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Phoenix Delays Sanctuary Policy Amid Mounting Pressure After JW Report

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Phoenix Delays Sanctuary Policy Amid Mounting Pressure After JW Report

Days after Judicial Watch exposed a new policy banning Phoenix police from contacting the feds after arresting illegal aliens, alarming pressure on the city council and chief of police has forced officials in Arizona’s largest city to postpone the order. Crafted at a Hispanic advisory committee that promotes open borders,…

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Phoenix PD Bans Officers from Asking About Immigration Status, Calling Feds in Violation of State Law

Police officials in Arizona’s largest city have quietly implemented a new policy banning officers from contacting the feds after arresting an illegal alien and forbidding them from asking about immigration status, in violation of key provisions of a state law upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. Judicial Watch obtained a…

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Phoenix Trump Nazi Billboard Funded with Taxpayer Dollars

A controversial billboard depicting President Donald Trump as a Nazi was funded with taxpayer dollars and was commissioned by an “arts advocate” paid by a U.S. city to “diminish barriers,” records obtained by Judicial Watch reveal. The massive billboard caused a ruckus when it was unveiled in downtown Phoenix, Arizona…

IN THE NEWS

Group files lawsuit for documents tied to secret Lynch, Clinton Sky Harbor meeting

The lawsuit, filed by Judicial Watch, is centered on the secret meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton.

IN THE NEWS

Phoenix Ends Practice Of Free Illegal Union Ads On Firetrucks

Judicial Watch won an important victory in Arizona recently. Specifically, Judicial Watch efforts led to union decals being removed from city firetrucks, which had been providing free union advertising.

IN THE NEWS

Firefighters told to remove decals from trucks

Judicial Watch recently won another victory for transparent government and correct use of taxpayer funds. Thanks to our investigation, fire trucks in Phoenix will be required to remove stickers bearing union logos, which had given unions free advertising.

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Judicial Watch Obtains Fast and Furious Crime Scene Photos from Phoenix 2013 Gang-Style Assault with Rifle Supplied by Obama Justice Department

Judicial Watch announced today that it has obtained graphic crime scene photos taken at the site of a 2013 gang-style assault on a Phoenix, AZ, apartment building, including a close-up photo revealing the serial number of the AK-47 rifle used by the assailants.


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