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Energy Fuels Resources Inc. Forced to Close Uranium Mines Near Grand Canyon

Energy Fuels Resources Inc. Forced to Close Uranium Mines Near Grand Canyon

Editor November 23, 2013 0

By Klee Benally | www.indigenousaction.org Grand Canyon, AZ — Energy Fuels Resources Inc. has been forced to halt two controversial uranium mines near the Grand Canyon. Citing falling uranium prices, Energy Fuels will also be

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Arpaio’s Sweep and Community Forum was an Epic Failure

Arpaio’s Sweep and Community Forum was an Epic Failure

Dennis Gilman November 17, 2013 4

By Dennis Gilman Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org While Sheriff Arpaio’s 21st saturation patrol was promoted by his own press release as focusing on “guns, gangs and drugs,” not one gun or gang related

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Nanotechnology: Is It Safe To Eat?

Nanotechnology: Is It Safe To Eat?

Charlie Parke November 9, 2013 0

Nanotechnology: so small the eye can’t see it, but it’s changing the world around you in fantastic ways.  The uses in medicine, commercial products, and food are likely to change the world forever.  Is it

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OP ED: Tempe Should Embrace Rooftop Solar

OP ED: Tempe Should Embrace Rooftop Solar

Kevin Hengehold November 6, 2013 2

Originally prepared for Tempe’s Rooftop Solar Forum held Tuesday, November 5th at Tempe City Hall.   First of all, I have to call out APS on its shady behavior.  And I wish there were

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Military recruitment is (still) not a STEM education

Military recruitment is (still) not a STEM education

Editor November 3, 2013 1

By Erin Niemela Reposted with the permission of Tom Hastings of PeaceVoice I am a parent of a an elementary school student in Portland, Ore., and early this week I discovered our school is participating

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Commissioner’s Investigation of APS Anti-Solar Spending a Display of Leadership

Commissioner’s Investigation of APS Anti-Solar Spending a Display of Leadership

Kevin Hengehold November 2, 2013 0

These moments are sadly a rarity – when partisan differences are put aside and Arizonans of every political strip can applaud an elected official boldly representing the interests of constituents. Arizona had one of

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Protest Exposes Desecration of Burial Sites on Black Mesa

Protest Exposes Desecration of Burial Sites on Black Mesa

Editor October 31, 2013 0

Indigenous Action Media | www.indigenousaction.org On Wednesday, October 30th concerned Diné (Navajos) and other indigenous rights supporters held a protest in Flagstaff, AZ  to expose Peabody’s deliberate process of confiscating Indigenous History. The first

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In Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples

In Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples

Editor October 26, 2013 1

By Laura Finley, Ph.D. Reposted with the permission of Tom Hastings of PeaceVoice Last I heard, contracts negotiated between two consenting and capable parties are supposed to be binding, with repercussions if one party violates

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Romanian in Arizona

Romanian in Arizona

Valeriu Maxim October 26, 2013 4

By Valeriu Maxim Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Romania is a beautiful, small Eastern European country, its surface of 92,043 sq. miles is slightly smaller than the size of Wyoming. Nature was very generous with

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Arizona Community Press Podcast : “Shut Down” of ICE

Arizona Community Press Podcast : “Shut Down” of ICE

Editor October 19, 2013 0

Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org On Wednesday, October 16th Arizona Community Press launched our first podcast titled “AZCP Community Voices”.  The first episode focused on the “Shut Down” ICE actions that took place the

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