Central Arizonans for a Sustainable Economy (CASE) advocates for deregulating immigration law and voting policies in Maricopa County and Arizona at large.  CASE also advocates for policies and ordinances to subsidize housing and support LGBT interests in Central Arizona. 
In 2019, CASE sponsored a petition to then-U.S. Senators Jeff Flake (R-AZ) and John McCain (R-AZ) demanding that a version of H.R. 2820 that would grant permanent residency to young illegal immigrants, prevent the deportation of illegal immigrants related to them, and prevent border enforcement funding. 
In 2017, CASE asked Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich (R) to investigate Motel 6 after illegal immigrants were arrested on its property. The impetus for requesting an investigation was based on suspicions that Motel 6 was alerting authorities to guests who were illegal immigrants. 
In February 2020, CASE opposed Arizona’s Senate Bill 1032 by organizing a rally at the Arizona capitol. The bill sought to prevent voter fraud through several verification measures, including signature verification of early ballots.  
In 2013, CASE lobbied against bills SB 1261 and SB 1003, both of which ensured measures to prevent voter fraud. 
In April 2019, CASE condemned Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego (D) for approving an urban development project for not including government-funded housing.   The developer, Medistar, then added taxpayer-funded housing to its development project plans, and CASE condemned Medistar for not providing “enough” subsidized housing. 
Betty Guardado, who serves concurrently as a member of the Phoenix City Council, is president and board member for CASE. Guardado also sits on the board of Arizona AFL-CIO and is a vice president of Unite Here Local 11.