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Goldwater Institute and NAACP Maricopa County Branch File Arizona Supreme Court Amicus BriefPosted on November 14, 2005 | Type: Press Release
An Arizona Supreme Court amicus brief filed today, written by the Goldwater Institute and joined by the NAACP Maricopa County Branch, argues for upholding private property protections guaranteed by the Arizona Constitution and asks the Court to uphold the legal standard developed in Bailey v. Meyers that protects property owners against eminent domain abuse by governments.
Helping ASU and UA Cope with Annual Budget BattlePosted on November 01, 2005 | Type: Press Release
PHOENIX-Arizona's public universities can become world-class research institutions by embracing an entrepreneurial approach to fundraising and reducing their reliance on state appropriations, according to a new report released today by the Goldwater Institute.
2005 Goldwater Institute Legislative Report Card Released: Shows Legislature Moving in the Right DirectionPosted on September 01, 2005 | Type: Press Release
PHOENIX-The Goldwater Institute today released its third annual Legislative Report Card, the state's most comprehensive analysis of the voting records of all Arizona legislators. The report card uses an objective scoring system to determine how well each legislator has respected and advanced the enumerated rights of the people consistent with the Arizona Constitution.
$742 per Second: Arizona Spending Watch to Show Speed of State Government SpendingPosted on June 30, 2005 | Type: Press Release
PHOENIX-At midnight tonight, the start of fiscal year 2006, the new online Arizona Spending Watch will spring into action, showing how quickly state government spends its $23.4 billion budget.* A joint project of the Goldwater Institute and the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, the Arizona Spending Watch reveals an average expenditure rate of $742 per second.
Supreme Court Abandons Constitutional Limit on Government Power:Posted on June 23, 2005 | Type: Press Release
PHOENIX - The U.S. Supreme Court today ruled that the U.S. Constitution does not protect property owners from government seizures for redevelopment purposes.