My concern about approving this new law is that there are pages of "legalese" I don't understand, especially about the opponents to this change in law. The proposed law seems to involve creating two new agencies in state government. Is this an opportunity to add an additional layer of law enforcement that Ducey could turn into his much wanted "Border Police?"
Ok, I'm an old Nilsson fan, unashamedly showing my age & preference for lovely (lyrically & melodically) tunes. Can anyone forget "A Little Touch of Schmillson In The Night?" I can't, and thank you for the reminder.
Why is this the last media watch, or maybe I should say radio only watch, column? This used to be a good column.......& maybe that's why it's the last.
Does anyone remember the dolls who had a string in the back that you could pull? The Donald reminds me of them. Whenever anyone asks him a question, the string gets pulled and out comes "crooked Hillary" whether it's relevant to the question or not. He's going for the repetitive big lie, hoping it'll work....no such luck Donald!
This lady seems to be having a meltdown. Her behavior makes no sense.
Mighty Matilda, I was educated in AZ schools starting in the late 1950's. That education continued through high school & then through a BSN program at the U of A. It was considered a very good education then, and I still consider that to be true! My "Arizona education" allowed me to: 1) become an RN; 2) serve in the US Army to pay back my last year of the Army supporting my BSN program; 3) work at the local VA hospital in many different roles for 25 years; 4) become an Adult NP through a collaborative agreement between the U of A & our local VA; 5) resume my career in the Army as an USAR Army nurse; 6) serve in multiple areas around the world as an Army Nurse Corps Officer, to include two years at LRMC (Landstuhl Regional Medical Center) during two of the hottest periods of wounded/injured US Service Members during the wars of OEF/OIF. I would also say that many men & women, just like me, have been able to serve their communities and their country, because of the excellent educations they have received in our AZ public school systems. Today, because of huge, chronic cuts to public education over the last decade +, my experience is no longer true, and THAT IS THE TRAGEDY! We do NOT have to remain in the very most bottom of the barrel that we're in now. Please think about this and the words of others who are concerned about the status of our public schools.
NO, not only no, but absolutely not! Stealing from tomorrow's children for the magic words of "no new taxes" when in reality the state has stolen education monies and refuses to give them back, no matter what the courts say!
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