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Report: Disabled Americans more engaged with 2016 election


A new Pew Research Center analysis shows that Americans with disabilities are more engaged with the current election than the general public, although they are less likely to turn out on election day because “they face a number of obstacles to voting.” The report, A Political Profile of Disabled Americans, found that nearly three-quarters of the… Read More →

Supreme Court upholds redrawing of Arizona’s legislative districts

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The Supreme Court unanimously affirmed the boundaries of Arizona’s legislative districts Wednesday, saying the commission that drew the districts had legitimate reasons for putting more voters in some districts than in others. A group of voters had argued that the districts drawn in 2012 by the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission violated the “one-person, one-vote” principle… Read More →

‘Top Lawyer’ voting opens

by in Business News | Featured | Legal

Voting is now open for Arizona Business magazine’s “Top Lawyers List.” To vote, simply go here: Top Lawyers The 2013 list will run in both the March 2013 issue of Az Business magazine, as well as the 2013 edition of Ranking Arizona. You can vote for attorneys who were nominated in these categories: BANKING BANKRUPTCY/REORGANIZATION… Read More →

Paid time off to vote? Yes, in Arizona!

by in Business News | Politics | Workforce

As the November election approaches, Americans gear up to exercise their greatest civic duty — voting. But finding the time to vote is a luxury many working voters struggle with. However, Arizona law simplifies this process by dictating that employers must give eligible voters up to three hours of paid leave in order to vote… Read More →