Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts dismisses Arizona’s appeal citing ‘mares’ nest’ legal issues By: Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services June 15, 2022 The U.S.
The U.S. Senate must confirm Desai before she takes the position, but one expert on judicial appointments said that while she should expect challenging questions,
Congratulations to Shruti Gurudanti! The Rose Law Group partner and firm’s director of corporate transactions has been selected by Phoenix Business Journal as an honoree for its ’40 Under 40’
By Audrey Jensen | Phoenix Business Journal Commercial development of a long-vacant property in west Phoenix could be kicked off by a proposed multifamily project.
By Mark Carlisle | YourValley The Phoenix Aviation Department is opposing proposed apartments near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport despite the city’s Planning Department and
By Nathan Brown and Camryn Sanchez | Arizona Capitol Times The Legislature is preparing to release this year’s water budget likely expanding WIFA and not
By Audrey Jensen | Phoenix Business Journal Coeur d’Alene, Idaho-based KORE Power, which is continuing to progress on its planned manufacturing facility called KOREPlex, has
By Janet Perez | YourValley A preliminary site plan for the second phase of the Queen Creek Crossing retail center was approved by the town’s
Robert Rob/acreen grab Opinion: Republicans have mismanaged the process, leaving too little time to pass a thoughtful, bipartisan budget before the lights in state government
Creative Commons Opinion: We need to revamp school security, implement meticulous training for law enforcement and address the problem of broken homes. By Eli Crane
Law enforcement officers stand guard as protesters march past Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home on June 8, 2022 in Chevy Chase, Maryland. An armed
The Pine-Strawberry Water Improvement District has struggled with increasing demands from residential and vacation rental properties. By ALEX BROWN | Arizona Mirror PINE — As