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2019’s best & worst places to raise a family

Posted by   /  July 24, 2019  /  Economy, Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

By John S Keirnan | Wallethub Families move often and for various reasons. In fact, the average American can expect to move an estimated 11.4 times during his or her lifetime. Moving can be a sign of opportunity, such as a new job or long-term wealth accumulation. But also move because of instability such as foreclosure or […]

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LGBT couples told ‘You’re ‘out of wedlock,’ kids aren’t citizens; such action obstructs our core values, says Audra Petrolle, Rose Law Group family law attorney

Posted by   /  May 15, 2019  /  Family Law  /  No Comments

Photo Illustration by Lyne Lucien/The Daily Beast/Photos Getty Children of U.S. citizens are falling victim to a policy that de-recognizes their parents’ marriage—and strips them of their birthright citizenship By Scott Bixby | Daily Beast No parent can ever be fully prepared for the arrival of a new baby. But when Roee and Adiel Kiviti […]

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Who really stands to win from universal basic income?

Posted by   /  July 8, 2018  /  Economy  /  No Comments

  It has enthusiasts on both the left and the right. Maybe that’s the giveaway. By Nathan Heller | The New Yorker In 1795, a group of magistrates gathered in the English village of Speenhamland to try to solve a social crisis brought on by the rising price of grain. The challenge was an increase […]

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“Not one more day:” Local officials call for end to separating families at border

Posted by   /  June 15, 2018  /  Immigration  /  No Comments

  By Pablo Lopez for the Arizona Daily Star Local elected officials from Pima County, Tucson and the Pascua Yaqui Tribe called for an end to the separation of families at the U.S.-Mexico border at a news conference Thursday. “Today we stand together and we plead, not one more day,” Dustin Williams, Pima County superintendent […]

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A tougher tack on parents with drug issues cuts against Arizona’s family-first focus; ‘problematic’ from a legal standpoint, says Kaine Fisher Rose Law Group Partner, Director of Family Law Dept.

Posted by   /  February 13, 2018  /  Family Law  /  No Comments

By Mary Jo Pitzl | The Republic The state could be at a crossroads, or cross-purposes, when it comes to dealing with children in families dealing with drug addiction. Over the past six months, state policies have pivoted to a more compassionate approach toward people with addiction issues. But a proposal at the state Legislature […]

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