Former Republican Governor of Arizona
Jan Brewer Extreme Positions On Issues
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer meeting with President Barack Obama in June 2010By: The White House
Governor Jan Brewer vetoed Arizona's "religious liberty" bill last evening, putting the brakes on what could have been one of the most discriminatory laws in the country had she given it her approval.
What will it take to oust Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker in the upcoming mid-term election? In short, female voter turnout. Because, you see, there's a gender divide on the two running candidates when it comes to the polling, and its significant.
"Governor Scott... I'm not sure I got an answer to the question.." That was a remark from one of the moderators at the gubernatorial debate between incumbent Florida Governor Rick Scott and his Democratic opponent, Charlie Crist. Rick Scott was asked a very straight forward question on discrimination with gay marriage: "Governor Scott, you say you are against discrimination.
If you ever want to see a 'real life experiment' on how to turn Ayn Rand's philosophy into a state wide policy, then look no further than Kansas. Governor Brownback coasted to election four years ago on his promise to make Kansas a bastion of conservative orthodoxy.
Texas Governor Rick Perry plans to run for president in 2016. He even just started his very own super PAC to gather campaign financing, named RickPAC. And the long time governor plans to hit the campaign trail hard later this month, visiting all the key Republican states, including Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, to name a few.
Republican Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed the "Safe Carry Protection Act" into state law on 4/23/2014. This law is being dubbed the "guns everywhere" bill by its critics. Here are the in's and out's of this incredibly controversial law, that goes into effect on July 1st.
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Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is likely to veto the state’s controversial measure that could allow businesses to refuse service to gay and lesbians due to religious beliefs,...
The Arizona State Senate voted along party lines on a bill that would sanction a private individuals and businesses the right to refuse service to any customer that violates their religious beliefs. The bill, which is widely viewed as giving legal permission for people to refuse service to gay and lesbian individuals, was quickly passed by the State House and now heads to Governor Jan Brewer. vetoed a similar piece of legislation last year.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer is under intense scrutiny after it was revealed that her Administration ignored over 6,000 reports of child abuse and neglect. The Governor took personal credit last year when she claimed that the Arizona Child Protective Services overhauled its outdated system to prioritize urgent calls, but what seemed to have happened is that the state just closed thousands of reports without ever investigating them.
Jack Husted, who recently resigned as Arizona Game and Fish Commission chairman, has found himself the subject of multiple sexual harassment allegations. Mr. Husted is accused of inappropriate suggestive comments and giving "surprise hugs" to female employees. When asked to respond to the allegations surrounding his actions, Mr. Husted claimed that he was just "a man from rural Arizona where a handshake and a hug and the trading of a joke are part of normal human contact."
Arizona's abortion law "The Mother's Health and Safety Act" passed, banning abortion after 20 weeks of gestation. On top of that, the law defines gestational age as beginning on the first day of a woman's period, rather than at fertilization. So in practice, that means the state has banned abortions after about 18 weeks (20 weeks from the last menstruation) except in the case of medical emergencies, making Arizona the strictest state on abortions. Also, making Arizona the state claiming that life starts 2 weeks before anywhere else in the country as agreed upon by the state. The law also requires ultrasounds before abortions and that medical providers must have hospital privileges within 30 miles of where the procedure takes place, which is unlikely in most places in Arizona.
Jan Brewer, governor of Arizona, disrespectfully pointed her finger in President Obama's face as he walked across the tarmac after landing in Phoenix, AZ. Brewer, in a threatening manner, said "You have ONE more year!"
Brewer was suspected being under the influence of alcohol when she was involved in a car accident in 1988. Brewer was suppose to be taken to the police station to undergo a blood alcohol test. Instead she was driven home by two officers. The DPS, after learning that Brewer was a state senator, told her that she had immunity from arrest. No charges were filed in the case.
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