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Proposed Bill to End Tax Deduction for Abortions in Arizona

From The Daily Signal: An Arizona congressman plans to introduce a bill Wednesday that would end a tax deduction for abortions. “For years, the pro-abortion movement has marketed abortion as a form of reproductive health care,” Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz.,… … Continue reading

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Arizona Legislature and “Strikers”

STRIKER ALERT – HB 2158: TAX SETTLEMENT; NATIVE AMERICAN VETERANS (TAX LIEN FORECLOSURES; SUBDIVISIONS; EXEMPTION) Unexpended and unencumbered monies remaining in the Veterans’ Income Tax Settlement Fund (which was established as part of the FY2016-17 budget) revert to the general … Continue reading

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How to Respond to a Divorce Petition in Arizona

Even when you’re expecting divorce papers, being served a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage isn’t a pleasant experience. It means your spouse has initiated the formal divorce process in Arizona, and it’s now up to you to respond.  We’re not … Continue reading

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Fields on Policing Arizona

Shawn Fields (Campbell University – Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law) has posted Guns, Knives, and Swords: Policing a Heavily Armed Arizona (Arizona State Law Journal, Forthcoming) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: Arizona is widely recognized as the most permissive … Continue reading

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Domestic Partnerships in Arizona

Domestic partnerships can be rather confusing as the rights and privileges of a domestic partnership vary from state to state. State law reigns supreme for the issue, yet there are many cities and municipalities that address domestic partnerships with local … Continue reading

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