I am often asked why I am so passionate about access to health insurance. The simple answer is that I have a pre-existing condition.
“Our neighbors are our brothers and sisters. We should treat them with love and respect” is the lesson my parents instilled in my five younger siblings and me as children.
We need more collaboration.
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.
- More South Mountain trailhead upgrades due in Ahwatukee
- ‘Teachable moment’ for city recycling cost Phoenix taxpayers $3.3 million
- Freeway sound wall ‘fins’ start to take shape
- No loafin’ for Ahwatukee home-based baker
- Longtime Chandler Italian restaurant moves to Ahwatukee
- LD18 fundraising hottest for election coming this fall
- Ahwatukee woman's 'MOMnation' slates parents prom
- Mountain Pointe reloads under new coach with eye on wins
- ‘Voice of Waymo’ helps calm driverless vehicles’ passengers
- 2 Desert Vista grads involved in prestigious UofA research
Sorry, there are no recent results for popular videos.