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There is no Irony in The Equal Rights Amendment

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Cathi Herrod, our modern day Phyllis Schlafly, is correct: public policy often sounds better in theory than it plays out in reality. Which is why it’s essential that we pass an Equal Rights Amendment. As Ms. Herrod points out, “who can disagree with equal rights for women? No one.” She lists numerous laws that prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex. But as she points out, laws and policies don’t always “live up to their names.”

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Artistic freedom for all is a right that needs protection

Brush and Nib Studio owners from left are Breanna Koski and Joanna Duka (Facebook)

Fortunately, the Arizona Supreme Court agreed to take their case, which will be argued on January 22. Joanna and Breanna will go there to defend everyone’s freedom to live by their convictions. Society is more diverse, more just, and more free when the First Amendment is zealously protected. We should all hope it is in this case.

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AG lawsuit against regents dismissed

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Attorney General Mark Brnovich has no legal right to challenge the tuition the Arizona Board of Regents sets for the state's three universities -- or even the policies used to come up with those numbers, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Connie Contes decided today.

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