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"Arizona's decision to employ Zyklon B gas as a means of execution defies belief," the committee said in a statement last week. It's unclear why the Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry has appeared to revive the gas chamber option for executions. Since 1976, gas chamber executions have been used 11 times by various states, including California and Mississippi, according to the nonpartisan Death Penalty Information Center. The use of cyanide gas on LaGrand, a German citizen, stoked outrage in his home country, which has no death penalty. In recent years, state executions have remained at record lows amid a shortage of lethal injection drugs and waning public support for capital punishment.
Persons: Janice, Friebaum, We're, Don Harding, Walter LaGrand, gasped, Mark Brnovich, Brnovich, Doug Ducey, Henry McMaster, who's, Jim Belanger, Harding, Harding writhed, Belanger Organizations: Phoenix Holocaust Association, American Jewish Committee, Guardian, Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation, NBC News, Republican, U.S, Senate, Gov, Associated Press, Arizona Supreme, South Carolina Gov, AP Locations: Nazi, Treblinka, Arizona, Florence, Phoenix, Auschwitz, California, Mississippi, German, Arizona's Constitution, Texas, Alabama, Tempe
But there's serious risk that would come both with the Justice Department jumping in — and with it not doing so. Tom Brenner/The New York Times via AP, PoolThe Justice Department steps inDOJ, by all signs, is on the case. He said that if the Justice Department did get involved, it would "look like they are covering up something that they don't want to be revealed." Many Arizona state officials have criticized the audit, saying it is undermining the US electoral process. The cybersecurity firm has been under intense scrutiny because it had never conducted an election audit before this one.
Persons: Garland, Donald Trump, Trump, Steve Gallardo, Gallardo, Merrick Garland, Tom Brenner, General Merrick Garland, Pamela Karlan, Karen Fann, Karlan, Ken Bennett, Bennett, Joe Biden, Doug Mills, Joe Biden's, Bennie Smith, Biden, Jack Sellers, Sellers, Ronald Weich, Weich, Alex Gulotta, Grant Woods, Doug Logan, Logan Organizations: The Justice, Republicans, Department of Justice, Justice Department, Capitol, The New York Times, Democratic, of Justice, New York Times, AP, The, Department, DOJ, Right Division, Arizona, DOJ's Civil Rights Division, Arizona Senate's, Civil, University of Baltimore School of Law, House, Republican, Fann, Arizona Senate, Trump Locations: Arizona, Maricopa County, Maricopa, Tennessee, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Colorado
The Justice Department wrote in a letter last month that the review by the state's Republican Senate may violate federal law. The decision effectively struck down the pre-clearance requirement of the Voting Rights Act, which forced certain jurisdictions with records of discrimination to have election law changes approved by the Justice Department. Garland recounted that in 1961, then-Attorney General Robert Kennedy called into his office the assistant attorney general for civil rights, Burke Marshall, and Marshall's first assistant, John Doar. In addition to beefing up the staff of the civil rights division, Garland said the Justice Department will publish guidance on post-election audits and on early voting and voting by mail. The Supreme Court is expected to rule soon in a case over the Voting Rights Act that could have implications for legal challenges against the new voting restrictions.
Persons: Merrick Garland, Garland, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, Holder, Robert Kennedy, Burke Marshall, Marshall's, John Doar, Kennedy, you've Organizations: Justice Department, Court, Department of Justice, The, Department, Republican, Democrat, Trump, Federal Bureau of Locations: Arizona's Maricopa County, Texas, Georgia, Arizona, Shelby
It is crucial to the water supply of 25 million people including in the cities of Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix, Tucson and Las Vegas. As of 11 p.m. PDT Wednesday (0600 GMT Thursday), the lake surface fell to 1,071.56 feet above sea level, dipping below the previous record low set on July 1, 2016. Arizona is "in a completely unique situation relative to our historical records," said Michael Crimmins, a University of Arizona climate scientist. The Bureau of Reclamation is likely to declare Lake Mead's most extreme shortage condition for the first time ever, which would cut water supplies to Arizona, Nevada and Mexico, spokesperson Patti Aaron said. That is a year's supply for nearly 1 million households, according to the Arizona Department of Water Resources.
Persons: Lake Mead, Lake, Ben Cook, Devin Jacobson, Jacobson, Arizona's, Michael Crimmins, We're, Patti Aaron, Aaron, Gavin Newsom, Jerry Brown, Jay Lund, University of California Davis, Lund, it's Organizations: Arizona Department of Forestry, Fire Management, U.S, Nevada -, Lake Mead, Northern Plains . Farmers, U.S . Bureau of Reclamation, NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, University of Arizona, Reclamation, Arizona Department of Water, Water Authority, University of California, Watershed Sciences, Thomson Locations: Arizona, U.S, U.S ., Lake, Colorado, Nevada, Nevada - Arizona, Las Vegas, United States, Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix, Tucson, California, Pacific Northwest, Nevada , Oregon, Utah, New Mexico, Northern Plains, Kuwait, it's, North Dakota, Crosby, Arizona , Nevada, Mexico, Arizona Department of Water Resources . California, Sacramento
of State Katie Hobbs is documenting irregularities with the Maricopa County election audit. Hobbs told CNN on Thursday that the GOP-commissioned audit is "prime for cooking the books." Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs has once again slammed the GOP-backed audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, suggesting that it was "prime for cooking the books." Jen Fifield, a reporter with The Arizona Republic, noticed blue pens being used back in April, when she raised the issue with Cyber Ninjas. Insider has contacted Cyber Ninjas and the Arizona Senate Republican Party for comment.
Persons: Katie Hobbs, Hobbs, Joe Biden, , CNN's Jake Tapper, Insider's Grace Panetta, Jen Fifield, Fifield Organizations: CNN, GOP, Arizona, Republican, The Arizona, Arizona Senate Republican Party Locations: Maricopa County, Arizona, Florida, The Arizona Republic
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat who has faced a barrage of criticism from Republicans about the 2020 election, is running for governor, she announced in a video Wednesday morning. That’s why I’m running.”I’m running for Governor to deliver transparency, accountability, and results for Arizonans -- just like I’ve done my whole career. As the state’s top election official, Hobbs was a frequent target of stolen election conspiracy theories and was harassed and threatened for her work and defense of the state's system. President Joe Biden won the state in 2020 by approximately 10,000 votes and numerous state and county reviews and audits have revealed that the election system was secure and produced accurate results. Hobbs has positioned herself as a key defender of the state’s election system and opponent of the audit and her announcement video suggests she will seek to capitalize on that fight in her bid.
Persons: Katie Hobbs, , , “ It’s, LM2sCDVynA, 5y3QtFvYAk, Hobbs, Joe Biden, Donald Trump's Organizations: Democrat, Twitter, Arizona Republicans, stoke Locations: Arizona
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, will run for governor in 2022, she announced Wednesday. Hobbs is an outspoken critic of the state's ongoing Maricopa County election audit. Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who rose to prominence defending the state's election results following the 2020 vote, announced Wednesday that she's launching a run for governor. Arizona's current governor, Republican Doug Ducey, is also term-limited and will be out in 2023. Before serving as Secretary of State, Hobbs served as a member of Arizona's Senate and House of Representatives.
Persons: Katie Hobbs, Hobbs, She's, Republican Doug Ducey, Kimberly Yee, Kari Lake, Mark Brnovich Organizations: Democrat, Twitter, GOP, Republican, Fox, Republicans, State Locations: Arizona, Maricopa County
He recently conducted interviews with One America News Network and Gun Freedom Radio. In his OAN interview he wore his Army uniform, and with Gun Freedom Radio he questioned the results of the 2020 presidential eleciton. The Army is investigating after a reserve officer running for Congress questioned the results of the 2020 presidential election and performed an interview while in uniform, according to a Task & Purpose report. During his OAN interview, Stovall wore his Army uniform. In his Gun Freedom Radio interview, Stovall did not wear his uniform, but referred to Biden as "this sleepy guy in office" and said he didn't believe Biden was president.
Persons: Alex Stovall, Stovall, Biden, didn't, Simon Flake Organizations: America News Network, Freedom, Army, Congressional, Purpose, U.S . Army Reserve, of, Army Reserve Locations: Arizona, Arizona's
MLB roundup: Diamondbacks win after 13 straight setbacks
  + stars: | 2021-05-31 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +9 min
May 30, 2021; Los Angeles, California, USA; San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Kevin Gausman (34) throws a pitch during the sixth inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium. Matt Peacock, scratched from his last scheduled start Thursday after becoming ill (non-COVID related), pitched six innings for the win. Max Muncy and Albert Pujols hit home runs for the Dodgers, who were held scoreless through seven innings. Ross Stripling (1-3) allowed one run, two hits and one walk while striking out three in five innings. The Rangers also have lost 12 straight at T-Mobile Park, with their last win in Seattle coming on July 23, 2019.
Persons: Kevin Gausman, Robert Hanashiro, Arizona's, Louis, Matt Peacock, Peacock, Dylan Carlson's, Andrew Knizner, Mauricio Dubon, Austin Slater, Clayton Kershaw, Max Muncy, Albert Pujols, Kershaw, Matt Beaty, Matt Adams, Colorado's Ryan McMahon, Richard Rodriguez, Charlie Blackmon's, Adams, Blackmon, Adam Frazier, Tom, Mike Zunino, Brett Phillips, Austin Meadows, Jean Segura, Brad Miller, Andrew Knapp, Bryce Harper, Didi Gregorius, Cy Young, Jake Arrieta, Tyler Mahle, Avisail Garcia, Omar Narvaez, Brandon Woodruff, Garcia, Woodruff, Max Scherzer, Josh Hader, Teoscar Hernandez, Rowdy Tellez, Marcus Semien, Ross Stripling, Josh Naylor, Aaron Civale, Jose Ramirez, Marcus, Emmanuel Clase, Steven Matz, Sam Hentges, Tarik Skubal, Willi Castro, Nomar Mazara, Jonathan Schoop, Michael King, DJ LeMahieu, Gary Sanchez, Whit Merrifield, Brad Keller, Greg Holland, Matt Shoemaker, Kyle Tucker, Zack Greinke, Aledmys Diaz, Blake Snell, Webster Rivas, Wil Myers, Seong Kim, Nick Madrigal, Lucas Giolito, Jared Walsh, Raisel Iglesias, Jose Suarez, Steve Cishek, Mike Mayers, Jed Lowrie, Stephen Piscotty, Chad Pinder, Yusei Kikuchi, Ty France, Kyle Seager, Kikuchi, Willie Calhoun Organizations: San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers, Dodger, The Arizona Diamondbacks, Louis Cardinals, Phoenix, Minnesota Twins, Arizona, Giants, Dodgers, National League West, Pirates, Pittsburgh, Rays, Phillies, Tampa Bay, Reds, Cubs, Cincinnati, Brewers, Milwaukee, Blue Jays, Toronto, Cleveland, Indians, Tigers, Yankees, Detroit, Royals, Twins, Kansas City, Minnesota, Astros, Padres, Houston, San, Padres . White Sox, Orioles, Chicago, Baltimore, Athletics, Mariners, Rangers, Seattle, Texas, The Rangers, . Texas, Mobile, Thomson Locations: Los Angeles , California, USA, St, Francisco, Angeles, Colorado, Philadelphia, St . Petersburg, Fla, Washington, New York, Minneapolis, San Diego, Baltimore, Oakland, Los Angeles, ., Minnesota
Republicans in Arizona's state legislature voted Tuesday to strip the Democratic Secretary of State of election powers. The move comes one day after Katie Hobbs slammed the GOP-led 2020 election audit happening in Maricopa County. The measure would transfer authority over elections lawsuits to the state's Republican attorney general. Republicans in Arizona's state legislature passed a measure on Tuesday to strip Democrat Katie Hobbs of her election powers as Secretary of State after she criticized the state's controversial, GOP-led audit of the 2020 election. Earlier this month, the Maricopa County Attorney's office sent state leaders and audit vendors a "hold" letter instructing them to retain all documents and audit communications — the first official sign that Maricopa County leaders are considering post-audit legal action.
Persons: Katie Hobbs, Hobbs, Mark Brnovich, Brnovich, Regina Cobb, Sen, David Gowan, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Trump Organizations: Democratic, GOP, Republican, State, AZ Central, State Bar of, Brnovich, Twitter, Arizona's, Arizona's GOP, Maricopa Locations: Arizona's, Maricopa County, State Bar of Arizona, Arizona, Red
Arizona's GOP commissioned an audit of 2.1 million ballots in the 2020 election in Maricopa County. Wake TSI, which was hired to run the hand recount, let its contract expire on May 14, AZ Republic reported. A tech company hired to run the hand recount of 2020 election in Arizona's Maricopa County has backed out of the effort, the Arizona Republic reported. Pullen told the Arizona Republic that StratTech Solutions, an Arizona IT company, had taken over Wake TSI's work on Monday. APThe recount in Maricopa County has been criticized for a number of missteps, and labeled a farce by some lawmakers, including Republicans.
Persons: Biden, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, Wake, Randy Pullen, Pullen, Trump's, Raquel Terán, Sen, Paul Boyer Organizations: GOP, Trump, Biden, AZ, Arizona Republic, Wake Technology Services, Inc, Senate, Republican Party, StratTech Solutions, Arizona IT, Wake, KTAR, Republicans, Observers, Arizona Democratic Party, Cyber, New York Times, Republican Locations: Maricopa County, Arizona's Maricopa County, Arizona, Florida, Arizona Republic, Asia
Arizona's state Senate president defended One America News having full access to the Maricopa ballot recount. Arizona's Republican state Senate president Karen Fann on Tuesday defended the senate-commissioned Maricopa County ballot recount and insisted that One America News, a pro-Trump outlet that was given primary access to live stream the process, is "credible." After not responding to multiple interview requests from the network, CNN's Kyung Lah interviewed Fann in the parking lot of the state Senate. The controversy-plagued and tumultuous Maricopa recount resumed this week after being put on hiatus due to the site of the recount, the Veterans Memorial Coliseum, being booked for multiple high school graduations. "On OAN, with cameras controlled by OAN," Lah pointed out.
Persons: OAN, Sen, Karen Fann, CNN's Kyung, Kyung Lah, Fann, Read, Trump's, Lah Organizations: America, Trump, Republican, Senate, Veterans Memorial Coliseum, GOP, CNN Locations: Arizona's, Maricopa, Maricopa County, Asia, Arizona
Trump's "Big Lie" that he lost the election because of voter fraud continues in Arizona's ridiculous audit, run by a QAnon-friendly company Cyber Ninjas. Cyber Ninjas, bamboo, and Trump's "Big Lie"For months before the 2020 election, Trump spread lies about election fraud and refused to commit to accepting the results of a loss. Election audit expert Jennifer Morrell observed the Arizona audit and said she had "never seen one this mismanaged." Mitch McConnell, for a brief moment, seemed like he truly wanted to move on and disassociate the GOP from the Big Lie. Other congressional Republicans could follow suit — it would be the death knell for the Big Lie.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Trump's, Mitch McConnell, McConnell, , , enders, Doug Ducey, Joe Biden, Karen Fann, Jennifer Morrell, Morrell, that's, Matt York, Fann, Jack Sellers, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Matt Gaetz, Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar —, Elise Stefanik, Breitbart, Steve Bannon Organizations: Republicans, Confederate, Capitol . Republicans, Keystone, Trump, Republican Gov, GOP, Volunteers, Republican, Veterans Memorial Coliseum, AP Republicans, Arizona Republicans Locations: Arizona, America's, American, Maricopa County, China, South Korea, Maricopa, Florida, Phoenix, New York
GOP Marjorie Taylor Greene compared mask mandates to the Holocaust on Thursday. On Saturday, Greene told an Arizona reporter she said nothing wrong and is standing by her remarks. GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said she's still standing behind her Holocaust comments despite criticism and condemnation. On Saturday, Greene told Arizona's 12 News reporter Bianca Buono she's not apologizing for her comments comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust. Her comments garnered criticism and backlash from other lawmakers, including Democratic Rep. David Cicilline, who called Greene "a troubled person who is unfit to serve in Congress."
Persons: Marjorie Taylor Greene, Greene, she's, Bianca Buono she's, Buono, Matt Gaetz, Nancy Pelosi, David Cicilline, Cicilline Organizations: GOP, Arizona's, America's, Democratic Locations: Arizona, Nazi Germany, America
Trump's "Big Lie" that he lost the election because of voter fraud continues in Arizona's ridiculous audit, run by a QAnon-friendly company Cyber Ninjas. Republicans in Congress could demonstrate a commitment to democracy and condemn the Arizona audit fiasco. Election audit expert Jennifer Morrell observed the Arizona audit and said she had "never seen one this mismanaged." Mitch McConnell, for a brief moment, seemed like he truly wanted to move on and disassociate the GOP from the Big Lie. Other congressional Republicans could follow suit — it would be the death knell for the Big Lie.
Persons: Trump, Donald Trump, Trump's, Mitch McConnell, McConnell, , , enders, Doug Ducey, Joe Biden, Karen Fann, Jennifer Morrell, Morrell, that's, Matt York, Fann, Jack Sellers, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Matt Gaetz, Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar —, Elise Stefanik, Breitbart, Steve Bannon Organizations: Republicans, GOP, Confederate, Capitol . Republicans, Keystone, Trump, Republican Gov, Volunteers, Republican, Veterans Memorial Coliseum, AP, Arizona Republicans Locations: Arizona, America's, American, Maricopa County, China, South Korea, Maricopa, Florida, Phoenix, New York
A Georgia judge will allow absentee ballots from the 2020 election to be unsealed for an audit. Judge Brian Amero on Friday agreed to open 145,000 absentee ballots from Fulton County. A Georgia judge will allow absentee ballots from the 2020 election to be unsealed to have them examined for possible fraud. Georgia election officials have extensively refuted claims that any malicious activity occurred at the arena, which was monitored via surveillance cameras. Former President Donald Trump and his allies baselessly claimed that widespread fraud led to his 2020 election loss in the state.
Persons: Brian Amero, Fulton, Garland Favorito, Favorito, Garland, Donald Trump, baselessly, Gabe Sterling, Joe Biden's, Trump Organizations: Atlanta Journal, Farm, Farm Arena, Maricopa, GOP, Senate, Arizona's Democrats, Republicans Locations: Georgia, Fulton County, Henry County, Atlanta, Cobb County, Maricopa County , Arizona, Arizona, Fulton
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs has told Maricopa County to decommission its voting machines. In a letter, Hobbs said she had "grave concerns" the equipment had been compromised by Cyber Ninjas. Earlier this year, Arizona's GOP-controlled Senate chose the private firm, Cyber Ninjas, to carry out another count of the ballots in Maricopa County, which President Joe Biden won by more than 45,000 votes. Cyber Ninjas has no experience in elections work and is led by a man who promoted false, pro-Trump conspiracy theories last fall. Dominion Voting Systems, whose equipment is used in Maricopa County, said it shared concerns about Cyber Ninjas' handling of its machines.
Persons: Katie Hobbs, Hobbs, Joe Biden, Biden's, Fields Moseley, Karen Fann, Biden Organizations: Cyber, Republican, Arizona's GOP, Supervisors, US Department of Homeland Security, Democrat, of, Voting Systems, US Justice Department's Civil, Division, Arizona Democrats Locations: Arizona, Maricopa County, China, Maricopa
GOP election official Stephen Richer called Trump "unhinged" over claims about the election. The Republican official in charge of the elections department in the Arizona county where a GOP-backed recount of the election is taking place lashed out at former president Donald Trump on Saturday. "This is illegal and the Arizona State Senate, who is leading the Forensic Audit, is up in arms," Trump said. Paul Boyer, an Arizona state senator who initially voted in favor of the audit, has since called it "ridiculous." Trump, who supports the Arizona recount, has repeatedly insisted the election was stolen from him, though courts and the Justice Department said there was no evidence of widespread fraud.
Persons: Stephen Richer, Trump, Richer, Donald Trump, Liz Cheney, Paul Boyer, Boyer, Joe Biden, Tom Porter Organizations: GOP, Republican, Saturday, Twitter, Arizona State Senate, Forensic, New York Times, Republicans, Justice Department, Observers, CBS News Locations: Maricopa County, Arizona, an Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona's
The Arizona Senate is considering expanding its controversial audit of votes in Maricopa County. An audit of ballots in last year's presidential and US Senate elections was launched in April. The Republican-controlled Arizona Senate is considering expanding its controversial audit of votes to all elections held in Maricopa County last year. The result of the audits cannot be used to change the elections, but Republicans say will be used to ensure the integrity of future elections. Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobb and the US Justice Department have expressed concern about the recount currently being conducted.
Persons: Donald Trump's, Joe Biden, Mark Kelly, Ken Bennett, Bennet, Trump, Katie Hobb, Hobbs, Donald Trump, Stephen Richer, Richer Organizations: Arizona Senate, Observers, Republican, Democratic, Arizona, Service, Trump, Biden, Dominion, US Justice Department, CBS, GOP, Saturday, Twitter Locations: Arizona, Maricopa County, Arizona's, Arizona Republic, California
MLB roundup: Yan Gomes leads Nationals' 17-run explosion
  + stars: | 2021-05-15 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +11 min
Yan Gomes had a career-high five hits and Max Scherzer threw five shutout innings as the Washington Nationals demolished the Arizona Diamondbacks 17-2 on Friday in Phoenix. Arizona's Riley Smith (1-3) gave up eight runs on eight hits and two walks in three innings. It was Urshela's fifth homer of the season and second career homer as a pinch hitter. Corey Kluber (3-2) allowed four runs on seven hits in six innings to win his third straight decision. Rockies starter German Marquez (2-4) tossed six-plus innings, yielding four runs on eight hits and three walks with eight strikeouts.
Persons: Yan Gomes, Max Scherzer, Gomes, Trea Turner, Kyler Schwarber, Andrew Stevenson, Arizona's Riley Smith, Gio Urshela, Travis Lakins, Urshela, Aaron Judge, Gleyber Torres, Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Hicks, Corey Kluber, Brett Phillips, Brandon Lowe, Miguel Castro, Willy Adames, Mike Zunino, Aaron Loup, Joey Wendle, Phillips, Zunino, Manuel Margot, Pete Fairbanks, Tyler Glasnow, Kris Bryant, Jake Arrieta, Bryant, Anthony Rizzo, Joc Pederson, Pederson, Jake Rogers, Robbie Grossman, Arrieta, Bobby Dalbec, Tony Watson, Hunter Renfroe, Christian Vazquez, Ohtani, Cleveland's Jose Ramirez, Kyle Tucker, Myles Straw, Martin Maldonado, Tucker, Straw, Maldonado, Wes Benjamin, Gregory Polanco's, Michael Perez, Adam Frazier, Perez, Caleb Baragar, Bryan Reynolds, Will Craig, Polanco flied, Frazier, Brandon Crawford's, Reynolds, Austin Slater's, Luis Oviedo, Max Muncy, Clayton Kershaw, Adam Duvall, Sandy Alcantara, Rick Scuteri, Manny Machado, Louis ., Joe Musgrove, Mark Melancon, Nolan Arenado, Ozuna, Ozzie Albies, Drew Smyly, Albies, Eric Lauer, Adrian Houser, Luis Urias, Manny Pina, Rhys Hoskins, Alec Bohm, Bryce Harper, Hoskins, Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Jarred Kelenic, Kyle Seager, Mitch Haniger, Josh Naylor, Sean Murphy, Stephen Piscotty, Ramon Laureano, Mark Canha, Frankie Montas, Matt Chapman, Josh Donaldson, Matt Shoemaker, Michael A, Taylor, Salvador Perez, Brad Keller, Lucas Giolito, Hunter Dozier, Jose Abreu, Abreu, Dozier, Andrew Vaughn's, Codi Heuer, Liam Hendriks, Jakob Junis, Wade Miley, Miley, Jonathan India, Eugenio Suarez, Colorado's Garrett Hampson, Charlie Blackmon, Daza, Trevor Story, Josh Fuentes, Marquez Organizations: Washington Nationals, Arizona Diamondbacks, Nationals, Diamondbacks, Washington, Yankees, Orioles, Baltimore, Rays, Mets, Tampa Bay, Cubs, Tigers, Chicago, Detroit, Red Sox, Angels, Boston, Los, The Angels, American League, Astros, Rangers, Houston, . Rangers, Triple, Pirates, Giants, Pittsburgh, San, The Pirates, Dodgers, Marlins, Miami, Chase, Read, Padres, Cardinals, St, Braves, Brewers, Milwaukee, Phillies, Blue Jays, Philadelphia, Toronto, Mariners, Indians, Seattle, Cleveland, Athletics, Twins, Oakland, Minnesota, Royals, White Sox, Kansas City, Royals . White Sox, Sox, Reds, Colorado, Cincinnati, Cleveland Indians, Rockies, Thomson Locations: Phoenix, New York, St . Petersburg, Fla, Los Angeles, Texas, San Francisco, Phoenix , Arizona, USA, San Diego, Diego, Atlanta, Milwaukee, Smyly, Dunedin, Seattle, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Chicago, Denver
A former GOP state attorney general slammed the Maricopa County, Arizona, election recount. "They lost, and they can't get over it," Grant Woods, now a Democrat, told the AP. A former Arizona Republican attorney general said that the people running Maricopa County's much-criticized ballot recount "can't get over" losing the state in 2020. The recount was ordered by the GOP-led Arizona state legislature following widespread conspiracy theories around the result. "They lost, and they can't get over it," Woods told the AP on Monday.
Persons: Grant Woods, Donald Trump, Doug Ducey, Woods, Republican Sen Paul Boyer, Katie Hobbs, , Ken Bennett, Joe Biden, Trump, There's, Boyer Organizations: GOP, AP, Arizona Republican, Maricopa, Democratic Party, Associated Press, Republican Gov, Service, Republican, Arizona, Democrats, The Washington Post, The, of Justice Locations: Maricopa County , Arizona, Arizona, Maricopa County, Arizona's
Trump is encouraging a 2020 election lawsuit in a Michigan county he already won. More than six months after the 2020 presidential election, former President Donald Trump is hyping a lawsuit in a small Michigan county that he already won. Trump won a majority of votes in Antrim County but lost Michigan overall to now-President Joe Biden. Trump and his allies have seized on a quickly-corrected counting error in the county to spread disinformation about the 2020 election results. If Bailey loses his Antrim County lawsuit, it will be another addition to the list of more than 40 failed election lawsuits from Trump and his allies.
Persons: Trump, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Biden, Sheryl Guy, Bill Bailey, Bailey, Carlos Barria, Matthew DePerno, Kevin Elsenheimer, Read, Trump DePerno, Jocelyn Benson, Kimberly White, Russell Ramsland, Ramsland, Elsenheimer, he'd Organizations: Antrim, Michigan, Republican, Trump, Biden, Dominion Voting Systems, Trump's, Cherry Capital, REUTERS, Dominion, SiriusXM, Trump . Dominion Locations: Michigan, Antrim County, Central Lake, Antrim, Traverse City , Michigan, U.S, Traverse, Arizona's Maricopa County
The combined company will be the largest US cannabis company by footprint and revenue. The Florida cannabis company said on Monday it will purchase Tempe, Arizona-based Harvest Health & Recreation in an all-stock deal that values Harvest at $2.1 billion. The deal will create the most profitable US cannabis company and one of the largest, rivaling industry leader Curaleaf. Once the deal closes, Trulieve will have operations in 11 states, including the leading market share in Arizona and Florida. Harvest is the largest cannabis retailer in the lucrative Arizona cannabis market.
Persons: Curaleaf, Trulieve, Robert Leidy, Leidy, Cantor Fitzgerald, Pablo Zuanic, Kim Rivers, Zuanic, Cowen, Vivien Azer, Azer, Jason Zandberg, Joshua Vann, Dan Ahrens, MSOS —, Ahrens, Morgan Paxhia, MSOs, Paxhia, Canaccord Genuity, DLA Piper, Bennett Jones, Troutman Pepper Organizations: Harvest Health, Recreation, Health, Capital Management, U.S, Trulieve, Service, Financial, Green Thumb Industries, Canadian, Asset Management, Fox Rothschild, Moelis, Company, Troutman, & $ Locations: Florida, Arizona, New York, Tempe , Arizona, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, NJ, NY, AZ, HARV, YOLO, Canada
Arizona's top election official is receiving harassment during continued election controversy. The high-profile and baseless questioning the integrity of the 2020 election has resulted in harassment directed at election officials that still persists over half a year later. Both descriptors are ones that seasoned election officials bristle at. Cyber Ninjas' lease on the facility ends on May 14, with high school graduation ceremonies scheduled to take place in the space shortly after. The conduct of Cyber Ninjas is also now on the radar of federal law enforcement.
Persons: Katie Hobbs, Doug Ducey, Hobbs, she's, there's, Courtney Pedroza, State Kim Wyman, who's, Ken Bennett, Bennett, Ross D, Franklin, Pamela Karlan, Karen Fann Organizations: GOP, Arizona Republicans, Arizona's, Service, Republicans, Capitol, Senate, PHOENIX, Arizona State Senate, Veterans Memorial Coliseum, State, Arizona Democratic Party, Republican, Arizona Senate, Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum, AP, Civil Rights Division, Arizona Locations: Arizona, Maricopa County, Florida, AZ, Phoenix , Arizona, Maricopa, China, Phoenix
Voting rights groups urged the Department of Justice to "deploy federal monitors" in Arizona. The groups are concerned about a Republican-led effort to "audit" the 2020 election. Voting rights groups are expressing grave concern over a Republican effort to "audit" the 2020 election in Arizona, pleading with the US Department of Justice to "deploy federal monitors" and safeguard some 2.1 million ballots in Maricopa County. In their letter requesting federal intervention, the lawyers say they believe Arizona Republicans and Cyber Ninjas are breaking the law. They also allege that the parties are "preparing to engage in conduct which will constitute unlawful voter intimidation in violating of the Voting Rights Act and other federal laws."
Persons: Trump, Brennan, Doug Logan, Donald Trump's, Joe Biden's, Raquel Terán, Sen, Karen Fann Organizations: Department of Justice, Republican, pro, US Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Brennan Center for Justice, Protect Democracy, Conference, Arizona's GOP, Arizona Republicans, Department, Justice, CNN, America News Network, Maricopa County's, Supervisors, Trump, Arizona Democratic Party Locations: Arizona, Maricopa County
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