Chuck Coughlin of HighGround and former state lawmaker and gubernatorial candidate Aaron Lieberman joined The Show to talk about the first official entrant into next year’s US Senate race in Arizona, the governor and attorney general pausing executions in the state and more
Jan. 27 is Holocaust Remembrance Day. Holocaust and genocide education is now mandatory for Arizona middle and high school students, and educators are looking to students for a modern way to keep the message alive. And they’re counting on an unlikely platform, the social media site TikTok.
Women and girls are widely underrepresented in the STEM fields, and studies show they face unequal access to pay, positions, publications and credit. But new research suggests positive trends in one area of acknowledgment: acceptance into American scientific academies.
A House subcommittee held a hearing Thursday to review the state’s Aggregate Expenditure Limit (AEL). The Legislature made historic investments in public schools last summer, but districts can’t use those funds until the spending cap is waived.
Earlier this week, a judge upheld the Arizona Corporation Commission’s ruling against a proposed gas power plant near Coolidge. Sandy Bahr, director of the Sierra Club’s Grand Canyon Chapter, joined The Show to talk about the ruling.
The Super Bowl is just a few weeks away, and preparations are underway across the Valley for the game in Glendale. A lot of those preparations can be expensive, and the state is picking up some of the tab for them.
Arizona’s Department of Revenue says it has more than $2 billion in unclaimed property belonging to people who live — or have lived — in the state. Some of the items are on the auction block. → More Arizona business news
Advocates hoping to secure a pathway to citizenship for thousands of Afghans who were evacuated from their country in August 2021 are hoping to engage with lawmakers again now that Congress is back in session.