"Some reasonable reforms to the defensive medicine that some doctors are practicing to avoid frivolous lawsuits." I love when these idiots (Republicans) throw this kind of crap out there. I guess she's never had a close relative die - as I have - because a doctor did not order a test that would have diagnosed a serious illness. The resulting "frivolous" lawsuit was eventually settled but three children were left without one of their parents. Have a nice day, Martha.
"The Rosemont Copper project is providing the critical mass catalyst necessary to position our community as THE world center for Mining excellence."
A steaming pile of Rosemont propaganda in a Ward 3 "plan of action," well isn't that wonderful? Let me write a bumper sticker for you, Ben: 'Ben Buehler-Garcia: Environment be damned!' How much in campaign contributions did this clown take from Rosemont?
The air must be getting thin up there on the grassy knoll. Cat, Your guy lost despite widespread Republican efforts to suppress poor, minority and student voters - so get over it already. Have a nice day.
So storage bins on the back seat is reason alone to believe that there is "illegal activity" going on? Please. If the BP agent thought there was weed in those bins they could have done a quick once-around with their dog and this video never would have seen the light of day. Instead the agent's ego got in the way of good judgement and in the end he looks foolish.
Sad story, but typical for this state. We spend more on prisons than any other state but nothing else is much of a priority. This is the brand of government the people here have elected.
Funny, I don't see any call for input from constituents in his statement. Listening to voters, what a concept.
Good thing it was for play money, I wonder if the jackass even knows it's a felony for Arizonans to gamble online.
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