U.S. House of Representatives Archives

Former Congressman John Shadegg joins Polsinelli


Former U.S. Congressman John B. Shadegg joined Polsinelli’s Phoenix and Washington, D.C. offices, Tuesday, as shareholder. Shadegg brings extensive experience to Polsinelli’s national Public Policy Practice, including eight terms in Congress where he demonstrated leadership and a passion for health care and energy issues on behalf of the country and Arizonans specifically. “Polsinelli has an established and… Read More →

Kyl to receive honorary degree from Thunderbird


Thunderbird President Larry Edward Penley, Ph.D. will award former U.S. Senator Jon Kyl with a doctorate of international law honoris causa on Friday, Dec. 13 during Thunderbird’s fall commencement ceremony, beginning at 10 a.m. in the Thunderbird Event Center. Kyl has been a friend to Thunderbird over the years, most notably serving as a special… Read More →

ASU names Kyl Distinguished Fellow, Scholar


Former United States Senator Jon Kyl has accepted a part-time appointment at Arizona State University as Distinguished Fellow in Public Service in the ASU College of Public Programs and as O’Connor Distinguished Scholar of Law and Public Service in the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU. The Senate’s former No. 2 Republican leader… Read More →

Arizona Gains One House Of Representatives Seat From The 2010 Census

Arizona Gains Seat House of Representatives
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It all starts with the census! The American Constitution mandates that every ten years our federal government must run a census. Once the census is complete, there is a massive political trickle-down effect. The first and most obvious result of a new census is changes to congressional representation. There are 435 seats in the U.S.… Read More →