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Superior Court Upholds Education Savings AccountsPosted on January 26, 2012 | Type: Press Release
Education-reform advocates won a key victory today, with a judge upholding the constitutionality of Arizona’s first-in-the-nation education savings accounts.
Entrepreneur Providing In-Home Service To Elderly, Bedridden Fights Unconstitutional RegulationsPosted on December 13, 2011 | Type: Press Release
A cancer survivor and former hospice nurse’s assistant is suing the Arizona Board of Cosmetology over rules she says unconstitutionally deny her the right to earn an honest living – while at the same time needlessly denying services to homebound, elderly and bedridden individuals across the state.
City, Police Union Sued By TaxpayersPosted on December 08, 2011 | Type: Press Release
Calling it an unconstitutional giveaway that harms taxpayers and takes police resources off the streets, two Phoenix residents today filed suit against the City of Phoenix and the city’s largest police union, seeking to end the widespread practice of allowing public-sector employees to do union work while on the city payroll.
Lawsuit Demands End To Clean Elections Commission's Illegal Self PromotionPosted on November 21, 2011 | Type: Press Release
A lawsuit filed today claims that the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission’s acts of self promotion – done in the name of voter education -- violate state statue.
SCOTUS agrees to hear federal health care lawsuitPosted on November 14, 2011 | Type: Press Release | Author: Clint Bolick
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in a case brought by more than two dozen states challenging the constitutionality of the federal health care law. The core issue is whether the individual mandate to purchase government-prescribed health care is constitutional. The Court of Appeals ruled that it was unconstitutional.