PHOENIX - State lawmakers are about to give the Independent Redistricting Commission another $635,226 in tax dollars to continue to fight lawsuits - including one filed by legislators themselves.
PHOENIX - Republican interests head to federal court today hoping to realign the state's legislative districts more to their liking.
PHOENIX - The Independent Redistricting Commission is going to get the cash it needs, at least enough to get it through a trial set to begin next month.
PHOENIX - Members of the Independent Redistricting Commission do not need to answer certain questions from those who are suing them, a federal court has ruled.
Senate President Andy Biggs says the $500,000 will let commission lawyers be ready for a trial set to begin in March.
PHOENIX - State lawmakers grudgingly approved $500,000 Thursday to keep the Independent Redistricting Commission in business - and help it fight the Legislature.
PHOENIX - The state Court of Appeals blocked prosecutors Tuesday from further inquiries into whether the Independent Redistricting Commission broke the law in how it hired a consultant.
PHOENIX - A federal court has agreed to give Republicans a chance to argue the state's 30 legislative districts should be redrawn for the 2014 election.
PHOENIX - An attorney for Republican interests argued Wednesday that maps drawn just last year for the state's 30 legislative districts are illegal and should be scrapped.
PHOENIX - A judge threw out a bid by some Republicans to void the congressional lines drawn by the Independent Redistricting Commission, but the case could come back.
PHOENIX — A judge this morning threw out a bid by some Republicans to void the congressional and legislative lines drawn by the Independent Redistricting Commission.
PHOENIX - Members of the Independent Redistricting Commission want a federal judge to rule that state lawmakers are wrong in saying only the Legislature can draw lines for congressional districts.
PHOENIX - State lawmakers want federal judges to strip the Independent Redistricting Commission of its voter-approved power to draw the lines for congressional races.
PHOENIX - A federal court will not overturn the lines drawn for the state's 30 legislative districts, at least not this year.
PHOENIX — A federal court will not upset the lines drawn for the state's 30 legislative districts, at least not this year.
PHOENIX - Election officials from around the state are lining up to oppose a bid by a Republican-backed group to get a court to force new lines to be drawn for this year's legislative elections.
PHOENIX - The Arizona Supreme Court put Gov. Jan Brewer on notice Friday that her actions are not above judicial review, emphasizing its role as arbiter of legal and constitutional questions.
The Department of Justice has approved Arizona’s new Congressional district maps which had come under heavy fire from Republicans.
Redistricting lawsuit under consideration
PHOENIX - Facing a threatened lawsuit, the state House voted 36-20 Tuesday to give the Independent Redistricting Commission another $700,000.