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2020 Reapportionment - Arizona
For the first time in over 50 years, Arizona is poised to not gain a congressional seat through redistricting.
Hoyer: Arizona anti-gay law 'ill-timed'
Legislation in Arizona empowering state businesses to refuse service to gays and lesbians is "totally unrelated to religious liberty," Rep. Steny Hoyer charged Tuesday.
Club for Growth gives Ted Cruz, Mike Lee perfect marks
The conservative Club For Growth released its annual scorecard for 2013 on Monday, bestowing two Republican U.S. senators - Ted Cruz of Texas and Mike Lee of Utah - and four GOP congressmen with 100 percent ratings for their voting records "based on issues relating to limited government and economic growth."
Letter: Rein in Obama's EPA
I want to applaud House Republicans, including Rep. David Schweikert, R-Ariz., for finally trying to rein in the Obama administration's Environmental Protection Agency and its runaway, unaccountable agenda.
Federal Computer Week
Increased disclosure? Or an obstacle for EPA?
Should the government have to provide the data underlying a scientific report that it has used to support a regulation? Or would increasing the required burden of proof moot policymaking and expose participants' private data? Environmental Protection Agency regulations have brought this issue from the abstract to the halls of Congress, where ... (more)
NAVARRETTE: Threats won't speed up immigration reform
While in the midst of the immigration debate, Americans will tolerate quite a bit.
Quarles & Brady's Phoenix Office Receives Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition
The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that its Phoenix office received a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from Arizona Congressman David Schweikert and the United States House of Representatives for being named a Phoenix Best Places to Work for 2013 by the Phoenix Business Journal, recognizing the firm's ... (more)
Republicans to EPA: Reveal 'secret science'
Republican lawmakers on Tuesday pressed the Environmental Protect Agency to reveal the "secret" scientific data behind controversial decisions.