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Erasing LGBTQ from the alphabet (access required)

According to the American Civil Liberties Union, there are more than one hundred anti-LGBTQ+ bills moving through legislatures across the country. Arizona is no exception. Numbering among the introduced bills are anti-transgender exclusions, school curriculum restrictions, and religious exemptions for ...

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Religion has everything to do with abortion

Four anti-abortion bills have been introduced into the state legislature including a Texas copycat bill (HR2001, HR2483, SB1044, SB1164). The issue is not whether a state has the constitutional authority to protect “unborn life” but whether women, who have been ...

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Covid battles rankle legislators (access required)

The House chambers have felt a little emptier this year.  A noticeable number of members have been absent forcing leadership at times to appoint new members to committees to replace absentee.   On January 18, for example, 10 House members and ...

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Cyber Ninjas CEO hit with arrest warning (access required)

Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan must let American Oversight attorneys depose him on January 27 or face additional sanctions and a possible civil arrest warrant, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Michael Kemp ordered this week.  The order follows Logan skirting ...

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