October 22, 2021

Water

Governor Ducey Invests $30 Million To Protect Lake Mead, Colorado River Users

Investment Comes After Months Of Stakeholder Engagement, Strategic Planning Governor Doug Ducey today announced the investment of $30 million to help keep the Lake Mead reservoir from descending to critical levels, a major step forward in the long-running effort to protect the Colorado River system, a vital source of water for Arizona’s communities, tribes and

Financial

Fed’s Financial Snooping Violates Fourth Amendment

The Biden Administration recently announced its latest plan to expand its reach into the lives of Americans by creating an economic police state and forcing every consumer bank in the country to extend the long arm of federal law enforcement into every family’s bank account in America. This ill-conceived, unconstitutional, socialist proposal would require banks

Opinion

Opinion: States Are Leading the Way and Putting an End to Prison Gerrymandering

The 2020 Census demonstrated what most have long known – we are a nation that is growing increasingly diverse. But for too long, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian American/Pacific Islander, and other communities of color driving our growth have been sidelined in our democracy. While it’s more common to hear about voter suppression laws and gerrymandered

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

9 Outdoor Plants That Thrive Indoors

It’s a shame to lose your tender annual plants each winter. Many are actually warm weather perennials that grow all year if brought indoors. Shade tolerant plants make excellent houseplants since homes have less light. Other conditions to consider are cooler temperatures and indoor humidity. Tropical plants brought in as houseplants may need extra attention.

U.S. Domestic spending plan

Sinema, O’Halleran part of White House talks on Build Back Better plan

Two Arizona lawmakers were among the House and Senate moderates who met with President Joe Biden this week, as negotiations on the administration’s Build Back Better plan heated up. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., talked with Biden Tuesday and Rep. Tom O’Halleran, D-Sedona, was part of handful of lawmakers who were at the White House to

Scroll to Top