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Opinion

Opinion: Is Any Ruling Settled Law? – Inside Sources

One after another, they used some form of the term “settled law.” Roe v. Wade had been “settled” nearly 50 years ago. Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett enunciated. Even Samuel Alito chimed in earlier. During her Senate confirmation hearings, conservative Barrett openly said one’s own views aren’t part of the equation in the

Vaccine mandates

As Canada protests persist, so do challenges for Trudeau

Canada has endured bitter divisions in the past, but the current wave of disruptive protests over COVID-19 restrictions is unprecedented in the extent it has undermined public trust in government leadership, starting at the top with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. On Monday, as criticism of his hands-off approach mounted, Trudeau finally took forceful action against

Local

Prescott Talks – Interview with Phil Goode, Part 2

Glenn Martin and Phil Goode continue to discuss the issues, including the public input to the City Council, the Arizona Eco Development Agreement, and veterans. Mr. Goode wants to restore the public’s trust in city government, and is disappointed by the disrespectful smear campaign that has occurred.

COVID-19

AP-NORC poll: A third of US adults skeptical of COVID shots

About 1 in 3 Americans say they definitely or probably won’t get the COVID-19 vaccine, according to a new poll that some experts say is discouraging news if the U.S. hopes to achieve herd immunity and vanquish the outbreak. The poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that while 67% of

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