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Opinion

Opinion: What Would the Internet Look Like Without Section 230?

Over the last couple of years, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act has drawn sharp rebuke from politicians on both sides of the aisle. In fact, President Biden and former President Trump have separately called for the law to be “revoked” and “repealed,” respectively, and many members of Congress have echoed those sentiments. But what would the Internet

Seniors

Gosar Recognized for Protecting American Seniors

Photo: Congressman Gosar accepts the American PATRIOT Award from AMAC CEO Rebecca Weber on Capitol Hill. Representative Paul Gosar, DDS (AZ-04) issued the following statement after receiving the coveted American PATRIOT Award by the Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC) for consistently standing up against harmful policies and promoting the American values of faith, family

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

National

Confederate symbols prove difficult to remove in many states

Just past the gate at an entrance to the Texas Capitol, a large monument honoring the soldiers of the Confederacy looms, with towering statues and an inscription that reads, “Died for state rights guaranteed under the Constitution.” It is one of seven Confederate memorials on the Texas Capitol grounds alone. There are over 2,000 Confederate

COVID-19

Why you should get a COVID-19 vaccine – even if you’ve already had the coronavirus

Vaccination produces a much stronger and more consistent immune response than infection. Andriy Onufriyenko/Moment via Getty Images Jennifer T. Grier, University of South Carolina A few weeks ago, a message popped up in the corner of my screen. “What do you think about people who have recently had COVID–19 getting the vaccine?” A friend of

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