Recent Articles from Gary Grado
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An Arizona defense coalition’s deal with Ukraine could bring in widespread benefits to the state.
Rural Arizonans are growing increasingly frustrated with Rep. Gail Griffin’s inaction on groundwater regulation.
Farmers in Pinal County left swathes of land unplanted following Colorado River water cuts. Now yielding fewer crops, they’re forced to find alternative ways to survive, as agriculture faces a bleaker future.
Stakeholders sharing the Colorado River have started sending their water policy wish lists to the Bureau of Reclamation as they negotiate new river use guidelines.
There is a growing number of people in the U.S. whose distrust of government and other mainstream institutions has led them to embrace the conspiracy-laden, anti-government ideology of the sovereign citizen movement. That growth has become increasingly evident in Arizona.
Experts warn of radicalization pipeline as Sedona wellness communities, anti-government groups share space
By blending alternative wellness offerings with events more traditionally aligned with the far right, experts say such shared spaces have become a pathway to radicalization among populations already predisposed to conspiratorial thinking.
Sovereign citizens’ filings flood Pima County, parallel national resurgence of controversial movement
By filing specially formatted paperwork, sovereigns believe they can remove themselves from the system, and they’re increasingly choosing to start the process in Pima County.
It’s clear from a growing body of research that charter schools across Arizona and nationwide are getting results and making a life-changing difference for students. And that is a back-to-school message we can all celebrate.
Parents and community members must hold elected officials accountable and support school leaders who are invested in the communities they serve. I invite you to get involved and engaged with us by taking our pledge at allineducation.org/pledge and staying up to date on the issues impacting students.