We thank the following candidates for their participation in our June "Get To Know the Candidates Round Table" – Will Cardon, candidate for Secretary of State; Tom Morrissey, candidate for AZ Senate; Jill Norgaard, candidate for AZ House of Representatives; John King, candidate for AZ House of Representatives; Diane Douglas, candidate for Superintendant of Public Instruction. It was an informative session with the candidates having the opportunity to answer questions from involved citizens.
Phoenix Pension Reform Act
Will appear on your November ballot
- Ends pension spiking
- Saves Phoenix taxpayers over $150 million in the first 10 years
- Offers City employees a defined contribution plan equal to the private sector
- Puts Phoenix back on a financially sustainable path
The Phoenix Mayor and Council that banned goldfish as prizes at the State Fair will be voting this afternoon to cut police compensation. That same Mayor and Council voted to spend $650,000 to study your garbage - but still has no plan to add police to watch your homes.
Phoenix Loses "Guns Save Lives" Censorship Case
Arizona Court of Appeals Sides with TrainMeAZ.com
Popular Gun-Safety Bus-Stop Signs to Return
• Big Win for First Amendment and Right to Keep and Bear Arms
• As long as a commercial proposal is clearly displayed, supporting message is OK
PHOENIX–A controversial gun-safety ad campaign is about to return to Phoenix, after the city lost its attempt to censor the project sponsored by a gun-safety training group, TrainMeAZ, LLC.
Councilman Sal DiCiccio requested Phoenix quit talking about hiring more police and put forward a plan to start hiring police officers.
In a letter (below), sent this morning to Mayor Stanton, the city council and Phoenix management, Councilman DiCiccio requested a plan be in place in the next 60 days to hire more police. His letter is an attempt to get Phoenix to start the process of strategic planning and provide a starting point for the other elected officials
Phoenix Approves Technology Summit
Bringing in the best and brightest, nationally and internationally.
Bipartisan group committed to working together – city, county, state and federal governments
TUHSD sex education curriculum vote
May 7, 2014 @ 7p.m.
PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND
Compadre High School 500 W. Guadalupe Rd. Tempe (NW corner of Guadalupe and Kyrene)