The impression news has become more negative over time is real The Guardian Every day the news is filled with stories about war, terrorism, crime, pollution, inequality, drug abuse and oppression. And it’s not just the headlines we’re talking about; it’s the op-eds and long-form stories as well. Magazine covers warn us of coming anarchies, […]Read More →
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via PinalCentral A Libertarian who concedes he was never a supporter in the past is launching a drive to recall John McCain. Vann Gutier said his current gripe with the state’s senior senator is that he has been absent from Washington now for more than a month while […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Feb. 18, 2018: Lawmaker says California’s emissions-reducing program is an “excise” tax that unfairly renders Utah coal uncompetitive, in violation of the U.S. Constitution.
Lawmakers considering spending millions to sue California and fight the ‘war on Utah coal’ Colorado: CU Boulder grapples with plummeting support of higher education among conservatives New Mexico: Bond backers: Rural identity at stake How one Trump tweet could change the course of California‘s 2018 elections Las Vegas: Caesars to check all ‘Occupied’ rooms on […]Read More →
By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star Attorney General Mark Brnovich is getting no help from the Trump administration in his last-ditch bid to deny driver’s licenses to “dreamers.” In fact, the Department of Justice is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to reject his plea. Instead, Noel Francisco, the federal solicitor general, […]Read More →
By Voterama In Congres Here’s how Arizona members of Congress voted on major issues in the week ending Feb. 16. SENATE Bipartisan Immigration Plan: The Senate failed, 54-45, to reach 60 votes needed to approve a bipartisan plan that would provide a path to citizenship to 1.8 million undocumented aliens known as Dreamers and $25 […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for February 17, 2018: Mueller indictments reach into California, Colorado.
California man created fake bank accounts, sold them to Russians, Mueller probe finds Russians indicted by Mueller visited Colorado, talked of targeting state, indictment says Nevada OKs $5.1M legal contract for Yucca Mountain fight New Mexico: Ex-Sen. Griego gets 18 months, $47,000 in fines Utah:Arizona towns, known for a polygamous sect, make another change — […]Read More →
The Arizona Senate Thursday unanimously passed SB 1098, which would create an industrial hemp industry in Arizona. Last year, Senator Sonny Borrelli passed similar legislation, but it did not become law due to lack of appropriated funding. This year’s bill resolves that issue and specifically allocates $500,000 to the Arizona Department of Agriculture and $250,000 […]Read More →
By Keith den Hollander, regional director for the Christian Coalition Arizona Capitol Times (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) America was founded on the principles of liberty and independence. People fled to America for the right to live and worship in freedom. Many lives were lost in that endeavor, and we […]Read More →