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Hillicon Valley — Government lacks ransomware data

Sen. Gary Peters (D-Mich.) released a report Tuesday that shows the federal government lacks comprehensive data on cryptocurrency-related ransomware attacks. Separately, a group of activists staged a protest at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) summit on Tuesday to draw attention to the company’s work with immigration agencies and law enforcement …

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Offices including that of Secretary of State disputed in Alabama | United States government and politics

By JAY REEVES – Associated Press Campaigns for the United States Senate and governor have garnered the most attention ahead of Tuesday’s primary in Alabama, but five other statewide races are on the ballot. With multiple candidates in some races, some nominations may not be decided until the second round …

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Ginni Thomas’ emails delve deeper into her involvement in the 2020 election | Fremont Tribune – Government and Politics

By MARK SHERMAN and JONATHAN J. COOPER – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Virginia “Ginni” Thomas wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and a conservative political activist, urged Republican lawmakers in Arizona after the 2020 presidential election to choose their own voters list, arguing the results giving Joe Biden …

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Court weighs dispute over online publication of voting records | United States government and politics

By MORGAN LEE – Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) — A conservative-backed foundation that aims to publish online voter registration records across the country urged a federal judge on Tuesday to overrule objections from New Mexico election regulators who say the initiative violates state law and would discourage people from …

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Biden praises Greece for its leadership after the invasion of Russia | Fremont Tribune – Government and Politics

By AAMER MADHANI and ZEKE MILLER – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Monday thanked Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis for his country’s “moral leadership” in the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as the two men spoke Monday at the House Blanche on the current conflict. …

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Tucson veterans face housing crisis, fewer affordable choices | Government and politics

Pima County veterans are finding fewer rental options here, and about 150 were moved out last year because they couldn’t afford where they lived. He’s not a trend veteran that Dennis Hoban wants to join. Hoban, 75, lives at The Place at Wilmot North, a 55-plus compound that includes veterans …

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Easterly Government Properties, Inc. (NYSE:DEA) Expected to Post Quarterly Sales of $75.98 Million

Brokers expect Easterly Government Properties, Inc. (NYSE:DEA – Get a rating) will announce revenue of $75.98 million for the current quarter, Zacks reports. Three analysts have made earnings estimates for Easterly Government Properties. The lowest sales estimate is $75.05 million and the highest is $77.38 million. Easterly’s government properties posted …

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Democrats seek criminal charges against Trump Interior chief | National government and new policies

PA WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats on the House Natural Resources Committee asked the Ministry of Justice t Wednesday to investigate whether a Trump administration interior secretary engaged in possible criminal conduct while he helping an Arizona developer secure a crucial permit for a housing project. The criminal referral says David …

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Arizona high court pushes to disqualify GOP lawmakers | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Supreme Court on Monday rejected an attempt to disqualify three Republican lawmakers from this year’s ballot because of their role in planning or participating in a rally that led to the unprecedented attack against Congress on January 6, 2021. The decision means U.S. Representatives Paul …

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Abbott says the feds should cover the cost of educating undocumented students in Texas public schools

(TEXAS GRANDSTAND) – Govt. Greg Abbott wants the federal government to pay for the public education of undocumented students in Texas schools, arguing that President Joe Biden’s administration’s decision to lift the Title 42 policy later this month will lead to an influx of immigrants across the border which is …

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Players Bet $492 Million in February, Arizona Receives $670,000 in Taxes | Government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizonans bet nearly $492 million on sporting events in February and recouped all but $24 million of that money, a slight drop at the end of professional football except for the Super Bowl on February 13. Tuesday’s report from the Arizona Department of Gaming on the sixth …

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Supreme Court rules against Boston in Christian flag case | Government and politics

By MARK SHERMAN – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Monday that Boston violated a conservative activist’s free speech rights by denying his request to fly a Christian flag from a flagpole outside the hotel. of town. Judge Stephen Breyer wrote for the court that the …

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Allister Adel, former Maricopa County prosecutor, dies at 45 | National government and new policies

PA PHOENIX (AP) — Former Maricopa County District Attorney Allister Adel, who recently resigned amid controversy over his performance in office, died Saturday of unspecified health complications, his family said. She was 45 years old. Adel’s husband, David DeNitto, said in a statement released on behalf of the family that …

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UPDATES: Coronavirus developments in the Tucson area, April 29: What we know | Government and politics

Arizona Daily Star As the spread of the coronavirus continues, here are the latest updates from Southern Arizona. Limitation of emergency powers for future governors awaits Ducey’s signature Arizona coronavirus cases, mapped by county: April 27 People also read… Arizona lawmakers approve religious freedom bill despite discrimination concerns Arizona coronavirus …

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Wisconsin Election Inquiry May or May Not Be Over | Government and politics

By SCOTT BAUER – Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) – One of some reviews of the 2020 elections pushed by Republicans may be coming to an end in Wisconsin — or not. A special investigator The taxpayer-funded contract to review President Joe Biden’s victory in the battleground state is due …

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Public spending is out of control

COURTESY IMAGE purely political, By James Buckley It should be clear by now that the so-called “national debt” – $31.4 trillion at yesterday’s count, but who’s counting? Certainly no one in government – will ever be reimbursed or reduced in any real way. Overspending has been a way of life …

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FAA failure to notify Capitol of parachute stunt led to alert | National government and new policies

By MICHAEL BALSAMO and ZEKE MILLER – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – The Federal Aviation Administration says he is looking into a communications breakdown that led police to believe a plane carrying military paratroopers for a stunt at a baseball stadium was “a likely threat”, prompting an emergency alert and …

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Cash-strapped Arizona lawmakers seek options to resolve budget stalemate | National government and new policies

By BOB CHRISTIE – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona is teeming with cash, but lawmakers have been at an impasse over the state’s budget for the coming year for weeks and are now looking for unusual solutions to try to break the impasse. . Republicans who hold only one …

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Texts Show Utah Senator Lee’s Early Work to Cancel Election | United States government and politics

PA SALT LAKE CITY, AP — Utah Sen. Mike Lee worked on early efforts to overturn the 2020 election results, helping advance legally dodgy plans to keep President Donald Trump in power, before to change course and reverse quickly. His efforts, revealed in text messages obtained by the House panel …

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Nevada Panel Supports Funding to Expand Sisolak Security Team | United States government and politics

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A state panel has approved an agency’s request for funding to expand Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak’s security team. Tuesday’s review board vote forwards the Department of Public Safety’s $373,051 request to the Legislature’s interim finance committee, on Las Vegas Review-Journal reported. The department wants to expand …

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Legislature Set to Add New Teacher Certification Pathways | United States government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona legislature may soon approve changes to the teacher certification process designed to address a shortage of classroom instructors by allowing more people without regular teacher training to lead a class. The Republican-backed proposal has already passed the Senate and received initial approval after vigorous debate …

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Colorado Republicans back election denier for Senate primary | United States government and politics

By NICHOLAS RICCARDI – Associated Press COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Republicans in Colorado voted on Saturday to put on their U.S. Senate primary ballot a state representative who attended the Jan. 6 rally that preceded the attack on the U.S. Capitol and who supports former President Donald Trump’s lies …

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GSA Leads the Way for National Carbon Standards in Building Materials

On March 30, 2022, the General Services Administration (“GSA”) announcement the first-ever national standards for “clean” concrete and asphalt that apply to all new GSA-funded projects using more than 10 cubic yards of concrete or asphalt. Acting pursuant to guidelines set forth in Executive Order 14057, Catalyzing Clean Energy Industries …

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Government rejects Labor calls to ration gas in response to Ukraine invasion

Grant Shapps ruled out petrol rationing in interview with BBC’s Clive Myrie There will be no energy rationing in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the UK government has said. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said he could “completely” rule out limiting the amount of oil and gas people are allowed …

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Arizona Sports Betting Revenue Surpasses $500 Million in January | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizonans haven’t stopped embracing the state’s entry into legalized sports betting, depositing $564 million in January wagers and recouping $522 million, the vast majority from licensed online applications to professional state sports teams and Native American tribes. the gaming department monthly report on the results of the …

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Government Technology Names Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers of 2022

The annual awards program honors visionary technology leaders in the public sector. SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, USA, March 30, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Government Technology The magazine today announced its 2022 Top Doers, Dreamers and Drivers. Now in its 21st year, the 25 winners of this year’s Top 25 are 23 individuals and …

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One World Government released “Heads Held High” music video; Talk about love and spirituality

One World Government, an emerging rock band, has come up with a song, “Heads Held High,” which deals with an undeniably vital subject for rock music fans. (ProNewsReport Editorial): – Gilbert, Arizona March 26, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – One world governmentjust a month ago released one of the spiritually uplifting songs …

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DVIDS – News – Fort Huachuca collaborates with government and non-governmental organizations through the Sentinel Landscapes Partnership

FORT HUACHUCA, Ariz. – Fort Huachuca and the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence hosted U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) personnel; the integration of Ministry of Defense environmental preparedness and protection; National and State Natural Resources Conservation Service; and University of Arizona College of Environment and Life Sciences (UofA), March …

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Russian-Ukrainian war fails to fuel Biden’s rebound: AP-NORC poll | Government and politics

By HANNAH FINGERHUT – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — As President Joe Biden meets with key allies in Brussels to coordinate a stronger response to Russia’s month-long assault on Ukraine, a new poll shows Americans are not standing still. still rallied to his leadership. Concern for Russia has swelled and …

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Covid 19 response: Interview with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on what the government did right and wrong

March 17, 2022 Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says vaccine warrants and passes are unlikely to be used as widely as before and Cabinet will consider traffic light settings next week. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she wishes the government had “brought more people with us” in its response to the …

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Column | Sunshine on Government keeps you informed | Opinion

A new Pennsylvania law protects your right to be told about issues that government officials plan to deliberate or act in public meetings. This means that you are warned that township supervisors may accept a cell tower behind your house. Or that the county might increase your taxes. Or that …

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Arizona bill allowing lethal force for property damage fails | National government and new policies

FILE – In this January 31, 2017 file photo, Arizona State Rep. Michelle Ugenti-Rita sits during a legislative session at the Capitol in Phoenix. A bill sponsored by Ugenti-Rita, put to a vote Monday, March 7, 2022, would allow business owners or their employees to use deadly force to defend …

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Column by Tim Steller: Attacks on Journalists for Political Purposes Grow | Government and politics

My longtime friend and colleague Reyna Ramírez, a Sonoran who covered López Obrador’s press conferences, told me that after interviewing the president in May 2020, “a wave of attacks on social media began . To this day, every time I ask a question, the president’s bots and supporters overwhelm me. …

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Death of Arizona school tax approved by voters after court ruling | National government and new policies

By BOB CHRISTIE – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — A judge ruled Friday that a tax on high-income Arizona residents to fund education spending that voters approved in 2020 cannot be enforced due to a ruling by the state Supreme Court and ordered that its collection be permanently blocked. The …

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House Committee Approves Ban on Transgender Girls Playing Women’s Sports | Government and politics

“Without this bill, we will only see the oppression of our daughters,” she said. Egea said that even at 9 years old, boys are stronger and faster than girls. And at 16, she says, boys are more physical than girls. “If you allow the boys to play against the girls, …

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Biden to ask Congress for $2.6 billion to promote gender equity | Government and politics

By DARLENE SUPERVILLE – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Tuesday he would ask Congress for $2.6 billion for foreign aid programs that promote gender equality worldwidemore than double the size of last year’s demand. Biden announced his intentions on International Women’s Day, which is set aside …

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Federal Government Grants Pasadena Company Exclusive Right to Arizona Energy Zone for Green Hydrogen Production – Pasadena Now

Pasadena-headquartered Heliogen Inc. said the U.S. Bureau of Land Management has granted the company the exclusive right to lease land in the Brenda Solar Energy Zone (SEZ) in the county. of La Paz, Arizona. The company said it intends to develop a green hydrogen facility at the site – located …

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REI store in New York becomes the first to unionize | National government and new policies

NEW YORK (AP) — Workers at a New York outpost of outdoor clothing and gear retailer REI have voted overwhelmingly to join a union — the first REI store to do so — amid the efforts of workers in other big companies to do the same. The National Labor Relations …

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HEALTH CARE BRIEFING: Biden talks Covid, abortion in big speech

President Joe Biden has promised to turn the page on the coronavirus pandemic in a State of the Union address meant to reassure a nation on edge. In an unexpected move that could cause unease among some Americans still wary of the virus, Biden urged people who have been working …

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Exchange: ADOT Explains Why Highway Cameras Sometimes Turn Off | United States government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) – Traffic cameras across Arizona monitor you every day as you commute, capturing crashes and backups on state highways, but the Arizona Department of Transportation decides if you can see these camera feeds or if they turn black. “It’s basically common sense,” said A POINT spokesperson Doug Nick. …

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Senators will follow the course of the fight in the Supreme Court | Government and politics

By MARY CLARE JALONICK – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden and Senate Democrats say they are hoping for a bipartisan vote to confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. It won’t be easy, but some Republicans have expressed openness to voting for Biden’s nominee, who currently …

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Arizona seeks to resume executions after 7-year hiatus | Fremont Tribune – Government and Politics

PA PHOENIX (AP) — Prosecutors on Thursday asked the Arizona Supreme Court to issue a warrant of execution for a convicted murderer who, if executed, would be the first use of the death penalty by the state. State in seven years. Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s office filed the request for …

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Global government officials and technical experts virtually discuss vaccine development, equity and more

House ” News ” Global government officials and technical experts virtually discuss vaccine development, equity and more © Shutterstock Last week, a virtual event organized by the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research attracted …

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Provo is home to local, state and national government

(DOUG JESSOP – JESSOP’S JOURNEYS) In this Jessop’s Journeys I had the opportunity to visit with Michelle Kaufusi, Mayor of Provo. It’s a bit obvious that we were going to talk about government. The place of our visit was the top of the new town hall. There was an almost …

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US Government Donates Leftover Border Wall Materials to Texas | Arizona News

By DANYELLE KHMARA, Arizona Daily Star TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The federal government has donated at least $6 million in leftover border wall materials to Texas, which will use them for the state’s plan to build its own wall. Materials purchased with federal tax money were donated to this effort …

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Oath Keepers leader to remain in jail until Capitol riot trial | National government and new policies

FILE – This photo, provided by the Collin County Sheriff’s Office, shows Stewart Rhodes. A federal judge on Friday, Feb. 18, 2022, refused to release Oath Keepers founder Rhodes from jail pending trial for conspiring with other members of his far-right militia to attack the U.S. Capitol to prevent Congress …

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How are government mandates good for business?

It’s not business as usual at the Arizona State Capitol. Several bills have been introduced this session that fit a common theme: more government intrusion into the workplaces of private employers; new regulations undermining the ability of job creators to define their own policies; and the threat of costly litigation, …

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Bureau of Reclamation chief says drought is forcing government to operate ‘in a completely different regime’

“When [the system] was built 100 years ago, you can look out the window if you’re in Colorado and see snow, and know that’s your reservoir for spring,” Bureau of Reclamation commissioner Camille Touton said. , to CNN in an exclusive interview. “It’s not like that anymore. What you see …

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Senate GOP package pushes to provide program for parents | National government and new policies

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Senate Republicans on Monday introduced a “Parents Bill of Rights” legislative package, which they say would give parents more access to the program in their children’s schools, reflecting a nationwide GOP push for program transparency. The package consists of bills that would require schools …

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Nogales sewer pipe to receive life-saving repair | Government and politics

A cement lined manhole leading to the sewage sewer line marks the spot where the sewage pipe was sheared below the surface and leaked into Portrero Creek north of Nogales, Arizona, on August 1, 2017. Pipes running horizontally along the shore are part of a diversion system built to divert …

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Seven states challenge Biden’s $15 minimum wage policy for contractors

Seven states sued the Biden administration last week over its new requirement that contractors pay their employees a minimum wage of $15 an hour. President Biden announced the initiative shortly after taking office in January 2021, then followed with an executive order in April, which started the rulemaking process. The …

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Critics slam candidate ad showing shootout with Democrats | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) — A Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in Arizona came under fire Thursday for an Old West-style ad showing him pulling guns from President Joe Biden, Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly and the President of the Nancy Pelosi room. Critics said the ad by businessman Jim Lamon was …

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Nature: Researchers frustrated by resignation of Biden’s science adviser amid scandal

Researchers frustrated as Biden science adviser resigns amid scandal This article features Government Accountability Project whistleblower client Rachel Wallace and was originally published here. The American scientific community is in shock after the resignation last night of President Joe Biden’s top scientific adviser, Eric Lander. Revealed by media reports Politicsa …

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Arizona AG says governor can send armed troops to border | United States government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) — The Republican attorney general of Arizona, locked in a tough U.S. Senate primary where border security is a top GOP issue, said Monday the governor could use National Guard troops and state law enforcement to forcibly return migrants across the border to Mexico. regardless of federal immigration …

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Arizona lawmakers decide to partially restore jury challenges | United States government and politics

By PAUL DAVENPORT – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona lawmakers are advancing a proposal to partially reverse the state Supreme Court’s groundbreaking elimination of the longstanding practice of allowing attorneys to dismiss potential jurors without explanation. Proponents of eliminating so-called peremptory challenges say it would help prevent discrimination in …

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Maricopa County Judge Rosa Mroz Dies in Accident | United States government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) — Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Rosa Mroz died Saturday after being seriously injured when she was hit by a car three days earlier, the court said in a statement. Mroz, whose age was not immediately available, died from injuries sustained in the crash, which is still being …

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Arizona House votes to ban critical race theory in schools | United States government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) — The Republican-controlled House of Representatives in Arizona voted Thursday to place limits on teaching about race and gender in schools, part of the GOP’s nationwide campaign to block the teaching about diversity which they called “critical race theory”. The move is the latest front in the ever-evolving …

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LaDonna Page appointed to Kelso City Council | Government and politics

Kelso City Council nominated LaDonna Page, an ambitious political novice, to a vacant council seat Tuesday night. Council voted 4-2 to select Page to fill the vacant seat formerly held by Mayor Nancy Malone at the regular council meeting. Keenan Harvey and Lisa Alexander were the two board members who …

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Scottsdale woman pleads guilty to voting for her late mother’s ballot | United States government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) — A Scottsdale woman who was charged with illegal voting for voting by mail from her late mother in the November 2020 election is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty. Tracey Kay McKee pleaded to a reduced felony charge of attempted illegal voting in Maricopa County Superior Court on …

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Arizona Bill: Employers Face Hefty Fines for Forced Vaccination Accidents | Government and politics

Arizona Chamber of Commerce lobbyist Courtney Coolidge said it was understood that anyone who got sick from a vaccine could only collect through the workers’ compensation system. State. This provides for the payment of medical bills for any work-related injury or illness, plus a percentage of lost wages. “This bill …

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More divided? Open court could bring Democrats closer | Government and politics

This streak bodes well for the future 50-50 Senate candidate, where Vice President Kamala Harris would sever all ties. If Democrats are able to stick together, Republicans wouldn’t have the power to prevent Biden’s pick from being confirmed. Supreme Court candidates can no longer filibuster, thanks to a rule change …

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Once rare, party censorship rises amid polarized politics | Government and politics

Senator Kyrsten Sinema, D-Arizona. Senate Television By Alexia Stanbridge Cronkite News Former President Ronald Reagan’s 11th commandment — “thou shalt not speak ill of a fellow Republican” — is being increasingly broken these days, by Republicans and Democrats alike. The most recent example was the Arizona Democratic Party’s censure last …

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Arizona Utility Regulators Reject Clean Energy Rules Again | National government and new policies

The state’s largest utility, Arizona Public Service, said it would stick to its vow to have 100% clean energy by 2050 despite defeating the rules package. “We recognize that clean, reliable and affordable energy is essential to Arizona’s future,” the company said in a statement. The utility will not have …

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Alabama to appeal after court blockades map: ballots and limits

A state that is 26% black should have more than one congressional district with a significant black population, federal judges have said as they hit the pause button and move a candidate qualification deadline. “Any turnaround plan will need to include two constituencies in which black voters either constitute a …

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Last straw: Tired Arizona Democrats censure Senator Sinema | United States government and politics

By JONATHAN J. COOPER – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema is increasingly isolated from some of her party’s most influential officials and donors after she played a key role in sabotaging voting rights legislation that many consider essential to the preservation of democracy. Arizona Democratic Party …

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Northern AZ politicians featured at Trump rally | Government

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Voting bill collapses, Democrats unable to change filibuster | National government and new policies

Several members of the Congressional Black Caucus walked through the Capitol building to watch the proceedings. “We want this Senate to act favorably today. But if it’s not, we won’t give up,” said Rep. James Clyburn, DS.C., the highest-ranking black member of Congress. Manchin opened the door to a more …

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Navajo Nation: All government employees must have a booster shot | Arizona News

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez has signed an executive order requiring all government employees on the tribe’s vast reservation to be vaccinated. Nez also said tribal health officials changed the definition of “fully vaccinated” to two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine plus a booster. The …

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Arizona Treasurer Yee drops out of GOP race for governor | United States government and politics

PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) — State Treasurer Kimberly Yee announced on Saturday that she is dropping out of Arizona’s crowded race for the Republican gubernatorial nomination and will instead run for re-election in his current position. Yee announced her decision in a statement that didn’t explain her reasoning except to say …

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Hospital and Local Government Representatives to Meet to Discuss Staffing Issues | Kingman Miner Daily

KINGMAN — As covid cases rise again in Mohave County — exacerbating an already existing staffing shortage problem at local hospitals — community leaders are meeting to discuss possible solutions to the shortages. The Mohave County Health Department released its latest COVID-19 report Thursday, January 13, announcing that 1,290 confirmed …

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Arizona lawmakers urge Ducey to use border war power | National government and new policies

Republican governors have deployed thousands of National Guard personnel to patrol the border, including about 150 from Arizona who work in support roles but do not apprehend immigrants. Lawmakers and former Trump officials want them empowered to do much more. The US Border Patrol reported more than 1.6 million encounters …

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Romans 13 is not a blank check for government excesses

Through Daniel Vaïda, editorial contributor | Tuesday, January 11, 2022 People walk through Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix where new COVID-19 cases are on the decline, but health experts warn cases could increase with the introduction of the omicron strain on December 18, 2021 in Phoenix , Arizona. According …

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Judge’s ruling will force legislature to review several canceled COVID restrictions | Government and politics

Last year, Republicans finally achieved the long-held goal of creating what amounts to a flat income tax, replacing multiple tax brackets with a single 2.5% tax rate. But it sparked a referendum campaign from those worried about the annual cost of $ 1.5 billion in a state that traditionally ranks …

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Arizona’s Ducey to Focus on Education, Water and the Border in 2022 | National government and new policies

“I would come back to the objective I set for myself around a fiscal policy that makes our State more competitive and attractive,” said Ducey. “These are ideas that I am open-minded to.” Arizona’s revenue between July and November rose $ 440 million from a year ago and far more …

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Walmart and Flipkart Announce MoU with Government of Uttar Pradesh to Train and Support Local MSMEs | AFN News

Previous story: Express Interview with PT Usha: 7 Facts We Bet You Didn’t Know About The “Speed ​​Queen” Walmart and Flipkart Announce MoU with Government of Uttar Pradesh to Train and Support Local MSMEs Posted on January 7, 2022 Since the start of the pandemic, Livinguard, the Swiss-based international leader …

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Election officials deny allegations during scrutiny of Arizona poll | US government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) – Arizona election officials plan on Wednesday to present a point-by-point rebuttal of a partisan review of the 2020 election that former President Donald Trump and many of his supporters have used to promote the myth according to which Trump lost to fraud. Election administrators and predominantly Republican …

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Anti-government plots could cause problems with Western drought

For more than a century, a system of government and legal agreements has largely resolved water disputes among residents of the country’s most arid region. Conflict resolution methods were at work in December when the water bosses of California, Nevada and Arizona agreed to reduce their use of Colorado River …

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Quebec government wants NHL team to come to capital, but fans are skeptical

Quebec Nordiques fans wait outside the Videotron Center before a QMJHL game on September 12, 2015 in Quebec City.Jacques Boissinot / The Canadian Press Quebec politicians meet with leaders of the National Hockey League in January, but it’s unclear what influence the government may have on the league or if …

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Republican lawmakers consider tax cuts to avoid referendum | US government and politics

By BOB CHRISTIE – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) – Republican Arizona lawmakers who passed an income tax cut of nearly $ 2 billion in the last session are seeking to repeal it and replace it with a new version , a decision that would end an electoral referendum that ended …

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