New water regs for Phoenix; a flooded ballot; Trump election in Ariz. probed

Phoenix has new water rules, and penalties, for businesses using 250K-plus gallons a day

New companies in Phoenix that use a lot of water will have to draft conservation plans and, in some cases, use recycled water after the City Council unanimously passed new a new regulation March 6. Here’s what you need to know.

Vote ’em if you’ve got ’em: Voters could see flood of questions on ballot

State election officials have already approved four ballot questions for this fall’s election, and another 15 have been filed with the Arizona Secretary of States’ office with more yet proposed by the Legislature. If they are all approved, it could top the 2006 record of 19 questions on the ballot.One expert thinks it’s evidence of voter enthusiasm. Another thinks it is more likely caused by voter unhappiness with their elected officials.

Arizona investigators issue grand jury subpoenas as state’s 2020 Trump election probe accelerates

It’s a sign the state’s attorney general is nearing a decision about whether to bring criminal charges.Six people were granted anonymity to share these details about the ongoing investigation. The attorney general’s office declined to comment.

Kari Lake Slammed For Racist Nikki Haley Social Media Post

The failed Arizona gubernatorial candidate made a post on X, formerly Twitter, mocking Haley’s birth name.Arizona Republican Senate candidate Kari Lake is getting slammed for a racist social media post about Nikki Haley. After the former South Carolina governor suspended her presidential campaign on Wednesday, the failed Arizona gubernatorial candidate and unhinged conspiracy spouter made a post on X, formerly Twitter, to mark the occasion.

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Final Sheriff says his polling is strong

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County attorney race heats up

Late entries in the race for Maricopa County attorney turned what was looking like an uncontested re-election for incumbent Rachel Mitchell into a much tighter contest.

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March 2024