November 18, 2020

Opinion

Opinion: The Worst Transitions in U.S. Presidential History

As we look back on the 2020 election and the subsequent transition from the Trump to the Biden administrations, it seems almost certain that this will be viewed by both historians and the public as among the worst transitions in American presidential history. But it does not stand alone. While it is absolutely clear a

Legal Beat

Customs and Border Protection Officer Accused of Interfering with Investigation

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that a State Grand Jury indicted United States Customs and Border Protection Officer Elizabeth Landeros with five counts of Computer Tampering, one count of Obstructing Criminal Investigations or Prosecutions, and one count of Conspiracy. In June 2018, Landeros’ son was indicted by a Pima County Grand Jury on five counts of

Local

Increased demand for YRP mentorship program creates need for more volunteers

The Yavapai Reentry Project, a project of MATFORCE, works with community members returning from incarceration. One of the programs the Yavapai Reentry Project (YRP) offers participants is the opportunity to be paired with a Community Coach. These coaches are trained volunteer mentors that offer the opportunity for community support, to help create hope for their

Legal Beat

Phoenix Petition Signature Gathering Company Faces Criminal Charges for Alleged Illegal Payments to Prop 208 Initiative Circulators

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that AZ Petition Partners LLC, an Arizona Limited Liability Company doing business as “Petition Partners,” has been charged with fifty (50) misdemeanor counts in connection with alleged payments under illegal bonus programs purportedly paid to contracted petition circulators gathering signatures for the Invest in Education ballot initiative (Prop 208). The

Opinion

Opinion: Dealing With Political Loss

The intensity and deep partisanship of the 2020 election has left many of us in serious distress. Most Democrats, reading misguided polls, felt optimistic going into the election, and then faced an early possibility that Donald Trump would win the White House. Now they are dealing with losses in the House and a possible Republican

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