Friday, January 23, 2015

Sneak Peek: "Zona Politics" Talks Civics Bill, State Budget, Downtown Homeless DreamPods

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On this week's Zona Politics with Jim Nintzel: Attorney Jeff Rogers and Civics Education Initiative Executive Director Sam Stone talk about the new test requiring high-school students to pass a civics test to graduate from high-school; Gov. Doug Ducey's proposed cuts to K-12 education, universities, health-care programs and more; the need to reform sentencing laws; the "Dream Pods" that homeless advocates are using in a downtown park; and more. Watch it online here or tune in Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. on KGUN-9 to see the broadcast show.

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