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The Arizona News Service is a multi-faceted Capitol news service that produces the Arizona Capitol Times, Legislation On-Line Arizona (LOLA), The Arizona Legislative Report, The Yellow Sheet Report, Citizen Government Guide, Government Resource Directory, Book of Lobbyists, The Guide to the Legislature (The Green Book), azlobbyists.com and a host of other special publications and focus issues for the legislative, business and legal communities. The Arizona News Service was founded in 1906, six years before Arizona became a state.

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  1. 2016 Arizona News Service Primary Election Guide
    $29.95

    The 2016 Primary Election Guide is a listing of candidates participating in the 2016 primary election. The 8.5 x 11 comb-bound book includes contact information, campaign websites, mini biographies, and answers to issue questions related to the offices for which candidates are running. Also included are legislative and congressional district profiles with maps, candidates, incumbents, voting characteristics and demographics for each district.

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  2. 2016 LEADERS OF THE YEAR – VIP TABLE
    $1,500.00

         Leaders of the Year – VIP table    

    October 13, 2016

    Sheraton Grand Phoenix, 340 N 3rd St., Phoenix, AZ 85004

    5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

    Arizona Capitol Times will recognize individuals and organizations for advancing public policy to positively impact the state and the lives of Arizonans. Categories include associations, education, arts and humanities, business, economic development, environment, government, health care, legislative, non-profit, public safety, social services, technology, transportation, volunteerism, lifetime achievement, unsung hero and up and comer.

    Sponsorship opportunities available.
    Contact Kim McWherter at 602.889.7125 or kim.mcwherter@azcapitoltimes.com 

     

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  3. 2016 LEADERS OF THE YEAR – INDIVIDUAL TICKET
    $95.00

         Leaders of the Year – Individual Ticket    

    October13, 2016

    Sheraton Grand Phoenix, 340 N 3rd St., Phoenix, AZ 85004

    5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

    Arizona Capitol Times will recognize individuals and organizations for advancing public policy to positively impact the state and the lives of Arizonans. Categories include associations, education, arts and humanities, business, economic development, environment, government, health care, legislative, non-profit, public safety, social services, technology, transportation, volunteerism, lifetime achievement, unsung hero and up and comer.

    Sponsorship opportunities available.
    Contact Kim McWherter at 602.889.7125 or kim.mcwherter@azcapitoltimes.com 

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  4. 2016 LEADERS OF THE YEAR – TABLE OF 10
    $1,000.00

         Leaders of the Year – Table of 10    

    October 13, 2016

    Sheraton Grand Phoenix, 340 N 3rd St., Phoenix, AZ 85004

    5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

    Arizona Capitol Times will recognize individuals and organizations for advancing public policy to positively impact the state and the lives of Arizonans. Categories include associations, education, arts and humanities, business, economic development, environment, government, health care, legislative, non-profit, public safety, social services, technology, transportation, volunteerism, lifetime achievement, unsung hero and up and comer.

    Sponsorship opportunities available.
    Contact Kim McWherter at 602.889.7125 or kim.mcwherter@azcapitoltimes.com 

     

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  5. 2016 Final Report of Enactments
    $29.95

    The Final Report of Enactments is a comprehensive report of the 2016 Regular Session, 52nd Arizona Legislature that includes final summaries of enactments and vetoes, enactments listed by subject and alphabetically, enactments by bill number and chapter number, and Arizona Revised Statutes affected by section number and chapter number. The report also includes session stats of bills filed and passed by chamber, bills vetoed and memorials and resolutions filed and passed.

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  6. Session Wrap commemorative poster bundle
    $35.95

    NOW AVAILABLE. Arizona Capitol Times Session Wrap bundle package includes posters of 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 cover editions suitable for framing. Size: 11"x15". Each poster can be purchased individually also.

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  7. 2016 Session Wrap commemorative poster
    $9.95

    NOW AVAILABLE. The cover of Arizona Capitol Times 2016 Session Wrap edition is available as a commemorative poster suitable for framing. Size: 11"x15". 

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  8. 2016 Trade & Professional Associations Directory
    $21.95

    The Trade & Professional Associations Directory combines a comprehensive list of the state's organizations, representing everybody from air conditioning contractors to the Arizona Tourism Alliance. Included in this edition is an analysis by two powerful associations of an important issue facing many Arizonans. No other source contains this volume of information organized in such a user-friendly format. It is included as part of any paid subscription to the Arizona Capitol Times print edition. It may also be purchased separately.

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  9. Book of Lobbyists and Government Liaisons
    $24.95

    The 2016 Book of Lobbyists and Government Liaisons serves as a guide to the lobbyists in Arizona, those who are anticipating entering the lobbying arena and anyone who needs to contact key state offices. Inside you will find listings of Arizona lobbyists – including name, company/agency/organization, address and phone number. Plus, there is an easy reference guide to critical contact information for state agencies along with articles and information about the business of lobbying in Arizona. It is included as part of any paid subscription to the Arizona Capitol Times print edition. It may also be purchased separately.

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  10. Government Resource Directory
    $24.95

    2016 GOVERNMENT RESOURCE DIRECTORY. Need to know where to go to get a copy of your birth certificate? Want to incorporate a business? Got a question about the AIMS test? When it comes to navigating the complicated waters of state government, the Government Resource Directory is your guide. Much more than a directory of names and phone numbers, it contains job descriptions, agency directors, section heads, policy-makers, state legislators and much more. A veritable state government information bible, most of its information is available nowhere else. It is included as part of any paid subscription to the Arizona Capitol Times print edition. It may also be purchased separately.

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  11. 2016 Political Almanac
    $21.95

    The 2016 Political Almanac includes maps and profiles of each of the state's 30 legislative districts and the 8 congressional districts. It also features our famous Wall of Knowledge statistics, lists and tables from the files of the Arizona News Service and contains information about the best advisers on campaigns, initiatives and elections, plus statisticians, petition gatherers and more. It is included as part of any paid subscription to the Arizona Capitol Times print edition. It may also be purchased separately.

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  12. Citizen Government Guide
    $15.95

    Are you an educator or physician? Maybe you're a cosmetologist or a farmer. Whatever your chosen field, you should know who is on the appointive boards and commissions that regulate your profession and many others. Our special publication, Citizen Government: A Guide to Civic Participation in State and Local Government, lists all of the members of the state's appointive boards and commissions, explains their statutory powers and duties, and gives these agencies' phone numbers and addresses. It is included as part of any paid subscription to the Arizona Capitol Times print edition. It may also be purchased separately. Publishes in August.

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  13. Arizona Capitol Times Energy Report (PDF)
    $99.00

    Last May, the Arizona Corporation Commission asked the public, utility companies, energy experts and residents to weigh in on the pros and cons of dismantling the state’s system of regulated monopoly, under which a handful of companies have a lock on electricity markets and are guaranteed a profit — in exchange for a steady electricity service.


    That decision spawned a vigorous debate that dwarfed other big issues before the regulatory agency. And although the Arizona Corporation Commission recently closed its electric retail docket in September, proponents of deregulation aren’t giving up the fight yet.
    This report draws from the Arizona Capitol Times and Yellow Sheet Reports, which followed the discussion from the very beginning, and offers an exhaustive and comprehensive coverage of the major policy proposal.

    The Arizona Capitol Times Energy Report includes:
    • An exhaustive guide to the debate over whether the state should dismantle its tightly-regulated monopolies and invite electric competition here.
    • 44 pages of detailed information about the Arizona Corporation Commission’s decision to wade into electric deregulation, the efforts by existing public utilities to end the debate in their favor, and the campaign by proponents to persuade the state’s energy regulators that deregulation is the best policy for Arizona.
    • A list of key players and their contact information.
    • Editor’s Notes with valuable updates and unbiased analysis, including an overview of Arizona’s history with deregulation.
    • Exclusive Arizona Capitol Times ongoing coverage when there are new developments with monthly email updates, PLUS breaking news emails.

    For those who want a deeper look of the deregulation debate, the Arizona Capitol Times Energy Report provides detailed news coverage and analysis, drawing from the reporting of the Yellow Sheet Report, the best political tip sheet in the state, and the Arizona Capitol Times, the state’s award-winning political paper. The report goes beyond the headlines and is filled with information that is available nowhere else, capturing the details and nuances of this all-important policy debate in one convenient printable PDF.


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  14. 2013 Session Wrap commemorative poster
    $9.95

    The cover of Arizona Capitol Times 2013 Session Wrap edition is available as a commemorative poster suitable for framing. Size: 11"x15"

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  15. Arizona Property Taxes
    $3.00

    Arizona's property tax system is among the most complex in the country. The 2016 Arizona Property Taxes booklet has been written to assist Realtors and homebuyers in better understanding this system. Published in conjunction with the Arizona Tax Research Association once a year, the booklet contains an explanation of property tax classifications, assessment ratios and appeals procedures. Subscribers to Arizona Capitol Times print edition receive one complimentary copy with their paper. Multiple-copy discounts available – call 602.258.7026. 

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