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6-8-18 Briefs

Bob Corbin  3Former Arizona Attorney General Bob Corbin informed the terry Goddard - DBriefs yesterday morning that he has withdrawn his endorsement of the “Outlaw Dirty Money Initiative.”. In a letter to initiative spokesman Terry Goddard, Corbin wrote: Terry, I wish to with draw my endorsement of the initiative on “dirty money”. I have talked with Lori and others about this initiative and I agree with them-- that this is not the time for this initiative and that it will discourage donors in giving money to either party because by giving their name or business either party can try to destroy them or their businesses. I am sure that you have seen this being done at the present time and it could make it worse in the future - if this initiative passes. I also believe that the initiative could be unconstitutional by being in violation of the First Amendment of free speech. I believe strongly that we should never try to limit free speech and our Bill of Rights. I hope that you understand and that the offer of getting together for dinner still stands.” Editor’s Note: Corbin was listed with supportive former Republican AGs Tom Horne and Grant Woods, in an initiative press release posted in the 6-7-18-briefs Goddard is also a former AG and is a former Mayor of the City of Phoenix. Corbin is also the past president of the National Rifle Association and serves on the NRA Board of Directors. Corbin is married to Lori Klein Corbin, Arizona’s Republican National Committeewoman and a former AZ senator. –ft

scwA panel of House candidates were hosted by the Sun City West Republican Club on June 2. They are, left to right, Matt Bullock, Frank Carroll, Kelli Engender, John Heep, and Ben Toma. scw 2Also hosted were the candidates for Arizona State Senate left to right, David Livingston and Clair Van Steenwyk. The club will not meet in July or August, but will resume at a new location at the Beardsley Center in September.


The Arizona Republican Assembly Western Pinal County Chapter will NOT meet  June 11. The next meeting is June 25. Contact: Nancy Hawkins, President at 520.440.3369 or nancydist3@gmail.com

Gary Morris, Gila ChrThe Grand Opening For The Gila County Republican Committee headquarters at 307 S Beeline Hwy in Payson is scheduled between 9-11 am., Sat., June 16, according to Gila County Chairman Gary Morris. The 2,200 square foot headquarters will be staffed by volunteers each weekday from 9 am-5 pm. All candidates and fellow Republicans are welcome to attend. Candidates can also deliver yards signs and candidate literature to the facility for the public to pick up. A second Republican headquarters in the County will also be opened in Globe and operated by the Cobre Valley Republican Club, Morris said.

Sylvia Allen 6 SenThe Gila County Republican Committee conducts a monthly one hour radio Bob Branchprogram on KMOG 1420 AM radio the second Monday of each month starting at 9am. The Mon, June 11 show will have guests Sen Sylvia Allen who is running for re-election and Dr. Bob Branch, candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, according to GCRC Chairman Gary Morris


The Family-Friendly Tri-County Republican/Independents political for Greenlee County AZ, and Hidalgo and Grant Counties NM - is scheduled from 11 am-2 pm., Sat., June 23 at the Greenlee County Golf Course & Country Club, 510 Country Club Road in Duncan, AZ. A VIP gathering is scheduled from 9-11 am. Confirmed candidates Gov Doug Ducey; US Sen candidate Joe Arpaio, Mining Inspector Joe Hart, incumbert Supt of Public Instruction Diane Douglas and LD14 Reps Nutt and Drew John. Ranchers, farmers, dairy farmers and miners will be in attendance to discuss a water issues.   AZGOP Chairman Jonathan Lines will conduct a Flag Presentation for the Duncan VFW. Free admission. Free candidate and elected officials tables available. Contact: Richard Kaler 928.651.5922 or Cindy Thomas 602.363.6519.

hugh hewittThe Goldwater Institute’s 30th anniversary dinner, hosted by chairman Eric Crown, will feature Hugh Hewitt and Charlie Kirk on Fri., Nov 9. The event starts off with a 6:30 pm reception, followed by a 7:30 pm, dinner where the 2018 Goldwater Institute Freedom Award will be presented. Dinner will be followed by the “Liberty on the Lawn After-dinner reception. Tickets/sponsorship tables – contact Austin Jack at available 602-633- 8988 or ajack@goldwaterinstitute.org Hewitt has been teaching Constitutional Law at Chapman University Law School since it opened in 1995. He has national radio talk show heard in 120 cities. Hewitt writes daily for his blog, HughHewitt.com, which is among the most visited political blogs in the U.S. He is also a weekly columnist for The Washington Examiner and Townhall.com. Professor Hewitt served for nearly six years in the Reagan Administration in a variety of posts, including Assistant Counsel in the White House and Special Assistant to two Attorneys General. Charlie Kirk is the Founder and Executive Director of Turning Point USA, a national student charlie kirk - 5movement dedicated to identifying, organizing, and empowering young people to promote the principles of free markets, and limited government. Since the inception of Turning Point USA on June 5th of 2012,  Kirk has grown Turning Point USA from nothing to having representation on over 1,300 high school and college campuses nationwide and over 125 full time staff. At 24 years old, he has appeared on Fox News, CNBC, and FOX Business News over 600 times. Charlie Kirk is also a best-selling author, was featured on Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2018, he was the youngest speaker at the 2016 Republican National Convention, and a proud Eagle Scout.

Steve Slaton 2Steve Slaton Was Elected Chairman Of The Arizona Republican Assembly (AZRA) during the May convention in Scottsdale. Slaton is from the Navajo County Chapter

Other newly elected officers are:

1st Vice President:  Lynne Breyer, Scottsdale Chapter

2nd Vice President:  Connie Uribe, Yuma Chapter

Secretary:  Lynn Drabik, North Central Chapter

Treasurer Retained:  Ardith Hildebrant, Scottsdale Chapter

Sargeant-at-Arms:  Van Berry, Scottsdale Chapter

National Director:  Irving Scott, West Pinal County Chapter

National Director:  Diane "Dee" Lee, North Central Chapter

Contact information: info@azraaz.com

Kelli Ward - physician  5Dr Kelli Ward will speak at the LD14 GOP meeting at 9 am., Sat., June 9 in the Benson City Hall, 120 W 6th St in Benson, AZ (two blocks S of the main street in Benson – just off of I-10.)



Candidate reminder: Candidates with material remaining in the West Valley Office should pick it up as soon as possible. All left-overs will be destroyed on June 8.

The Norton Family Meet & Greet for local, state, and federal candidates is scheduled between 5:30-7:30 pm, Mon., June 11 at 4371 E Santa Rose Place in Gilbert. Candidate speeches start at 6 pm. Confirmed candidates include James Candland and Eddie Cook – Gilbert Town Council, LD12 Rep Eddie Farnsworth and Travis Grantham, LD12 Sen Warren Petersen, Frank Riggs – Supt of Public Instruction, CD5 Congressman Andy Biggs, and US Sen candidate Kelli Ward. The event is hosted by Bill and Ingra Norton, Councilman Jared and Dianne Taylor, Councilman Victor and Joyce Petersen, Tyson & Jaime Breinholt, Leroy and Kelly Breinholt, Jason and Tracy Barney and Candice Copple.

Bruce Piepho - 2Southern Arizona Activist Bruce M Piepho invites you to attend a Meet Kelli Ward - physician 2& Greet for US Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward between 1-3 pm., Sat., June 9 at the American Legion Post 24, at American Legion Post 24, 205 E Allen St Tombstone, AZ. Contact: bpiepho@cox.net

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Barbara BlewsterBarbara and Bill Blewster are hosting an open house between 4-6 pm., Sat., June 9 at 915 W Fairway Drive in Mesa for Gubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett, Supt of Public Instruction candidate Bob Branch; Corporation Commission candidate Jim O’Connor, LD25 House candidate Marlene Hinton, incumbent Commissioner Justin Olson, and incumbent LD Rep Rusty Bowers. Barbara reports,We have several other great candidates we support. We support Americans who believe in self-reliance, that our U.S. Constitution is to be honored and revered and ‘in God we trust’ is our personal motto. We believe in the separation of powers; city, county, state and federal have different powers and responsibilities.  Please invite others to this event. Light refreshments. Photos, left to right:  Bennett, Branch, O’Connor, Hinton; Olson, and Bowers.

Ken Bennett - 2015 Robert Branch jim o'connor 2017 marlene hinton  Justin Olson - ACC Rusty Bower 2017

ken bennett 2aThe Tempe Republican Women invite you to join them for their annual luncheon at 11:30 am., Sat., June 9 at the Embassy Suites by Phoenix Hilton Tempe, 4400 South Rural Road, Tempe, AZ 85281 with speaker Ken Bennett former Arizona Secretary of State (now gubernatorial candidate). Tickets: Members & Associates $25, guest $30, pay at the door $35. Checks may be mailed to: Alison Quinn, 1264 E. Weslyan Dr., Tempe, AZ 85282or pay through Anedot with credit card here (https://secure.anedot.com/b74112e5-dbe4-471e-8303-18d31576123d/juneluncheon)

Mark your calendars:

July 30 – Deadline to register to vote in the Aug 28 Primary election.

Aug 1 – Early ballots mailed out for the Primary Election

Oct 9 – Deadline to register to vote in November General Election.

ATTN Candidates/Campaign Managers: Briefs posts candidate announcements, but does not endorse candidates, nor do we post endorsement statements. – ft

Attention Republican Group Leaders: If your event announcement is not posted within 24 hours from the time you submitted it - Briefs did NOT receive it. Please resend it to either frostytaylor@cox.net or repcomm@cox.net. – Editor Frosty Taylor

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American Post-Gazette

Distributed by C O M M O N S E N S E in Arizona

June 7, 2018

BRUCE ASH: PROMISES NOT KEPT

bruce ashRegarding an article some months back in Frosty Taylor’s MCRC Briefs with Bruce Ash, Arizona’s Republican National Committeeman, boasting about keeping promises, I spoke with former Senate President Russell Pearce. Mr. Pearce has a slightly different take on Mr. Ash keeping promises.Prior to the 2016 election for National Committeeman, then-State Party Chairman Robert Graham called Mr. Pearce to encourage him to run for the position replacing Mr. Ash who had announced he wasn’t going to run for re-election. After a little bit of soul searching and being urged to run by many others, Mr. Pearce agreed and announced his candidacy. But “something” changed, because after Mr. Pearce’s announcement, Mr. Ash went to Mr. Pearce and begged him not to run claiming that he, Mr. Ash, had a change of heart and would seek re-russell pearceelection because he wanted to complete some unfinished business. He admitted that Mr. Pearce would beat him in an election, so Mr. Ash promised (there’s that word) if Mr. Pearce would not run, he would resign the following January (2017) after the presidential election, and support Mr. Pearce’s appointment to replace him.

Mr. Pearce told Mr. Ash he was reluctant to do it that way, because Mr. Pearce would rather the position be by election, rather than by appointment. Mr. Ash was insistent that this would be better for party unity and promised (there’s that word again) Mr. Pearce that others in leadership were on board. Mr. Pearce agreed. Big mistake. Mr. Ash won his uncontested re-election, but somehow on the way to his resignation got lost., Mr. Ash, could it be that Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake —who both hate, yes, hate, Russell Pearce—were that “something?” (Probably a rhetorical question.)

   Mr. Ash is still the National Committeeman for the Arizona Republican Party. Maybe he’s still so busy trying to complete that unfinished business that he can’t even return phone calls and texts to Mr. Pearce to explain or, heaven forbid, apologize. He’s just too busy to keep a promise.

   Is it any wonder why so many of us commoners don’t trust politicians? - J. Madison

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ELECTED OFFICALS COMMENTARY

Doug Ducey 2015 2Gov Doug Ducey: Did you see 12 News?  They just looked into Governor Doug Ducey's #20x2020 plan.  The plan gives Arizona teachers a 10% raise this year, and a 20% raise by 2020 — WITHOUT raising taxes. Their conclusion? √ VERIFIED!

The plan gives Arizona teachers a 10% raise this year, and a 20% raise by 2020 — WITHOUT raising taxes. Governor Ducey's plan is working.  School districts across Arizona are giving teachers the 10% raises they deserve this fall, and many are going further. Here's what they said:
“Recent pay boosts approved by school boards include 15% in Agua Fria Union High District, 12% at Paradise Valley Unified, 13% in Buckeye, 10% at Cave Creek Unified, and in Washington Elementary, a more than 15% average boost for teachers. The districts are also raising salaries for other staff members.”
“So 12 News can verify that school boards are passing teacher pay raises that go beyond the 10% outlined by the governor and legislature as part of their #20x2020 plan.”
Nearly 50 school districts have announced #20x2020 teacher raises for this fall so far. To see if your local district has announced their raises yet.  Arizona teachers work hard to make a difference in their students' lives.  That's why Governor Ducey is focused on making sure our teachers get the 20% pay raises they deserve. See for yourself

Debbie LeskoYesterday Congresswoman Debbie Lesko (AZ-8) voted for President Trump’s rescissions package, H.R. 3 – the Spending Cuts to Expired and Unnecessary Programs Act. H.R. 3 passed 210 to 206 in the House of Representatives and now heads to the Senate. The package includes almost $15 billion in rescinded spending previously authorized in law. “Our national debt stands at over $21 trillion and will cripple future generations if we don’t get our spending under control. This commonsense rescission bill returns almost $15 billion to the U.S. Treasury and taxpayers. It is a good first step to get our fiscal house in order,” said Lesko. Lesko also recently cosponsored H.Res. 919 that recognizes the threat that our debt poses to our national security.

Martha McSally 3Congresswoman Martha McSally: I chaired a Border and Maritime Security Subcommittee field hearing in Phoenix on the urgent need to address the Nation's opioid crisis. It is well known that the overwhelming majority of drugs, maybe as high as 90 percent, that enter our country come in through the Nation’s ports of entry such as those located in Nogales and Douglas. Illicit opiates are no exception. We need to work towards solutions to this epidemic, starting with border security. Securing the border is more than just stopping illicit movement of people and contraband between the ports of entry. During my time in Congress, I have also focused on modernizing infrastructure and technology, and adding additional manpower at our nation’s ports of entry. I would like to thank Governor Doug Ducey and the bipartisan group of representatives who joined me at the hearing. view NBC Phoenix's Coverage of the hearing HERE or below:

Andy Biggs Congressman Andy Biggs along with 34 original co-sponsors, introduced a House resolution recognizing the national debt as a threat to national security. This resolution comes as America’s national debt is quickly approaching $22 trillion dollars, and Congress remains reluctant to cut spending and balance the budget. Biggs and several of the original co-sponsors released the following statements:

“My colleagues and I have introduced this resolution because, with a national debt over $21 trillion, the United States is racing towards a fiscal cliff. We are taking few measures to solve this problem. It is beyond time for Congress to become serious about balancing the nation’s budget and making significant cuts to federal spending. If we do not change our course, we will be responsible for one of the worse catastrophes this nation has ever experienced: the crash of the American economy and the demise of a superpower. We must not let our grandchildren inherit – and experience – this ruinous fate.” - Congressman Andy Biggs (AZ-05)

Paul Gosar 2016“Our nation is wading through debt and our federal spending is out-of-control. We cannot afford to continue down this path. Our $21 trillion plus debt is a threat to our national security.” – Congressman Paul Gosar (AZ-04)

Debbie Lesko“We can no longer allow the weight and burden of our national debt to impede our ability to defend our country. Congress must address this real and present threat immediately.” - Congresswoman Debbie Lesko (AZ-08)

CANDIDATE COMMENTARY

Editor’s Note: Please keep opinion pieces to 400 words. If extended, they will be subject to editing. Opinions expressed below are not necessarily those of the Briefs. Briefs does not endorse candidates. – ft

Steve Gaynor 2Steve Gaynor, Secretary of State candidate: If you’ve ever wondered how to waste money like only a top-level elected official could, check out the Arizona Republic’s latest article on Michele Reagan’s expensive website blunder, seethemoney.com. Michele Reagan will ultimately spend $1.5 million taxpayer dollars ($1 million OVER budget) on a website to view data that’s already publicly available, that doesn’t even load all of the pertinent data, and that’s multiple years late.T his is unacceptable.Michele Reagan has a disastrous record of incompetence and waste. It’s time for a change.SHARE this email with your friends to let them know there’s a conservative candidate for Secretary of State who will make it a top priority to RESTORE CONFIDENCE in our elections operations and PROTECT taxpayer dollars.

Ken Bennett - 2015Gubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett: We are setting up volunteer teams and meetings across AZ and we need your help. Ken needs $5 donations as quickly as possible.  You can go online or print out the attached sheet.  We cannot over emphasis how critical this is to win this election.  Ducey has $3 million and will be launching a brutal negative campaign against Ken.  Early ballots go out on Aug 1st so we need the $5donations yesterday! (You can also give up to $160 in an additional donation.)

Please send people to these events.

1.    Can you setup a volunteer meeting for us? 

June 14 or 15 -  Prescott – Volunteer meeting. We need a venue.

June 11th – Kingman. Anytime after 2 pm.   Coffee, pizza, house party.

2.    We need help at all of the following to gather $5 and volunteers.  Saturday, June 9th,   Tempe,  Glendale, Mesa:

· 11:30 am – Tempe - The Tempe Republican Women, Embassy Suites by Phoenix Hilton Tempe, 4400 South Rural Road, Tempe, AZ 85281 with speaker Ken Bennett . Tickets: Members & Associates $25, guest $30, pay at the door $35. Checks may be mailed to: Alison Quinn, 1264 E. Weslyan Dr., Tempe, AZ 85282or pay through Anedot with credit card here (https://secure.anedot.com/b74112e5-dbe4-471e-8303-18d31576123d/juneluncheon)

· 1:30 – Glendale, LD30 meeting, First United Meth Church, 7102 N 58th Drive

· 4 – 6 pm – Mesa - Barbara and Bill Blewster are hosting an open house between 4-6 pm., Sat., June 9 at 915 W Fairway Drive in Mesa for Gubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett, Supt of Public Instruction candidate Bob Branch; Corporation Commission candidate Jim O’Connor and LD25 House candidate Marlene Hinton. Barbara reports, “We have several other great candidates we support.

· June 16 – Flagstaff – morning or evening volunteer meetings and house parties needed.

· June 18th or 20th – Tucson, S.AZ – Whatever you can setup.

More info soon… and if you have any suggestions / ideas – please call or email me.

Kelli Ward - physician 2Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward condemns Sen Jeff Flake’s unending assault on President Trump: “Flake’s latest personal attack of the President on the Senate Floor today demonstrates he’s lost all interest in advancing an America First agenda, instead focusing on grandstanding before he leaves office. Arizona rejected Flake for this ineffective, self-righteous style of politicking.  Flake shows little interest in working constructively with the President, hurling personal insults questioning the President’s character and approach rather than addressing underlying policy differences.  Arizonans are sick and tired of it.”

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

JUNE 8

A Meet & Greet for CD9 candidate Dave Giles scheduled between 4-6 pm., Fri., June 8 at Caswells Shooting Range, 856 E Isabella Ave in Mesa. Events include shooting contests, firearms safety training, door prizes and beginner program. You can sign Giles petition at Secretary of State Website ( website uses your driver’s license to veriy your voting district) Contact Doug Wolfe at Doug@DaveGilesForCongress.com

JUNE 9.

The Tempe Republican Women’s Annual Luncheon is scheduled at 11:30 am., Sat., June 9 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Phoenix Tempe, 4400 S Rural Road in Tempe. Gubernatorial candidate and former Secretary of State Ken Bennett is the speaker. $25 for members, $30 for guests. Must be paid by June 4. If pay at the door, the cost is $35. Checks may be mailed to Alison Quinn, 1264 E Weslyan, Tempe AZ 85282 . Contact: Membership chairman Diselle Brandrit at 480-203-9025 www.temperw.org

Barbara and Bill Blewster are hosting an open house between 4-6 pm., Sat., June 9 at 915 W Fairway Drive in Mesa for Gubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett, Supt of Public Instruction candidate Bob Branch; Corporation Commission candidate Jim O’Connor and LD25 House candidate Marlene Hinton. Barbara reports,We have several other great candidates we support. We support Americans who believe in self-reliance, that our U.S. Constitution is to be honored and revered and  ‘in God we trust’ is our personal motto. We believe in the separation of powers; city, county, state and federal have different powers and responsibilities.  Please invite others to this event. Light refreshments.

Southern Arizona Activist Bruce M Piepho invites you to attend a Meet & Greet for US Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward between 1-3 pm., Sat., June 9 at the American Legion Post 24, at American Legion Post 24, 205 E Allen St Tombstone, AZ. Contact: bpiepho@cox.net

Dr Kelli Ward will speak at the LD14 GOP meeting at 9 am., Sat., June 9 in the Benson City Hall, 120 W 6th St in Benson, AZ (two blocks S of the main street in Benson – just off of I-10.)

June 13

The Black Mountain Community Alliance and the Black Mountain Police Precinct will meet at 6:30 pm., Wed., June 13 at the Deer Valley Community Center multipurpose room, 2001 W Wahalla Lane in Phoenix. Refreshments served. Crime prevention materials distributed. Contact info@bmcainfo.com or 480-467-7389.

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SEEING RED AZ

· Ken-Bennett-Can-And-Will-Be-Az’s-Next-Governor Frenzied Phil Boas Expends Massive Effort Repeatedly Declaring Bennett Can’t Win

· McCain-Via-His-Surrogates-Still-Shoving-Amnesty

· Arizona-Daily-Independents-Cartoon-Brightens-Monday-Morning

AMERICAN FREEDOM BY BARBARA

· President Trump’s Historic Accomplishments After First 500 Days in Office

· President Trump Changes Today's Event to Exclude The Eagles Football Team

· The Philadelphia Eagles Team Will Not Attend Celebration at White House

ARIZONA FREEDOM ALLIANCE

· Paul Ryan scrambles to calm GOP insurrection over immigration

· Steve King Sounds Alarm: Estb. Is Stampeding GOP Towards Amnesty Cliff

· FREE MOVIE…REVELATION, Dawn of Global Government

· McCain’s Grip On AZGOP Tightens, Seaton Raising Questions

· News From Michele Reagan Arizona Secretary Of State

· What Gov Ducey Accomplished In His First Term

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NEWS LINKS

ARIZONA

· Breaking (Or, Is That "Fixing"): Arizona's Politics Re-Posts @Repmcsally 'S Missing #DACA Video - Plus Transcript

· Legislator-Of-The-Week-Arizona-Representative-Vince-Leach

· Native American Coal Miners Seek 90-Day Pause In Shutdown Of Navajo Generating Station

· Officials Warn That West Faces Another ‘Challenging’ Wildfire Season

· Mesa Approves Deal To Build ASU Satellite Campus For Media, Technology In Downtown

· Experts Warn Swimmers To Beware Of Water-Borne Parasites And Bacteria

· Stubbornly Steadfast: Mules Have Kept The Grand Canyon Moving Since The 1880s

· Sexually Transmitted Diseases Up 19% In Arizona, Perhaps Because Of Greater Awareness

· Arizona Unemployment Remains At 4.9%; National Level At 18-Year Low

· Three Bears Killed For Posing Public Safety Threats In Arizona Urbanized Areas

· Arizona Unemployment Remains At 4.9%; National Level At 18-Year Low

· Officials Warn West Facing ‘Challenging’ Wildfire Season

· Ward Calls Flake An “Embarrassment,” McSally “Worse”

· Men Caught Trafficking Fentanyl Pills Hidden In Stuffed Animal

· Flake Slams Trump On Trade, Lack Of ‘Grown-Up Leadership’

· Injured Illegal Alien Rescued Near Kitt Peak

· Cornville Violent Home Invasion Suspects In Custody

· MCSO Investigating Burglary At Home Of Fountain Hills Double Homicide

· Kaibab National Forest, Grand Canyon National Park Fire Lock-Down

· Vehicle Flees Immigration Checkpoint, Nearly Runs Over Cbp Agent

· Native American Coal Miners Seek 90-Day Pause In Shutdown Of Navajo Generating Station

· Beating By Mesa Police Sparks Outrage

· Johnson Utilities To Close Section 11 Wastewater Treatment Plant

· Iranian National Gets Time Served In Asylum Fraud Case

· Former Pinetop-Lakeside Town Clerk Pleads Guilty To Theft

· China’s Policy Shift Forces U.S. Cities To Tighten Recycling Rules To Reduce Contamination

· Navajo County Sheriff’s Deputies Locate A Missing Child In Holbrook

· Yavapai County Deputies Investigate Deadly Collision

· Nogales CBP Officers Arrest 4, Seize Hard Drugs And Pills

· Border Strike Force Seizes Drugs Worth Over $520,000 In Pima County Traffic Stop

CONGRESS

· Rep-King, Paul-Ryan-Is-Stampeding-GOP-Towards-Amnesty-Cliff

· House Passes Trump's Plan To Claw Back $15 Billion In Spending

PROBES/INVESTIGATIONS

· Russian-Lobbyist-At-Don-Jr-Meeting-Says-He-‘Might’-Have-Seen-John-Mccain-At-Summit-Where-Senator-Learned-Of-‘Pee’-Dossier

MILITARY/VETERANS

· Belleau Wood: Why This WWI Battle Is Still Important In US

ILLEGALS

· Previously-Deported-Salvadoran-Runs-Over-Ex-Girlfriend-3-Times-Say-Officials

INTERNATIONAL

· London Crime Way: Nearly 90% Of-Knifepoint -Robberies-Go Unsolved

· Jews-Attacked-By Muslims-In Berlin-Subway-For Listening-To Israeli-Music

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