VOL. 20  ISSUE NO. 25   |    JUNE 18 – 24, 2014


Recall enjoined for all for now

Cave Creek Caring Citizens Committee has initiated a new recall effort against the four slate councilmen and vows to do it correctly this time

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CAVE CREEK – Following oral arguments on Wednesday, June 18, Superior Court Judge Robert Oberbillig issued an order stating there would be no recall election against councilmen Mike Durkin and Charles Spitzer and enjoining the Town of Cave Creek and Maricopa County from taking further action to conduct a recall.


AG demands DHS cease and desist from transporting aliens to Arizona

DHS was inexplicably moving them some 1,200 miles and simply releasing them here … rather than in Texas’

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PHOENIX – On June 12, Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne sent a letter to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Jeh Johnson demanding his agency cease and desist from transporting adult aliens and alien families apprehended in other states to Arizona.

When it comes to cell phones SCOTUS says ‘get a warrant’

We cannot deny that our decision today will have an impact on the ability of law enforcement to combat crime’

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WASHINGTON – This morning, June 25, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a unanimous opinion, stating, “Our answer to the question of what police must do before searching a cell phone seized incident to an arrest is accordingly simple – get a warrant.”

JUNE 25, 2014

ALG supports Congressional rebuke of radical EPA regulations

Mehrens: Lawmakers take courageous stand against "overreaching, out-of-control, enviro-radicals" in Washington, D.C.

FAIRFAX, Va. – Americans for Limited Government president Nathan Mehrens issued a statement praising efforts by U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-S.C.) and eighty-four other lawmakers to rein in the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)'s radical new carbon regulation.

JUNE 25, 2014

Bipartisan Coalition Reaffirms Broad Support for Governor Brewer’s Petition in Medicaid Lawsuit

Former governor, lawmakers & business organizations filing Amici Curiae in Arizona Supreme Court

PHOENIX – Former Arizona Governor Fife Symington, along with a bipartisan coalition of state legislators and business community organizations, today are filing in Arizona Supreme Court an Amici Curiae brief in support of Governor Brewer’s Petition for Review in the Medicaid Restoration lawsuit.

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