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Maricopa County Superior Court Rules in Favor of Voters with Disabilities, a Win for ACLPI and ACDL

Maricopa County Superior Court Rules in Favor of Voters with Disabilities, a Win for ACLPI and ACDL

According to a court ruling on October 5, certain people with disabilities will be allowed to use videoconference technology to assist with voting in the upcoming election. The Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest and Arizona… Read More

The Center Supports Ability to Sign Petitions Online During Pandemic

ACLPI Supports Ability to Sign Petitions Online During Pandemic

The Center filed two “friend of the court” briefs in the Arizona Supreme Court supporting efforts to permit people to sign petitions online rather than requiring circulators to go door-to-door during the coronavirus pandemic. Danny Adelman recently explained… Read More

Center Sues to Block Unconstitutional Bid to Upend Clean Elections

On May 4, 2018, in the wee hours of the morning, the Arizona legislature approved a bill that would put a two-subject measure on the ballot. The Legislature picked one subject that they thought would appeal to voters… Read More