September 16, 2021


Attorney General Mark Brnovich Joins 24-State Coalition Demanding President Biden Drop Vaccine Mandate

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and 23 other attorneys general sent a letter to President Biden today, warning that further litigation will follow the implementation of his unconstitutional COVID-19 vaccine mandate on federal and private sector employees. The coalition of attorneys general outlined their legal and policy concerns with the mandate, which will be carried out by


Badgers Back On Track With Win Over Mohave 3-0: PHS Sports Roundup

Photo:10 Kari Kasun Volleyball The Badgers returned home to the friendly confines of the Badger Dome, and swept the  visiting Mohave Thunderbirds 3-0. The Badgers took the first two games rather easily, but in the third, the Thunderbirds came out and built a 16-11 lead. Prescott rallied down the stretch to finish the T-birds off,


Governor’s Office Awards $3.4M to Support Arizona AmeriCorps Programs

The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family (GOYFF) has awarded approximately $3.4 million in grant funding to 16 Arizona programs to engage AmeriCorps members in addressing critical community needs. Each year, AmeriCorps members significantly impact communities across Arizona. During the past year, over 26,000 children and youth received much needed educational and social support;


Forceful vaccine messages backfire with holdouts – how can it be done better?

Protesters gather at Indiana University in June 2021 to demonstrate against mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for students, staff and faculty. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images S. Shyam Sundar, Penn State With the FDA approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine and the continued surge of the delta variant, governments across the world have renewed their push to increase

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