In all the debates about Mexican Gray Wolves, there’s one opinion that rarely gets considered. God’s opinion – the most honorable opinion of all.
Over 40,000 children visited the once top rated Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum in Phoenix every year. Most were brought by teachers or Scout leaders to participate in structured earth science education programs. School buses arrived almost daily, and came from as far away as Yuma.
Letter to the Editor: Doctors offer further suggestions to prevent prescription drug abuse
Letter to the Editor: Poor People’s Campaign is still with us
Letter to the Editor: Solar industry’s growth is worth recognizing
At 23 years old, only 18 months out of college, and with hefty pile of student debt, you could say I’m living the typical “Millennial” experience. My work is important part of my life, as are my family and social circle. However, recently a new topic has started to brew toward the forefront of many of my thoughts and decisions – retirement security.
We Build Arizona is composed of Arizonans like you – people who want to make a difference and are committed to building our great state. Our primary goal is simple: To protect and grow state and local infrastructure funding.
This summer marks Head Start’s 50th anniversary. As a proud Head Start graduate and an educator, I can speak first hand to the life-changing difference a quality early childhood education makes in a young life.
According to 2007 and 2013 Gallup polls, lobbying is the most despised profession. Lobbyists are ranked below lawyers, used car salesmen, and even politicians.
Many people are concerned about the lack of support for education, child support, etc. in the Legislature’s recently approved budget. But, it is inevitable when the mantra of “No New Taxes” is our highest priority, as supported for years by the majority of those who voted!
Today's (April 13) story, "Winners and Losers," regarding those who gained from legislative action at this year's recently completed session and those who “lost” was telling.
I often miss my time in the Maricopa County Treasurers Office, and last week was one of those times. Arizona’s newspaper of record published a story about legislation affecting a portion of Arizona property tax lien system.