Jobs Report

Employers added 194,000 jobs last month. The unemployment rate fell to 4.8 percent, from 5.2 percent in August. It fell for good reasons, not bad — the number of people unemployed dropped by a whopping 710,000 while the number of people working rose by a robust 526,000. This represents a remarkably speedy recovery in the labor […]

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Biden’s Border Policy

Migrants who cross the border are immediately required to wear masks. Although they are not tested at Customs and Border Patrol unless they show symptoms, all are tested if they move into the system, and those who test positive for coronavirus are quarantined. Due to the pandemic, most are simply turned away. On humanitarian grounds, […]

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Federal/County Legislative Alert 2/28/2021

Provided with the help of the Democrats of the Red Rocks FEDERAL ACTION ALERT – For Senators Kelly and Sinema: Thanks on Sponsored Bills, Filibuster Removal, Covid-19 relief bill:  Please call and thank both Senators for Co-Sponsoring the Equality Act and the Grand Canyon Protection Act (Equality Act that would include Sexual Orientation and Gender […]

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Trump’s Torrent of Lies on Coronavirus

In last night’s ABC town hall, President Trump spewed so much disinformation on coronavirus that it was hard to keep up. LIE “There are nearly 200,000 people dead from covid. Asked if he can think of anything that he could have done better, Trump says no.” LIE Trump: “Yeah, well, I didn’t downplay it. I […]

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Trump COVID Insurance Just Another Failure

Millions of people lost health coverage because of the pandemic, and Trump’s quick-fix “program” turned out to be a scam. His program has created chaos and confusion as sick Americans try to navigate the health system — leaving them unknowingly without coverage or with piles of surprise bills. “Trump Program to Cover Uninsured COVID-19 Patients […]

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Should We Open Our Schools?

By Carrie Sampson First, let me position myself. I am a mother of two school-aged children, an incoming kindergarten and third grader. I am an educator. As a faculty member at Arizona State University, I teach and research educational equity, leadership, and policy. I am mixed-race, with Latinx and Black heritage, born and raised in […]

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Congressional Update – Livestream

Congressional Update – Livestream with Congressman Tom O’Halleran. Live on Facebook. Hosted by the Tuba City Democrats, Northeast Arizona Democrats, and Coconino County Democratic Party.

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