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Opinion

Opinion – COVID 2022: Let’s Not Copy Europe’s Centralization Plans

Some 500 years ago, migrants from England and Italy, France and Germany, left for the new world. It was practically an alien planet to them, inhabited with people that didn’t look like anything they had ever seen, and wild creatures they’d never come up against. Many people either died on ships or in their first

Prescott Talks

Prescott Talks: Interview with Rodney Glassman, Part 2

Noel Campbell continues his interview with Rodney Glassman, candidate for Arizona Attorney General. They discuss illegal immigration, the border crisis, enforcement of current laws, and what the Attorney General can do about these problems.

Legal Beat

‘The stakes are enormous’: Bannon case tests Congress’ power

The U.S. House is expected to hold Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress. It’s up to the Justice Department, and the courts, to determine what happens next. As lawmakers ready a Thursday vote to send a contempt referral to the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington, there’s considerable uncertainty about whether the Justice Department will prosecute

U.S. Department of Justice

Justice Dept. sues Texas over state’s new abortion law

The Justice Department on Thursday sued Texas over a new state law that bans most abortions, arguing that it was enacted “in open defiance of the Constitution.” The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Texas, asks a federal judge to declare that the law is invalid, “to enjoin its enforcement, and to protect the rights

Sports betting

ADG Preparing Rules to Quickly and Responsibly Implement New Gaming Opportunities

The Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) has begun drafting rules for new forms of gaming in Arizona following Governor Doug Ducey’s signing of historic legislation and an amended Tribal-State Gaming Compacts (Compacts). These actions pave the way for modernized gaming in Arizona and will soon generate millions of dollars in new revenue for essential public

Social Media

Facebook curbs political ads – for 7 days before US election

Bracing for a contentious election with no immediate results and possible “civil unrest,” Facebook is enacting a host of measures to ensure its platform is not used to sow chaos and spread misinformation before, during and after the U.S. presidential election. But it’s not clear the changes are enough. The company said Thursday it will

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