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Re: “"Martha McSally Is Not Answering"

RAR Repeal and replace is right for Americans, making your comment nonsensical.

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Posted by The Glad Reaper on 03/30/2017 at 8:55 AM

Re: “Streets of This Town: Queen-Sized Beauty Rest and Some DNA.

Very Poignant pict.

Dave V

Posted by David Vitagliano on 03/30/2017 at 8:39 AM

Re: “"Martha McSally Is Not Answering"

So who's the golf star in the family?

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Posted by Copywriter on 03/30/2017 at 8:39 AM

Re: “"AZ Schools Now" Town Hall Will Give You a Chance to Be Heard On Public School Funding

The Arizona constitution states the cost of a university education should be nearly free! Ha ha what a joke... All the education dollars go toward deadwood professors and administrators!

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Posted by Kommon Cents on 03/30/2017 at 8:09 AM

Re: “"AZ Schools Now" Town Hall Will Give You a Chance to Be Heard On Public School Funding

Did all 10 of the education groups in Arizona Schools Now! push Proposition 123 for Governor Ducey, or only some of them? Are they now left holding a completely empty bag....as Ducey ignores them, once again, when he doesn't need them? Backroom deal-making was rampant prior to 123: I understood that at one point some consortium of these groups made Ducey an offer: just pay off 25% of the money the state owes to the schools and we will leave you alone, happy with our funding. It was No Go...and on to Prop 123. A) who do these people think they are and B) what did they think they would receive for our schools in response to trading away our kids' future chances for public education?. Not only did they push 123, the 123 monies didn't even make it to the teachers in TUSD (where the members of these groups that I am familiar with either send or sent their kids). So I am left wondering whether Arizona Schools Now is actually meant to benefit students or if, at least locally, they are instead meant to shore up various political players here in Pima County?

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Posted by Betts Putnam-Hidalgo on 03/30/2017 at 7:56 AM

Re: “"AZ Schools Now" Town Hall Will Give You a Chance to Be Heard On Public School Funding

If we could take the money spent educating illegal immigrants and the children of illegal immigrants and all the associated extra cost of ESL, etc. we would have plenty of money to educate our children.
As your average taxpayer why would I ever vote to spend my hard-earned tax money on education when I know half of it goes to pay for educating illegals who have 3, 4 or 5 kids in the system to my 2?

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Posted by bslap on 03/30/2017 at 6:18 AM

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