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U.S. Sen. Flake’s meeting last night is not thU.S. Sen. Flake’s meeting last night is not the first raucous town hall. They have been popping up across the country. Dr. Carolyn J. Lukensmeyer is the executive director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse at the University of Arizona, an organization with an aim to reduce political dysfunction and incivility in our political system.
Republican state lawmakers on Thursday agreed to impose two new sets of restrictions on initiatives that opponents say in combination with already-approved measures will effectively deny the ability of voters to propose their own laws.
General Motors said Thursday $8 million in tax credits from California will go towards expanding its self-driving car program over the next five years. Testing is already underway in California, Michigan and Arizona.
The dream of a career in the big leagues draws thousands of teens out of Dominican public schools and onto the baseball diamond. When players report to major league academies they’re expected to bring their bats and now, their books.
For years, Tempe has offered residents a rebate to save money on building permits required to renovate their homes. The program came to an abrupt halt earlier this year when staff discovered the portion of city code that enacts the program had been deleted.
The season is mercifully over for the Phoenix Suns, who have missed out on the playoffs for a seventh-straight season, finishing with the worst record in the NBA’s Western conference at 24-58, reflecting only a one game improvement over last season. But as KJZZ’s Phil Latzman reports, according to team officials, the youth movement is working and fans have a lot to look forward to in the future.
Throughout his campaign, and in his first months in office, we’ve heard a lot of talk about a grand “infrastructure bill” — President Trump’s vision of rebuilding America’s roadways, pipes and dams. But just how realistic is this $1 trillion vision?
Last week, Gov. Doug Ducey signed into a law a bill that will expand the state’s Empowerment Scholarship Account program, otherwise known as school vouchers. Some public-school teachers and education advocates felt it was a slap in the face by the governor after they partnered with him to pass Prop 123 to increase funding for public education last year.
The long-running saga of the government’s gun-walking operation Fast and Furious added a new chapter this week when authorities announced the arrest of a suspect in the 2010 murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry. KJZZ’s Michel Marizco has long reported on Fast and Furious and joins us with an update.