Protecting the Affordable Care Act

Talking Points: Protecting the Affordable Care Act * Instead of working to find bipartisan solutions to create jobs, grow the economy, and make America more competitive, Republicans in Congress are spending all of their time re-fighting the political wars of the last two years by trying to repeal health reform and give control over your […]

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Gabrielle Giffords Attack

President Obama’s Tucson Memorial Speech Original Huffington Post article Will We Heed President Obama’s Call for a More Empathic Society? In a memorial service held in Tucson, Arizona for victims of the recent tragedy, President Obama called on Americans to “sharpen our instincts for empathy” so that we can become a more civil people. The President’s […]

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Renewable Energy Map

Note the abundance of sunshine in Arizona and then note that the only two production-size solar power plants are both in California.

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Energy Subsidies

 Note the absurd amount of money the government spends subsidizing dirty fuels like coal and oil vs the amount spent on renewable sources.  

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Kirkpatrick’s Flood Relief Bill

Rep. Kirkpatrick Introduces Bill Providing Relief to Schultz Fire Flood Victims FLAGSTAFF, AZ – Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick announced today that she has introduced legislation that would help many of the homeowners near Flagstaff who had their homes damaged as a result of the Schultz Fire Flood. The bill would ensure that victims who opened flood […]

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Moving America Forward

This election offers a choice. Democrats are fighting to repair a decade of damage and grow an economy based on hard work and responsibility. Their “Made in America” economic plan creates jobs here at home by investing in America’s small businesses, America’s clean-energy industry, and America’s middle class. Republicans have tried to block progress at […]

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By the People Fund

$200 million. That’s what Republican-aligned special interests have pledged to spend on the 2010 election. Just to put that in context, that’s nearly $40 million more than every interest group spent on the 2008 presidential election — combined. When our administration and this movement decided to take on the special interests, we knew we were […]

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