Search Results for: marriage
March 27, 2013
- Gay Marriage Cases | Video
- The United States Supreme Court has oral arguments scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday for cases that could lead to a landmark decision on gay marriage. ASU Law Professor Paul Bender will discuss the cases.
July 13, 2012
February 9, 2012
- Court Ruling on Gay Marriage Ban | Video
- ASU Law Professor Zachary Kramer offers his legal analysis of a court ruling calling Californiaâ€™s gay marriage ban unconstitutional and what the decision could mean for a similar ban in Arizona.
September 30, 2008
- Cronkite-Eight Poll | Video
- The latest Cronkite/Eight Poll reveals where Arizona voters stand on the presidential election, the November ballot proposition that calls for banning same-sex marriage and the federal government bailout of the financial industry. Poll Director Dr. Bruce Merrill and Associate Director Dr. Tara Blanc discuss the results.
September 22, 2008
- Proposition 102: Marriage | Video
- This week, HORIZON looks at several of the propositions that will be on the November ballot. Tonight we examine Proposition 102, which would define marriage in the state constitution as a union between one man and one woman.
July 28, 2008
- Ethics Committee | Video
- The Arizona State Ethics Committee meets today to determine if they will investigate the ethics complaint filed against Sen. Jack Harper of Surprise. Sen. Ken Cheuvront of Phoenix filed the complaint, alleging Harper, acting as Chairman, cut off a debate concerning same-sex marriage on the final night of the legislative session. The committee's chairman, Sen. Jay Tibshraeny, discusses the committee's decision.
May 13, 2008
- Marriage Amendment | Video
- A bill that would place a measure on the ballot to amend the constitution to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman has passed the state house of representatives. SCR 1042 has been at the center of some heated debate. The legislation now moves to the senate. Representative Kyrsten Sinema and Peter Gentala, General Counsel for the Center for Arizona Policy join Horizon to talk more about the marriage amendment.
April 15, 2008
- Escape author | Video
- At age 18, Carolyn Jessop was the fourth wife of a man more than three times her age and had eight children in 12 years. After 17 years in the abusive, bigamist marriage, she fled Colorado City with her children, ages two to 15. Jessop talks with Merry Lucero about her flight from the fundamentalist Mormon community and her book, "Escape". Plus we talk with state representative David Lujan about what can be done about bigamist communities here in Arizona.
December 12, 2007
- Jeffs' Author | Video
- Carolyn Jessop is an escapee of Warren Jeffs' polygamous FLDS cult. Jessop talks with HORIZON's Merry Lucero about her marriage at age 18 to a man more than three times her age. She explains her flight with her eight children from the abusive, polygamous marriage and why she wrote about it in her book, "Escape".
November 20, 2006
- Proposition 107
- Rep. Kyrsten Sinema will talk about the success of “Arizona Together” in defeating Proposition 107. Arizona was the only state this last election in which a “same-sex marriage” amendment failed.
August 29, 2006
- Cronkite-Eight Poll
- How do Republican candidates for governor stack up against Governor Napolitano? And how do Arizonans feel about immigration and same-sex marriage propositions? Get the answers in the latest Cronkite-Eight Poll, with analysis from poll director Dr. Bruce Merrill and his assistant Tara Blanc.
September 27, 2005
- KAET-ASU Poll
- Bush ratings fall below 50 percent, Governor Napolitano continues to enjoy positve ratings, and Protect Arizona Marriage initiative in early trouble. Get the complete results.
- An initiative is launched to limit marriage to heterosexuals. We'll talk to a supporter of the effort to prevent gay marriage in Arizona.
- senate Bill 1473: creates harsher penalties for those convicted of trafficking
- Lawmakers approved harsher penalties for the sale and manufacture of methamphetamines. They also limited access to some over the counter drugs used to make crystal meth. We'll look at what the new laws will do.
- Arizona Capitol Times
- "The Arizona Capitol Times" newspaper is sold. We'll look at the legacy of the publisher whose grandfather started covering the legislature almost 100 years ago.
February 24, 2005
- same-sex marriage
- A bill has been passed by the House, a "postcard" to Congress from the legislature calling for a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.
January 14, 2005
- Journalists Roundtable
- The Journalists' Roundtable discusses the first regular session of the 47th session of the Arizona legislature convening Monday, Governor Napolitano appearing before a joint session of the legislature to deliver her annual state of the state address and the push for a ban on same sex marriage that took a new turn this week as supporters decided to go the initiative route.
January 6, 2005
- First Thursday: The Governor on HORIZON
- Governor Janet Napolitano is urging an early special election on a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage. Now that Proposition 200 is the law of the land, state agencies are working to make sure it's implemented. And more storms are expected to batter Arizona, which is already soaked. We'll talk to Governor Napolitano about those issues.