The Arizona Legislature has sent Gov. Doug Ducey a bill expected to cut the number of child abuse hotline calls that require full investigations to focus child safety workers on cases that actually involve abuse and neglect.
The Arizona House reversed course after an initial rejection and approved a bill Thursday that will give developers more power to issue municipal bonds and levy taxes to pay for public infrastructure in communities they are building.
A huge number of organizations — in Arizona and across the country — are letting political candidates know that the time is fast approaching for them to fill out the groups’ questionnaires — if they’re interested in getting an endorsement.
If talk about snakes has you shuddering, you’re certainly not alone. But the Phoenix Herpetological Society thinks it has a cure, of sorts, for the fear of snakes. On Saturday they’re hosting their first “Snake Day.”
One in 68 children in the country has been diagnosed with autism. And, the younger they’re diagnosed, the better chance they have to get early, effective treatment. But, not all children are getting that chance.