VOL. 17 ISSUE NO. 46   |   NOVEMBER 16 – 22, 2011


Barto did it again

Burdick’s interpretation of law appears flawed

nancy bartoPHOENIX – Senate Bill 1263 was passed during the last legislative session. SB 1263 blended multiple enactments relating to the administration of school districts and charter schools, including new legislation to allow school districts to divert voter-approved bonds to other projects by taking the bond measure back to the voters.   
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Pearce may be down but he’s not done

russell pearce‘All of this is to say that it took some very special circumstances to engineer Pearce’s defeat’

PHOENIX – Following his defeat on Nov. 8, Senate President Russell Pearce, R-Mesa, thanked his supporters and said he’d be lying if he said he was not extremely disappointed and sad to be leaving office under these circumstances.   Keep reading ...


A storm is brewing on the Obama eligibility horizon

orly taitzBirther Summit uncovers ‘key pieces of evidence’ while Dr. Orly Taitz files an election law complaint in New Hampshire

CAVE CREEK – Birther Summit Executive Director Dean Haskins indicated recently that he has been conducting some investigative work, but due to the sensitive nature of the work, could not reveal his location.  Keep reading ...

NOVEMBER 16, 2011

Turf Paradise jockeys tie the knot

pamela trimble and rusty shawPHOENIX – Patricia Trimble and Rusty Shaw have known each other for more than ten years as they both worked as professional jockeys. This season, the both of them are racing at Turf Paradise and that’s when they decided to get married at a service held at the racetrack’s front courtyard.  
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NOVEMBER 16, 2011

New independent economic study concludes switch to dollar coin will cost Arizona businesses money and jobs

Transition to dollar coins would cost Arizona businesses at least $4.15 million and lead to an estimated annual loss of $9.39 million in business activity, in addition to costing jobs

WASHINGTON – Business Wire – A pivotal independent economic study released today found the proposed Congressional legislation to drop the dollar bill in favor of the dollar coin will cost Arizona businesses millions of dollars as well as jobs.   Keep reading ...

NOVEMBER 16, 2011

Scottsdale Airport Advisory Commission – Special Meeting

Special Meeting Notice and Agenda

2:30 p.m. Monday, November 21
Scottsdale Airport Terminal Lobby
15000 N. Airport Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Call to Order
Roll Call

1. Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Land Use Compatibility Around the Airport

Staff contact: Gary P. Mascaro, Aviation Director, 312-7735, gmascaro@scottsdaleaz.gov

Adjourn Special Meeting

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