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Rep. Chad Campbell, D-Phoenix, the House minority leader, held a news conference Wednesday to outline a $261 million plan that he would prevent gun violence in schools and communities.
House Minority Leader Chad Campbell explains Friday how Democrats want the state's tax code restructured but how they are unwilling to go along with plans by Republicans, including House Majority Leader Andy Tobin, to shift some of that burden on homeowners.
When our country's housing market crashed, Arizona felt it more than just about any other state in the nation.
AUGUSTA, Ga. - The top 10 conclusions we can jump to at the midway point of the 70th Masters: No. 1 — Chad Campbell is ready to win his first major championship. The 36-hole leader, who not long ago was picked in a poll by his peers to be “the next great player,’’ has the game and the demeanor to win a green jacket.
I read State Representative Chad Campbell’s populous, socialist tirade (Campbell: Protect the people, not the banks) that was published Dec. 16. Campbell attempts to thwart any effort to avert a future prolonged housing downturn by advocating that the ability to walk away from a mortgage that a borrower is able to pay, will be the default policy in Arizona, forever.
Chad Campbell ran off five straight birdies, the best start ever in the Masters. Jim Furyk charged up the crowd with four straight birdies late in his round. Even that notoriously slow starter, Tiger Woods, got in on the action.
Kenny Perry, left, shakes hands with Chad Campbell on the 18th green following their the third round of the Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., April 11, 2009.
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Falling short hurts worse the second time around.
Jason Day, a 20-year-old phenom out of Australia, got the fifth and final sponsor’s exemption into the FBR Open on Wednesday, tournament chairman Tim Louis of the Thunderbirds announced.
Chad Campbell as The Cat in the Hat
Rep. Chad Campbell, left, debates Rep. Steve Montenegro on Monday over Montenegro's bill to make it illegal for a doctor to perform an abortion because of the race or gender of a fetus. The two disagreed on whether Arizona statistics show there is evidence that is occurring in this state.
Chad Campbell chips on the 17th green during the second round of the Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., Friday, April 10, 2009.
Hamilton tight end Chad Nelson #35 catches a touchdown pass in front of Mountain Pointe defensive back Trey Campbell during the first quarter of the Division I state championship football game at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012. [Ralph Freso/Special to Tribune]
The top Democrat in Arizona's House of Representatives plans to outline details of a school and community safety plan he expects to introduce in the Legislature.
PHOENIX – Arizona can protect schools and communities from gun violence by making campuses more secure, increasing services for the mentally ill and tightening gun ownership laws, the top Democrat in the state House said Wednesday.
House and Senate Democrats chose leaders Thursday who are likely to continue to push the same priorities as before -- but perhaps with a bit more success because of increased numbers.
The House voted Monday to seek permission to undo programs that voters have required the state to provide or fund.
“Welcome to life,” Rep. Michele Ugenti blatantly states in response to the countless objections from students and other protestors over HB 2675. According to Ugenti, drowning in debt is a part of life — nothing to be too concerned about. Yet Ugenti fails to acknowledge that a large reason for the economic suffering of many people is a result of being unable to pay off their student debts. Driving college students into debt will not help their economic well-being. Rep. Chad Campbell states that an increase in the already rapidly rising tuition would turn students away from furthering their education.
The state House voted Thursday to scrap the generous retirement plan enjoyed by elected officials and judges -- but not in a way that would affect any of them.
So you've driven downtown to shop, parked the car, plunked a quarter into the meter and -- nothing.
Now this is what international golf competition should be all about: Constant one-liners from the captains, playoffs that actually produce winners, and a whipped-cream pie in the face to whoever loses the bet.
A House panel voted Thursday to put spray-paint cans on the same level as guns and alcohol, at least as far as minors are concerned.
PHOENIX -- A move by Gov. Jan Brewer to buy back three state buildings in time for the state's birthday will save Arizona taxpayers nothing at all.
A key Tucson legislative Democrat wants to make it a crime for Arizonans to buy a high-capacity ammunition magazine.