Former Raytheon Engineer Pleads Guilty To Weapons Charge

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A naturalized U.S. citizen from China who worked for 10 years for a Raytheon Corporation subsidiary as an electrical engineer has pleaded guilty to a federal arms exportation charge.


PHOENIX (AP) — Democratic Senate candidate Mark Kelly is criticizing the Trump administration's plan to divert money from defense projects to build a wall along the Mexican border.

Arizona elections officials say time is running out to register to vote in the state's Presidential Preference Election on March 17, 2020.   The deadline to register is before midnight on Tuesday, February 18th.

Wyoming, Navajo Coal Company, Agree To Liability Waiver

Feb 14, 2020

Officials in Wyoming have reached an agreement with a Navajo tribal mining firm that would give the state of Wyoming authority to take the company to court to enforce environmental laws at two coal mines.

Republicans in the Arizona Legislature who have long chafed at a ban on changing voter-approved initiatives are moving to ask voters to allow them to do just that on measures affecting “public health or safety.”