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Arizonans agree: No new national monument

During President Obama’s two terms in office, we have undoubtedly witnessed the rise of the greatest threat to our republic: the unprecedented abuse of executive overreach.

Overwhelming support for national monument

A bipartisan nationwide poll released today finds the overwhelming majority of Americans (82 percent) support establishing a Greater Grand Canyon Heritage National Monument.

Compromise could solve Electoral College problem

The framers of the U.S. Constitution created the Electoral College as a result of a compromise for the presidential election process.

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Importance of Affordable Care Act for rural America

National Rural Health Day brings attention to the unique challenges and opportunities for health and well-being in rural communities.

Game and Fish manages all wildlife in the public trust

The Arizona Game and Fish Department conserves and protects Arizona’s diverse wildlife and promotes safe, compatible outdoor recreation.

Recent statements by Arizona Sen. John McCain

U.S. military strength Nov. 16, 2016 U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, released the following statement on the Heritage Foundation’s 2017 Index of U.S. Military Strength:

We all have a stake in the benefits of solar

The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) is holding a proceeding to determine the value of rooftop solar, the value that utilities should pay customers who deliver electricity back to the grid.

Taking Clinton's health agenda from good to great

Hillary Clinton wants to change the way we treat mental illness and drug addiction. As she put it at a recent campaign stop, too many American lives “are either being totally undermined or shortened” by these devastating conditions.

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PUSD Students - Congratulations on a job well done

Dear Payson Unified School District High School Students: With social media, the blogs, the current election cycle and the media in general it is easy to succumb to the negativity that seems to surround us on a constant basis.

Veterans should know this well-kept secret

If you ask an elderly veteran if they are aware that they may be able to qualify for an additional pension from the VA, they will probably tell you, “I’m not eligible because I wasn’t injured in the war.”

Voting: A right and a duty

In the Aug 30, 2016 primary election in Gila County there were 28,310 registered voters, only 11,920 voted — less than half. This does not include eligible voters who are not registered. Why did so many people choose not to vote?

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Immigration, work force development reform needed

After Congress passed the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, the United States gave citizenship to approximately 3 million undocumented immigrants but did little to address why we had 3 million in the first place.

Obamacare one of the great misnomers in American legislation

For years, Obamacare supporters have been telling critics of the law to shut up and fall in line. Now, they are urging them to come to its rescue.

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Christopher Creek LDS branch has long area history

Christopher Creek is blessed to have two churches. One, the Christopher Creek Bible Fellowship, stands on a hill beside the fire station, and another, the Christopher Creek branch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, stands in a vale to the west.

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Arizona wants principled leadership on immigration

Here are some truths Arizonans know about our border all too well: • Arizona has suffered from federal inaction to fix our broken immigration system. • To build the strong, diverse economy for the 21st century that Arizona deserves, we must pass comprehensive immigration reform at the federal level that keeps families together and secures our border.

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