2015 has arrived

By Phil Riske

Managing Editor, Rose Law Group Reporter

Much of the news in Arizona is cyclical — happenings repeat themselves year after year, people endlessly say the same things, and the news media often present the stale as fresh.

Over the past three years, it seems little has changed. Given that, we project some news headlines— with a few twists — for 2015:

Another portion of SB 1070 is challenged in federal court

Terry Goddard announces he’ll make another run for governor; Scott Smith favored among Republican candidates

Arizona soldier dies in Afghanistan

Glendale Mayor Weiers hopeful arena will break even

Cardinals begin new season with quarterback controversy

Bill would transfer authority over energy policy from ACC to Legislature

Real estate back to healthy housing market

Phoenix Business Journal, East Valley Tribune and 3 TV stations announce on-line subscription programs

EPA cites Pinal County for dust pollution; fed-up supervisors discuss suit vs feds

Arizona coal communities appeal shutdowns to U.S. Supreme Court

Red Rock rail station sets tonnage record for goods shipped to California

Effects of federal health care reform on Arizona report due out in July; state readying lawsuit

Arpaio denies he’s ready to retire

Ron Paul files signatures to get on Arizona ballot

Five years later, medical marijuana program running smoothly, benefitting patients, ADHS reports

This is just a start: RLGR readers, send your 2015 headlines in the comments box.

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