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Opinion: Thoughts While on the Road

When my wife, Judi, and I travel to California in our RV, we listen to satellite radio. We’ll listen to oldies, love songs, country western and news channels. We’ll also discuss our family situations and current events. It’s about a seven and half hour journey one way, so we do a lot of conversing. We

Education

Arizona Receives “A” Grade For Charter School Law

Arizona continues to be the model state for school choice — ranking number one in the nation for charter school law by the Center for Education Reform’s 2020 report. Arizona was the only state in the study to receive an “A” grade. “With more than 25 years of charter school success, we are proud to

McSally Veteran Treatment Court Bill Heads to President’s Desk

U.S. Senator Martha McSally’s (R-AZ) bipartisan legislation to aid veterans in crisis by expanding veteran treatment courts passed the House of Representatives by unanimous consent this week and now heads to President Trump to be signed into law. “I am pleased our legislation received unanimous support in both the Senate and the House,” McSally said.

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