Sponsored by
supreme court

supreme courtRSS

Court – again – puts brakes on administration plan to overturn DACA

A federal appeals court Thursday rejected a Trump administration request to move forward with its plan to end the Obama-era DACA program, saying the deferred deportation plan should stay in effect while legal challenges are pursued.... Read more»

 1 2 3 >  Last »

Midterms show health is important to voters but no magic bullet on Capitol Hill

Voters called health care the most important issue facing the country in 2018, and states — not Washington — may lead the way toward expanding coverage. ... Read more»

Supreme Court sides with Mt. Lemmon firefighters in age-bias lawsuit

The Supreme Court said Tuesday that two Arizona firefighters can sue the Mount Lemmon Fire District for age discrimination after being laid off when they were the oldest employees in the department.... Read more»

Trump's aim to end birthright citizenship draws backlash, skeptics

Arizona native Francisco Fernandez holds a college degree and a job with a nonprofit in the nation’s capital – none of which, he said, would have been possible without the citizenship status conferred on him at birth.... Read more»

Supreme Court’s 'InvestInEd' ruling breaks no new ground, stokes political feuds

Eight weeks after it ordered the #InvestInEd school-funding tax initiative pulled from this fall’s ballot, the Arizona Supreme Court explained its 5-2 ruling Friday in a 23-page opinion that critics blasted as “a very political decision.”... Read more»

Prop. 127’s potential to reshape Arizona energy has electrified supporters and opponents

Prop. 127 supporters say it’s time to take advantage of one of the state’s most abundant resources: sunshine. Opponents say new energy mandates will result in higher costs for ratepayers. ... Read more»

O’Connor diagnosis brings flood of tributes from friends, colleagues

A flood of professional and personal tributes poured in Tuesday for former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor following her announcement that she was stepping away from public life after receiving a diagnosis of dementia.... Read more»

O'Connor letter: Dementia means 'no longer able to participate in public life'

"Some time ago, doctors diagnosed me with the beginning stages of dementia , probably Alzheimer's disease. As this condition has progressed, I am no longer able to participate in public life. I want to be open about these changes, and while I am still able, share some personal thoughts." — former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor... Read more»

Factcheck: Trump's numbers, October 2018 update

Statistical measures of how things have changed since the president took office.... Read more»

After angry Kavanaugh hearing, Flake, Coons renew bipartisanship call

Four days after brokering a deal to investigate Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Sens. Jeff Flake and Chris Coons said Tuesday that they were spurred to act by the “vitriol” roiling the Senate Judiciary Committee.... Read more»

Flake votes to move ahead with Kavanaugh, demands FBI probe

After a sleepless night wrestling with “lingering doubt” over sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake orchestrated a surprise plan Friday to advance the nomination but delay it for an FBI probe.... Read more»

Maricopa prosecutor takes center stage in questioning of Ford

Maricopa County prosecutor Rachel Mitchell took center stage at the Judiciary Committee, carefully probing a “terrified” Christine Blasey Ford about her charge that she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh when they were both teens.... Read more»1

Flake: Threat to 'take out' family over stance on Kavanaugh

Sen. Jeff Flake and his family should be "taken out" over his "interrupting our president" in the hearings over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, a caller told the office of the Arizona Republican.... Read more»

Despite thin record on Native law, tribes wary of Kavanaugh nomination

Add Native Americans to the list of groups concerned about Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court.... Read more»1

What the Devil won't tell you

Once & future Sen. Kyl is a dicey proposition for Team MAGA

Jon Kyl is a throwback conservative to the days of counting character, budget slashing and rule of law. Senator, meet Donald Trump, who believes all glory goes to him. I'm not sure how well they are going to fit.... Read more»

What the Devil won't tell you

Fatal miscalculation: Invest in Ed math error doomed initiative in courts

The Arizona Supreme Court has bounced the Invest In Ed initiative off the ballot. The #RedforEd crew needed a red team to vet the proposition's petition language before they gathered signatures.... Read more»

 1 2 3 >  Last »