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Divorce Settlement Case Comes Back To Arizona

In May, the U.S. Supreme Court sent a case back to Arizona twice in one week. In one case, the Arizona Supreme Court ordered a veteran to compensate his ex-wife for money lost after switching part of his pension to disability benefits. The other case was very similar. The U.S. Supreme Court ordered the Arizona court to reconsider its ruling in both cases. State Versus Federal Courts These rulings happen often in Arizona. The high court has ordered the state’s … Read More

Impending Education Ruling Worth $1.7 Billion Deficit

One impending bill in Arizona could change the face of education statewide and significantly impact financial stability for years to come. Recently, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled the state has failed to fund education under Proposition 301, an education related bill passed earlier in 2000. Questions still remain regarding how indebted Arizona is to school districts and related charter schools. The looming bill is in the neighborhood of $1.7 billion. Proposition 301 sought to raise state sales tax by 0.6% … Read More