Tuesday, June 30, 2020

LISTEN: How Supreme Court Rulings Impact Arizona - DACA, LGBTQ, Libertarian - and More On "AZ Law" Broadcast

In this broadcast installment, we bring you a range of articles and commentaries about Arizona-related cases at the U.S. Supreme Court. Not only the well-publicized cases about DACA and workplace discrimination against LGBTQ workers, but the long-running case about Arizona Libertarians' "electoral purgatory".
Also, there is an update on the former Maricopa County elected official running an illegal international child adoption scheme. 
Here is the full story listing:
1.      Supreme Court's ruling on LGBTQ discrimination won't end efforts for state law in Arizona (Oxford, Republic)
2.      Arizona DACA Recipients Celebrate U.S. Supreme Court Ruling (Casey and Reznick, KJZZ)
3.      The Supreme Court says ‘Dreamers’ can stay, for now. It’s time we let them stay for good. (Commentary, Garcia, Arizona Mirror)
4.      BREAKING: U.S. Supreme Court Shuts Door On Two Arizona Cases, Rejects Libertarian Party and Tempe's "Squatter(?)" (Weich, AZ Law)

5.      Former County Assessor Paul Petersen pleads guilty to welfare fraud in international adoption scheme (Anglen, Republic)
"AZ Law" includes articles, commentaries and updates about opinions from the Arizona Supreme Court, U.S. Supreme Court, as well as trial and appellate courts, etc.
More on these cases and other legal news can be found at ArizonasLaw.org.
AZ Law also airs on non-profit Sun Sounds of Arizona, a statewide reading service that provides audio access to printed material for people who cannot hold or read print material due to a disability. If you know someone who could benefit from this 24/7 service, please let them know about member-supported Sun Sounds. And, YOU can donate or listen here.

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