May 21, 2022

Non-profits

The Coalition for Compassion and Justice has a New Executive Director

The Board of Directors of the Coalition of Compassion and Justice (CCJ) is pleased to announce the appointment of Allison Lenocker as Executive Director, effective immediately. Allison previously served as Assistant Director, having joined CCJ in May, 2017. Prior to her time with CCJ, Allison worked at Mingus Mountain Academy as a group leader, team

Road closure

Water Line Replacement to Close Part of Gurley Street Downtown

Closure to take Place Tuesday, May 24 6 a.m. to Thursday May 26 4 p.m The City of Prescott Water Operations will be conducting work to replace the water service line for Hassayampa Inn at 122 E. Gurley St which will include resurfacing of the roadway.  This will require a street closure of E. Gurley

Education

Governor Ducey Signs 9/11 Education Bill

Governor Doug Ducey signed legislation to ensure Arizona kids learn about the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, delivering on a promise to work with educators and lawmakers to make it mandatory in Arizona’s schools. “The events on September 11, 2001 shaped a generation and forever changed America,” said Governor Ducey. “The tragic events that unfolded that

Opinion

Opinion: Is Any Ruling Settled Law? – Inside Sources

One after another, they used some form of the term “settled law.” Roe v. Wade had been “settled” nearly 50 years ago. Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett enunciated. Even Samuel Alito chimed in earlier. During her Senate confirmation hearings, conservative Barrett openly said one’s own views aren’t part of the equation in the

News

Feds approve 35,000 more work visas, as firms struggle to fill open jobs – Cronkite News

Arizona businesses welcomed the federal government’s release this week of another 35,000 H-2B visas for temporary guest workers, as a tight U.S. labor market has left companies scrambling to fill vacancies. It’s the second time this year the government has expanded the visa program for nonagricultural workers, after the initial 66,000 visas were quickly snapped

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