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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

Legal Beat

Governor Ducey Signs Legislation To Protect Arizonans From Frivolous Lawsuits

Governor Doug Ducey today signed legislation to ensure Arizonans acting in good faith during the COVID-19 pandemic are protected against frivolous civil claims. Health care professionals, businesses, schools, nonprofits, governments, religious institutions, and property owners are among the entities to which the legislation applies. “Arizona’s health care professionals and others on the front lines have

Opinion

Opinion: Repairing Public’s Trust in Government Institutions

Americans no longer trust their government. The events of this year may be crystallizing this lack of trust for many, especially the nation’s young people, of whom a paltry 7 percent say they put “a lot” of trust in people in positions of power. And while a degree of skepticism is healthy in a democracy, we have reached a

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