Arizona Corporation Commission

The Arizona Republic

The State of Arizona has joined a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over the federal Clean Power Plan. It’s among two dozen states fighting the new regulations that limit greenhouse gas emissions from the nation’s power plants. Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius reports. 

Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer

At a Monday night debate the hottest issue among the four candidates for corporation commission was who might be funding their campaigns. Arizona Public Radio’s Howard Fischer reports.

Corporation Commission Candidates Debate Solar Tax

Jun 26, 2014
Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer

Republicans running for the two open seats on the state Corporation Commission are divided on the issue of the taxability of solar panels on homes. Arizona Public Radio’s Howard Fischer explains.

New Corp Comm Chair Says No More Favorites

Jan 8, 2013
Howard Fischer / Capital Media Services

The new chairman of the state Corporation Commission signaled Monday that the days of pushing solar and renewable energy over other sources are over.

New campaign finance reports show Realtors put more than $186,000 into the corporation commission race to get a panel it hopes will be more favorable to its issues.

Campaign finance reports filed late last week show the three winners in the statewide Corporation Commission race were the only candidates to receive outside money.  They all received the same amount from the same organizations.

A Primer and a Debate on the Corporation Commission

Oct 5, 2012

Earlier  this week, the candidates running to take, or keep, a seat on the state’s Corporation Commission held a debate. 

State Dems Charge GOP Violate Laws

Sep 11, 2012

The state Democratic Party is charging the three Republican candidates for Corporation Commission with violating campaign finance laws.