More than 22,000 young immigrants are now eligible to apply for a license in Arizona, something they were blocked from doing in 2012, thanks to an executive order by Gov. Jan Brewer.
At least Gov. Jan Brewer has a spine and is attempting to do the right thing here. That’s a lot more than Boehner and company have attempted – they gave
On Thursday, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer asked the Supreme Court to stay a ruling that would force the state to issue driver's licenses beginning next Tuesday to DREAMers who received temporary amnesty under President Barack Obama's 2012 unilateral Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Show More Summary
Former Phoenix mayor and Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard lost to Jan Brewer in the 2010 gubernatorial race. This time he's running for Secretary of State with the support of the below lesbian couple, who denounce his opponent for backing the failed attempt to legalize anti-gay discrimination.(Tipped by JMG reader Homer)
Two weeks ago, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed an Executive Order to create the "Governor's Office of Faith and Community Partnerships." She did something similar in 2010, but this newer order includes some changes:The role is described...Show More Summary
Record-breaking rainfall deluged parts of Phoenix on Monday, prompting Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer to declare a state of emergency as flood waters turned several lanes of a major interstate into a deep canal and forced the closure of numerous streets, dozens of schools and the House of...
Yesterday, state treasurer Doug Ducey won the GOP nomination for governor to replace Jan Brewer in Arizona. Brewer was one of eight GOP governors who accepted the expansion of Medicaid, something Ducey had opposed. Ducey’s comments on the subject are vague at; when asked whether he’d repeal the expansion, he bobs and weaves. And it […]
By David Schwartz PHOENIX (Reuters) - Arizona state treasurer and businessman Doug Ducey took a comfortable lead in the race to be the Republican nominee to replace outgoing Governor Jan Brewer, who has repeatedly clashed with the Obama administration over illegal immigration. Show More Summary
Damn, the border situation is getting bad. Mexico just sent around 200 mysterious, mostly empty cargo trucks across the border and into Arizona. They promise it's "humanitarian aid," though Gov. Jan Brewer has been insisting for 10 days that without Red Cross approval, such action constitutes an invasion. Show More Summary
Christine Jones, a former counsel for Internet domain registrar GoDaddy, put $2 million of her own money into her campaign to succeed Jan Brewer. Her big hobby: shooting. After explaining that she is “cutting a lot of checks” to her campaign, Jones demonstrated her shooting prowess, described as her “own way of shooting.” “I [...]
As President Barack Obama threatens more executive orders on amnesty for illegal immigrants, Arizona Republican Governor Jan Brewer told Breitbart News, “We don’t want an imperial president dictating what we will do in our state.” Brewer,...Show More Summary
Governor Jan Brewer is calling for an investigation in the botched execution of an Arizona death row inmate earlier this week. Joseph Rudolph Wood was scheduled to be executed on Wednesday for the double murder of 29-year-old Debbie Dietz and 55-year-old Gene Dietz in 1989. The method of execution was lethal injection, meaning Wood would
Jan Brewer, who was a heartless troll of an elected official before it was de rigueur, is back to remind us of the not so original article.
Senator John McCain weighed in today on the disturbing two-hour execution of an Arizona inmate yesterday, in which Joseph Wood was reportedly gasping for an hour. Governor Jan Brewer ordered a full review, but McCain said today that what happened to Wood was unquestionably torture.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's administration continues to push back on claims made by lawyers representing executed murderer Joseph R. Wood III that Tuesday's nearly two-hour long lethal injection procedure inflicted cruel and unusual punishment on him.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer issued a statement tonight on the botched execution that left a death-row inmate reportedly gasping for air for almost two hours before he finally died. Brewer ordered a full review of the execution process in reaction to these reports of Joseph Wood's execution.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer said federal officials confirmed during a Tuesday conference call that illegal immigrant children are being released to adults or "sponsors" whose identities the federal government often cannot verify. The...Show More Summary
Until now, thousands of young Arizonans have been prevented from getting jobs, going to school, or even attending to sick children – all thanks to Gov. Jan Brewer's ban on granting them driver's licenses. That situation is set to change soon. Show More Summary
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) fought hard to convince the GOP lawmakers in her state to accept Obamacare's optional Medicaid expansion. Now, she's seeing some of the fruits of her labor. According to a new report from the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association, hospitals in the state are saving money by providing less uncompensated care. Show More Summary
On Monday, after the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned Arizona's decision to not issue driver's licenses to those who received temporary amnesty from the federal government, Republican Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer vowed to fight a president she said was "imperial" and "lawless" for more secure borders. Show More Summary