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Service Dogs Howl, Rep. Thorpe Loses With Dopey Bill
Rep. Bob Thorpe of Legislative District 6 again made a fool of himself by introducing a bill that would allow restaurant owners to ban service dogs.
It was laughed out of the Legislature and discarded.
The Arizona Republic called it a dopey bill.
Navajo County Shined in Democratic Turnout
A new analysis of the 2014 election shows Navajo County as one of only three counties in the state that beat the turnout projections of the Democratic party.
Navajo County Democrats exceeded turnout by 3.2% while Cochise was up 2.9% and Gila was up 2.1%.
Meanwhile, Maricopa was 6.6% below the expected Democratic turnout and Pima underperformed by 10.5%.
Kirkpatrick Stands Up for Homeland Security
WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., denounced Republican attempts to tangle up funding for the Department of Homeland Security with partisan schemes to punish immigrant children.
Kirkpatrick issued a statement after voting no on several amendments and final passage of H.R. 240, the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2015.
Senator Allen Wants Mandatory Church Attendance
Sen. Sylvia Allen, R-Snowflake, said she supports mandatory church attendance on Sundays. Though she indicated people would be able to pick the church of their choice, she apparently offers no accommodation to those who worship on Saturdays.
Source: Arizona Capitol Times
Allen Represents Her Family In Jail Sex Scandal
When her son-in-law got in trouble for allegedly having sex with an inmate in county jail, state Senator Sylvia Allen moved quickly to change the law to protect abusers.
Source: Arizona Republic
Nut Who Fought Obamacare, Threatened to Take Over Navajo County, Can't Pay Health Bills
Richard Mack, the right-wing anti-Obamacare nut who threatened to take over Navajo County, can't pay his medical bills. Mack said he would move to Navajo County to run for sheriff.
Source: Talking Points Memo
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