December 9, 2020

Opinion

Opinion: Medicaid Expansion is Driving Hospital Capacity to the Brink

As I scrolled through Twitter Monday morning, a news headline caught my attention: “Southern Colorado Hospitals Reach ICU Bed Capacity As COVID Hospitalizations Continue To Rise.” Indeed, from New York to New Mexico, the ability of hospitals to house additional COVID-19 patients across the country is a major concern. Unfortunately, this is less a feature of the COVID-19

Local

12-7-2020 Wildland Fire Ponderosa Park

On December 7, 2020, at 6:50 PM, Prescott Regional Communication Center received a 911 call reporting a tree on fire about 10 feet from a garage in Ponderosa Park just outside of Prescott. The incident was upgraded to a structure fire response due to the close proximity of structures. Upon arrival crews found a ½

State

An Open Letter to Arizona

[Editor’s note: This is a press release from Congressman Paul Gosar.] As I write this, I am in our nation’s Capital attending to legislative business, but I remain focused on what is happening in our country regarding our election. In 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump fell victim to a heinous crime that had never before been

Legal Beat

What to know about open carry gun laws in Arizona

Arizona has some of the least restrictive gun laws in the U.S., one of three countries that consider gun ownership a constitutional right. Consider this data: Americans own more than 390 million guns – with 120.5 civilian firearms per 100 people, according to a study by the World Population Review. In February, Arizona ranked seventh

Taxes

Get Ready for Taxes: What’s new and what to consider when filing in 2021

The Internal Revenue Service today encouraged taxpayers to take necessary actions in the final weeks of the year to help file federal tax returns timely and accurately in 2021. This is the third in a series of reminders to help taxpayers get ready for the upcoming tax filing season. A special page, updated and available

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