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This week, countries across the world are coming together in Glasgow for COP26, the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, to discuss how the world will address our climate crisis. I have joined with more than 530 state legislators from 47 states calling on the federal government to raise our ambition and strengthen our national […]
The post The climate crisis has huge costs for Arizona, but state leaders can’t fight it alone appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
Recently, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema told the Arizona Republic, “We know that a changing climate costs Arizonans. And right now, we have the opportunity to pass smart policies to address it — looking forward to that.” The Senator acknowledged the steep costs of climate change in our state related to larger wildfires, extreme drought, and extreme […]
The post Bold climate action can’t wait, and it can’t happen if Sinema and Kelly don’t back it appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
Over the last year-and-a-half, the people of Arizona have faced some truly enormous challenges. From a pandemic that presented the United States government with a crisis the likes of which we haven’t seen in our lifetimes, to historic droughts, to a former president encouraging a violent insurrection — some could say it has felt like […]
The post Biden’s American Rescue Plan is working for Arizona appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
(The Center Square) – Arizona’s business leaders say labor legislation awaiting consideration in the U.S. Senate would cause a seismic shift in labor-employer relations, nullifying many aspects of state law employers look for when considering relocation.
(The Center Square) – In the hours after the last U.S. soldier boarded a plane to depart Afghanistan, members of Congress from Arizona and elsewhere are still in contact with Americans and their allies still seeking to leave the country.
All eyes were on the U.S. Senate as it considered the For the People Act (S.1) to protect voting rights, reduce the influence of money in politics, and raise the standards for ethics in government.
The post What’s Arizona got to do with D.C. statehood? A lot, actually. appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
Arizonans don’t want to re-elect President Joe Biden to another term in 2024, but will again give the state’s 11 electoral votes to him if he’…