November Ballot Measure Review

In Arizona this past November, ten measures were on the ballot, and seven of the propositions passed. Here are some of the big winners and the three measures that failed.

Ballot Drop Boxes and Ballot Counting in Arizona

Attorney Don Loose discusses mail-in ballot boxes being monitored in Maricopa County and the Board of Supervisors voting for a full ballot hand count in addition to the machine count in Cochise County.

Abortion Laws and Ballot Measures in Arizona

Attorney Don Loose discusses the two contradictory abortion laws now on the books in Arizona.

Arizona Ballot Measures for the November Election

Attorney Don Loose discusses a few of the 10 Arizona ballot measure voters will decide on in the November election.

Top 10 Verdicts in Arizona for 2021

Attorney Don Loose discusses the Top 10 Verdicts in Arizona for 2021.

Overturning Roe v. Wade

Attorney Don Loose discusses the Supreme Court’s decision to eliminate the right to an abortion.

US Supreme Court Draft Regarding Roe v. Wade

Attorney Don Loose discusses the unprecedented leak of the US Supreme Court draft regarding Roe v. Wade.

Homeowner’s Rights

Attorney Don Loose discusses “Homeowner’s Rights” within planned communities with Homeowner’s Associations (HOAs).

Bills Proposed by the Arizona Legislature in the Last Session

Attorney Don Loose discusses a few of the 1,774 bills proposed by the Arizona legislature in the last session, particularly regarding new rules for voting.

Legal News About COVID-19

A See’s employee initiated a wrongful death lawsuit against her employer. She claims that See’s did not provide a safe workplace, as required by OSHA.

Legislative Privilege in Arizona

If an Arizona citizen claims a sincerely held religious belief, they may be exempt from vaccine mandates. Questions abound about what makes a religious belief “sincerely held”.

Arizona’s General Effective Day

On September 29, 2021, Arizona’s “General Effective Day” (90 days after the adjournment of the legislative session) 445 new laws went into effect.

Requirements for COVID Vaccines / Masks? A Scorecard Would Be Helpful

Certain school districts in Arizona including Tucson USD and Phoenix USD are requiring that students and staff wear masks.

Employers can require COVID-19 Vaccines

The EEOC says, in general, it is NOT improper for employers to require that employees be vaccinated as a condition of continued employment.

More about employers requiring COVID-19 Vaccines

 The federal EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) chimes in with guidelines about whether employers can require all workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19.