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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Chief justice sees no justification for increasing court to seven judges.

Right to benefit from solar, senators should name nominee, Prop. 123's hidden negatives. 

Reader views on packing state supreme court, budget surplus, Broadway vote.

Four former chief justices decry horse-trading leading to added gubernatorial power.

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Helping Tucson visitors, older worker job search, Obama's Cuba visit.

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Governor chooses lawyer known for his legal battles on limited government.

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PHOENIX — The state’s high court is not going to decide what is an illegal conflict of interest for members of the Arizona Corporation Commiss…

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

The court won't settle conflict of interest concerns for members of the Arizona Corporation Commission.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

They say Bob Stump's texts could be labeled as "legislative privilege."

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He says utility regulator Susan Bitter Smith is "ineligible to serve.''

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Opinions on progressive taxes, a kinder Thanksgiving dinner, missing red-light cameras?

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Arizona Supreme Court says the presence of marijuana is not proof that someone is actually impaired.

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Cities and counties are not automatically "interested parties" with right to intercede in disputes.

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Arizona's water agency need not consider claims that a transfer is contrary to the "public interest," a state Supreme Court ruling says.

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Governor will pick from three final candidates.

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Not a fan of state's mandatory sentencing laws.

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The ruling preserves health care for about 350,000 Arizonans.

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What the courts ultimately rule could have implications for instantly sharing images and videos.

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Suit could take years to settle. Taxes must be collected starting now.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Administrator Chuck Huckelberry says the county cannot afford to lose $18.4 million.