Capitol Times Guest Opinion May 18, 2017 107 years ago, Arizona’s founders feared that legislatures could land in the pockets of special interests. They believed that ultimately, the people in power had to be accountable to the citizens. They gave us the power of referendum, recall and initiative. Today’s state
Our May 2017 Newsletter features Legislative District 11 activities.
Additionally, we put up a list of online training opportunities being conducted by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the Association of State Democratic Chairs on
ust when I was starting to think highly of the AZ Republic Editorial Board’s judgement, they came out today with: “The focus of this budget was clearly education – from kindergarten through the university level. It is the beginning of a long climb to provide Arizona’s schools with the resources