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Arizona secretary of state Katie Hobbs “winning” Arizona Governorship is like a casino pit boss winning a fortune on her own roulette table

December 07, 2022 -

It's hard to understand how the voting system works, how everything is counted, verified (or not verified), and reported back to the voters correctly. Nobody seems to be able to properly verify, investigate, or challenge anything that goes on behind closed doors. This is the same with the casinos, where the eye in the sky is always watching, the odds are stacked against the gambler, the machines all sound like they're awarding winners galore, but what happens to the biggest ...

Arizona and Texas to become hubs for EV, battery and semiconductor companies

May 04, 2023 -

LG Energy Solution has announced a $5.5 billion battery manufacturing facility near Phoenix, while Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) is investing $40 billion to open the company's second chip plant in Arizona.

"We always had a technology-rich workforce, a lot of engineers here because of Raytheon, Honeywell, General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin," said Steve Zylstra, CEO of the Arizona Technology Council, a statewide trade association ...

Arizona Republicans ban the state from using electronic voting machines in future federal elections

May 24, 2023 -

In a letter to all 15 county boards of supervisors in Arizona, State Senate Majority Leader Sonny Borrelli said the state legislature, through a resolution passed earlier this year, prohibits them from using "electronic voting systems" as the primary method of conducting federal elections until these systems meet certain criteria that the state's election systems currently do not meet. (Related: Everything Home: Michele Swinick renews call for probe on AZ corruption, election ...

Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs sets up $40M scholarship program for illegals to attend state universities

January 13, 2023 -

In her inaugural address, Hobbs promised to expand the Arizona Promise Scholarship Program, a program that helps talented low-income students pay tuition fees to attend universities in the state. She also promised to create a separate scholarship program specifically meant to benefit  illegal immigrants, known as the "Promise for DREAMers Scholarship Program" that will cover all students, regardless of immigration status, who attend a public university.

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Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs vetoes bill protecting employees from bosses who refuse to grant COVID-19 vaccine mandate exemptions

April 07, 2023 -

The bill in question, Senate Bill 1250, would have required employers – including those in the healthcare industry – to offer exemptions to vaccine mandates for certain vaccines that also include those for influenza A or B and "any vaccination authorized by the United States Food and Drug Administration for emergency use only." Employers that refuse to recognize exemptions for these vaccines can be punished with fines of up to $5,000. (Related: Recently passed New York state ...

Arizona man held on $1 million bond for firing warning shots after armed men pointed ‘AK-47 right at him’

February 14, 2023 -

According to Fox News, George Alan Kelly, 73, is being charged with first-degree murder over the shooting death of a Mexican national and suspected illegal alien found dead on his property. The defense is also arguing that the January 30 shooting was not premeditated and was, in fact, an act of self-defense.

The report said he's being held in connection with the "shooting of a man whom authorities believe to be 48-year-old Gabriel Cuen-Butimea, based on the Mexican ...

Arizona state trooper seizes over $3M worth of fentanyl pills and cocaine during traffic stop less than 30 miles from the border

June 07, 2023 -

The incident took place near the census-designated place of Amado along Interstate 19 in Santa Cruz County, about 45 minutes and less than 30 miles north of Arizona's border with Mexico.

The trooper stopped 27-year-old Fernando Alfonso-Fernandez while he was driving his 2015 Honda Accord heading north on Interstate 19 at milepost 34, near Amado. The trooper reported seeing several suspicious things that may indicate criminal activity and proceeded to conduct a ...

Arizona city to fingerprint pharmacy customers

February 03, 2011 - printable article

Arizona city to fingerprint pharmacy customers


The Prather Point: Arizona State Rep. Mark Finchem talks about Dem election rigging in Arizona

December 21, 2022 -

The Republican Finchem, who lost to Democrat Adrian Fontes in the race for Arizona secretary of state, filed a lawsuit against Fontes and gubernatorial winner Katie Hobbs.

"We want a new election," said Finchem. "We would prefer not to go to trial because it wastes the court's time on the defense side because we already have made our case." (Related: Arizona’s election must be redone: Here are at least three provable constitutional violations that ...

Arizona city to fingerprint pharmacy customers

February 03, 2011 - Arizona city to fingerprint pharmacy customers

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Arizona Attorney General looks into “Sharpiegate” complaints

November 06, 2020 -

At some polling locations in Maricopa County, Arizona's most populous, voters were handed Sharpies that upon being used, bled through ballots and potentially invalidated them.

Mark Brnovich, Arizona's top law enforcement official, has promised to look into the matter to figure out where Sharpies were used and whether or not it impacted the vote count.

"Voters are concerned that the use of Sharpies may have caused ballots to be rejected, spoiled, ...

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