Biden vows abortion legislation as top priority next year – Associated Press

Photo: President Joe Biden cheers on stage after speaking about abortion access during a Democratic National Committee event President Joe Biden promised Tuesday that the first bill he sends to Capitol Hill next year will be one that writes abortion protections into law — if Democrats control enough seats in Congress to pass it —

Prescott Talks

Prescott Talks: Interview with Jim Arroyo, Yavapai County Preparedness Team

David Stringer, guest host of Prescott Talks, talks to Jim Arroyo about the Yavapai County Oath Keepers chapter, and the Preparedness Team. Jim explains that they are not a militia nor a paramilitary group. The Preparedness Team’s purpose is to teach people how to prepare for both natural and manmade disasters. They have classes in

Law Enforcement

In era of transparency, Arizona law limits filming police – Associated Press

Arizona’s governor has signed a law that restricts how the public can video police at a time when there’s growing pressure across the U.S. for greater law enforcement transparency. Civil rights and media groups opposed the measure that Republican Gov. Doug Ducey signed Thursday. The law makes it illegal in Arizona to knowingly video police

U.S. Government

Democrats Threaten Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh: Assassin Acts on their Direction – Rep. Paul Gosar

A California man was arrested this Wednesday outside of the home of Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh with plans to murder the justice, and the silence from Democrat leaders is deafening. They, of course, inspired the assassin using violent rhetoric and making irresponsible statements following the leaked memo suggesting the Supreme Court might overturn Roe v Wade. For example, Senator

Legal Beat

Deputies protect school killer after potential juror threat

Photo: Judge Elizabeth Scherer speaks during jury pre-selection in the penalty phase of the trial of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooter Nikolas Cruz at the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Deputies protecting Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz had to pull him aside and surround him Tuesday after a member of a jury

Town of Prescott Valley

Town of Prescott Valley Opposes Proposed Sand and Gravel Operation Adjacent to Fain Park

The Town of Prescott Valley has expressed opposition to a proposed sand and gravel operation in two parcels immediately adjacent to Fain Park and StoneRidge Drive. Both parcels, owned by the Fain Family Limited Partnership, are in unincorporated Yavapai County. The Town will not reissue a prior right-of-way permit that would have allowed transporting materials

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