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Oh, SNAP! Welfare for large corporate agribusiness, but not food for the working poor Bloomberg News recently reported Trump's $28 Billion Trade War Bailout Is Overpaying Farmers:. President Donald Trump's $28 billion farm bailout may be paying many growers more than the trade war with China has cost them. The U.S.

Education, Civil Rights Groups Protest ALEC Summit in Scottsdale Policies generated or inspired by the closed-door "bill mill" have had a devastating impact on communities of color, protesters said.

An optimistic future for Navajo women entrepreneurs PHOENIX - Diplomas in hand, 16 Navajo women became the latest graduating class of Project DreamCatcher, a free business training program that aims to create economic opportunities for female Native entrepreneurs.

ASU working to make triathlon a sanctioned NCAA championship sport - Cronkite News The Sun Devils are leading the effort to make triathlon a sanctioned NCAA championship sport. "We really feel being one of the larger schools, it's sort of our duty, our responsibility, to help promote the sport," English said.

I-10 EB closed past L-101 due to crash involving semi-truck TOLLESON - I-10 eastbound past L-101 in the west Valley is closed due to a crash involving a semi-truck Wednesday morning. The Department of Public Safety says a commercial vehicle was involved in a multi-vehicle crash after losing control for an unknown reason.

AG William 'Coverup' Barr may be on an island by himself with his 'spying' conspiracy theories Last week, selected leaks to the media from the report of Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz destroyed multiple GOP talking points about 2016, including Trump's claim that the FBI spied on his campaign:.

House Speaker Pelosi makes it official: draft the Articles of Impeachment Press Release of Pelosi Remarks Announcing House of Representatives Moving Forward with Articles of Impeachment:. Washington, D.C. - Speaker Nancy Pelosi delivered remarks announcing that the House of Representatives will move forward with drafting articles of impeachment.

ALEC: Destroying Democracy State by State Like an undiagnosed cancer, the organization ALEC secretly writes anti-worker, anti-consumer and voter suppression "model" legislation in state capitols nationwide, including Arizona.

Arizona vs. Baylor score predictions It seems like the perfect stage for Arizona and its three freshmen to announce themselves to rest of the country. What will it take to do that, though? Control the glass, for one thing.

Pelosi OKs drafting of impeachment articles against Trump WASHINGTON - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Thursday she would deliver an unusual public statement on the status of the House impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. On Wednesday, Pelosi met behind closed doors with her Democratic caucus, asking, "Äre you ready?" The answer was a resounding yes, according to those in the room.

Man dead after shooting near 67th Avenue / McDowell Road PHOENIX - Police say a man is dead after a shooting in west Phoenix Wednesday night. Officers were called to an area near 67th Avenue and McDowell Road for reports of shots fired around 11 p.m. When they arrived, they found a man who was pronounced dead at the scene.

Education Secretary to push school vouchers at Arizona event Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is set to address a group of conservative state lawmakers to tout her $5 billion plan to fund tuition for private school students. DeVos will also join Arizona Gov.

Tucson taking impartial role in border wall lawsuit TUCSON - Tucson is joining Pima County as an impartial adviser in a lawsuit aimed at curbing construction of the border wall in three Arizona preserves. The Tucson City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to participate as a friend of the court in the case without becoming a party to the suit.

'The President leaves us no choice': Pelosi asks for articles of impeachment against Trump House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asked committees to draft articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump in a press conference on Thursday morning.

Arizona Governor of Highway Safety to host Holiday DUI task force - The Arizona Governors Office of Highway Safety is hosting their annual Holiday DUI Task force Press Conference Thursday morning at the Pima Community College West Campus.

3 Phoenix Elementary School District campuses facing closure PHOENIX - The Phoenix Elementary School District is considering closing three of its 14 campuses at the end of the academic year. The Arizona Republic reports the proposed closures of Emerson and Dunbar schools as well as Faith North preschool are part of a consolidation plan presented Tuesday to teachers at the three campuses.

Florida bill would require gun owners to get safety training when renewing concealed carry license - A new bill requiring more training to carry concealed weapons in Florida isn't getting support from those who stand to benefit: The instructors. Charlie Strickland has trained thousands over the 10 years he's been in business at Talon Range in Tallahassee.

Avoid online shopping scams with these tips PHOENIX - Holiday shopping is in full gear, and scammers are out to steal your holiday cheer. From non-delivery and non-payment to phishing for your information, the FBI says these are the easiest ways scammers are targeting you online during the holiday season.

Florida family fights back against porch pirates with dirty diapers - A 9-month-old baby is teaching porch pirates a lesson. It all started when the Saleep family says they noticed packages missing, including food and one of the baby's gifts. "I wanted them to get like a taste of their own medicine," Sharly Saleep said.

Teenytown Giveaway Day #4 We are giving away passes to TeenyTown Playland for day #4 of our giveaway! Great for Preschoolers and Toddlers for Imaginative Play.

Sailor who killed two before killing himself was assigned to work on US submarine A lockdown has been lifted at Pearl Harbor Naval shipyard after a US sailor fatally shot two people and injured another before killing himself Wednesday, an incident for which officials do not yet have a motive.

Drug can curb dementia's delusions, researchers find It targets some of the most troubling symptoms that patients and caregivers face - hallucinations that often lead to anxiety, aggression, and physical and verbal abuse. Results were disclosed Wednesday at a conference in San Diego.

65th annual Courthouse Lighting, Dec. 7 The Prescott Chamber of Commerce presents the 65th annual Courthouse Lighting at Yavapai County Courthouse Square, 120 S. Cortez Saint in Prescott from 6 to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. Bring the whole family out for this free event and watch as the entire Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza is lit up by magical lights.

Come see the Prescott Christmas Parade, Dec. 7 The Prescott Chamber of Commerce and presenting sponsor, Findlay Auto Group proudly presents the 37th annual Christmas Parade in downtown Prescott from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. This years' theme will be "An Ugly Sweater Christmas", so make sure you put on your ugliest sweater!

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