State Rep. Steele resigns to run for Congress

State Rep. Steele resigns to run for Congress

SHE FINALLY DID SOMETHING NEWSWORTHY. – ED. By Harry Alexander / SoAzNewsX Arizona Rep. Victoria Steele has made it offical that she’s running for Congress in Arizona’s CD2. She resigned her state house seat earlier this week. By law, Steele was required to resign to run for the higher office. She hopes to go up […]

Tucson saves money with purchase card program

Tucson saves money with purchase card program

By SoAzNewsX The City of Tucson recently received a rebate of more than $849,000 for its participation in the JP Morgan purchasing card (PCard) program. The PCard program allows the city to purchase items through a credit card instead of the traditional purchasing and payment process, according to a news release from the city. The […]

Gov. Doug Ducey appoints Clint Bolick to Arizona Supreme Court

Gov. Doug Ducey appoints Clint Bolick to Arizona Supreme Court

By SoAzNewsX Governor Doug Ducey last week announced the appointment of Phoenix attorney Clint Bolick, an independent, to the Supreme Court of Arizona. This is Governor Ducey’s first appointment to the Supreme Court of Arizona. Mr. Bolick specializes in United States and Arizona constitutional law, and also handles cases involving state and federal regulatory law, […]

GRAB THE TIN FOIL HATS: McCain goes full birther on Ted Cruz

GRAB THE TIN FOIL HATS: McCain goes full birther on Ted Cruz

From Sonoran Alliance You don’t have to be a Ted Cruz supporter to notice John McCain stepping in it on this one. He has joined Trump with a cheap shot clearly motivated by his personal dislike of Cruz. JOHN: You get to be a statesman and have a legacy by avoiding lowball crap like this. […]

Judge unbelievably refuses to grant a retrial for former Rep. Renzi despite finding rampant prosecutorial wrongdoing

Judge unbelievably refuses to grant a retrial for former Rep. Renzi despite finding rampant prosecutorial wrongdoing

Rachel Alexander / Reprinted from Townhall Tucson Federal District Court Judge David Bury issued a decision on December 30 denying a retrial for imprisoned former Congressman Rick Renzi of Arizona, developments which I’ve been tracking over the last six months. Bizarrely, at the same time, Bury admitted in his nine-page opinion that virtually everything factual […]

Salmon votes to repeal Obamacare

Salmon votes to repeal Obamacare

By SoAzNewsX Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ-05) released the following statement upon voting in favor of the House reconciliation bill. “Unlike the initial budget reconciliation bill that passed the House, today’s bill took great strides to put America on solid ground. Not only did we dismantle the President’s disastrous healthcare law, but we were also successful […]

McCain exposes billions in government waste

McCain exposes billions in government waste

By Elizabeth Harrington / Washington Free Beacon More than half a million dollars for a film about Mickey Mouse, $5,000 to study Hello Kitty, and more than $50,000 getting birds drunk are just a few examples of taxpayer-funded projects exposed by Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) in his latest book on government waste. The Washington […]

McSally bill would restore burial rights for WASPs at Arlington National Cemetery

McSally bill would restore burial rights for WASPs at Arlington National Cemetery

By SoAzNewsX Rep. Martha McSally this week introduced bipartisan legislation to restore the burial rights for Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) at Arlington National Cemetery. The legislation, the WASP Arlington Inurnment Restoration (AIR) Act, would overturn a recent decision by the Secretary of the Army rescinding inurnment eligibility for WASP pilots, which they have had since […]

Dedication of Arizona Trail Canopy project set for Jan. 16

Dedication of Arizona Trail Canopy project set for Jan. 16

By SoAzNewsX Two bond-funded projects designed to provide an extra margin of safety to Arizona Trail users and drivers near East Marsh Station Road are being dedicated at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 16, by District 4 Supervisor Ray Carroll and Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation. The Arizona Trail Canopy project is an $80,000 […]

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