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Policymakers haven’t gotten the message

There is no left or right energy. It is all just energy. Cheap is better than expensive, in-state is better than out, abundant is better than scarce, and clean is better than dirty.  For Arizonans, solar paired with storage checks all of those boxes. Anyone who tells you otherwise is just making stuff up.  

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Reject left’s racial quotas with HCR2001

There is no doubt that Arizona students will benefit if state lawmakers stop public schools from teaching kids to treat each other differently based upon race. But ultimately, actions speak louder than words, and our public educational institutions must lead by example and never reduce our teachers, students, or staff to merely the color of their skin. HCR2001 will ensure they never do.  

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Fix inflation, don’t pass big spending bills

 As an Arizona business owner, I have a responsibility to my employees and to our customers to step up and say something. Even as the White House mistakenly continues to push the same tax and spend agenda, it is my hope that our Senators Krysten Sinema and Mark Kelly reject these massive new spending proposals and listen to their constituents instead.

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Mental health key to successful re-entry

I am optimistic that we can work together with community partners to raise the standard of mental health care and better support inmates when they are discharged. I also believe we can break the cycle of recidivism and stop treating mental illness as a crime.

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Our Passover story and theirs: From Egypt to Arizona

When I am at my Passover Seder this year, I will be proud to be American and to live in the state of Arizona, and I will be proud that we celebrate not only our unity but our diversity. We should welcome refugees of all races and religions. This is what makes America a project with fighting for when viewed in light of the Passover story.  

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