Government Accountability

Back-room deals and closed doors are not the stuff of free governments. Our work is making governments more transparent and accountable to citizens.

<p>Back-room deals and closed doors are not the stuff of free governments. Our work is making governments more transparent and accountable to citizens.</p>

Goldwater Institute investigative reporter Mark Flatten was part of a Fox News investigation called "Secrets of 9/11." Mr. Flatten discussed some of the terrorists' connections to Arizona.

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Goldwater Institute attorney Nick Dranias appeared live on KPNX Channel 12 the day after Glendale voted to give the NHL another $25 million to keep the Phoenix Coyotes playing in Glendale.

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Overhauling Arizona’s rules for disciplining state workers who are incompetent, ineffective, or behave badly remains a top priority for Governor Jan Brewer and lawmakers who say they will likely advance the issue in a special legislative session.

KTVK Channel 3 did a story on a Goldwater Institute investigation that examined a Chandler Police sting operation in which an undercover officer was killed. Investigative reporter Mark Flatten revealed that one of the suspects involved was actually a DEA informant.

 

The Goldwater Institute's Clint Bolick appeared on ABC 15 the day before the Goldwater Institute's meeting with Glendale and Matthew Hulsizer on the sale of the Phoenix Coyotes.

Immediately after the meeting between the Goldwater Institute, Glendale, and Matthew Hulsizer on the Phoenix Coyotes situation, Goldwater attorney Nick Dranias joined KFYI's Mike Broomhead to tell him how it went.

 

Goldwater Institute attorney Clint Bolick joined KFYI's Mike Broomhead to talk about the upcoming meeting between the Goldwater Institute, Glendale, and Matthew Hulsizer on the Phoenix Coyotes situation.

Goldwater Institute attorney Nick Dranias was a guest on XTRA Sports 910's Bickley and MJ Show where he discussed the meeting between the Goldwater Institute, Glendale, and Matthew Hulsizer concerning the sale of the Phoenix Coyotes.

 

The man accused of initiating the drug buy that led to the 2010 death of a Chandler, Ariz., police officer made a plea bargain with federal prosecutors four months earlier to avoid a long prison term, and worked as an informant for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration at some time prior to the deal erupting in gunfire.

Goldwater Institute president Darcy Olsen appeared on KAET's Horizon to explain why Glendale's proposed deal to help a Chicago businessman buy the Phoenix Coyotes is illegal under the Arizona Constitution.

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