It sure looks like it. The Reublican governor and her administration have dropped the ball when it comes to dealing with child abuse: Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer could be politically damaged by revelations that her administration ignored thousands of child abuse and neglect reports that prompted calls for her to replace her hand-picked leader of […]
(PHOENIX) — Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is being bruised by revelations that her administration ignored thousands of child abuse and neglect reports, leading to calls for her to replace her hand-picked leader of the state’s social services agency. Show More Summary
Like most MSNBC hosts, Martin Bashir has been hypersensitive to slights aimed at President Obama, real or imagined. He was shocked at a picture in January 2012 that showed Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer pointing a finger at Obama on the tarmac in Phoenix. Show More Summary
Apple will be building a new U.S. manufacturing facility in Mesa, Arizona, as announced recently by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer. The factory will create “at least 700 quality jobs in the first year” and will also create about 1,300 construction-related jobs. Show More Summary
Sapphire—it’s not just for jewelry anymore. In the last few years, Apple has increased its use of the material in its products, and that trend seems to be on the upswing. On Monday, Arizona governor Jan Brewer announced that Apple will...Show More Summary
The state-level debate over expanding Medicaid hasn't created the same hyper-partisan divide that Obamacare inspires in Washington -- conservative governors like Arizona's Jan Brewer, Michigan's Rick Snyder and Ohio's John Kasich have all embraced the plan, reports CBS News. Show More Summary
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Wednesday about the 'Redskins' name controversy: 'I never looked at it as being politically incorrect.'
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer said Wednesday about the 'Redskins' name controversy: 'I never looked at it as being politically incorrect.'
Part 1 of 1 in the series #shutdown2013 SHOW US THE MONEY: Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer holds a check that helped keep open the Grand Canyon National Park. Furloughed federal workers in Virginia will have to return their state unemployment checks. By Kenric Ward | Watchdog.org Virginia Bureau ALEXANDRIA – Federal workers who received some...
Part 44 of 44 in the series Shutdown 2013 SHOW US THE MONEY: Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer holds a check that will help keep open the Grand Canyon National Park. By Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org They’re from the government and they don’t want your help. Except, sometimes, when the do. One of the more interesting,...
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) said Wednesday that she does not want House Republicans to succeed in their bid to shut down the Affordable Care Act, saying it would "devastate" the state budget. "The bottom line is we need that money in...Show More Summary
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) has never exactly been a reliable ally of President Obama, and she's certainly never been a fan of the Affordable Care Act. After "Obamacare" became law, the Republican governor was one of the first in the nation to file suit, hoping to destroy the la …
Gov. Jan Brewer (R-AZ) says Arizona stands to lose money as a result of the GOP's demands. The post GOP Governor To Congressional Republicans: Stop Trying To Defund Obamacare appeared first on ThinkProgress.
No other state has done what Jan Brewer’s Arizona has, making the most needy suffer because of the government shutdown, even though the state would be reimbursed when the government reopens. Republican Gov. Jan Brewer’s administration announced this week that 5,700 families eligible for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families would not be receiving their checks, […]
I will continue to maintain that the Republican Party doesn’t care about the poor and the least among us. How else can you explain Arizona Republican Gov. Jan Brewer’s decision to stop welfare checks to the needy because of the government shutdown. Arizona is the only state to take such an action, knowing that the state [...]
We’re not going to be disrespected: Arizona lawmakers on the losing side of the Medicaid expansion vote have no legal authority to stop the new law that broadens eligibility for low-income residents, attorneys for Gov. Jan Brewer argued in a court filing Wednesday. Brewer’s attorneys asked Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Katherine Cooper to dismiss [Read more...]
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) held a ceremony this week to honor the Tuskegee Airmen. The only problem: She couldn't pronounce the word "Tuskegee." Here's the painful video.
Here's Arizona's gun-loving, immigrant-hating, Barack-shaming governor at a Thursday event honoring the Tuskegee Airmen. You'd think a smart, worldly lady like herself would eventually get it right! Read more...
One of the first governors to push back against the Medicaid expansion was Arizona Governor Jan Brewer. Brewer vigorously opposed Obamacare for nearly three years. However, after the Court upheld the law, and gave states the option to opt into the Medicaid expansion, Brewer pulled a 180, and supported joining Obamacare. Show More Summary