July 14, 2021

Sports betting

Sports Betting Tips in 2021 – How to Make More Successful Bets

Since the overturn of PASPA (the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992) over three years ago, sports gambling has enjoyed a growing level of acceptance among people who would ordinarily not have access to the pastime. Although PASPA did not completely vanquish sports gambling from America–since it was always available in places like

Events

Rep. Judy Burges to Speak Today at the Citizens Tax Committee

The Citizens Tax Committee (CTC) is honored to announce that  State Representative for LD1, the Honorable Judy Burges,  will speak at their monthly meeting, today, July 14th, at 1 pm,  in the back conference room of the Yavapai Title Agency,  1235  E. Gurley Street, Prescott, Arizona. The Citizens Tax Committee meets on the second Wednesday of each

Prescott National Forest

Bald Eagle and Peregrine Closures are lifted at Lynx Lake and Granite Mountain

The Prescott National Forest lifted the closure restrictions and opened the John’s Tank Trail on the east side of Lynx Lake on Friday July 9, 2021.  The trail has been closed to public entry since December to provide protection to nesting bald eagles.  The closure was effective as the bald eagle pair successfully raised two

Border crisis

Governor Ducey Urges Homeland Security, CDC To Maintain Restrictions At The Border

Governor Doug Ducey today expressed serious concerns regarding reports that the Biden Administration could soon lift Title 42 border restrictions. “I urge you to keep these restrictions in place. Lifting them will threaten the health and safety of not only Arizonans, but all Americans, and our already broken border will explode, overwhelming border patrol, law

Executions

Arizona executions put on hold over state snafu with drugs to be used

The state’s plan to execute two death-row inmates as early as this fall were derailed Monday when the Arizona Supreme Court ordered the state to first determine the viability of its execution drugs before pressing ahead. The order came after the state acknowledged that the pentobarbital it planned to use in the executions would only be

Taxes

IRS readies nearly 4 million refunds for unemployment compensation overpayments

The Internal Revenue Service announced today it will issue another round of refunds this week to nearly 4 million taxpayers who overpaid their taxes on unemployment compensation received last year. The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, which became law in March, excluded up to $10,200 in 2020 unemployment compensation from taxable income calculations. The

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