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Goldwater Institute attorney Carrie Ann Sitren went live on Channel 3 to explain why the Goldwater Institute sued the City of Phoenix for the release of public records related to a deal the City is making with the Wyndham Hotel in downtown Phoenix.
After arguing in court for the City of Phoenix to release public documents regarding a deal it is making with the Wyndham Hotel, the Goldwater Institute's Carrie Ann Sitren talked to Channel 12 about the lawsuit.
In late 2009, several media stories announced that the City of Phoenix was offering a sizable tax break to the Wyndham Hotel through a sales-lease back arrangement.
Goldwater Institute attorney Clint Bolick appeared on Horizon to talk about the Arizona Supreme Court's decision in the CityNorth case.
PHOENIX--After four months of inaction and waiting for the City of Glendale to comply with multiple judge's orders to promptly produce public records relating to negotiations between city officials and owners of the Coyotes hockey team
The Goldwater Institute's Dr. Byron Schlomach joined KKNT's James Allen to discuss Climate-gate.
Facing a second legal battle with the Goldwater Institute, Tempe has amended its deal with the developers of Sea Life Aquarium to spell out what the city will get in return for a $218,000 tax incentive.
Tempe City Council voted to approve the new deal at Thursday's council meeting. The move came one day after a Maricopa County Superior Court judge said she would set a speedy hearing to weigh the institute's allegation that the incentive violates state law and state Constitution.
The Goldwater Institute's Mark Flatten went on Live and Let Live on the Rule of Law Radio Network to talk about his investigative report, High Fliers, as well as some of Arizona's most notable past news stories.
A conservative advocacy group’s report card on how Arizona lawmakers uphold its definition of liberty rates every Republican ahead of every Democrat in both houses of the Legislature.
Phoenix--Today the Goldwater Institute released its seventh annual Legislative Report Card, scoring Arizona lawmakers on 305 votes cast this year.