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Legislature needs to address crisis in fire districts

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Arizona’s fire districts today find themselves facing a serious public safety crisis, one that impacts more than 1.5 million Arizona residents who rely on fire districts for 911 services. Already, districts statewide have slashed scores of fire fighters and paramedics. Others have been forced to close fire stations. These cutbacks have caused emergency response times to rise, leaving the public at high risk at precisely the moment they need public safety services the most.

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Realigning for better wildlife management

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The Arizona Game and Fish Commission recently approved a fundamental restructuring of the department that more accurately reflects the department’s overall mission to conserve and protect all wildlife, not just those that are hunted or harvested.

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Why Millennials should care about retirement security

Arizona panel recommends pension alternative for state

At 23 years old, only 18 months out of college, and with hefty pile of student debt, you could say I’m living the typical “Millennial” experience. My work is important part of my life, as are my family and social circle. However, recently a new topic has started to brew toward the forefront of many of my thoughts and decisions – retirement security.

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