March 18, 2021

Legal Beat

Former CEO of Goodyear Charter School Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that Daniel K. Hughes, former CEO of the defunct Bradley Academy of Excellence, was sentenced to four years in prison and ordered to pay restitution for his role in the theft of over $2.6 million from the Arizona Department of Education, the U.S. Dept. of Education, the U.S. Dept. of

Legal Beat

Governor Ducey Signs Legislation To Protect Minors Facing Mental Health Issues

Governor Doug Ducey today signed legislation to protect young Arizonans experiencing suicidal thoughts by allowing a manslaughter charge if an adult provides guidance that a minor uses to take their life. The Governor signed the bill in the presence of Paolla Jordan, whose son committed suicide two years ago, and Representative Jeff Weninger. “Protecting Arizona


Artificial Intelligence in the World Today

Artificial intelligence is set to be the future of humanity and the next step of our evolution. Scientists and analysts believe that with this type of technology, we would be able to become multi-planetary species in the future and continue to conquer the Milky Way. Even though the concept of AI is still in its


Recreational marijuana sales race ahead, but industry equity falls behind

Sales of recreational marijuana are surging at Arizona retailers that, after selling medical marijuana for nearly a decade, now accommodate a crop of new customers the state estimates could push revenue to $1 billion in two years. Dispensaries in the state started recreational sales Jan. 22, after Arizona became one of four states to legalize recreational


Opinion: Do Tax Cuts Cause COVID?

Do tax cuts cause COVID? If not, why does the Democrats’ new $1.9 trillion COVID “relief” package try to stop states from lowering tax rates? Despite the tone coming from the White House and much of the new media, America’s economy is not in shambles. February’s 6.3 percent unemployment rate, for example, is lower than

Scroll to Top