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Prescription drug costs are unbelievably unaffordable for millions of Americans, including me, a medical student with a long-term history of asthma and food allergies living off loans. more
The Goldwater Institute sent a letter to the Arizona Department of Education on Monday regarding the Department’s worsening failures in administering the state’s Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) program. more
The city of Phoenix is attempting to raise rates by 200% for customers using ride-sharing platforms like Uber or Lyft when they travel at Sky Harbor Airport. more
Before you head out on the road, it’s worth taking some time to plan ahead. If you’re attending a holiday party, please make sure you have a safe ride home. more
As we become more aware of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias as a society, we’re better equipped to spot the early warning signs of the disease and get friends, family or even ourselves to seek medical care sooner. more
Each year, we announce the annual cost-of-living adjustment (COLA). By law, federal benefits increase when the cost of living rises, as measured by the Department of Labor’s Consumer Price … more
By law, the U.S. government is required to count the number of people living in the United States every 10 years. Getting an accurate count is important because census numbers impact daily life in the United States in many ways. more
We are a group of high school and college students from around the country, concerned about the ongoing gun violence epidemic in our country. more
It’s the time of year when nonprofit organizations reach out to supporters and donors — current, past and new — to consider a year-end gift. more
We are pleased to announce we will host our 6th Annual Bowls of Hope event in conjunction with our Art Bazaar and Sidewalk Chalk Art 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday at the WHAM Community Art Center, 16560 N. Dysart Road, Surprise. more
House Democrats recently unveiled H.R. 3, a proposal that would impose ill-considered price controls on prescription drugs. Patient advocates immediately panned the bill, warning that it would deter medical research and prevent scientists from developing future treatments and cures. more
Roughly 40,000 environmental activists recently descended on Lower Manhattan for a global climate strike. Many of the protesters marched with a specific goal in mind. more
If you have Medicare, there are covered options to help you manage pain safely and effectively. more
I earlier wrote a guest commentary inviting you to be the judge. I told you that I’d follow-up and let you know how I address the situation, so here it is. more
The two-week Construction Academy offers free training that helps women, minorities, veterans and members of other disadvantaged groups, including the unemployed, launch careers in construction. more
The military I know and work in today is a diverse force that encourages the promotion of people with different backgrounds. more
Being healthy over the holidays doesn’t mean giving up your favorite things. In fact, the American Heart Association wants you to commemorate the festive occasion without putting your healthy habits on hold. more
It looks like the decade-old U.S. shale oil boom may keep us out of war. more
I’ll sometimes hear a pundit lament that “Nothing is made in America anymore.” In reality, there are nearly 13 million manufacturing workers in the United States, including thousands in Arizona. more
In 2012 my family experienced the loss of my brother Nathan due to suicide. After spending a full weekend with him at my parent’s house, none of us knew what was coming just two days later that Tuesday evening. more
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