Worrisome trends about an increase in COVID-19 cases in Arizona were noted by a prominent Valley health expert and an organization that tracks cases in the state’s 15 counties.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has again delayed the opening the 32nd Street Interchange and the multi-use path along the South Mountain Freeway.
Now that Tempe Union High School District is equipping every student with a laptop, parents are being billed $30 annually for a new Laptop Protection Program to cover much of the cost of replacing or repairing them.
Halloween is just around the corner, and for kids that means free candy. And free candy means an increased need to ensure you’re taking the proper steps to maintain adequate oral health. Candy is not only loaded with sugar, but is very acidic, and can have adverse impacts on the teeth if pro…
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A major bourbon whiskey manufacturer wants the U.S. Supreme Court to stop an Arizona firm from producing a dog toy that the company’s attorneys say associates its “image of sophistication’’ with “juvenile bathroom humor.’’
Class of 2020
- 32nd Street Interchange, multi-use path opening delayed again
- Nutcracker has a largely new crop of queens
- Ahwatukee man makes genealogy an artform
- Chandler couple offer relaxation on wheels
- Couple’s health-conscious store builds following
- Million White Lights prospects brighten
- Ahwatukee duo’s invention could be a COVID-buster
- Voters can get early start this week
- Bastian: TU Governing Board needs a parent on deck
- Mesa slaying underscores rise in domestic violence
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I was born and raised in Arizona by my wonderful parents who have always been active in the issues that shaped our beautiful state. My father’s first job after attending Arizona State University was as a land planner for the City of Phoenix.
The two biggest issues moving forward in 2021 will be continuing our response to the COVID-19 pandemic by passing additional support for families and small businesses, and continuing our investment in our K-12 schools.
The first major issue that I am focused on is the recovery from COVID-19 and the recession that it caused.
As we consider Arizona’s future, my two top priorities as your representative are the state’s COVID response and recovery and public education.