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Keep ADEQ, but make it better (access required)

Last fall, the Arizona Auditor General’s Office confirmed what many of us knew, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality is not doing its job, especially when it comes to water quality. Sadly, the performance audit demonstrates that it is even ...

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Pandemic offers fresh look at education 

Three years ago, the education conversation in Arizona was sinking into firm trench lines between the #REDforED movement and education reform advocates. When the coronavirus pandemic struck, it brought not just disruption but also a fresh look at the necessity ...

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UN’s COP26 is wrong climate strategy

President Biden and the Democrats have a problem. For the second time in six years, a Democratic president has negotiated an international agreement that will never be presented to the U.S. Senate for consent and will never be voted on ...

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Don’t Texas My Arizona

The Texas Heartbeat Act—the most restrictive abortion law in the country—is in full effect. Although the law commenced just a few months ago, the effects are widespread: women are seeking refuge in neighboring states, online pharmacies are overwhelmed with patient ...

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