Arizona government

Questions Remain About GOP Election ‘Investigation’ | National government and new policies

Lahr described his experience as having conducted investigations and audits, developed “crucial information and intelligence” from “extensive, complicated and sensitive investigative research and multidisciplinary analysis”, both in the military. and as a subcontractor of the Ministry of Defense. When asked for details, he said most of them were confidential and …

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Phoenix Police and Fire Fighters Join Vaccine Rule Lawsuit | Government and Politics

By JONATHAN J. COOPER and BOB CHRISTIE Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) – Unions representing Phoenix police and firefighters have joined a lawsuit filed by the Arizona attorney general to strike down federal vaccine rules affecting millions of workers. Unions joined the case last week after the Phoenix city manager said …

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Dreaming of a better government

POLITICAL PURITY, JAMES BUCKLEY COURTESY PHOTOSColumnist James Buckley dreams of a world he would love, in which Senator Joe Manchin, DW. Va., Becomes Republican and Florida Governor Rick Ron DeSantis is elected President of the United States. I have a dream. I dream that the Democratic “Build Back Broke” plan …

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Benson Man Chosen As Arizona House Replacement | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) – The Cochise County Supervisory Board has chosen a replacement for a Republican lawmaker who resigned last month. On Friday, the board chose Republican Lupe Diaz to replace Rep. Becky Nutt from three candidates they interviewed for the job. Diaz was born and raised in Bisbee and is …

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Biden administration takes action to restore drinking water guarantees | Government and Politics

By SUMAN NAISHADHAM and MATTHEW DALY Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – The Biden administration took action Thursday to restore federal protections for hundreds of thousands of small streams, wetlands and other waterways, overturning a Trump-era rule that was seen as the one of the environmental setbacks characteristic of this administration. …

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Saving Time: A Whole-of-Government Approach to Postponing an Invasion of Taiwan

By LCDR Obvious, USN To thwart a Chinese invasion of Taiwan, the US must slow down its demand The Taiwan Relations Act (hereinafter “TRA”; Pub.L. 96-8, 93 Stat. 14, promulgated April 10, 1979; HR 2479) requires the People’s Republic of China to submit a request to the Congress of United …

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Cuban dissident with rose sends powerful message amid government crackdown | National / World

The Cuban government unwittingly created a powerful symbol of its fear of a growing opposition movement led by young Cubans, after state security agents and government supporters prevented playwright Yunior García from leaving. from her apartment for a solo Sunday stroll with a white rose. Instead, García was forced to …

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US allocates $ 54 million for forest restoration work in Arizona | US government and politics

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) – The head of the US Forest Service said the agency is allocating $ 54 million for forest restoration work in northern Arizona following the recent cancellation of a contract for a larger multi-year project in the region. Forest Service Chief Randy Moore announced the funding decision …

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The proposed maps would tint Nevada’s swing neighborhoods blue | National government and new policies

CARSON CITY, Nevada (AP) – A new congressional district map presented to Nevada on Tuesday proposes changes that could make the state’s two battlefield districts more democratic for the next decade. The map – which legislative leaders have said they intend to present in a special session that has yet …

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Canadians Head to Arizona as Federal Government Welcomes International Travelers Again

Canadians Head to Arizona as Federal Government Welcomes International Travelers Again After 20 months, the United States welcomes foreign visitors again, if they have been vaccinated. With border restrictions gone, Canadians headed back to Phoenix. Reports from Linda Williams of FOX 10. PHOENIX – After 20 months, the United States …

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