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State

Governor Ducey Signs Historic Budget

Budget Plan Reduces Taxes For Every Arizona Taxpayer No Matter Their Income Governor Doug Ducey signed Arizona’s fiscally conservative budget for Fiscal Year 2022, which cuts taxes for all taxpayers while investing in education, transportation, public safety, public health, water security and more key areas that matter to Arizonans. “Today I’m proud to sign a

Arizona Today with Lyle Rapacki

Arizona Today – Interview with Trevor Loudon Part 2

Dr. Lyle Rapacki discusses with Trevor Loudon (author of Enemies Within) the unfolding plan of Marxism in public policy and how it is adversely impacting American society. This is Part 2. Part 1 can be found HERE.

State

Governor Ducey Commends Legislature On Passing Fiscally Conservative, Forward-Looking FY22 Budget

The Arizona House of Representatives has passed a landmark fiscally conservative, forward-looking budget that invests in K-12 education, public safety, public health, infrastructure and natural resources, while securing the single largest tax cut in state history. The House vote follows the state Senate’s approval of the budget on Wednesday. Governor Ducey will receive the budget bills once

Opinion

Opinion: Black People, I’m Calling Your Bluff

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] Marriage is supposed to be forever. That is the symbolism of the wedding ring, a piece of precious metal with no end.

Arizona Today with Lyle Rapacki

Arizona Today – Interview with Tom Horne

Lyle Rapacki interviews Tom Horne about his views on education, and his announcement that he is running for Arizona’s State Superintendent of Public Instruction in 2022.

Politics

Analysis: Racial tensions simmer in Louisiana House debates

A distinct racial tension is threading through many Louisiana House debates this legislative session, becoming a more prominent undercurrent in the chamber on issues ranging from education and voting to crime and policing. Emotional, angry and awkward debates between black lawmakers and conservative white lawmakers in the House have emerged repeatedly, seeming only to intensify

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