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Cathi Herrod, president of the Center for Arizona Policy, details plans to allow state health officials to inspect abortion clinics without notice or a warrant. Next to her is Lila Rose, founder of Live Action which secretly videotapes what occurs in these clinics. (Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer)
Cathi Herrod, president of the Center for Arizona Policy, is pictured at a press conference detailing plans to allow state health officials to inspect abortion clinics without notice or a warrant in June, 2013.
For years Cathi Herrod and her Center for Arizona Policy have flexed their political muscles and pushed through legislation that represented what she calls “fundamental principles,” often those espoused in the Bible.
Arizona’s schools are taking steps to address the health of its students, though parents may not be aware of what those steps are.
While illegal immigration has overshadowed virtually every issue in Arizona for years, it’s likely that the only universally known number involving Latino issues is 1070 — as in the state’s famous law.
Uncharted frontiers maybe be closer than you think. Learn where to find them at Arizona Science Center’s Unbelievable Biomed event on Saturday, May 10. The event begins at 1 p.m. with a family career fair, where kids can learn about possible careers in biomedicine and bioengineering. At 4 p.m. attendees will hear Arizona scientists discuss the latest in biomedical findings, followed by a 5:30 p.m. cash bar reception, a 6:45 p.m. Disease Detective Lab, where you’ll learn how diseases are detected through saliva, and a 7 p.m. panel discussion of Arizona’s future in the bio med industry, featuring scientists, policy makers and educators.
State senators gave final approval Wednesday to legislation supporters said enhances religious freedom while foes argue it will give people an ability to use their beliefs as an excuse to discriminate.
Arizona continues to avoid a problem critical to our future — statewide management of precious water resources dwindling because of a decade-long drought.
The Valley of the Sun still has room to improve its economic development efforts despite the region’s rapid growth and success in attracting jobs, says the Valley’s new economic development coordinator.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - More than two dozen conservation groups asked the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Wednesday to suspend a policy that they say is undermining the endangered Mexican gray wolf reintroduction program in New Mexico and Arizona.
Joey Crawford has been T’d up — perhaps for good. Crawford was suspended for at least the rest of the season and playoffs after ejecting San Antonio center Tim Duncan for laughing on the bench Sunday. Some type of penalty was warranted — a line was absolutely crossed here — but many are shocked to see the 31-year veteran treated so harshly.
If sports teams can sell naming rights, then why can't Scottsdale?
August 27, 2004
With the state facing a significant budget deficit, Arizona is at a crossroads. The decisions our elected officials make to get us out of this fiscal crisis will determine whether Arizona improves its competitive position in the global economy by encouraging enterprise and a healthy business environment. The alternative is stifled economic development and perpetuated financial strain.
By the year 2020, one in four Arizonans is expected to be older than 60. With that in mind, Gov. Janet Napolitano has opened a state Office of Aging to coordinate the efforts of various agencies dealing with issues facing the state’s fastgrowing population of seniors.
David Wells: At a recent community meeting on the state’s budget crisis with Republican and Democratic legislators, a courageous Karen Ickes shared her family crisis. Both she and her husband are unemployed, but, after losing her job, for eight weeks her family had to survive without receiving an unemployment check.
April 25, 2005
The state Chamber of Commerce is accusing Gov. Janet Napolitano of playing politics at the expense of business by blocking state contracts from going to companies that perform some of the work out of the country.
Arizona is broken! No "ifs," "ands" or "buts", the state the once reigned supreme in growth, jobs, education, public pensions and public safety is now best known for being the source for national humor and taking the heat off of Mississippi as being the armpit of ignorance in America.
Terrorism liaison officers have been getting a lot of attention in the national press lately. But the bottom line of what they do is basically old-fashioned police work, according to the state police coordinating the effort in Arizona.
PHOENIX — Gov. Jan Brewer is touting a new facility for a major insurance company as proof her policies are working to boost the state economy, even though it appears most of the jobs being created require only a high school education.
Getting water from a faucet is something we all take for granted. Thanks to the bold thinkers behind the Salt River and Central Arizona projects, daily conveniences like water are accessible in our desert environment.
Companies that don’t uniformly enforce certain policies can lose the ability to claim they were justified in firing a worker for violating one of them, the Arizona Court of Appeals has ruled.
Arizona legislative leaders touted the fiscal year 2012 "balanced" budget by claiming their cuts-only philosophy and practice - especially as pertaining to health care and education - were their only options. They also said such action was exactly what voters wanted.
Chandler’s Breast-Feeding Task Force will get to work this week. The group of mothers, business leaders and city officials are scheduled to meet Thursday to begin drawing up recommendations to the City Council on how public breastfeeding should be addressed in Chandler.