Action Alert: State Officials – Do Your Job!

The Arizona Legislature adjourned in March with a plan to return yesterday (April 14). Now there is no definite date of return. Meanwhile, the State is struggling. There is a Rainy Day Fund with over $1 Billion available. So far in this tsunami, the legislature has tapped only $55 million and allocated all of that […]

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COVID Zoom Action Meeting

Join us in our weekly COVID-19 call. County Supervisor Liz Archuleta will be joining us. Tuesday, April 14th at Noon via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/624485586 Meeting ID: 624 485 586 One tap mobile +13126266799,,624485586# US (Chicago) +19292056099,,624485586# US (New York)

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Front Line Workers at Risk

Frontline workers are performing essential duties without the protections or wages they deserve. What comes to mind first are workers in hospitals and first responders; however, the problem extends to grocery store workers, postal workers, repair workers, factory workers crowded into spaces without personal protective equipment, and many others. We’re hearing more and more horrific stories […]

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Saturday Spotlight: Trump’s corruption is making this crisis worse

This week, as we saw our highest number of deaths yet in the U.S., Trump showed he is more focused on himself and his own personal interests than those of the country.  Trump is dealing out ventilators to political allies, instead of making decisions based on need and guided by experts. A Colorado congresswoman “said […]

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COVID Newsletter/Calls to Action

As we head into the peak weeks of COVID-19 affecting our community, we acknowledge our friends, relatives, and community members who are struggling with this disease, and some who are mourning the deaths of loved ones. Our hearts and thoughts are with you and please reach out if you need help. We are here for you. Join […]

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Letter to the Editor: Don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone

The sociologist Eric Klinenberg, in his 2018 book, Palaces for the People, defined social infrastructure as any place built by a community where community members can come together (with low to no cost) to satisfy human needs such as socialization, play, learning, etc.. Libraries, schools, playgrounds, recreation centers (like the Adult Center and the Aquaplex), […]

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COVID Action (Zoom) Meeting

Our second COVID Meeting for Precinct Committee People and Volunteers is Monday at noon via Zoom. Last week’s meeting resulted in a week’s worth of advocacy and action. We heard from Keith Brekhus from Congressman O’Halleran’s office and Mayor Coral Evans. This week, Keith will join us again and we’ve invited members of the County […]

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Trump and COVID-19

(Impeachment is mentioned only because he claims it’s relevant.) Dec 18th – House Impeaches Trump Jan 8th – First CDC warning Jan 9th – Trump campaign rally Jan 14th – Trump campaign rally Jan 16h – House sends impeachment articles to Senate Jan 18th – Trump golfs Jan 19th – Trump golfs Jan 20th – […]

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COVID Action and News

In this pandemic, there are daily changes and much to advocate for. Please take time to take actions mentioned and consider donating or volunteering with these organizations. If you have additions or corrections, please email  National Advocacy Call the White House 202-456-1111 Demand our federal government to implement the National Defense Production of Personal Protective […]

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Action Alert: April 3, 2020

TODAY:  Call and email our legislators. Tell them to return to session to address the COVID-19 crisis. Two specific things they can do: Allocate money from the Rainy Day Fund. So far, they have only appropriated $50 million(with an M) for COVID relief. The State Government has $1 billion (with a B) in its “Rainy […]

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