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Projects to restore public lands, national parks can begin

The Colorado River flows through the Grand Canyon. A federal study found that fish in the Grand Canyon and 20 other national parks in the West have trace amounts of mercury. (U.S. Geological Survey Photo)

This bipartisan, bicameral legislative victory did not come easily. It took decades of grassroots work and the tireless support of conservation champions in Congress to see permanent funding of the LWCF - a conservation program paid for by royalties from offshore oil and gas drilling in federal waters that typically receives less than half of its allotment.

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French smart, compassionate, deserves a look

Dear Editor, I’ve read in this paper that Republicans in Legislative District 6 are distraught over the primary victory of Wendy Rogers, their party’s candidate for State Senate. They say they’ll have trouble supporting her and question her integrity. Can ...

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Black lives do matter

Dear Editor: When are Governor Ducey and local papers going to forcefully state Black Lives Matter? It seems like any strong support or comments that would benefit the Black community are not front page news.  Why, because a majority of ...

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International Affairs Budget imperative for helping world’s poor (access required)

The current administration has proposed a 22 percent cut to the U.S.' development and diplomacy cuts for FY2021. I strongly want our congressional leaders including, our Governor, Doug Ducey, our Senators Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema and our district representatives to protect the budget to further global poverty reduction efforts, boost U.S. job creation and advance our national security interests.

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Don’t dismantle tech companies

Dear Editor: With trillions of dollars being spent on buoying American small businesses, its workers, and the country’s coronavirus efforts, it is more important than ever that we prioritize how we spend our taxpayer dollars. As a lifelong conservative, I ...

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