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OP-ED: Why is Arizona at War Against Students?

OP-ED: Why is Arizona at War Against Students?

Editor October 19, 2013 1

By Michael Martinez Arizona has been attempting to fully implement Common Core in our schools. These increased standards aim to ensure a higher number of Arizona students graduate from high school with skills that make

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Protestors “Take to the Streets” to Shut Down I.C.E.

Protestors “Take to the Streets” to Shut Down I.C.E.

Editor October 17, 2013 0

Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org On Monday, October 14th in Arizona Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the federal government were put on notice. Their message to President Obama: “If you are not going

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Acting with Impunity:  The Case of General Electric

Acting with Impunity: The Case of General Electric

Editor October 16, 2013 0

By Lawrence S. Wittner Reposted with the permission of Tom Hastings of PeaceVoice Can the world’s biggest corporations act with impunity? When it comes to General Electric (GE) — the eighth largest U.S. corporation, with

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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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Two Rare Arizona Cactuses Gain Endangered Species Act Protection

Two Rare Arizona Cactuses Gain Endangered Species Act Protection

Editor October 3, 2013 0

Center for Biological Diversity | www.biologicaldiversity.org On Monday, September 30th the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service granted Endangered Species Act protection to two highly imperiled cactuses found in northern and southern Arizona. Protection for the

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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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Two Clean Energy Advocates Jump Into 2014 Race

Two Clean Energy Advocates Jump Into 2014 Race

Kevin Hengehold September 28, 2013 0

Supporters of clean energy in Arizona have reason to celebrate this week as Phoenix real estate agent and energy expert Ken Clark, and Afghanistan veteran Aaron Marquez made public their intentions to run for

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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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