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  • Goldwater Institute, Tucson Citizen Announce Joint Gubernatorial Candidate Forum

    Posted on June 26, 2002 | Type: Press Release

    The Goldwater Institute and the Tucson Citizen have announced the date for a gubernatorial candidate forum in Tucson. The event will take place the evening of Tuesday, August 20, 2002, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the Marriott University Park, 880 East Second Street.

  • Gutierrez, Hess and Salmon to Attend August 20 Candidate Forum

    Posted on June 26, 2002 | Type: Press Release

    Phoenix, AZ-The Goldwater Institute has received notice from the campaigns of Democrat Alfredo Gutierrez, Libertarian Barry Hess, and Republican Matt Salmon that their candidates will appear in Tucson on August 20, 2002, for the gubernatorial candidate forum co-hosted by the Institute and the Tucson Citizen.

  • Court Tosses Part of Campaign Reform

    Posted on June 19, 2002 | Type: Press Release

    Now that the Arizona Court of Appeals has exposed one of the many dirty little secrets of the "Clean Elections" system - that its main funding source is unconstitutional - the public soon may have to decide whether it's worth keeping.

  • Goldwater Institute Applauds Clean Elections Decision

    Posted on June 18, 2002 | Type: Press Release

    Goldwater Institute scholar Robert Franciosi applauds the unanimous decision by the Arizona Court of Appeals, which ruled yesterday that coercive public funding of campaigns is unconstitutional.

  • Goldwater Study Debunks Worries about Arizona's Growth

    Posted on June 06, 2002 | Type: Press Release

    Phoenix, AZ-In a policy paper released today, Goldwater Institute economist Robert Franciosi concludes that Arizona's rapid growth over the past decade has had largely positive effects on the state's economy. His findings contradict the views of many industrial policy advocates, who have expressed concern over the state's growth pattern and proposed what Franciosi calls "a sweeping agenda for activist government."

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