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OP-ED: Operation Streamline Shutdown: Si preguntan porque? – If they ask why?

OP-ED: Operation Streamline Shutdown: Si preguntan porque? – If they ask why?

Editor October 14, 2013 0

By Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez Dr. Cintli |  drcintli.blogspot.com Posted with permission from the author Scouring media outlets nationwide, it is evident that Operation Streamline – which was shut down by human rights activists

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Arizona Veterans & Military Leaders Push for Increased Investment in Clean, Local Power

Arizona Veterans & Military Leaders Push for Increased Investment in Clean, Local Power

Editor October 11, 2013 0

By Victoria Glynn Originally posted via Operation Free at Truman National Security Project  Today at the State Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona military veterans, elected officials, and community leaders called for increased investment in clean, local,

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Twelve Years Later

Twelve Years Later

Liisa Wale October 7, 2013 0

By Liisa Wale Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Twelve years ago the United States government invaded Afghanistan in the name of “terrorism” and to remove the Taliban from power. Today the United States military

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Beautifying Public Spaces Through Art

Beautifying Public Spaces Through Art

Editor October 3, 2013 0

Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Last December artists and community members came together to create murals on wooden panels at the Phoenix Festival of the Arts at Margaret T Hance Park in downtown Phoenix. This

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Subsidy or Investment: Arizona’s Energy Future

Subsidy or Investment: Arizona’s Energy Future

Kevin Hengehold October 2, 2013 0

The debate around energy subsidies rages on in Arizona, where our net metering policy is under attack.  For the uninitiated, net metering determines how rooftop solar customers are compensated for the power they provide to

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Guadalupe Town Council: “Save Solar!”

Guadalupe Town Council: “Save Solar!”

Kevin Hengehold September 27, 2013 0

On Thursday night the town of Guadalupe joined Clarkdale and Cave Creek in opposition to APS’s attack on net metering. The proposal was spearheaded by the Beyond Coal campaign and supported by residents from across the

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NOOB Workshop

NOOB Workshop

Brandon Dwyer September 23, 2013 0

As I have always said, “Phoenix is a great town. If you’re willing to drive a little you can do just about anything.” A perfect example of that is the NOOB Workshops on Gaming. 

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Arizona Power Plants Among America’s Dirtiest

Arizona Power Plants Among America’s Dirtiest

Kevin Hengehold September 13, 2013 0

Power plants in America are responsible for a majority of its greenhouse gas emissions.  That seems reasonable – it’s where we burn most of our fossil fuels. But did you know that the fifty

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OP-ED: Who is Paying Sal DiCiccio?

OP-ED: Who is Paying Sal DiCiccio?

Sean Patrick Miller September 6, 2013 1

By Sean Patrick Miller YA BASTA! | www.seanmiller12.wordpress.com Who is paying City of Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio? Who is paying for his vitriolic attacks on unions, on the Arizona working man, the Arizona middle class?

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Celebrating Justice

Celebrating Justice

Liisa Wale August 30, 2013 0

By Liisa Wale Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org This past Saturday, August 24th, communities of color came out to celebrate their successes through events and marches. Somos America Coalition had a community event to

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