I’m asking you to help return me to the Arizona House of Representatives. I served in the Legislature from 1991 to 1995. That was so long ago that it is commonly referred to as the “Jurassic” period.
While visiting schools over the past few years and working to identify and address literacy rates, I became aware of a population of students who were falling through the cracks.
Try as we might and should, justice on Earth is not perfect. Those who don’t believe in God needn’t believe in divine justice, “no hell below us, above us only sky.”
The availability of water is incredibly important to Arizona’s future growth. We have three major sources of water: the Salt River, the Colorado River, and our groundwater aquifers.
I am working to keep Arizona competitive and prepared for our future. Nobody wants to turn on their faucet and find sand in the sink.
If we want to create a society in Arizona that is more than a series of booms and busts, we need to make the fit between nature and culture more like a membrane and less like a life-support system. There is too much at stake in this wild, dry land to do otherwise,” said Thomas Sheridan, prof…
Arizona has a long and proud history of adopting sound water policy. But the 20-year drought we are experiencing has forced us to step back and assess how much water we receive from the various sources and how we manage it.
Abundant water, clean air and affordable, reliable, clean energy. These are the goals of the average Arizonan and should be the goals of Arizona policy makers. I have worked for nearly 30 years to help Arizona reach these goals.
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