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GOP Lawmaker’s School Health Plan Bill on Hold

Thanks to our readers and those who contacted Arizona Senators on the Senate Education Committee regarding Senator Heather Carter’s bill, SB1169, which will allow schools and the Arizona Department of Education to oversee student healthcare. Also thanks to Arizona residents who are using the Request to Speak option to electronically state their positions on pending […]

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To the Arizona GOP–If Not Now, Then When?

Many in America who are political junkies spend hours each week watching or listening to their favorite current event networks. Hour after hour we watch elected officials analyze every angle of a particular issue and listen to the endless chess game. We get frustrated at both the politicians and the talking heads, but the next […]

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Finally an Arizona Legislator Who Supports Parents and Protects Children!

Remember these words: Parents’ Rights, Transparency, Protect Children, Protect Children’s Innocence. Who can disagree with any of the above? Arizona State Senator Sylvia Allen plans to drop SB1082 on Tuesday, January 14th as the 2020 legislative session begins. Here are a few reasons she drafted the bill: Not all children are emotionally or physically ready […]

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We are Seeking Help from Arizona LD18’s Mitzi Epstein

Thank you to LD18’s Representative Mitzi Epstein for reading our post and responding to it. Representative Epstein appears to be distancing herself from the porn issue we reported and that is good. On the positive side, together we can work to prevent minors from being exposed to porn and obscene material. Sadly, these problems continue […]

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Republican Arizona Government Legalizes LGBTQ Sex Ed

For almost 30 years, Arizona public and charter schools were barred from promoting a homosexual lifestyle to their students or teaching that homosexuality is a positive lifestyle alternative. This has served Arizona well. The law did not promote harassing or bullying LGBTQ students. It did not force teachers to teach young students about gay sex. […]

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