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The Arizona Corporation Commission, water issues and your pocketbook

The Arizona Corporation Commission, water issues and your pocketbook

Lately, accusations of impropriety within the ranks of the Corporation Commission have been released in various news media. It is imperative that the officials of the most powerful group affecting the pocketbooks of the greatest portion of the state’s population remain unbiased and deal with only “the facts at hand” over the rate cases they preside.

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Epitaph for a logo: A book gives way to a sword

Epitaph for a logo: A book gives way to a sword

I feel I must write an epitaph for a pro bono logo I designed in 1992. On Friday, the Office of the Arizona Attorney General announced the rollout of a new seal. I’m quite certain no one at the office remembers when or who designed it, citing “many years” since a “significant update,” but it was me.

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Immediate action needed to avert water crisis

Immediate action needed to avert water crisis

Recent newspaper articles have been replete with accounts concerning the devastating water shortage impacting Arizona and other southwestern states. Due to severe drought conditions Lake Mead, the country’s largest water reservoir, is only 38 percent full and the water level at Lake Powell has dropped to 45 percent.

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