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Editorial: Suit may garner answersPosted on November 27, 2011 | Type: In the News
Nothing against the practice of advertising your product, mind you -- institutionally speaking, we strongly endorse it -- but perhaps you too have wondered, as we have: Why in the world is a public agency like the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission spending what looks like a healthy fortune on promoting itself in advertising?
Goldwater Institute sues Clean Elections Commission over advertisingPosted on November 23, 2011 | Type: In the News
In its lawsuit, Goldwater Institute attorney Carrie Ann Sitren cites the Clean Election Commission’s own marketing plan that says it ‘Needs to raise its profile and begin laying the groundwork to counter charges that the system doesn’t work.’
SCOTUS agrees to hear federal health care lawsuitPosted on November 14, 2011 | Type: In the News | Author: Clint Bolick
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in a case brought by more than two dozen states challenging the constitutionality of the federal health care law. The core issue is whether the individual mandate to purchase government-prescribed health care is constitutional. The Court of Appeals ruled that it was unconstitutional.
Jonathan Butcher discusses the Parent Trigger LawPosted on November 09, 2011 | Type: In the News
The Goldwater Institute's Jonathan Butcher appeared on KTVK Channel 3 to discuss the parent trigger law, which would give parents the power to shut down their child's failing school.
Appeals court sides with tattoo shop in fight with MesaPosted on November 04, 2011 | Type: In the News
The Mesa City Council denied two tattoo artists the constitutional protections of free speech by rejecting their efforts to open a business two years ago, the Arizona Court of Appeals said Thursday.