My Turn: Arizona's senators refuse to hold a hearing or vote on U.S. Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland. Merrick Garland, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, was nominated by President Obama to join the Supreme Court. AZCentral.com, 10 hours ago
Senate GOP rules out Garland SCOTUS confirmation - KTXS-TV, 2 weeks ago
Senate Republicans rule out Garland confirmation in lame duck session - 1070wapi.com, 2 weeks ago
Arizona's Medicaid program has won a narrow legal victory in state court regarding its ability to file liens against patients if they were hospitalized due to a personal injury and received a payment from a third party for damages.FierceHealthFinance, 2 days ago Ariz. hospitals score legal win on patient liens AZCentral.com, 3 days ago Arizona ruling allows hospital liens in some Medicaid cases Miami Herald, 5 days ago High court to rule on hospital payments issue AZCentral.com, 6 days ago
Dive Brief: Tim Hogan of the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest claims in a new suit that thestate Supreme Court's 1994 ruling thatexclusive taxpayer funding for school constructionis unconstitutionalis being ignored . The state was ...Education Dive, 4 days ago The Supreme Court threw out a death sentence because prosecutors kept African-Americans off the jury Business Insider UK, 5 days ago States constitutions can rein in union subsidy Before It's News, 6 days ago New Arizona law expands state supreme court; governor denies court packing ABA Journal, 6 days ago
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Wednesday that will let him name two more justices to what has been a five-judge panel. The governor said having seven justices will put Arizona on par with states that have a similar or smaller ...Arizona Daily Star, 1 week ago Ducey signs law allowing him to name 2 more Supreme Court justices Arizona Daily Star, 1 week ago
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court decided a presidential election 16 years ago based on how votes were counted. This year, a shorthanded court seeking to avoid the limelight may help decide who can vote in the first place. Petitions challenging ...USA Today, 1 week ago Hours-long lines, ballot mistakes: Why can't Arizona hold elections? Los Angeles Times, 2 weeks ago Hours-long lines, goofs with ballot... DailyNews724.com, 2 weeks ago
The next Supreme Court justice—whether nominated by President Barack Obama, another Democratic president, or even a President Donald Trump—is likely to move the Supreme Court substantially to the left on a host of issues, particularly in the ...Yahoo! News, 6 days ago GOP senator shreds his own party's Supreme Court 'principles' MSNBC, 2 weeks ago Obama takes case for Supreme Court pick to home turf of GOP senators up for re-election Japan Times, 3 weeks ago Obama's Merrick Garland Supreme Court campaign shifts to Senate elections Washington Times, 3 weeks ago
TUCSON, ARIZONA— The sister of former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was killed a car crash Saturday in Arizona. Ann Day, 77, suffered fatal injuries after her vehicle was struck by two other cars in the Tucson area, Pima County ...Huffington Post, 2 weeks ago Driver, 24, charged with manslaughter and DUI after Arizona crash killed Sandra Day O'Connor's 77-year-old sister NewsGrio, 2 weeks ago Sister of former Justice O'Connor killed in Arizona crash Miami Herald, 3 weeks ago Ann Day, Sister of Former US Supreme Court Justice, Dies in Car Crash VOA News, 3 weeks ago
Supreme Court makes it harder to sue 'people search' websites for getting information slightly wrong
The Supreme Court on Mondayshielded online databanks and "people search" companiesfrom class-actionlawsuits arising from theposting of minormistakes. The justices in a 6-2 ruling set aside, for now, a class-action suit against Spokeo Inc., a ...Benton Foundation, 1 week ago Supreme Court Decision Undoing Cities Anti-Panhandling Laws Chronicle of Philanthropy, 2 weeks ago Constraints on Beggars Crumble After U.S. Supreme Court Case Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago
(Reuters) - An Arizona man has been charged with manslaughter and driving under the influence after a collision that killed Ann Day, a former state senator and sister of retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, authorities said on ...Town Hall, 2 weeks ago
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Texas Supreme Court Makes Room for School Finance Democracy, will Arizona Democracy (narrowly) embrace reason?
by Matthew Ladner In 2013, I was discussing a reform agenda (non-choice related) with a seasoned observer and participant in Texas education politics. I asked this individual whether he was taking steps to advance this reform in the then ongoing ...Education News, 1 week ago
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