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Re: “Arizona Transgender Man, ACLU Sue Country's Fifth Largest Health Care System for Discrimination

Elective surgery. Pay for it yourself.

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Posted by Just Another Az PC on 06/07/2016 at 5:18 AM

Re: “Come Mid-June, Pima County Will Fine You for Texting and Driving

SonaranWinds: Why should we think Pima County will be better than Tucson? Because PC banned using electronic devices while operating a motor vehicle.

The medias reporting is mostly inaccurate on the new ordinance. It is NOT a texting while driving ban but an ordinance banning using any electronic device while driving, such as, GPS, MP3, camera, etc.

You may receive calls and talk on the phone while driving but you may not dial.

These ordinances are mostly 'feel-good' to placate the supervisors electorate because there is a lot of difficulty on the enforcement side.

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Posted by Just Another Az PC on 05/23/2016 at 5:39 AM

Re: “Congressional Candidate Victoria Steele Has a New Campaign Team

Steele might be worth a look if she weren't so rabidly anti-gun owner.

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Posted by Just Another Az PC on 04/20/2016 at 8:31 AM

Re: “McCain Says He's Ready To Block an Obama Appointee to Supreme Court

Here is a solution to the vacancy on the SCOTUS created by the death of Justice Scalia (may he rest in peace).

They can do what the Congress did in 1866 to prevent the nomination of Henry Stanberry to the tenth seat on the Court, thus preventing President Andrew Johnson from appointing a justice during the remainder of his term.

The Congress passed the Reorganization of the Judicial Circuits: "An Act to fix the Number of Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States, and to change certain Judicial Circuits." 14 Stat. 209 on July 23, 1866.

Congress should pass a similar Act, reducing the size of the SCOTUS to seven Justices. By doing so, the next Justice to retire, or die will level out the Court and who is our next President will not matter.

http://www.fjc.gov/history/home.nsf/page/l…

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Posted by Just Another Az PC on 02/16/2016 at 5:49 AM

Re: “McCain Says He's Ready To Block an Obama Appointee to Supreme Court

“Members of the U.S. Senate have an obligation to uphold the Constitution and fulfill their duties, including voting on Supreme Court nominees—regardless of party affiliation,” Kirkpatrick told the press via a prepared statement.“

This is such bull crap! There isn't a single member of the Senate who votes IAW the Constitution - Not even half the time.

Funny how pols pick and choose when to follow the Constitution: When it is convenient for them to do so.

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Posted by Just Another Az PC on 02/16/2016 at 5:46 AM

Re: “If You Want To Vote in AZ's Prez Primary, Get Registered With a Political Party Soon

Jim, It is not a 'primary.' It is a Presidential Preference Election. By using the term 'primary,' you confuse those who think Independents and such can vote.

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Posted by Just Another Az PC on 01/14/2016 at 7:57 AM

Re: “The Deadbeat Dads Ducey Didn't Talk About in the State of the State Address

So 'deadbeat parents' are not a problem? Pima County Attorney LaWall thought so, so much so that she took over the payment system.

My granddaughters (not by birth) birth-father made two payments, both because he wanted out of jail. Remember that plan? She will be 17 soon and no attempt has been made to make him pay up.

Thanks LaWall.

Maybe Ducey's plan will not work, but then again, maybe it will help. This is not the first time government has used an embarrassment strategy.

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Posted by Just Another Az PC on 01/13/2016 at 8:48 AM

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