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KFYI's Barry Young spent some time talking about Goldwater Institute investigative reporter Mark Flatten's new report about the difficulty in firing a problem government worker.
The Goldwater Institute's investigative reporter Mark Flatten appeared on CBS 5 News to talk about his investigation, Undisciplined Bureaucracy, which explores the difficulty in firing a problem government worker.
Goldwater Institute investigative reporter Mark Flatten's latest investigation, Undisciplined Bureaucracy, which focused on the difficulty in terminating an inept government employee, was featured on KTVK TV3.
After Goldwater Institute investigative journalist Mark Flatten released, Undisciplined Bureaucracy, his story about how hard it is to terminate a problem government employee, KFYI's Barry Young talked about the investigation on his show.
Phoenix--U.S. District Court Judge Henry Hudson today ruled that the federal health care law requiring individuals to purchase government-prescribed health insurance exceeds congressional powers and therefore violates the Constitution.
“This is the opening salvo in the battle to bring down one of the most intrusive laws ever passed,” declared Clint Bolick, director of the Goldwater Institute Scharf-Norton Center for Constitutional Litigation, which has filed its own legal challenge to the law in federal court in Phoenix.
Goldwater Institute investigative journalist Mark Flatten talked with KFYI's Mike Broomhead about his latest investigation "Undisciplined Bureaucracy," which exposes the difficulty in disciplining a problem government worker.
Sleeping on duty, threatening co-workers, falsifying documents, rudeness, sexual harassment and poor performance would get you fired from most jobs.
Goldwater Institute investigative reporter Mark Flatten appeared on KJZZ's Here and Now to discuss the city of Phoenix considering a proposal to end preferential treatment in awarding concession contracts to women and minority business
PHOENIX – The Goldwater Institute has released its Legislative Report Card for 2010, which analyzes the votes of Arizona legislators on 411 bills.
Goldwater Institute investigative reporter Mark Flatten went on KJZZ's Here and Now program to discuss lobbying--pros and cons, and how it's changing.