By Ronald Sampson It’s a new-ish day for Democrats in Arizona. Having finally captured the Governor’s seat they finally have some degree of legislative power. But since they couldn’t get a majority in either the Arizona House or the Arizona Senate, that legislative power is nearly purely relegated to the power of Governor Hobbs’s veto pen. While the ability to … Read More
Join Governor Katie Hobbs, Arizona Historical Society and Marked By COVID For the 3rd Annual COVID-19 Victims and Survivors Memorial Day Event Featuring an Exclusive Screening of the new Documentary 2020 CHAOS and HOPE
Monday, March 6th, 2023, 3:00 – 7:00 PM at Arizona Heritage Center at Papago Park (1300 North College Avenue Tempe, AZ 85288) See the Powerful Documentary, Meet the Survivors, Hear Their Stories of Resiliency and Hope, and Learn About the Proposed National COVID Memorial Day On what is proposed as the National COVID Memorial Day, (first Monday of March) on … Read More
Gov. Hobbs Taking on New Fight on Behalf of Dreamers: Will She Have the Political Capital?
Arizona’s Dreamers (that is, undocumented students brought here through no fault of their own) got a very big win last year when Prop 308 protected their ability to receive in-state tuition pricing if they otherwise qualified after being approved via the public. They might have another big win in their sights soon too, but that will be highly dependent on … Read More