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The man accused of initiating the drug buy that led to the 2010 death of a Chandler, Ariz., police officer made a plea bargain with federal prosecutors four months earlier to avoid a long prison term, and worked as an informant for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration at some time prior to the deal erupting in gunfire.
Goldwater Institute president Darcy Olsen appeared on KAET's Horizon to explain why Glendale's proposed deal to help a Chicago businessman buy the Phoenix Coyotes is illegal under the Arizona Constitution.
The Goldwater Institute's Clint Bolick joined ABC 15's Craig Foughy to discuss the latest in the Glendale/Coyotes saga.
The Goldwater Institute's Clint Bolick appeared live on the McMahon Group with Pat McMahon to discuss the Institute's stance on the Glendale/Coyotes situation.
Goldwater Institute president Darcy Olsen appeared on Fox 10 Newsmaker Sunday to discuss the latest in the Glendale/Coyotes situation.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Court of Appeals today unanimously ruled in favor of the Goldwater Institute in rebuking the Congress (Ariz.) Elementary School District for its efforts to permanently deny public information sought by four parents and taxpayers.
Goldwater Institute president Darcy Olsen talked to Sludge from 93.3 KDKB about why the Goldwater Institute opposes the proposed sale of the Phoenix Coyotes.
The Goldwater Institute's Clint Bolick appeared on XTRA 910's Bickley and MJ Show to explain why the Goldwater Institute says Chicago businessman Matthew Hulsizer's "concessions" in his bid to buy the Phoenix Coyotes are not concessions at all.
Goldwater Institute investigative reporter Mark Flatten joined KFYI's Terry Gilberg to discuss some of his latest investigations, chiefly his stories about how difficult it is to fire a bad government employee, and how the highest paid university employees get the biggest raises.
The Goldwater Institute's Darcy Olsen joined KFYI's Jim Sharpe to explain how Chicago businessman Matthew Hulsizer's so-called concessions in the proposed purchase of the Phoenix Coyotes, are really not concessions at all.