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State high court voids 2018 law on city elections

By: Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services April 14, 2021

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The Arizona Supreme Court has once again nullified efforts by lawmakers to tell Tucson — and all the state’s charter cities — when they can have their elections. 

In a 5-1 ruling Wednesday, the justices rejected arguments by Attorney General Mark Brnovich that a 2018 law requiring cities to select their mayors and council members to coincide with statewide elections is constitutional. 

3/30/2021 House, Senate discard mask requirement

3/30/2021 House, Senate discard mask requirement

Calling it a matter of personal freedom, Republican state senators voted Monday to allow themselves to take off their masks. 

Attorney General Mark Brnovich is asking a federal judge to rule that Arizona can take billions from the federal government in the new virus aid package without having to comply with a provision barring the state from using the cash for tax breaks.

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Local governments cannot stop their employees from donating to candidates for local offices, Attorney General Mark Brnovich concluded.

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