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>

The Goldwater Institute's Mark Flatten went on Live and Let Live on the Rule of Law Radio Network to talk about his investigative report, High Fliers, as well as some of Arizona's most notable past news stories.

A conservative advocacy group’s report card on how Arizona lawmakers uphold its definition of liberty rates every Republican ahead of every Democrat in both houses of the Legislature.

 

Phoenix--Today the Goldwater Institute released its seventh annual Legislative Report Card, scoring Arizona lawmakers on 305 votes cast this year.

ABC 15 did an investigative report on CityNorth and interesting campaign contributions to Phoenix City Council members.

Watch it here

Read the ABC 15 investigation here

The Goldwater Institute's Mark Flatten joined The Libertarian Solution on KFNX to talk about the findings in his investigation High Fliers.

The Goldwater Institute's Mark Flatten spent an hour on KFYI's Terry Gilberg Show where he detailed his investigation, High Fliers.

The Goldwater Institute's Mark Flatten joined KJZZ's Here and Now program to discuss his first Goldwater Institute investigation, High Fliers.

The Goldwater Institute's Mark Flatten appeared live on KTVK Channel 3 to discuss the findings of his first Goldwater Institute investigation, "High Fliers".

A federal program designed to help disadvantaged minority businesses secure concession contracts at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is benefiting a small cadre of wealthy political insiders, according to a report released today by the libertarian Goldwater Institute.

Mary Rose Wilcox eked out a small profit from a Mexican restaurant she owned in south Phoenix before she used her race and status as the owner of a “disadvantaged” business to land a lucrative concession deal at Sky Harbor International Airport.

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