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High-tech visas going, going, gone (access required)

April 1 marked the opening day to apply for high-skilled work visas for use in specialized fields (H-1B visas). Last year the 65,000 H-1B visas were gone in a day with 150,000 total applicants. Last week they were again snatched ...

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ELL costs are a matter of perspective (access required)

On March 14, the Capitol Times ran a guest column by the president of the Arizona School Boards Association stating that Arizonans should be “outraged” at me. The column was 100 percent emotion, zero percent analysis.The attack relates to the ...

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Ethanol can be made more widely available in Arizona (access required)

The Arizona Capitol Times Feb. 29th article, “Availability of alt fuels limits use by state vehicles,” while focused on government vehicles, highlights the missing component that would help achieve increased consumer use of clean fuels in Arizona: Retail pumps.Other components ...

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Trust fund dollars for the arts (access required)

What is it that makes the arts such an easy target when it comes to cutting budgets and programs that support them?School arts programs are nearly always the first to go when budgets need to be trimmed, despite extensive research ...

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Legislature fails to acknowledge HOA wrongs (access required)

At the Homeland Security and Property Rights Committee hearing on Feb. 25, Rep. Doug Clark commented that this bill was “trying to solve a lot of society’s ills.” This astute observation has been long in coming. Still, the Legislature fails ...

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