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AG should know digital tools are essential for small business


Attorney General Brnovich and his colleagues really need to slow down and consider how their proposed action to change the ways these companies operate will impact my business. The last thing small business need is higher costs. The current system is working for small businesses and as the old saying goes: if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

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Non-violent drug offenders need help, not felony records

The Statue of Justice - lady justice or Iustitia / Justitia the Roman goddess of Justice

Maybe it’s time for prosecutors like Barbara LaWall to stop defending the status quo and embrace a more effective justice system based on data and evidence. It has worked in Texas, Utah, Georgia and 29 other states. And unless Arizonans are somehow more crime-prone than the rest of the country, it will work here, too.

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Abortion legal under Puritans, more than 200 years – what changed?


My sister and I went on an Amtrak vacation in July to attend a conference and visit friends and family in the Midwest. On her last leg home, my sister was on a local metro when a pregnant woman threw herself in front of the train and committed suicide. We don’t know if the lack of abortion or health care or services drove her to it. But expect to see more.

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Transportation is linchpin of thriving regional economy


As Chairman of the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority Board of Directors, I was honored to learn that PMGAA’s Board was named Arizona Capitol Times 2019 Leader of the Year in Public Policy for the Transportation Category. Transportation is a lynchpin of every thriving regional economy and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is proud to play an increasing role in Greater Phoenix’s multi-modal transportation system.

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