Judge Denies Tucson’s Attempt to Dismiss Space Balloon Facility Lawsuit 

Given that a county-built space-balloon manufacturing facility and launch pad have long since been completed and occupied by the company World View, Pima County was hoping a Superior Court judge would rule in its favor on two counts alleging improper Continue reading Judge Denies Tucson’s Attempt to Dismiss Space Balloon Facility Lawsuit 

Arizona School-Voucher Expansion Threatened

A huge expansion of Arizona’s controversial school-voucher program is expected to be put on hold Tuesday, as a grass-roots group says it will file enough signatures to at least temporarily prevent the law from taking effect. Four months ago, Gov. Continue reading Arizona School-Voucher Expansion Threatened

Libertarian Mazza Withdraws Candidacy in Race to replace Uhlich on Tucson’s City Council 2017

Libertarian Mazza Withdraws Candidacy in Race to replace Uhlich on Tucson’s City Council due to other responsibilities. Currently, Libertarians have no Candidates running for any office in Pima County. The city’s primary election is Aug. 29. The general election is Continue reading Libertarian Mazza Withdraws Candidacy in Race to replace Uhlich on Tucson’s City Council 2017

Pima County hands-free cellphone law goes into effect June 1 | Local news | tucson.com

A Pima County law that prohibits motorists from using cellphones and other electronic devices without hands-free technology goes into effect Thursday, June 1. However, there will be a 60-day grace period for motorists to learn about the law. During the Continue reading Pima County hands-free cellphone law goes into effect June 1 | Local news | tucson.com

University of Arizona Hiring ‘Social Justice’ Sniches

Administrators at the University of Arizona are now accepting applications for “social justice advocates,” whose job it is to snitch on other students accused of bias. They’re also expected to hold educational programs about “the mosaic of diversity, multiculturalism and inclusivity” and maintain Continue reading University of Arizona Hiring ‘Social Justice’ Sniches