17.05.2012 [Tucson Citizen] - The county Board of Supervisors will discuss in executive session whether to appeal a US District Court judge's ruling forcing the county to pay a $975000+ settlement for Supervisor MaryRose Wilcox. Wilcox made a legal claim against the county after
19.05.2012 [Arizona Republic] - Why all the indignation over taxpayers having to pay settlements to Maricopa County Supervisors MaryRose Wilcox and Don Stapley ("It's wrong to punish taxpayers," Editorial, Tuesday)? Considering it is taxpayers who continually send the ethically
18.05.2012 [Spartanburg Herald Journal] - CAMPOBELLO, SC-- MaryRose Wilson, 80, of 648 Old Melvin Hill Rd., passed away May 17, 2012, at her home. She was the widow of Fred Wilson. Mrs. Wilson was a native of Polk County, NC, and a daughter of the late Jack and Annie Mae Foster.
18.05.2012 [AZ Central.com (blog)] - Maricopa County Treasurer Charles "Hos" Hoskins this morning is asking a federal judge whether state law requires that he sign off before the county pays Supervisor MaryRose Wilcox $975000. Hoskins filed his motion to intervene on Friday morning
18.05.2012 [KPHO Phoenix] - "There is no better example of the problems in Maricopa County than the $1 million dollar payout to MaryRose Wilcox that was unanimously approved by the board," McGrath said. "The board made it clear that taxpayers come last when it voted to approve
12.01.2014 - 2014 Why do County Supervisors award $3.5 million to Don Stapley for “stress” but 0 to MaryRose Wilcox for […] prosecuted by Sheriff Arpaio and former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas. But something funny is occurring. MaryRose
12.05.2012 [ABC15.com (KNXV-TV)] - By: Associated Press PHOENIX - A federal judge has awarded Maricopa County Supervisor MaryRose Wilcox $975000 to settle her claims against Sheriff Joe Arpaio and ex-County Attorney Andrew Thomas. The claim stems from allegations of abuse of power and
25.04.2012 [Phoenix New Times (blog)] - By Ray Stern Wed., Apr. 25 2012 at 11:44 AM Lawyers for Maricopa County and Supervisor MaryRose Wilcox have agreed on a schedule to present their court arguments for why the county should pay Wilcox a $975000 settlement.