U.S. House Legislation Gives Arizona Drought Relief And Upholds Water Rights For The Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT). Updated Federal Legislation Introduced By Congressman Raul Grijalva Is Passed In U.S. House Vote.

Federal Legislation Previously Introduced In U.S. Senate A U.S. House version of S. 3308, a bill that would authorize the Colorado River Indian Tribes to lease a portion of its federal Colorado River water allocation, has been approved in a vote on the House floor. Arizona District 3 Congressman Raul Grijalva introduced the House legislation as part of a larger … Read More

The Breakdown: Can Anyone Topple Mark Kelly? The US Senate Race

We are wrapping up our Breakdown series as your ballot likely sits on your dining room table, and we have moved up progressively from the least well-known and covered statewide races to the most. And so we end with the highest prize in the state: who will join 99 other Americans in the US Senate, and can anyone topple Senator … Read More

Guest Editorial: The Libertarian Master of Puppets

By Alexander Lomax The parade of new entrants in Arizona political races continued last week, as we have a new candidate looking to unseat Mark Kelly: Blake Masters declared his candidacy for the US Senate. Who is Blake Masters, you may be asking yourself. Not much is known about Mr. Masters, but what is known is unusual. Most notably, he … Read More