28 Burst results for "Arizona Supreme Court"

Judge bars Kanye West from appearing on Arizona’s ballot

Dave Ramsey

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Judge bars Kanye West from appearing on Arizona’s ballot

"West Kanye yet Kanye West isn't giving up his efforts to get on the Arizona presidential ballot as an independent. He's asked the Arizona Supreme Court to reverse a ruling that bars him from appearing yesterday, a judge ruled West can't be on the errors on the ballot as an independent because he's a registered Republican. What in Wyoming, and that violates Arizona Law. West. Lawyers claim that his status is a registered Republican in Wyoming is a relevant To getting on the ballot in Arizona Hell,

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Arizona - Conviction upheld in death of girl locked in box

Steve and Ted

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Arizona - Conviction upheld in death of girl locked in box

"Arizona Supreme Court has upheld the murder conviction and death sentence of a man in the suffocation of a ten year old girl he locked in a plastic storage box as punishment and left to die justices rejected him John Michael Allen's claim the jurors abused their discretion in sentencing him to death in the twenty eleven killing of Amy deal because you see the child was ordered by Allen to get in the box for stealing an ice pop Alan and his wife who is Amy's cousin fell asleep discover the next morning that the child had

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:49 min | 7 months ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on AP News

"James McKinney was convicted of killing 2 people in home burglaries almost 30 years ago justice Brett Kavanaugh rejected the arguments that McKinney should be sentenced again this time by a jury he was sentenced to die by a judge McKinney also argued the court did not fully consider the horrific physical abuse he suffered as a child justice Ruth pater Ginsburg wrote in dissent she would hold McKinney's death sentence unconstitutional the Supreme Court ruled in 2002 juries not judges must impose death sentences the Arizona Supreme Court upheld McKinney sentence in 2018 if passed was taken into consideration and Donahue Washington

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Supreme Court upholds Arizona death sentence

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Supreme Court upholds Arizona death sentence

"James McKinney was convicted of killing two people in home burglaries almost thirty years ago justice Brett Kavanaugh rejected the arguments that McKinney should be sentenced again this time by a jury he was sentenced to die by a judge McKinney also argued the court did not fully consider the horrific physical abuse he suffered as a child justice Ruth pater Ginsburg wrote in dissent she would hold McKinney's death sentence unconstitutional the Supreme Court ruled in two thousand two juries not judges must impose death sentences the Arizona Supreme Court upheld McKinney sentence in twenty eighteen if passed was taken into consideration and Donahue Washington

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether Attorney General mark Burnett which can proceed with a lawsuit against the Arizona board of regents over what he calls skyrocketing tuition and fees at state universities this is a great development because this means that the people of errors on our one step closer to getting to the bottom of why in state tuition has increased more than three percents two thousand three the Attorney General notes that Arizona's constitution requires the state's public colleges to be provided as nearly free as possible he claims Arizona public universities have increased their tuition more than any other state in the country since the last recession the Pima county medical examiner's office has released the results of an autopsy on an Oklahoma man whose remains were found on Pima canyon trail in December investigators believe mountain lions fed on the remains but did not kill Stephen Brashear the heavily redacted report does not appear to show a cause of death the Democrats challenging Republican senator Martha make Sally for her seat has raised more money than any other Senate candidate in the country including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that's according to pollster Mike noble of each predictive insights in Phoenix noble says mark Kelly has raised twenty point two million dollars so far wall make Sally has brought in twelve point six million what it really directly shows too and how important the Arizona federation how important Arizona is with national implications for the control of the Senate is often we gonna be president noble says the twenty twenty Arizona Senate race is shaping up as the most expensive in history a look at your money the Dow closed up two hundred seventy five points at twenty nine thousand five hundred fifty five five fifty K. of why I news time six o'clock with a check of traffic.

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The president used only two hours of their time today to begin presenting their opening arguments there are you there was nothing nefarious and president trump's decision to withhold aid from the Ukraine CBS news will have more CBS news correspondent Carter Evans has the story of a unique court case in ruling in Arizona over frozen embryos this is my last chance to feel motherhood to be able to carry a child and feel a kick groovy Tories he's coming to terms with the fact that she may never give birth to her own child after the Arizona Supreme Court ruled that she must donate her seven frozen embryos to someone else it hurts very much to know that they won't be with me that I may never see them grow tourists froze her eggs in twenty fourteen after she was diagnosed with cancer at the time she and her husband both agreed to give the express written consent before one could use the embryos to achieve a pregnancy if the couple divorced they agreed to donate the embryos when the couple did divorce in twenty seventeen her ex husband refused to let tourists use the embryos no one should be forced to become a father with his ex wife against his wishes the court agreed saying Taurus must follow the contract he signed and donate the embryos but case propelled Arizona lawmakers to create a first in the nation law which now says in the case of divorce frozen embryos will go to the spouse who intends to use them to have a baby the law won't however help Taurus what hurts but I'm also glad that maybe somebody else who wants the opportunity to have a child we'll get to have one Carter Evans CBS news it all starts with just one thing this year resolve.

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Phoenix woman fights to keep frozen embryos

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:23 min | 8 months ago

Phoenix woman fights to keep frozen embryos

"Has the story of the unique court cage and ruling in Arizona over frozen embryos my last chance to feel motherhood to be able to carry a child and feel a kick groovy Tories he's coming to terms with the fact that she may never give birth to her own child after the Arizona Supreme Court ruled that she must donate her seven frozen embryos to someone else it hurts very much to know that they won't be with me that I may never see them grow tour is froze her eggs in twenty fourteen after she was diagnosed with cancer at the time she and her husband both agreed to give express written consent before one could use the embryos to achieve a pregnancy if the couple divorced they agreed to donate the embryos when the couple did divorce in twenty seventeen her ex husband refused to let tourists use the embryos no one should be forced to become a father with his ex wife against his wishes the court agreed saying Taurus must follow the contract he signed and donate the embryos but case propelled Arizona lawmakers to create a first in the nation law which now says in the case of divorce frozen embryos will go to the spouse who intends to use them to have a baby the law won't however help Taurus what hurts but I'm also glad that maybe somebody else who wants the opportunity to have a child we'll get to have

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Divorced woman can't use frozen embryos, court rules

Sean Hannity

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Divorced woman can't use frozen embryos, court rules

"The state Supreme Court rules in a frozen embryo I'm Tony chi KNXT news and Arizona woman will not be allowed to use fertilized embryos she froze before cancer treatment without permission from her ex husband in an opinion released today the Arizona Supreme Court found that an agreement the couple signed at the fertility clinic must be honored the ruling overturned an appeals court decision finding that ruby Torres is right to become a mother outweighed her ex husband's wish not to have

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Divorced woman can't use frozen embryos, court rules

Sean Hannity

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Divorced woman can't use frozen embryos, court rules

"And Arizona woman will not be allowed to use fertilized embryos she froze before cancer treatment without permission from her ex husband in an opinion released today the Arizona Supreme Court found that an agreement the couple signed at the fertility clinic must be honored the ruling overturned an appeals court decision finding that ruby Tauruses right to become a mother outweighed her ex husband's wish not to have

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Divorced woman can't use frozen embryos, court rules

Rush Limbaugh

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

Divorced woman can't use frozen embryos, court rules

"And Arizona woman will not be allowed to use fertilized embryos she froze before cancer treatment without permission from her ex husband in an opinion released today the Arizona Supreme Court found that an agreement the couple signed at the fertility clinic must be honored the ruling overturned an appeals court decision finding that ruby Torres's right to become a mother outweighed her ex husband's wish not to have

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:26 min | 8 months ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The Arizona Supreme Court will settle the growing battle between lived uber and the city of Phoenix over the higher fees on ride to healing pick ups and drop offs at sky harbor KTA yours Jim crosses live in the news center Bob this is city councilman that sell the sissy on behalf of the entire middle class of Arizona thank you for that the general burglar that should that puts him at odds with Phoenix America Gago who implied in a statement that Attorney General Marc rich succumbed to political pressure the market here legal analyst mark was drama tells ceteris ghettos the afternoon in Phoenix AZ some strong legal argument and I think they have enough strong arguments to go ahead and take it to the court in good faith and say this is what we believe regardless of what we're calling it whether it's fifty tax or surcharge that doesn't matter live the new center Jim cross KTAR news we continue our team coverage now the ball is now in the city of Phoenix AZ court to take back their fiat ride Cher companies at sky harbor KTA ours alley better joins us live with the next steps in this saga Attorney General mark British believes the service be violates the Arizona constitution thanks to voter approved prop one twenty six that states no new taxes or fees can be imposed now the next step in the process we will be filing not only a special action to get the Supreme Court to overturn the city feedings organs will be filing a second special action asking the Supreme Court to put this ordinance on hold and not take effect on February first part of it says the process is meant to be expedited to bring certainty and clarity to the public the only way goes away before ruling is Phoenix dropping the feet live in the newscenter an alley that never KTAR news president trump's impeachment we're hearing now from both of Arizona's senators who will be jurors on the impeachment trial which begins next Tuesday Democrats and a few moderate Republicans want to hear from witnesses many in the GOP they'll want to dismiss all Republican Martha make Sally was on with fox news is Laura Ingraham last night were trying to unite unite as a GOP but it's you know everything she was doing right now it's not about president trump it's not about the constitution it's not about a fair trial when he knew it and he just wants power democratic senator Kirsten cinema tells K. T. A. R. she'll be an impartial juror and will not comment on the proceedings until after the trial is over in other news said this afternoon or this morning Barrett all the honors college at Arizona State University is moving to a new space dean Marc Jacobs says it ran out of room at the university center in downtown Phoenix we had to have some of our staff in offices on the second floor other staff on the ground floor of the University Center and we had a really tough time getting classrooms but today they'll cut the ribbon on a new twelve thousand square foot space of the marcato near fifth street in Monroe it features four classrooms offices a computer lab and a writing center there's even a punching bag where the eight hundred students can knock out their stress and they can ring a thesis gong when they finish their thesis time for a check on traffic here's Monica read live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center seven the fifty one south bound at Indian school we do have an accident off to the right should be towed out pretty soon trap is pretty light on the fifty one right now says that it is laid out a whole lot because some sewing on I. ten east Bethel it's bill road to dissect Anson accidents off the freeway thirty Fifth Avenue and orange what forty Third Avenue Dunlap.

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:13 min | 8 months ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News sites Bruce AJ and Pamela Hughes yeah you got Pamela Hughes very marks in the in for the vacationing Bruce Saint James and we are joined right now by Arizona state Attorney General mark part of it it's vis vis vis a more free as a special or talking about ride sharing and Phoenix sky harbor obviously this is been a story that's been on the local news send someone as it was like one October of last year when the city council first voted on at the voted on it again in December and I want to talk to you a little bit about the the city and did they get political pressure not to do this political pressure to do this because in the statement released by mayor diagnose office she says despite this being the law of the land political pressure has led to the AG to pump this issue to the Arizona Supreme Court twenty German burn of it should are you punting political pressure I don't know how to respond to that I guess my answer would be the city officials pearly donors to the constitution we understand football either I think that filing an action at the state Supreme Court the possibly will take away tens of millions of dollars of of the city state share revenue a fast track in spring court I wouldn't consider that pointing the issue I would consider that is the equivalent maybe you know throwing a touchdown pass into that a little bit more when it comes to how the the people of Phoenix could potentially be penalized by losing the state revenue I don't think that that's something that a lot of people understand that they could be losing what is it ten percent yes it ends up being literally I've heard figures about an estimate about twenty million dollars I mean you know once again the people have to talk to the mayor and the people that voted for this ordinance I know there's people like counselors who feel they've been adamantly opposed to it but you don't hear many people on the council opposing it so they essentially are for whatever reason many speculate on their policy why they may or may not tell you talk about politics but not the end of the day they are gambling with hardworking taxpayer dollars and I will tell you is is is the resident they sent someone grow up here's a resident of Phoenix it offends me that they are trying to impose the silly taxes to begin with that's inconsistent constitution but the fact that they continue to double down and try to justify what they're doing and I mean really it's it's is ridiculous and quite frankly I had not heard that statement but I just think that shows how to how out of touch apparently of the mayor is but I guess that's I guess that's what politicians do they raise your taxes and they regurgitate talking points are but I think our pleadings are fifteen page pleading speak for themselves clearly this is unconstitutional and we'll see what the state Supreme Court Arizona Attorney General mark Burnett which is joining us we're talking about his recent opinion just yesterday regarding the lift uber fee or tax at the airport is let's about next steps it this isn't something that can be settled between the attorney general's office and the city right I mean it's it's either they have to rescind the taxi radically the recent attacks right recalled there's been a couple times were gonna were required and a long we get these complaints from state legislator to investigate them issue report to make a determination and so there have been past issues for example not commenting on the policy but there's a state law regarding plastic bags the city of Bisbee passed an ordinance you know right plastic bags we told them it was inconsistent state law with the city of his we did is they said we don't want to jeopardize our state funding we don't want to get into your spend much time or money to lawyers and so they rescinded the statute so the easy thing for the city of Phoenix to do or the council to do is to do the right thing and rescind the statute but if they don't do that what will happen is we'll be on the fast track to the state Supreme Court and I'll give you a little bit of breaking news here the dump on Tuesday we plan on filing not only are action at the state Supreme Court special action spring court we're also going to file a motion or a special action asked the court to stay this tax from going into effect until they have an opportunity to hear arguments on the constitutionality is because the big thing is is that we don't want this going to affect as we think is clearly unconstitutional it's a fact to date is February first so we want the court not only declared unconstitutional or inconsistent constitution we also want the court to stop it from going into effect February first have you heard from over a lift as to whether or not they would stay if there was a stay put into place because they say that they're leaving yeah I mean we've heard that I have not talked to them you know myself but I know that I've read the stories I've seen the stories that say they are going to and I think that Tom they they seem to be very very serious about that I mean obviously it's it is it has a big impact I think on their business model sure so what I got about one last question for you rub against the clock because we do try to be fair and give perspective on the show so come up in the ten o'clock hour around ten thirty we are going to talk to the attorney for the city of Phoenix Jacob about this Thomas hello your question form you can ask him one question what would be all I I don't have any questions for me I guess I I I think that he's representing his client and you know so he he'll he'll do his best but I think that deep down he's got to know these got a loser in argument but there's there's no settlement in other words the city can come back and say we're gonna do a two dollar fee it's either they rescinded well we go to the Supreme Court right if it's fight I before rooms okay you hear rumors second third and for some was saying all the city's about to cut a deal with were to kinda doesn't matter it right bottom line is under the constitution if it's a new fee assessment tax it's unconstitutional but I can't do it so whether it's two dollars four dollars it's not the amount is not the weather the policies good or bad it's a law during law state Attorney General mark Burnett **** in here or breaking down what is going on with the over late fees and he believes it violates the state constitution we appreciate your time this morning thank you very much all right Hey you know what's coming up next year my goodness there's never a shortage of things to talk about when it comes to politics here in the state of Arizona and Martha make Sally go on on the offense year yes if you being rude intentionally to raise money what's G. behind all.

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California Arizona, Supreme Court And Pentagon discussed on Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

California Arizona, Supreme Court And Pentagon discussed on Dave Ramsey

"The resident also speaking out of the Supreme Court ruling that he can use military money for the border wall the decision lives a freeze in place by a lower court it means the trump administration can tap two and a half billion dollars in Pentagon funds to begin replacing more than one hundred miles of fencing in California Arizona and New

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Six on Friday valley storm chances are back in the forecast this weekend I'm ABC contain meteorologist Irish there most CEO at six oh four it is eighty one degrees in Peoria new troubling developments in the case of, eleven children discovered in a. Filthy trailer in the New Mexico desert confusion over why three of the five adults arrested were released from custody New Mexico judges have ruled the. Prosecutors missed a ten day deadline to schedule a hearing for the two men and three women found living in squalor with eleven. Starving children it's ridiculous gay people who have followed the case in New Mexico and people who have been in jail longer for west, crimes two, of the. Adults will remain in, custody, on, charges, related, to, the, discovery of a child's body on the same. Piece of property Jim Ryan. ABC news That's a video from the America's best drivers report. Phoenix's in the worst but that's the good. News when it comes to. Save driving habits we have dropped to eighty third on the. List of two. Hundred, cities AllState agent Terry green. Says a way to improve that is to. Start with our young drivers are children's will pick up. Cell phone. Habit a lot faster than our parents and they're more likely to become distracted easy so we want to focus on teaching them safe driving habits earlier on she says eating and cell phones are common distractions behind the, wheel Arizona votes bad news. This morning for supporters of the invest in ad ballot initiative supreme Court Bar the November ballot proposal that would raise income taxes on the wealthy. To fund schools the court ruled the measures description of the changes in tax rates creates a danger of confusion or unfairness the. Tax proposal came after a nearly week long teachers strike back in the spring supporters say the hike would have raised nearly seven hundred, million dollars, for schools Opponents say it would have hurt the state's economy. Germany foster KTAR news congress gets ready to return to Washington next. Week those running for reelection this fall to stay focused while campaigning Arizona. Congressman David Schweiker tells KTAR many will but the big Senate race here between congresswoman Kirsten cinema and Martha mcsally maybe a different story it's going to be distracting because they're running a statewide race that's competitive the US. Senate race will attract tremendous amounts of national attention and consume lots of. Resources and, time Swaggart says house members will get to work right. Away on.

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Arizona Supreme Court boots educational funding proposal off Nov. ballot

Arizona's Morning News

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Arizona Supreme Court boots educational funding proposal off Nov. ballot

"Arizona votes bad news. This morning for supporters of the invest in ad ballot initiative supreme Court Bar the November ballot proposal that would raise income taxes on the wealthy. To fund schools the court ruled the measures description of the changes in tax rates creates a danger of confusion or unfairness the. Tax proposal came after a nearly week long teachers strike back in the spring supporters say the hike would have raised nearly seven hundred, million dollars, for schools Opponents say it would have hurt the state's

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Senator John McCain, Senator and Senator Jeff discussed on Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Senator John McCain, Senator and Senator Jeff discussed on Dave Ramsey

"The invest initiative to raise income taxes for public school funding has been barred from the November ballot. By the Arizona supreme court the justices have agreed that description for the invest in Pitch. Did not accurately described the proposed change in tax, rates, or, the effect of, income tax

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

"Teachers they're voted to approve, a new contract the two, year agreement includes, teacher pay. Raises of, ten percent the first year. And four point five percent in. The second can't Education Association says sixty nine percent of teachers, voted, yes. On that deal the Tacoma school district. Is requesting a state mediator for talks with teachers over a pay increase their so called. Levy swap hit Tacoma pretty hard in effect reducing the district's overall funding they're offering teachers a, three point one percent raise the teacher's union says that's not good enough danville Pell which school, says the state teacher's union the WPA has tried to portray every district is getting a windfall. Of cash in reality that's just not the case districts across the state were treated much differently. With this new funding Formula thumb getting huge windfalls. Of some. Like Tacoma actually getting, less money Pell says it's essentially a wash for them now. Of Morton with the Tacoma teacher's. Union tells KOMO the district needs to then, shift money around. So, they can give teachers a raise the district. Examine their, priorities and put their money into what. Matters members of the Tacoma teacher's union gathered to vote tonight on a possible strike at mount Tahoma high school six o'clock Carleen Johnson KOMO news the fight isn't over yet over. Initiative. I nine forty. That's the controversial measure that would make it easier to prosecute law enforcement the latest from, komo's Jeff Pohjola nine forty, would make it, easier to. Charge police, officers when their actions result. In the death of an individual. But there were problems with the language and the legislature passed, a, Bill. That modified it before they took up. The initiative itself while most agreed the modified language was better some cried foul saying lawmakers. Circumvented the initiative process on Tuesday the state supreme court ordered the original initiative be put on The ballot but now, the justices have asked. For additional legal briefs while they consider changing. Their ruling Jeff Pohjola KOMO news Amazon is fighting back against criticism of its pay and work conditions from US Senator Bernie Sanders Vermont Senator plans to introduce a Bill next week that would force large employers. Like Amazon to pay a tax to cover the cost of federal programs that help some of their employees, agreed of, the billionaire class is. Having an horrendous impact upon our economy. And the moral. Fabric of this country together we are going to change that the legislation is an attempt to get large. Employers like Amazon and WalMart to raise the standard of living of their workers Amazon posted a blog today defending. Its pay and benefits package and work conditions it said the tally of workers needing assistance is misleading since it included part-time and. Temporary workers KOMO news time now eight thirty. Four KOMO AAA traffic,.

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Story KTAR breaking news This just the end of, the KTAR newsroom the invest in Ed initiative to raise income taxes on the wealthy for public school funding has been barred from the November ballot by the. Arizona supreme court the justices have agreed the description for the invest in Ed pitch did not accurately describe the proposed change in tax rates or the effect on. Income tax, brackets once again the investment Ed initiative has been barred from the November ballot by the Arizona supreme court for breaking news sent. To your phone just text the word news to four. One, one ninety two three people are lined up outside the state capital paying their respects, to John McCain who's lying in state inside. The capitol building one of those is a young Las. Vegas girl London Young's Myer says she. Didn't mind coming all this way is, a great man and he was a prisoner. Of ten years the public viewing is until at least. Eight o'clock tonight the late senator's family and friends held a private memorial ceremony this morning. At, the capital well the Republican Candidate, for governor in Florida is being accused of racism over a comment he allegedly made about his democratic opponent the Florida Democratic Party claimed state Representative Rhonda Santa's. Made a racist remark against his opponent Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum when he said this on Fox News the last thing we need to do is to monkey this. Up by, trying to embrace a socialist agenda you'll name is African American the Democrats claim that with that statement to Santa's was launching his. General election campaign with a racist dog whistle something the. Dissenters, campaign calls absurd Bob McClay KTAR news man is dead in his suspected killer under, arrest after a stabbing in south.

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Hawaii volcano eruption could blast fridge-sized boulders, ash into the air

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:06 min | 2 years ago

Hawaii volcano eruption could blast fridge-sized boulders, ash into the air

"Lonnie swertz a mistrial was declared last month i do arizona supreme court ruling finds that employers cannot be found liable in cases where people contracting cancer from bestest dust brought home on parents work clothes the case comes after the twenty thirteen negligence case brought on by ernest kiro rose junior he died of cancer a year later his father worked at reynolds metal company the daughter of arizona senator john mccain is reacted to white house aide kelly sadler who dismissed the senator as quote dying anyway after his opposition to cia director nominee gina hospital megan mccain addressed that comment on abc's the view this morning i don't they're working on that would be acceptable and then you come to work the next day and still have a job and that's all i have to say about last night mccain's wife cindy said via twitter that sadler told sadler quote may i remind you my husband has a family seven children and five grandchildren and quote meanwhile mccain's former running mate is way again on a recent report that mccain wishes he would have picked former connecticut senator joe lieberman as his running mate in the twenty eight in the two thousand eight presidential race sarah palin tolls tells msnbc that's sad if it's true without any regrets kind of peace and contentment also to be able to back on the citizens of things the way that they're suppose you work out palin also says she's always had a lot of respect for mccain's maverick nature and his accomplishments figs may soon be getting worse on hawaii's big island amid warnings that the killer way of volcano could sent boulders rocks and ashes into the air around its summit jessica ferrick cain with hawaii volcanoes national park says that's why they're shutting the park down again the lava lake has soaked down so far that it's going to interact with the groundwater possibly when that happens we can have a very explosive steam eruption here at the summit days after declaring a state of.

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Headlines it looks like is using the president now for life of the tricalm's may have blinked in these training go she uses a big story some two hundred migrants in mexico caravan are going to show up here in seek asylum according to the organizers of the caravan news agencies are crying soft tears of joy the department homeland security oh that guy resigned what was his name bossert tom bosley resigned today this is probably due to bolton wanting his own people in there but he's gone department of homeland security to build twenty mile long wall along the border in new mako arizona's supreme court has struck down in state tuition for the dreamers the richest zip codes are where liberals live except for two of them and one of them is our county snerdley palm beach county cbs according to paint six of the new york post cbs is freaking out over what has been discovered in the investigation of charlie can't keep his pants up apparently rose and they're trying to silence all of the women there must be a mountain of them they're trying to silence him with nondisclosure agreements the washington post is working on a huge expose and cbs is doing everything it can't cover it up and when i saw this.

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on WLOB

"Show from the white house that's an awesome idea or talk to the to the bosses see what they tell us take a vacation the white house likes us they do like they were on the last week that's right but the president got up there and said there's a great photograph from the associated press of the president with the easter bunny and the very festive and the president says you know it was supposed to be pouring talking about the weather it was supposed to be very rainy and nasty and cold and windy he says look what we have perfect weather perfect weather beautiful weather thank you mr president appreciate that so anyway lots of kids having fun there at at the white house today arizona's supreme court this is from the associated press the arizona supreme court will hear arguments ended in a case that will decide whether young illegals granted deferred deport deportation status under a new program started by barack obama are eligible for lower in state college tuition now here's a kick in the pants if if in fact this this holds illegal alien the children of illegal aliens will be allowed to to get in state college tuition a right that is currently not afforded to american born kids unbelievable what's happening in this country so again this is from the reporting of the washington times and the associated press but again simply outrageous we'll see we'll see what the courts decide on that there's a former fbi agent who is not a fan of fox news channel and this guy josh campbell is his name and he was sort of warning fox news channel host fox news.

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Evidence and at the end they wouldn't let us present the evidence and we went through the appellate court the arizona supreme court and one day we went back after six years and then we got booties again and it was sent to another court because they rigged it to be able to shut us down after that we decided to go approach it the different way and it was depressing to spend nine years in a case but it made me smarter you know to make me the activists that i am i went up against the worst state in the union and got trained arizona is rated fifty first fifty states now that's because they count dc that's how bad arizona is when it comes to voting but it's only rated that bad because people like me and tim and bev and bill and a lot of other people have hammered and got that exposed and and that's what we're out here teaching is how to look how to figure it out in layman's language and more people get involved we'll take it back just like today we're here those dra's that they forced on us back in two thousand and two thousand two they're all going by by you know we're we're changes slow and i and i really believe that we're going to make an impact let's hope so back to the calls let's go to jeanne and vincenzo iowa hygiene go ahead david george either i got i got to make a comment one of my question i kind of got me thinking that horta citizenship is voting it's very important that people do anyway if you were you looking transparency is very important to me as well but i think and i went through on a federal voter i d whether you're your local or anything if you had to have that all voter i d was legitimate you should be covered if you have a database that's legit as well just curious thoughts about right let's start with you tim tim or john hood who wants that tim you take it again.

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Through the appellate court sip arizona supreme court and one day we went back after six years and then we got booties again and it was sent to another court because they rigged it to be able to shut us down after that we decided to go approach a different way and it was depressing to spend nine years in a case but it made me smarter you know to make me the activists that i am i went up against the worst state in the union and got trained arizona is rated fifty first out of fifty states now that's because they count dc that's how bad arizona is when it comes to voting but it's only rated that bad because people like me and tim and bev and bill and a lot of other people have hammered and got that exposed and and that's what we're out here teaching is how to look how to figure it out in layman's language and in more people get involved we'll take it back just like today we're here those dra that they forced on us back in two thousand and two thousand two they're all going by by you know we're we're changes slow and i and i really believe that we're gonna make an impact let's hope so back to the calls let's go to jeanne inventory i awoke hygiene go ahead good evening george hey there got first thing i just gotta make a comment one my question kind of got me thinking that of citizenship is voting it's very important that people do anyway if you were the election transparency is very important to me as well but i think and i want your opinion on a federal voter i d whether you're voting local really or anything if you had to have federal voter i d legitimate you should be covered if you have a database that's legit as well just curious your thoughts about right let's start with you tim tim john who who wants that m you take it again.

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"Good evening welcome to horizon ted cited see state senate yesterday in an unprecedented move voted along party lines to remove independent redistricting chairwoman calling mathis from her post the senate cited constitutionally violations in making its decision shortly after the draft maps were approved mathis was removed from the commission by republican governor jan were with the concurrence of twothirds of the senate a party line from she decided to go ahead and charge me with gross misconduct in inability to discharge the duties office that's when things were really scary in a way the governor was concerned that mathis colluded with the democrats on the map and company decision that she improperly used competitiveness as a primary factor and overall that she didn't follow some of the other mapping criteria that was up to the governor that was that was her decision at the time she made it she called for the remove the chair i think it was the appropriate decision here's mary o'grady one of the commission's attorneys it was horrifying it's felt like all the political power at the state was being marshalled against the commission and its chair it was unprecedented in the yes this was a new process but that's a pretty extreme move and it was very very high stakes drama they pulled out the commission chairperson so the commission immediately lawyered up they went to the arizona supreme court route the court i represent choline mathis i had a grand finale i'm going to start with it that's tom's lacking former chief justice of the arizona supreme court and a republican he represented mathis in her lawsuit to be reinstated without an order of this court reinstating calling in methods to hurtle awful rightful position the independent redistricting condition becomes a joke a laughable joke subject to manipulation by the very people that the commission was designed to insulate throng he was very frank with us any just said i want you to now i don't know how this court will rule on your case calling mathis went to a lawyer's office to wait for a decision.

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Court and the the rules promised can cost as money costas a lot of money so here's what the arizona ruling says what would we call this scope has not scotus with scott has spring court of the arizona scott says supreme court ruling stating that extending equal rights to samesex couples helps ensure that all children were born to samesex or oppositesex spouses are not impoverished the surest children have meaningful parents time with both parents they say we ensure old children and not just children born to oppositesex spouses have financial and emotional support from two parents and strong family units now susan onehalf of the couple remember kimberly was the biological mother susan was the partner in this but the other parent susan put out a statement saying that she is relieved in overjoyed that the court recognized the switches relieve your overjoyed that the court recognize me as my son's mother all i have ever wanted is to be there for him like any mother would national center for lesbian rights whose attorneys helped represent susan called the really significant and a significant win for samesex powerhouses here's where it goes back to the legislature and here's where the arizona supreme court is telling the legislature please do something guys because we're tired of dealing with bs cases because you refuse to change the language in their decision they told the legislature that you need to update the stake statutes and there are hundreds of these because the state statutes are a violation of law as decided by the supreme court these think statues refer to married couples as a man and woman or husband and wife now you may believe that and i won't begrudge you for believing that that's fine but the law recognizes samesex couples now on equal level with with the opposite sex couples so you may not want things to change but they.

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"The uh one of the parents is saying that that they have all rights to the child and the other one does not it's it he here's here's the the quotes from the attorneys cloudy orcas the attorney for susan remember susan is not the one that carried the child says that the arizona parental rights statute must have a genderneutral interpretation to protect the rights of all non biological parents saying if a child is born during a marriage than the husband or our contention is the spouse is deemed to be the legal second perilous proven otherwise it's not an issue biology it's an issue of equal treatment the attorney for kimberly remember she's the the doctor who gave birth to the child she's the one that got turkeybased it her attorney says that nope the wording designated that the the span of just station clearly shows the statute was intended to apply only to a biological father so they said arizona supreme court you have to decide for us that decision was pretty easy what happens next be the challenge now what you think about this and just a moment it's a chris meryl new start 550 calf while i have been telling you the benefits of rainforest plumbing in air for a long time you have a lot of choices when it comes to who you hire a plumbing and air conditioning contractors the ill now they do residential and commercial plumbing and airconditioning i recommend them because i've gotten to know them from the top down from the owners to everybody that works for them and they have won focus its customer satisfaction they start with something called they're upfront service guarantee every one of their technicians promises you every time they show up in writing day sign a contract for you promising you'll be.

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Well this is awkward you've got a lesbian couple that broke up in everybody wants to still be a part of the child's life you can't even have maury fixed this now are not no the arizona supreme court had to hear a case that i think we all knew it was going to end poorly four one side going into it it was pretty obvious that after the oberkfell case from the us supreme court that there was going to be a decision that really was not going to leave a whole lot of breathing room i'm here and that's what happened seven justices basically said that's pretty much the case so let me give you the dietz on so you've got to two women and they love each other they love each other more than life itself and we're going to be together for if you so much but i love you fairly with you are you travel the world of those your hand what's the sunset in singapore well we make out to the beach naked oh my god i just let it these are not hotlines means mind you this is not like the ones that you go and pay nine ninety nine for that fifteen minute movie these are realists meats yeah i know tragedy strikes ensued is that it's your mind so they love each other to death forever and ever and ever and they fight really hard for the right to get married and they do california legalized did they get married in california everybody's happy i can't wait to start a family so they go yeah it was started family what do we mean that we're going to need a crib and we're going to need a nursery and we're going to need little building blocks in babies the lincoln logs in i mean care what gender it is because we want them to have lincoln lots of the understand building confidence substitute but will also give them down so they understand fashion because we are gonna push them in one gender identity direction or the other this is going to be perfect i feel like we're missing something dream what could that be oh that's right sperm so they go they they hit the sperm bank which makes them homeless guy happy because that means that he can go back and.

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"arizona supreme court" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"arizona supreme court" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"All i can think is now where jr so now the arizona supreme court is going to have to fight that instinct to giggle every time that lawyers argue in front of them about jay parents fighting for rights because they got divorced oh yeah it's an interesting story that uh that i thought the arizona republic denies job on as it were reporting this and the reason that this is uh so interesting is that it's it's more than just a gay marriage a situation because if some of the things that we talk about is strict construction is right when we talk about the the constitution scalia was a was a construction is in an interregional the in a rid regionalist rey he he wanted to interpret the constitution as it was written and gorsuch steps in he's got a very similar judicial philosophy you've also heard the term before living breathing document and and a lot of people hate that term um but i think we have to try to figure out how words from the past in the founding fathers did a great job of of while there are some some specifics in the constitution they do for good job of of working political theory through the constitution and a lot of that had to do with the restriction on government and in individual liberties and basically anything that wasn't specifically covered remained of freedom of the people and of course the bill of rights guaranteed a number of specifics but think about this you've got a bunch of dudes anywhere from twentythree 24 years old all the.

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