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You may get the chance to drink treated toilet water?

Would you drink treated toilet water? State government leaders are making a push to turn recycled toilet, shower, and other treated wastewater into the newest source of drinking water for Arizona residents. The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality is planning to lift a 2001 prohibition. If it happens, some residents could be drinking recycled wastewater […]

The legal paths to entering the U.S.

The Department of Homeland Security issued a sweeping set of orders Tuesday that implement Trump’s plan to increase immigration enforcement, placing the vast majority of the nation’s 11 million undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation. cxenseparse_end cxenseparse_start The move comes on the heels of a federal appeals court striking down a Trump executive order that temporarily restricted entry to the United States […]

Crack Down on Notario Fraud With Senate Bill 1421

New Bill Proposes To Crack Down on Notario Fraud   The woman claimed that her sister worked for U.S. Customs and Immigration Services. For $2,000, she told a group of undocumented immigrants who had gathered at a Glendale home that she could get them a visa and social security card. For $1,500 each, she could […]

Pleading ‘Extreme Financial Hardship’ Steven Seagal Tried Ditching Jury Duty

Steven Seagal Tried Ditching Jury Duty, Pleading ‘Extreme Financial Hardship’ When he’s not hobnobbing with Russian President Vladimir Putin, touring Europe with his blues band or keeping his Aikido skills sharp for his next martial-arts flick, Hollywood star and dojo-master Steven Seagal is just another member of the hoi polloi. Sure, he may be tight […]

Marijuana Clinical Study for Vets with PTSD Begins in Phoenix

Marijuana Clinical Study for Vets with PTSD Begins in Phoenix and more Volunteers are Needed. The first-ever clinical study of smoked cannabis for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder took place in Phoenix this week, making medical-marijuana history. The California-based Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), founded in 1986, is conducting the study with the help […]

President Trump’s executive orders sometimes contain presidential fluff

He calls them ‘big stuff,’ but most of Trump’s executive orders are presidential fluff. President Trump’s executive orders sometimes contain far more than meets the eye — and quite often, far less. After swearing in Jeff Sessions as his new attorney general Thursday, Trump signed three executive orders that he said would usher in “a […]

Chamber President Says Teachers Are “Crybabies” For Wanting A Raise

Arizona ranks lowest in the nation for teacher pay. But Arizona Chamber of Commerce President Glenn Hamer apparently thinks the state’s teachers — who make an average salary of just over $40,000 a year — are “crybabies” for wanting a raise. The Yellow Sheet Report, a subscription-only political tip sheet, reports that Hamer criticized the […]

USO provides comfort to those deploying for first time

We are introducing you to a Valley nonprofit USO that provides comfort and relief, here and nationwide, to young men and women deploying for the first time. “We don’t have the rights and freedoms in our country without men and women like yourselves standing up here taking the oath,” said U.S. Air Force Capt. He […]

Are Violent, Destructive Anti-Trump Protests illegal

Is it illegal to have protests the United States? From Rawconservative.com A little known law that was signed by President Obama, makes it illegal to protest at Donald Trump rallies. The little liberal zombies running around the country with their Bernie Sanders sign, obviously aren’t aware of it. The law is known as H.R. 347 […]

Arizona Marine needs foster care for dogs before deployment

Arizona Marine about to be deployed needs foster care for dogs.   A local Marine about to be deployed is asking for help; he needs someone to watch his dogs while he’s gone. As he found out while working with the group “Dogs on Deployment,” it’s a problem a lot of men and women in […]

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