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Appeals Court Says Salon Owner Can Challenge Arizona Rules Stopping Spa Fish TherapyPosted on April 29, 2011 | Type: Press Release
PHOENIX — The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled today the Goldwater Institute can challenge the actions of the State Board of Cosmetology to shut down a time-tested spa fish therapy that had been offered by nail salon owner Cindy Vong.
Goldwater Institute Offers Only Lawsuit to Stop IPABPosted on April 20, 2011 | Type: Press Release
PHOENIX — Politicians on both sides of the aisle are raising alarms about the unelected board that President Barack Obama has chosen to drastically reduce Medicare spending. Established by the federal health care law and highlighted in President Obama's April 13 speech on the deficit, the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) is a 15-member, presidentially appointed panel that will be free to set Medicare policy and health care payment rates with no meaningful congressional oversight and without the possibility of judicial review.
Arizona Adopts Education Savings Accounts To Aid Special Needs StudentsPosted on April 12, 2011 | Type: Press Release
PHOENIX – Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed today a powerful law to help families with special needs children obtain the best possible education regardless of the physical setting for that instruction. This program replaces school tuition vouchers, which the Arizona Supreme Court ruled in 2009 violate the state constitution.
Goldwater Institute Seeks to Block Misuse of School District Bond MoneyPosted on April 05, 2011 | Type: Press Release | Author: Le Templar
Watchdog group asks court to enforce contract between school board and voters
Goldwater Institute Wins Court Victory for Public RecordsPosted on March 31, 2011 | Type: Press Release | Author: Le Templar
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.