housing, DINO, Serviss, Hoffman, Shope, nominee
Sep 14, 2023

GOP members reject housing department nominee due to claims of plagiarism

A Senate panel voted Thursday to reject the governor’s pick to lead the state housing department – largely due to accusations that she is a serial plagiarist. 

heat wave, Phoenix, Justa Center, Southwest
Aug 30, 2023

Scottsdale will no longer house people from ‘The Zone’ with hotel housing program 

The City of Scottsdale is walking back a provision that would have sheltered people residing in a large homeless encampment in Phoenix after a Republican lawmaker’s intervention.  

PACT Act, veterans, asthma, military
Aug 4, 2023

Arizona veterans: apply for your PACT Act benefits before Aug. 9

I never had asthma during my entire life until I volunteered to serve my country. Thanks to President Joe Biden and military veteran leaders in Congress like Rep. Ruben Gallego and Sen. Mark Kelly, I’m now covered because of the PACT Act.

Apple watches, veterans, Phoenix VA, Schweikert, Kaiser
Jul 18, 2023

Schweikert must keep fighting to stop government bureaucracy, red tape from hurting veterans

In January, the International Trade Commission made a decision in a lawsuit against Apple filed by Masimo, a medical technology company, that could result in a ban on Apple Watches, and that’s a major issue for veterans here in Arizona who rely on the watches for quick and affordable access to healthcare.

teachers, Honest Arizona
May 16, 2023

Ciscomani, Schweikert need to help teachers, seniors and all Arizonans

Arizona's members of Congress not only swore an oath, but they also made promises to the people they were elected to represent. We intend to hold them accountable.

Medicaid, health care, Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, seniors
May 2, 2023

Medicaid is lifeline for Arizona’s seniors and veterans

When you think of health care for seniors, you probably think of Medicare, but Medicaid is also vital to providing the care that older Arizonans in our community rely on. It helps cover high medical costs for those who have limited income and resources, as well as those living in nursing homes and relying on long-term care.

affordable housing, rent, Petersen, Senate, Republicans
Mar 13, 2023

Lawmakers should approve Senate bill to provide affordable housing to veterans

It’s time for our state government to take action to serve our veterans and Servicemembers, but just as importantly, for all Arizonans struggling with our state’s housing crisis.

Pearl Harbor, Arizona, U.S. Navy, National Park Service, Pearl Harbor National Memorial, Navy, World War II, The Lou Conter Story, Korean War, Honolulu, POWs, Vietnam
Dec 5, 2022

USS Arizona survivor: Honor those killed at Pearl Harbor

USS Arizona sailor Lou Conter lived through the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor even though his battleship exploded and sank after being pierced by aerial bombs. On Wednesday, the U.S. Navy and the National Park Service will host a remembrance ceremony at Pearl Harbor in honor of those killed.

Jun 28, 2022

Ducey signs budget bills that pay off debt

The Fiscal Year 2023 budget is now law. 

Jun 15, 2022

Disabled vets getting short-changed 

Please introduce legislation now to set compensation at least at the level of the National Average Wage Index for all types of totally and permanently disabled veterans.

Rogers, threat
Jun 7, 2022

Open letter from Arizona vets to Ducey

Publicly condemn Senator Rogers now if you ever want Arizonans to remember you as a conservative governor who stood up for democratic principles.

May 11, 2022

Arizona’s veterans need cancer solutions

Our nation’s veterans have served their country honorably and in return, we need to treat them with the care and respect that they have earned. That is why we at the Reveille Foundation have worked tirelessly to support the veteran community, especially those in underserved communities. We work with community partners to assist individuals with […]