Separately, the U.S. Supreme Court separately agreed to reconsider whether a federal judge in Texas acted correctly in another challenge.
Governor chooses lawyer known for his legal battles on limited government.
Attorney tells justices the Independent Redistricting Commission acted illegally.
Readers discuss preliminary research reporting, TUSD desegregation order, Constitution Week, Operation Streamline.
PHOENIX — Arizona has approved an effort designed to push back against the federal government for any actions the state considers unconstitutional.
Rick Renzi was convicted of extortion, fraud, conspiracy and racketeering.
The justices to decide if the U.S. Constitution requires lawmakers to make the boundaries.
Prop. 122 blocks state from implementing federal programs deemed unconstitutional.
PHOENIX — A federal court refused Tuesday to disturb the lines for the state’s 30 legislative districts even if they were designed in part to favor Democrats.
PHOENIX — Arizona voters have a constitutional right to wrest control of drawing congressional boundaries from the Legislature, a federal court ruled late Friday.
The following editorial appeared Friday in the Los Angeles Times:
It’s just a few weeks into a new year, still a long way to November, but the primary battles for both parties are already underway, not only for this year’s elections, but for 2016 as well.
Today is U.S. Constitution Day and the 226th anniversary of our nation’s founding document. This word cloud is based on the original document and does not include the amendments. You’ll find information about the Constitution and quizzes to challenge your knowledge at www.constitutionfacts.com
WASHINGTON — Affirmative action in college admissions survived Supreme Court review Monday in a consensus decision that avoided the difficult constitutional issues surrounding a challenge to the University of Texas admission plan.