Richmond Police Chief Chris Magnus has officially decided to move on to Tucson, Arizona.
Richmond Police Chief Chris Magnus was all but guaranteed Monday that he will be offered a new job in Tucson, Arizona.
Despite its own resolution banning doing business with companies in Arizona, Richmond City Council on Tuesday approved a $84,000 purchase of Tasers from an Arizona vendor during a wide-ranging council meeting.
Arizona’s immigration law has spurred a slew of protests around the country, including a statement of opposition by the city of Richmond, which voted to impose a moratorium on conducting public business in that state.
Richmond's City Council delivered a unanimous verdict against Arizona's controversial immigration law. The council voted 6-0 to cease all public business with the state and companies that operate there.