremists left off (Arizona Republic, 4/22/11)
Coming attractions: A ’special’ session to turn every state job into a political patronage position (Blog for Arizona, 4/22/11)
Editorial: Pearce ‘analysis’ of SB 1070 success is pure humbug (Arizona Daily Star, 4/22/11)
SB 1070 – A Year Later – Police in limbo after money, time spent on SB 1070 enforcement training(East Valley Tribune, 4/22/11)
Opinion: Insurance bill is a threat to business, families (Arizona Daily Star, 4/22/11)
SB 1070 – A Year Later – Pearce, Brewer stand firm behind immigration law (East Valley Tribune,4/22/11)
Insurance bill is a ‘race to the bottom in health-insurance coverage’ (Blog for Arizona, 4/22/11)
Editorial: Governor, get out your veto pen (Arizona Republic, 4/21/11)
SB 1070 – A Year Later – Costly SB 1070 brought businesses to the table (East Valley Tribune,4/21/11)
Opinion: GOP reducing state to Darwinian jungle (Arizona Republic, 4/21/11)
Opinion: GOP budget a jobs killer Arizona won’t soon forget (Arizona Daily Star, 4/21/11)
AZ Legislature OKs new limit on state spending (East Valley Tribune, 4/20/11)
Legislature passes school tax-credit expansion (Arizona Republic, 4/20/11)
Arizona’s sales tax hike may not spare school cuts (Arizona City Independent, 4/20/11)
About that Tea Party license plate (Blog for Arizona, 4/20/11)
Arizona legislative session wraps up (Arizona Republic, 4/20/11)
Opinion: Jan Brewer’s mighty pen (Arizona Republic, 4/20/11)
Gov. Brewer: White House snubbed me (The Hill, 4/20/11)
SB 1070 – A Year Later – GOP gained huge benefit from SB 1070, but could face backlash (East Valley Tribune, 4/20/11)
SB 1070 – A Year Later – Few states still feel Arizona immigration law’s allure (East Valley Tribune,4/19/11)
Brewer signs law giving Tea Party flag same status as American flag (Think Progress, 4/19/11)
Labor rally today – defend the state merit system (Blog for Arizona, 4/18/11)
Brewer rejects bid to loosen gun rules (New York Times, 4/18/11)
Both Pearce, Brewer call SB 1070 a success (Arizona Daily Star, 4/18/11)
AZ lawmakers unlikely to extend unemployment benefits (Arizona Republic, 4/18/11)
SB 1070 –  A Year Later – Immigration law uncertainty hangs over Hispanic neighborhoods (East Valley Tribune, 4/18/11)
Pearce attacks the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals (Blog for Arizona, 4/18/11)
Bipartisan agreement to defend Tucson from state legislature (Blog for Arizona, 4/18/11)
Cap’n Al rants in the Daily Star (Blog for Arizona, 4/18/11)
Brewer vetoes birther, campus gun bills (Tucson Sentinel, 4/18/11)
Sen. Melvin defends votes on ‘honest, gimmick-free’ balanced budget (Arizona Daily Star, 4/18/11)
‘Lesser of two evils’ pension reform bill amended in House, returned to Senate (Blog for Arizona, 4/17/11)
Coughlin, Fiesta Bowl lobbyist, doesn’t take lying low lying down (Arizona Daily Star, 4/17/11)
It’s time for junkeeters to pay their Fiesta bills (Arizona Republic, 4/16/11)
Brewer’s still-emerging plan to change AZ personnel system in limbo (Arizona Republic, 4/16/11)

Unconstitutional public pension reform bill moves towards passage (Blog for Arizona, 4/15/11)
AZ lawmakers OK bill requiring birth certificate to run for president (Arizona Republic, 4/14/11)
Joe Arpaio’s staff misspent $99,5 million, budget officials say (Arizona Republic, 4/13/11)
Editorial: Unpopular budget is a bitter, but necessary pill (East Valley Tribune, 4/10/11)
The right way – and the wrong way – to cover the Fiesta Bowl scandal (Blog for Arizona, 4/9/11)

Tom C. Horner – Only in Arizona (The Nonprofit Network, 4/8/11)
AZ Fact Check: How the Arizona budget is balanced (Arizona Republic, 4/7/11)
Brewer signs budget slashing education and health care, restoring transplant coverage (East Valley Tribune, 4/7/11)
AZ Senate approves candidate citizenship legislation (Yuma Sun, 4/6/11)
Gov. Jan Brewer and ’shadow governor’ Chuck Coughlin ensnared in Fiesta Bowl Scandal (Blog for Arizona, 4/6/11)
Trying to fix Fiesta Bowl is not a good fit for Brewer, pals (Arizona Republic, 4/6/11)
Flub forces redo on budget measure (Arizona Republic, 4/5/11)
AZ House Dems: ‘Transplant patients deserve answer from GOP now’ (Blog for Arizona, 4/5/11)
Brewer: Panel will help bowl rebound (Arizona Republic, 4/5/11)
Goddard calls on AG Horne to step aside from Fiesta Bowl investigation (Blog for Arizona, 4/5/11)
Arizona media misleads on restoration of organ transplant funds (Blog for Arizona, 4/5/11)
Fiesta Bowl Scandal update: The sharks begin to circle “King” Russell Pearce (Blog for Arizona, 4/5/11)
AZ Capitol Times: Transplant services are not restored in GOP budget (ABC15, 4/4/11)
Pearce’s finance reports don’t list Fiesta trips (AZ Capitol Times, 4/4/11)
Are transplants in or out? They’re IN, governor says (Arizona Republica, 4/4/11)
Opinion: Budget passed by legislators will kill jobs (Arizona Republic, 4/4/11)
State’s first balanced budget in 5 years approved (Arizona Daily Star, 4/2/11)
Fiesta Bowl Scandal: Is the media afraid of “King” Russell Pearce? (Blog for Arizona, 4/2/11)
Fiesta scandal: Pearce says he paid for tickets (Arizona Republic, 4/2/11)
AZ House OKs Republican budget plan (East Valley Tribune, 4/1/11)
Fiesta Bowl scandal prompts Senate ethics inquiry (Arizona Republic, 4/1/11)
Senate president says he paid for football tickets (AZ Capitol Times, 4/1/11)
AZ House passes budget; final OK expected today (Arizona Republic, 4/1/11)
An immoral budget (Blog for Arizona, 4/1/11)
Legislature approves balanced budget with deep cuts to education, health care (East Valley Tribune,4/1/11)
Lawmakers OK balanced budget; University system cut by $198 million (Yuma Sun, 4/1/11)
After all-night session, House finally passes budget (AZ Capitol Times, 4/1/11)
GOP sucker punches Arizona with more massive cuts to schools (Blog for Arizona, 4/1/11)
Is Brewer trying to ‘transplant’ blame? (Arizona Republic, 4/1/11)
Pressure’s on for GOP to restore transplants (Blog for Arizona, 4/1/11)
Senate Ethics Committee reviewing reporting of bowl gifts (East Valley Tribune, 4/1/11)
MARCH 2011
A Tale of Two Counties (The Economist, 3/31/11)
Brewer submits plan tweaking AHCCCS to restore transplant funds (East Valley Tribune, 3/31/11)
Experts: Fiesta Bowl misconduct could bring felony charges (Arizona Republic, 3/31/11)
Fiesta Bowl report: trouble may lurk for Arizona officials (Arizona Republic, 3/31/11)
Former Intel CEO blasts education in Arizona (Arizona Republic, 3/30/11)
Arizona politicians figure in Fiesta Bowl scandal (East Valley Tribune, 3/30/11)
Editorial: We must not let corruption kill a tradition (Arizona Republic, 3/30/11)
NCAA could take Fiesta Bowl’s license to operate (Arizona Republic, 3/30/11)
Fiesta Bowl spending and donations questioned (New York Times, 3/29/11)
Fiesta Bowl executives lavished gifts on politicians (Arizona Republic, 3/29/11)
Mesa lawmaker drops flat tax proposal – for now (East Valley Tribune, 3/29/11)
No choice: Transplant funds must be restored (Arizona Republic, 3/29/11)
Opinion: Brewer moves in right direction on organ transplant issue (Arizona Republic, 3/29/11)
AZ Commerce Authority leaders: don’t cut education funding (Forbes, 3/29/11)
After dropping hints, Brewer MUST restore transplant funding (Arizona Republic, 3/28/11)
Brewer works to restore transplant coverage (Arizona Republic, 3/28/11)
Supreme Court skeptical about Arizona’s campaign finance law (Washington Post, 3/28/11)
Pearce declares Arizona’s war on immigration is not over (Politico, 3/26/11)
Arizona flat income tax a hike for many (Arizona Republic, 3/25/11)
Arizona Senate panel OKs flat-rate income tax (Arizona Daily Star, 3/25/11)
Before redistricting, consider increasing the number of districts (Blog  for Arizona, 3/15/11)
Controversy regarding Capitol ‘blacklist’ continues (ABC15, 3/14/11)
Brewer has another uncomfortable pause during public speech (MyFoxPhoenix, 3/10/11)
Senate GOP leader to lose post of domestic violence incident (Phoenix New Times, 3/9/11)
Pearce: Arizona immigration bills are moving again (Arizona Capitol Times, 3/8/11)
As many Arizonans struggle with rising health-insurance premiums, nearly 1.3 million have no insurance (Arizona Republic, 3/6/11)
Independent Redistricting Commission picks 5th member as chair (Blog for Arizona, 3/1/11)
Arizona a FantAZy Island : Secession bills in the AZ Legislature (Blog for Arizona, 2/28/11)
AZ measure to counter US laws gets initial OK (Arizona Daily Star, 2/28/11)
Baja, my friend, is blowin’ in the wind (Blog for Arizona, 2/28/11)
Farce as reality: Baja Arizona, the 51st state? (Arizona Republic, 2/27/11)
GOP Senate leader involved in domestic violence incident (Arizona Republic, 2/26/11)
Counter-movement to anti-immigration rhetoric focuses on Mesa (East Valley Tribune, 2/25/11)
Arizona’s Tea-Publican Senate votes to secede from the US (Blog for Arizona, 2/25/11)
Hispanic civil rights leader banned from state Senate (East Valley Tribune, 2/25/11)
Russell Pearce bringing Senate Judiciary to heel (Blog for Arizona, 2/25/11)
State Senate approves bill letting lawmakers nullify federal mandates (East Valley Tribune,2/24/11)
Arizona bills a test of federal government authority (Arizona Republic, 2/24/11)
Redistricting Update: not much going on (Random Musings, 2/24/11)
Opinion: Brewer, Horne look hypocritical in lawsuit vs. feds (Arizona Republic, 2/24/11)
Could Baja Arizona become 51st state in US? (Arizona Daily Star, 2/24/11)
AZ lawmakers push new round of immigration restrictions (New York Times, 2/23/11)
Latest AZ immigration bills have tougher path (AZCapitolTimes, 2/23/11)
Arizona immigration bills target schools, marriage (Politico, 2/23/11)
AZ Senate to consider takeover of federal land (KOLD, 2/23/11)
Health official: Ending Medicaid would cripple the state (East Valley Tribune, 2/23/11)
AZ Senate set to consider big changes to pensions (Arizona Republic, 2/23/11)
Arizona immigration bills aim for bigger crackdown (Arizona Republic, 2/23/11)
Senate passes birthright bills (AZ Capitol Times, 2/22/11)
Pearce’s latest anti-immigrant screed passes committee (Blog for Arizona, 2/22/11)
AZ House bans ‘genocide’ abortion (Arizona Daily Star, 2/22/11)
AZ bill would ban illegal immigrants from driving, college (Arizona Daily Star, 2/22/11)
Russell Pearce in 2011: Trying to outdo his 2010 anti-immigrant screed (Blog for Arizona, 2/21/11)
Video: 12News’ Sunday Square Off: Jan Brewer’s “Let them eat cake” moment (Blog for Arizona, 2/20/11)

Intel: New Chandler plant not linked to Brewer tax cut package (East Valley Tribune, 2/18/11)
Sebelius may have cleared way for AHCCCS-coverage cutback (Arizona Daily Star, 2/17/11)
GOP lawmakers want to drive away the feds, crush the cities and create a heavily armed conservative paradise (Tucson Weekly, 2/17/11)
Senate panel approves measure to establish committee challenging federal laws (East Valley Tribune,2/17/11)
Questions about Giffords’ future hover over Arizona politics (New York Times, 2/17/11)
Obama Administration unlikely to block AZ plan to cut 250K from Medicaid rolls (Washington Post,2/16/11)
Jury convicts anti-immigration activist of capital crime (Green Valley News and Sun, 2/15/11)
Update: Pimps for private prisons and profit (Blog for Arizona, 2/15/11)
AZ private prisons oversight bills die (Arizona Republic, 2/15/11)
Donations for defending AZ immigration law near $3.7 million (Washington Post, 2/11/11)

Jan Brewer files immigration countersuit (Politico, 2/11/11)

Arizona redistrict hopeful kept mum on liens (Arizona Republic, 2/11/11)
With lawsuit, Arizona tries to stare down Obama on illegal immigration (Christian Science Monitor,2/11/11)
Brewer won’t run for Kyl’s Senate seat (Phoenix Business Journal, 2/10/11)
Calls for government reform dwindle (Arizona Republic, 2/10/11)
Video: Gov Brewer blames crime on the cartels and the feds (Tucson Citizen, 2/10/11)
Brewer economic package could come as early as Monday (Arizona Public Media, 2/9/11)

CEO seeking spot on panel for boundaries owes taxes (Arizona Daily Star, 2/9/11)
US, Mexican police unite to fight border crime (Arizona Republic, 2/9/11)
AZ bills look to imposes state rule on Phoenix (Arizona Republic, 2/9/11)
Lawmakers to consider anti-abortion bills (Arizona Republic, 2/9/11)
Pearce names Stertz to redistricting panel (Arizona Daily Star, 2/9/11)
Opinion: Embarrassment only on pause (Arizona Republic, 2/9/11)
Opinion: Closing tax ‘loopholes’ won’t fix budget (Arizona Republic, 2/9/11)
House Speaker proposes sweeping pension reform legislation (Arizona Republic, 2/8/11)
AZ lawmaker says economic package nearly ready (Bloomberg, 2/4/11)
Republican lawmakers propose constitutional convention on national debt (AzCapitolTimes, 2/4/11)
Arizona taking up fight to limit federal government authority (Arizona Republic, 2/4/11)
AZ redistrict hopeful kept mum on tax liens (Arizona Republic, 2/4/11)
Drive to recall Russell Pearce under way (Arizona Republic, 2/3/11)
Legislators won’t give transplant funds options a hearing (Arizona Republic, 2/3/11)
Editorial: “Birthright citizenship” fight is one AZ can’t afford (Arizona Republic, 2/3/11)
Brewer lashes out a NYC’s Bloomberg (Arizona Republic, 2/3/11)
AZ Budget: Lawmakers question universities about spending (Arizona Republic, 2/3/11)
AZ lawmakers vote to let leaders defend SB1070 (KSWT, 2/3/11)
Arizona to secede without really doing so (Arizona Republic, 2/2/11)
Opinion: Cuts to health care will cost us in long run (The Daily Courier, 2/1/11)
Brewer signs measure giving Glendale veto power over tribal casino (East Valley Tribune, 2/1/11)
Brewer: Florida ruling bolsters case for Medicaid waiver (The Hill, 2/1/11)
First member named to the new Independent Redistricting Commission (Blog for Arizona, 1/31/11)
AZ legislature considering bills to ban healthcare to immigrants (Blog for Arizona, 1/31/11)
The 41 AZ Legislators who still want to see Obama’s birth certificate (Tucson Weekly, 1/29/11)
AZ legislature marches towards a ‘New Confederacy’ (Blog for Arizona, 1/29/11)
Arizona’s presidential citizenship bill worries Sec of State (East Valley Tribune, 1/28/11)
Recall petition drive aimed at Gov. Brewer (Arizona Daily Star, 1/28/11)
Russell Pearce recall paperwork filed by anti-Pearce group (Phoenix New Times, 1/27/11)
The Big Lie at the heart of the birthright citizenship attacks on ‘Anchor Babies’ (Blog for Arizona, 1/27/11)
Four birthright bills coming from Republicans (Blog for Arizona, 1/27/11)
Pearce to Senate: It’s OK to pack heat (Arizona Central, 1/25/11)
Uncivil discourse update: No injunction in LD20 Republicans’ mess (Blog for Arizona, 1/25/11)
Legislative Crazy Train up to speed (Blog for Arizona, 1/25/11)
Health-care law: AZ tries new approach to get by federal Medicaid rules (Washington Post, 1/23/11)
Cut $1.4 million for transplants. Added: $1.8 million for for-profit charter schools (Blog for Arizona, 1/23/11)
Education reform proposes cutting 10 days from AZ school year (Arizona Daily Star, 1/21/11)
Redistricting update: Friday meeting to select two more GOP nominees for the IRC (Blog for Arizona, 1/20/11)
Brewer backs down on transplant funding, but now wants to kick 250K people off Medicaid (Think Progress, 1/20/11)
Brewer proposals slash corporate income taxes (East Valley Tribune, 1/20/11)
Brewer wants more constitutional power over state spending (East Valley Tribune, 1/20/11)
Governor moves to restore organ-transplant funding after protests (Bloomberg, 1/19/11)
Opinion: Brewer’s agenda can put state on the fast track (Arizona Republic, 1/19/11)
Redistricting update: Court rules two Republicans ineligible (Blog for Arizona, 1/19/11)
Arizona launches new education reform initiative (GovMonitor, 1/19/11)
Commentary: AZ legislator is offended by ‘death panel’ label (Arizona Republic, 1/18/11)
Redistricting update: Lawsuit argued, under advisement (Blog for Arizona, 1/18/11)
Gun sales soar after mass shooting in Tucson (East Valley Tribune, 1/16/11)
Redistricting updates: AZ Supreme Court hearing Tuesday (Blog for Arizona, 1/16/11)
Tucson Tea Party leader: I want victim who threatened me to get help (Talking Points Memo, 1/16/11)
AZ lawmakers, governor: No gun, ammo limits after Loughner rampage (East Valley Tribune,1/16/11)
Governor’s proposed budget lets home owners, students, poor where they rank in her priorities (Blog for Arizona, 1/15/11)
AZ budget: health care hit hard in budget plan (Arizona Republic, 1/15/11)
AZ budget: mentally ill may lose health benefits (Arizona Republic, 1/15/11)
AZ budget: pay hikes, new hires urged for prisons, public safety (Arizona Republic, 1/15/11)
AZ budget: University funding faces ax; ’serious impact’ is feared (Arizona Republic, 1/15/11)
Arizona budget by the numbers (Arizona Republic, 1/15/11)
Man shot in Tucson rampage is arrested at a TV taping (New York Times, 1/15/11)
Local GOP officials resign for fear of Tea Party violence (Arizona Republic, 1/12/11)
Giffords’ shooting prompts resignations (Arizona Republic, 1/11/11)
Editorial: It’s logical to try to make sense of such horror (Arizona Daily Star, 1/11/11)
Violence and politics merge in Arizona (Politico, 1/9/11)
Arizona’ budget pothole has become a Grand Canyon (East Valley Tribune, 1/8/11)
Violence-laced political rhetoric (Blog for Arizona, 1/8/11)
Patient cut from transplant list dies (Arizona Daily Star, 1/6/11)
Proposal to change 14th Amendment draws fire and support (East Valley Tribune, 1/6/11)
AZ cuts transplant coverage; two patients die (CBS News, 1/6/11)
Arizona birthright citizenship bill in DC spotlight (Arizona Republic, 1/6/11)
Report: Arizona’s budgeting politicized and short-sighted (Blog for Arizona, 1/5/11)
State lawmakers target automatic birthright citizenship (AzCapitolTimes, 1/5/11)
Redistricting and other updates: 1st court proceeding set for Jan 18 (Blog for Arizona, 1/4/11)
Brewer denied AZ death panels before she acknowledged them (Blog for Arizona, 1/3/11)
AZ GOP targets 14th Amendment (MyFoxPhoenix, 1/3/11)
Horne says he will stay tough on Ethnic Studies as AG (MyFoxPhoenix, 1/2/11)

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