March 25, 2022

Civics

Governor Ducey Signs Landmark Legislation from Reps. Burges and Nguyen

Governor Doug Ducey signed legislation that ensures Arizona students demonstrate greater competency in civics before graduating high school, further bolstering Arizona’s position as a national leader in civics education. “We have a real responsibility to equip the leaders of tomorrow with knowledge of our nation’s founding principles,” Governor Ducey said. “Those timeless principles have inspired

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

10 Easy-to-Grow Plants Anyone Can Grow – Ken Lain

Mountain landscapes offer diverse four seasons of tremendous plants. Because of the cool summers, you have far more choices the desert dwellers only dream of. It can be overwhelming with where to start. Start with this list of easy-to-grow plants for local landscapes. We chose two for each type of plant as a starting point.

Transportation

Canada-US Rail Mega-Merger Raises Fears of ‘NAFTA Super Railway’

Call it the “NAFTA Super Railway.” Canadian Pacific (CP)’s acquisition of Kansas City Southern (KCS), combining two class I railroads, would create a mega rail link from the tar sands of western Canada to Vera Cruz on Mexico’s Gulf Coast. The $30 billion plan needs the final approval of the Biden administration’s Surface Transportation Board (STB),

Immigration

Judge blocks DHS rule that would have limited deportation requirements – Cronkite News

A federal court this week blocked a Biden administration regulation that would have given border officials more flexibility on deportations to let officers focus limited resources on deporting those who pose the greatest threat. Arizona was one of three states that challenged the policy, which Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich derided as “catastrophic lawlessness” in

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