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Cartoon: Locating you

Posted by   /  May 30, 2020  /  Courts/Law, Media and Entertainment, PHOTOS/CARTOONS  /  No Comments

Arizona’s Attorney General’s Office (AGO), in a lawsuit alleges Google uses deceptive and unconstitutional breach of individual privacy in tracking consumers’ whereabouts./Steve Benson

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Regional News for 5/30/20

Posted by   /  May 30, 2020  /  2020 Elections, Coronavirus, Courts/Law, Regional News  /  No Comments

Supreme Court rejects challenge to California limits on church services By Mark Sherman | Associated Press A divided Supreme Court on Friday rejected an emergency appeal by a California church that challenged state limits on attendance at worship services that have been imposed to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Over the dissent of the […]

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A letter to Phoenix Police: Journalists are essential, not an ‘unlawful assembly’

Posted by   /  May 30, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Courts/Law  /  No Comments

CNN reporter Omar Jimenez is arrested during a live broadcast./ Source: CNN/Twitter Opinion: Phoenix should recognize the essential role of the media and respect their work, just as our journalists respect the work of police. By David Bodney Editor’s note: On Thursday night, a downtown Phoenix protest led to pepper spray and multiple arrests by police. On […]

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Arizonans won’t be learning which nursing homes have residents who have contracted COVID-19, at least not from the state

Posted by   /  May 30, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Courts/Law  /  No Comments

By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star In a 23-page order late Friday, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Christopher Coury acknowledged that Arizona law “recognizes liberal inspection of public records.” And he said the information being sought is definitely newsworthy. But the judge also noted the materials are being gathered by […]

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RLG Attorney Tom Galvin talks to 3TV about President Trump’s executive order and social media

Posted by   /  May 29, 2020  /  Courts/Law, Featured News  /  No Comments

Rose Law Group Attorney Tom Galvin provided background on President Trump’s executive order and explained how it will impact how social media operates going forward.

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As residents perish, nursing homes fight for protection from lawsuits

Posted by   /  May 26, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Courts/Law  /  No Comments

Getty Images Facing an onslaught of deaths, one of the nation’s lobbying powerhouses succeeds in limiting liability in 20 states, while pressuring Congress for federal protections  By Maggie Severns and Rachel Roubein | POLITICO As an unprecedented catastrophe unfolds in which more than 28,000 people have died of Covid-19 in care facilities, the nursing home […]

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Regional News: Three Republican groups sue California governor over mail-in-vote

Posted by   /  May 25, 2020  /  2020 Elections, Courts/Law, Regional News  /  No Comments

FILE PHOTO: California’s Governor Gavin Newsom speaks to the media March 3, 2020./ REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar  (Reuters) – The Republican National Committee (RNC) and two other Republican groups on Sunday filed a lawsuit against California Governor Gavin Newsom over his executive orders to use mail-in ballots for the November election. California was the first state in […]

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Plight of ‘dreamers’ looms as Supreme Court decides their fate; RLG Immigration Chair Darius Amiri Weighs In

Posted by   /  May 22, 2020  /  Courts/Law, Featured News, Immigration  /  No Comments

By Darius Amiri | Arizona Capitol Times While the nation’s focus is rightfully on the COVID-19 crisis, another crisis is looming for a large group of young people. Dreamers are living a nightmare as they wait for the federal government to act on their status. There is no national consensus on immigration, with passionate viewpoints […]

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Supreme Court throws another Republican off Corporation Commission ballot

Posted by   /  May 15, 2020  /  Courts/Law, Energy and Environment  /  No Comments

By Dillon Rosenblatt | Arizona Capitol Times Kim Owens Another Republican candidate hoping to get elected to the Arizona Corporation Commission has fallen short due to the Arizona Supreme Court reversing a lower court’s decision on her nominating petitions. Kim Owens, an executive for Gordon C. James Public Relations, originally won her trial court challenge […]

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State Supreme Court rules Corporation Commissioner Boyd Dunn cannot appear on ballot

Posted by   /  May 14, 2020  /  2018 Elections, Courts/Law, Energy and Environment, Real Estate  /  No Comments

By Andrew Oxford | Arizona Republic  Boyd Dunn The Arizona Supreme Court said Corporation Commissioner Boyd Dunn cannot appear on the Republican primary ballot, upholding the decision of a lower court judge to boot him from the race after a campaign worker said she forged some of his nominating petition signatures. The decision upends Dunn’s […]

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